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The Stifling, Censoring, and Ignoring of "What Happened?"
What is the very first thing that comes to mind when you hear that someone has died unexpectedly?
Most naturally, the response is:
It's asked because there must be a reason it happened, and we seek to know and understand that reason.
We want to know:
Did a homicide take place?
Was a person accidentally poisoned? On purpose?
Was an allergy involved?
Was there a genetic defect that family members should know about for their own welfare?
Exactly how did this person die so we can understand how to prevent this from happening to others?
Yes, we the people, are getting reconditioned, rewired by media, law enforcement, and hospitals to simply accept:
"died from unknown illness"
"died unexpectedly in sleep"
"SADS - sudden adult death syndrome"
"SIDS - sudden infant death syndrome"
"respect privacy at this time”
All without explanation and knowing the truth.
All without connecting the dots, and relying on and understanding "cause and effect" - our most basic skill for survival.
What impact will this have on us psychologically, to deny the most natural and most common reaction to death?
What impact is it having on our children?
Why are we allowing this desensitizing of our natural curiosity for survival?
Truly you can see, we are the problem, because we are allowing it, not questioning it and holding persons accountable to doing their job - giving family and loved ones the truth and some semblance of logic and resolve.
Do you think perhaps it could be the rushed concoction of "unknown long term effects" as written in the packaging insert - not explained to millions upon millions as the informed consent that all human beings deserve - that could be cause of "unknown cause of death"?
Who is brave enough to ask "What happened?" and keep until they get a tangible answer?
Are we still "Home of the Brave"?
Are you understanding this?