Orwellian

I WILL NOT COMPLY.

The photo is proof of the cultish Orwellian nature of Covid-19 fanatics.

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Deaths!?!?

Can anyone explain this to me? In the United States from the week ending 8/8/2020 to 8/31/2020 there were 25,595 deaths with/from Covid-19. From the week ending 8/7/2021 to 8/30/2021 there were 30,236 deaths with/from Covid-19. That 4,641 more deaths in August, 2021 over the same time period in August, 2020. This information is directly from the World Health Organization web page. You are free to look it up, and suggest you do.

Now, mind you in August, 2020 no one had the vaccine because there was no vaccine. How is it then with 176 million fully vaccinated people in the United States, 4,641 more people died this year than the same time period the prior year when there was no vaccine.

The residents of Covidstan say the breakthrough cases, which there are many, tend to be less severe and you are less likely to be hospitalized or die. So, are the majority of deaths the people who have not taken the experimental jab? and why so many more deaths over a period when there was no vaccine.

Either they are lying about the vaccine, lying about Covid, lying about the deaths, or lying in a combination of all three.

It hasn’t added up from the start, and it really isn’t adding up now.

Sgt. Hug

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Don’t Vax Me, Bro

The endless push for people to take the non FDA approved experimental Covid vaccine has hit ridiculous proportions. At first it was the vaccines are 95% effective, but as time went on and the virus dragged on, new variants (like with any flu virus) morphs into something else, rendering the previous version less effective. I just read Moderna and Johnson & Johnson are between 65 and 95% effective and Pfizer is between 42 and 95% effective. It’s funny how the FDA said cool to a third shot of the least effective vaccine out there, but not the more effective Moderna or J & J.

Work had been pushing the vaccines hard for a while, but seem to have backed off lately. Fully vaccinated can go mask-less at work, but the un vaxed still have to wear a mask. I have been playing their game, when the CDC guidelines said fully vaxed don’t need to wear a mask, so work went along with that. But when the CDC guidelines changed to recommending all people indoors wear a mask regardless of their vax status, and work did not change to the new guidelines, they started to lose me. Now two fully vaxed people at work have contracted Covid, and the vaxed still aren’t required to wear a mask…I’m done playing the game. They ALL know full well fully vaxed people can catch and spread the virus, yet they don’t have to wear mask, and the un vaxed do…something is wrong.

Why is it a fully vaccinated person knowing they can potentially catch and spread the virus is allowed to make a calculated choice to wear or not wear a mask, yet the unvaccinated are not allowed the same choice. If either fully vaccinated or unvaccinated catch it, they have to go on the same quarantine, for the same period of time. The only difference is from what the stats show, is the fully vaxed tend not to get as sick as unvaxed…but let the individual make that choice. All local government mandates have been dropped, the university had a football game this weekend and in a crowd of 46,000 there was barely a mask in sight. Why won’t many places of employment drop mask requirements. It’s either all mask or no mask.

A local music festival promoter said only people who show proof of vaccination or a negative test within three days of the concert will be allowed in. Um, dummies the unvaxed and catch still spread it. Um, dummies, so someone gets a negative result three days before the concert, what it they catch it the next day, two days before the concert.

I look at it like this, if a pregnant woman can decide (my body, my choice) to kill their unborn baby, well it’s my body, my choice if I’m going to be injected with an experimental vaccine that NO ONE knows the potential long term effects.

Oh, and you hear a lot of “it’s been FDA approved, what is your excuse now”, well the approval is for future versions of the vaccine, not the ones currently being jabbed into peoples arms.

The lack of critical thought is really quite amazing. And the members of the cult of Covid are mindless drones.

Sgt. Hug.

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Woke

Nice to see WordPress is so woke they made the app icon rainbow colored…oh, wait. It’s either pandering or retarded, I can’t decide which. Who freaking cares who sleeps with who as long as they are consenting adults.

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Cough Cough

From The Stand (1994). Masks don’t work.

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Unity?! Unity My ASS

President Biden gave lip service to “unity” in his inaugural address, yet in his first day begins to roll back Trumps moves that helped the economy. He also says nothing about the House impeachment and coming Senate trial…to try and throw someone out of office who IS ALREADY OUT OF OFFICE! But hey, apparently this is what the low information voters wanted (with the help of some fraud), now they will get what they asked for…and I will sit back and laugh/cringe.

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The Season

Passion: Music from The Last Temptation of Christ by Peter Gabriel might just be the best 1hr 7min of music to ever grace my ears. The movie it accompanied was ostracized in some circles for it’s depiction of Christ. Funny thing, at the time I saw the movie I was an atheist, and I remember telling someone if I turned to Christianity, that movie would be a contributing factor. The naysayers didn’t see what I saw. I did drop the atheist mantle, but that’s another contributing factor. The reason for the season is far deeper than inanimate objects under a tree.

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Middle East

New tag line for people wanting out of the Middle East…isolationists. See if we leave ISIS regains strength and then we have to deal with refugees. WRONG! The Middle East has to deal with refugees…we do not let them in our country. We want to keep stacking our cities with Muslims and get more Ilhan Omars, have “no go zones” like in London and Paris?We will not change that region, they are what they are, always have been, and always will be. The Barbary Wars (Libya) was over 200 years ago. 40 years ago the Islamists overran our embassy in Tehran. 36 years ago Islamists blew up the Marine barracks in Beirut. 29 years ago was Desert Storm. Afghanistan war at 18 years is our longest war ever. How in the hell has our involvement in the Middle East and North Africa done us one bit of good.

The old line “no blood for oil”, well I don’t think it’s all about oil…but if there was no oil there would we even care what they do to each other? I already don’t care.

That said, they kill innocent Americans and they will feel a wrath from the sky like they’ve never felt. Who says we need troops in the ground…we can make life very very miserable for them just by bombing the hell out of them.

I really am sick of that place.

Thanks for reading

Sgt. Hug

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I’m Back in Action.

Has been quite a while since I’ve written anything here, but time to get back in the swing of things. More to come.

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Human and Moral Dimensions

“Washington and Military Assistance Command, Vietnam assessed the war through the rose-colored glasses of body counts. In so doing they violated the basic principles of fighting wars that the Marine Corps had lived and died by for more than 190 years: war is ultimately a test of wills, in which the human and moral dimensions are far more vital than the technological and administrative ones.”
– from a section about the Vietnam war in the book American Spartans, by James Warren

Is this ringing true again, except in the Middle East.

I’m torn on the Middle East, should we give a flying crap about them building a caliphate, and becoming a giant force? What if their goal is to become powerful enough that everyone will quit inserting themselves into their business. We love freedom, as I’m sure a lot of them would love to have…but what if the majority is fine with business as usual? It’s tricky, do we try to enlighten them to western ways by squashing those who oppose freedom?

The problem arises here, they don’t want just the Middle East, they want it all, and always have. Martel stopped the Muslim advance in the battle of Tours over 1,300 years ago. The Crusades were partly in response to the Muslim push into Europe. The Ottoman Empire was huge and ruled a large swath for hundreds of years…oh, and the current Middle East map is a result of the west redrawing the map to their liking.

If they would stick to screwing with their own, oh well, that’s the way they’ve always operated. BUT, they are screwing with everyone else…and for that they MUST be crushed down to the person doing the dishes for the radical Islamists.

This harkens back to the book quote…do we understand smart bombs won’t do it? Do we understand throwing a bunch of troops at it isn’t enough? We NEED a leader who can tell the world the human and moral dimensions we champion are why we have to crush this enemy of the civilized world. If the people feel it IS the right thing to do, then it can be done. But I fear our weak kneed half ass approach will be our ultimate downfall. This goes back far before Obama, what did Carter do about the Iranian embassy takeover? Nothing. What did Reagan do after the Beirut bombing? Nothing. Did Bush 1 finish the job in the gulf war? No. What did Clinton do after the Cole, after the Mogadishu debacle? Nothing. What did Bush 2 do about 9/11…not nearly enough. What is Obama doing about the domino effect taking place now, the ISIS butchers around the world? He is using technology (and limited)…nothing about the human and moral dimensions ever comes out of his mouth. He has so little stomach for war (and love for Islam) that he can’t even muster an attempt to convince us to squash this brutal enemy of the whole world.

Sgt. Hug

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