Posted May 10, 2021 by Martin Armstrong
There is what many in psychology are calling the Shadow Pandemic. Depression among teenagers is widespread. They cannot cope with the lockdowns, and there is no consideration for their mental health coming from Fauci, no less any politician or those pulling their strings like Schwab and Gates. The Mayo Clinic has warned: “During the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic, you may experience anxiety, fear, frustration, sadness and loneliness — to the point that those feelings become constant and overwhelming.” These are the pressures that lead to suicide. The National Library of Medicine wrote:
“Multiple lines of evidence indicate that the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic has profound psychological and social effects. The psychological sequelae of the pandemic will probably persist for months and years to come.”
This is the problem when politics gets involved with medicine because no matter the truth, the politicians cannot now admit they are at fault for adopting lockdowns. There has been a dramatic rise in the number of people contemplating suicide. Teenagers see their future gone and over 3 million have dropped out of college. Many adults have lost everything from their employment to the idea of even retiring. I have heard from people in the airline industry, banking, and hospitality. They have lost their futures. Waitresses have lost income and have been unable to resume school. The destruction unleashed by our so honorable politicians who impose restrictions to please those pulling the strings from above is not beyond belief.
These career politicians who have championed the lockdowns are engaged in more than just corruption and greed — they are engaging in the destruction of our civilization and crimes against humanity. When we have Panic Cycles in politics showing up in 2022 and 2024, we are facing a serious fight for our lives which has not appeared since the 18th century when people rose up to overthrow the monarchy. We have simply replaced the king with ministers who vote according to the highest bidder.