Facts, not Theory
As Karl Denninger said on March 25, 2020, "the data doesn't fit the model."
Dr. Erickson COVID-19 Briefing
Global Quarantine Report
Sweden - not crazy.
Russia - a model for Trudeau.
Germany - good old-fashioned German common sense.
Spain - communism. What would you expect?
Miami and Denmark - socialism is wonderful, at least until you run out of other people' money, or it becomes worth less than toilet paper.
Thailand - make sure you have some savings.
Slovenia - just like Canada.
Australia - "COVID-19 FLU ASSESSMENT CLINIC." Flu??? - so far, very quiet.
The lines are at the grocery stores, not the clinics.
Scotland - If you've ever watched the television series, "Foyle's War," you might have found yourself wondering why the people were so afraid of the Nazis, considering the degree of social control that was ubiquitous in Britain at the time. Snitch lines. A population of barely sentient automatons. A lot like Canada. in 2020.
Japan - population 127 million (2018)
- confirmed cases of COVID-19 - 12,368
- deaths - 328 (!)
"Japan is currently the world's oldest country.
The number of elderly people aged 65 or older accounts for 26.7 percent of the 127.11 million total population." -- source
Japan looks like a country where the people are free and the government is restricted. Government of the people, by the people, and all that old-fashioned, outdated Americana, seems to prevail.
Panama - possibly worse than Canada. The kind of country Justin would admire.
Romania - very low carbon footprint. How dare they not?
Netherlands - great environment.
LA - people are waking up.