A profound essay by Gary Barnett, found on Henry Makow's website. Read all of it! Wonderful points made about human beings and the way we need to be... Click here for the rest.
Quote: "Once a society succumbs to the rule of tyrants, & allows their lives to be forcibly taken from them, a once real & pleasurable life is replaced by routine, isolation, and almost robotic monotony. In that environment, emotion and passion are not possible, and without emotion & passion, all that is left is hopelessness. That hopelessness leads to darkness, and a life empty and devoid of even simple pleasures."
What's gone from our normally social lives? The writer's list: No sporting events, no art shows, live music, banquets, fundraisers, charity events -- no functions whatsoever where people gather together to enjoy life. This even includes houses of worship. No going out to restaurants with family, friends, neighbors... Even though some are reopening, the ambiance is gone as Plexiglass shields and ridiculous distancing rules make for a cold and impersonal experience. Romantic dinners have become a thing of the past. ...
They have stifled our creativity, he says: It will take years to overcome the damage caused by the state's response to this manufactured crisis.
STAND UP FOR YOUR SIMPLE PLEASURES!