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Wednesday, 19 October 2022

Tuesday Ramble

 



Well Mom and Dad are both down with Covid now. Sometime back when this fuckery started, mom ordered me to get vaxxed or I’d be excommunicated from the family. There was a reason Twatter and Bookface and the cool kids were coming down hard on vax deniers, and I’d better get with the program or else. She and Dad got triple vaxxed, boosted, and blessed by the High Priests of the medical profession. I just laughed. And I got excommunicated too. I just shrugged. That just seems to be what shitlib people  do nowadays. If you are not of their faith, or don’t go along with narrative de jour…you’re cancelled and that’s that for that. I went through that with my militant lesbian daughter. It hurt terribly at first, but I came slowly to understand that it wasn’t a punishment… it was actually blessing. People that lead sinful, unrepentant lives do not like being reminded of it and the only way they can cope is by turning off all reason, common sense, and critical thought. All that matters is following the herd, led by cool kids. We went close to a year without seeing each other. There was the odd text here and there. But other than that… not much.  Then the cool kids decided the danger had subsided and it was okay for me to be in her glorious presence again. 

Now, despite the vax, despite the mask virtue signal, despite the ritual hand washing… mom has Covid. I’ve pretty much lost all interest in her affairs, but I couldn’t resist. “How did you get Covid, mom? I thought you were triple vaxxed and boosted…?” She replied that she was, thank goodness. Just imagine how much worse it would have been if she hadn’t!!!!

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The scam and mass paranoia continues. Mom is bravely self-quarantining and enduring the depredations of the Covid monster - unless of course, she has to go shopping or visiting. Then she wears a mask so it’s probably okay. Pop has it now too. In his case, weakened as he is by age and a terrible fall, injuries and non-stop drugs and medications…yeah, I can see the need for Covid restrictions. The problem is the brave dancing nurses of TikTok and other heroes-that-don’t-wear-capes are getting it…and taking sick days off. Our public healthcare system - the envy of the world - is critically short staffed already. With all the heroes being struck down…how does that affect Pop’s care? Of course, I don’t know because I can’t get in to see him. They literally have guards emplaced to keep me the other families out.

I don’t get it. Shouldnt I should be sick with worry? And howling at the moon with rage as I tear into that hospital, crushing heads like ripe grapes and throwing the corpses aside to attack the other morons at the hospitals that are no longer about healthcare? All I feel is indifference.

I think years of lethal shitlibbery have finally taken their toll. All through the 70s and 80s, mom and dad voted for free healthcare and free-everything-else. At the time, experts warned that if they emptied the coffers today, there’d be nothing there tomorrow except reduced services and higher taxes. Folks like mom and dad angrily told them to shut up and stop being bad people. I think I even told mom at one point - you voted for this. She breezily said that things were so much better back in those days, that’s why… it should have made me angry, but it made me laugh. I think the emotional centres in my brain are finally closing down and shorting out.

I send a quick text in the morn asking how she is. I get back a long description and skim it to make sure there’s nothing in there for me to add to the list of chores. If I’m clear I send a quick šŸ˜ŠšŸ‘ and get on with my day.

It’s another thing I see with these people with truths and narratives that change daily. Call it what you want. I call it the “karmic wheel”. What goes around, comes around. But with people like mom and dad, shit just happens. For no reason at all. And when it does, it’s incumbent upon society to send handouts - as long as they don’t have to do it or pay for it themselves and see the unintended consequences in their own lives. And now that wheel had come about, and mom and dad are going under it like packets of ketchup… and all I can think is that I don’t get any on me when that wheel rolls over them.

I am going to have a care for what I send out on the karmic wheel today. And I think I just may die at home instead. It probably won’t be a choice by then, but it might well be for the best.

Have a great Humpday.


24 comments:

  1. Sorry to hear they are sick.

    But I have to agree with your stance; we have lots of relatives who basically told us we were dirty and dangerous for nit taking the vax, and even moreso for not vaxxing our teenagers.

    My daughter's friends are all vaxxed, and when that happned my daughter (probably due to shedding from the vaxxed) had her period mid-cycle out of nowhere. I'm sure it was a coincidence.

    Multiple people I know "suddenly" came down with Stage 4 cancers. A couple have died, and some are still in treatment. I'm sure it's a coincidence.

    My son's girlfriend was forced to get vaxxed by her university as a requirement for attendance, and I can only hope she escapes with her fertility intact.

    Now the CDC is trying to force vaccination for COVID by stealth-adding it to their required vaccine regimen for children. To be blunt, fuck those guys.

    They won't stop until we stop them. And they will never admit what they've done. 20% excess mortality? Meh, just a statistic. I want to see them all in prison, but I know that won't happen.

    As for my extended family, they can piss up a rope. I won't forget their actions, and I won't shed a tear when they pay the piper.

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    1. I am glad it’s not just me and others are feeling this way too.

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    2. Not just you. There is a great hardening of hearts taking place. Things seem bad now. Soon we'll think of now as the good old days. Easier to let go of that which has already ostracized you. You remember being upset, angry, indignant... but you're not anymore... indifferent... maybe sad... even mournful... like they're already dead... what a senesless waste... yet... *you're* not dead yet, and you *will* not submit. Fuck 'em. They'll leave me alone, or I'll cost them more than I'm worth. It's a good day to die. (or maybe I just project too much ;-)

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  2. I use to work for the DON, I retired when they said I had to get jab. I noted and watched as a number of my coworkers who had the jab got sick and then sick again from the covid. All of them formerly healthy you adults.

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  3. Glen as that meme goes with the thought police saying "You've had too much to think"

    Philippians 4: 7And the peace of God, which surpasses all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus. 8 Finally, brothers, whatever is true, whatever is honorable, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable— if anything is excellent or praiseworthy— think on these things. 9Whatever you have learned or received or heard from me, or seen in me, put it into practice. And the God of peace will be with you.…

    ONE Patient at a time buddy. Your father still needs whatever peace and stability you can share with him.

    Praying for you

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    1. Well, just so, Mike. At this point my only interest is being a good son. I care what my Maker thinks, but beyond that… mom and dad essentially did this to themselves…

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  4. Life is 10% what happens and 90% how we react. Learning the difference between what I can fix and what I can't has been helpful.

    If I die at home, I hope I'm on dirt. I'd hate to ruin the hovel I live in. When wild animals get hit down here, they leave them on the shoulder. You have to watch for buzzard strikes, wild critters, and that nasty grease spot. If they fall on dirt, they melt away faster. Worms and bugs get in on the buffet.

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    1. If my wife passes before me, I will try to leave as disgusting a corpse as I can, HAR HAR HAR!šŸ˜‰šŸ‘

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    2. My best friend did that... got revenge on his unfaithful partner. Right between the eyes behind the garage... they found him by smell three weeks later. Told me all about it a year earlier. Quite the in depth all nighter that was. I learned alot.

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  5. Liberalism is a mental illness. A symptom of a defective brain. Liberals run on emotion, not reason. It's impossible to discuss, debate or argue with them because the are totally immune to facts and logic. To make it worse liberals are invariably infected with an innate lust for power over others. When you combine their desire to rule with their inabilty to grasp reality younhave a dangerous combination. The only cure for the ills they inflict on society is permanent removal from society. Nothing else will work.

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  6. Glen,

    Working in EMS I have so far dodged all the "jab or your job" mandates, and my department has received all state and federal money uninterrupted. On a personal level, I have been excluded from certain gatherings because I remain a PureBlood. Even though right after the one last Christmas, just about every atendee came down with Chi-Com Xi Flu! But like my friend Phil over at The Vulgar Curmudgeon, IDGAF!

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    1. I guess that is exactly the proper response to this ass-hattery too… IDGAF BFYTW…šŸ˜‚šŸ‘

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  7. I don't think the emotional centers in your brain are shutting down, I think your immune system is working appropriately.
    Thanks for keepen' the faith. Thanks for being a sounding board for all us apprentice stub farts. If I persevere, I'll make journeyman.
    Tree Mike

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    1. HAR HAR HAR!!! You will make an excellent stubfart Mike!!!
      šŸ˜‰šŸ‘

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  8. When someone close to you goes insane, you go from trying to talk sense into them to just nodding your head and giving up.
    There's nothing at all wrong with that; look after yourself first.
    I think at least half the population are clinically insane, even out here in the boonies. I never thought I would see the level of Covidiocy I saw where we live.
    And to see what I thought were sensible hardworking stiffs like me falling for all this nonsense was a big eye opener.
    But, the positive aspect of all this is we have discovered who everyone really is. The masks came off. Now we know exactly what everyone around us stands for, and we're wiser and better off for it.

    You're not going to fix insane. Stay away from it and try to weather the coming storm. It's going to get a lot worse before it gets better.

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  9. It really is not that they lied. It is that they are incapable of truth and try to minimize their absurd policies as viable by fraud. Evil will say or do anything to convince you that it does not exist.

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  10. you are not becoming unfeeling, you are becoming wise

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  11. All I feel is indifference. Good for you. Having your heart torn out over things so far from your influence, much less Control, isn't good for You. Those of us who smelled a rat from the beginning and tried to warn others who, being morally superior and So much Better educated about what was going on and naturally we were dismissed as ignorant, conspiracy theorists or just uncaring about our fellow citizens, as we watch what we told them was coming, arrive, it's hard to not feel vindicated. It's Gonna Be the longest, saddest, We tried to Tell you in history.

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    1. That’s the thing though, Justin. Mom would never accept it. Our viewpoint wasn’t in the Globohomo news… so sceptics like us could not possibly know anything. Nothing is true until the mass media and day time TV says it is…

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    2. You achieve a different perspective after you outlive them all.

      "If you live long enough, sooner or later everyone gets respectability" -- chinatown

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  12. I've had more or less the same experience, Glen, not the militant lesbian daughter, but the completely brainwashed mother. We used to be a lot closer than we are now. Things started to unravel when Trump became President and to Mom's horror, she found out I voted for him. It went downhill from there. She "felt guilty" about how good she had it as an American, and figured I was up for paying her penance. WRONG. I was deemed "cold and inconsiderate" for wanting a secure border and for wanting illegal aliens to be sent back to wherever they came from. She said I was "misinformed" (read: "YOU'RE STUPID!!") because I refused the Clot Shot. It got worse and more direct as her mind started to phase up with CNN's perverts and that lesbian longneck on "the other channel," Rachael Madcow. Things haven't been the same since, and I don't really care. I'm done with the debating and being demeaned for standing up for what I believe... and DON'T believe in. If that means we only talk once or twice a year, that's fine. I'm comfortable with my choices in life. When it comes down to it, that's the only thing that matters, as I'm the one who has to live with the choices... 'Remember that time when parents WANTED their kids to grow up to be like us?

    ...Sometimes the best thing people can have between them is distance...

    I agree

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    1. I got the Trump thing too. The old bitch started bragging about how Trump lost the last election…and I dunno. With all the other shite that comes out of her mouth, I just lost patience. I got up and left as she laughed and laughed.

      Couple days later she sent me a text, still LOLing at me with enoji’s. “Let’s get together, no politics this time…” I sent one back saying no thanks, I don’t like her shitlib femcunt politics either, and she could laugh at me behind my back. I said it exactly that way too… and that was a year of cancellation too. We have not been getting along for a long, long time.

      I think it was the laughter that burned me up the most. She doesn’t do that anymore at least.

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  13. Time Of Great Delusion19 October 2022 at 12:47

    Father's side of the family is decimated by the plandemic and an elder on their fourth booster is in terminal decline cognitively.
    Does anyone have an actual photo of the most dastardly contagious virus evarz?

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  14. Glen, I admire your courage and tenacity in all things life. Those Karmic wheels are real, yaknow!
    OG

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