The Biggest Game of Chicken in History

“I brewed myself a cup of coffee this morning, paused, and thought “we are in the biggest game of chicken of our entire lives, in the history of mankind itself, and this needs to end now!” Fear is propelling this insanity and the globalist-narcissistic-billionaires are lapping up every drop of it with glee. The reality is, we are driving toward a head-on collision with the monsters themselves, and they are eagerly awaiting to see if we are going to call their bluff….

Here’s the reality, let’s just say hypothetically they were to unleash a legit deadly bioweapon to the masses. How are you going to stop it? Are you going to spend every minute of every day obsessing about it, fearing it, running from it, and believing your life is over, while convincing everyone around you that the apocalypse is happening and we’re all going to die? Gee, I’d love to tag along at your block party. Does that sound fun, healthy, or any way to live? Wouldn’t it make more sense to gather up some healthy nutrients and healing remedies and medicinals, and do your daily exercise routine, try to live your life to the fullest, stay alert and aware but not all-consuming, and fight the battles you are able to fight against? Focus on building up a community and strengthening your resilience to all of this?…

I don’t claim to have all the answers, nor do I have a magic crystal ball, but one thing is for sure – I will not live my life in fear and let them win. We are all going to die at some point, so let’s live our lives instead of living in their shadows. Let’s make a pact to stay on the right side of this game of chicken, and let’s call their bluff. They do not own us, control us, or have the ability to infiltrate our minds to their every whim – unless we let them. We have choices – let’s make the right ones.”

The Biggest Game of Chicken in History –

Published by markskidmore

Mark Skidmore is Professor of Economics at Michigan State University where he holds the Morris Chair in State and Local Government Finance and Policy. His research focuses on topics in public finance, regional economics, and the economics of natural disasters. Mark created the Lighthouse Economics website and blog to share economic research and information relevant for navigating tumultuous times.

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