ANTI-MASKERS IN INDONESIA HAVE TO DIG GRAVES FOR THE COVID DEAD, MANUAL-LABOR EDUCATION
So there must be a special place in hell for those who deny the reality that Covid exists, and is killing people. Because it is real. And anti-maskers may enjoy their moments of rage that they put on public display. You know, as they endanger everyone around them? But the truth is that their health is at great risk, more than the “sheep” who wear masks to protect themselves and everyone around them. But Indonesia found a great plan to put them in their place. In an educational way, of course. In Indonesia, anti-maskers have to dig the graves for the Covid dead. From Covid.
THE POLITICS OF DENIAL WON’T PROTECT ANTI-MASKERS FROM REALITY, AND IT’S TIME TO LEARN
So to say that is an artful solution is a vast understatement. But no, this isn’t all of Indonesia. So far, it’s only happening in their province of East Java. A local politician there, Suyono, said that they had a shortage of gravediggers. You know, because Covid was killing so many people? So he thought it a logical idea to put anti-maskers to work, burying their Covid dead. And over here in the United States, we have a LOT of anti-maskers, who seriously revel in making asses of themselves. Usually in retail stores and coffee shops. They may need some hands-on education too. Otherwise they’ll learn the harder way, getting sick themselves or losing loved ones to fatal infections.
DIGGING GRAVES WITH YOUR OWN HANDS FOR COVID DEAD A SURE WAY TO HAMMER HOME REALITY
But don’t be too concerned with the anti-maskers in East Java. No, they are not handling the dead directly. That would put them at unnecessary risk, which defeats the point. But they are literally digging the graves in classic manual labor style. And they’re also preparing said grave plots with wooden supports for the forthcoming caskets for the Covid dead. And those who do handle the dead directly wear fully protective, full-body PPE to avoid exposure. But no matter what happens, these grave digging anti-maskers will never forget this experience. Nor should any of us.