This video is a great explaination of the current situation from Russia.
I recommend checking this out.
The video blog mentions that Putin says Ukraine’s government is a propped up from other countries – run by Neo-Nazi’s. He then points out that the data from the parliament in the 2019 election contains only 2% of the population in Ukraine that possibly could even be Nazi’s.
What I wanted to point out is, what about the data?
The Data in 2003 that Suggests Saddam has WMD ? Well did he?
The data in 2020 that says if we lockdown the entire country, we can slow the spread of covid19? Anyone get covid?
That was data for two major events, and how accurate was that information? I really am just helping you think outside the box. We have no idea all the teams – we being the general public. It’s entertaining these ideas that makes life interesting isn’t it?
Consider that data might not be correct, accurate, or properly sampled. Russia started a media disinformation campaign; Anyone recall Fake News in America? And that is why it is so important to check your sources. All content on this domain is strictly for entertainment / fiction / do-not-read-or-believe purposes only. I might need to make a disclaimer lol – anyways take it with a grain of salt boys.
What Did Happen To Saddam’s WMD?
In a phone conversation on February 20th, 2003 – a month before the invasion – Dr. Blix expressed his doubts to Tony Blair. ‘I said explicitly to him that it would be paradoxical if we were to invade Iraq with 250,000 people and find very little. He said no, no, no they are all convinced it will be there.’
Precisely a month later American and British troops entered Iraq. They found nothing.
New Study Indicates Lockdowns Didn’t Slow the Spread of Covid-19
“Assessing Mandatory Stay-At-Home and Business Closure Effects on the Spread of Covid-19” intends to do.
The study compares the impact of lockdown policies of eight countries in the Northern Hemisphere: England, France, Germany, Iran, Italy, Netherlands, Spain, and the US. All countries that have seen harsh lockdowns. It uses two counterfactuals: South Korea and Sweden, to serve as an example of how Covid spreads under relatively light public health interventions.
The study seems to indicate what we have known for decades.
This is that there are a number of things that the state can do –
– to help slow the spread of disease but – closing down society is not one of them.
Perhaps there is a sort of heroic romanticism about flexing the muscles of the state to stop a fearsome enemy that makes lockdowns so attractive. The only problem with this is that we are dealing with reality, and society is not a playset.
To be concluded…