Because … Coronavirus
That’s what we being told. Everything has to change, cherished rights must be eliminated and new emergency powers have to be given to authorities … because of a virus that still has not been isolated, purified and proven beyond all doubt to be the cause of the alleged pandemic. It is clear the COVID-19 numbers in and of themselves are being grossly manipulated, due to many reasons such as false positives and counting everyone who died with the virus in their body as a coronavirus death or fatality (even if it had nothing to do with their death). Sadly, everyone is in such a panic that they can’t think clearly. Governments around the world are passing dangerous laws which are deliberately vague, broad and often without an expiration date. Is liberty dying to thunderous applause and the scared cries of people for an authority figure to save them?
Because Coronavirus: Hungary Gets a Dictator
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban effectively oversaw the transition of his country from a democracy to a dictatorship. On March 30th 2020, the Hungarian Parliament bestowed upon Orban the right to rule by decree (i.e. the power to bypass the national assembly) and to suspend existing laws. Not only that, but Hungary (which is an EU member) suspended future elections! This makes Orban the world’s newest dictator. This is an incredible development in a continent that prides itself upon democracy and a frightening abdication of power and responsibility by the Hungarian Parliament – all over a tiny, invisible virus that still has not killed more people than a seasonal flu, even taking into consideration the manipulated numbers.
Because Coronavirus: Philippines’ President Duterte Orders Cops and Soldiers to Shoot Quarantine Violators if Need Be
Philipppines’ President Rodrigo Duterte, known for his ‘tough-guy’ attitude and his threats to shoot and kill drug users and dealers, was granted emergency powers and $5.4 billion to deal with the coronavirus crisis. This was after an earlier draft law (that got changed and didn’t pass) that would have allowed him as president to take over private businesses! The New York Times wrote that ““This limitless grant of emergency powers is tantamount to autocracy,” a Philippine rights group, the Concerned Lawyers for Civil Liberties, said in a statement.