I’ve written extensively about system-collapses in the Western World the last few years. In my upcoming blog book “Thought Crime” I’ve aired my deep concern regarding the general lack of preparedness level for any crisis, or inconvenience. I wrote this waaaay before the Coronavirus outbreak, so red flags have been popping up left, right and centre for quite a while in our part of the world…
Back in 2017 for example, I wrote about how Norway doesn’t have a grain storage anymore since our politicians concluded that a backup wasn’t necessary as Norway hasn’t experienced a famine in ages…..
A famine usually does not announce its arrival…. Food shortages just happen, which is why it would be an idea to have a plan…. especially when humanity has created an unsustainable global system, where every cog has to be in place, and work 24/7…
Grain storage or not, Norway has done way more than England to contain the virus. They appear to be doing a great job! Now the country is officially closed.
Anger towards Corona infected individuals who refused to self-isolate in the early stages here in Europe is very understandable, the question nobody seems to be asking though is: how were they supposed to pay their utility bills, and their rent once they stopped working?
Now there are governments in Europe who seek to tackle this issue, but nobody is so far talking about self-employed people. Just like nobody ever mentions the self-employed when they go on about wages…
Currently we are all embedded into global structures where everything will collapse if:
- everyone with a bank account decide to take out their money
- everyone heads to the supermarket to stockpile simultaneously
- everyone gets sick at the same time
- everyone goes on strike
The atomised hamster wheel has to keep on spinning no matter what. Whether or not the system is sustainable, or even optimal is irrelevant to system-fanatics.
System collapses can easily be observed in businesses, but with government structures everything gets more nefarious…
Since Nations depend more and more on their governments than relatives and communities, the State systems get increasingly overburdened, and many will feel a need to expand whatever government structures. Distrust and anger simmers when people in need don’t get help, and all hell breaks loose if the entire structure collapses…
With a government you involuntarily pay taxes and trust that the system will deliver a number of services that you never chose to sign up for in the first place… If bureaucrats steal that money or mismanage it you’ll be cheated out of: your pension, adequate medical help, proper garbage removal, satisfactory defence, etc;
If you are unhappy with the services and you simply refuse to pay the government, you’ll be thrown into prison.
So what happens when everyone needs the system at the same time, and realise that they’ve been duped, or that the government never intended to help them at all?
I’ve written about the fact that the NHS (The English Healthcare System) is in a state of total collapse, this has been well documented in the media for years.
Personally I was always a supporter of Nationalised healthcare (for ideologically reasons I guess) until my younger siblings and I had to deal with it. It took three NHS doctors to diagnose that my sister had the flu last year…. They also failed in diagnosing my brother with the same and suggested therapy…. When it was finally discovered that both my siblings had influenza a written apology followed, probably due to my mother’s angry emails…
All of my appointments were unceremoniously canceled, or continuously postponed when I was ill. A very frustrated GP was trying to get me help, but clearly there was no interest in helping me. I had to go to an overpriced private doctor, and a private clinic to get any help at all whatsoever, in addition to alternative doctors….
The latest from the NHS before the Corona virus started spreading was that organ donation had become an opt-out system, which means that anyone who is here on British soil for an x amount of months (even if they are not citizens or ethnic members of the actual English Nation) is an automatic organ donor! Right after I read about this I saw that our local clinic had redesigned their lobby, so that the staff is now seated behind glass as if thought they are working at a bank!
That of course made me wonder what they were preparing for. I assumed at the time that they were bracing themselves for furious patients posing a genuine threat to the NHS staff… If the money runs out, well so will treatments!
I could actually go on and write a HUGE entry but I see no point in doing so. When my mother complained about the NHS on Twitter she was accused of being a “Russian Bot.”
There is a cult-like mentality around the NHS in the UK, for some unexplainable reason… Maybe it used to work once, but I’m willing to bet that it only ever worked in theory, like so many other things.
I’ve heard plenty of stories from English people saying that they became worse while they were in line waiting to get medical help. People will also spend whatever money that they have on private treatments….
When NHS propaganda was popping up all over social media it was like a testimony to their unpreparedness. The government has been acting as if thought they want the Corona virus to spread. Considering that this island is severely overpopulated it wouldn’t surprise me if they are being clumsy on purpose…
I just pray that I don’t get sick, because I just take it for granted that neither I nor any of my loved ones will receive any help.
The good news is that:
- the English people are flooding Twitter with hilarious memes
- people in The West are wearing masks when out in public
- the virus has awoken the English people to the importance of prepping
- most governments in Europe are taking pro-survival steps
These are all signs of “good health.”
On a side note…. It is also of interest to see how State systems handle immigration, how politicians address this topic, what people say online, and how things play out in the real world…
A good illustration of how governments work is how posturing (so that it seems as if thought the governing forces are doing something) leads to horrendously deficient policies that only confirms that the comedy movie Idiocracy was prophetic, and should be re-categorized as a documentary.