Jedi Council Member
I'm sorry to hear about your grandmother.I´m a little behind the thread, but I just wanted to share some observations.
I´m currently in Croatia; we arrived last Thursday night because on Wednesday grandma has died. Suddenly, she was not sick, she died in her sleep, coroner says it was a hard attack - I think she died from sorrow and decided it´s time to move.
That topic is a swamp-topic, so I´ll stick to the COVID theme here.
We´ve traveled from Bonn, with one-stop, no one asked us anything, only checked our personal ID on borders.
In Croatia, all restrictions were lifted from Friday last week, so we managed to have a normal funeral on Friday.
When I came here it was like another reality on several levels; from plandemic point of view - here when you walk through the city - like nothing ever happened.
No masks anywhere, people are sitting in the sun outside the bars, in the stores, no one wears the mask.
Only in some bigger stores, you can see clerks wearing masks. Only people I saw with masks are Asians, and it was 2 people in these 10 days.
At the funeral, people were acting normal; hugging, griefing, they were close to each other, no masks,...
People we used to hang out is quite an "alternative crowd" (don´t know how else to describe them). No one I talked to, thinks that this plandemic is a real thing. They are furious and basically this all topic ended after 2 sentences like: "Don´t even mention this c****p!" and "This is unbelievable!"
So I´m kinda proud of my little town and seeing 15-20 people in one place, not buying MSM. Ok, the sources they follow are questionable and we didn´t go much into that, but the point is that they are not complete sheeple.
And then I had a video call with parents and teacher from my son´s 4th class; after cca 7 days completely out of this plandemic stuff, hearing the teacher and parents talking about social distancing and how we cannot plan a farewell party for the kids, it was like a cold shower.
At one point I told them that here in Croatia everything is normal, like nothing happened, and told them that it is still 3 weeks until the end of the school year and that the restrictions should/might be lifted by then.
They all were looking at me like I fell from Mars and just shook their heads in disbelief that stuff will change.
The teacher, of course, is allowed to do as the principal said and the principal is acting as the ministry says.
What to say....
Do you happen to know what the situation is in Bosnia? I've a friend who hasn't been able to get home, since her family live in Bosnia but her own passport is Croatian.
That's good that the Croatian people have seen right through this. Yugoslavs seem to have a better nose for bullshit than Westerners, and to be more willing to defy/ignore ridiculous government dictats. Here, trapped in a blue state with a Democrat governor holding us hostage in order to own the bad orange man, lockdown restrictions are only being very slowly lifted, with absolutely no indication that things will go back to normal. Masks are mandatory in stores, and not only does everyone go along with it, I even see people wearing masks on the street - even in the park! - where the masks aren't even mandatory.
Blue state Americans really are hypnotized sheep.