Congratulations! You made it to 2022—and without wearing an implantable device that calculates how much you need to pay for health insurance. (You win a free toaster oven if you make it past 2030 without being tagged. Good luck.)
By the way: there’s a global scam afoot. The scam is also in Russia, of course. We will continue to write about this scam in Russia because people should know about it. A lot of people are trying to pretend this scam doesn’t exist in Russia—or are ignoring it and praying you don’t find out about it—and that’s okay. It takes all kinds to make a world—shills included.
Look, it’s nothing personal. It’s not even political. We just don’t want to be tagged like an animal and forced to take an unproven and potentially dangerous injection that we don’t need. Also, we don’t want our offspring to be tagged and injected—that too. That’s actually the most important thing. In general, we just want to be able to live a quiet, normal life without being swine-herded by morons. Is that too much to ask?
If you want to be treated like a human, you are our brother/sister/whatever
This brings us to an important topic we wanted to briefly discuss: if you have misgivings about world governments feeding the most basic human rights through a woodchipper, you are our friend. Ally. Comrade. Hot stepmom. Whatever you want to call it. We like you.
We say this because sometimes ideology gets in the way of the basics and prevents people from seeking common ground. What this blog advocates for—the preservation of comically rudimentary human dignity—seems like something most not-insane people can all agree on.
We’re all coming at this from different angles. Different backgrounds. Different political and religious beliefs. Different ideas about what is “happening” and how it happened. Different tastes in clot-shots, even.
None of these differences should matter right now.
If you are pro-basic human dignity, we will break bread with you. No questions asked. No explanations or purity tests needed.
And that’s it. That’s all. We keep it pretty simple here at Edward Slavsquat.
More Edward in 2022??
We might start blogging full-time. A final decision will be made at the end of this month. If we decide to do it we will have to start begging for money. Sorry, that’s just how it works.
The month of January will be used to prove to you (and ourselves) that Edward Slavsquat is a useful and entertaining internet destination. One that maybe some people would support financially with rubles or Sbercoin or whatever spare change they have lying around.
Our goal is to aggressively increase daily output to around 5 blog posts per day [Edit: we’ve been persuaded that this is way too much. So closer to three posts per day — Edward]. Maybe less on the weekends. We don’t think we will send out a newsletter for each story—probably just one email every 24 hours containing the day’s most important story. This means you might have to periodically check-in with us to see the latest content. That might seem like a hassle but we don’t want to bombard people with half a dozen emails every day. That’s discourteous.
The aim would be to cover a few noteworthy events each day without getting into too much depth. These would also be more “entertaining” posts, probably.
Then there will be one or two articles that are more focused on relaying hard, cold depressing facts. Straight-laced blogging.
Once or twice a week we will also publish longer feature-type stuff. These will also be more informational and less “look at what these idiots did.”
We think this might be a good compromise since there seems to be mixed feelings about the “tone” used here.
There are obvious advantages to simple, straight writing. And we will do more of it.
But people need to understand something: the politicians and media goons who are shilling vaccines and cattle tags are Very Serious. You cannot out-serious them. You should not even try. They hide behind Being Serious because that’s all they have. It’s just gaslighting. Their arguments are trash. All they have is “I’m a very serious person so you should listen to me.” But it’s just a bluff.
We should point that out. Repeatedly.
Because at the end of the day, you don’t need to think too hard to disapprove of what is going on in Russia and everywhere else. It’s not even a cerebral exercise. It’s a “do you have a soul or not” situation.
It would be like if you saw someone throw a puppy off a cliff and said: “this certainly looks bad but I better consult with the experts before making up my mind.”
Don’t do that. They’re scammers.
Happy New Year. It’s going to be a weird year.
To celebrate, here’s a fun sing-along made by cherished reader and friend, Lil' Kremlin: