THIS is what you’re asking for…

For all those (besides socialists, communists, the leadership of the DNC, and other despotic types) who believe the government should see to your needs, I can only refer you to this lesson on the subject: https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/tens-of-thousands-of-louisiana-residents-could-face-eviction/ar-AAwZkLK?OCID=ansmsnnews11.

THIS is what it means to have all your needs supplied by the government. It means that the government decides the rules. It means that the government can change those rules at their whim. There is no “social contract”. There are no rules that say what they must provide and to whom. If there were, who would defend those rules? Certainly, when one is dependent on the government for such basic needs, one  is unlikely to have the means to fight back.

Can you imagine being the recipient of some necessary care, only to have the government suddenly decide that you can no longer have it. For these people, they don’t have to imagine it. They get to live it.

Lesson here: do everything in your power to NOT become subject to government largess – this included electing those who do not wish to enslave you to government-provided necessities. Do all in your power to enable you to carry yourself through life without requiring the help of the government. Rely on yourself first, others second, and the government dead last. Or you may one day find yourself elderly, enfeebled, and evicted.

I’m not saying that there is no evil in the private sector. There are and always will be those who take advantage of others – but there is usually recourse against those operating in the private sector. There are also normally compassion and empathy in the private sector. By nature of what they are and how they are comprised, there can be no compassion or empathy in the bureaucracies which are set up to manage things like universal healthcare. There are also rarely such things as thoughtfulness or logic. Only machine-like adherence to rules and regulations, coupled with a  huge, slogging inefficiency which renders petitioning the bureaucracy pointless.

Think I’m full of it? Just google Alfie Evans or Charlie Gard to see two cases in point. And these were murdered by the social medicine system they hold up as the Gold Standard when discussing doing similar here. These are only the two we’re aware of, and likely only due to their young ages and the efforts of their parents to save them. How many more allow their loved ones to be terminated like sheep to the slaughter because “the government says we must”? Cases such as Alfie’s and Charlie’s are not exceptions, people. These are examples of what happens when our lives become dependent on a bureaucracy executing its rules.

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