Faceless parents, fearsome world: Covid-19 restrictions enact sinister form of child abuse that may destroy entire generation — RT Op-ed — MCViewPoint

Yet, rather than call for a stop to what amounts to institutionalized child abuse, they have merely suggested countries prepare for the coming demand for mental health services, sure to be a bonanza for Big Pharma as children who take psychiatric drugs tend to end up on them for life. https://www.rt.com/op-ed/505089-lockdowns-masks-children-develop/ Helen Buyniski is an […]

Faceless parents, fearsome world: Covid-19 restrictions enact sinister form of child abuse that may destroy entire generation — RT Op-ed — MCViewPoint
Here’s an addition from me to the excellent commentary linked above: One of the most disturbing photos I’ve seen in a while, thanks to Decker at Dispatches from the Asylum for posting. That folks think this is ‘cute’ and the parents are smiling makes it that much more disturbing.

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7 thoughts on “Faceless parents, fearsome world: Covid-19 restrictions enact sinister form of child abuse that may destroy entire generation — RT Op-ed — MCViewPoint”

  1. Now be careful what you assume, but I have to ask, ‘why are these laser thermometers made to look like pistols?’ Just saying. And remember, do not jump to conclusions based on my question.

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  2. Since the baby is in a Christening dress I’m assuming that this is a really sick, disturbing photo of a baby baptism. to me it looks like a water pistol because of the point at the end. If it were a a “no touch” thermometer it would have to be a lot closer. (so much for idiotic social distancing) The reason I assume this is that because of some awful medical problems my husband & I have visited several doctors, medical facilities & hospitals recently & have had to wear masks & be temperature checked every time we were to gain entrance. If anyone else is reading this differently I’d be curious as to how.

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    1. Was it created in gest? Is the world ridiculing? Or has it just annoyed and shocked a lot of folk and traumatized an infant who will now be attending that church each Sunday subconsciously re-affirming his powerlessness in the face of tyrants?

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      1. False dichotomy. The intent or circumstance behind the art is not my business any more than the world’s perspective is. All that matters is the impression I take from it.
        If the infant is traumatized or the congregation is shocked, my amusement amplifies in light of the general agitation.
        Does the picture make you feel powerless?

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      2. False dichotomy, to you. Not to me. Intention is crucial, especially in art. I don’t feel powerless personally, b/c I’m not a Catholic trying to defend myself against a mountain of belief. I feel deeply for the infant, because I know how real early childhood trauma is, and how it lasts, and resurfaces when you least expect and can manage it.

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