- Feb 11, 2011
- Mare Crisium
Look this is really nasty to say and Im not endorsing it as something we should pursue, but I reckon that medium-long term countries like Italy/UK/USA will benefit from these deaths. As sad as it is to say, in those countries a lot of those who died were old or chronically ill people who put a significant burden on the economy and health system.hahahahaha imagine how absolutely fuckhoused this generation of kids is gonna be, zero social interaction at school, raised on internet/tablets, forced to stay inside during the best/most formative period of their life so old cunce can squeeze a couple extra months of vegetating in a nursing home before they finally kark it from something else
I think after the pandemic is over there should be a big conversation about how we handled the crisis because I think we have significantly mortgaged the future fighting the pandemic and we have also sacrificed significant civil liberties doing so. To me, there are two ways to fight this - the best way is go hard and go early in order to stamp it out (i.e. the Australian approach). If that doesn't work, it should be allowed to run riot. This whole open/close lockdowns is just ridiculous and has prolonged the pandemic for not much gain. Had countries just let it go I think it would have flamed out sooner.