Final Word from Tuesday, August 18, 2020

Are the world's governments using covid-19 to see how far they can push their people before they revolt and before forceful crackdowns are needed? Yesterday's decision by Health Min. Adam Vojtěch to require face masks in the interiors of most buildings as of Sept. 1 will be a nuisance for nearly everyone and even more of a problem for operators of cinemas, theaters, hair salons and brick & mortar stores. They must brace for another drop in sales as people seek less-inconvenient alternatives. Statistically speaking, virtually no one is confirmed sick with the virus (0.048% of the Czech population), and only 0.00024% are seriously ill, but the government is imposing restrictions that affect 100% of the population and a rather high percentages of businesses. Other governments are doing the same. It's when governments exaggerate their fraud on the public that people take notice and take to the streets. It happened in Belarus; don't think it can't happen in the "civilized West" too. [ Czech Republic coronavirus minister ANO ]

Glossary of difficult words

incitement - the action of provoking unlawful behavior or urging someone to behave unlawfully;

crackdown - a series of severe measures to restrict undesirable or illegal people or behavior;

nuisance - a person or thing causing inconvenience or annoyance;

brick & mortar - used to denote a business that operates conventionally rather than (or as well as) over the Internet.

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