The COVID-19 coronavirus lockdown has brought about unexpected changes in the fabric of America. Whomever is behind the evil events that have transpired around the globe in the past five months knows what will come next. Forced vaccination? Welfare payments for all? Permanent school closures?
The federal government created this mess with its lockdown, so now the populace is only left to plea to government for relief. Any resistance to government, which is what this country was founded upon (limited powers) has been thrown to the winds. The last whimper of resistance came from a President who advised what the nine most terrifying words in the English language are: "I'm from the government, and I'm here to help." -Ronald Reagan
Somewhere in the following two catch phrases, we realize Americans have lost any resistance in dealing with the overreach of government:
"If we have to kill 12 people to save 1 human life, it will have been worth it." – Unknown
"Necessity is the plea for every infringement of human freedom. It is the argument of tyrants; it is the creed of slaves." – William Pitt
We are at a disadvantage. We can only be reactionary and defensive. Like a friend of mine said, when you go up to bat in baseball you have to realize the pitcher has the advantage. He knows what is coming next, you don't.
The flip side of the coronavirus lockdown
But there is another ironic side to this unprecedented social engineering project that is underway.
Who would have ever thought that mothers, fearful of their children being infected with the COVID-19 coronavirus, aren't thinking of taking their kids to the doctor for shots after the epidemic is over.
Who would have thought that doctors, fearful of getting infected by their patients, are retiring for good, ushering in an era of self-care.
Who would have thought the masses would be taking vitamins instead of Big Pharma's drugs to protect against the COVID-19?
Who would have thought that parents may not be taking their kids back to school come Fall and have decided to homeschool.