Even though I haven’t posted in awhile, I have been busy challenging the Illinois school mask mandates.
Since Prizker came down hard with tyranny- taking away the school board’s power to make mask-decisions- many parents have felt hopeless in the face of school mask mandates.
If you watch the mainstream media, I get that you may FEAR the virus. But the truth is that if you are healthy, the virus has a very high survival rate.
Especially, for children, the rate of survival from Covid is 99.9%.
As I’ve mentioned in past posts, why mask AND/OR vax children for a virus with a 99.9% survival rate?
Tyranny, that’s why.
Something Illinoisians are accustomed too.
But in order to break free of the tyrannical matrix we need to peacefully stand up to tyranny in its tracks.
At this stage in the game in cook county, it seems like the masses are asleep and happy to go along with whatever mandates come up.
It can seem disparaging; however, it only takes 1 person to set change in motion.
I may be the only parent at school drop off without a mask outside, but I may be the example for another person to stand up and also say no to this maddness, too.
Monkey see, monkey do.
Another way we are saying NO to tyranny is by pulling our neurotypical kids from school.
We actually homeschooled last year with great success, and as we ‘thought’ things were going back to normal, re-enrolled the kids at our parish school.
Little did I know at the time the Archdiocese of Chicago would NOT accept any child without a mask, regardless of medical condition.
It wasn’t even an hour into the first day of school that I got a call from the principal, IN SHOCK and DISGUST that my son was maskless – even with a doctor’s note.
The Archdiocese of Chicago took it into their own hands to act as our medical provider- telling us that our kids’ doctors notes were essentially null and void as they “declined” the mask exemptions provided.
Now, it was one thing for the Archdiocese of Chicago to deny my Autistic son an education; however, to deny kids an education because of an inability to wear a mask proved that the Catholic community was indeed not what I grew up thinking it to be.
As I chatted with the principal picking up my maskless child, she said in such a quizzical way, “The rest of the kids wear masks. Why can’t he just wear a mask like the rest of the kids?”
Sorry, but we don’t teach our kids to do something because everyone else is doing it!
We’re raising lions, not sheep here.
And my kid’s will surely get a better education in an environment that doesn’t promote the sheep mindset.
In case you missed it, Eric Clapton released a song that perfectly explains how many of us feel about the plandemic.
Check it out before you go, and drop me a note to let me know how you are fighting tyranny in Illinois/wherever you are in the world!