posted ago by axolotl_peyotl ago by axolotl_peyotl +579 / -12

The COVID conspiracy is undoubtedly one of the worst crimes against humanity of our time. Here are some links to help start unraveling this unfathomably cruel chapter in history...please add any more you can find!

Note: There is no unifying theory being presented here, other than the sense that there's overwhelming evidence we've been systematically lied to about COVID from the start.

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axolotl_peyotl [S] 6 points ago +7 / -1

Thanks friend. Great to have you here. This entire episode has been rather bittersweet. I gave 10 years of my life to that forum, and I feel like I was "sacrificed" in some weird ritual or something. At least my online persona. It's hard to describe.

There's a reason why I made a hard pivot to vaccine research around 2013/14...I saw ALL of this unfolding today.

Now that it's here and I've lost friends and family to psychotic fear, despite my explicit warnings, I'm sort of at a loss of what to do.

Think about this: January 6 was clearly a false flag meant to usher in the censorship of half the internet.

I was banned in the early morning of January 7. I was the FIRST...before Trump, before anyone else on social media was banned, they hit ME.

Now, I don't think it was about ME personally, as much as they needed control of all corners of the web, and I wasn't part of that plan to be in charge of a controversial forum like /r/conspiracy.

I was dead right about COVID and the election fraud, and they can NEVER give me the satisfaction when we're eventually vindicated, so they've opted to memoryhole me and my research instead. The /r/conspiracy mods even removed my flair, lol the cowards.

The reddit admins ultimately did me a favor. The karma weight of subjecting myself to years of constant abuse and death threats was not a sustainable way to live. It was beyond thankless, so ironically a big thank you to the admins for removing the obligation of my self-imposed burden.

At least now I can say "I tried" and move on with my life. I just wish it wasn't at the cost of allowing the world to consume itself in hysteria.

Thank YOU friend for being the light in the darkness for all those years. You've inspired me constantly for a decade, and the fact that you're still here with me now means so much.

Take care :)