Re: Well, good on them
After swine and bird flu, there is an obvious goal here. In the USA as well as in other countries, the redistribution from bottom to top is obvious. The banks would have collapsed again. Could they have justified the allocation of taxpayers' money this time? Probably not. Covid-19 saves the day. Volkswagen has, since their (ongoing) scandal, only brought out success stories. The only way to do this is by selling cars to companies at a low price. This only works until this segment is saturated, then what follows is a deep hole. And now? Oh miracles! VW gets tax money again - because of Covid-19...
This is one of the cities in Germany that has been hit hardest by Covid-19. Almost three-quarters of the elderly people died in a nearby nursing home. Covid-19, of course! The relatives have contacted the public prosecutor's office and the nursing staff has been piercing information to the press. According to this, the nursing and cleaning staff from Eastern Europe left in a flash after the upcoming border closures became public. People have been dying in their own shit. The corridors were full of excrement and vomit. However, since a lot of money is made with this and the "string-pullers" are big dogs, they will probably stay with Covid-19 as the guilty party. This is all much easier and more profitable than the truth. It was similar in Italy (Bergamo) and what happens in the USA can admired here:
Editor, you now have to pull your article from rotation. ;-)