For the first time in world history, Satanic forces have succeeded in incorporating practically everyone and everything into an intricately connected totalitarian System that is openly and vehemently opposed to God and Creation. That they managed to pull it off under the banner of world health and safety in response to a highly dubious global plague makes the coup all the more impressive.
At the same time, the successful Satanic coup of 2020 is also tragic and absurd. Tragic because the errant motivation to remain "safe and healthy" has unleashed seemingly endless waves of misery and destruction upon the world; and absurd because the rationale used to justify the waves of calamity and devastation in the name of health and safety blatantly defies all logic, reason, and common sense irrespective of the level of analysis applied.
Yet the tragedy and absurdity of everything we have experienced since 2020 should surprise no one. On the one hand, it lays bare the cruel and malicious motivations of those commanding the side against God and Creation. On the other hand, it is a testament to a world that has not only forgotten God and Creation, but is now conclusively committed to opposing God and Creation.
The tragedy and absurdity we are now experiencing will continue to deepen and darken for as long as this commitment is maintained. If the past nineteen months or so have revealed anything, it is this - without God, man is reduced to the level of a tragic and absurd thing that is at the mercy of other tragic and absurd things.
Without God, tragedy and absurdity mark the limits of what man can aspire to; and - as the events over the past nineteen months or so have exemplified - by turning away from God, modern man has become a veritable master of tragedy and absurdity, particularly when it comes to the current obsession with health and safety.
Even the most superficial, materialistic conceptualizations of mortal life acknowledge that human health and safety are transitory. Though people may experience extended periods of both health and safety in their mortal lives, health and safety are not and can never be permanent states in mortal life (or else it wouldn't be called mortal life).
From an atheistic, materialistic perspective, the impermanence of health and safety reduces life to a cruel, meaningless injustice. From the perspective of spiritual learning, experiencing the impermanence of human health and safety constitutes a large portion of what we are meant to face and undertake in this world.
With this in mind, the manner in which a person chooses to think about, understand, and, ultimately, take on the unavoidable challenges of injury, sickness, danger, insecurity, aging, and, eventually, death reveals a great deal about the quality of spiritual learning a person undergoes in mortal life.
Those on the side of God and Creation should appreciate any and all experiences of health and safety in their mortal lives. Employing wisdom, prudence, and moderation, they should work, to the best of their abilities, to maintain both health and safety in their own lives, the lives of loved ones, and others in general.
Nonetheless, comprehending the nature and purpose of their mortal lives on earth, those on the side of God and Creation should never aim to make their own health and safety or the health and safety of loved ones or the world in general into supreme, all-encompassing goals for two simple reasons: the understanding that such goals are ultimately unachievable within the context of mortal life; and, more significantly, the understanding that the fanatical pursuit of such goals are in direct opposition to God's plan.
The purpose of mortal life is to be saved, not safe-d. Any Christian who prioritizes the latter over the former is on the wrong side of God and Creation - and that's exactly what "none are safe until all are safe" is aiming for.
No, this doesn't mean Christians should assume apathetic, fatalistic, careless, or reckless attitudes about health and safety during their mortal lives, but it does imply that Christians should approach health and safety as means rather than ends in mortal life for the obvious reason that health and safety are not and can never be "ends" in Christianity.
At its core, the Satanic global diktat of "none are safe until all are safe" is a demonic inversion of this eternal Christian truth.
Health and safety are both good as long as they align with God and Creation and help guide people toward salvation and theosis, but this good evaporates the very instant health and safety fall out of alignment with God and Creation.
Not too long ago, the mere idea of sacrificing one's own salvation or the salvation of loved ones in exchange for health and safety was unthinkable for most Christians. Now the opposite reigns. Too many Christians have gladly jeopardized their own salvation or the salvation of loved ones in exchange for the empty promise of health and safety in mortal life. Furthermore, by doing so, they have also severed all chances at theosis. And for what? For the assurance of things which, by their very nature, can never be fully maintained let alone guaranteed on earth?
That the global diktat of "none are safe until all are safe" has so seamlessly ensnared the atheistic masses is somewhat surprising, but comprehensible. That it has ensnared many Christians makes the tragedy and absurdity of "none are safe until all are safe" all the more absurd and tragic.
At its core, "none are safe until all are safe" is a blatant lie. The Satanic powers could never bring about a world in which all are safe, not even if they were sincerely motivated to do so; but rest assured, the Satanic powers are not in any way motivated to make the world safe - at least not in the conventional sense.
On the contrary, now that they have grabbed the reigns of the world, the demonically-possessed totalitarians and their lackeys will diligently work to ensure that no one is ever really safe or healthy.
Every action they have taken has had the opposite effect and will continue to have the opposite effect. Once they have exhausted the present "danger" of the birdemic, they will employ some other danger - in the form of climate change, inequity, financial crisis, food shortages, extreme social elements, etc. - from which they will feel compelled to shield and protect everyone in the world.
Thus, all who have willingly submitted to "none are safe until all are safe" will quickly discover that they will never be safe. Moreover, the longer they remain committed to the diktat, the more their health and safety will deteriorate. Most meaningfully, their desire to be "safe" may come at the expense of being "saved."
The only defense against "none are safe until all are safe" is the understanding that none are safe is the default setting of mortal life on earth.
Within this framework of understanding, health and safety are acknowledged for what they are in mortal life - as means rather than ends. Once health and safety are acknowledged as means instead of ends, they cease to be weapons of temptation, terror, and subjugation and become tools for spiritual learning.
Once freed from the demonic inversion of "none are safe until all are safe", Christians can once again focus on the true "end" of mortal life, which is following Jesus to life everlasting.