Monday, June 24, 2024

Really nice people are a really big problem

Really nice people are at the heart of much of what is wrong with our world today.

You know the type. You may even be the type – kind, trusting, avoiding conflict at almost any cost.

These traits are generally admired in our culture, but this needs to stop. I contend that the future of our society depends on it.

Really nice people must be prevented from making it really easy for really bad people to take over the world. Really.

Really nice people who give influential people – e.g., politicians, medical officials, environmental leaders, and social media influencers – the benefit of the doubt are unwittingly killing our culture.

Really nice people are quick to believe and even support the worst characters in the world. That is a really big problem nowadays because of the great ease with which modern communication channels allow people to disseminate disinformation.

Really nice people believe that there is a giant island of trash floating around in the Pacific Ocean. On the flip side, jerks like me who ask tough questions and engage in pragmatic research and constructive debate understand that the Great Pacific Garbage Patch is a convenient construct that helps a lot of bad operators receive a lot of money and votes. After you read this article by doctor of geology Brad Hayes, you might join me in renaming it the “Great Pacific Propaganda Patch”:

Taking a critical look at the ‘Great Pacific Garbage Patch’

Really nice people believe that fossil fuels are the enemy, and that Net Zero Emissions by 2050 is a practical and realistic goal. Jerks like me understand that the war against fossil fuels is a war against people in the most impoverished countries. Global access to affordable energy should be a key objective as we work to mitigate environmental harm, but signaling virtue seems to resonate more readily with really nice people in the pampered western world …

Examining the real meaning of ‘energy transition’ in the face of undeniable historic trends

Really nice people believed that it was a great idea to lock down society and coerce healthy and unhealthy people alike into taking new vaccines that did not stop transmission of COVID-19 – and carried the risk of many serious side effects. Jerks like me understood that stifling everyone’s lives to fight a virus that almost exclusively was a major threat to very unhealthy people would cause terrible collateral damage … and that there was never sound reasoning for healthy people to take any of the COVID-19 vaccines.

Jerks like me understand that a lot of young people died because of our politicians’ and medical officials’ myopic approach to combatting COVID-19 …

Detailed analysis of 2021 death data reveals disturbing trends

Analysis of excess deaths reveals surprising deviations

Really nice people believed Dr. Fauci when he suggested that the origin of COVID-19 was from animal-to-human contact. Really nice people had no problem with media organizations censoring well-informed people and organizations who claimed otherwise. Jerks like me understood that there was about a 1-in-a-trillion chance that the virus was not leaked from the Wuhan Institute of Virology.

Please join me in rising up against the really nice people of the world. They need not be jailed, but they are in desperate need of a figurative slap in the face. Presenting these dangerously amiable folks with verifiable facts and logical interpretation such as that contained in the articles linked herein should do the trick.

Contact me now to join the fight against really nice people.

Rob Driscoll
Rob Driscoll
Rob Driscoll is co-founder and president of BIG Media Ltd. He is a writer and entrepreneur who is deeply committed to elevating the level of coverage of our society's most pressing matters as well as the level of respect in public discourse.

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