A recent post I saw:

“After an amazing two years as an infectious disease expert, I am moving on. I am now an expert in no-fly zones and Central European affairs. Excited for this new opportunity.”

Will you follow his expert advice on how to combat Russian aggression toward Ukraine?

You followed his “guidance” on masks and shots. Why not war in Europe? I hope you have all learned your lesson by now: Don’t blindly follow experts. They are lying to you. You must begin to think for yourselves.

It’s been quite cold here in Los Angeles recently. I spotted a woman sitting outside on a park bench, wearing a mask. “Why are you wearing that?” I asked her. “It keeps me warm,” she said. From fear to face warmer. Progress? Perhaps you’ll argue that it’s her “choice” to use a face diaper as a face warmer. Fair enough. But what if that choice is an illusion? What if we have all been lied to and conditioned to engage in behaviors that harm ourselves and others, all the while under the impression that we are simply making a choice?

If you are not a Muslim woman displaying your proof of purchase, a surgeon operating on a patient in the OR, or a criminal engaged in an illegal act, you have no business covering your face. To believe otherwise renders you a fool. For large groups of people to continue to behave this way reeks of a cultural injection—similar to an mRNA injection—of toxicity, a redefining of values that has led to widespread social damage. Why do so many people make such bad choices? They have allowed themselves to follow experts.

The problem is that experts are not always honest. Think of Anthony Fauci, exposed as a liar multiple times by Senator Rand Paul. When truth is sacrificed as recommendations are made, there can be no real choice. This is why informed consent is foundational in the provision of medical care. A doctor telling a patient to agree to a procedure simply because “it’s good for you” is not acting either responsibly or ethically. He must include all meaningful risks as well as potential benefits; otherwise, a patient cannot make a choice to accept the recommendation.

Even if honest, experts may also be inexpert at offering advice, despite their mastery of information within their area of expertise. A fire marshal may know exactly how fire spreads throughout a building, and that walls and doors slow its advance. His recommendation to schools to keep all classroom doors closed—even in summer—to protect children from dying in a fire, however, would be foolish. And it should be ignored if received.

For two full years, Americans simply followed the advice of experts—to their detriment. As the politics changed, the pandemic magically ended. Now Americans are “choosing” to continue to live in fear, or to live as fools. Unfortunately, many have not learned their lesson, and as the new crisis du jour shifts to Russia and Ukraine, they are making the same mistake of rallying behind a unified political narrative that attacks any dissent, any question, any exploration or nuanced position as treasonous and indecent. This sounds all too familiar.

Just as one could accept that a Chinese virus was spreading throughout the US without advocating for an indefinite stoppage of all life, one can now accept that a Russian invasion is spreading throughout Ukraine without advocating for support of a full-scale war between the US and Russia. For two years, safe and effective early treatment for a virus was attacked as irresponsible quackery. All roads led to universal vaccination, which is now proving to have been a complete failure and likely hindering the development of herd immunity and the extinction of viral contagion.

It now appears that the only road available to us is an international war. Recent government advice suggested that it’s important to “stay safe” by remaining six feet apart while seeking cover in a bomb shelter. We’re also told that it’s a sign of virtue to accept $7 per gallon gas prices as a sign of support for the Ukrainian people. Oh, and why not swap your vehicle out for an electric car as well. Greater suffering means you are a better person. What will you sacrifice this time, to follow the road recommended by experts?

Until only a month ago, tremendous pressure had been growing to change course domestically—skyrocketing inflation, soaring fuel prices, an invasion across our southern border. As the threat of annihilation by a virus ultimately revealed itself to be an emperor without any clothes, the power of the people’s voice grew, and both politicians and the experts who support them began to feel frightened. Corrupt leftwing politicians began to fall, through both regular and recall elections. The fall elections were shaping up to be a complete rout for the Democrat party, largely responsible for the collapse of the country in under a year.

Now we have a new threat of annihilation, one we may truly experience if we continue to listen to the experts who advocate for a new war. Perhaps it’s time for Americans to think for themselves and ask the age-old question, “Cui bono?” There is a high probability that those throwing their support behind any movement stand to benefit from it. Will you?

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