And now for something closer to home. As everybody knows I am homeless, I have been since the whole covid hysteria of mass firings for anybody who refused the vaccine and even now with the whole COVID-19 psyop being over with I'm still on the streets. What's interesting about the United States, you know, the nation that claims to be the most free, a bastion of democracy, and a champion of human rights is that there is at least a half million homeless people in this nation. The cultural mindset is that all homeless people in this nation are drug addicts or mentally ill therefore deserving their fate of being homeless which helps facilitate a mindset of general apathy, indifference, or hatred. Every year with winter thousands of homeless people die being exposed to the elements, because as a nation being number one of human rights supposedly, well, that's just what we do as human rights champions. I'm no stranger living on the streets, I've spent half my life doing so mostly out of economic or monetary reasons being poor my entire life. Having lived on the streets I can definitely say that not all homeless people are mentally ill or drug addicts, sure there is lots of those of course, but to say that is all people is extremely ignorant. You really get a bird's eye view of human cruelty living on the streets seeing how people cruelly treat each other and of course in many ways it has shaped my own beliefs regarding this cruel world we live in. It's amazing how cruel this nation of the United States is to both the poor and homeless which in many ways has shaped my own socialist beliefs over the many years. Interestingly enough we poor people of the U.S. are under no illusions of what this place really is, we know there is no freedom and that the concept of American freedom is nothing more than just one big giant lie. We're under no delusions of just how evil this place really is as we live in its conditions every single day. I have no doubt in my mind that once this nation collapses they'll kill the poor and homeless here, they would already be doing it now if it was made legal, there is no human compassion here whatsoever. The entire culture here is ruthlessly capitalistic, there is no American culture beyond cutthroat ruthless capitalism, nothing else exists.