BEST OF THE WEB: Covid-19 contact tracing program launched – could mean mandatory ‘evacuations’ (kidnapping)

A community contact tracing pilot program has been launched according to this Ventura County (California) public health official Dr. Robert Levin. In his announcement, he states that his county is beginning to go around to people's homes and test them for the COVID-19 (the fake virus that still has never been isolated, purified and 100% proven to exist). Then, if the governmental tests (some of which have been shown to have been contaminated with coronavirus itself, and to produce over 80% false positives) find that you "have the COVID infection", you will be further quarantined and isolated - including potentially being removed from your home! This guy is actually talking about mandatory evacuation of people - kidnapping or grabbing adults and seniors! This is in line with the ominous warning that WHO (World Health Organization) official Michael Ryan gave a over a month ago when he spoke of removing people from their families. It is also in line with what several US state...

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Bubble-wrapped Americans: The US is obsessed with physical and emotional safety

"In America we say if anyone gets hurt, we will ban it for everyone everywhere for all time. And before we know it, everything is banned." -Professor Jonathan Haidt It's a common refrain: We have bubble-wrapped the world. Americans in particular are obsessed with "safety." The simplest way to get any law passed in America, be it a zoning law or a sweeping reform of the intelligence community, is to invoke a simple sentence: "A kid might get hurt." Almost no one is opposed to reasonable efforts at making the world a safer place. But the operating word here is "reasonable." Banning lawn darts, for example, rather than just telling people that they can be dangerous when used by unsupervised children, is a perfect example of a craving for safety gone too far. Beyond the realm of legislation, this has begun to infect our very culture. Think of things like "trigger warnings" and "safe spaces." These are part of broader cultural trends in search of a kind of "emotional safety" - a...

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