Are “Morality Pills” That Make You Adhere to Covid19 Restrictions the Best Answer to the Pandemic? An Ethicist Says Yes

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Trying to cope with the “pandemic” of freedom-loving people everywhere continuing to awaken to the falsehoods their governments and one-world government organizations are telling them about Covid19, an ethicist has recommended “moral enhancement” as a way to get more “cooperation.”

Parker Crutchfield, an Associate Professor of Medical Ethics, Humanities and Law at Western Michigan University argues moral enhancement, which are psychoactive substances that act on your ability to be empathetic, altruistic or cooperative, may yield better adherence to the authoritarian lockdowns and mask mandates and thus Covid19, than a vaccine.

“But I believe society may be better off, both in the short term as well as the long, by boosting not the body’s ability to fight off disease but the brain’s ability to cooperate with others,” Crutchfield writes for “What if researchers developed and delivered a moral enhancer rather than an immunity enhancer?”

Crutchfield points out that these “morality pills,” as he calls them, are already on the market.

“For example, oxytocin, the chemical that, among other things, can induce labor or increase the bond between mother and child, may cause a person to be more empathetic and altruistic, more giving and generous. The same goes for psilocybin, the active component of ‘magic mushrooms.’ These substances have been shown to lower aggressive behavior in those with antisocial personality disorder and to improve the ability of sociopaths to recognize emotion in others.”

“These substances interact directly with the psychological underpinnings of moral behavior; others that make you more rational could also help. Then, perhaps, the people who choose to go maskless or flout social distancing guidelines would better understand that everyone, including them, is better off when they contribute, and rationalize that the best thing to do is cooperate.”

Crutchfield says that many have argued to make such treatment mandatory, or, as a way to skirt the inevitable public outcry over tyrannical overreach, to do them secretly.

“Another challenge is that the defectors who need moral enhancement are also the least likely to sign up for it. As some have argued, a solution would be to make moral enhancement compulsory or administer it secretly, perhaps via the water supply.”

As the globalists’ grip on the Covid19 narrative continues to weaken, can expect proposals like this to become more common and perhaps even put into practice?

You can read Crutchfield’s piece in its entirety here.

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