Afghanistan, irak etc. In all this missions were european troops and not 20! The US bases in Germany are for the operations in middle east east and Africa. You never served in the us army otherwise you would know it. And ever heard of Kandahar german base in Afghanistan or uk troops in Afghanistan? And ever heard of a french army and where around the world have their troops. Ever heard of kfor troops? Ever heard of Nato? You surly never participated in any us army operations otherwise you would know about.
When I was back in the U.K last year , I switched on television and Jason was acting in a BBC drama on the screen (O.K , he was playing the part of a mindless thug on BBC 4) and he also ran three businesses , scrap metal and market stalls and things and doing "on the mic" in pubs and clubs in tourist areas in Spain , certainly knows how to earn a few quid
I don't see the relevance of your post. I was questioning your apparent assertion that lockdowns don't work. Like all choices, they have consequences. That being the case, the question is do we want to save lives or do we want to save businesses?
I have great sympathy for those whose businesses have suffered, but I also have to ask the question, how many of those who have suffered such losses may have died or seen family, friends or employees die had there been no lockdowns or restrictions. They may or not recover from this financially, but you don't recover from death.