Maybe the form of government doesn’t mean as much as we think it does.
As long as people believe or trust stupid things, what’s the point?
As long as people a) worship money, b) idolize celebrities c) believe that people who graduate from certain schools are of superior intelligence, can any form of government save us?
Suppose we had kings and queens, but people were of the mindset that freely congregating during COVID-19 while protecting the elderly was the way to protect ourselves, would we be better off?
Well, instead we had sham democracies that were “elected” by powerful international cabals who control large multinational corporations.
These large multinational corporations control the media that effectively propagandize people and make them believe that lockdowns and masks will protect them.
Now the people are ingrained into believing that a yearly booster will protect them which is good for the corporations.
Lots of money there, eh’
So, here we have a theoretically superior system – democracy – that is supposed to make life better for us. But it hasn’t.
Why hasn’t this supposedly superior form of government called democracy worked?
Because the elites have programmed the people into believing that people who graduate from Harvard, MIT and Oxford are the best and the brightest.
Because the people follow celebrity-demigods like Dr. Tom Hanks who tell them to stay at home.
Because the people listen intently to billionaires like Bill Gates who clearly must be smarter than the rest of us because he’s accumulated so much money.
It made total sense that treating a number like an R-naught value would force the virus down on its knees and cry uncle, right?
Perhaps we might be better off in spending less time on the form of government and more time on the myths that people believe.
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