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March 22, 2020 5:43 am  #1


Should we be quarantining people? Hardly.

Quotes from the article at the link below:

"Quarantines are counter-productive, as a chart below reveals.  The full extent of a predicted spring “cure” that will predictably bring infectious disease to an abrupt halt will only become apparent in time, with the exception of the quarantined populations who now face indoor “urban lockdown” in the U.S., Italy and elsewhere."

"The political conundrum is that geophysical events are likely to quell this over-treated and under-whelming disease and governments will mistakenly take credit and will likely respond to say their onerous quarantine and social distancing measures actually worked."


He also goes on to talk about the importance of SUNLIGHT.  And he's right, too.

https://www.lewrockwell.com/2020/03/no_author/leaders-of-western-nations-misled-over-quarantine-social-distancing/

Quarantine is the worst idea we've had yet. No one gets fresh air, sunshine  - -  or a chance to get over the "virus" naturally.  And they CERTAINLY could be doing just that.  No help is required, especially NOT medical help.  Ye Gods NO.  Just like everything else they touch, they tend to make things worse.

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A government which robs Peter to
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