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"Two weeks to flatten the curve" has turned into "two years to crush their spirits" — and people around the world may be finally waking up. Church Militant's Hunter Bradford takes a look at new data on the so-called vaccines and the China virus, and some new attitudes that are accompanying it.
A new attitude seems to be emerging of late that we must find new ways to live with the coronavirus.
Boris Johnson, British prime minister: "The government will no longer mandate the wearing of face masks anywhere in England."
As some countries begin to promote a fourth shot, more people are realizing the China virus may be with us indefinitely, meaning it's time to start treating it as we do the flu.
Data out of Denmark, a country known for its left-wing culture, confirms the problem. Ninety-five percent of Danish adults are double-vaccinated, and sixty-five percent are boosted. Yet there are more COVID hospitalizations now than before the experimental therapy was introduced in December 2020.
Yahoo reporter: "Denmark's health minister says it is time to go back to business as usual."
And the recent spike in cases is occurring in Canada, the United States and across the world — despite the proliferation of the so-called vaccines. Israel, perhaps the most jabbed country in the world, is reaching a new high of 85,000 new cases a day. In England, vaccinated adults under 60 are now dying at twice the rate of the unvaccinated of the same age. This as media are ignoring side effects of the shots.
It's becoming evident, even to liberals, that vaccine mandates and other protocols are doing more harm than good.
Bari Weiss, former New York Times opinion writer: "We haven't gotten back to normal, and it's ridiculous at this point. This is going to be remembered by the younger generation as a catastrophic moral crime."
As the experimental shots fail and restrictions loosen, the world may be moving into a different phase of living with the virus.
Even the New York Times recently said in an article that many Democrat voters "want to hear the party's plan for living with the coronavirus."