By “unavoidable” I of course mean “totally and absolutely avoidable.”
The following is another great tragedy in the great Wuhan virus mass hysteria — perhaps the greatest tragedy of them all, which is saying a hell of a lot.
And not a single person has ever answered or addressed the following point. From the very beginning, I have asked it repeatedly of people, experts included, in person and in print, and not one person — not one — has ever even responded, let alone offered any kind of cogent response.
And yet it remains a fact that anyone among lockdown advocates and catastrophists — anyone, in short, who purports to be concerned with human life and well-being — she or he must address this fact, and I demand an answer to this atrocity at last. It is an atrocity that all catastrophists, the wide world over, on any side of the so-called spectrum are complicitous in, and for that one reason alone, all catastrophists and lockdown advocates must address the following question:
How do you justify this much innocent death and destruction across the world for months and months and months, when excellent and effective treatments have been around from virtually the beginning but have been willfully suppressed in favor of this kind of destruction:
How, from the comfort of first-world luxury, do you defend your complicity in this unspeakable, avoidable tragedy and spectacle of death?
These are beautiful innocent individual little children, reader.
They are individual human beings.
They are totally forgotten in the fabricated mass-hysteria.
This is past the pitch of the most outlandish dystopia imaginable, and it surpasses all human credulity.
This madness must stop.
It is indefensible.
Do you know why I’ve never received so much as the whisper of a response or answer to my repeated questions about this crime?
Because no good answer or response to it exists.
You may quote me on that.
As Dr. Martin Kulldorff, epidemiologist at Harvard University, recently put it, in response to more preposterous socialist propaganda coming from, as you would suspect, Jacobin magazine:
And in case anybody is keeping score — and I am — Sweden with its more laissez-faire approach won by a landslide: