2 Questions You Must Ask Yourself to Avoid Toxic Conformity

In today’s world, we are beginning to live under the thumb of toxic conformity. Certain people in power desire to control the masses by media lies and misinformation, censorship, ridiculous mandates, and other ridiculous laws, bills, and orders.

In fact, these powers that be don’t even try to hide their lies and sins anymore, which is a sign of real danger. Because if there’s no incentive to hide wrongdoing, and crimes against humanity, then it means that there’s impunity and the freedom to go on committing violations of basic human rights. Worse even, it’s a green light to escalate these abuses.

I believe that most people have forgotten how to think critically and have lost their voices for fear of not only censorship, but social shunning and cancel culture. Be that as it may, instead of taking the words of these, dare I say, tyrants and traitors, as the gospel, people need to start asking themselves these questions:

1. Who are these lies, bits of misinformation, censors, mandates, and laws really benefiting here? Me? Humanity as a whole? Or the people making all the rules?

2. What will our compliance gain us?

I believe that once we answer these questions for ourselves, we’ll know what we must do to preserve our human rights and liberties. It’s time that we each think and do for ourselves and give these powers that be the proverbial middle finger.

With knowledge comes empowerment!

0 thoughts on “2 Questions You Must Ask Yourself to Avoid Toxic Conformity

  1. jeffw5382 says:

    It seems that the rights for the individual are being superseded by the rights of the group as determined by those that believe they know better. I resist this and seem to be able to feel it. I believe my own eyes and experience. The state will require 100% compliance which is in my opinion evil. We’re going to have to risk everything and stand up to it.

    • cheriewhite says:

      You nailed it, Jeff! That’s exactly what will happen if we don’t stand against it! “The rights of the individual are being superseded by the rights of the group” – sounds like the perfect recipe for bullying, doesn’t it? It’s beyond evil! It’s monstrous! πŸ˜ˆπŸ‘ΉπŸ‘Ί

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