1) Funny how they're all now insisting how safe activities in the open air are. This is of course just their way of moving attention away from the now obvious seasonality. "The government's outdoor plan" saved us etc etc. ...
2) But let's think about SPAIN for a moment. A country where visiting other people for dinner is not embedded in the culture at all. It's bar crawls and outdoors all the way. What would their last year have been like if they hadn't imposed the strictest lockdown of them all?...
3) Let's think about the ludicrous idea that man should be able to "socially distance" for over a year. Let's think about masks. How many outdoor meetings have been prevented through these policies?...
4) Let's talk about the "maximum number of people" or the infamous "bubble" of who you may meet, which has forced thousands of people to gather in their own home. You wonder why 70% of what the government says is scientifically rubbish? You wonder why they have all...
5) ... got that mad glare in their eyes and talk in hurried tones about vaccination etc? It's because they have killed thousands of people through their incredibly naïve (?) approach to this problem. END

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