AMERICANS SLOWLY WAKE UP: SOME ARE BECOMING LESS WILLING TO BEG FOR PERMISSION | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

AMERICANS SLOWLY WAKE UP: SOME ARE BECOMING LESS WILLING TO BEG FOR PERMISSION

Americans may be slowly starting to wake up to their slavery. Many have become less willing to beg the government for permission to make a living in light of the ever-tightening restriction on our very humanity.

Government officials claim that doing business is a revocable “privilege,” but many Americans see it as a basic human right that they’ll exercise with or without licenses and permits, according to a report by Reason. Finally, we are seeing some push back against the government. It may be late, but it’s better than nothing.

As the COVID-19 scamdemic narrative continues to simmer and lose its fear factor, the one competency that officials have consistently displayed is in tightening the screws, using the licenses and permissions they require as enforcement tools. For people tired of being bossed around, the obvious response is to carry on without the government’s imprimatur—and they’re doing so in droves. It’s an attitude likely to live on long after the crisis has passed.

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