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"Covi...I'm home!"
Why are media dialing back on the Covid hysteria? Is it because the "pandemic" is really over? Or is it an important part of the gaslighting process?

The past few days, even weeks, have seen a definite alteration in the media's attitude to the Covid "pandemic". There have been numerous examples of what, if the media were not so tightly controlled, might be referred to as "dissent". But, since the media is tightly controlled, we must call it an apparent change in the message.

Famously, Dr Steve James, a consultant anaesthetist, confronted UK Health Secretary Sajid Javid over the weakness of the science supporting vaccine mandates. Note this was actually aired on Sky News:
A few days ago Dr Rochelle Walensky, the director of the CDC, went on Good Morning America to discuss the "Omicron" wave, and ended up pointing out that most "omicron deaths" have multiple co-morbidities.

In another interview, with Fox News, Dr Walenksy said the CDC was going to publish data on how many people had died of Covid, and how many died with it.

This begs a series of important questions:
  1. Why is the director of the CDC (seemingly) engaging with these Covid skeptic arguments after two years of pretending they don't exist?
  2. Why would Sky News air, and then tweet out the video clip of a doctor challenging the health secretary?
  3. Why is the Guardian running headlines like "End mass jabs and live with Covid, says ex-head of vaccine taskforce" and quoting medical personnel who say we need to "treat Covid like the flu"?
  4. Why are new studies being promoted that claim T cells from ordinary colds can "protect you from Covid"?
There's no denying the messaging, the deceleration of the narrative. There's a new thread being woven into the story: "living with Covid". For over a month that has been a popular buzz phrase all over the Western press.

On December 1st, Forbes headlined: "Why Endemic Covid-19 Will Be Cause For Celebration" An article which argued, among other things, that "Endemic Covid-19 will be no worse than seasonal flu". This sentiment has been repeated ad nauseum across multiple outlets.

We already mentioned the Guardian article from January 8th, there's also an earlier one from Dec 5th titled "From pandemic to endemic: this is how we might get back to normal".

CNBC ran three almost identical stories on this topic in the space of two weeks: On New Year's Day, Vox had a piece titled: "Despite omicron, Covid-19 will become endemic. Here's how."
Bloomberg is reporting that Omicron signals the end "of the acute phase of the pandemic".

Just yesterday the New York Post headlined: "COVID will become endemic by later this year, ex-Biden task-force head predicts", and USA Today asked "The pandemic is changing. Will omicron bring a 'new normal' for COVID-19?"

And earlier today Channel 4 opined that "Covid in 2022" means "learning to live with the virus".

The messaging isn't just media-based, either. Reports are coming out that "living with Covid" is going to be the UK government's strategy moving into 2022, with an official publication on this topic expected "within weeks". So, "living with the virus" is going to be added to the Covid phrasebook alongside "flatten the curve" and "the new normal". But what does it actually entail? When they say "living with Covid", what do they really mean?

Well, firstly, let's not make the mistake of trusting any government, media, or "expert", just because they start telling 20% of the truth. They are liars, they have an agenda, this is always true, you should always be aware of it, even when - or especially when - they are suddenly telling you what you want to hear. They have not seen the light, they are not correcting their mistakes, they not finally seeing sense, and they are not switching sides. There have been no Damascene conversions. There is no wave of guilty consciences sweeping through the elite.

They have an agenda. They always have an agenda. You should also dispel all notions of "getting back to normal" from your mind. That isn't happening. How do we know? Because they said so.

Half the articles talking about "living with Covid" go into detail about how things won't really change. Take this one, from The Guardian yesterday:
'Living with Covid' does not have to mean ditching all protective measures.'
It outlines that Covid could become endemic soon, that the mass testing of asymptomatic people may be counter-productive and possibly should stop, but it doesn't reverse course on masks or vaccines and leaves the door wide open for a new "variant" to jump-start more lockdowns in the future:
"Living with Covid" does not have to mean reversing every protective measure. If better ventilation and face masks reduce the impact of winter respiratory illnesses, that is a positive, even if the NHS is no longer under imminent threat of being overwhelmed. We will also need to remain vigilant about the threat from new variants, which could still cause big setbacks. There is no guarantee that another variant, more infectious and more virulent than Omicron, could emerge in the future. Scientists say that supporting global vaccination efforts will be crucial to securing the path to normality.
Masks, working from home, and social distancing in crowded settings could all be "sticking around", according to one of the above CNBC articles. And "Covid Boosters could become like annual flu shots". Meanwhile, "experts" are warning that even once Covid is endemic we should prepare for "surges" every three or four months. It seems "living with the virus" means maintaining the status quo, loosening a few restrictions, but leaving the path clear for new waves of fear porn should the need arise.

But why? Why are they doing this now? It could be that there are splits and factions, fractures along the floors of the corridors of power. Perhaps some members of the great big club want to halt the Pandemic where it is, afraid that any more progress along the "Great Reset" path may imperil their own position or their own wealth.

Maybe.

What I see as more likely is that they sense they have over-extended themselves already, and that stretching further could break their entire story to pieces.

To use an apt metaphor, imagine the "Great Reset" agenda as an invading army, marching through town after town, winning battle after battle and burning as they go. There comes a point where you have to stop. Your supply lines are pulled taut, your men are tired and numbers dwindling, and the occupied citizens are putting up more and more resistance. Push on now, and your entire campaign could crumble.

What you do in that situation is withdraw to a defensible position and fortify it. You don't give back the land you've taken, or not much of it at least, but you stop pushing forward. The people whose land you have invaded will be so glad the war is over, so tired of fighting, they'll be so relieved by the respite before realising how much of their land you've taken away. They may even say "let them keep it, as long as they stop attacking us". That's how conquest works, from the days of ancient Rome and beyond. A cycle of aggression followed by fortification.

When we switch from "pandemic" to "endemic", we won't be getting our rights back, the vaccine passes and surveillance and the culture of paranoia and fear will remain, but people will be so relieved at the pause in the campaign of fear and propaganda they will stop resisting. They won't push back, and the "New Normal" will literally become just that, normal.

Hell, they'll probably greenlight funding for anything Bill Gates wants to do make sure "Covid is the last pandemic". And then, one day when people are nice and docile again, a new variant will come back, or we'll need a "climate lockdown", and the push for control of every aspect of our lives will start up again in earnest. The best thing we can do is not fall into the trap.

The press politicians and Big Pharma didn't all just realise the truth, they're just using some small parts of truth they've been ignoring for two years to fortify their position. But that doesn't make it a bad thing. The very fact they feel the need to do so shows that the resistance is building, and that they're are trying to lull us into relaxing.

Now would be the worst time to stop fighting.