Did Sweden’s Policy on the Covid Lockdown Work? No Says International Press, Yes Say Actual Swedes

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The following is a comment from a person living in Sweden who felt the need to comment on the recent stories in the press that Swedish officials have somehow begun backtracking on their decision not to shutdown the entire country in the face of the Covid19 fake pandemic:

This is total…perversion of what actually happened. People in charge are trying to whitewash their incompetence (or worse) and presstitues are helping them.

Here a comment from a Sweden fella, who is in the middle of this story (courtesy of Tom Woods):


I need to comment on the news circulating that makes people believe that Sweden has somehow admitted defeat with regards to their pandemic response. Nothing could be further from the truth.

Anders Tegnell, the primary Swedish state epidemiologist, was asked during an interview if he would have done things differently if he had known what he knows now about the virus. He answered that yes, of course as we learn more things about this new virus every day, there are always some improvements that one can make. The media took this as a sign that he’d admitted that the Swedish strategy had failed.

If I was red-pilled about the media before, what do you call the state beyond red-pilled? Because that’s where I’m at right now.

Tegnell reassured at the press conference yesterday that he would not have changed the Swedish strategy, and he then emphasized that the Swedish strategy is a “threat to the rest of the world,” meaning that it could easily discredit everyone who imposed a lockdown. When asked during the press conference what exactly he could have done differently, he responded that Sweden should have not closed down the high schools, for example. In other words, the problem he had isn’t that Sweden did too little. It’s that they might have overreacted when closing the high schools

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The note was left in the comment section of an article originally written on Zerohedge.  The article can be read in its entirety here.

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