Operational and Spiritual Mistakes

7 min readMar 27, 2023

Bad intentions are often covered up by misrepresentation of their outcomes as due to entanglement of good intentions with operational errors.

Thwarting this dynamic in the Covid context is the laudable object of a now viral poem.

Alice said the poem, “Mistakes Were NOT Made: An Anthem for Justice,” was inspired by a conversation with former Pfizer Vice President Michael Yeadon about the COVID crimes against humanity inflicted by the global elite.

The following poem was inspired by a conversation with Mike Yeadon. We have both independently noticed the increasing use of terms like “bungled” and “blunder” to describe the crimes against humanity perpetrated under the cloak of COVID. Even well-meaning people who share similar values and goals sometimes fall into this trap being set by those preparing their parachute jump from culpability.

This Anthem for Justice is my attempt to succinctly chronicle the calculated intentionality underlying the COVID tyranny, and I ask your help in spreading the clear message that #MistakesWereNOTMade. Please share this poem and keep it handy for the next time anybody uses verbiage to gloss over the atrocities committed. Let’s make 2023 the Year of Accountability so none dare repeat such acts in the future.

The full poem can be read below:

The Armenian Genocide was not a mistake.
Holodomor was not a mistake.
The Final Solution was not a mistake.
The Great Leap Forward was not a mistake.
The Killing Fields were not a mistake.

Name your genocide — it was not a mistake.
That includes the Great Democide of the 2020s.
To imply otherwise is to give Them the out they are seeking.

It was not botched.
It was not bungled.
It was not a blunder.

It was not incompetence.
It was not lack of knowledge.
It was not spontaneous mass hysteria.

The planning occurred in plain sight.
The planning is still occurring in plain sight.

The philanthropaths bought The $cience™.
The modelers projected the lies.
The testers concocted the crisis.
The NGOs leased the academics.
The $cientists fabricated the findings.
The mouthpieces spewed the talking points.

The organizations declared the emergency.
The governments erected the walls.
The departments rewrote the rules.
The governors quashed the rights.
The politicians passed the laws.
The bankers installed the control grid.

The stooges laundered the money.
The DoD placed the orders.
The corporations fulfilled the contracts.
The regulators approved the solution.
The laws shielded the contractors.
The agencies ignored the signals.

The behemoths consolidated the media.
The psychologists crafted the messaging.
The propagandists chanted the slogans.
The fact-chokers smeared the dissidents.
The censors silenced the questioners.
The jackboots stomped the dissenters.

The tyrants summoned.
The puppeteers jerked.
The puppets danced.
The colluders implemented.
The doctors ordered.
The hospitals administered.

The menticiders scripted.
The bamboozled bleated.
The totalitarianized bullied.
The Covidians tattled.
The parents surrendered.
The good citizens believed … and forgot.

This was calculated.
This was formulated.
This was focus-grouped.
This was articulated.
This was manufactured.
This was falsified.
This was coerced.
This was inflicted.
This was denied.

We were terrorized.
We were isolated.
We were gaslit.

We were dehumanized.
We were wounded.
We were killed.

Don’t let Them get away with it.
Don’t let Them get away with it.
Don’t let Them get away with it.

Everything from “The philanthropists…” to the end looks alright to me. This is all specific complaints and a final repeated call for active justice.

The rest is acutely bent, in the regular style of pitchforks.

To articulate how, I should begin by saying that the preamble quoted above seems incisive and warranted, apart from the formula chosen to sum it all up, which is to say, the title ‘Mistakes Were NOT Made’.

I’d be happy as the next dissident to put it that way, or at least appreciate its amply-motivated and loosely-justified pithiness in terms of poetic license, if it were not an activated busbar for demonisation.

Let’s consider two ways of parsing this poem’s title (and corresponding hashtag).

  1. Real abuse is occluded by allusion to mistakes that don’t really apply.
  2. All resulting harm was deliberate since no mistakes applied in the relevant lines of decision or execution.

The binary mode of assertion flagged by all-caps ‘NOT’ and its deployment by way of unqualified generalization activates the second parsing, whereas duly poignant accusations in verse and preamble validate nothing more than the first one.

Such a combination renders the overall form of a non-sequitur, where the first five stanzas amount to excessive contention which the remaining ten merely pretend to vindicate.

Every unjust decision is at the very least a spiritual mistake.

With regard to the first stanza, it is contentious to hold that the bulk of all such horrors was at some point a calculated abuse, let alone pretend that no vast and relevantly opaque vortex of actors embracing variously correct or misguided beliefs conditioned those putative moments of evil clarity and resolution, or was co-opted by them to wreak the chronicled havoc.

Yet we are enjoined, if not rather commanded, to presume nothing less on the grounds that “To imply otherwise is to give Them the out they are seeking.”

To imply that Saddam did not have weapons of mass destruction was likewise to give this monster the out he was seeking.

Appealing to consequence or noble passion to motivate opinion on matters of fact is categorically wrong in every dimension, albeit a staple of both independent and mainstream journalism.

As goes without saying in our comfortably ramshackle conspiracy genre, “Them” need no further introduction than talk about genocide and the contention that we are in one “Great Democide.” Those who may not be entirely clear on the matter have obviously never seen a video takedown of the World Economic Forum, Rothschilds, or Bill Gates and accordingly need to go and look it up, at which point it will be clear that the world is divided into ordinary folk of modest means and the predator class, which contains not a single specimen with a remotely human heart.

“It was not botched,” “bungled” or “a blunder.” Otherwise “it” would not be great as democides go. If there were good intentions among any deciders or implementers of covid response policies, such might well have been subject to botch, bungle or blunder. But there weren’t, as it is all just democide and a great one to boot.

By extension, there was also no relevant incompetence or lack of knowledge, as noted in stanza four.

But most crucially of all, with regard to our quintessential “it,” is that it “was not spontaneous mass hysteria.” Otherwise we might have to reckon with groupthink in panic mode, whereas no such thing ever occurred, because if it did, Mattias Desmet might have a point and he never had a point, because if he did, everyone would have gone crazy in a “spontaneous” way, as opposed to via global catalysation of an international hivemind under the requisite condition of so-widespread, intense free-floating anxiety, through the pivotally focusing and activating symbol of viral threat in pandemic proportions.

Moreover, oppression and victim pathology cannot both apply, let alone synergistically, because that would be inconvenient for narrative by way of complication, not to mention annoying in that regard as well as potentially confusing.

Confusion is no good at all, outside the tactic of obfuscation. So except for the latter, which is often expedient, we need to keep it simple. In either case we should then take the lawyerly adversarial stance against everything that might conceivably reduce heat on the adversary along any mental, emotional or social vector. It is thus of no import to be mindful of any type or degree of fallacy or hypocrisy except insofar as it might be attributed to other side and possibly stick. All that matters is a passable effort to be formidable while doing whatever it takes to tip judge, jury or public over the line.

What’s more, the “planning occurred in plain sight” and is “still occurring in plain sight,” at least, to the extent that is plain planning of democide, which is plainly 100%.

So don’t think for a minute that any mistakes were made, spiritual or otherwise. Should you do so, you will be guilty of pulling punches in ways that abet atrocity, not to mention dancing, all very down and dirty, with vicious demons.

Stand well aside from casting your lot in that ignominious way, to let each hound released or rallied by the poem run down whatever target may be in its sight.

We underdogs need every ounce of motivation and possibly aggression that can be mustered against vastly asymmetrical and lethal power. So how could we ever be prone to mob psychosis, even virtual, let alone corporeal?

We can, nay must, presume full competence to judge murder in hearts, wholesale, pinned on some number of individuals we cannot specify, yet delimit with class distinction or network of association.

If this is spiritual warfare then such mindsets constitute the way too lose, upfront, without a battle, unless you happen to already be on the side of demons which, as a matter of policy, take no prisoners.

Simplistic thinking is simply abortive in this context, as it would have to be and should make an effort to notice.

There are mistakes and there is malfeasance, along with ass-covering, agenda, blindness, leverage, panic, atrocity, desperation, calculation, frailty, greed, second-guessing, misplaced faith, hope and love.

All of it can be made sense of and dealt with properly. Heaven and earth require us to be in a decent frame of mind for that purpose.




Were anyone to discover the whole truth, they would sadly find it offends all parties.