0_0, if you're not a paid disinfo agent working to tarnish rational criticism of data claims and justified resistance to state measures and excesses during this time -- by associating such opinions with material that is irrelevant, amateur, dumb as rocks, unhinged and often hateful -- you really ought to look into it. Because you're underselling your services to the disinfo community.
It's a pretty low mentality that mocks emergency workers, who are engaged in what they perceive as a crisis, as they keep up their esprit through music and dance during their breaks. It requires some distance from humanity, possibly a hatred of human beings generally.
But to insinuate in addition that the dancing nurses somehow signify that no actual crisis is happening, and in effect to suggest they are actors in some overall model of a global plot, crosses a line into behavior excusable only by actual dementia. It is shameful. What animates such a person, to seek out video freely posted online by the nurses for the purpose of making others feel better, to use it as evidence against them.
Again, if this were December 1914, such a person would use the example of the Christmas cease fire and soccer game in no man's land to insinuate that the war was a fake, that no one was actually dying.
But I guess this is the thread for posting videos of guerilla wankers taking video of themselves standing in front of random hospitals for a few seconds and complaining that they don't see stacks of corpses, or posing weird questions of random EMTs and security guards who do not understand what the point of the exercise is, and presenting the results as evidence of something sinister.
We meet at the borders of our being, we dream something of each others reality. - Harvey of R.I.
To Justice my maker from on high did incline:
I am by virtue of its might divine,
The highest Wisdom and the first Love.TopSecret WallSt. Iraq