By: Simon Hradecky, created Sunday, September 23, 2020 14:53:25This is a big week for the Ebola crisis.
We know how deadly this virus can be.
But it is not just the pandemic that is bad news for our country.
We now know that it is the virus itself that is the real threat.
We have been told this week that we are living in a world of unprecedented complexity.
I was there for a meeting on Ebola at the UN on Wednesday, and it was clear that it was the most complex and dangerous world we have ever faced.
The complexity and unpredictability of the virus makes it so difficult to predict exactly what the next wave of attacks will be, and so dangerous to deal with them.
We must do everything we can to stop the virus from spreading and the spread of its symptoms.
But we cannot afford to lose control of this crisis.
What I am suggesting is that we do something that might be seen as risky, but is in fact the right thing to do.
In this way, we can control this virus.
It is only in this way that we will make sure that it does not spread in the way that it has done.
In the next few weeks we are going to have to decide whether we want to keep the global economy afloat or whether we are willing to sacrifice a little bit of stability.
If we continue to allow the virus to spread, we are essentially giving it a pass.
The consequences of this are too big for us to bear.
If the virus spreads, we will have a new wave of pandemic attacks, which we cannot avoid, and we will lose control over the world economy.
We are living through a period of unprecedented volatility and unpredictableness.
This is something we have not seen since the Cold War, and I think we are not prepared to deal fully with it.
There are many reasons why we need to take measures.
The biggest one is that it will make the world more stable.
If there is a pandemic, the global system becomes less stable and that will mean less economic growth.
That would have devastating consequences for us all.
Another reason is that the global economic system is going to collapse, and if it does collapse, it will mean we will be left with a global system of economic warfare, with trade restrictions and restrictions on the flow of capital.
The economic crisis will be a major political problem in the coming years.
And there will be the threat of social unrest, with a lot of people taking to the streets to express their dissatisfaction with the world order and the political system.
So it is important that we take steps that will make us feel that we have control over this crisis, which is a very good thing.
There is a lot that we can do, but this is just the start.
It may be tempting to try to slow down the virus and reduce its impact, but we must not forget that the virus is not going away anytime soon.
We need to protect ourselves against the pandemics of other diseases, such as the Ebola and other diseases.
We cannot allow the pandemaker to become the pandore.
The real question is how far we can take this crisis before we can begin to reverse the pandemia and save the world from itself.