2020: The Year Of Failed Institutions (And Individuals) (December 21, 2020)

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J          “The Medical Industrial Complex and then the MSM were the biggest failures.  And the individuals who constitute the institutions.”

K          “The MSM and then the Medical Industrial Complex.”

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K          “Over the decades, I have examined with great care and attention to detail each institution on its own and in relation to other institutions and often circled back with more information to inform, revise and refine the inquiry.  Never have as many institutions proven to be failures in one year as in the year of the Virus.”

J          “Not just institutions, individuals have failed.  The individuals who constitute the institutions also failed miserably.  We as a people may not be capable of governing ourselves individually or ourselves collectively.”

. . .

[See the question proffered a year ago at “Does Any Institution In America Function? Oh, And Happy Friday The 13th! (December 9, 2019)” and a nod to the Solstice at “Darkness . . . And Light.  Oh, And Happy Winter Solstice! (December 17, 2018)”, and other e-commentary at ““Clinton, Inc., Trump, Inc., Bush, Inc., Kennedy, Inc., O’Bama, Inc. (October 24, 2016)” Four Years Later (October 26, 2020)”,  “Clinton, Inc., Trump, Inc., Bush, Inc., Kennedy, Inc., O’Bama, Inc. (October 24, 2016)”, “The Möbius Loop Of Stupidity, Dishonesty, Hypocrisy, Incompetence, Indifference, Arrogance, . . .  Oh, And Happy Thanksgiving! (November 25, 2019)” and ““Monitoring The Masses:  The Card And The Chip (January 12, 2015)” Revisited:  The “Fondle Slab” Enslaves Us All (January 28, 2019).]

Bumper stickers of the week:

Have a sunny Solstice

“War is a way of shattering to pieces, or pouring into the stratosphere, or sinking into the depths of the sea, materials which might otherwise be used to make the masses too comfortable, and hence, in the long run, too intelligent.”  George Orwell 1984 [WordPress does not have an option to underline the title of a book.]

Today’s Santa:  A face mask, a clear plastic shield, a stool six feet away as a surrogate knee with no one on it or in line allowing Santa to stare at and play with his fondle slab.

There is some great solace in knowing that no one can stop one from bringing some joy to some another person

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