Killing the Patient to Cure the Disease – The Second Wave

So we are here… Four months later. Almost exactly as predicted. We’re getting the results from the lockdown policys around the world. And it is not pretty.

By close to fascist enforced lockdowns and not allowing the virus to circulate among healthy people many countries seems to be killing a lot more people than necessary.

And this is only direct consequences. The side-effects however from this political disaster will be with us for years, probably decades. And we’re not even supposed to talk about it according to Google et al.

Here is the declaration, which is spot on.

Current lockdown policies are producing devastating effects on short and long-term public health. The results (to name a few) include lower childhood vaccination rates, worsening cardiovascular disease outcomes, fewer cancer screenings and deteriorating mental health – leading to greater excess mortality in years to come, with the working class and younger members of society carrying the heaviest burden. Keeping students out of school is a grave injustice. Keeping these measures in place until a vaccine is available will cause irreparable damage, with the underprivileged disproportionately harmed.

6 thoughts on “Killing the Patient to Cure the Disease – The Second Wave

    • Well, at least we’ve not fallen into the lockdown fascism that most other countries has embraced… It’s bad enough anyway. What we see in foreign media are mainly attempts to discredit Sweden in order to legitimize their own failures. Which are in many cases way worse even though they have weapons in the streets to keep their masses in order.
      Actually taking “dry tinder” into account and looking at the last three years the total number of deaths from all causes are not higher than expected in Sweden,

  1. Sweden is the archetype of an authoritarian regime. But it was not installed by somebody or something. No, the people decided they want to live in a distopy. Really interesting to watch and this will be something to write doctorates about. But poor Swedes…

  2. If you wanna make a test how facist Sweden is right now, ask yourself the question: “how does Swedish mainstream treat the people who think differently? For example wear masks. Because don’t forget, “Freedom is always, and exclusively, freedom for the one who thinks differently.” Somebody who knew quite a lot about fascism said that…

    • We’re not really there yet. At this point those who think differently are “only” deplatformed from msm, fb etc and might loose their jobs if they are employed in the public sector (or similar). At least they are not jailed. As for masks, they are not mandatory (now they are recommended though in some places). And the only enforced restrictions is for organizations that include alcohol and gatherings that require permits (like sport events etc, concerts etc.) There are, unlike many other countries, no penalties or (weaponized) enforcement of lockdowns (ie restrictions on where to go and when and wearing masks). So in that sense we’re better of than most when it comes to the “fascist takeover” so far…

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