Setting undoubted prejudice aside, if you're angry enough to escalate seemingly trivial provocations to physical attacks on multiple occasions, you will inevitably and rightfully be known as angry.
You could dismiss her with an eye roll if she wasn't making decisions that put her colleagues in danger, unknown to them. If I were her employer, I'd also be furious with her endangering their probably already delayed project.
@guest2 Why does it all have to be a big conspiracy orchestrated by the WHO to drag down Trump?
@guest2 The WHO isn't very relevant to America's pandemic response, nor is China. Both just smokescreen that Trump tried to spin. If you find that you're having to do backflips and point to side issues to defend a politician on an issue, isn't that revealing that they're not really directly defensible on that issue?
If a shark swam under the bridge just then, I'm pretty sure this show just technically jumped it.
@rush Haha. Oh dear. Absolutely. A little similar. Thanks for sorting me out.
@cat In the absence of a vaccine, COVID-19 could tick along the way it is for years. I'm more in favour of a widespread testing response and contract tracing to respond to these low levels of infection. I think that economics of the situation will inevitably push us towards this solution.
@guest2 The WHO has no executive control over the way individual countries control their contagion. China was rigorously taking measures against their contagion while Trump was attempting a political solution to a medical crisis. Criticism of Trump had a chance to reduce deaths, criticism of China at that stage was too late. Trump sat on his hands, even now, and American deaths continue. China isn't sitting on its hands.
@cat Fair enough, but I can only opine on childcare alone, I'm not in a position to defend or agree with every line item in the Budget.
@guest2 These damn globalists, huh?
@cat I think that there are limits to what childless taxpayers should subsidise.
@guest2 WHO are calling for more nuance in controlling the pandemic, if you're dealing with spot fires, then don't flood the whole region in an attempt to douse them. Lockdowns were, without a doubt, necessary and effective in countries caught unawares and contagions raged widely and out of control. Now, like in Australia, where we're dealing with limited outbreaks, aggressive testing and contract tracing is more appropriate than Stage 4 lockdown.
@rush Yep. Uncomfortably true.