I would laugh at the stereotypical roles portrayed in this animation if it didn’t portray so accurately the insidious divide and conquer strategy employed by big government.
The “flatten the curve” strategy needlessly disrupts and discomforts every household regardless of whether the household contains at risk individuals i.e. senior citizens and the infirm.
The “flatten the curve” strategy seems to be specifically designed to maximise the economic disruption that will bankrupt many small businesses and self-employed entrepreneurs.
For what benefit?
To sell an illusion.
To sell imaginary healthcare for a virus infection that has no cure.
Seems like another win-win for the globalists and corporatists.
Seems like another government intervention where:
The cure is worse than the disease.
Regarding the repeal of the Glass-Steagall act and other repeals of financial regulations, or even in legislating new financial regulations, you have to be careful that the cure is not worse than the disease.
Rob Johnson (2014-06-11), The Real News Network
On a lighter note:
Will the supermarkets now prioritise placing rubber gloves, surgical masks, plastic raincoats, and galoshes next to the condoms?
That would really flatten the hump.