The 50th anniversary of Earth Day occurred last year and, ironically, there were few celebrations then because of COVID-19. This year, however, will probably be a different story. It should be noted that when the coronavirus pandemic hit, many environmentalists cheered the outcome essentially saying we should look on the bright side of the outbreak.
None of the environmentalists saying we should look at the positive outcomes of the COVID restrictions could care less about people’s lives destroyed and even much of the mainstream media would not report on such consequences either. Earlier this year, one psychologist noted that looking on the bright side of things can actually make things worse due to the fear of facing what is to come.
A lot of front line healthcare workers also hate the virus too, and it was largely due to the outbreak being based on the unknown and not actually data. It’s one thing to keep a positive mental attitude, but it should not be to the point of avoiding reality. There is a reason why Earth Day was founded on the same day as Communist mass murderer Vladimir Lenin. Ultimately, what it comes down to, is that there are psychopaths in every civilization who really enjoy watching the world burn. As long as their world isn’t affected of course.