Tag Archives: Covid-19 psychosis

An Unsightly Scene, by Eric Peters

If the vaccines work, why are the vaccinated worried about the unvaccinated? And if they don’t work, why take them? From Eric Peters at ericpetersautos.com:

Well, the Freaks are back.

I reported a few days ago from a hot spot of sickness psychosis – Earth Fare in Roanoke, VA – that only a few mentally ill people were wearing their uniforms, the thing over their faces that marks them out as pathological hypochondriacs, weaponized. It seemed – it looked – as though most people weren’t having a relapse of their deranged fear of germs and sickness. Only a few weren’t showing their faces.

And now, the reverse.

Just three days after l filed that report I file this one, from the same place – which appears once more to be a hot spot of derangement over a sickness that doesn’t kill 99.8-something percent of the under-70, otherwise healthy population. Nonetheless, the fear of death is once again in the air – no doubt summoned by the even more deranged “coverage” of the sickness that doesn’t kill 99.8-something percent of the otherwise-healthy, under-70 population.

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They Live Among Us



Curing Their Sickness – For Our Sake, by Eric Peters

Analyzing the psychosis that is Covid hysteria, from Eric Peters at ericpetersautos.com:

How to cure weaponized hypochondria?

The first step is not to pretend it isn’t by ceding to it the slightest legitimacy. It must be unmasked for the illness it is – which cannot happen as long as people who aren’t ill pretend those who are ill aren’t.


This is false compassion – and for that reason dangerous and those who insist upon it are either incredibly misguided or something much worse. It is cruel to entertain harmful delusions – both as regards the deluded and as regards those who aren’t but enable the perpetuation of the delusion – and of mass psychosis – by participating in reality denial. Authentic kindness is best expressed by unwinding the delusion; by helping the deluded person to shed it by not being complicit in it and thereby helping them to realize that their fears are skewed and exaggerated; that things are ok  . . . and that they will be ok.

How to know whether you’re dealing with someone who is ill? Diagnosis is easy. All you have to do is look around. If you see a “mask” you are seeing illness.

Or complicity with it.

Does the patient insist on you pretending you are sick in the absence of any evidence that you are?

Is the patient obsessed with sickness even though they aren’t sick?

Are they unreasonable?

If you ask them to explain how a person who isn’t sick can spread sickness and they respond with anger, you are probably dealing with a very sick person. If they don’t at least pause when presented with a contrary fact or contradicting statements by the “experts”  – e.g., “masks don’t work” and then “wear two masks” – it is likely there is something badly wrong.

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The World Is Suffering From Mass Delusional Psychosis, by Joseph Mercola

The world is plagued by a grave disease, and it isn’t Covid-19. From Joseph Mercola at lewrockwell.com:

A number of mental health experts have expressed concern over the blatant fear and panic mongering during the COVID-19 pandemic, warning about potential — and let’s face it, likely — psychiatric effects. In a December 22, 2020, article1 in Evie Magazine, S.G. Cheah discusses what may in fact be the real problem at hand: mass insanity caused by “delusional fear of COVID-19.”

Cheah refers to lectures and articles by psychiatrist and medical legal expert Dr. Mark McDonald,2 who believes “the true public health crisis lies in the widespread fear which morphed and evolved into a form of mass delusional psychosis.”

“Even when the statistics point to the extremely low fatality rate among children and young adults (measuring 0.002% at age 10 and 0.01% at 25), the young and the healthy are still terrorized by the chokehold of irrational fear when faced with the coronavirus,” Cheah writes.

Infectious Hysteria

Cheah goes on to review a number of irrational behaviors that have become all too commonplace, such as parents being kicked off planes because their young children refuse to wear a mask during the flight, or people having hysterical meltdowns when they see a person not wearing a mask.

The science3 is quite clear about the risk posed by asymptomatic individuals, meaning anyone who feels perfectly healthy yet may have tested positive for SARS-CoV-2 with a PCR test set to an excessively high cycle threshold. They pose an exceptionally low risk to others, if any risk at all. Science is even clearer on healthy individuals who test negative for SARS-CoV-2. You simply cannot spread a virus you do not have.

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