The corona measures brought far more harm than benefit to the world as a whole. An extra 20 million died from hunger and 100 to 150 million additional people fell into extreme poverty in development countries whilst hundreds of millions had to endure restrictions, lockdowns, face-mask mandates and other measures that killed or harmed social life for months. Child suicides show an increase of up to 400% and 50% are depressed. Countless businesses went bankrupt, how many people killed themselves and how many aged died not of the virus but of loneliness we probably will never know. How many have been forced to take the vax and now suffer life-changing disabilities?
The COVID measures are crime against society and in some cases even a crime against humanity.
In an article about the anti-government protests in Venezuela a Swiss reporter asked, when and if violence becomes a legitimate means of action. Peaceful protests – according to him – have limits and violence becomes legitimate at a certain point.
We know that from history. The French revolution is celebrated each year by the French. A violent uprising against a corrupt and decadent upper class that partied all the time whilst the masses were starving, a situation quite similar to today. We accept violence as a means for restoring justice.
The same goes for attempted murder of Hitler. We look back and see these people – at the time terrorists without any doubt – as just and see them as heroes.
What about the rulers of today? For the profit of Pharma et al. and – speculation: a bigger agenda – they take away constitutional rights, break the Nuremberg code, kill 20 million people with hunger, etc. (see top section).
This crisis will see people who will have lost everything. Wealth, job, family members and health. People who trusted the government and followed all the rules. Some of these people might go for revenge. Not now, but in years to come when those responsible are no longer president or prime minister, etc. but retired. When those responsible want to live a peaceful life and enjoy society, go for a walk, eat in restaurants, meet friends, etc. But that might be just wishful thinking. There might be too many that lost too much and these who have nothing left to lose because they lost everything they had due the Covid measures, will wait for them. The waitress in the restaurant might be a former doctor «boosting the starter», the taxi driver might be a former entrepreneur, during a walk in the green a former soldier of rank might use his skills in sharp shooting, etc. the list is endless.
These people that brought so much suffering – unnecessary suffering – to society might therefore be confined for the rest of their lives to live in quarantine. Of course, a quarantine that is substantially more luxurious than what the common man and woman – and the three children – had to endure living in the 65 square metres apartment on the ground floor without sunshine. But anyway, a quarantine and one with a Damocles sword above them – a sword that might look like a syringe ready to fall down at any moment.
We live in a world of affluence. Capitalist-technological surplus has reached a level unprecedented in known human history. Nobody in this world has to die from hunger any more, there is enough – especially with the new technologies of automation – so that for the first time in history everyone could live in prosperity – under the condition that wealth is distributed fairly and societies are governed intelligently. Under these circumstances the crime of the ruling class is even worse. Instead of shifting towards a future of affluence for all, they invent a pandemic to torture and enslave the people. For them, it is not sufficient to be at the top of wealth, the rest (99.99%) should live in misery.
I would not see it as unjust in the sense of “fas” if those responsible for this crisis (the measures, i.e. the response by government and media) would suffer this fate and will have to stay home for security reasons for the rest of their lives.
1 Cf. https://senfundpfeffer.wordpress.com/2017/07/13/hamburg-ist-nicht-caracas/, article quoted there.
2 Systemic thinking for the organisational pattern within a society is of course a condition. Prosperity does not mean that every citizen drives his own hummer. Little private goods, lots of commons, sustainable economy, are key aspects. This eco-social vision is, however, far removed from the WEF-dystopia where a few own literally everything and the masses nothing.
3 Ius is an human invention and is separate from fas, the Divine justice.