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Just Say No—To Masks!

The old saw that goes “Fool me once, shame on you; fool me twice, shame on me” has never applied more

COVID-19, part one, was bad enough. Now, we are reading and hearing in numerous places that COVID-19, part two, is in the offing.

In many ways, it has already begun with yet another COVID variant, BA.2.86, a highly mutated strain reported in Michigan, as the handy excuse.

Welcome back masks, lockdowns, social distancing, required vaccinations for work, boosters without end, the banning of easy (inexpensive) solutions such as ivermectin, unbelievable fortunes being made by pharmaceutical companies and their executives, school closings, our dumbed-down children increasingly falling behind grade level while friendless and living life through their smartphones, myriad small business bankruptcies, all our major cities in astonishing decay, riddled with crime, phony subsidies creating yet more inflation, families alienated from each other, isolation, depression, heavy drug usage, suicide and, most of all, extreme government control, either through the World Health Organization (in league with China) or the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention—the last being the underlying intention of it all.

This is communism through health care, which some say Vladimir Lenin himself envisioned as the most efficient way to achieve his goal.

Notably, this is beginning again just at the moment our country is finally emerging, at least to some small extent, from the so-called pandemic.

We can’t allow this repeat to take place. It’s up to us to stop it. We can refuse to comply—we must refuse.

This is a time for all to read or reread Henry David Thoreau’s “Civil Disobedience.” If this goes forward as it is pervasively rumored, it would be a classic case of what the 19th-century author described—civil (government) law in conflict with higher law.

Forget beer cans. Are you ready for a national mask boycott?

Astonishingly, this is occurring after the Cochrane Library—the supposed sine qua non for assimilating medical research studies—told us there was barely a difference, if any at all, between those who wore masks and those who didn’t in contracting the virus.

Further, Switzerland, of all places, home to many of the biggest pharmaceutical companies in the world, recently is no longer recommending the vaccines, even for those considered at high risk.

Thirdly, due to a recent lawsuit from three doctors, the Food and Drug Administration just acknowledged what most of us knew all alongthe vastly cheaper ivermectin worked against COVID.

Third World countries that couldn’t afford the expensive shots used ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine and did better than we did.

Fourthly, we have Robert F. Kennedy Jr. to thank for his exhaustive, heavily footnoted book on Dr. Anthony Fauci that documents just how much this man has worked against the public interest and on behalf of his own for so many decades.

If you haven’t read “The Real Anthony Fauci,” you owe it to yourself to make the effort. Plus, Kennedy has a new one coming up in October intimately related to all this: “The Wuhan Cover-Up: And the Terrifying Bioweapons Arms Race.”

I could go on and on, but since you are Epoch Times readers, you have no doubt read many of our esteemed medical contributors (Drs. Scott Atlas, Jay Bhattacharya, Robert S. Malone, Harvey Risch, Peter McCullough, among many others just as eminent) or seen Jan Jekielek’s interviews with them.

Separately and together, they have clarified much of what we have been confronting, yet here we go again. How to explain that?

Most would prefer to “go along to get along,” rather than to confront authority or even to give up old habits, no matter how miserable.

I know I have felt that way at times and suspect that most people have. Affecting change, however, entails confronting that feeling, confronting the coward in yourself.

What we are dealing with in our country are many, possibly a majority.

It’s our job now to help them not live in health care slavery. It won’t be easy. It will take a lot of patience with frightened and habituated people. But it’s our calling now—like it or not.

How to do it, however, is not that difficult, at least to start with.

Channel Nancy Reagan.

Just say no—to masks! (And the rest of the fascist idiocy that goes along with them.)

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  1. A priest and nun are playing golf. The nun sinks her putt easily. The priest taps the ball too hard. It rolls to the hole, turns at the edge and rolls away.

    The priests eyes turn red. GODDAMMIT! I MISSED!

    The nun is visibly shocked but holds her tongue.

    On the next hole, the nun again sinks her putt. This time the priest takes too gentle of a swing. The ball rolls up to the edge and stops.

    The priest smashes his club on the green. GODDAMMIT! I MISSED AGAIN!

    The nun glares at the priest and tells him, “Father, if you take the Lord’s name in vain again, may he strike you dead on the spot.”

    The priest grumbles and moves to the next hole. Again the nun sinks her putt. This time the priest taps the ball right past the hole.

    The priest shakes his fist at the sky. GODDAMMIT! I MISSED!

    A gust of wind blows across the green. Clouds roll into the sky blotting out the sun. Thunder rumbles. The priest looks worried. The nun folds her arms and sneers smugly at the priest.

    A bolt of lightning strikes from the clouds and hits the nun, killing her instantly.

    The wind blows like a hurricane. A loud voice echoes across the land. GODDAMMIT! I MISSED!

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