At the latest in the Corona crisis, people seem to have finally lost any rational analysis of cause and effect. For as long as Covid-19 has existed, this disease has been at the root of all the horrors in the world, it seems. She is even said to be responsible for the Ukraine war!
So reported among other things Blick.ch with reference to an article in DailyMail about a theory according to which Vladimir Putin – who officially never contracted Covid – is said to have gone insane due to Long Covid and therefore started the war. In complete contrast to the insanely convincing vaccines in the West, the Russian Sputnik V vaccine is not at all reliable, it can be read there: So one can freely assume that Putin was definitely ill with Covid-19. The pharmacist Hussain Abdeh is quoted as saying that Covid diseases could lead, among other things, to sudden changes in behavior up to delirium, confusion and agitation. The British doctor Dr. Paul Ettinger elaborated that Long Covid certainly affects mental health:
It is an autonomic nervous system disorder similar to chronic fatigue syndrome and can leave you unable to make correct decisions and suffer from a foggy mind, leading to feelings of confusion.
In truth, a number of medical professionals doubt that “Long Covid” as such even exists – also because studies have shown that people who have never had Covid curiously want to have Long Covid. The symptoms described (which are extremely non-specific) are very often associated with the consequences of the lockdowns and the constant scaremongering. But as a result of the Ukraine war, Covid is increasingly taking a back seat – and somehow you have to keep the narrative going.