Our lockdowns have been horrific. Canada's have been worse.
Viva Frei puts everything in perspective.
It is extraordinarily well-put.
This would be our country if we allowed it:
And we're not far off.
The greatest trick that the governments have played now is convincing people that there's something benevolent, praiseworthy, noble, in blindly following these government edicts, these unscientific government edicts, in the absence of any demonstrable evidence – that you're bad for questioning it and you're morally righteous and virtuous for blindly following it.
And they've got people who are so terrorized by fear that they will blindly follow whatever the government says under the pretext that it must be offering them some form of security, because “Why would the government be saying it otherwise?”