This video made me break down and cry a long overdue cry. Once I started I began to cry more and more, until I was on the floor, calling out to God. This can’t be happening, is all I can think, when I can think. When the inhuman and insane rises to such levels the rational mind, unable to “make sense of it,” finally becomes a white foam, and at long last, tears come.
We are not a barbaric society, or a barbaric people. They are. But who are they? How did they eliminate all of our human base level rights and customs so fast, and so unceremoniously? (In fact, it wasn’t fast, but not everybody noticed all the ways they started by twists and turns to fleece us, with all their right-sounding insanities, over the decades and years; All in the name of modernity, progress, and monstrous constructs like “public health.” )
We are all partaking in a vast living experiment testing the limits of the human soul; At what point does it break?
At what point does it break and never come back?
What if that woman dies, in there, like this, not being able to touch her son? Imagine living a long life and doing everything you could to ensure your life would come to a dignified end, only to be kidnapped, held hostage, and tortured.
There is no way I can express the depth of my rage and horror at what they are subjecting our elders to.
The sadism is now normalized, to the point where soon there will be no such things as compassion in any form; It will be considered a “dangerous” prelude to an unsafe act, in the totalitarian new world of ‘virus’ phobia.
Meanwhile, the overall death rate for 2020 is shaping up to be lower than 2018 and 2019. These numbers were posted in a meme on social media:
Total Annual Deaths in the US:
2020: 2,033736 through Sept 24.
Hence: the total number of annual deaths for 2020 is on pace to be less than 2018 and 2019.
Liberal First published an article citing the total number of deaths for all causes in the US from 2016 to September 2020:
In 2016, a total of 2,744,248 Americans died, according to the CDC. Here are the death rates of the past four years:
2016 — 2,744,248
2017 — 2,813,503
2018 — 2,839,205
2019 — 2,855,000
As of midday Tuesday, Sept. 22, there had been a total of 2,08,226 deaths so far in 2020, and that includes the 50 states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico.