Posted Feb 10, 2022 by Martin Armstrong
People read stories about how a father kills his family and then commits suicide. They will typically dismiss the event, claiming he was just crazy. The real story is something people rarely understand. The pain of staying is far greater than leaving. But they often feel guilty about leaving their family behind. Will they suffer the same pains that drive them to want to leave? This is what results in someone murdering their family and then committing suicide. They feel guilty about leaving their family behind.
These COVID restrictions have resulted in a wave of suicides as people have lost everything. According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC), suicide came in as the tenth leading cause of death overall in the U.S., claiming the lives of more than 47,500 people. However, for people between the ages of 35 and 44, suicide was the fourth leading cause of death; for those between the ages of 10 to 35, it was second right behind unintentional injury.
I have reported that I was walking the beach and a man asked me how long I was here in Florida. His two teenage sons were surfing at the time. He said he moved here because his boys were becoming suicidal up north from being locked down, no school, and their vision of the future turned very dark. His boys were unable to play sports and their dreams were all lost.
It was becoming commonplace to see people jumping to their death during the Great Depression. When people lose everything, their future comes crashing down. Our politicians have such a callous view of us, the Great Unwashed. They have no problem partying behind closed doors as they destroy the lives of people they see as the scum beneath them.
Hopefully, the truckers will bring down the real leader of the Free World. No, it is not Trudeau or Biden — Klaus Schwab is pulling all the strings.