RECOVERY: PANDEMIC vs. WAR

In May, year by year celebrates the city of Plzen the end of WORLD WAR II, for the first time in 2020 no celebration took place and this image and many others helped me to understand.

Despite the fact many politicians and world leaders call the PANDEMIC new WAR, the difference in recovery can not be bigger.

The WAR HERITAGE is destruction and death people

The PANDEMIC HERITAGE is clean air and death numbers

The RECOVERY after a WAR means REBUILDING and RECONSTRUCTION

The RECOVERY after PANDEMIC means PREVENTING the PRE-PANDEMIC state to come back.

PANDEMIC is not a WAR

Those who call it so would like us not to see the difference, would like us to agree with new money to be printed and spent the same way as if REBUILDING and RECONSTRUCTION are needed. These people do all to have more power than before, eliminating freedom of man in exchange for health, which in fact the man never lost.

WAR is not PANDEMIC

War destroys houses, streets, rail connections. War kills workers. War erase families and establish a feeling of ideologic unity. One man fight against another because of feeling he does it for a good, but the definition of good is missing. The result of war is every time the same. DESTRUCTION. PHYSICAL and PSYCHOLOGICAL DESTRUCTION, which needs a long time to heal and be recovered. After war hands which hold weapons took shovels and begun to build NEW and BETTER places to live in, not asking for money.

Pandemic leave houses untouched, streets, rail connections in better condition than before, not being destroyed by the never-ending stream of traffic. Pandemic close factories, but does not kill the workers, just close them at home. Pandemic makes family ties stronger, by permanent unity established behind doors closed with an established feeling of invisible danger. All people fight as one man against the virus. The aim is to be free again as soon as possible. The result of the pandemic is variable. It depends on the understanding of the true impact.

Behind close windows and doors, nature recovers with never expected speed. Where one the OZON HOLE, no penetration is to see. Where lifeless spaces animals and nature fill in delivering the green. Water clean so as the air.

The PANDEMIC SHUT DOWN did deliver RESULT we look for, the natural reconstruction of environment originally damaged by the man in a long-lasting war against nature and the only planet we are able to live on.

The PANDEMIC delivered BETTER and HEALTHIER place to live in

In the middle of May 2020, I feel these words have to be said

I feel a simple man has to speak out against the marketing machinery of fear, so I do and not only words but tools have been delivered including INDUSTRY 5.0 with systematic waste and wasting prevention are the heritage to leave behind.

This is my home. What is yours?

In the end, I would like to add the video and words of US OFFICER. We never met. We never spoke together. We just share the same feeling and mindset.

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I am HUMAN. This is the only title you can find after 30 years in business on my business card. Since 2013 I build wasteless world. I am founder of INDUSTRY 5.0

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Michael Rada

Michael Rada

I am HUMAN. This is the only title you can find after 30 years in business on my business card. Since 2013 I build wasteless world. I am founder of INDUSTRY 5.0

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