The necessity to control mass population in order to execute a political agenda is familiar from history.
During the 20th century, for example, both National Socialist Germany and the Soviet Union understood that indoctrinating the youths of their nations was the key to regime success.
Today’s youth appear to have been similarly brainwashed into being terrified of Covid-19, despite the fact that the virus has little effect on young people. Cases in point: I am most often scolded, chased down, or harassed by younger people when I dare to enter a business massless, in defiance of the needless local mandate.
I do get a certain number of adult busybodies threatening to deny me service (even though I qualify as medically exempt), but it’s mostly the younger demographics that seem desperate to conform.
It’s remarkable that forty years ago, it was our nation’s youth that refused to comply with authority. 1960’s America was about defying the Establishment. How did we get here?
Children under 17 account for 6.3 million positive tests in the U.S., out of 51.2 million in total. That’s 12 percent of the total cases for a group that represents about 25 percent of the total population. However, it has proven impossible to determine the number of cases that are symptomatic, and how many children had the Delta variant, which usually presents with fewer symptoms than the original strain.
Just under 700 children have died, nearly all of them as a result of multiple co-morbidities.
That’s the data. So why are kids so afraid? What we’re witnessing in America is the inevitable result of three trends.