Connecting The Dots

Piece it together. 

1. Danger exaggerated – 0.1% fatality does not warrant authoritarian measures.

2. Tests are unscientific and unreliable.

3. Numbers are proven inflated. (Though even official numbers of global fatalities show this new virus is no more dangerous than the common, annual flu.)

4. Now, even faulty, unreliable testing is not required. “Probable cases” are counted as cases. Worse: If you have contact with a “probable case”, you are considered infected – and can be placed in quarantine or house arrest. Moreover, entire neighbourhoods, communities, states or provinces can be labelled as “endemic” – meaning they can be sealed off, and, anyone with any contact with such areas can be quarantined, or placed under house arrest.

5. Constitutional rights are indefinitely suspended.

Does this sound alarming? It should.


July 11, 2020

2 Responses to “Connecting The Dots”


    Sent from Rogers Yahoo Mail for iPhone


  2. jtoddring Says:

    Dood, you need a better moniker/pseudonym/handle! Toooo creepy! I know you, but people will mistake what you mean!

    But thank you, my friend. And I would like to hear your thoughts on the importance of constitutional law sometime, as a lawyer.

    And though I almost never answer the phone, for anyone, under the current circumstances, I say, call me!


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