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  • Writer's pictureDale Hanks

Swallowing the Camel

While scanning the daily news over the weekend, I came across a headline that jumped out at me; "Transgender golfer Hailey Davidson wins women’s event, increasing chances of potential LPGA card."


This didn't really come as a surprise, because biological men playing women's sports has been a controversial topic for some time.

But in reading the commentary about this story, I came across the following tweet by renowned author and psychologist, Dr. Jordan B. Peterson:

"There is literally no bigger lie than a man can be a woman. If you swallow that, no future camel will choke you."

The camel analogy intrigued me; and in looking up the meaning online, I found that it is a reference to Bible verse, Matthew 23:24. Here, Jesus accuses the scribes and Pharisees (the religious elites of the day) of hypocrisy. The King James version translates his words as, "Ye blind guides, which strain at a gnat, and swallow a camel.”

With that historical understanding, Dr. Peterson's tweet made total sense. If we accept the huge lie that a man can be a woman, swallowing all the other lies (camels) the elites are pushing will be a piece of cake.

And speaking of pushing camels...

The World Economic Forum (WEF) has just wrapped up their annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland.

Every year in January, the unelected, global elites of the WEF meet to discuss and unleash their nefarious plans for the "common" people of planet Earth.

This year's theme for the meeting was "Rebuilding Trust."

But "rebuilding trust" is very difficult when it was never earned in the first place.

How can you build trust when you're being told that reality is one way, but you can clearly see with your own eyes that reality is the exact opposite of what you're being told?

For example, we have the elites telling us that open borders and illegal immigration are okay and the "right thing" to do for the sake of humanity. But even die-hard liberals in areas being overrun by illegals are starting to see that overwhelming the system is not a good thing for anyone.

The elites are also pushing the camel that public safety is not a problem. Yet, the average person can see with their own eyes that rampant crime is destroying the American way of life.

Another huge camel the elites are pushing is that climate change is an existential crisis and drastic measures must be taken to save the planet. Yet, the average person knows that globalist "solutions" to climate change will cause more damage and cost more human lives than the solutions save.

  • The WEF cites farming, fishing and energy production as "ecocide" and "crimes against nature," and preaches that laws should be passed to eliminate them.

Per it's thought that the word gullible might be derived from the verb gull, meaning, "to swallow." This would be a funny coincidence, as gullible describes an overly trusting person who tends to swallow whole the stories he hears.

"The camel once swallowed, the gnats went down easily enough.”


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Jan 27

Another great article, Dale. Each day becomes more and more scary. I find myself reminiscing over the “the good old days” more and more! I consider myself to be one who looks on the bright side but it is getting increasingly difficult. Having said that, I am still going to get up each day and enjoy doing what makes me happy!! Thank you for taking the time to research and write your blogs to educate and keep us informed regarding these daily occurrences affecting our lives.

Dale Hanks
Dale Hanks
Jan 28
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Thanks, Jerri!

Like you said, the key is to not focus on the negative, but to just stand strong for what we know is true. And getting up each day and doing what makes you happy is the key to staying sane in these crazy times.



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