So now that I've had time to reflect on this, I'm even more angry at the government.
They took 100% of our rights away for more than a month while they implemented the most draconian lockdown in the world. We all went along with it for the greater good, and we got rid of Covid altogether.
And for what? If the virus spreads again, and based on what we are seeing it seems almost inevitable that it will, what then? We can't go back into lockdown. There was debate about whether the cure was worse than the disease with the first one, if we do it again that will almost certainly be the case.
So what was that lockdown for? What was their long term plan? Close the borders until an unlikely vaccine is created? But then if that was the plan, why are they granting exemptions when it only takes one person to spread it far and wide again?
Or are these politicians so hopelessly out of touch that they think they can just do the lockdown again if need be?
I don't see anything coherent around what our long term plan is for this.
Wonder what Baron is thinking?
Can we let him back on for one day just to read the blistering critique?
He wasn't banned, it was self isolation.