Bravo to John Rao, and bravo to Ed Pentin for publishing it.
Yup. Yup. YUP:
“The more the panic grows, the more uplifting the image of a man who refuses to bow to the terror” — Ernst Jünger
Here’s a taste, but click over and READ THE WHOLE THING, and distribute aggressively, because it only gets better from there…
Our Socratic forbears taught us through their “Seeds of the Logos” that the reasoning man does not have to be an expert in a given field to be able to make a competent judgment regarding whether he is dealing with leaders whose advice he should heed or reject as fraudulent. Frauds demand absolute faith in their claims, treating the confused doubter with contempt for his invincible ignorance. Such imposters may seriously believe that they are omniscient experts. But when they tell young or otherwise healthy persons that they are in the same condition as the weakest of the elderly or the already ill; when they say that in order to protect itself the vast mass of the population has to abandon its livelihood, the well-being of its country, the cultural life of its civilization, and the tools required for its eternal salvation they must be dismissed for what they actually are: quacks.