by Matt Agorist, The Free Thought Project:
Nick Koutsobinas — On October 6th, it was a Friday, and I was in Tampa. I hadn’t thought about the war in Ukraine in nearly a day, mostly because I had just been robbed. But on October 7th, all that changed.
A premonition struck me at that moment — a gut feeling — the same gut feeling I had writing about Ukraine and the COVID vaccines, about the social media censorship during lockdowns; I remember thinking — reflecting on the week prior how all the momentum of leaving Ukraine and finally rebuilding toward American prosperity, and putting our interests as a nation above all others had just vanished, poof.