Absolutely! It’s called a Reality Check and the entire planet is long overdue for a big one! People are way too used to staring at one screen or another and checking out social media along with the big MSM; not a whole lot of cognitive activity in all of that! Herd or Mob Mentality is fine with Big Brother but they won’t allow Herd Immunity; go figure!
If we citizens of this planet show all of the elitists and power-monger psychopaths that WE WILL NOT listen or pay attention to their garbage anymore, Tune them OUT; what are they going to do? Would they destroy the entire human race, maybe nuke the planet to prove they are superior to us?
Duh, there are billions of us, so let them do whatever because in the process of them trying anything as asinine as attempting to subdue billions of people I can assure you we will get to them in that process; and there won’t be anything left to bury! French Revolution rings any bells?
Besides, if they are going all out for checkmate game over winner take all, what point would there be to live in a world with lowlife psychopaths like them ruling over us; I would rather check out long before things get to that point; so come and get me lowlifes!
This is a good DOSE of REALITY contained here in this reporting, follow the link; try it on for size! Take care!
God bless you!
Brother in Christ Jesus,
Lawrence Morra III
The pandemic will end when society decides to resume normal life rather than waiting for COVID “dashboards” to register zero cases, said the authors of an article published Tuesday in The BMJ.
“Pandemic dashboards provide endless fuel for news coverage, ensuring the constant newsworthiness of the COVID-19 pandemic, even when the threat is low,” wrote Peter Doshi, Ph.D., The BMJ senior editor, and David Robertson, a Ph.D. candidate in history at Princeton University.
“In doing so, they might prolong the pandemic by curtailing a sense of closure or a return to pre-pandemic life,” the authors wrote.
A BMJ analysis of the past century showed previous pandemics including the Spanish flu faded away gradually as societies “ceased to be all consumed by the pandemic’s shocking metrics.”
In the following decades, people resumed normal routines even amid brief spikes in flu deaths that exceeded pandemic levels.
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