The Left Want Eternal Lockdowns By Brian Simpson

Even with the science now against them, the Left are keen on further lockdowns. I imagine in their little minds, that this is the Trotsky equivalent of a mass strike, and they hope to see capitalism collapse, and the dawn of communism, where they will arise as the heroes of the revolution, and get all of the girls, or nowadays, boys. Of course, these kind all get culled out by the new iron-fist rulers and warlords. Such are the delusions of communism. It is a system that sounds great when you first hear it at age 13 years, but after the age of reason, it should be rejected. Those holding to the dream after age 21 years, have serious problems.

“Liberals have abandoned scientific evidence amid the COVID-19 pandemic in favor of virtue-signaling with severely restrictive measures to express their “political identity”, according to a piece in the The Atlantic.

In the article “The Liberals Who Can’t Quit Lockdown”, writer Emma Green explains that the pandemic has imbued the left with a new sense of purpose in obediently adhering to the lockdowns.

 “Lurking among the jubilant Americans venturing back out to bars and planning their summer-wedding travel is a different group: liberals who aren’t quite ready to let go of pandemic restrictions,” Green wrote Tuesday.

“For this subset, diligence against COVID-19 remains an expression of political identity—even when that means overestimating the disease’s risks or setting limits far more strict than what public-health guidelines permit.”

Green describes several COVID-traumatized leftists who are refusing to move on from the pandemic despite lockdowns being lifted even in blue areas.

“Every weekday, Zachary Loeb publishes four ‘plague poems’ on Twitter—little missives about the headlines and how it feels to live through a pandemic,” she wrote.

Another neurotic leftist couple took COVID precautions to a new level.

Goldstein and his wife decided early on in the pandemic that they were going to take restrictions extremely seriously and adopt the most cautious interpretation of when it was safe to do anything. He’s been shaving his own head since the summer (with “bad consequences,” he said). Although rugby teams have been back on the fields in Boston, where he lives, his team still won’t participate, for fear of spreading germs when players pile on top of one another in a scrum. He spends his mornings and evenings sifting through stories of people who have recently died from the coronavirus for Faces of COVID, a Twitter feed he started to memorialize deaths during the pandemic.





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Wednesday, 12 June 2024

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