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Rabbit hole

Robert Podhajsky, Ocean Shores

Did the Easter bunny go down the rabbit hole?

The reflection of an object is not the same as the object being reflected.

Regarding the COVID-19 virus, the mainstream media can be considered with that in mind.

The details of the previous flu seasons and serious illness in Australia, and the world, are a reflection of previous events. If you read the reports of hospital cases and deaths from previous years, as I have, it appears to me that something does not add up. The COVID-19 numbers do not compare to the numbers of the previous flu seasons and serious illness; the difference in severity stands out like the moon at night.

Why these numbers are not being talked about and compared in mainstream media is a reflection of something. Not the object. Maybe the world should have been put in lockdown years ago, when you compare the numbers in the official reports.

Are the world governments doing their system reset mode? Have our genetics have been messed about with and changed by some other people for many years now? Are we being given all the known facts by the government about COVID-19?  Do we believe, accept, that (something) is true, especially without proof, [do we believe] in the object or the reflection or the object?  We have plenty of time to consider these days.


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One response to “Rabbit hole”

  1. Barry says:

    You might like to have a nice lay down.

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