• January 16, 2022

The Time is Now: Differentiating “Force” from “Choice”

 The Time is Now: Differentiating “Force” from “Choice”

When you walked into that grocery store, did someone physically “force” you to slip that mask over your face, or did your hands maneuver that task? When the government told you to lockup your business and “forced” you to shut down for months because you were not deemed to be an “essential business,” (while operating next to the essential liquor store that was ringing up customers by the minute), who put the key in the lock and hung the closed sign on the door? When they told you to fill out that survey about your jab status, go get tested every week, or download the vaccine ID passport app to enter your personal information into their all-seeing databases, did someone “force” you to pick up a pen, walk into a facility to get tested, or swipe your phone and download the app? When you were told the jab is “safe, effective, and required” did someone “force” you to the ground and stick the jab in your arm or did you willingly walk into a facility and hold out your arm?

Let’s define the difference between “force” and “choice,” because the word “force” puts a paralyzing burden on people that stifles their decision processing. It’s time for the hard truth. Most people are under the illusion that they are under “force” because they are being told that something is “required” of them. Most of what is being requested, required, or mandated does not fall under any law, but even if it did, it is ultimately still a choice, despite the fact the choices may be undesired and difficult. People fear the outcome, so they choose the path of least resistance – and make a “choice” against their own will and beliefs, then call it “force” because they cannot reconcile the decision they just made.

In many cases, “choosing” to go against these tyrannical, illegal, dangerous “mandates” will not even result in repercussions, yet people still choose the path of least resistance because they fear confrontation and are exhausted by intimidation tactics. They are afraid if they do not wear a mask they will be confronted and possibly yelled at or told to leave the premises, but the reality is, in Read More

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