Toby Rogers: What have we learned about society over the last three and a half years?

Read the full post for a summary of a number of troubling things we’ve learned…things we must know in order to improve our maps of reality. But there is also a list of incredibly positive developments. I list them below.

Clinical trial director Brook Jackson became a whistleblower who revealed Pfizer’s crimes.

Iconoclast libertarian Jeffrey Tucker set up an independent think tank that quickly became a worldwide beacon of liberty.

Warrior mom and web designer Liz Willner (and anonymous friends) set up OpenVAERS that gets more traffic than the CDC WONDER database.

Corporate attorney Aaron Siri followed his conscience and built a law firm that is the best defender of liberty in the world.

Chelsea Green, best known for books on organic farming and homesteading, published many of the foundational texts of the Covid resistance (including books from Karina Reiss & Sucharit BhakdiMattias Desmet, and Naomi Wolf).

Warrior mom Amy Bohn built Protection of the Educational Rights of Kids (PERK) into a grassroots legislative powerhouse that is now defeating bad bills in the bluest state in the country.

Former Hollywood TV producer Del Bigtree created a medical freedom broadcast that now gets more viewers per episode than CNN.

Documentary filmmaker Stefanie Spear created The Defender for Children’s Health Defense that now has more readers (for Covid coverage) than the NY Times.

NY real estate attorney Bobbie Anne Cox convinced the NY Supreme Court to strike down the NY State Department of Health quarantine camp policy.

There are thousands more examples like this from the past few years (please add your favorites to the comments). The ingenuity of the resistance is unparalleled.

The more I think about it, the more remarkable this story is. In response to Covid, Harvard, Princeton, and Yale failed. The FDA, CDC, and NIH failed. MSNBC, CNN, and Fox News failed. The NY TimesWashington Post, and Economist failed. The AAP, AMA, and ACOG failed.

And a bunch of Americans who most people had never heard of rushed to the barricades and thus far have fought the fascist Pharma juggernaut to a standstill. We still have a long way to go but these stories of individual heroism in the face of Pharma tyranny are incredible.

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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