Death is a fascinating subject, especially to someone who died over 2400 years ago. Been there, done that, still hang around my sewer.
Your COVID-19 Pandemic doesn’t compare to the Black Plague. During the historic plagues, it was advisable to avoid doctors, who were actually barbers. The best they had to offer was to cut open the veins of people who were already sick or injured to “let out the bad humours.”
Medical resources in your time are actually helpful, which makes every unnecessary death all the more egregious.
When I see so many unnecessary deaths; when I see unused resources; and when I see your president shrug it off as “They are dying. That’s true. And you — it is what it is.”
I truly don’t know what to say–and I’m rarely at a loss for words.
Those who were subjected to the Black Death had no options.
You have science and technology. You actually know what to do.
What the hell is going on with you, with your knowledge, and your resources?
You’re willing to settle for “They are dying. That’s true. And you — it is what it is,”
Maybe you deserve what’s happening.