Over 90% of the deaths have been of people with serious underlying conditions and 88% of them were over 65. Guess what, we all have to die.
I don't get it. Let's say due to negligent underfunding of the public health service, someone with coronavirus was turned away from a hospital and returned to a care home, critically infecting and killing other residents. Would you not be aggrieved if one of your parents died unnecessarily? That's the reality of the situation. So what if someone is 67 and has a dodgy heart, it doesn't mean that because of the government's abject response to COVID that 10 or 20 years of their life should be chopped off.
It seems like you don't consider the poor, sick, old, and vulnerable human beings.
I said from the first time we started talking about this that we must protect the elderly and most vulnerable. This is the first time in history that the healthy have been quarantined as well as the sick or at risk. Can you think of any other time in history that that has happened?
And once again, we seem to be going in circles, but what about all the NON-COVID deaths that have and will continue to take place due to this infernal ‘lockdown’? Do you not consider all those whose cancer treatments have been stopped to be human? Or those too afraid to visit their hospitals because they’ve been ordered to stay home?
The West has lost all belief in God - therefore they believe they should have the right to live forever. It’s entitlement. The NHS is God in the UK.
Maybe we all needed this.
Whatever happens, you will never get your freedoms back now. I promise you that. This is the new way of the world. May as well get used to it. You’ve got to admit, it’s beautiful. No more protesting against the government anymore; that’s a mass crowd and you *might* spread this virus.