Life under the Flu D’Etat is not Worse than Death, but this anonymous essay is most thought-provoking.
Our fear of death has created a life that is worse then death.
We have a world without touch. Without smiles. Without normal human interaction. We are dying from the inside out.
Years ago, Romanian orphanages were overcrowded and understaffed. They were run like factories where the babies and toddlers were fed, dressed, and essentially cared for, but unloved and untouched. It was shown their brains didn’t develop properly from the lack of touch and loving interaction.
Currently we have a sea of masked faces. Anonymous beings without expression. Avoiding touch and interaction for fear of catching a virus that ironically has a 98% recovery rate. A virus that because of media hype and conflicting directives has become equated with death.
The ultimate contradiction is being told ‘wearing a mask saves lives’ while it is in fact killing us. I don’t mean physically killing, but psychologically and emotionally.
The longer this drags out (or we give in to it), the worse the long term repercussions will be. What are babies and toddlers ‘learning’ in this world? They have lost their landmarks of how to distinguish friend or foe. There are no expressions to differentiate between the two. One person is the same as another. That is going to either create a realm where they fear no one or fear everyone. Neither of those are going to amount to healthy children.
It has also created a huge upside for those nefarious individuals who kidnap and traffic children. With the anonymity of masked faces, it makes it much easier to take a child and walk right off with them. Even the children may not notice the difference until it is too late!
Whether masks are effective or not effectiv, no longer matters. What does matter is what this is doing to our lives. We can’t continue to fear death while forgetting how to live.
We have the option to take our lives back. To stop this zombie apocalypse and start living again. Death will always be with us. We can’t stop living because we fear death.