"This is about human control. And that's what I'm going to say about masks and the art of psychiatric biowarfare. This about control – masks are a symbol of subservience," she said during the first episode of "Merritt Medical Hour" Wednesday, January 19, on Brighteon.TV.
"You cannot tell me this is about contagion control when you have to wear a mask six feet into the restroom. But then you can take it off to go sit at the bar." (Related: Biden wants to enact a federal mask mandate immediately after inauguration.)
Merritt emphasized that the masks are damaging children the most and in multiple ways.
"You and I may not go crazy because we're wearing a mask for six months, but for small children that's a high percentage of their life. Behind the masks, they're being psychologically damaged," Merritt said.
"We are human beings. We interact with each other face-to-face. And this is a major thing that children have to learn very quickly. They need to recognize their mother, recognize their father, recognize family members, then other people. They need to learn how to understand what that person is really thinking when they're looking at them. Because it's not just what they say; it's the mode in which they say it."
Merritt's guest, Dr. Mark McDonald, couldn't agree more.
"I think the children have really been the biggest victims of this whole pandemic of fear from the beginning. I first said in May of 2020 at Orange County School Board of Education meeting, we have let our children down, we have failed our roles as parents and as protectors of children," said McDonald, a child psychologist and psychiatrist currently practicing in Los Angeles, California.
"Because we've closed the schools, where we require them to wear masks, we are depriving them of a normal developmental stage of growth in their life, which is so critical for them to reach adulthood in a healthy fashion."
McDonald noted that the pandemic is nearly over, if not already.
"Nearly 100 percent of the population is developing full 100 percent natural immunity to it. And yet, we're still pushing boosters; we're still pushing mass vaccinations; we're still pushing anti-social distancing. And the children are suffering as they have been from day one. The children are still anxious; they're still depressed; they're still scratching and cutting and drinking and fighting; they're still going into residential treatment centers; they're still overdosing."
The parents, McDonald said, are largely to blame.
"The parents are the ones that are supposed to protect their children. The parents have not fought hard enough for the children's safety and on their behalf. We can blame government all we want, but it’s really ultimately up to us. The buck stops here, as a parent, as a father, as a mother, it is your job. It is your duty to protect the sanctity of your child's mind and your child's body. And if you fail to do it, you've got no one to blame but yourself."
In September last year, Merritt warned American parents that the people behind the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) were targeting the children.
"I have sons to whom I want to give a better world than this. It's not so much about us – it's about our children. They're coming after our children, and there are many ways to demonstrate that," Merritt said at the time. "They don't really care about science."
She explained that masks are traditionally put on slaves and on cult followers. "It's a cult symbol of 'I would be quiet, I would obey, I would submit, I would transform myself into whatever you want me to be.' That's what cult symbolisms for masks are."
Along with social distancing, wearing masks for extended periods could lead to trauma and developmental delays among younger generations.
"They're damaging our basic humanity by separating us from fellow humans in our particularly unique human way. You take that away, and we don’t develop right, we will not be happy people," Merritt said.
During her Wednesday's program, Merritt pointed out the vast number of people wearing masks is a sign of fear. "Fear is the great mindbender. It makes you do things that you would not normally do just to get out of the fear and to just exist."
She also mentioned the confusion created by the government. (Related: Fauci says people will have to wear masks inside airplanes… FOREVER.)
"Where did the confusion come from? Dr. [Anthony] Fauci and the mask dance," Merritt said. "First he said, 'Oh, you don't need to wear masks. That's only for the medical people. It's only for hospitals.' And then he said, 'Oh, no, everybody needs to wear a mask.' And then it was like, 'Well masks are really not for the virus. It's really just to keep your hands off your face.'"
Merritt said those things made people confused. "When you add confusion to fear, you get anxiety. And people cannot live in an anxiety zone. So when you become anxious, you have to get out of that anxiety some way."
One way to get out of that anxiety zone is to comply.
Watch the full January 19 episode of "Merritt Medical Hour" in the video below. Catch new episodes of this program every Wednesday at 7-8 p.m. on Brighteon.TV.
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