Why prepare for coronavirus to strike the US? It's your civic duty.

Mar 2, 2020
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Not our civic duty in the slightest. The wealthiest country in the world that fires people for missing a few days sick a year or puts them into six to seven figure debt for having a health crisis. The best thing that could happen is a pandemic that grinds this decadent and depraved society to dust so the survivors are forced to help each other instead of claim their great society isn't built on predation. People would do well to make no effort to contain it.
 
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Mar 2, 2020
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It seems to me that some people may be holding back from preparing because of their understandable dislike of associating such preparation with doomsday or "prepper" subcultures.

Who is this author and where does he get his information about "understandable dislikes" regarding association with being prepared? You truly know nothing and will likely be one of the first people to bang on your neighbors' doors, if/when something actually happens that endangers your access to basic, physiological requirements. But you spout your opinion about thinking that it's "understandable" to dislike being associated with those of us who want to be prepared? Sounds like Darwinism in action.
 
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It kills 2%. It's far more deadly and more contagious than seasonal flu. Eventually, everyone will become immune to it either by becoming infecting and recovering, or becoming vaccinated against it.
 

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