‘Nothing can justify this destruction of people’s lives’

‘Nothing can justify this destruction of people’s lives’ – spiked

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5 Responses to ‘Nothing can justify this destruction of people’s lives’

  1. toorightmate says:

    Unfortunately, hysteria still reigns in Australia – at all levels.
    Not one to say “I told you so”, BUT 3 months ago I tipped that the aftermath would be worse than the virus – particularly in Australia.
    But don’t these elected leaders thrive on a drop of tyranny?

  2. Johansen says:

    Amazing and sad. Thanks for posting

  3. G W Smith says:

    Ill thought out hysteria at that! Based on faith in the WHO and and a GIGO British computer projection. Still, why did most of world jump off the cliff together? Something fishy.

  4. rb14 says:

    Tony. Love your website content. Before now I’ve been only a reader, not a commenter. My other go-to resource for no-nonsense reading is Spiked. So to see you linking a Spiked article here is like a dream come true.

    Keep up the great work.

  5. Colleen says:

    I agree, keep up the good work. I posted here over two months ago that the extreme measures taken WERE warranted . . . at the time based on limited data, it looked like the death rate was at least 10x over the flu (and maybe 20-30x). Now we see it is much less . . . 3x? My thinking is that over time the death rate may well decline because the sickest populations (nursing homes) will have been exposed and the sickest already passed on. What has changed for me? Now that we see death rates are lower and social distancing can keep hospitals from being overwhelmed our response should adjust accordingly. However, too many pols are happy with the power grab, people love to enforce these ridiculous rules, and too many uneducated have no interest in understanding science.

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