Beware the Easy and Convenient Trap

April 14, 2023 at 10:35 AM 4 comments

Years ago, when I’d go hunting with my dad. he would find a place in the woods that he felt was a good place to sit and wait, to become part of the surroundings by remaining still, speaking with a very low volume and not making any quick movements. This means wild animals are less likely to notice.

Like human beings, wild animals like the easy and convenient way to a meal. So when hunting with my father, he’d often have a wooden animal call that tended to sound like an injured animal. Other animals hearing this would think, “Oh, an animal is hurt. I’m hungry so there wouldn’t be much of a risk to me.” When that animal got close enough and it was the animal my dad was waiting for, he would shoot it. The animal had been tricked into thinking that there was an easy meal ahead and not much energy would need to be expended to satiate its hunger. It was wrong, all based on the animal thinking getting lunch or dinner that day was going to be easier and fairly convenient. The whole thing turned out to be a trap for the animal, resulting in the loss of its life.

Animals and human beings are not all that different in some respects. People also like things that are easy and because of that, we tend to fail to see that ease and convenience often ends up being a trap for us, creating harm. There are many things in life that purport to be easy and convenient, but when it comes down to it, they’re really not either.

My wife and I were shopping at a sporting goods store not long ago. As I walked toward the area I was interested in, a gentleman who had a booth set up asked me if I’d like the chance to win a $20,000 vacation. I stopped, looked at him and said, “If I won, I’d then have to pay taxes on that $20,000 vacation value because the government would count that $20,000 as “earned income.” The man just looked at me and made some comment that didn’t really answer my statement, turned around and walked back to his booth.

A short time later, I was with my wife and we again passed by the same booth except this time there was a woman with the man. She saw me and started her spiel, only to be interrupted by the man who warned her that I wasn’t interested. I’m sure he did that because there were other customers nearby and he didn’t want them dissuaded because of anything I might say. There is almost always some type of “hook” that’s behind the “worm” used to attract our attention.

Consider the original 9/11 when thousands of people were killed in the World Trade Center towers. Because of that tragedy, Americans became incensed and the government responded with a number of things including what they called “The Patriot Act,” which is not at all patriotic. It was an act that was designed to create Homeland Security and expand the powers of the TSA at airports. Now, going through security at an airport means you are a “terrorist” until you can prove that you aren’t because your 4th amendment rights have literally been set aside. The TSA now works like the IRS. Both agencies look at Americans as though guilty and it is the job of the person to prove their innocence. If you’ve ever been audited by the IRS, you know this first hand. Oh, they can be “professional” sounding, but in essence, the oneness is on the person to prove they have paid all their taxes owed. If not, fines and even prison time can be levied.

The Easy and Convenient Trap is when we, the people, constantly give up our rights and this is usually done as some form of Hegelian Dialectic. The government often creates the problem with a solution in hand. They direct it so that we, the people, cry out for a “solution.” Voila! The government then whips out the solution they had all along. Since the public demanded it, how could the government not give us what we wanted?

This same thing was done during CV because people cried out for the government to keep us “safe.” People unthinkingly went along with the lock downs, wearing face diapers, staying at least six feet away from people. Tons of people then stood in line to get jabbed once it became available. Turns out, that the CV jab may have been in the works even before CV came to the fore, according to numerous reports.

Because of the lock downs, many small businesses closed their doors permanently. Students stayed home and “zoomed” into their classrooms for “learning.” Tons of people were let go because they were unwilling to comply and roll up their sleeves for an emergency use jab that was and remains completely experimental. But it was all for our “safety” and presented to us in easy and convenient bites making things easier to swallow.

Safety is always connected to the “easy and convenient” trap. The government did everything they could to convince us that the CV jab was and is still needed. It was “free.” Convenient. Easy. But now we are seeing the percentages of people harmed or dead that may point to the problem with the CV jab. Yet, the same people who were telling us to jab up, then top up, are either in denial about any potential problems with the jab or simply refuse to talk about it. Never has society experienced this amount of “sudden deaths” in young people in such a short time, but government continues to ignore it. We may just be on the cusp of all the sudden deaths too, according to numerous medical professionals who have been warning society since the start.

But the government knows that by making things easy and convenient, a majority of people will go along. That’s human nature. So what’s next on the easy and convenient bill? CBDCs, which are central bank digital currencies. They’ve told us that physical money is “dirty,” and can spread disease, so best to get rid of it. They’ve told us that digital money is easy, convenient and safe from hacking. The powers that be want to make things as easy and convenient as possible for us so that we just cannot say no to their schemes. Once people realize what it’s all truly about after they sign on, they response will be, “Hey, this isn’t what I signed up for!” but it will be too late. J. D. Rucker lays it out nicely in an article on his Substack page. [1] CBDCs represent the path to totalitarianism and social credit scores, just like China. In essence, it’s the road to Technocratic control of every portion of every person’s life. You will lose anonymity and power over your life. Your decisions will be based on how to improve your credit score because if it starts to sink, the availability to your money can easily be turned off. CBDCs is not money you actually hold in your hand. It’s an electronic ledger controlled by central banking.

The Orwellian nature of CBDCs cannot be overstated. In a cashless society most people would be dependent on digital products for exchanging goods and labor, and this would of course mean the end of all privacy in trade. Everything you buy or sell or work for in your life would be recorded, and this lack of anonymity could be used to stifle your freedoms in the future.

Most people don’t get it just like they don’t seem to make a connection between all the “sudden deaths” and the jab or the millions of chickens that have perished, either by fire or culled because of alleged bird flu. Same thing goes for other livestock where deaths were questionable, like the recent 18,000 dairy cows who died in a massive explosion in Texas. How does that happen? It’s not that difficult to keep cows safe. Yes, they give off methane gas, which is why dairy farms use giant fans to disperse the methane. But consider 18,000 cows in a barn ready for milking. I realize that Texas does things the big way but that would have to be a tremendously huge facility for 18,000 cows to be in the same area of space at the same time. Cows don’t simply “combust” or “explode.” There has to be a trigger even if methane gas is present in large amounts. Do people really believe that cattle ranchers in Texas have no idea what they were doing? Think again.

People will believe, say and do things that make them feel the most comfortable to avoid having to deal with their cognitive dissonance. People who eagerly took the CV jab felt comfortable because they believed the lie that it would end the pandemic, keep CV from spreading to others and themselves, and ultimately, so that they would be “safe.” Yet, these were all lies. No one during any previous flu season got a flu jab so that others wouldn’t get the flu. They got it because they didn’t want to get the flu. No one during any previous flu season wore masks in public to protect other people. I don’t even remember people wearing masks previously, certainly not en masse as done during CV and many still are wearing them.

The easy and convenient trap is best used by creating fear that points to be only one possible escape route. People then are easily manipulated toward that one route. Those who buck the system are then looked at as “conspiracy theorists,” “anti-vaxxers” and people to be avoided and pushed to the fringes of society. Many wished for the deaths of those who did not buckle under and offer their arms in sacrifice to the great god Pharma.

Being a committed Christian today is neither easy or convenient and Christians need to understand this. Truth itself is under attack and Christians side with God who IS Truth. All the lies accepted as truth permeating society are believed by most people and there is reward for believing lies. Lies push people down the easy and convenient path leading to “safety,” but how safe are things really when so many are suddenly dying or seriously injured? Too many would like to go back before they took the jab and not take it. I wish I could say this problem is solely in secular society, but it is now heavily ensconced in Christendom as well. Paul wrote about this to Timothy in 2 Timothy 4:3.

For the time is coming when people will not endure sound teaching, but having itching ears they will accumulate for themselves teachers to suit their own passions…

This was written roughly 2,000 years ago and here we are today seeing it in action. People want to hear things that make them feel good about themselves, which is why there are mega-churches with severely watered down doctrine today. It’s the age of Laodicea coming alive before our very eyes. People today want comfort, ease, convenience and especially safety. Christians and those professing to be Christian can also succumb to this way of thinking. Too many go out of their way today to find a Bible teacher or pastor who will go overboard in affirming the people in the congregation. It keeps people returning and opening their wallets.

Next time you come to a fork in the road, one marked “easy and convenient leading to safety” and the other marked “tougher but correct,” weigh the consequences and benefits of each before stepping out. Chances are good that even though one direction is more difficult, it’s probably the best choice.



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4 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Susan Rasmussen  |  April 15, 2023 at 4:58 PM

    Preach it loud. So very true.

    Liked by 1 person

    • 2. modres  |  April 15, 2023 at 4:59 PM

      Thx Susan. Imagine if the majority of ppl saw the reality.


  • 3. truthseeker135799  |  April 15, 2023 at 5:12 AM

    Enter ye in at the strait gate: for wide is the gate, and broad is the way, that leadeth to destruction, and many there be which go in thereat. (Matthew 7:13)

    Liked by 1 person


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