Category: Covid-19

Covid-19: Reap What You Sow

In the previous article, I showcased the bright side of politicians and the general masses. I thought it’d only be fair to show some more insight into the recent surge in the statistics. 19th April 13th April 11th April 2nd April 30th March 29th March 29th March 29th March 28th March 25th March 21st March …

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Covid-19: Most Lives Don’t Matter

Aaand I’m back! Back again with another banger! Yesterday I focused a huge portion of my article slamming India. And some readers may wonder why. Well, the reason is quite simple really: they had it coming. But the problem in India isn’t just the people – it’s the politicians. You see, politics is one field …

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Covid-19: It Can Only Get Worse

A lot of countries, and by countries, I mean the people, and their governments, were toying with the pandemic. “Just two more weeks,” they said. India just crossed 315K new cases in a day. LIGHT THE FIREWORKS! CELEBRATE! Masks off! More weddings and crowds and loitering on the streets! Uttarayan! Holi! Kumbh Mela! Let’s go …

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Covid-19: India Number One!

Hello Hello Hello! Look who’s here! It’s time for another article! Hell yeah! I’m quite busy at the moment but I decided to drop in today dawn to comment on some important issues. So, back in November last year, I’d posted an article about USA Number One. At it’s peak, the US had 200K+ cases …

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Covid-19: The Great Pandemic

Remember when old folks mentioned The Great Depression? I believe we now have The Great Pandemic. During my lifetime people have talked about SARS, swine flu, MERS, Ebola, and Zika. But this – this isn’t SARS or MERS or Ebola. No no no. This is far more dangerous. And I think we’ve just scratched the …

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