How Sweden did better (Main Board)

by SureThing, Sunday, July 19, 2020, 19:53 (21 days ago) @ Pepe the Programmer

Why Sweden Succeeded in “Flattening the Curve” and New York Failed

While Sweden's death toll is indeed substantially higher than neighbors such as Finland, Norway, and Denmark, it's also much lower than several other European neighbors such as Belgium, the United Kingdom, Italy, and Spain.

If flattening the curve was the primary goal of policymakers, Sweden was largely a success.

https://fee.org/articles/why-sweden-succeeded-in-flattening-the-curve-and-new-york-failed/

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Looks Like Sweden Was Right After All

Sweden settled on a policy that they thought was both sustainable and would save as many lives as possible. They weren’t trying to ‘show anyone up’ or ‘prove how smart they were’. They simply took a more traditionalist approach that avoided a full-scale lockdown. That’s all.

But that’s the problem, isn’t it? And that’s why Sweden has been so harshly criticized in the media, because they refused to do what everyone else was doing. They refused to adopt a policy that elites now universally support, a policy that scares people into cowering submission. The Swedish model is a threat to that approach because it allows people to maintain their personal freedom even in the midst of a global pandemic. Ruling class elites don’t want that, that is not in their interests. What they want is for the people to meekly accept the rules and conditions that lead to their eventual enslavement. That’s the real objective, complete social control, saving lives has nothing to do with it. Sweden opposed that approach which is why Sweden has to be destroyed. It’s that simple.

Sweden is rapidly approaching the endgame which means that restrictions can be dropped entirely and normal life can resume. They will have maintained their dignity and freedom while the rest of the world hid under their beds for months on end.

https://www.unz.com/mwhitney/looks-like-sweden-was-right-after-all/


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