The Irish government has rejected a recommendation to return the country to a full lockdown in the first clash with health chiefs since the Covid outbreak began.
The surprise recommendation by the National Public Health Emergency Team (NPHET) late on Sunday to impose the highest of five levels of restrictions possible with immediate effect had led to sharp criticism from some of the country’s most senior politicians, including the former taoiseach Leo Varadkar.
While the rising spread of the virus is causing alarm and has led to partial lockdowns in several counties, most of the country is still on level 2 restrictions, involving fewer limits to social and economic activity.
Ministers faced opposition from politicians and business to what would have amounted to Europe’s first major second-wave national lockdown.
On Monday night, the cabinet opted to move the country to level
What are “Brules”?
Brules = BS rules
Today, there are many different kind of “brules” that the society has used to brain-wash us. Some common “brules” include:
- University Degree is necessary
- After you get a degree, you must go out and find a well-paying job or else you are screwed
- Time is money (What?! This is also a brule? I will get to this very soon. Continue reading.)
- The pursuit of money is inherently bad
This list is inexhaustive.
Let’s reflect. Were you told by your parents and teachers to study hard and get an University degree? After that, were you pushed by them and the society to find a job, the higher the salary the better? Are you currently stuck in a job that you don’t necessarily like at all? Are you pressured by all the bills coming in every month?
All of this happened because the society has … Read More