Lockdowns don’t work; they simply cripple the economy


Staff member
The public will be praised for enduring all of the hardships, including school and business closures, an almost complete surrender of civil liberties, and emptying the treasury to pay healthy people to stay in their homes.

The precedent will have been set: Lockdowns work. When the next virus comes along, do it all again.

Sweden is best known. Critics note that Sweden’s death rate was higher than that of nearby Norway. That criticism is valid, because Sweden – like us – failed to properly protect nursing home residents.

That said, Sweden has a death rate lower than Quebec’s, and roughly the European average. It never closed schools, destroyed small businesses, or disrespected citizens with arbitrary, restrictive regulations. Sweden’s hospital system stood up, and they didn’t devastate their economy as we did.

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