5G Auto-Immune Disease: Corona-Fascists pursue agenda to destroy family structures

It is apparent that American and European billionaires have parachutes operated in various progressive organizations to co-opt messages of 'gender equality' to instead support the "divide, rule and conquer" agenda of the 5G Auto-Immune Disease. 

The strength of family units has been a source of personal spiritual strength for individuals who have fought against social injustices throughout history.  The elites who have orchestrated the 5G Auto-Immune Disease have sought to use it to deliver a message of family separation involving "social distancing".  So-called "social distancing" is an integral part of the 5G Auto-Immune Plan-Demic.

RT reports that the coronavirus crisis is unprecedented in the amount of disruption it has caused, and outlandish manifestos are to be expected. But the call to abolish the family 'because coronavirus', published by OpenDemocracy, is in a class by itself.

The writer, Sophie Lewis, seems appalled at the idea of families self-isolating together, because family homes are "fundamentally unsafe" spaces rife with inequality. The existence of abusive relationships is held up as proof that the family itself is an oppressive structure, while housework is likened to psychological torture. Instead, she calls on society to fling open the doors of prisons and detention centres and house the inhabitants in their "private palaces."

It may be easy to dismiss as extreme a view that "the private family qua mode of social reproduction still, frankly, sucks. It genders, nationalizes and races us. It norms us for productive work. It makes us believe we are 'individuals.'" But this isn't just a personal blog, or some antifa kid's Tumblr – this is an outlet sponsored by some very influential organizations, including George Soros' Open Society Foundations.

Clearly it had to go through some kind of editorial approval before being published. "Social distancing" aside, there's no logical reason coronavirus should make us put aside our family ties, and one has to wonder why an outlet like this is okay with calling on others to discard the parts of life that – for most of us – make it worth living.


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