Blind Belief In Authority

“Blind belief in authority is the greatest enemy of truth.”

― Albert Einstein

There is no evidence politicians have the ability to control anything in the natural world, other than the kickbacks coming into their wallets for pushing the right scams.

Have we flattened the curve in the US? – Johns Hopkins

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On thousand years ago, King Canute took his subjects to the seashore to show them that government doesn’t control climate.  Unfortunately we don’t have many honest or wise politicians like that anymore.

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14 Responses to Blind Belief In Authority

  1. I thought the king’s name was spelled Cnut, but perhaps that is too easily misread to characterise a modern politician

  2. Steve Cooksey says:

    It seems to me that fiddling with your mask increases the spread of covid more than not wearing masks at all.

  3. G W Smith says:

    Our biggest problem is Public Education. Democrats control it, teach what they like, and hide what they dislike. The MSM is just an extension of it.

  4. Ron says:

    I was helping my son with his homework and it was like reading a Bill Gates/U.N. brainwashing assignment. The crap our kids are being fed. and what the public is being fed. I’ve been teaching my kids to be skeptics.

  5. Ole Gorm Norden Andersen says:

    The great Danish king in England – said by a dane.

  6. Dave Ellis says:

    Thank you Tony Heller for bringing the truth to the world.
    My family appreciates all you do and we send our sincere thanks !

  7. The increased PCR testing in the Fall, and the resulting huge percentage of false positives, may account for much of the spike in “cases” in the Fall.

    COVID 19 is the first flu strain where a “case” will be based entirely on a very inaccurate PCR test … when there are no symptoms of any disease.

  8. Vegieman says:

    Canute:
    “And do you, my men, learn a lesson from what you have seen. There is only one King who is all-powerful; and it is he who rules the sea, and holds the ocean in the hollow of his hand. It is he whom you ought to praise and serve above all others.”

    The King:
    And he arose, and rebuked the wind, and said unto the sea, Peace, be still. And the wind ceased, and there was a great calm. And he said unto them, Why are ye so fearful? how is it that ye have no faith?

    • TruthSeeker says:

      King Knud’s/Canute’s sychophants and worshipers mistook him for a god. That wise king had to remind his followers that only Jesus can be the true King of the people and that no mere mortal should ever mistake another for being the Lord.

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