The pandemic that is reclassifying all social and economic categories closely resembles a revolution. Some say it is possibly the revolution of the 21st century.
The latest issue of Civiltà Cattolica explains how coronavirus could have been little more than a more leathery influence than the others, if the western health system had had the articulation and breadth it had before the liberal squeeze.
It can be added that it would have been intercepted and documented earlier and more effectively if the data on our behaviors, reserved only to the analysts and marketing offices of the Silicon valley, had been shared with the health and national structures.
None of this happened but not for a cynical and cheating destiny.
It’s called capitalism. Now this tragedy must be taken for what it is: a planetary political conflict.