Social Distancing Long-Term Negative Side Effects

Social Distancing is a euphemism for Social Isolation. It was a technique that was developed about 70 years ago by the CIA and they found that it was really, really good at breaking down enemy’s of the state.

It creates depression, poor sleep quality, impaired executive function, accelerated cognitive decline, poor cardiovascular function, and impaired immunity.

All of these things I think we can agree we don’t want anyone to experience, not least our own children.

Social Distancing doubles your risk of death if you’re black, it almost doubles your risk of death if you’re white, and the harm you get for enacting Social Distancing and Social Isolation on someone is the same as if they were very, very obese. Moreover, it destroys the part of the brain that is actually responsible for learning, in our children and ourselves, which is known as the ventral striatum.

Medically speaking what more recent studies have shown is the equivalent of smoking 15 cigarettes a day and being an alcoholic. So put simply, we’d be better of lobotomizing our children, handing them a pack of cigarettes, a fifth of whiskey and then sending them into home room then we will be then by Socially Distancing them this fall.

I want to go back now to the beginning of when this Social Distancing was developed by the CIA. In 1951, the CIA held a secret meeting at the Ritz Carlton in Canada and it was a meeting with Doctors present who had ties “to the US, UK, and Canadian military forces.”

The work in that meeting and subsequent meetings led the CIA to realize that Social Distancing and Social Isolation techniques “were the ideal way of breaking down a prisoner” and were “as effective at destroying the brain function of the prisoner as if the prisoner were beaten, starved or deprived of sleep.”

Senator John McCain who spent over five years as a prisoner of war in Vietnam and had all of his arm and leg bones broken multiple times and who was also by turn exposed to multiple rounds of Social Distancing from is fellow Prisoners of War (POW’s), had this to say about Social Distancing and physical torture. On Social Distancing he said, “It’s an awful thing. It crushes your spirit more effectively than any other form of mistreatment.

150 other naval aviators who were also held as POW’s during Vietnam, came home from the war and echoed what John McCain had said. They said, “It was as torturous and agonizing as any physical abuse they suffered,” to be separated from their fellow American GI’s.

The UN Mandela Rules actually now prohibit the use of more than two weeks or 15 days of Social Distancing and Isolation, classifying it as “cruel and inhumane treatment” and basically a war crime.

I want to look briefly at where this six foot rule came from because it seems sort of magical in this time of COVID. So, it turns out that this 6 foot rule comes from England where a lead researcher came out in the press and admitted that “officials had told him they did not think the British population would not understand what one meter or three feet was” and “we could not trust the British people to observe it, so we doubled it to be on the safe side.” He went on to state, “the two meter rule was conjured up out of nowhere” and he concluded by referring to it as a “rule of thumb” rather than a scientifically proven measure.

Casting even more doubt on the lack of science underlying the six feet rule is a recent study in which researchers found that “preventive Social Distancing can increase the final epidemic size of the population level and thus have negative effects for the community at large.”

You heard that right. Preventive Social Distancing can make the epidemic worse and increase the size of the population.

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