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I must apologize to my readers - I’ve been absent for far too long, but know that I’ve not been idle.
Prometheus Shrugged is about to give you plenty to read. In fact, this poem is the result of frustration built up as I compiled the mounting evidence.
The final distraction has been a set of three papers that dropped two weeks ago, that a number of scientists have proclaimed are proof that the COVID-19 virus jumped from nature in Wuhan.
Having spent a considerable amount of time researching the outbreak in Wuhan, I was offended by what I read [most of the 130 studies I publicly and privately shared with the lead author in November were ignored], mostly because the studies they’ve ignored clearly show that their conclusions are impossible. It wouldn’t bother me except for the simultaneous ‘blitz’ of sycophantic articles that popped up over a 5-day span last week.
Thankfully, I’ve been analyzing the bias of all 1,194 articles currently in my reference sheet, and so I’ve been able to fully map out all of the narrative-building relationships; this is one of the projects that my patient readers will finally be rewarded with the first full glimpse at. Here’s a sample of three ‘grassroots’ ‘bursts’ of adulating news coverage. Once again, we’ve had evidence that negates the most recent claims [which even China doesn’t accept] for a year, and DRASTIC and I have done exponentially more work since then that has confirmed our original findings.
However, let’s not be uncivilized. There’s a lot more than that to catch you up on, and first I wanted to set the mood with some poetry that leapt from my breast as I overflowed with disgust at more scientist gaslighting & narcissistic insanity.
I’m not exactly sure what inspired me to include Gremlins, but it turned out to be a prescient choice. Here’s a clip that reminds me way too much of real life:
Once again, I apologize for my relative silence here on Substack. Now that I’m done compiling all of the kindling, it’s time to kick the tires & light the fires.
Today’s theme music. Feel free to suggest other motivational tunes