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Umair Hague – Why Britain’s Coronavirus Strategy is Literally One of the Most Insane Things in Modern History

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Britain’s Government Wants People to Get Coronavirus. LOL — What The? The Tory strategy for dealing with Coronavirus is to let do as it will, and leave the survival of the fittest to sort things out. It fits in with their philosophy, I suppose, where the strong survive and the weakest perish. I know: it’s a big claim. “One of the most insane ideas in modern history?” He can’t be serious! You, my friend, can be the judge. You’ve heard, by now, of America’s bizarre, dismal lack of a response to Coronavirus. But Britain’s lack of a response is even crazier. Yes, really. America’s not responding because it’s a broken society with no public goods: it can’t. But Britain’s not responding because it doesn’t think it should — a conclusion reached by one of the most surreal cocktails of

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Britain’s Government Wants People to Get Coronavirus. LOL — What The?


The Tory strategy for dealing with Coronavirus is to let do as it will, and leave the survival of the fittest to sort things out. It fits in with their philosophy, I suppose, where the strong survive and the weakest perish.

I know: it’s a big claim. “One of the most insane ideas in modern history?” He can’t be serious! You, my friend, can be the judge.

You’ve heard, by now, of America’s bizarre, dismal lack of a response to Coronavirus. But Britain’s lack of a response is even crazier. Yes, really. America’s not responding because it’s a broken society with no public goods: it can’t. But Britain’s not responding because it doesn’t think it should — a conclusion reached by one of the most surreal cocktails of arrogance, pseudoscience, and crackpot punditry the modern world has ever seen.



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Umair Hague - Why Britain’s Coronavirus Strategy is Literally One of the Most Insane Things in Modern History

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Mike Norman is an economist and veteran trader whose career has spanned over 30 years on Wall Street. He is a former member and trader on the CME, NYMEX, COMEX and NYFE and he managed money for one of the largest hedge funds and ran a prop trading desk for Credit Suisse.

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