John Tamny

Lockdown Fanatics Have Forgotten the Lesson of North Sentinel Island

By John Tamny John Tamny is a Vice President at FreedomWorks, editor of RealClearMarkets, and the author of the newly released book, When Politicians Panicked: The New Coronavirus, Expert Opinion, and a Tragic Lapse of Reason. There follows a short summary of some of the book's themes that the author has done for Lockdown Sceptics. How soon we forget. But so that we don’t, let’s please travel back in time to November of 2018. Memories of what happened then will hopefully further wake people up to the abject stupidity of lockdown as the path to enhanced health. Back then John Allen Chau, a Christian missionary from the United States, made his way to North Sentinel Island. He was murdered upon arrival. North Sentinel is 500 miles east of India, and it’s speculated that somewhere in the range of 100 to 150 people live there. No one knows for sure. The North Sentinelese descend from African migrants who settled on the island 50,000 years ago. Chau’s body was apparently “riddled” by arrows launched from yes, bows. NorthSentinel Island’s civilization is of the Stone Age kind. Per the very excellent Tunku Varadarajan in a Wall Street Journal account from 2018, “the Sentinelese are the world’s most isolated and inaccessible people.” To some of the fanatics who so naively bought the run-and-hide from the...

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