Like frogs being slow-boiled in a pot, Americans are oblivious to their own impending destruction. The only difference is the frogs are smarter. Turn up the heat too fast and the frog will catch on and hop right out of the pot. Americans have had the heat turned up scorching hot for the last two years, yet they remain utterly clueless.
The girl at the bank asks me how I am. I tell her, "I'm okay, under the circumstances."
"What circumstances?" she asks. "The virus hoax," I say.
She stares back at me with vacant eyes. I've seen that look a million times over the last year. The fluoride stare, delivered over a face diaper.
"You know it's all fake, right?" I say.
She gives a little laugh and lowers her head. Our conversation is over. She finishes processing my deposit and I leave.
The sidewalks swarm with hundreds of people wearing a submission diaper. There's a high school down the street and I observe girls cruising boys, and boys cruising girls. The ones who aren't cruising are glued to their phones. The adults scurry to and from work. The homeless lie in their tents. People in LA and across America are going about their business as if nothing is different, nothing has changed as long as they wear a mask and take two jabs. No one knows the truth and no one wants to know.
Americans are not only oblivious to their own destruction, they're actually complicit in it. That's the irony. The entire hoax would stop instantly if everyone just took off their mask. But they won't do it. They'd rather submit to slavery, lose limbs to amputation or lose their lives from blood clots, they'd rather condemn their souls to hell, than face reality. They're oblivious to their own destruction.