COVID-19: a blessing or curse?

I believe our media has been trying to brainwash us into submission.
Take away our core values like socialising with one another. That is pretty much who we are – we need to talk face to face and touch one another. A hug, makes all the difference – even holding hands.
A hand squeeze lets you know someone cares and that you matter to them and that they understand you.
It seems to me that they are trying to break us apart. Because one person on their own cannot do much – but together we can accomplish much. Divided we fall, united we stand!
This six foot distancing is doing irreparable damage, dividing families that live apart. Forbidding ones to be there when taking their last breath  - this is cruel and unjust punishment.
There must be a devious plan to divide and conquer us. Media has attributed all deaths to COVID-19. Don’t for a minute believe that. People are still dying from heart attacks, car crashes, strokes, old age and birth defects – not related to this virus.
You can fool some of the people some of the time, but you cannot fool all of the people, all of the time. Yes we are going to die but we do not have to live in fear.
We take our life in our own hands every time we drive our car, cross the street or just sit around.
I would rather do that in the company that I enjoy rather than all alone. United we stand, divided we fall. Some foreign entity is trying to destroy us.
Destroy our church, clubs, and social gathering places - and you take away the heart of the people. Take away our enjoyment in life and what do you have?

People who cannot get along and co-operate - what do you have? People who want to destroy everything that please others.
That is what the media has instilled. FEAR, DESTRUCTION, AND ANXIETY

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