Reports of deaths "from" COVID-19 are coming out again after a brief hiatus. It's no wonder. The media and governments have to keep us scared, and there must have been signs that our fear was wearing off. For those who become too petrified to think clearly after hearing or reading that someone "died", every report is going to make them think of doomsday. Actually, even the word "cases" is enough to scare us these days.
The CDC recommends that we start wearing a mask again even if we are vaccinated, even though masks cause us to breathe back in our own germs and are usually too loosely knit to stop microscopic respiratory viruses like SARS-COV-2. We're told the virus can spread asymptomatically because it spreads through our breath, then we're told to wear masks that allow us to breathe but somehow also stop the virus from spreading. How is that? If we took a moment to think instead of resorting right to fear, we'd see that it makes no sense.
The CDC's rhetoric is about controlling us, not the virus. Just in case, they say ... just in case we may be contagious, we need to wear a mask. This is not going to end unless we stand up against the tyranny. It's a farce. I can only hope that states, counties, municipalities, and businesses don't fall for these new guidelines. The "Delta variant" is just the latest reiteration of the CDC's and media's scare tactics. Listen to them if you want, but remember that you don't have to.
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How long are we going to live by their guidance? Don't let yourself be scared by them. Let truth, not the glare from the TV or computer screen, be your guiding light. Take a look at the real world around you. The experts, the internet and the media are not the only sources we have for finding out the truth. We rely on these sources so much that we often forget we can actually think for ourselves. We do in fact have the ability to use our own senses and our own minds to assess reality and information. Let's stop being automatons of big tech, big pharma, and big government, and let's start living and thinking autonomously.
The New York Times actually may be on to something as they point out the "mysteries" regarding COVID-19:
In India — where the Delta variant was first identified and caused a huge outbreak — cases have plunged over the past two months. A similar drop may now be underway in Britain. There is no clear explanation for these declines.
In the U.S., cases started falling rapidly in early January. The decline began before vaccination was widespread and did not follow any evident changes in Americans’ Covid attitudes.
In March and April, the Alpha variant helped cause a sharp rise in cases in the upper Midwest and Canada. That outbreak seemed poised to spread to the rest of North America — but did not.
This spring, caseloads were not consistently higher in parts of the U.S. that had relaxed masking and social distancing measures (like Florida and Texas) than in regions that remained vigilant.
Large parts of Africa and Asia still have not experienced outbreaks as big as those in Europe, North America and South America.
They say a possible reason for these "mysteries" is simply that all the measures the authorities and medical community have taken to curtail the virus have been innocuous, and so "we" (as a human race, I suppose) should have more humility when it comes to our pretentious belief that we can actually prevent a virus from taking its natural course. I agree, humility would be a good thing to have--but maybe more so for the experts and authorities themselves. It's hard to know who The NYT means by "we", but the socialist mindset does tend to regard the human race as some sort of collective swarm, or maybe more like a flock of sheep. The NYT may find it hard to believe that some of us can actually think for ourselves, and have known that the virus posed no serious threat to humanity from the beginning. We knew this because we don't just go along with whatever the experts say.
I want to encourage and empower Americans who feel compelled to stand against the widespread lies and tyranny being propagated in our beloved nation these days. Do not bow down to the intimidation of those who threaten you for what you believe. You have truth on your side. If God is for you, who can be against you? Justice is a formidable defense against threats to freedom. Stand for justice and have fortitude. The main thing that allows tyrants to rule is fear. They will keep instilling fear in people in whatever way they can. Whether it's the threat of riots, a virus, defaming you on social media, or whatever else, they'll find a way to scare you into complying. You're going to feel the fear if you stand up for truth and justice, but you need to stay strong for the sake of our free nation, for the sake of truth.
Just think of all the lives that will be lost if you don't stand up for freedom and truth. People have died of starvation due to the lockdowns. They're dying because of delayed cancer treatment. There have been increases in suicide, drug abuse, overdose. People have been hospitalized and have died from the vaccine that was never needed in the first place. I stand by the belief that more people have died from our inhumane attempts to contain the virus than have died from the virus itself. Don't let them fool you. When they tell you that you could be saving lives by complying with their standards, recommendations, and mandates, keep in mind that more lives are likely being lost due to our compliance with them.
It'll only get worse if we don't stand up against these tyrants. They're just going to grab more and more power if we the people don't stop them, just like they did when they first required just a few weeks of lockdowns, which turned into months, then required everyone to wear masks, and then made us lockdown again. You give them an inch, they take a mile. Once they notice that they can control you, they'll just keep implementing controlling elements into your lifestyle. So you need to stand against it if you want to keep your freedom. You need to show them they can't do this. Stay strong. Keep going.