- Jan 20, 2016
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- Y Cae Ras
Now we are beginning to understand the true horrors of the mask mandates I believe that the world, maybe the UN, should consider how to best honour the millions of victims of this new atrocity.
There should be a World Day of Reflection to honour the fallen as a starting point. Multi faith ceremonies across the world would be appropriate and world leaders of the time like Trump, Johnson, Putin and Kim could come together in a gesture of apology.
Probably a Museum of the Mask in some place like Georgia or Texas. Communities that suffered the most and led the resistance. Possibly a permanent exhibit could be a burning mask that would have the words NEVER AGAIN engraved underneath.
A website needs to be created so that survivors could bear witness to the horrors and warn future generations.
"And then I went to Starbucks for a coffee and they REFUSED to serve me. That biatch called the COPS !!"
Or am I jumping the gun here? Is it too soon? Are the memories too painful? America led the resistance to this pogrom so what do you guys think?