A few questions that need to be asked.
During The Great Depression, people lived hand-to-mouth, unemployment skyrocketed and food was scarce.
However, from life in the dirt, emerged incredible resilience and resourcefulness as Australian families and communities stuck it out.
The pandemic era has re-shaped the entire world, and a feeling is slowly brewing amongst the working classes of resentment and rebellion.
This is not an experience exclusive to Australia either, and collectively, we could be sitting on a giant kettle that is ready to boil over.
Eugenics and transhumanism go hand-in-hand, and modern ideas about ‘transcending the human’ can actually be traced back to works that were written centuries ago.
Unvaccinated individuals in Queensland will be allowed to visit many venues from tomorrow, while the Human Rights Commission voices opposition to continued employment mandates.
But has the damage already been done?