Friday, April 17, 2020

The Pandemic Dictatorship

 Dr. Dan Eichenbaum - Autumn PATCON 2012
Dr. Dan Eichenbaum - Autumn NC PATCON 2012  

All of us are afraid of death.  Even those who have faith and believe in an afterlife of Heaven and Hell, fear the end of their own lives, at least to some degree.  When faced directly with our own mortality and after going through the well-publicized five phases of grief, most fantasize about and possibly even do some pretty strange and irrational things.  We could call that a type of temporary insanity, a momentary lapse of reason. 

There are members of our society, however, that routinely exhibit a total inability to assess facts and reach logical decisions, which is an integral part of their psychological nature.  In fact, that pathology forces them to support concepts based on illogical emotion rather than the constitutional principles that protect individual freedoms.  Since we have come to expect that type of thinking from some, we should not be surprised that the solutions they desire are unworkable, irresponsible, arrogant, and designed to further their elitist agenda to control the lives of others.

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