The answer is very simple, we don’t have to tolerate FORCED ISOLATION and we don’t have to tolerate WAYS OF MEETING PEOPLE being DESTROYED. These disgusting ‘social distancing’ measures harm people who are lonely, who have struggled with meeting people and social anxiety. Anyone who’s seen the content of this blog will notice a lot of stuff about loneliness, meeting people and making friends, the barriers faced and ways to overcome them.
Why do I talk politics sometimes?
It’s simple, not only does it affect me personally, these medieval ‘lockdown and ‘social distancing’ measures ARE CREATING A MENTAL HEALTH CRISIS and are doing MORE HARM THAN GOOD. The coronavirus is not as deadly as originally anticipated (case fatality rate vs. infection fatality rate). These medieval ‘lockdown’ and ‘social distancing’ measures are doing more harm than good.
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Rants from this blog
I published these before discovering Evidence Not Fear. I’ve literally discovered that site tonight (yesterday as it’s early hours). That site hass only vindicated what I’ve been suspecting. It’s a great round-up of evidence for the case against lockdowns and ‘social distancing’ (that term makes me sick).
If you are sick of loneliness and forced isolation, if you feel your social life has been destroyed, your job has been destroyed, your OPPORTUNITIES TO MEET NEW PEOPLE have been destroyed, if you hate authority, especially the misleading media, uo’re right to be angry. There are many people who’re angry and pissed-off at the lockdowns (lockdown fever I call it, the only reason so many countries chose it was PANIC, not rational debate). Anyway, the message is a positive one; don’t just sit there, take ACTION, even if it means signing petitions, writing to your MP (or local representative if you’re not based in UK) or simply QUESTIONING and being inquisitive.
You don’t have to tolerate this forced isolation, having ways of meeting people shut down, having hangouts destroyed, being forced to avoid your own friends and family members. There’s something you can do about it.