Even if you believe the government statistics, young people are virtually unaffected by the coronavirus. Yet, they’re being immeasurably damaged by the things the government is forcing on people in the name of keeping everyone safe from viruses.
Most people are already being driven over the edge and 2021 is only just getting started.
This is not a side effect of the lockdown. It is the intended effect.
Charities have warned two thirds of young people are experiencing a decline in mental health with figures worsening ‘across the spectrum,’ as calls to a suicide helpline rose by almost a third during the most recent lockdown.
A survey of 16,000 locked-down Brits by Mind discovered half of adults felt their wellbeing had worsened during 2020, with many experiencing mental health problems for the first time.
Samaritans had had more than a million conversations with Brits since lockdown began in March, while Papyrus, a suicide helpline for under 35s, recorded a spike in conversations when stricter measures returned in November.
As 2020 draws to a close, charities have explained the impact of the last 12 months, while also offering advice on supporting one another in the New Year.
He said: ‘We know from our coronavirus survey of around 16,000 people that over half of adults and two thirds of young people said their mental health got worse during the pandemic, with many developing problems for the first time.
‘Evidence indicates that mental health is worsening across the spectrum, from the prevalence of common mental health problems like depression to people ending up in crisis point and requiring hospitalisation.
‘The Office for National Statistics (ONS) found that rates of depression have doubled from around 1 in 10 (9.7 per cent) before the pandemic (July 2019 to March 2020) to almost one in five adults (19.2 per cent) during the pandemic (June 2020).’
A survey on Mind’s behalf in October found 57 per cent of full or part time workers were worried about job security amid the pandemic.
Mr Farmer added: ‘Uncertainty can cause a range of emotions that are difficult to deal with, including anxiety.
‘Vital measures imposed to help contain the spread of the virus, such as shielding, social distancing, tiered restrictions and full national lockdowns, can also present challenges to our mental health.
‘We’ve heard from people struggling because their usual coping strategies – socialising, going to the gym and so on – aren’t necessarily available to them.
‘Others are struggling with difficulties working from home, such as isolation, longer working hours or difficulty establishing a work/life balance, particularly for those whose ‘office’, also happens to be their living room, kitchen or bedroom.’
Mr Farmer added: ‘We’re also hugely concerned about people who are unemployed, facing redundancy, and those who need support from benefits because their mental health prevents them from earning enough to support themselves.
‘As we enter another economic recession, it’s important to recognise the impact that other related factors – such as debt, housing, employment and benefits – can have on our health and wellbeing.
‘We’re concerned many people will fall through the gaps when temporary emergency measures introduced to support people hit hardest by coronavirus – including furlough, improved Statutory Sick Pay and easier access to support from benefits – wind down or stop altogether, and we’re calling for alternative support to be made available, including keeping the increased rate of Universal Credit.’
Yeah, basically: “every bad thing is happening to every person.”
Mind’s survey found more than 80 per cent of 18 to 24-year-olds had seen their mental health decline due to loneliness brought on by the pandemic.
Around 50 per cent of over 60s said they had experienced a similar drop in their wellbeing.
Papyrus UK runs a Hopeline for young people aged under 35 who are experiencing suicidal thoughts.
The charity says nine out of 10 of its calls have referenced lockdown measures, while there was a 27 per cent rise in the number of contacts within the first week of the November lockdown.
Ged Flynn, Chief Executive of PAPYRUS Prevention of Young Suicide, said: ‘There is concern in the charity that there will be a longer-term problem of emotional distress post-lockdown.
‘I fear that a whole generation of young people may feel the impact of the current crisis for a good while yet.
‘We are already taking high volumes of calls, texts and emails from young people every day with thoughts of suicide or from those who fear for somebody in their family or place of work who may have. Call rates are now increasing.’
The official policy of the state is: it doesn’t matter how many people’s lives are destroyed, it doesn’t matter how many people die, the lockdowns are justified. Even if they don’t work.
Fighting the coronavirus is the ultimate moral imperative.
The people in power wanted this mental health collapse to happen. They wanted normal people to suffer so that they could present gene-therapy vaccinations and other insane ideas as a way to end the pain, as a path to freedom, as a way “back to normal.”
This is a recent headline:
In reality, you are going to become LESS free if you accept the vaccine.
Coronavirus and the whole “pandemic” are an orchestrated hoax to rapidly transform society.
Anyone who still thinks that the government is really trying to somehow protect public health has to understand that – again, according to their own data – the only people who the coronavirus and its mutations could harm are old and unhealthy — they’re the same people who would have died of something else. We know that because if we look at the total death numbers, it is clear that the number of people who died in 2020 is in the same range as previous years.
It is a normal part of life that old, unhealthy people die.
People were dying every day before the coronavirus. It’s almost as if people have forgotten that death is a part of life.
Why should the young suffer in a futile attempt to prevent the circle of life?
Attempting to extend the life of the old at the expense of the young is an inversion of the natural order and a complete aberration.
It is actual satanism.