Actually I simply draw conclusions from the data rather than accepting the generic media-driven narrative. Given that even the very worst-hit nations have seen a per capita mortality rate of under 0.3% (much of which has been caused by doctors killing patients by ventilating them despite medical authorities accepting that it's the wrong thing to do), it's impossible to argue that the absurd costs we've imposed via our panic responses are justified. The WHO points out that our panic has resulted in more than 140 million children in developing nations not getting life-saving vaccinations, and the WHO estimates that at least 10% of these children will consequently die in the coming decade - a death toll several times higher than the global death toll from SARS-CoV2. While it's easy to accept the generic media-driven narrative, it's more informative to look at the data and draw the logical conclusions. Furthermore, it's also worth looking at the various studies that are so often cited, and assessing their reliability, rather than simply accepting the supposed results at face value. I accept few have the time or interest (or the statistical training) to do so, which is why I write about these things here on Medium in order to provide a more fact-based narrative.