Poll: How will the Covid massive emergency(?) end ?

How will the Covid massive emergency(?) end ?

  • All will go on as before

    Votes: 11 20.4%
  • A few good changes to health laws only

    Votes: 10 18.5%
  • It won't end, and the dead will line the streets

    Votes: 6 11.1%
  • It won't end, and collective health will continue to hardly be affected

    Votes: 17 31.5%
  • This will accelerate / change into more communist-type control

    Votes: 17 31.5%
  • Will remain a worldwide counter-natural-emergencies control attempt

    Votes: 12 22.2%
  • Our politics will change forever and many current politicians will face charges

    Votes: 6 11.1%
  • Other

    Votes: 8 14.8%

  • Total voters
    54

Brian_G

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Where is world society heading with and after this? Vote up to four choices anonymously above.

(I'm just hosting, no stated agenda to defend.)
 

Brian_G

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I guess the politics are becoming too threatening here to make a mark in public. Hope I'm proven wrong though, I don't think we're anywhere near that point yet.
 

Ghost64

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It’s just the beginning, the RFID in the vaccine will change us and be more receptive to authoritarianism.
That’s until the EMP goes off and the nano RFID molecules explode in our blood stream.
 

Brian_G

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It’s just the beginning, the RFID in the vaccine will change us and be more receptive to authoritarianism.
That’s until the EMP goes off and the nano RFID molecules explode in our blood stream.
Nah, doubt they would spend that much money.
 

Turtle

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Other: There is no "emergency" anymore. The virus exists, but Delta's CFR is only 'somewhat' higher that of conventional flu - we didn't stop the world in 2018 or 2017 and destroy businesses and destroy liberties.

Most people think that if you get covid-19 you have a high chance of being hospitalized or dying, but unless you're old and/or have severe comorbidities statistically your chance of survival is ~99% and your chance of hospitalization somewhere around ~2% overall. For kids the survival rate is over 99.99% This isn't like 'the Plague'.

Moreover, we have early treatment protocols that if followed as soon as you start showing symptoms, can help you. And we have vaccines, right? (Debatable as they are.) And we have new treatments on the horizon that may help further. And there are other treatments that work already, like monoclonal antibodies. Other medications have been shown to potentially help.

The virus has become 'endemic' - something we live with, like flu.

So, the virus exists, but it simply isn't a "critical emergency". There is no "emergency" - we can go on with our lives and go (almost) back to normal, today. Countries like Norway and Denmark are already doing this, and are doing fine.

Many people who were infected with covid-19 already and recovered also have immunity now.

We can vaccinate the most vulnerable (with consent, consent is critical), and anyone else who wants to be vaccinated should have access to it - each individual should determine the risk/benefit tradeoff for themselves.

We keep an eye on new variants, new outbreaks, new treatments and go back to normal. We should also work on developing new technologies and doing more research to expand our understanding of diseases and the human body, and improve our ability to respond.

For those who remain afraid, our world is now more geared to working from home, to having things delivered etc. and you're welcome to wear masks. The rest should be allowed all basic freedoms and to go back to normal.

Antibody testing should be made more readily available. Likewise covid-19 tests, so that those who catch it can self-isolate.

The "emergency" is already over. The virus exists, but it's not an emergency, it's more like a 'bad flu' than the Plague. Get rid of lockdowns, get rid of curfews. You can stop being scared. We should fight the increased Communist-like control.
 
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WollieVerstege

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Everything will eventually go back to normal, just like it did after the Spanish flu.

5 or 10 years from now someone is going to resuscitate these covid threads and we are all going to say a collective: WTF!
 

Forum Reader

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Other: There is no "emergency" anymore. The virus exists, but Delta's CFR is only 'somewhat' higher that of conventional flu - we didn't stop the world in 2018 or 2017 and destroy businesses and destroy liberties.

Most people think that if you get covid-19 you have a high chance of being hospitalized or dying, but unless you're old and/or have severe comorbidities statistically your chance of survival is ~99% and your chance of hospitalization somewhere around ~2% overall. For kids the survival rate is over 99.99% This isn't like 'the Plague'.

99% survival chance is pretty bad odds. The flu is nowhere nearly as bad. Just look at the death spikes during the Covid waves. There were twice as many people dying during the peaks compared to normal which means Covid doubles the death rate in the country when it spreads widely. Or put another way, during the peaks the average chance of someone in SA dying from Covid was the same as from all other causes of death put together.

 

Temujin

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It won't end, full on commie police states incoming, those countries who don't rise up and hang the tyrants looting from it all will be full of re-education work camps 'wellness centers'... parents will be trading their pets and kids to feed their eldest by the end of it, nodding along with the 'its for your own good' voice over the loud speakers
 

Moto Guzzi

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When the SARS COV2 Narrative=COVID19 is stopped being pushed by MSM. This narrative killed the Climate Change narrative overnight, its only recently I noticed they start pushing it again, with here and there the "4th Ihdustrial Revolution" narrative(this one really took a dive), but the COVID19 is still strong 24/7.
 

neoprema

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okay who voted "This will accelerate / change into more communist-type control" LOL :ROFL:
 

Hellhound105

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Ask the group, they know best

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Just remember to clap when the big cheese is done with its speech
 

surface

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Other - Bill gates will keep on pushing 6G, 7G chips forever.
 

eg2505

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it wont end, because they haven't finished tinkering with the virus and its variations,
next on the to do list, reducing world population to more manageable levels,
via sterilization and premature infant deaths.
 

thestaggy

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I can't really say.

One thing is for sure though, the world changed for good (better or worse is up to you) in March 2020. Kansas has gone bye-bye.
 
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