»A few 90-year-old pensioners will die because of the corona, but it’s only a matter of time before they die anyway,« wrote one of the Facebook users, revealing a picture of young people about their attitude towards the elderly. Times of crisis have revealed people's attitudes towards fellow human beings and solidarity. The attitude of some individuals is based on disrespect for others, which has taken us into the second wave of the epidemic, while Hundreds of people are dying in Europe, and more and more of them are younger.
»A few 90-year-old pensioners will die because of the corona, but it’s only a matter of time before they die anyway,« wrote one of the Facebook users, expressing indifference and disrespect for the lives of the elderly. Due to this attitude of the younger generation, we are witnessing an increasing number of dying people. More than a million people worldwide have died from coronavirus, as well as young people and those without associated diseases.
Human rights theory is based on the assumption that every human being, no matter what he is and what he has done, should be respected just because he is human and for his life it is worth fighting for as long as possible. Irresponsible actions, such as not wearing masks and violating all other measures, are expressed by young people in a way as if they don’t care about the elderly and, above all, about their lives. »They lived their lives, it is important that they had a good time. We young people, even if we die together with them, 'who cares',« she wrote, emphasizing that the lives of the younger are more important than the lives of the elderly.
Even a criminal has the right to be treated as a dignified human being, as a human. Human rights theory contrasts with the dehumanization of people, in this case the elderly, who are in the group of vulnerable people at the time of the coronavirus. The ideology of non-compliance with measures is thus based on contempt and hatred of the elderly and their existence. Did they really deserve it?
On the one hand, the government is trying to preserve the economy, on the other hand, it wants to protect lives
Mortality is higher among the elderly, but more and more young people are dying from the coronavirus. However, the number of deaths is still rising sharply worldwide. The government has thus taken steps to mitigate the pandemic and save the lives of all. On the other hand, intervention laws provide instruments to help young people overcome the crisis, such as unemployment or the loss of income of sole proprietors. Through so-called buffers, they regulate the situation in all sectors of the economy, and most of all in those affected by the coronavirus.