Kate Wand, December 24, 2020
How did we deal with the The Hong Kong Flu of '68-69? Woodstock.
"Woodstock Occurred in the Middle of a Pandemic"
An essay by Jeffrey A. Tucker at AIER.
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In August of 1969 on a small farm in New York state, the music festival that would be known as Woodstock took place. Many remember the festival, the acts, and some of the aftermath. What many do not remember is this happened while the Hong Kong flu (H3N2) was plaguing the world. The flu killed more Americans than died in the Korean and Vietnam wars combined. There was no shutdown. There were no protests. People didn't social distance and the economy wasn't destroyed. Americans built heard immunity and became stronger for it.
The contrast with modern day cannot be more striking. While Sweden and Taiwan followed more data driven approaches, most countries decided to lock down and hide. As more data shows that does not work well, it is hard for politicians to admit that they were wrong.
Channel Dad Bryon Lape reads an article by Jeffrey A. Tucker on the American Institute for Economic Research remembering the Woodstock festival held during the Hong Kong flu and events today. There is no doubt that today's response is completely politically motivated, but to what end? Most countries will not build herd immunity and their people will be weaker.
Tucker also takes a look at how baby boomer parents handled and reacted to their children getting ill and healing. Children were encouraged through illness and not given anxiety and fear like they are today. What is going on?
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Del Bigtree, May 11, 2020
In the late 60s, the Hong Kong Flu killed 100,000 Americans as it swept the world in a similar fashion to Coronavirus. Did we lockdown? Did we “social distance” to get through it? You won’t believe what Americans did during this historic pandemic.
"The contrast between 1968 and 2020 couldn't be more striking. They were smart. We are idiots. Or at least our governments are."
The Highwire with Del Bigtree