Registered On: April 2, 2014
I’ve given the expert options of WHO and a current SAGE member in defence of my argument. What have you provided Bucks? Mere opinion.
It’s the same with his other comments. Not a shred of evidence.
IB is at its best when the attention-seekers and their empty accusations, childish insults, gaslighting of others and undoubted sickness are ignored, or at least given the same kind of respect accorded to bothersome vermin.
For some, the attention-seeking extends to a certain kind of politics, and the apparent failure to understand that Britain is part of a global community and like any community, if parts of it are severely unequal, disadvantaged and marginalised, everyone suffers.
Here’s another example. If you live in a rough city where parts of the community are poor and crime-ridden, with few amenities or possibilities to thrive, the crime will spread to the wealthier parts and to the city centres where more affluent people frequent. Your car, your house, your family and your streets are negatively affected, as is your own personal well-being.
With global travel and communications the same thing happens internationally. War and oppression in poverty stricken countries drives migration drug and people trafficking to the more affluent areas.
Yes, you can turn your back, shut your doors, and say it’s nothing to do with us. Except, it does have to do with us, because it won’t go away, and the crisis in some parts will affect the well-being in and of other parts.
And it’s the same with Covid and the vaccine, as Greylag pointed out at the beginning.
There is of course a humanitarian responsibility too, and for some on this board, a Christian one.
Alas, there are folk for whom the power of pounds, pence, and populist politics will override all else.
It’s the world we currently live in.