Definition of Insanity

16 August 2021 | Michael Moore | Email:

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The definition of insanity is often considered to be doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different result.

This seems to be the approach the various State governments of Australia are taking with their lock downs and it is making them a laughing stock around the planet.

It has been demonstrated that lockdowns do not ‘save lives.’ In fact they kill, which is why governments around the world are dropping ‘lock down’ as a measure to decrease Sars-2 (Corona Virus). In fact they kill.

And in view of this I wonder, are the State Governments that incompetent? Or do they have another agenda in mind?

One that causes needless suffering and anguish.

NSW and Victoria are now in a more or less permanent lock down, “Only for a week,” we are told, but then it gets extended for a week, then another week, and so on. Jobs are lost, Business destroyed, domestic violence increased, even suicide increased. Where is the saving lives in that?

“The negative effects of lockdown are too often dismissed as small sacrifices, necessary to keep a highly deadly disease from spreading. These sacrifices are, in fact, neither necessary nor small. The disease is a serious threat to a minority of the population that can be protected without lockdowns. All too often, when major harms become hard to ignore, they are lamented as damage caused by COVID-19 itself, even though it is our panic-driven measures that are to blame. This is an effort to bring focus to the magnitude of suffering taking place around us because of lockdowns.”

“Imagine if lockdowns caused more harm than good. That would be a shocking thought for our public health grandees who, with every fresh handful of Covid-19 cases, have been locking down the nation’s largest cities during the past 15 months. But it’s more than a theoretical possibility for Sydneysiders to chew over during their second lockdown. New American research published last week, comparing the policies of 50 US states and 43 countries, fails to find evidence that lockdowns saved lives in net terms. Indeed, it seems they’ve killed people.”

“To the contrary, we find a positive association between SIP (shelter in place, a US term for loc