Social distancing as a way to limit socialization
There have been arguments about the negative impacts of social distancing from the get go. Stay away from others. In some places its 3 feet. Others 6 feet, which does seem to be the norm. Doing that is a clearly negative social behavior.
The term social distancing has been called an oxymoron since distancing yourself from people isn’t social behavior. It’s anti-social. That is accurate. In contrast, I suppose anything you do that is done in a social setting is social, right? The point is that it’s in society, so it’s social. Therefore, social distancing is distancing yourself in from others in society. But that doesn’t negate it as an oxymoron, nor a negative impact on society.
Some have even suggested and argued that the goal of social distancing measure are to destroy social behaviors and make us more distant from each other. To remove that personal intimacy in communicating with others.
Well, one town has signs that make that purpose a reality it would seem. Welcome to Stockton-on-Tees, a northern market town in the UK.
Yes, it says to walk past people and not look at them. Oh wait, that’s not what it says. It says to actually look away from people! Incredible! You can’t make this stuff up. It’s like out of an Orwellian novel.
This is where we are at the corona-fraud, the scamdemic, the plandemic. Doctors all over the world have come out against the bullshit. But theey are marginalized, ignored, denied a voice, laughed at, or punished for speaking out against the mainstream consensus trance.
More data comes out to show it’s not as bad as it was made out to be. But the governments keep up their authoritarian measures to control people and make them submit to do things they don’t want to do.