Governments Lost the War Against the Virus

Source: Brownstone Institute
by Scott Morefield

“When the Japanese finally surrendered on September 2, 1945, the official news never reached Japanese Lieutenant Hiroo Onoda, who along with a few compatriots spent the next three decades hiding out in the Philippine mountains and carrying out guerrilla activities against local police and farmers. … If there ever was a time to face facts, it is now. Those of us who still have a degree of sanity left need to shout it from the rooftops: The war is over, and the virus won. It is here, it is extremely contagious, it is (sadly) deadly to some, and it’s never going away. The best we can hope for is a semblance of herd immunity that helps control an endemic virus that — hopefully — will over time become more of a cold than a deadly pathogen.” (09/13/21)