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Covid Psychosis Will Last a Generation
St. Dymphna, pray for us
Just as SARS-CoV-2 is now in its endemic phase, so the Covid Psychosis is something we have to learn to live with. The pandemic is over, but the psychological damage is not.
Nationally, the omicron infection peak has passed, and now hospitals admit fewer patients who test positive upon admission. (I say it that way because most people in hospitals with Covid are there for some other reason. Covid is coincidental.) Some locations have not hit the omicron peak yet, but they will soon. St. Louis area Covid cases have returned to pre-omicron norms.
The UK and Ireland have removed Covid restrictions and mandates. But, unfortunately, they won’t be the last. The only major concern globally is highly-vaccinated countries like Israel, Denmark, and Australia, where death rates are skyrocketing suddenly among the fully vaccinated and boosted. Hmmm.
What has not peaked is the insanity. Covid seemed to trigger latent psychotic tendencies in a lot of people. Millions, maybe tens of millions. These psychos are triggered and vigilant, posing a permanent threat to tranquility and order.
The Gateway Pundit tells the story of a pair of these tortured souls who recently tortured a black man on an elevator.
The masked Karens can be seen in the video below screaming, “Get out, get out! Do not touch me!” before hitting the man.
One of the women even pulls her mask down while screaming directly in his face.
The lunatics then yelled, “black lives matter,” while attempting to remove him from the elevator with force.
Here’s the video:
Chances are these dingbats a little touched in the head before the lockdowns and fear-porn flooded their troubled brains. But I bet they were never this crazy. Now, they’re raving lunatics and probably will be for life. And they’re everywhere.
Most Democrat voters in America support permanent house arrest for the unvaccinated, and 45 percent of Democrats want to see the unvaxxed confined to Nazi-style concentration camps.
It didn’t have to be this way. The public health authorities and run-of-the-mill physicians could have kept a level head. The military could have said “no” to running psyops on the American people. Corporate executive could have said, “We deal with the flu every year.” But, unfortunately, the people we count on to keep their heads on straight cynically used Covid to increase their power, control, and wealth.
Long-psychosis could be a bigger problem than long-covid. America’s mental health system has been broken since we opened the asylums in the 1970s and 1980s, all because of a popular movie. As a society, we were ill-equipped for a thousandfold increase in the number of psychotics wandering the streets. And, unlike the mentally disturbed whom we’ve neglected for decades, this new batch has no prior diagnosis.
The two women you saw screaming and slapping a man on an elevator need our prayers far more than the man they slapped. His cheek stopped hurting a moment later, but they’ll take their pain to the grave. And, for that, we turn to St. Dymphna, the patron saint for mental disorders.
Good Saint Dymphna, great wonder-worker in every affliction of mind and body, I humbly implore your powerful intercession with Jesus through Mary, the Health of the Sick, in their present need. For those suffering from pandemic-induced psychosis, Saint Dymphna, martyr of purity, patroness of those who suffer with nervous and mental afflictions, beloved child of Jesus and Mary, pray for us and obtain my request. (Pray one Our Father, one Hail Mary and one Glory Be.) Saint Dymphna, Virgin and Martyr, pray for us.
The story of St. Dymphna from Our Catholic Prayers.
Apparently, St. Dymphna’s mother, who was quite beautiful, died when the child was only about 14. This so distressed King Damon [her father] that he sought to have his own daughter, who was Christian, take her place. (Talk about someone with a mental disorder!) Before this occurred, St. Dymphna had taken a vow of chastity, consecrating her virginity to Christ.
St. Dymphna then fled Ireland with Saint Gerebernus, her confessor, along with two others to escape the king. They landed in Belgium where they settled in the town of Gheel, but he caught up with them. Damon then killed Saint Gerebernus and St. Dymphna as well, when she refused to return to Ireland with him.
Her feast day is May 15.