Post-Virus, When Are We Going to Start Thinking?

by Christopher Chantrill
American Thinker

My primary conceit, if I have one, is that I have actually read a book. In consequence, I believe, I can think about the world from more than one perspective.

Can we actually think about the Wu Flu yet?

‘Cos right now most everyone seems to be running on empty.

China? It is doing what lefty totalitarian dictatorships are good at: jailing its people and prompting its useful idiots abroad to broadcast its totalitarian propaganda.

Progressive activists? They got busy calling Trump a racist for stopping flights from China and then calling the American people racists for disdaining the elite-approved name for the disease coined by international bureaucrats.

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