destroying a new coronavirus testing centre. With their bare hands. Literally smashing the place to the ground. This is a testing centre - not a hospital or treatment facility.
My instinctive reaction was a mix of sadness and something else. But before I had time to recognise the something else for what it was, I was processing an article that I was simultaneously reading (I feel very contemporary to both read and listen to the news at the same time, although it's about the only form of multi-tasking I can handle).
The article I was reading was about how more than twenty 5G cell-tower masts had been torched and vandalised in the UK, because of a belief by some that there is a link between roll-out of 5G technology and the spread of coronavirus.
The pandemic crisis presents us with more irrefutable evidence that certain human characteristics are universal. Not all of them good.
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Ignorance and Superstition - The Crisis Reminds Us That Human Nature Is Universal
By Roy Walker
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