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Science of COVID - Lockdowns (General)

by dulan drift, Wednesday, December 30, 2020, 06:13 (57 days ago) @ dan

The argument about lockdowns is different from masks because it involves other factors that can only be calculated over time.

Apart from the things they mentioned (lack of attention to other health issues, economic fallout), lockdowns represent a major intrusion of the state into our lives. This is the one that worries me the most - the precedent-setting of state authorities ordering people around like a totalitarian regime - isolating them, locking them down, and fining/jailing dissenters to enforce compliance.

As we discussed before, Covid has fast-forwarded us into a 'Brave New World' type future. We need to be alert to human rights being junked in the name of a 'crisis' for which we still don't know how it started. Nor does it look like anyone in the media has the slightest interest in finding out. (That's disturbing in itself)

For example, let's, using Occam's razor, say the most likely/simplest explanation is true - Covid started due to a lack of security at WIV or another lab in Wuhan.

As a result of that lack of security at one lab, the entire world is now being forced to accept dramatically increased state-security over their lives as well as a comprehensive crackdown on human rights, including freedom of movement, freedom of expression, and the right to privacy.


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