What are the three signs we’re living in the darkest timeline?
The “darkest timeline” is a common phrase heard among fans of the TV show Community. Although it’s been off the air since 2015, it’s amassed a cult following in these days of binge-watching and streaming.
The idea refers to the “many worlds” or “multiverse” theory of the universe. Where in the context of the show, a simple rolling of the dice creates six new timelines.
And one of these timelines is dark. People die, lose limbs, fires break out, and presumably, corporate-state elites use an escaped bioweapon to leverage more wealth and power.
Although it’s a fictional concept, the idea that we could be living in the “darkest timeline” is fascinating. You don’t need to persuade Americans and Canadians that this may be the darkest timeline.
Americans may be facing the same electoral choices in 2024 as in 2020. Canada has a dangerously unqualified and ideological prime minister.
But incompetent or corrupt leaders are nothing new. What are the three signs we’re living in the darkest timeline? It’s not the politicians who we expect to lie and cheat.
It’s the bureaucracy. That unelected, unaccountable administrative, legal regime. They’ve lost their common sense, risking our liberty and prosperity.
Here are three examples.
3 Signs We’re Living in the Darkest Timeline
3. Alcohol and Cannabis are Bad. Opioids are Good
The opioid crisis is one of the three signs we live in the darkest timeline. No city in North America seems immune to its effects. People are living on the streets, setting up tents in parks, and doing drugs openly. Violent crime has skyrocketed.
Not a problem, according to the far-left. The drug-addicted homeless need weaker drugs to help them get off the hard stuff. No need for rehab, either. We’ll do it right out there on the street.
We just need your money whether you consent to it or not.
If this sounds like questionable reasoning to you, join the club. Recently one of these B.C. activists tweeted about a friend who went to rehab. They returned to Vancouver – clean – and died of a fentanyl overdose within the week.
His death proves why “we” need a safe supply. But Vancouver already has a safe supply. Not to sound too insensitive, but why was this person taking fentanyl when there’s a plethora of weaker opioids available for free via the taxpayer?
Could a taxpayer-funded supply of hydromorphone be saving some lives? Sure, it’s entirely possible that “safe supply” is working for some exactly the way lofty sociology professors said it would.
But, like all government actions, there are unintended consequences. One of which is addicts collect hydromorphone pills and sell them for fentanyl.
At least three different journalists have come to this conclusion. The recent report by Global News shows that it’s not just a rare anecdotal occurrence, as the activists claim.
Given the mounting evidence, Canada’s Mental Health & Addictions Minister said she is “aware” that there is an “issue” but that the ends justify the means.
In other words: who cares if teens are taking hydromorphone (basically, the strength of heroin) because they think it’s safe? At least they’ve been warned about ‘copycat’ cannabis edibles!
What About a Safe Supply of CBD?
One sign we’re living in the darkest timeline: every so-called “expert” on safe supply ignores the double-blind, randomized, placebo-controlled study showing how CBD reduces cravings for opioids.
If “safe supply” was genuinely safe and compassionate, they’d be handing out CBD capsules, not hydromorphone.
Instead, governments like to downplay the dangers of opioids and crank up the drug war on cannabis.
Nothing says we’re living in the darkest timeline like an out-of-control health bureaucracy freaking out about cannabis edibles but turning a blind eye to teens taking heroin-strength opioids.
We’ve demonstrated the public health crusade against cannabis ad nauseam. Whether it’s the economic illiterate calling for limits on THC or the busybodies making unsubstantiated claims about cannabis and mental health.
The messaging from the government is clear: they’d rather have you on opioids than cannabis.
When we exchange cannabis outside the legal regime, it’s “diversion,” and proceeds go to “organized crime.” When taxpayer-funded opioids are illegally distributed and sold, it’s “compassionate sharing.”
There is No Such Thing as a Safe Supply of Alcohol
Cannabis connoisseurs and alcohol enthusiasts tend not to overlap. Sometimes, one side even takes a negative view of the other. But as the saying in medical cannabis goes, “different strains for different pains,” so the same applies here.
If your idea of relaxing after work or on the weekend includes beer or vodka instead of cannabis, that’s fine. You do you.
Wait, my bad. “No amount of alcohol is safe to drink,” says the World Health Organization.
Since declaring the covid scam over, the WHO has moved its sights to alcohol. Just as they thought government policy could stop a flu virus, they believe they can ignore the history of alcohol prohibition.
And to their point, the darkest timeline would eliminate cash (see below). So if we’re in a world where all associations and exchanges are monitored and enforced by a smartphone and an algorithm, governments can limit how much alcohol (or cannabis) we can buy via technology.
I only bring it up because the WHO released a “guide for journalists” regarding alcohol. Never mind that a global bureaucracy shouldn’t be instructing journalists on how to report the news. This guide includes manipulated data, half-truths, and drug war propaganda the West hasn’t seen since the Temperance Movement.
With the WEF’s “young global leader,” Justin Trudeau, at the helm, Canada has already adopted the WHO’s alcohol guidelines. The Canadian Centre for Substance Use and Abuse (CSSA) released its report earlier this year that said if you have more than two drinks per week, you’ve got an alcohol problem.
This prompted the International Scientific Forum on Alcohol Research (ISFAR) to call Canada’s report “a pseudo-scientific amalgamation of selected studies of low scientific validity that fit their preconceived notions.”
No Fun Allowed In the Darkest Timeline
From promoting opioids as “safe” to demonizing a nontoxic natural medicinal herb to gaslighting millions of Canadians into thinking they’re alcoholics.
Public health has gone insane. It would not surprise me to learn that they’ve been consulting with PETA to craft nutritional guidelines regarding meat consumption.
This is one sure sign we’re in the darkest timeline.
3 Signs We’re Living in the Darkest Timeline
2. Excise Taxes & Pardons That Help No One
Another sign we’re in the darkest timeline is Joe Biden. I suppose I should expand on that, but I think “Let’s Go, Brandon” pretty much sums it up.
We’ve covered how his federal cannabis pardons help no one. But that hasn’t stopped the senior citizen from repeating the lie. One wonders if the old man truly believes he set people free.
Of course, three years into the Biden presidency, Americans are no closer to cannabis legalization. They can’t even pass banking legislation, negatively affecting Canadian cannabis companies.
Considering that Donald Trump signed the 2018 Farm Bill that legalized all minor cannabinoids, including delta-8 THC, one could easily make the case Trump did more for cannabis legalization than Biden.
In fact, if 2024 is Biden vs. Trump again, and Trump wants to win, he needs to point to the billions spent in Ukraine and ask why the Democrats didn’t spend that domestically.
As well as legalize cannabis.
But don’t legalize the way the Canadians did. As reported by MjBizDaily, Canada’s taxman is getting aggressive with cannabis excise debts.
As we’ve reported, Canada’s cannabis excise tax was designed by morons. It’s systemically bankrupting all the small-to-medium producers. Even the larger ones are losing money. But they can at least weather the storm.
Only in the darkest timeline does Canada Revenue Agency collect so much in taxes that they bankrupt the business they’re taxing.
It takes a special kind of stupidity to work for the government.
3 Signs We’re Living in the Darkest Timeline
1. Banking. Not Just for Cannabis. Banking in General.
Of course, our banking sector is the most significant sign we’re living in the darkest timeline.
As mentioned, the banks treat cannabis and cannabis companies like a pariah. This means American cannabis companies can’t take advantage of tax deductions; they have limited access to services like loans, lines of credit, and payment processing.
All this adds up to increased costs and inefficiencies. Additionally, it also means most American cannabis companies are cash-based operations.
But hang tight, cannabis entrepreneurs! Help is on the way. Not in the sense of passing banking regulation, like U.S. politicians keep promising to do.
But the “other” kind of help. The kind Ronald Regan called the most terrifying words in the English language.
Cannabis companies are dealing with large amounts of cash. Locked out of the banking system? No problem, we’ll just move to a digital economy.
“The Benefits of a Cashless Society,” writes the World Economic Forum.
“If the private and public sector can work together to harness the latest technology and realize the full potential of a cashless society, there will be enormous benefits,” states the article.
What kind of benefits? “If you visit China today,” says the WEF, “there’s a strong chance you’ll see people paying for things using facial recognition on their phones. This is a radical shift, but it’s just the beginning of the cash revolution.”
Scanning your face to buy cannabis. That’s the future the elites have for you. I don’t think I need to make a case that we’re in the darkest timeline.
The facts speak for themselves.
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