It is highly disturbing how many people are willing to give up their freedom, for the opportunity to be lazy instead of productive or effective. I understand some people actually believe the nonsensical propaganda pushed as the "pandemic" threat. It is alarming that some believe that their government is benevolent, and means to use this power for our own good. They are dangerously wrong to buy the narrative. Even if it was as deadly as it was originally predicted - the trade of liberty is not even close to worth it. Once they have conditioned people to this kind of control, do you really think they will let you live out your days quietly? What about mandated behavior modification? If they can make you wear a mask, why can't they make you wear a uniform, or nothing at all? If they can make you take a vaccine, why can't they take your kidney, because someone else needs it more, (do you want the neighbor to die?) If they can make you stay home, why can't they make you work for "free"? If they can limit your movement, why wouldn't they compel your movement to a specified location later? Either end of the spectrum is controlled behavior. Isolation wears down intellect and reason.
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