• John Hicks

Can you say "Draconian"?

The word of the day is "Draconian".

All are encouraged to add to this list.


Forced or coerced Quarantine (house arrest) = Draconian


Masks are required = Draconian


Having an opinion and speaking out on it (see first amendment in the US Constitution) in opposition of the “official narrative” coming from the WHO, CDC and many socialist leaning political hacks and news outlets is a bad thing = Draconian

Churches are not free to worship as they should and certainly not in close fellowship = Draconian

Social distancing is enforced or coerced in order to limit the right to assemble uninfringed = Draconian


Carrying guns anywhere including protests is demonized and discouraged contrary to the 2nd amendment of the US Constitution = Draconian


Forcing people to not work which impacts their health and safety and places the individuals under government’s control versus individual freedom = Draconian


Citing people who choose to exercise their God given, born with rights to worship, assemble, speak, bear arms and work and throwing these folks in jail or fining them is Draconian to the core.


Allowing murder clinics (abortuaries) to remain open while places of worship and other places of employment are shut down is Draconian to the core.


Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil; that put darkness for light, and light for darkness; that put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter! Woe unto them that are wise in their own eyes, and prudent in their own sight! Isaiah 5:20-21


dra·co·ni·an (from https://www.lexico.com/en/definition/draconian)

/drəˈkōnēən/

adjective

(of laws or their application) excessively harsh and severe.

"the Nazis destroyed the independence of the press by a series of draconian laws"

Ironically enough, the press today, for the most part, are sold out and in support of all things draconian these days.

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