Armstrong Economics Blog/Disease Re-Posted Nov 20, 2020 by Martin Armstrong
I am here from the Government to Protect You
COMMENT: Hi Martin
Now that coronavirus deaths have apparently topped 1 million people globally, which is over 0.01% of the world’s population, I’ve been wondering whether there are any other comparable threats to my life that the government is not protecting me from.
I am troubled to see that a similar number of deaths occur across the globe from mosquito bites each year.
In addition to this, according to the World Health Organisation 2.8 million people die every year from obesity-related illnesses.
In light of this, do you think that the wearing of mosquito resistant hazmat suits should be mandatory wearing all times during the summer months for anybody living south of the Arctic Circle and north of the Antarctic region? In addition to keeping mosquitos out, the head apparatus could be fitted with a very small feeding hole limiting calorie intake so that nothing is pernicious as a cheeseburger could get through.
As far as I’m concerned if it saves lives, it’s a no brainer.
As always I am most grateful for your thoughts.
REPLY: Don’t forget cars. Nearly 1.25 million people are killed in car accidents each year and nearly 2 million are disabled. Then all cars should be outlawed even if they are electric. People use to die also riding horses, so can’t use them either. Hm. A major crisis because we obviously cannot achieve 100% safety. Then we eventually die and that impact 100%. So we should outlaw strokes and heat attacks as well.
This is all a scam to use this virus to change the world to Communism 3.0.