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No Change on the Way to No Cash

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When people are terrified, it is hard for them to think – which probably explains why they seem unable to now. Can it possibly be a coincidence that as the number of “cases” endlessly reported is increasing, the amount of change available at stores is all of a sudden decreasing? Could the two be  . . . connected somehow? Is it credible that – all of a sudden and right now – there’s no change in the till, just by chance? When such shortages have never happened before? Do you suppose it is possible this purported “shortage” of coins is contrived – to push people toward not using cash? It’s a thought you’d think more people would have. One that might raise some questions in their minds. But then, they don’t seem to think very much

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When people are terrified, it is hard for them to think – which probably explains why they seem unable to now. Can it possibly be a coincidence that as the number of “cases” endlessly reported is increasing, the amount of change available at stores is all of a sudden decreasing?

Could the two be  . . . connected somehow?

Is it credible that – all of a sudden and right now – there’s no change in the till, just by chance? When such shortages have never happened before?

Do you suppose it is possible this purported “shortage” of coins is contrived – to push people toward not using cash?

It’s a thought you’d think more people would have. One that might raise some questions in their minds.

But then, they don’t seem to think very much about the “cases,” either.

Instead, they are scared – terrified. And – not surprisingly – passive. Terror, psychologists will tell you, induces torpor. It frazzles the cognitive apparatus. There is a reason why rabbits freeze when confronted with a predator.

Americans, lots of them, have become lagomorphic. They freeze – paralyzed by the fear instilled by the predator. They are shocked into submission (the Soviets styled their front-line troops shock troops for a reason; it is not a coincidence that the applicators of state terrorism under the Great Decider also used the term, shock and awe – as a paralytic agent).

They could, of course act.

The “peaceful protestors” showed it is possible. But the “peaceful protestors” are not lagomorphic – perhaps the last Americans to not have descended to rabbithood. Their motives – and morals – are not the point here.

The point is they didn’t freeze.

If America is to be saved, it will take Americans – with good motives and morals – unfreezing. Which if they did so would avoid an actual fight and the possibility of general destruction and mindless mayhem that could easily exceed that of a previous example of what happens when people freeze when confronted by predators.

It only took a handful of Lenin’s Bolshevik thugs to gain control of St. Petersburg in Russia – because most of the city’s residents froze in terror. They let the thugs take over. They served as the silent ballast of the Communist Revolution – and many didn’t live to regret it.

Today’s Bolshevists are also a handful. The media, as it is styled, is in fact the property of a few very large corporations and these corporations are controlled by at most a few dozen people, who want you to hear about the cases but never the 99-plus percent recovery from them or the 80-plus percent no symptoms from them. Every day, as many times per day as possible.

To lagomorphize you into statuary. So as to acclimate you to a cashless society in which you will no longer have the capability to protest – peacefully or otherwise. How will you eat when they can take away your work and your food and everything else – by making it impossible for you to pay except using their digital payment system, contingent on your being a very good little lagomorph?

It ought to get people to think. Why is the media – the word implies a great panoply of news outlets and thousands of reporters and commentators – uniform in its reporting and commentary?

Eric Peters
Eric Peters is a freelance car/bike/political columnist. He escaped the corporate-owned media Big Boys years ago. Without the censorship of the corporate tools

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