Over the early days of the reflexive pandemic the corporate and governmental call to the people of the world was: “We’re all in this together.”
And while this general call to unify as “global citizens” was soon disrupted by the obvious signs that we were really not all in this together – equally – the sentiment has started to catch on throughout the world in the shape of an organically intersectional unification for the right to freedom of speech, freedom of movement, and the liberties of mankind.
On the other hand, leaders across the globe to a great extent have started to relax restrictions and open up society once again.
But there remain several holdouts – in Canada, France, Italy, New Zealand and Australia. Why is this and why are these nations apparently “all in this together” against the movement to respect the freedom of their citizens?
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