My Thoughts

Americans have been terrorized now for 500 days by the tyranny of “unelected public health experts” and their constant, strident reliance on the “science.” It is enough to make you sick—and it has, and “The beatings will continue until morale improves.” It is 500 days too long and its needs to stop … immediately!

In the interest of full transparency and clarity of thought, let us take a moment and dissect those five terrifying words “unelected,” “public,” “health,” “experts,” and “science.” And while we are at it, we might as well begin by dissecting the vaunted and highly respected (???) “CDC,” the all-knowing, all-powerful Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, which boasts on its website, “CDC 24/7: Saving Lives, Protecting People.”

Originally (1946) known as the Communicable Disease Center (CDC) its sole mission was to prevent malaria from spreading across the country. Laudable, perhaps, but as with any government creature, impossible to kill or keep from becoming grossly obese. Today, the CDC is a $7 Billion organization with 15,000 employees (that is $466,666 per employee and Dr. Anthony Josef Mengele-Fauci is the highest paid federal employee in the entire federal government.) Obviously, the CDC is morbidly overweight, but no one seems much interested in either dieting or liposuction.

Some of the dead weight has been carried by the CDC for more than 50 years, early diagnoses determined it to be chronic Fauciitis; with no cure in sight, no FDA approved prophylactic or vaccine available, it would appear that the general public must continue to be inflicted with new variants of Fauciitis on a daily basis or more frequent as the need arises.

“Unelected” is the opposite of “elected.” Elected means a bunch of people voted (whether fraudulently or honestly we will leave for another discussion) for someone to a position to represent those who voted for them. “Unelected” means a hired hand, an employee, a paid informant, a servant, a bureaucrat.

So, let us dissect “public,” shall we? There are two ways of understanding “public (noun),” the first, and the “public” most reasonable people consider are themselves, ordinary people in general; the community as a whole: “We, the People, of the United States, …” are the public. The second, and far more perverse, is the “public (adjective),” which concerns the people as a whole. An adjective is a word that semantically modifies a noun or noun phrase in order to change the noun’s meaning. The adjective public is not used as a noun; it makes no sense to use the adjective public to modify the noun public, i.e., public public, which is obviously redundant nonsense, as any rational person can attest; no less nonsensical than saying private public or public private.

Then, there is “health” which has been so bastardized, euphemized, and disabused that it now connotes anything anyone chooses it to mean. Murder in the womb, abortion, is “women’s health” or “reproductive health care.” Oh, there are others, equally grotesque, but anyone with half a brain gets the point. Health and healthcare used to be provided by medical personnel, doctors and nurses, under the sacred oath to do no harm. How is murder for hire and surgical mutilation keeping that oath? So, tie a yellow ribbon around the old health tree and you have “public health” which is prima facie utter nonsense. My health, your health, okay, but the public is not a living, breathing body, neither healthy nor unhealthy. Who is kidding who here? The public never gets tonsillitis, appendicitis, cancer, a heart attack or stroke, and nope, the public never gets the wu-flu either. 

Next, “experts,” pronounced: ex-spurts, I suppose because they spurt exes, but since I have never spurted an ex, I really am no ex in spurting, so who am I to say. I have read, however, that an expert differs from a specialist in that a specialist has to be able to solve a problem while an expert has to know its solution. Personally, I have never met an expert who knew much of anything at all, let alone recognizing the problem to be ex-spurtly spurted. Admittedly, to be perfectly fair, a person who claims to be an expert in one field, generally is a complete ignoramus in everything else, even going so far as to be an idiot, unable to tie his or her own shoelaces or wear a mask when trick-or-treating. A good, general rule of thumb: when confronted by an expert, run for your lives, you may actually live to see another day.

Last, “science.” The holy of holies, the chalice of salvation, the holy grail, the undeniable solution to whatever ails, or as is too often the case these days, does not ail you. Or, as madam speaker, who knows nothing—because there is nothing behind her bulging eyeballs, between her stoppered ears and is embarrassingly proud to prove it on a daily basis—so religiously declares, “Science, science, science, science, science, science, science, séance, séance, séance, sssssssszzzzzz …” The “science” is the lap dog of the empty-headed politician and “Peter principled” bureaucrat. It sounds serious, even when the one saying it has no idea what it means; it makes the one using it sound authoritative, but, never ever expect them to explain it, because they cannot. What should be understood is that “science” is never “settled,” there is no “final solution,” no finished product; science today is tomorrow’s comedy of errors. So, whenever you hear someone say with confidence, “the science is settled,” or “we follow the science” know that the confidential informant is lying through false teeth and playing you for a sucker.

Now that we have transparency, let us re-coagulate these five words. An “unelected public health expert” is a bureaucrat stealing the taxpayers’ dime, a “public” servant with an over-exaggerated sense of importance and authority, working for a government bureaucracy with “health” somewhere in the title but with no direct nor indirect responsibilities to deliver or provide actual health care to the people (the public.) Their sole purpose is to spurt exes while shouting “we follow the science, the science, the science, …” as often and as loud as they can or until everyone bows down and kisses their manicured toenails or something a bit higher up and further behind. Better keep the mask on, even if you are fully vaccinated and dead! Now, follow the “yellow brick road,” for we are off to see the wizard, sorry, I mean, the unelected public health expert for a spoonful of science.

Just my thoughts for a Friday for what it is worth.

About the author: Deacon Chuck

Deacon Chuck was ordained into the permanent diaconate on September 17, 2011, in the ministry of service to the Diocese of Reno and assigned to St. Albert the Great Catholic Community. He currently serves as the parish bulletin editor and website administrator. Deacon Chuck continues to serve the parish of Saint Albert the Great Catholic Community of the Diocese of Reno, Nevada. He is the Director of Adult Faith Formation and Homebound Ministries for the parish, conducts frequent adult faith formation workshops, and is a regular homilist. He currently serves as the bulletin editor for the parish bulletin. He writes a weekly column intended to encompass a broad landscape of thoughts and ideas on matters of theology, faith, morals, teachings of the magisterium and the Catholic Church; they are meant to illuminate, illustrate, and catechize the readers and now number more than 230 articles. His latest endeavor is "Colloqui: A journal for restless minds", a weekly journal of about 8 pages similar in content to bulletin reflections. All his reflections, homilies, commentaries, and Colloqui are posted and can be found on his website: http://deaconscorner.org. Comments are always welcome and appreciated. He is the author of two books: "The Voices of God: hearing God in the silence" which offers the reader insights into how to hear God’s voice through all of the noise that surrounds us; and "Echoes of Love: Effervescent Memories" which through a combination of prose and verse provides the reader with a wonderful journey on the way to discovering forever love. He regularly speaks to groups of all ages and size and would welcome the opportunity to speak to your group.

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