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a misunderstanding about COVID restrictions

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Emiliano, Aug 15, 2020.

  1. Emiliano

    Emiliano Guest

    Some guys with very little brain crowding public places without face masks and no regard for other people's health, should be in jail for irresponsibility, they should be liable if they pass a COVID infection to innocent bystanders, relaxing restrictions does not mean that you can crowd, get drunk and party all over town.
    come on guys, you are looking ridicule and idiotic, you are extending this pandemic.
     
  2. Agree

    Agree Guest

    they are called cynical transmitters of COVID-19, they get close to people and nobody does nothing, yesterday at Cap Mall, there was a group of those cynical transmitters blocking the right line which is clearly marked in order to keep people's social distance, I charged against this group of bastards, I am a big guy, strong and able, but what is going to do somebody who's not able to confront this irresponsible guys? security at the mall should be on alert to avoid this kind of confrontations, I am worry for the way this pandemic is affecting people, not only young guys but also some unmature assholes.
     
  3. Bill

    Bill Full Member

  4. Quinn

    Quinn Guest

    Okay so you seem a little frustrated and afraid and i feel for you but can I ask you to think big picture for a minute? I know you want people to do “the right thing” but I don’t think giving the government that much control is, in my opinion, worth the risk. Our government (or really any government in history) is not trust worthy enough to handle that kind of power over it’s citizens freedom. Democracy relies on personal freedom guaranteed by personal responsibility- like the responsibility to do what you can do to keep yourself healthy and not put others at unnecessary risk. I could be wrong, but if nobody will have the debate we only hurt ourselves. If I’m wrong then make a sensible, respectful argument and maybe you can change my mind.
     
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  5. Emiliano

    Emiliano Guest

    I am frustrated but not afraid, and I don't need you to fell for Me, au contraire, I feel for you, and I going to point out with precision why:
    1. there is not any lost freedom when you choose to wear a mask to protect yourself and your love ones, in fact I think that you are digressing from the point I am making, and that point is safety. and what risk are you talking about when you say that we are giving the government too much power? what you want to do? go to the nightclub or a whorehouse and have some sex? or maybe go to the beach and swim naked? or are you frustrated because you didn't go to the pride parade? BE REALISTIC AND MORE MATURE PLEASE!

    2. if you want to have the "freedom" risking your health do it alone, and don't infect other innocent bystanders. at the end you will be infected and will end prisoner in a gasket, and I will not go to your funeral, when you get to hell don't even fart because you will infect the devil.

    3. your democratic right ends when safety of others is at risk, and in doing so you are against the democratic choice of those who decide to wear a mask and isolate from infected individuals who not only transmit COVID-19 but also infectious ideas of "freedom' that contradict your point of "unnecessary risk"
    So what is it any many moo?

    4.when you say "personal responsibility, you yourself destroyed all your initial arguments.and I will not try to make you change your mind because you already are talking about responsibility to keep yourself healthy but you are not going to achieve that with your face unprotected or closing the distance with other people, either you get infected or them, probably you already are.

    as a conclusion; I want to comment what I say when I see those protesters who think that the government is imposing lockdowns and distancing regulations, I say "look oh shit! how many people has excrement instead of brains"
     
  6. NoCaCa

    NoCaCa Guest

    Jail to those who intentionaly pass covid to others, or death sentence...:(
     
  7. nathaniel11mz

    nathaniel11mz New Member

    Masks the smallest part of the protection against spreading virus. The main thing is - to care about social distancing.
     

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