Published: January 13, 2022 Noon EST
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Announced Tuesday, policy-makers in Quebec are set to levy a new tax, specifically against those that are “unvaccinated;” whatever that really means since the definition of “fully vaccinated” is now up for debate. Canadian politician François Legault stated the tax is a “consequence” for those placing a “burden” on society.
Now where before has that been said?
In the 1930s, Germany propagandized the ethics of Hegel. “Whatever solves a problem on a practical level must be moral. No action is right or wrong on its own, If an action results in the desired outcome, it is okay. The ends justify the means.”
Arguably the most notorious public messaging campaign of the twentieth century hail from that very same Nazi propaganda machine. It was this advertising and marketing scheme that led to the extermination of millions of innocent people, and ushered in a world war.
Above is an illustration informing the viewer that the expenditures to sustain the life of an “ill” person is exorbitant, amounting to 50,000 RM (Reichsmark) by the time that person is 60, and the German worker pictured is footing the bill. The words read “You are bearing this too.”
In this image from 1933, the same year Hitler was appointed as Chancellor, the government depicts the annual public cost for school children with varying mental capacities. For a “normal” child the cost is 125 RM, while a blind or deaf child needs resources totalling 1,500 RM. The messaging is this: maintaining the socially unfit is a ‘burden.’
That exact same logic, or illogic, is applied today in an age of the pathogenic collaboration between the Chinese Communist Party and Fauci. Modern politicians from across the world are echoing the language and tactics implemented by Goebbels and his German cohorts. Some in society are a burden, and they must be dealt with.
Hitler didn’t immediately send the “burdensome” to the gas chambers, but rather slowly imposed harsher and harsher “consequences” that finally culminated in execution.
This is synonymous with the circumstances of today. First it’s a vaccine passport, then a tax for the “unvaccinated,” and tomorrow it’ll be the firing squad.
A threat to anybody’s humanity is a threat to us all.