No, not all anti-corona action propaganda is paranoia alarmist grave 🙂
I don't know why, but I came to think about different attitudes one can have to those who decide on vaccination, distancing, covid-pass, etc… On the one hand, we have those who lie flat and follow, believe everything they hear from experts and politicians. Perhaps in an overly trusting way.
And so, somewhere on the other end, those who really believe that government agencies, Big Pharma & Gates are in cahoots and are pumping in the population a magnetic substance that will make it possible to finally connect everyone to 5G.
And, not quite so far out, those who mostly have a kind of "You shark nothing!" Attitude to Tegnell &. Co. That these powerful have made a lot of decisions, counted numbers and made forecasts, given us curfews etc. but it didn't help anyway. They haven't had a hidden, sinister agenda. I didn't want to or could see how it actually is! (The latter faction has two types: those who believe that the experts exaggerated the danger, and those who say they underestimated it.)
And then everyone in between. It's a new situation, a new challenge. Who understands that even with the best education and a lot of experience, it could be wrong and you have had to think again.
You want to think that you always have the best thought out, informed opinion on an issue, that's part of the matter… Is psychology also the case, so how do you generally relate to authority? … And then I'm probably lying on the understanding/gullible-naïve side, I think…