San Antonio Veterans Realize they Fought for Freedoms That No Longer Exist
There are three types of people who still believe the coronavirus hysteria in September 2020:
People who are scared of answering for their sins in the afterlife.
People who believe everything the media says and can’t comprehend the media would lie like they do.
People who are disconnected from reality due to drug use.
Basically all the remaining followers in the Cult of Virus fit into one of these groups. Anyone looking objectively at the data and thinking for themselves figured out a long time ago that this coronavirus stuff has nothing to do with coronavirus.
We can laugh at the people who still want this pandemic to be real and for this virus stuff to be their “defining moment” for their generation in history. We are somewhat compelled to laugh about it, in fact, due to the sheer absurdity of it all, lest we grow bitter and angry beyond what is healthy. However, the damage this hoax has done cannot be overstated. It’s simply the worst thing that has ever happened to humanity for a global virus regime to destroy so many lives based on a cold virus hoax.
San Antonio veterans are urging Texas Gov. Greg Abbott to allow VFW posts to once again reopen their doors.
The posts have remain closed due to Abbott’s order that shuttered bars and other establishments that receive more than 51% of their gross receipts from alcohol sales.
Abbott’s office told KSAT 12 News last week that the issue would be resolved, but veterans are asking for more.
During a Labor Day protest at VFW Post 8541 on Austin Highway, dozens of veterans said they are essential, and the posts play an important part in their everyday lives.
“I want the VFW to open so my friends will come back,” Bob Austin, a veteran, said during the protest.
It’s hard to watch that clip. You can see the pain in the old man’s eyes and hear the pain in his voice. It’s even harder to realize this is happening on an incomprehensible scale. Children have been locked in their houses for months on end, unable to play with the friends or congregate in public places. Seniors are locked in death camp nursing homes in solitary confinement, which is a form of torture that will shorten their lives more than any cold virus.
One of the most remarkable effects of chronic social isolation, as in the extreme case of solitary confinement, is the decrease in the size of the hippocampus, the brain region related to learning, memory, and spatial awareness. The sustained stress of extreme isolation leads to a loss of hippocampal plasticity, a decrease in the formation of new neurons, and the eventual failure in hippocampal function. On the other hand, the amygdala increases its activity in response to isolation. This area mediates fear and anxiety, symptoms enhanced in prisoners in solitary confinement.
Solitary confinement as a punishment is closer to a form of torture, with serious consequences for neurological health.
For whatever reason, I do have a soft spot for our veterans. These people should be held in the highest regard in our society. Yes, I know we’ve been doing retarded wars based on lies and certain special interests for a long time. Nevertheless, they have kept the homeland safe. It’s been safe up until our enemies figured out they can just have the foreign hordes invade our country without weapons and instead just call people mean names who disagree with their invasion agenda, and people will cower in fear at the mean words. It’s almost like a magic spell.
So here we have these old veterans in San Antonio who just want to enjoy the last few years of their life, and they’re being told they aren’t allowed to congregate despite this right being specifically guaranteed by the First Amendment. This probably includes men who have taken bullets to protect the sovereignty of the American nation. Hardly the kind of men who are afraid of the flu.
Has Greg Abbott taken a bullet defending America?
No. He hasn’t. He took a tree to the legs for his donors.