As it is everywhere, the health directors, national and local, want their power back. Still, the governors in many states don’t want to return to the kind of authoritarian rule that gave health departments so much power during the first year of Covid. In Butler County, Ohio, where I live, the health director and bureaucratic officials have been working wherever they can to intimidate businesses and government establishments into CDC compliance for the sheer desire of wanting to boss someone around. So, of course, they are putting pressure on several local school boards in Butler County to implement mask mandates. In the satire above, which isn’t far from the truth, the Lakota school board is trying to figure out how to deal with the health director ahead of the meeting on August 23rd, 2021. The Lakota school system is being pressured by outrageous compliance to CDC guidelines or self-imposed mask mandates. It’s a rock and a hard place for Lakota. They either deal with the wrath of the Butler County Health officials, or they deal with the anger of the furious parents. And for this school board, at Lakota, it is way beyond their ability to deal with leaving them to pander to the squeaky wheel. So if you as a parent don’t want masks on your kids while in school, you better get to that meeting and be that squeaky wheel. Otherwise, the underhanded tactics of the health department are going to play their games of tyranny to establish authoritarian rule.
Of course, no matter what you think about Covid, there is zero to less proof that masks do anything but make the situation worse. That stupidity is for adults to sort out, but children should never be victimized to wear masks based on such flimsy science. If people want to wear them, have at it. Just as a casual observation, I’ve seen cultures wearing masks in Asian countries for years, and it’s always more about compliance than health. This attempt to mask the American population is just more of that imposition of eastern cultures on western cultures, just as the Beatles have been trying to do for years and many thousands of other sources attempting to tell us in the west that yielding to authority is the way to solve problems. No, it’s not. I had my family at the zoo recently, and they were trying to push the latest from the CDC, encouraging people to wear masks. Only a few dumb fools were doing so. My wife and I went to Costco to get a hot dog and a drink for our date night, and they were encouraging people to wear masks, forcing their employees to do so to put that peer pressure on people. But guess what, most people were not wearing the stupid masks, and I felt sorry for the dumb fools who fell for it. Yet all the trouble starts with these crazy lunatics in the local health departments who are hungry for their mall cop powers to be restored to them by governors who have lost their ability.
Andy Beshear, the governor of Kentucky, has been a disaster. He wants to force children to wear masks in school, but the supreme court now challenges him after William Bertelsman granted a restraining order on Beshear. These kinds of fights are happening all over the country, especially in Florida. The trend is against the tyrants, the health officials. Now that people have seen the game, there is no public appetite for the mask mandates. The federal government has not made its case for why masks should be used. They are hot, they smell bad and are gross, and they display a kind of anti-science that some backwater countries would implement as a means to solving problems. And people are sick of them. Even people who might be liberal are not wearing the masks if they can get away with it. But all those places mentioned, Costco, the zoo, amusement parks, and the like, are feeling pressure from the compliance cultures to implement that stupidity, which is how the schools feel pressure to comply. But the attack against our children is reprehensible, and it deserves to be fought with everything we have to fight with. These school boards will cave if the parents don’t get involved. Edgewood schools in Butler County have struggled with this issue for weeks, and the parents have spoken up. Monroe is also going through tribulations. If Lakota falls, the rest of them will follow. And that’s the game the health directors want. They want to rule in silence, from their offices using a phantom menace to scare everyone into some ridiculous authority rule. So the voices have to be heard at the school board meetings. Otherwise, the school boards will yield to the pressure.
Watching people wear these masks the second time around, who are in the extreme minority in public, you can almost see the deadness in their eyes. That desire to comply with authority because they are too lazy to think is a public health crisis. They are more dangerous to society than any virus because their willingness to comply encourages these bureaucratic tyrants to grab power as they are now. Covid did not come out and kill everyone like it was told to us. There are some heartbreaking stories here and there, but fewer people are dying of Covid than are getting killed in car accidents, and people don’t stop driving cars over every crash. For most Americans, Covid is an acceptable risk. They might stay home from work for a few days and get over it if they get it. They want alternatives like a Regeneron Covid Cocktail or a dose of Hydroxychloroquine. They may use ultraviolet light to kill the virus, a legitimate method of managing viruses, especially UVC light. Science is great, and there are methods we all know about now. But this dumb method of wearing a mask is as unscientific and barbaric as anything government sciences have ever come up with. If public schools are ineffective, why would anybody expect Dr. Fauci and government science to get it right with Covid? They are either treacherous lunatic terrorists for a new global order, or they are dumb as hell. Or perhaps, a mixture of both. But putting masks on kids and ruining their lives with the bad decisions of power-hungry health officials would make bad parents out of all of us. Kids don’t deserve this stupidity. It’s up to all of us as adults to at least protect kids from government absurdity, starting in our schools. And for Lakota, while you still can, you better let the school board know how you feel. Because if left to their own devices, they will yield to the Butler County health officials and their power grabs from the CDC to put the government in charge of our health, which they have proven entirely incompetent to handle. They weren’t effective the first time around, and now that we’ve had time to reflect on the mistakes of 2020, why would anybody fall for it a second time? What we are up against is sheer stupidity and nothing less.