Merriam Webster’s Dictionary definition:
Definition of fear
(Entry 1 of 2)1a: an unpleasant often strong emotion caused by anticipation or awareness of dangerb(1): an instance of this emotion(2): a state marked by this emotion2: anxious concern : SOLICITUDE3: profound reverence and awe especially toward God4: reason for alarm : DANGER
fearverbfeared; fearing; fears
Definition of fear (Entry 2 of 2)
The word tyranny comes from the Greek word tyranos which means godless rule. Tyrannical governments use fear to control the people. Fear comes in many ways. If a person draws back their fist as if to strike you, that can cause fear, and that is defined in the law as “assault”. If the government draws back their figurative “fist”, that can cause fear as well. The government’s figurative “fist” is the threat of physical, or economic injury, and it is legally assault under these circumstances.
Under Covid, the government is instilling fear in the hearts of hundreds of millions of people in the United States, and billions worldwide. Rioting and protests in the street are rampant all over the world today, and yet the corporate “mainstream” media is ignoring it and not reporting it. How is it that the media is so silent worldwide unless there is a major and well orchestrated conspiracy. A better question yet; when is a conspiracy no longer a “theory”?
Remember the movie line “Follow the money!“
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