Why Won’t They Admit Failure? By Jeffrey A. Tucker

At this point, admitting all the failure of the government the last few years might well spark a revolution. From Jeffrey A. Tucker at brownstone.org:

It seems strange that one of the world’s richest men would feel the need for a book tour to boost sales. But that is what Bill Gates is doing, granting a series of interviews with deferential journalists.

The thesis of his book and his interviews is that we should have locked down harder, sooner, and more precisely. Plus the vaccines need to be better next time.

But make no mistake: in his view, there is no overall failure in the whole theory of pandemic control they deployed two years ago. That is sound. To be sure, mistakes were made but we can only learn from them, which is why public health agencies need more resources, more intelligence, more power, more deference.

In this interview, Bill grants that he did not know the demographics of risk of the pathogen, even though the whole world knew in late January.

And in this interview, he grants that there was no chance for eradication of covid, and also that “young people don’t sick very often,” which makes one wonder about the reasons for the extended lockdowns, from which the poor suffered most. He has regrets but hey, who doesn’t?

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One response to “Why Won’t They Admit Failure? By Jeffrey A. Tucker

  1. Bill Gates should not only stay away from public health, he should be jailed for murder!

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