The Wuhan Coronavirus – A Bug in Search of a Windshield

The Wuhan Coronavirus has finally broken its containment. With some exceptions (Taiwan), our governments have handled the situation with complete incompetence, actually helping it to spread. And, we even have a cult to blame for a massive outbreak in South Korea and who-knows-where-else.

The question is…

…what comes next?

There are too many unknowns to be certain, but we think that we might be in for a pretty rough ride. And, the virus itself, won’t be the biggest problem.

All of this sounds like a bug in search of a windshield.

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The Wuhan Coronavirus – Death by Stupidity, Japanese Style

The Japanese government put morons in charge of the Diamond Princess quarantine. They went full retard, and you should never go full retard.

Japan bungled the cruise ship quarantine so badly that Japan is now almost certain to have a big outbreak of the Wuhan Coronavirus – forcing them to cancel the Tokyo Olympics that begin this summer.

This proves that our biggest threat might not be the evil intentions of our government, but the absolute incompetence and stupidity of elected officials. These people are dumber than a box of rocks, and I can hardly believe it.

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3/11 – A Warning Ignored

Sunday was the seven year anniversary of 3/11.

Three eleven. That’s what we – in East Asia – call the Tohoku Earthquake and Tsunami of March 11th, 2011. The rest of you think of it as the time when the Fukushima nuclear reactors melted down and blew up.

However, it’s more than a disaster. It’s also an allegory of the future – an allegory that we need to pay attention to. Those who do not internalize this warning about the future, will be lucky to survive when that future arrives.

Why do I say this?

Most who died in the 3/11 Tsunami, did so because they ignored the warning – or didn’t hear it.

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