If you can think clearly when all around you
Are propagandized and running with the crowd;
If you do your own research to make it through,
But still admit cherished biases out loud;
If you can see the madness and not despair,
Or, losing a loved one, continue to love,
Or, losing a friend, remain a friend most rare,
And be there for those deceived to take hold of;

If you can resist—and not make resistance your goal;
If you can defy—and not make defiance your god;
If you can meet each vaxxed and unvaxxed soul
And treat them both as fellow humans unflawed;
If you can endure to hear your Christian creed
Perverted by crooks to trick a thoughtless throng,
Or lose your business refusing to accede,
And with resolve begin to sing a new song;

If you can nurture well your hard-earned career
And lose it because it’s the right thing to do,
And after losing through grit you persevere
And never complain about what you’ve been through;
If you can force yourself to fight the Great Reset,
To become a torchbearer long after youth is gone,
And keep going strong while even under threat
With willed determination that says: “Press on”;

If with haters you can vehemently disagree,
And boldly speak truthfully with love and force;
If neither enemies or family can hurt thee;
If you are charitable to those fooled perforce;
If you can withstand government’s many lies
And evil psyops until the very end—
You will grasp cherished freedom and be most wise,
And more than that—you’ll be honorable, Friend!

The above is based on the Rudyard Kipling poem, “If—.”(opens new window)

Wanderer above the Sea of Fog, Caspar David Friedrich, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons

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