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You know you are living in strange times when a British Rapper makes more sense than groups of “experts” such as Ozsage and politicians when it comes to managing and understanding humanity during a pandemic.

Nzube Olisaebuka Udezue, better known by his stage name Zuby, is a British rapper. Born in Luton, Udezue was raised in Saudi Arabia and England and graduated from St Edmund Hall, Oxford, in 2007. In 2006, he started his rapping career and pursued it full-time in 2011 and has released numerous albums.

Here is a list of the twenty things he observed about humanity during the Covid Pandemic.

  1. Most people would rather be in the majority than be right.
  2. At least 20% of the population has strong authoritarian tendencies, which will emerge under the right conditions.
  3. Fear of death is only rivalled by the fear of social disapproval. The latter could be stronger.
  4. Propaganda is just as effective in the modern day as it was 100 years ago. Access to limitless information has not made the average person any wiser.
  5. Anything and everything can and will be politicised by the media, government, and those who trust them.
  6. Many politicians and large corporations will gladly sacrifice human lives if it is conducive to their political and financial aspirations.
  7. Most people believe the government acts in the best interests of the people. Even many who are vocal critics of the government.
  8. Once they have made up their mind, most people would rather to commit to being wrong than admit they were wrong.
  9. Humans can be trained and conditioned quickly and relatively easily to significantly alter their behaviours – for better or worse.
  10. When sufficiently frightened, most people will not only accept authoritarianism, but demand it.
  11. People who are dismissed as ‘conspiracy theorists’ are often well researched and simply ahead of the mainstream narrative.
  12. Most people value safety and security more than freedom and liberty, even if said ‘safety’ is merely an illusion.
  13. Hedonic adaptation occurs in both directions, and once inertia sets in, it is difficult to get people back to ‘normal’.
  14. A significant percentage of people thoroughly enjoy being subjugated.
  15. ‘The Science’ has evolved into a secular pseudo-religion for millions of people in the West. This religion has little to do with science itself.
  16. Most people care more about looking like they are doing the right thing, rather than actually doing the right thing.
  17. Politics, the media, science, and the healthcare industries are all corrupt, to varying degrees. Scientists and doctors can be bought as easily as politicians.
  18. If you make people comfortable enough, they will not revolt. You can keep millions docile as you strip their rights by giving them money, food, and entertainment.
  19. Modern people are overly complacent and lack vigilance when it comes to defending their own freedoms from government overreach.
  20. It’s easier to fool a person than to convince them that they have been fooled.

Imagine if the politicians had this amount of common sense and courage so they could challenge and say no to some of the ridiculous and outright moronic Covid rules demanded by the experts to keep us all safe instead of shaming people’s concerns and calling them conspiracy theorists which is nothing more than a derogatory title used to dismiss critical thinking.

I, like most of you reading this article long for the day when the final scene of this pandemic horror movie is finished, and we hear the words “that’s a wrap” but for now we have to be content with a Rapper making more sense than so-called experts who have never missed a day off work or a cent of their pay.

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