Sep 022021

George Brikho, owner and proprietor of Edenz Hydro and founder and president of the Michigan Caregivers Association, is speaking out against coercive mask mandates imposed on children in Oakland County.

“This is not about public health. This is about social conditioning. The science does not even justify a face mask mandate for kids, but our officials don’t care. They want them to submit so they will be easier to control in the future,” he said of the recent order by the Oakland County Health Division to force mask mandates on all public schools in the county.

“Our children deserve to know that their individual freedom and civil liberties will be protected in America. If we throw away their rights because we are scared, we are spitting in the faces of our posterity,” Brikho added.

The facts are on Brikho’s side. Even liberal-leaning National Public Radio admitted in an Aug. 10 report that “less than 2% of all child COVID-19 cases required hospitalization and 0.00% to 0.03% were fatal” in states where the data was actually being collected.

An academic study from the University of Louisville used data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to show that “case growth was independent of mandates at low and high rates of community spread, and mask use did not predict case growth during the Summer or Fall-Winter waves,” ultimately concluding that “mask mandates and use are not associated with lower SARS-CoV-2 spread among US states.”

Additionally, the CDC conducted a study last year of 90,000 elementary-school students who were enrolled in 169 Georgia schools between the dates of November 16 to December 11. They found that social distancing rules, HEPA filters, hybrid at-home and physical schooling, classroom barriers, and compulsory masking had virtually no effect protecting children from the virus. 

“It is insane what they have been able to get away with under the guise of public health. They have put us under this hellish system, and they call it the “new normal,” subliminally conditioning us that it is supposed to be permanent. We cannot accept this so-called new normal under any circumstances,” Brikho said.

Brikho has started a page on Facebook titled, “Just Say NO to the New Normal” where he and other activists make posts everyday about the reality of the coronavirus pandemic.

“I have been threatened and attacked for leading a campaign among parents against mask mandates at my private school,” Brikho said, talking about St. Hugo’s Catholic school where his children are enrolled.

Brikho has received a mixed response from his email correspondence with parents and organizing private schools to reject mask mandates.

“Some people are very happy with what I am doing, and some are very angry. It is okay and I am happy to have a dialogue with everyone no matter where you stand on the issue. This is what makes us Americans,” Brikho said.

“But I do not apologize for rattling the cages of the propagandized. They have fallen victim to the mass hysteria propaganda from Big Pharma and the devils in our wicked, demonic government. I will pray for them and do everything I can to snap them out of their trance,” he added.

Brikho supports the people making their voices heard, which is exactly what is happening at the Oakland County commissioners’ meeting tonight. Patriotic activists are getting together and voicing their frustration with face mask mandates for kids, vaccine passports, discrimination against front-line nurses, and other systemic injustices that are emerging from this psychotic COVID-19 regime.

“They try to use everything they can against you to make you break, but when we all stand together, we are strong. We cannot let them break us and atomize us so we are silent. We must use our voices and come together,” Brikho said.

The protest this evening is taking place tonight, Thurs. Sept. 2 at the Board of Commissioners office located at 1200 North Telegraph Rd., Pontiac, MI 48341 at 5:30 pm.

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