SimonTV Posted August 26, 2021 Share Posted August 26, 2021 21 minutes ago, TheRudeTourist said: I know a lot of the talk is generally about western countries. But what about in countries like Philippines, Indonesia etc.? From what I've seen there has been little to no pushback in countries like this. In Indonesia an activist with large social media following was jailed and force jabbed for speaking out against the tyranny. In Philippines the president told people if they're not jabbed they can't leave the house. All well and good that there is some pushback in some countries but a lot of places around the world they don't have much choice but to comply. Are places like this completely doomed, or is it just going to be a longer road out of it for them? Those countries already had authoritarian governments and covid has worked as a convenient excuse for them to take their authoritarian dreams to the extreme. I have heard some people have not been allowed out of their house for 12 months, very extreme stuff. Many of those countries rely a lot on tourism and that being completely wiped out many of them are struggling and we will end up seeing mass famine as a result and many people will die and they already are. Photos of parking lots full with people looking for food are already surfacing. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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