An Open Letter to the Ocean Township Board of Education

An Open Letter to the Ocean Township Board of Education

When I was growing up in the 1950s and 60s, children were terrorized beyond belief.  During the school day, we were subjected to ear piercing sirens which signaled, basically, the end of our lives as we knew it.  Under the threat of Soviet nuclear annihilation, we were instructed to drop under our ($50 wood and steel) school desks, taking cover to protect us from the impending atomic bomb which was looming overhead at any moment.

Of course, that was complete bull crap.  

For most of my childhood, I was terrorized by the US State conditioning me to think I was in danger, when I was not.

A review of history revealed that there was never a Soviet threat.  In fact, the only country on this planet to ever research, develop, and drop not one, but two atomic weapons on a country, was the United States of America, and that was in the waning days of World War Two, when Germany had already surrendered.  The first bomb to hit Japan contained uranium and was dropped August 6th on Hiroshima.  Three days later a plutonium bomb was dropped on Nagasaki.  Up to 40% of the populations perished.  Those atomic explosions occurred after a long and protracted campaign of carpet-bombing Japanese cities throughout the war; the death toll on civilians was incomprehensible.

The US continues its firepower aggression to this day, spending Trillions on endless war. 

Without an understanding of our violent history and the predatory, vicious, and deceitful nature of those in power, we are literally doomed.  I always keep my eye on the bigger picture.

A few days ago, an Ocean Township school bus drove by. The driver was wearing a face mask.  

What the hell happened to common sense?

Thousands of viruses circle the globe annually, normally dying off within 3 to 4 weeks.  According to Professor Dolores Cahill, the corona-virus-types have been around for 17 years, and this virus peaked in mid-March. Viruses run their course and then are cleared.  Research suggests that natural exposure to a virus can offer lifetime immunity and a whole host of other health benefits.

The best way to fight a virus or any illness is with a well-balanced and strong immune system.  In fact, our immune system is our best defense.  So, why is it that all the media suggestions and government invasion into our lives keep pushing us in the opposite direction?  

  • Isolation (termed “social distancing”).
  • Quarantine (lack of access to immune-system-boosting Vitamin D).
  • Stress (loss of employment, social gatherings, death of loved ones without access to family).
  • Reduced oxygen flow (masks).
  • Poor diet choices (McDonalds, Taco Bell, or Papa Johns?).
  • Inactivity (closed parks, caution-taped playground equipment, cancelled sporting activities).

These mandates make us sicker.   

As a resident of Ocean Township, it’s these dictates that I am writing you about.

Face Masks

Humans breathe in oxygen.  Without oxygen, we die.  

But don’t believe me. From the beloved 1970s Reader’s Digest series, “I am Joe’s Lungs”:

“There is an almost endless list of things that can cause me trouble. Each day, Joe breathes in a variety of bacteria and viruses. Lysozyme in the nose and throat, a powerful microbe slayer, destroys most of these. And those that slip into my dark, warm, moist passages – a microbial happy hunting ground – I can usually handle. Phagocytes patrol my passages and simply wrap themselves around invaders and eat them.”

Masks compromise the job of “Joe’s” lungs.  

Masks disrupt our natural biome and place our respiratory systems under duress.  There are dozens of randomized control test studies over the past half century showing that masks are ineffective and/or dangerous.

This reduced oxygen flow to the brain, results in humans suffering from headaches, experiencing hypoxia and/or hypercapnia, and increased cortisol levels which suppress the immune system.

The Journal of the America Medical Association, a peer-reviewed medical journal published 48 times a year, states on their website:

“Face masks should be used only by individuals who have symptoms of respiratory infection such as coughing, sneezing, or, in some cases, fever. Face masks should not be worn by healthy individuals to protect themselves from acquiring respiratory infection because there is no evidence to suggest that face masks worn by heathy individuals are effective in preventing people from becoming ill.”

A school bus driver I recently spoke to complained that wearing a mask also made his glasses fog.

Even Anthony Fauci said wearing a face mask is “mostly symbolic.”  OSHA does not recommend drivers of vehicles wear face masks.  

Yet – incredibly, Ocean is requiring school bus drivers to wear face masks.

My Question to the Ocean Township School Board:  The average school bus weighs about 24,000 pounds. When the driver of this 12-ton vehicle, carrying a busload of children, passes out at the wheel due to lack of oxygen (or because the mask compromises an underlying health condition), what plans do you have in place to handle this avoidable disaster?

There’s countless evidence proving that children are not at risk for this virus (which, somehow, seems to have an endless shelf life,) yet you are requiring children – as young as 5 years old – to wear masks.  This is child abuseChildren need to see the faces of those around them.  Especially young children.  

Further, according to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, 800,000 children go missing each year.  That is 2,000 per day.  40 children in each state, every day.  Imagine how those numbers will soar when the faces of children are masked and indistinguishable.

My Question to the Ocean Township School Board:  What policies are in place to protect children from health issues resulting from forced masking?  How will the school protect children from abduction (masking hides identifying features and muffles communication reducing their cries for help)?  

 Isolation (disguised as “social distancing” and/or virtual learning)

Children develop a sense of self by watching others and by mimicking play and social skills – and by interacting with one another.  I can’t believe I have to point out this fact.  Isolation destroys this natural connection.  It is a prison.  And more child abuse.

My Question to the Ocean Township School Board:  What policies do you have in place to counsel children suffering from the unnecessary, yet mandated, social isolation and interruption of life-sustaining skills…and ultimately their feelings of depression, anxiety, displacement, and doom?

Temperature Checks

In what dystopian world would we allow children to accept someone pointing a gun at their head several times every day?  This is despicable.  (Also, see risk of kidnapping above.) 

Toxic chemicals

Ocean Township plans on spraying chemicals on school buses as a disinfectant.  We recently learned about arsenic and the use of chemicals such as glyphosate in our local parks.  At last count, there are 20 pediatric cancer cases in this town.  

My Question to the Ocean Township School Board:  Specifically, what chemical compounds are being used to spray down school buses and classrooms?  Who is going to be responsible for this chemical drenching?

The number of deaths in NJ from Covid-19 (if you can believe the numbers) is around 15,000.  With a population of 8,882,000, that is a crude death among the population of .00168.  And half those deaths were in nursing and veteran homes.  Apparently, a veteran could survive The Battle of the Bulge or D-Day, but not NJ’s long-term care facilities. 

The World Economic Forum’s (WEF) recently published book, “Covid-19: The Great Reset” written by two professors associated with the WEF for decades, concludes (page 247):

“There is no denying that the Covid-19 virus has more often than not been a personal catastrophe for the millions infected by it, and for their families and communities.  However, at a global level, if viewed in terms of the percentage of the global population effected, the corona-crisis is (so far) one of the least deadly pandemics the world has experienced over the last 2,000 years. At the end of June 2020, it has killed less than 0.006% of the world’s population. To put this low figure into context in terms of lethality, the Spanish flu killed 2.7% of the world’s population and HIV/AIDS 0.6%…The corona pandemic is different.  It does not constitute an existential threat.”

How the hell did our ancestors survive generations without all these draconian, ludicrous mandates, for a virus which The World Economic Forum states is not “an existential threat”?

I await your responses.

Lynn Petrovich

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3 thoughts on “An Open Letter to the Ocean Township Board of Education

  1. Bravo!! Thank you for writing this!! You hit every reason I will not be sending my seventh grader back to school for in person learning. A “safe” place for kids to be has taken on a very scary meaning. I hope this prompts some real discussion and responses from the Board of Ed!!


  2. I wear an n95 mask during my 12 hour hospital shift. I walk an an average of 4 miles during my shift. I do not experience any loss of oxygen in my system. Oxygen molecules are very small.


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