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The coronavirus will be used as an excuse to take away more of our rights

Friday, April 30, 2021 - 21:00

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In the name of national security due to the extreme pandemic facing the country, more of our individual rights will be lost. Sweeping surveillance and government control was instituted after 9/11. The same will happen due to the coronavirus, only on an even greater level. The U.S. government has already initiated martial law. All citizens are to conform to government mandates. If they don't, they will be heavily fined or even imprisoned. U.S. security forces will be deployed to enforce these mandates locally with all city, county, and state police forces. Mandated behavior will most include forced vaccinations, quarantine, intense surveillance, and restriction on any movement not authorized by government and health officials. Questioning authorities will not be allowed, and all Internet and communication services will be fully monitored, controlled, and censored.

Don't think this is possible? There are already laws that allow all individual rights to be suspended, and full government control over the population, to be enacted in case of emergency. It is called the Model State Emergency Health Powers Act (MSEHPA), and it authorizes "state health officials and their designees to take control of people, property, health care, communications and more in a public health emergency." This act, drafted by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, changes all public health laws. The ruling elite will capitalize on this crisis and have the legal ability to do so. Due to the crisis and the fear and panic it creates, dependence on the authoritative ruling class will vastly increase. Panic and uncertainty lead to a weak and compliant society, one easy to control. That is exactly what those in power want. This is why they, and the media they control, are fueling fear, panic, and hysteria. It works in their favor.


Submitted by Tsegereda Mulugeta on Sun, 04/05/2020 - 21:26