Who remembers Temple Grandin, the animal behaviorist with autism? She designed less fearsome cattle slaughter mazes which allow cattle to calmly approach the point of no return: the point at which they step into place for slaughter. They then get a fatal bullet or bolt to the brain. This author calls Grandin’s cattle mazes “Weaponized Architecture.”
You don’t have to see the architecture to be participating in it.
COVID lockdowns employed an invisible weaponized architecture. Not only did we fail to identify the architecture, we have also collectively failed to identify the point of no return. The point of no return for humans is when we collectively accept the vaccine passport. The strategy uses incrementalism to prevent us from seeing what is happening. COVID lockdowns were to push us further down the maze, but not to the very end. Mass adoption of the vaccine “passport” will be the point of no return. The vaccine passport may sound benign enough to some, but it’s the springboard for something a lot more sinister.
Alix Mayer is Chairman and co-founder of Free Now Foundation, since April 2023. In the 1990s, at the age of 29, Alix ran a worldwide research group at Apple until the Hepatitis B vaccine physically disabled her and gave her brain damage. She calls her decades-long disability her “Runner-up Darwin Award” for not researching vaccines prior to rolling up her sleeve. After gaining a substantial recovery, she worked as a health consultant for a decade, before retiring and volunteering 100% of her time to serve on the Board at Children’s Health Defense and co-found the California Chapter of CHD, where she served as Board Chairman.
Alix’s presentation on the creation of the fake “Supra-emergency” to suspend our Bill of Rights during lockdowns was recognized by Dr. Mercola as one of his “Best of 2022” interviews. She has also been interviewed by Steve Kirsch, Steve Bannon, Mike Adams of Natural News, and many others. She speaks regularly, including on Clay Clark’s Re-Awaken America tour, Defeat the Mandates LA, COVIDCON, and at many rallies and protests.
Alix grew up in the Oscar Mayer family. She is a graduate of Duke University (BA) and the Kellogg Graduate School of Management at Northwestern University.