People need to ask tough questions, be skeptical and think for themselves.
1. Central Bank Digital Currency
Would allow the government to cut off your access to your money.
2. The way cars are evolving
Can a car actually be hacked to take control from you? This could evolve into the government not letting you start your car.
3. What about the vaccine?
I realize a lot of people are not even open to the possibility that the vaccine didn't do what the government thought it would with all good intentions. If someone won't even entertain that question then they certainly can't entertain the possibility that there might have been something nefarious behind it. But it came up so woefully short of what was advertised and I certainly have my share of people I knew who died of mysterious causes to go along with the headlines you see about increases in deaths of younger people and young people having heart ailments with LeBron James' son being a very public example. Something ain't right and we're not even allowed to ask questions.
4. Why the push for us to eat bugs?
5. What's the real story with climate change?
We are clearly going through some sort of cycle of extreme weather events. The thing we should be trying to understand is to what extent human behavior is influencing this. It might be a lot, it might be a little, I have no idea but it is difficult to believe the government knows or is pursuing the right thing. Cow farts are not the problem.
6. I've come to believe every negative thing about Bill Gross is true
Tied to number 4, the guy who believes the world is over populated is trying to influence what we eat? That seems like a bit of conflict to say the least.