WSJ letter on pandemic and Iraq

Dear Editor,

In the March 18,19 Journal’s Review section is an article claiming lives saved from covid 19 by use of masks, closures, and vaccines. Several sources tell a different story, as those connections are mere speculation and evidence mounts of actual damage done to our society by these draconian measures.

Further back on page C4 Robert Kaplan tells of how, 20 years later, our war on Iraq may not have been a big success.

I wonder what history will tell us 20 years from now about our government’s reaction to the pandemic. Will it be a sort of Tonkin Gulf moment, full of regret and realization of tragic loss?

Fritz Groszkruger


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