It's our weekly sit down with Eric Peters from Eric Peters Autos. We talk about the growing sense of mental illness that is upstaging the coronavirus throughout society. We also talk about who should buy a teenager's first car and some positive developments in Eric's home state of Virginia.
The empty store shelves you've been seeing are likely a shadow of things to come. Aiden Tate from the Organic Prepper has a timely article on how our supply chain is being battered by the perfect storm. This is the optimal time to pick up the necessities you've been procrastinating buying.
It's a safe bet that as the Covid narrative continues to come apart, the folks who pushed it the hardest will be scrambling to avoid being seen as having supported it. Ryan McMacken has an excellent piece on how the experts 'zero Covid' plan was a total failure--regardless of how these experts try to justify it.
We have been subjected to nonstop fear porn for nearly 2 years straight. J.B. Shurk says it's time to let go of our fears and recognize that the ruling class are the ones who should be shaking in their shoes. After all, their narrative is losing its power over the masses.
We've seen some pretty bold departures from reality over the past few years. But the claim that if California is ever to attain 'true equity' then parents must be willing to give away their children is a whole new level of collectivist yearning. Didn't the communists claim party ownership of children?
As things continue to devolve into societal and economic instability, a lot of folks are pondering whether or not to relocate. Charles Hugh Smith says the question to answer is, should you move while you can or when you must?
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