Just this week, a college in Atlanta made an announcement about the reinstatement of mask mandates for both students and faculty members on their campus. In Los Angeles, the Lionsgate film studio has issued a directive for their crews to resume wearing masks.
Meanwhile, the Biden administration is actively procuring Covid-related equipment and recruiting pandemic “safety protocol” officers. Additionally, the federal government is allocating $1.4 billion to defense contractors and pharmaceutical companies for the development of further Covid “countermeasures” and vaccines. The persistent course of these actions seems relentless, prompting the question: Will this seemingly irrational behavior ever cease?
The persistence of the Covid-related fervor shows no signs of abating. It’s conceivable that two decades down the line, we might still be preparing for the next lockdown and queuing up for our hundredth booster shot. And why should it stop? Biden’s Project NextGen is evidence that lessons from the previous set of pandemic restrictions have not been internalized. Remarkably, even the British government, a notable enforcer of lockdowns and vaccinations, is refraining from pursuing these avenues.
A sense of frustration is growing among the general populace, and a resistance movement is emerging. According to CDC data, only 17% of Americans have received their Covid booster shot. Constant exposure to alarmist narratives about new variants and potential future lockdowns has led many Americans to adamantly reject the encroaching tyranny.
Yet, it’s easier to voice dissent online than to summon the courage to defy compliance in the face of societal pressure, criticism, and the reproach of those around us.
I’m intimately familiar with the struggle. I resided in Los Angeles for the majority of the Covid pandemic, enduring one of the cities where the strictest measures were implemented. Each day became a test of patience. Every trip to a grocery store prompted mask mandates. Entry to bars was denied without a vaccine card, reported The Telegraph.
Passersby maintained a strict six-foot distance and averted their gazes. It was an arduous environment not only for individuals like me who stood against mandates and tyranny but also for those who complied. And now, Biden intends to revisit these measures?
Resisting the mandates, masks, and vaccine directives the first time around was an uphill battle, particularly when those enforcing these rules often disregarded them themselves.
The situation was novel, leaving us initially uncertain about the appropriate response. We lacked a comprehensive understanding of COVID-19 and its long-term implications. Nobody had all the answers. Yet now, we possess a clearer perspective. We’re aware that Dr. Fauci misled the public about the potential origins of the virus, dismissing the Wuhan lab leak theory as a “conspiracy.”
We recognize that mandatory mask usage had limited efficacy at best. And we’ve witnessed the detrimental impact of lockdowns on the mental well-being of young people.
Our course is clear: non-compliance. Surrendering our liberties in pursuit of momentary safety jeopardizes all that we hold dear, including our humanity itself.
I implore each person reading this to consider the risks we face by unconsciously walking into another disaster. Our jobs, our relationships, and even our futures hang in the balance if we fail to stand firm against Biden’s fear-inducing tactics. Courageously defending our right to live freely is our only viable choice.