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So the crooked election -stealing governor of Georgia wants to open up the economy. It is sad to watch this happen in real time. People are filing into hair salons now.
We all want a return to normal, back to business, let the past be the past. However this is a fantasy. Let us deal with reality. In the short term a few businesses may do better and some people may be employed for a small amount of time but when the virus comes roaring back in just three weeks then the economy will have to be shut down again because of this short term thinking that is going on now.
This decision is completely against the recommendations of the CDC and violates all precautions and safety measures. As long as there is little testing, little science, these decisions can be upholded. Plausible deniability. This is why I urge every hospital worker, every person working in an environment where there is criminal negligence obviously being practiced there must be documentation. Please everyone who is in one of these situations who have to go to work and is seeing actual criminal negligence taking place please document it!
Texts between coworkers discussing how you are being put into danger by the administrators in your workplace are legal documents. Take screenshots of these texts and save them into a specific file on your phone. Emails also are legal documents that can be used in litigation. There are right now many crimes of negligence being carried out and people are definitely going to die of this. Photographs. Take pictures of situations that look dangerous or negligent. Save these photographs into a file that you can find easily. This is why it is of utmost importance to document what is going on right now so that the people who are responsible will be held accountable. The importance of this is that this will NOT happen again in the next pandemic which could happen next year or the year after or in five years. We are entering a new phase of society and we must be able to handle these problems in a better way than we are now.
We can only hope that we will in the near future have a society that will be able to hold those that are criminally negligent accountable.
Staff writer Isabelle Dijols parses through some of the gaslighting being pushed by the dogmatic and reactionary Libertarians in the context of last weekendâ€™s skeletal â€œanti- lockdown â€œ protests completely blown out of proportion by the mainstream media. She addresses the â€˜suicideâ€™ argument regarding economic hardship and the the very insidious â€˜itâ€™s just the fluâ€™ argument.
Isabelle will not waste your time, gaslight you, or throw you a fake bone. She gets to the point right away, with sources, so dear readers, here is todayâ€™s scoop!
About suicide (from an Oxford U study I will quote my source below): â€œA dramatic spike in suicides between 2008 and 2010 can be linked with the economic crisis, according to a study published today in the British Journal of Psychiatry.
Researchers from the University of Oxford compared suicide data from before 2007 with the years of the crisis and found more than 10,000 â€œeconomic suicidesâ€ associated with the recession across the U.S., Canada and Europe.â€
This is tragic and we need to be prepared for the worse here. And thatâ€™s the tip of the iceberg in terms of mental health. But as of today, in just a few weeks, there have been about 50,000 deaths in the US alone from covid-19, so if we look at the statistics, Covid19 will be the source of a much greater carnage if we donâ€™t flatten the curve until we find a remedy and a vaccine. When possible, we need to hunker down as a nation to stabilize the situation. I agree the economical repercussions will be devastating, and no one is sheltered from a very scary turn of job loss and financial crisis. But the longer we delay the stabilization of the curve, the greater the consequences will be. In my opinion we need to find strength and resilience and look at past generations that went through the Great Depression, WII – itâ€™s our turn to rise to the occasion. Hunker down and do what you can to stay healthy and be able to help our country. Covid19 is a vicious circle – the more people donâ€™t stay home, the more people get contaminated, the more people die, the more devastating it is for towns to manage hospital beds, morgues, and the sheer ability to stay on top of public health services that we take for granted.
Hereâ€™s my source on the suicides associated to the Greater Depression of 2008. https://www.forbes.com/sites/melaniehaiken/2014/06/12/more-than-10000-suicides-tied-to-economic-crisis-study-says/amp/
About the flu – we need to be careful to compare it to Covid19. We know a lot about the flu, weâ€™ve been dealing with it for ever and have a lot of information about its behavior. We have access to drugs that have been specifically developed and tested to treat a flu patient (Tamiflu); we also have developed vaccination and are able to anticipate each flu season with more or less success. Even with vaccination and Tamiflu available, the number of deaths from the flu is quite high (but still trailing behind deaths from heart diseases, cancer and accidents). With Covid19 we have data thatâ€™s about 5-months old, we have no confirmed treatment, we have no vaccine and even test kits are not 100% reliable from what I understand.
So letâ€™s hit the pause button for a few more weeksâ€¦by staying healthy and alive you will be the agent of change you want to see in our society, you will be the person that will engineer new ways to preserve rights and libertiesâ€¦humans have been extremely inventive and resourceful through each global crisisâ€¦there will be new tools to communicate, be it in the legal sector, medical sector, education, commerceâ€¦just be patient for a few weeks. Iâ€™m an optimist, canâ€™t help it.