World Economic Forum Tweets “Lockdowns Improving Cities,” Then Deletes Admitting It Was Wrong
There is a great scene in the movie ’71 (highly recommended by the way) where a former army medic is dressing the wounds of a British soldier caught behind the lines in Belfast. The older doctor looks at the young man retching in agony and says “You’re just a piece of meat to them.”
Indeed, it’s not just the infantry soldier caught up in the hell that is war who is expendable. To many societal planners, almost ALL of us, our livelihoods, our lifestyles etc. are expendable.
Remarkably, the WEF’s propaganda tweet – which was was accompanied by a video showing deserted streets and silent factories, that noted a record drop in carbon emissions and linked to an article claiming that silent cities contributed to better detection of minor earthquakes (because millions of workers losing their jobs is clearly less important than being able to measure the next M2 quake to the 8th significant digit)– survived just a few hours following a barrage of mockery and outraged comments.
Just before 6am ET on Saturday, the WEF finally deleted the tweet, admitting in a subsequent highly ratioed tweet that “lockdowns aren’t “quietly improving cities” around the world” despite still insisting that the restrictions have been “an important part of the public health response to Covid-19.”
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