In Canada the vaxx’s adverse effects meet the memory hole – can the U.S. be far behind?
Because of the strict censorship rules imposed on public and private communications in the People’s Republic of Canada, when speaking of forbidden topics coded language must be used. As the terms ‘WuFlu Experimental Genetic Injection’ or ‘Vaccine Adverse Reaction’ cannot be mentioned in plain language, the word ‘muffin’ is substituted in order to get around the censors.
Having all records digitally stored on government servers really simplifies sending yesterday’s immutable, never-to-be-questioned current truth to oblivion. So much greener than having furnaces in the basement constantly burning, I’m sure you’ll agree. Memory Holes have come a long way since the advent of the digital age! Ain’t progress grand?
h/t Vox Day
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