What religion began, nationalism has completed, with the nation as the secular substitute for God. Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different result. The covid madness has taken it to new levels. COVID‐19 pandemic impact the development of nationalism and world order.
Madness has engulfs the planet like no other as a senior in my lifetime and of all my relationship that surround me. Millions and Billions of people are some form of lockdown in their homes and businesses . Many who work in essential jobs – many cannot afford to stay home without state funds. Intensive-care beds face medical & shortages of equipment and time. The billionaires believe that they can isolate themselves in their enclaves, but the covid virus knows no borders. Where far more pass dangerous & present viruses had no such power over the people. Plus a dozen greater ways to die, don't hold a candle to the world order of Covid.
Nationalism is not a concomitant of a particular disease.
Adversity is not a necessary precursor to conflict.
Disease may bring people together in the short run not the long run.
It's axiomatic that there are far worse calamities than mere disease ahead.
If abstract nouns run the planet then they'd be greed, envy and lust.
@Castlepaloma Obsession with this Anti-Lockdown mindset in the United States, it goes hand in hand with rightwing grievances. Opposition to abortion and immigration and claiming the election was rigged. If it weren't for Covid deniers, this would've not spread to this degree. The biggest culprit was Donald Trump advocating not following distance protocols and intentionally slowing down testing for fear those numbers would make him look bad. If he had followed proper mitigation, he would've been re-elected, but then that would call for him to care about people, which he doesn't. This stuff you're regurgitating from right wing websites is effective to vulnerable (ignorant) people.
Actually none of that makes any sense. Covid is not nationalism and you haven't demonstrated it even remotely is. The issue, at least in America, was incompetence in handling the crisis. You leaving that obvious fact out of your comment shows a blind spot that you should address.