I would like to think so, but I think the public will be more compliant than ever with the media blackout of any counter opinion, and promoting the terror.Whatever the rights and wrongs, you will not get anywhere near the same level of compliance from the public for future lock downs. The initial one that started in March was largely well observed, but subsequent ones will not be.
What more did you want from the lockdown? Shops, restaurants etc... were shut, everyone was told to stay at home except for essential shopping, short exercise or critical work. Not sure what else could be locked down and if people didn’t abide to it then who’s fault is that?I like it!
It wasn’t a lockdown, not nearly so.
And it was made a mockery of. By so many.
Not least by the testicle headed unelected Der Fuhrer.
So, Mockdown it is
I agree Pneumonia is an awful experience i had it in both lungs and sepsis. I too took a good 6 months to recover fully. However i exercised my lungs and myself back to fitness the day i left hospital and made it my own personal mission to do so. I can remember spending hr after hr on my spin bike, squats etc. Even after that my lungs were still painful months after. My first run was a painful experience but it had to be done. I still struggle with work dust particles re core drilling, lifting floorboards 4 yrs later. I avoid these tasks as much as possible.Having experienced a case of pneumonia that took at least 6 months to get to some sort of normality back , you really don’t want to take any chances with this .....
It certainly is more deadly by multiples than the virus is. I welcome the drive for fitness. But they're still not really pushing anything that will help our immune systems, in terms of nutrition. It's just vague generalities.The health of the nation has been a dire public health issue for decades
Nutrition has been pushed for years and years, decades even but until fast food and ready meals are made more expensive the majorities will go for the cheaper easier option. The number of people I see on a TV that eat 2-3 takeaways a week! That’s expensive ad crazy.It certainly is more deadly by multiples than the virus is. I welcome the drive for fitness. But they're still not really pushing anything that will help our immune systems, in terms of nutrition. It's just vague generalities.
I must admit I do laugh when I see morbidly obese people wearing masks. I think to myself - you're tackling the wrong health crisis there mate!
It ties in with the current nanny state control. People have lost all sense of personal responsibility, so when they divest it to the government they'll do everything they can to minimise risk so they won't get blamed for anything.The annoying thing is that it’s so easy to eat even a little bit healthier and cook from scratch, there really is nothing to it. Convincing people to try it when they can get junk for next to nothing is the real challenge.
Same goes for exercise.