Before getting into the details of Naomi Wolf’s new book, The Bodies of Others, I would refer the reader to my articles of January and February of 2020 when I said from day one that Covid was a Pearl Harbor type of attack on our way of life from the climate change religious radicals like Bill Gates who would do anything at the time to get rid of President Trump during an election year. Now, several years later, we know a lot more than we did then. But just remember, what I said then, and have continued to say about Covid, which has turned out to be 100% correct. So use that knowledge to consider the merit when I say that many books have now been written talking about the intent and aftermath of Covid-19 and the government’s needs for it, and what they were willing to do to implement global control over every single human being. What lives they were willing to dispose of, and how many people they would sacrifice to do it. We know with certainty now that Covid was made in a Chinese lab. Dr. Fauci knew about it. China knew about it. Bill Gates funded the public relations campaign to support it, so he was well aware of what he was doing, and they purposely killed people to make their point as Covid was unleashed from China to bring the world to its knees with a military attack. This time it wasn’t a nation-state like Russia, China, or Iran. This time it was the administrative state of white lab coat bureaucrats, a kind of Revenge of the Nerds campaign to change the way the entire world did business by destroying capitalism and ushering in an age of global communism led by the World Health Organization and ultimately The United Nations.
Since I made my initial statements on Covid and warned what the truly bad people of the world were up to, many books have been written that provide evidence to my warnings. I knew what was going on because of my experience dealing with these types of people for years and understanding that they would commit such a level of vast evil. Most people had a hard time accepting that premise or even seeing it. When you spend your entire life trusting people in white lab coats and authority figures in general, they become a kind of parental figure in our lives that make it hard for us to question. And that is what makes Naomi Wolf’s book different than all the other ones that have been written in the aftermath of Covid protocols and the vaccine mandates that have come after. Naomi Wolf used to be one of the left-leaning Davos elites. She was invited to the same parties and was part of the media culture perpetuating this attack. So she was in a unique position to explore the hows and whys Covid happened and what the intention was all along. And how so many millions of people could perpetrate it knowingly, but like the Milgram Experiment from the 60s, would put obedience to authority over the logic of individual thought in most cases, which spread that Covid evil in vast ways many are just now getting their minds around. We are talking about an evil here that is so bad and horrible that it meant to hide itself in our society by being too audacious to consider, and that is how it moved throughout society. In the process of all that, Naomi Wolf altered her political outlook and went through a bit of a revelation that many could understand. That is why her book, The Bodies of Others, is the number one book being sold presently. And also why Amazon is sabotaging it in every way they can as a bookseller. It doesn’t matter; people are buying it anyway, by the bucket loads.
What makes a person evil is the book’s central premise, that nice person you are having lunch with or conversing with at a dinner party, they seem so nice, how could they be evil? Everyone seems helpful, interested, and worldly at those kinds of things. So how do we go from that person, or those people, and suddenly they are killing hundreds of thousands of people and manipulating data so they can stir public opinion to change political philosophy out of sheer fear? Because that was the essence of what Covid was, it was a manufactured bioweapon that was used to terrify the innate instincts of the entire human race and grossly abuse the authority relationships of all governments around the world to political upheaval. A destruction of capitalism and to initiate the Great Reset that the Desecrators of Davos clearly had planned for many years. That is what Naomi Wolf explores in her book as it chronicles her journey from one of those types into a thoughtful dissident who asks the question at the end of the book, “what did you do during the pandemic.” Did you just obediently put on the mask and yield to the authority figures, or did you fight back? Most people just put on the mask, socially distanced themselves from others, got the mandatory vaccine shot, and hoped they wouldn’t be attacked for resistance. And they have to live with that guilt now, and it’s painful for people. That guilt will rot in them for the rest of their lives. Some like her went along with it at first but, over time, realized what a mess it was and started to fight back. Now she is an advocate for supporting constitutional freedoms and creating a defense from medical tyranny, which is a very real thing. We have been taught to trust doctors from some of our youngest memories. And that is how they attacked us. Most everything we were told and that was done to us at the level of global politics was a lie by the authority figures in our lives, and it has left us in need of action, which we are just now starting to define.
Reading books like The Bodies of Others helps provide context. It’s about how authority figures, thinking from their perspective that adherence to authority was morality, no matter the cost, used other people’s bodies to advocate for their inbred tyranny. The kind of utopian destruction that is talked about at those fancy dinner parties where everything seems so worldly after a bottle of wine and all the well-dressed participants start to look more wrinkled as the night wears on and clothes aren’t so neatly placed as they were at the beginning of the evening. The essence of all such people is that they bring with them all the psychological problems of their youth; if they never overcame their own authority figures to embrace their own individual lives and the boldness it takes to live them, they seek to hide those insecurities behind process and rigid social systems governed by authority. And to get rid of President Trump, the world was willing to go full authoritarian, to murder people for the sake of gaining power over the bodies of others. They destroyed economies and people’s lives in many ways, but worst of all, they were willing to kill to perform their task, leaving us with an uncomfortable aftermath as to what to do now. There isn’t much that culture provides that gives context to the problem. But there are books that are written, books like The Bodies of Others, that open that door in a healthy way, a way our culture needs. And they provide context so that we can understand what happened to us and what we have to do about it in the future. Yet, regardless of the level of experience that there is on this matter, we are compelled to do something about what evil did to visit us during this dark time in history, and it requires us to be bold in what we do next. Because of the many lives lost in the process and many lives ruined along the way, history will remember most of what the human race did to subdue this vast evil spread through authority figures for the worst reasons that intellect can conceive. And before that can happen, we must understand it ourselves, and books like The Bodies of Others are the first step in doing that.