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The World Economic Forum: ‘lockdowns are improving cities around the world’

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The World Economic Forum — an economic think tank that thinks it’s great that everything is closed — announced today that “lockdowns are quietly improving cities around the world”.

“Lockdowns significantly reduced human activity … leading to Earth’s quietest period in decades,” the WEF enthused in an article accompanied by a dystopian video showing cities without people.

“Urban ambient noise fell by up to 50% at some measuring stations during the tightest lockdown weeks, as buses and train services were reduced, aircraft grounded and factories shuttered.”

It sounds like paradise doesn’t it?

Don’t worry that lockdowns have led to job loses, suicides, drug overdoses, isolation, mental health issues,…



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