Covid-19 Pandemic Fear Vs Common Sense

 

World Health Organization

A blogger/ghostwriter that calls her-self Tammy recently read  some of my blog articles. She left a comment and a interesting question. She wanted my opinion and thoughts on the Covid-19 “Pandemic Fear Vs Common Sense? “That’s a good title, I wish I would have thought of it myself, but I’ll use it anyway!

What is a Ghost Writer? 

A Ghost Writer is a person that writes articles, material for other people or syndications and not necessarily taking the credit for their writing.

However, the question was, “Do I trust the media and our Politician’s for possibly causing or spreading the “Pandemic Fear,” or does our common sense play into the equation?

Roosevelt said, “The only thing we have to fear is fear itself.”

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Sunbathing Photos from the South During Covid-19

Traveling Tourist at Airport

I received some holiday photos of our extended American family. They were, sunbathing and enjoying the Christmas break in the sunny south. One day after the photos were taken, Dec 25 Christmas Day Ontario Canada was in total Coronavirus, Covid-19 lockdown. With a mandatory of face masks being worn outside your home. All business are closed for 30 days and, do not go outside unless you absolutely have to. “Orders from our Premier of Ontario.”

Short of Marshal Law, we are in total lockdown mode to help rid this virus.

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Warning Or Prediction about the “The Beast” PART 2

warning sign for conspiracies

Part two … The none believers of the Covid-19 say, ‘It has nothing to do with wearing a protective face mask,” It has all to do with losing control of your way of living, your rights. Being told to wear a protective cover is the silver bullet that starts people thinking and balking the system.

The shutdown bothers some of the general public so much; they are protesting, demonstrating against the wearing of mask policy. Right or wrong, it’s “Being told what to do.” Violating their civil rights, they want to decide for themselves to wear or not wear the protective garments, not told. Continue reading