MB usually has a pretty good view of, Adam Creighton. His economics are usually well-grounded and, over time, he’s woken up to the scourge of mass immigration. But his record of pro-virus rants cannot go unmentioned. More today:
The aim of such blunt policies, enacted contrary to advice and without empirical support, has steadily shifted from “flattening the curve”, to suppression, and now, in Victoria, at least, “elimination”.
Regardless, we shouldn’t have copied the policies of an increasingly totalitarian state on faith; many terrible and stupid things are popular, and science doesn’t care about feelings.
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