I was thinking of rights and who has the “right” to do what to who. Some say we do not have the right obtain services from those serving the general public unless we bow to certain dictates. For instance, some will not serve you unless you are in shirt and shoes which is for safety (protecting your feet) and decency (at a barely minimal modest decorum). They say a barefoot or deshirted individual has no right to “force” someone to cater to them as they do to the general shoed and shirted public. This I can understand, for it makes sense. It does not negatively affect our health or go against any known religion.
Suppose those obliged to serve the public, and prevented from discriminating against others by law, insisted that they must not wear a turban or a kippa. Would the Muslims and Jєωs not have the “right” to “force” those serving the general public to serve them?
Suppose those obliged to serve the public, and prevented from discriminating against others by law, insisted they only serve those who could walk through the doors so that those who were bound to a wheelchair could not be served. Would the handicapped not have the “right” to “force” those serving the general public to serve them?
Suppose we could not see our parents in rest homes because we did not agree to suffocate ourselves. Who would have a legitimate “right” to prevent that? How would we then be “forcing” anyone to do anything that they do not have to do? Do they think the masking will magically end if no one resists?
As we know, breathing is vital for life. To reduce oxygen negatively effects the brain, lungs, heart, and blood. This results in headaches, in an increase or worsening of headaches, and strokes. An increase in respiratory problems, and heart problems. For many an increase of anxiety. The lack of oxygen to the blood can result in a benign cancer becoming active and spreading and increases the chance of getting cancer for those who do not have it.
One could say that one of the most basic God given rights is to breathe unencuмbered. Once we give that right away, what right do we have left?
We are fighting not only for our own rights, but for the rights of those in stores and health centers who seek to take away that right from us. Those who have to wear the demonic ritualistic face covering all day. Those who get bacteria on their face, and in their mouth and gums and breathe the stuff in their own eyes because of the forced face diaper wearing. Those who die the slow death which results from hypoxia and hypoxemia because they succuмb to the tyranny and do not try to stem it.
Who was it that said evil prevails not so much because of evil people, but because of good people who are not good enough? Perhaps when seeing those standing up for the most basic God-given rights of all, we should, instead of claiming they are crazy or ego driven, try to support or emulate them. At the very least, we should avoid speaking out against those who are trying to help us all. We do not support those who refused to give us service (but will serve us now if we chose not to suffocate ourselves). Such as when we entered restaurants when they just opened and no one else was there. And they would not let us walk from the hostess stand to the table a few feet away unless we wore the suffocation device, to only immediately take it off to drink our water. We will never support Ruth Chris, Outback, Red Robin or Costco again. If enough people hit those that feel the need to enforce tyranny where it counts this world would be a much better place. If the puppets in-between the Tyrants and the people they serve would look to themselves and not try to enforce bad health on others the world would be a much better place.
What would happen if everyone stopped flying when they started treating everyone as if they were a terrorist, if everyone stopped supporting the most tyrannical of corporations, if all employees walked out rather than succuмbing to tyranny, forcing the corporations to recant rather than cease existing? There is something about “united we stand and divided we fall” saying that has an accurate ring to it.
Indeed, breathing and not allowing ourselves to be injected with poison is not putting a burden on anyone.
We have a right not to submit to totalitarian control whether they seek to control our breathing or what we put in our very veins. Being that majority group called the human race has both the right to breathe and to have control over what enters their veins without being discriminated against for that reason. If they did not have that right, then rights are a thing of the past.
Do we not want our children to grow up in a world where they can walk about freely without being forced to suffocate themselves? Do we want them to live in a world where they will not be able to support themselves unless they can be forcibly injected with a potential witch’s brew? If not, then what are we doing to delay or prevent that from happening?