Will a microbe seal the fate of Iran’s virulent regime?

Will a microbe seal the fate of Iran’s virulent regime? warsclerotic.com/2020/03/16/wil

Here’s hoping… P.S. First I’ve heard about Nasrallah catching it – LOL if true. The problem with events that catch us off-guard is that we are never prepared for the unexpec…

warsclerotic.com

Will a microbe seal the fate of Iran’s virulent regime?

Here’s hoping…

P.S. First I’ve heard about Nasrallah catching it – LOL if true.

https://www.israelhayom.com/opinions/will-a-microbe-seal-the-fate-of-irans-virulent-regime/

The problem with events that catch us off-guard is that we are never prepared for the unexpected to happen. Who would have thought that the entire world would suddenly be destabilized by one microbe?

It will take some time before people grasp the social, political and economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic. But it is already altering our landscape and knocking previous assumptions off-course.

Until a few days ago, attention in the United States was focused on whether the Democrats could find a plausible candidate to beat President Donald Trump. Now Trump’s main political opponent is the coronavirus.

During the rackety first few weeks, the administration behaved with impressive speed and resolution in banning flights from China, but then Trump unwisely minimized the severity of the threat of the coronavirus. Now America has banned all flights from mainland Europe, while states of emergency in epidemic hotspots are spreading.

Trump has given the damaging impression that he’s been thrown off-guard by the virus because he can’t make a deal with it. If America goes into coronavirus lockdown, the president stands to pay a heavy political price.

In Britain, the Chancellor of the Exchequer has just delivered a budget with an eye-watering and, in normal times, reckless increase in public spending to stave off the worst effects of the probable virus fueled recession. In London, events are being canceled, shops are empty, and the normally packed Tube has plenty of space – even at rush hour.

In Israel, where thousands are now quarantined at home, the government took the earliest and most draconian decisions to bar flights from the most affected countries and is now quarantining all arrivals, including Israeli citizens

As a result of its proactive and uncompromising approach, at present Israel is in better shape than most countries. Even so, Israelis are facing inconvenience and worse.

Synagogues are staggering service times for small batches of congregants. Bus drivers are taped off from passengers who are being waved on board without paying. El Al, with massively reduced flights, is on the brink of bankruptcy. Schools nationwide have been closed.

Relatively few in the preoccupied West are taking proper notice of how this unprecedented crisis is playing out in Iran.

After China, Iran has become the second global hub of the disease. So far, even according to doctored official figures, at least 9,000 have been diagnosed with the virus, and 429 have died from it. Unofficial estimates suggest a figure of 1 million or more who have been affected, with thousands of deaths.

In the beginning, the regime concealed the truth and pretended the virus was not affecting the country. Then senior members of the regime fell ill, some of them displaying visible signs during public appearances. Five current lawmakers are known to have the virus, and two representatives elected in the parliamentary elections last month have died of the disease.

Hassan Nasrallah, the leader of the Lebanese terror organization Hezbollah, is also reported to have been infected and has been placed under quarantine along with several of his senior circle. Warsclerotic read more

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2 Responses to Will a microbe seal the fate of Iran’s virulent regime?

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