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Children (non Infectious, 0% Death Rate) Are Harmed For Life By Social Distancing And Isolation

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Coronavirus: No child known to have passed COVID-19 to adults, global study finds
The review into paediatric coronavirus studies found it is likely children "do not play a significant role" in transmitting the coronavirus and are significantly less likely to become infected than adults.
It also found there has not been a single case of a child under 10 transmitting COVID-19, even through contact tracing carried out by the World Health Organisation (WHO).
Collated by paediatric blog Don't Forget The Bubbles, in partnership with the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health (RCPCH), researchers looked at 78 studies from around the world, with most from China where the disease originated.
The findings come as the Swiss government said grandparents are now allowed to hug their grandchildren because they concluded that "young children don't transmit the virus".



Bloomberg | Are schools reopening this fall?
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the Covid-19 fatality rate in the U.S. for anyone younger than 19 is so low it is calculated as 0.0%.


Children Have 0.00% Chance of Dying from COVID but are Harmed for Life by Social Distancing, Which has its Roots in CIA Torture Techniques
“Meta-analysis co-authored by Julianne Holt-Lunstad, PhD, a professor of psychology and neuroscience at Brigham Young University, [found that] lack of social connection heightens health risks as much as smoking 15 cigarettes a day or having alcohol use disorder. [Holt-Lunstandt] also found that social isolation is twice as harmful to physical and mental health as obesity…. ‘There is robust evidence that social isolation significantly increases risk for premature mortality, and the magnitude of the risk exceeds that of many leading health indicators.’” The risks of social isolation
“As demonstrated by a review of the effects of social isolation across the life span, [social isolation] … can wreak havoc on an individual’s physical, mental and cognitive health. Hawkley points to evidence linking social isolation with adverse health consequences including depression, poor sleep quality, impaired executive function, accelerated cognitive decline, poor cardiovascular function and impaired immunity at every stage of life.” Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B, Vol. 370, No. 1669, 2015.
“A 2019 study led by Kassandra Alcaraz, PhD, MPH, a public health researcher with the American Cancer Society, analyzed data from more than 580,000 adults and found that social isolation increases the risk of premature death from every cause for every race. According to Alcaraz, among black participants, social isolation doubled the risk of early death, while it increased the risk among white participants by 60 to 84 percent. ‘Our research really shows that the magnitude of risk presented by social isolation is very similar in magnitude to that of obesity, smoking, lack of access to care and physical inactivity,’ she says. American Journal of Epidemiology, Vol. 188, No. 1, 2019.
JAMA study finding poor cardiovascular, obesity and other health results among populations of youth who experienced social isolation: “First, whereas clinical and research interest in the association between social isolation and poor health has been generated by studies of adults, the findings from this study provide, to our knowledge, the first evidence linking childhood social isolation to poor adult health. Our findings are consistent with a handful of retrospective studies.” Socially Isolated Children 20 Years Later
A 2015 study led by Steven Cole, M.D. and professor of medicine at UCLA, yielded hard data in the form of how social isolation harms overall health.
Cole and his colleagues examined gene expressions in leukocytes – which are the white blood cells that play a pivotal role in the immune system’s response to infections. What they found was startling:
The leukocytes of socially isolated “participants—both humans and rhesus macaques—showed an increased expression of genes involved in inflammation and a decreased expression of genes involved in antiviral responses…. [Social isolation] leads to long-term ‘fight-or-flight’ stress signaling, which negatively affects immune system functioning. Simply put, people who feel lonely have less immunity and more inflammation than people who don’t.” [15]
Social isolation was found to be a quite promising technique for the military to deploy, regardless of the fact that it was torture – or perhaps because of the fact that it was torture – in terms of aiding brainwashing. The exact mechanics of which neuroscientist John Lilly explained thoroughly in a paper delivered to a group of military and intelligence officials in the late 1950s:
When a person is isolated for long enough, Lilly wrote, they tend to absorb signal data on demand. Under these conditions there can be an “injection of outside data” into the “inside generators,” with re-programming developing.[17]

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How retreats for spiritual practices fit into this?
Ones I have been to were very social. Then again I am in the New Age and Advaita Vedanta camps. The ones that are done with some isolation are stressful and can be damaging. However, stress that is freely chosen by an adult for a limited period of time is quite different. Also, while a retreat can be extremely tough, after the retreat you have time to recover.
 

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Pure psychopathy on full display...and the majority of the public does not even blink.
Peat caught some heat on the Peatarian Facebook groups a few years ago due to somebody emailing him and asking if he is categorically against violence. Peat's response was something along the lines of "peacefulness sounds great in theory but there is this pesky thing called reality". I think he went on to explain that when you have done absolutely nothing wrong and are continuously faced with increasingly murderous environment/conditions, at some point violence becomes the only option. I hope the people who implemented this crime against children worldwide end up in cages like that...or worse.
 

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It is obvious to me, that there will be no mercy whatsoever for no one, until THEIR plan of complete and irreversible reshaping of the world has been implemented.
 

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Well, and I think a result of distancing is that children are being villainized as little terrors who are intolerable at home, and sentiments like "Teachers how do you do it!!?" are increasingly accepted. Now I think that good teachers are valuable and should be acknowledged. But public schools are all of a sudden the knight in shining armor?
 

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back in the day I went to camp I probably went to six different summer camps everybody interacted everybody was all about teamwork and going through the forest of life and team events .for example everybody is blindfolded in your class and they have to lead each other out of the forest this is a nice team of event where it's all about teamwork. What about that game called red rover. Anybody remember that one. It was always great seeing your best bud try to knock you over. What about school lockdown?. Back in the day people actually stayed in the school during school lockdown and it was like a fun sleepover in your school at least that's what I had. What about camps that have to do with more spiritual learning like camps with religion theme where kids learn to be human or practice real skills like crafts and archery. With this new social isolation it's not in any way good for immune function or anthing social.
 

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