Yeah, good luck with that.
First and foremost, the past two years have not been about the birdemic. On the contrary, the birdemic has merely served as a pretext for what the past two years have been about.
And the past two years have been about the implementation of global totalitarian system equipped for the purpose of mass damnation. More to the point, the past two years have been about spiritual annihilation, particularly in the West.
The global totalitarian system is driven and sustained by an Ahrimanic closed world strategy that has enriched and empowered the Establishment at the expense of everyone else. The Establishment has put much time and effort into this closed world strategy - enough time and effort to negate any real considerations of retreat or surrender. To put in poker terms, the Establishment has gone all-in.
Now, before anyone accuses me of black-pilling, let me clearly state that I believe the Ahrimanic closed world strategy will ultimately fail. Though I personally doubt it, it could conceivably fail in the coming weeks or months.
Regardless of when it does come, the inevitable failure of the closed world strategy will have very little to do with the collapse of the birdemic narrative and very much to do with the collapse everything else.
The failure of the closed world strategy will re-open the world, but it will open the world to chaos rather than "normal."
Bleak as it sounds, I sense open chaos may be far preferable to open normal . . . at least from a spiritual perspective.
In the meantime, the Ahrimanic Establishment will do everything it can to maintain the closed world strategy for the simple reason that it is playing the long game. And don't kid yourself; the Establishment has a lot of things in its everything arsenal.
Without the birdemic, the Establishment could not have implemented its totalitarian System. This much is true. At the same time, it would be a mistake to assume the Establishment cannot maintain its totalitarian System without the birdemic.
All it needs for that is masses of despiritualized people. As far as I can tell, very little has changed there . . .