You are again reinforcing my first point insitu,I find your comments insulting and arrogant in the extreme, in the vein of "I know something you don't, and if you can't figure it out for yourself than I'm not going to tell you." I suggest that in the future you keep your comments focused on the actual topic at hand, and if you have any points you want to make, you post links to supporting data for what you have to say. Otherwise, you are stating personal opinion, not facts. Don't confuse the two.
*People need to think for themselves and not rely on being handed commentary made available to them.
I suppose the next point is:
*Unrefuted data, in particular the human population growth rate early to mid last century, needs to be viewed from a perspective that allows the obvious conclusion:
We can expect an exponentially increasing death rate at this time in history based on the natural biological effect of an aging population in greater density than anytime in recorded human history. In other words, this was always going to happen, there is nothing we can do about it.
The basis for you taking offense is likely grounded in my first point, my expectation that one comes to certain conclusions by way of reason for the purpose of establishing their own unwavering commitment to the underlying truth in an understanding. Yes, I can be overbearingly confident in my deliverance of the "pointy" end of logic but one may argue that arrogance may arise if another is lacking humility... there can be a certain hypocrisy in calling one arrogant no? especially if the "arrogance" is founded in logic laid bare for all. I'd say you were "insulted"(embarrassed) by my pointing to your display of a "lack of contemplation" by citing your failure to correctly reference my argument...which brings us back to my first point, People need to think for themselves...that only happens when people learn to navigate logic as opposed to recite dogmatic ideology... this is the crux of the twisted veil of the commentary on "COVID"...