This story is about resilience and pleasure that we have to maintain on to because the bulldozer of tyranny is making an attempt to bulldoze over our freedom and dignity, after which make our flattened selves thank the tyrants.
On this dystopian theater of absurd, the place the bulldozer goes spherical and spherical, exhibiting no promise of aid, we want a variety of resilience and a decent connection to our inalienable pleasure as a way to take care of the bulldozer and hold our hearts protected.
That dystopian theater of absurd, 1,000,000 of merciless bulldozers, going spherical and spherical, working in unison, from horizon to horizon — flattening everybody’s reminiscence of dignity, private autonomy, and free expression — is what the world is like right now for thus many. It is vitally irregular. And but, right here we’re, standing tall, our hearts are beating, giving us energy to withstand the tyrants.
The abuse although … the abuse is so insane that it feels nearly like a cartoon made by a sadistic cartoon director.
In New Zealand, the director common of safety Rebecca Kitteridge eyes, is asking good residents to rat on their associates and neighbors. Right here is the Guardian:
“New Zealand is rolling out a bespoke deradicalisation program because the menace from folks holding violent anti-authority beliefs grows and its safety companies make an unprecedented plea for the general public to report these exhibiting indicators of taking extremist motion …
Rebecca Kitteridge, the director common of safety, mentioned her company’s caseload was now an equal break up between violent extremism motivated by identification, religion, and anti-authority views — a major shift from a 12 months in the past when the latter didn’t characteristic on the menace panorama.
Such views gained momentum throughout New Zealand’s Covid-19 lockdowns and vaccine rollout, and a few had been on show in the course of the occupation of the grounds of parliament.”
The official definition of “extremism” listed on the New Zealand authorities web site is sort of peculiar: