Swedish Academic: Coronavirus Will Destroy Globalism and End Mass Migration
Lars Bern explains why COVID-19 will finish off globalism in new interview
One of Sweden's leading academics, Lars Bern, has predicted that the global coronavirus pandemic will destroy globalism and end mass migration around the world.
Speaking during a recent video interview with SwebbTV, Bern, a Swedish engineer, doctor of technology, business leader, and writer, talks about the impact of COVID-19 on the world.
According to Bern, the outbreak will have a long term impact on the way the world operates.
The main problem with SARS-CoV-2 is not that it's deadlier than other viruses, but that it’s new and incredibly contagious, Bern explains.
No one was immune to the virus when it first started spreading, causing many people to become infected, very quickly.
Bern says, however, that the mortality rate of COVID-19 is not any higher than that of the normal flu.
Therefore, the main goal of lockdowns and social distancing measures is to reduce the strain on hospitals and health workers who would be overwhelmed with patients.
Bern believes that the higher incidence of metabolic syndrome a county has the higher its death rate will be.
However, Bern does not believe that a vaccine will help much, partly because it will take years to produce one, and partly because the virus will have most likely mutated before it’s released on the market.
According to Bern, treating COVID-19 patients with malaria and Ebola medicine along with large doses of vitamins and minerals is more effective.
Bill Gates’ “wet dream” to vaccinate every person on the planet and issue digital vaccine certificates will not come true, Bern argues.
The so-called medical experts aren’t really experts, he says.
SARS-CoV-2 is a new strain of the virus and the truth is that no one knows the best way to deal with it.
Bern argues that the same can be said for the economic experts who are interviewed daily.
None of them know what will happen, they can only speculate.
He then goes on to talk about globalism, which in his opinion will end in its current form as a result of the virus.
Bern argues that nationalism will replace globalism and that borders will remain closed, mass migration will stop, and countries will begin to put the needs of their own citizens first.
We’re already seeing this in Europe and European Union has been widely criticized for its handling of the crisis.
Bern says that the EU most likely will collapse as a result of its failure to help member states during the crisis.
That would be a positive development, he says, adding European states should keep trading freely but ditch the rest of what the EU stands for.
Bern argues that mass migration will become impossible after the crisis since no country will be able to afford it.
It will be out of the question to even suggest it for many years to come, he says, adding that every dime will be spent on rebuilding our national economies, strengthening our health systems, and on future emergency preparedness.
As for the global economy, oil-dependent countries will suffer the most.
And the turbulence on the oil market will lead to instability in the Middle East, which may lead to conflicts that could very well lead to war.
It will take many years for the world to recover from the coronavirus crisis, and the situation will get much worse before it gets better, he concludes.