Everyone knows some psalms of medic mythology.
One of the best known stanzas is the imunnologic dogma
Once thou hast survived a viral malady,
Thou hast acquired immunity.
Thus, thou can not be laid low anymore
And thou can not spread said malady ever again
This surely comes handy amid the spreading Coronavirus disease causing politicians of every creed worldwide to declare every emergency conceivable in order to free their entrusted
underlings electorate of cumbersome, superfluous civil and human rights in oder to ferociously and heroically battle a most infectious, extremely deadly and invisible virus that would surely kill us all if we don’t hunker down, if we don’t agree to additional surveillance that would help us follow all lockdown measures.
I admit to having gone astray from the subject matter indicated at the beginning of this article.
O Saint Greta in unison with Saint Corona:
Please forgive my vile digression which I did solely for the purpose of heretical mockery!
Now with peace of blessings in mind, let’s delve into the matter that really drives me mad as hell.
To reiterate… as we all know it is said to be a fact that everyone who made it through a viral infection is immune against that virus And cannot infect anyone else.
Now Austria meanwhile has accumulated hundreds of immune people since the outbreak of CoV-19.
These people are the lucky bastards since they can now live lives as everyone did before.
They can go wherever they want, visit whoever they fancy, they don’t have to practice „social distancing“ anymore since they’re neither a menace to the vulnerable portion of the population since they can’t carry the virus anymore, nor is there any risk for that person to catch that infection again. Immune, remember?
So these guys are free. They must be. Right?
The other day our beloved government has decreed in its unfathomable wisdom that these people must also adhere to the rules of lockdown, must still endure all restrictions, be it social restrictions or limited movement outside the home.
Are you shitting me?
Your rules, your decrees and laws ain’t worth the dirt under my fingernails, you criminal scumbags!
These jerks are already talking in public about their vision of our future by preparing us for a “new normalcy” as they put it.
Anyone who dares to rebel against their schemes is a potential murderer by endangering the most vulnerable part of our society: The Elderlies™!
He will be dealt with severely.
No one should ever dare asking a certain rhetorical question in my presence:
How could it happen? How could it have come to this?
Just look around yourself right now and tell me what you’re seeing:
A cowed, fearful herd of TV addicts, scared shitless by media propaganda and politician’s threats, surveilled not just by drones and police (there wouldn’t be enough of both to keep tabs on every citizen) but also by their fellow citizens – their neighbors!
Joseph Stalin would have loved that and he wouldn’t have needed a Gulag.
We weren’t thrown into a Gulag – we‘re building a Gulag around ourselves by not raising hell, by silently obeying to useless orders and silently doing everything in order to not rock the boat.
Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn writes in “Archipelago Gulag” of the period in 1934 and 1935, when black vans went out every night in St. Petersburg, known then as Leningrad, to round up “class enemies”: former members of the aristocracy, former civil servants, former businessmen, former teachers, professors, and professional people, any Russian — any real Russian — who had graduated from a university.
A quarter of the population of the city was arrested and liquidated by the NKVD during this two-year period.
Solzhenitsyn laments that the citizens of St. Petersburg cowered behind their doors when the black vans pulled up at their apartment houses night after night to arrest their neighbors. If only the decent Russians had fought back, Solzhenitsyn says, if only they had ambushed some of these secret police thugs in the hallways of their apartments with knives, pickaxes, or hammers, if only they had spiked the tires of the police vans while the thugs were in the apartments dragging out their victims, they could easily have overwhelmed the forces of the NKVD and forced an end to the mass arrests. But they didn’t fight back, and the arrests and liquidations continued. And so, Solzhenitsyn concludes, because of their cowardice and their selfishness the Russians deserved what the communists did to them.
Do we deserve better?