Food For Thought I decided to look up “lockdown” In every dictionary and thesaurus I have (and I have many for this very reason) the definition references prisons and prisoners. In every on-line dictionary there are two new definitions relating to school safety tactics or recent Covid response. They changed the definition so we wouldn’t notice what they were doing to us. For our own good... or like the Nazis used to say, “Für ihre sicherheit” Awake yet? Edit: Epstein didn’t kill himself.

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