The really do make this sh@t up

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Would have been funnier if it was 9-11, but the bs remains the same.

This ends when a larger number stops believing the lie.

According to Ford, the government’s Science Advisory Table found that reopening schools to in-person learning could result in an increase of six to 11 per cent in the number of new daily COVID-19 cases.

Ontario schools won’t reopen for in-person learning until next fall…

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2 thoughts on “The really do make this sh@t up

  1. napoleon wilson

    Brave new world Summary and Analysis Chapter 3

    In this chapter, the D.H.C.’s tour moves outside into the garden, where the students watch very young children engaged in sexual games. The D.H.C. tells the students — to their shock — that such erotic play seemed abnormal in the time before Ford.

    This chapter also introduces Mustapha Mond — Resident Controller for Western Europe and one of the Ten World Controllers. Mond figures in the novel as a kind of enlightened dictator (“his Fordship”), who understands this brave new world, as well as the old world before Ford.

    As the chapter dissolves into a verbal montage, Mond lectures on history — and its suppression — beginning appropriately with Henry Ford’s adage: “History is bunk!” Mond recalls a world ravaged by anthrax bombs and poison gases in the Nine Years’ War, followed by the great Economic Collapse, and finally the “choice between World Control and destruction.” As Mond notes, soma, the ubiquitous drug of choice in this brave new world, brought an end to worry, while “stability” proved to be the keystone to social control — the “primal and ultimate need.”

    The montage becomes more surrealistic as the chapter draws to a close, jumbling mottoes of the World State with snatches of dialogue. For example, it fuses Ford and Freud (in psychological matters), listens in on Lenina chatting with her friend Fanny, and introduces Bernard Marx, who will emerge in subsequent chapters as a major character.


    In this chapter, Huxley introduces the historical forces that led to the creation of the dystopia..

    Mond, the only character who knows both the pre-Fordian and Fordian worlds, lectures with passion and detail on the self-destruction of the previous order (the world of the reader) and the building of the World State, the only alternative to chaos. In a series of gory and terrifying images — some, like the booted leg, inspired by the violence of the First World War — Huxley paints the agonized death of the familiar world of democracy and individual freedom. From these ashes, the survivors brought forth what they believed to be the only truly successful framework for living developed in the modern age — Ford’s assembly line, with its concept of interchangeable parts, making possible almost limitless production and consumption.

    In Fordian times, Mond’s lecture makes clear, consumption and the enjoyment of consumption is the primary human activity. The “viviparous” life — the ordinary family — no longer exists, banished by the World State in favor of Conditioning Centres,
    ahaha get shot right in the lazer disk ,so to reiterate
    have we failed

  2. napoleon wilson

    “Would have been funnier if it was 9-11, but the bs remains the same.”
    unfortunately this illusion is in the brain not celluloid
    This ends when a larger number stops believing the lie.
    or this ends with millions dead ,
    have we failed i say we? i never did audios objecting ,done a few in the chemists and the gps waiting room (empty so it was to nurses) and the doctors usual quick pcr test soliloquy ,fakeologist you have been an inspiration to everyone i hope you get what you want for your birthday,
    oh and uncle odd keep doing what your doing regardless


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