The AIER publishes a comparative piece reflecting on the similarities between the American governments' response to the Covid crisis, and their response to the crisis in Vietnam and the subsequent war.
"The similarities between our misguided responses to Vietnam and the coronavirus are striking"
"... President Johnson’s advisors refused to question a course of strategy and consider alternatives rigorously"
One can see their point.
But this doesn't merely apply to America - it certainly applies in the UK, Europe, Australia, New Zealand, Canada... the list goes on.
How realistic is it to suppose that the same group-think can simultaneously arise across much of the world? Would guidance from the WHO have anything to do with this?
"Mission creep is often associated with willful distortion of information on the part of government officials. The intellectual architect and high priest of our state-run religion, Dr. Anthony Fauci, recently admitted that he has been lying to us about herd immunity, in order to manipulate our acceptance of coronavirus vaccines"
I can't vouch for the veracity of this statement, but ...