How a friend of mine and I indirectly triggered the anti-covid movement in Croatia. By Miszlaws In early March 2020, I noticed that lockdowns were spreading beyond China, Italy and a few other countries, and I became concerned that a bigger agenda was underway. In Croatia they had already closed schools, but they said there will be no need for a statewide closing – that we just needed to wait two more weeks. I knew about the globalist and capitalist practice of faking pandemics, like in the case of swine […]
All of this prompted us to start asking some serious questions about the narrative we were being fed. That involved a fair bit of reading around and keeping an open mind. Yes, that process did take us into some weird areas that were veering towards what some would term as conspiracy theory. It also led us to take a look at some of the alt right takes on the issue so we could understand how they were exploiting people’s concerns about the lockdown for their own ends. All of this was a necessary research process that helped with our building the list of COVID-19 crisis readings on this blog. A list that we’re prepared to defend as not, in our opinion, going anywhere near conspiracy theory.