‘Is it reasonable to believe ‘Covid-19’ is just a ploy to create panic, chaos?’
“THE conspiracy theory, is the explanation of an event or attitude based on unjustifiable conspiracy such as conducting organized action by unknown or known party, intentionally or unintentionally, secretly or overtly and planning to reach an objective at another party where – the objective that is aimed at achieving specific interests or to dominate the party and then implement some measures to achieve the objective through known or unknown elements,” columnist Hamad Salem Al-Marri wrote for Al-Seyassah daily.
“Unfortunately, this theory has been adopted by many persons, particularly those fighting the ‘corona pandemic’.
“Some of these persons, have denied the existence of this epidemic, hinting that the basic goal of the global uproar was to create a new state of economic chaos, while others say this virus is an ordinary sickness not different from influenza, but some international organizations have intentionally inflated the issue by using the shock therapy to create a state of fear and unawareness among the people and dominate the world economy.
“Apart from the above, some people say this virus has been intentionally spread all over the world to reduce population to protect natural resources.
“Not only that, some spiritual leaders say this epidemic is not a virus, it is rather a radioactive malady spread through the Internet 5G waves and we can protect ourselves by enhancing our positive energies to keep these waves away from our bodies and without using the masks nor resorting to the social distancing or resorting to the preventive measures.
“Unfortunately, we found some people believing in such nonsense allegations and are unintentionally promoting such theories.
“However, we would like to tell these people who have nothing to do with the reality to see the number of deaths and infection cases that have been reported throughout the world as a result of this epidemic and how this epidemic has negatively affected the economies of the world.
“Anyway, we in the State of Kuwait, for instance, have recorded 99,964 cases since the spread of this epidemic up to Sept 21, 2020, and has claimed the lives of 545 people, we pray to Almighty Allah to bestow his mercy upon them.
“Given the above, we wonder if it is reasonable to believe the allegation that there is no epidemic, it is rather what had been reported in this connection, was just a conspiracy that is aimed at creating a new global economic state.
“In this connection, we presume those who are tilting to analyze the events and set up the necessary theories over the same, were supposed to discuss about the source of the virus – man-made virus that was manufactured at one of the health facilities, but the manufactures failed to control it and as a result we saw the widespread global epidemic.
“However, if the virus was man-made, why the people manufactured it? Was this aimed at developing a medicine to deal with the flu viruses or to produce biological weapons?
“If the virus was actually natural, then necessity entails looking for the reason behind its spread among the humans and how to contain it – the viruses such as the chicken pox and the plague as well as the other epidemics which threatened humans.”
“After the announcement of the outbreak of the Corona pandemic in China, no one had imagined that this pandemic would develop with such great speed into a devastating epidemic from which no country in the world had escaped, but no aspect of our daily life escaped from this epidemic,” columnist Faisal Mohammad Ben Sabt wrote for Al-Qabas daily.
“The impact of the pandemic reached our social life and the relationships between spouses, to the point of resorting to divorce and destroying entire families, but this is what has happened and is happening to our present time, as a result of husbands spending longer periods than usual in their homes with each other, and between their children due to the quarantine imposed on them by the authorities Health.
“Reports indicated that one of the most important reasons for many husbands to resort to divorce is the large number of arguments between them, which they were not used to during the quarantine period and the absence of an outlet for the negative feelings that they generate as they were before the pandemic.
“In China, divorce rates rose by 20% last year, and the quarantine period in homes was one of the main reasons for it, and some cities in China have had to put a certain number of daily permitted divorce cases to cope with the unprecedented increase in divorce cases.
“In the United States of America, the divorce rates have increased significantly compared to the previous year, as the rate increased by about 34% during the period from March to June 2020, as a result of the husbands straying put in their homes for long periods, which caused them great psychological pressure, in addition to losing their jobs and having to deal with children throughout the day, the figures also showed that the rate of divorce among newly-weds is greater than among other marriages.
“In conclusion: The Covid 19 virus has revealed that one of the basics of marriage today and its imperative to continue spacing between spouses most of the day, and not to cram them in one place for a long time – and no sympathizing with love.”
“At a time when the countries of the world are fighting the COVID-19 pandemic, only one thing has become clear, which is the post-coronavirus world will be very different economically, politically, and socially. Nobody will emerge from this crisis without losing something dear to them,” columnist Mohammad Al-Jad’ee wrote for Al-Qabas daily.
“Previous threats to individual and social freedoms did not succeed in changing our way of life, but now, these important elements of freedom within our civilization are threatening to disappear in a tangible manner. In the post-COVID-19 world, powerful countries will remap the new international order, bearing in mind their experiences and lessons learned in dealing with the current pandemic.
“It will also bring with it a full and comprehensive review of the role played by international institutions, in a historically unprecedented depth. We will find that developing countries with low GDP growth and high debt, which depend heavily on oil and basic technologies, will have great difficulty maintaining the independence of their foreign policies.
“This will clearly activate the role of information technology in all aspects of life, including e-government, education, trade, health, and applications of artificial intelligence, in addition to the use of tracking devices to monitor people, which would conflict with human rights concerns in the interest of security and safety. Tourism will continue as normal, but with a clear and confusing regimented visa regulations.
“The lessons learned from COVID-19 pandemic have greatly affected the progress of human civilization, and only the best and most efficient will survive and continue. Therefore, we need to take the weak and help them, even if we have to carry them on our shoulders! This was a small part of a lengthy foreign report published a short while ago, which confirmed that the lessons learned from the spread of coronavirus were very influential and unprecedented.
“It is a new struggle for the survival of the fittest in the evolution of postmodern humanity, which means if you do not have the strength as an individual or as a country to overcome the economic, financial and social pressures resulting from the pandemic, failure is the inevitable fate in a world of intense competition, turmoil and sudden reorientation policies! Are we ready for the next scenario?”
“Administrative delegation is the transfer of part of the duties and powers of the superior (the authority) to the subordinate (the authorized) without waiving responsibility or consequences of the transfer in any way. Thus, the authority is primarily responsible for the task delegated to the delegate. Delegation is also the prerogative of managers at the senior, middle and executive levels,” Dr. Mahdi Al-Fadhli wrote for Annahar daily.
“It is worth noting there is a mandate for the activity, which is under the supervision of the responsible authority. The administrative importance of delegation lies in the following points:
“Time management: Allowing the official to devote himself to creative administrative operations such as planning and development, and saving time that would have been spent in the delegated tasks.
“Increasing productivity: The official exerting effort in the most important tasks to increase efficiency of this official and thus increase productivity in the work system.
“Increasing confidence: Delegating other works to boost confidence between the boss and subordinates, leading to motivation, confidence, sense of satisfaction and belonging to the system to improve their work with all diligence and ability, and to remain in the system without leaving it for any reason.
“Skill development: Delegation leads to gaining new skills, increasing practical experience and entering into an atmosphere of challenges, leading to the extraction of all employee potentials and putting them into service.
“Evaluation of levels: The delegation process provides the opportunity for an official to evaluate performance levels and capabilities of the members of the work team in the system in every situation to ensure a comprehensive evaluation. This helps to provide an opportunity for the promotion of employees to higher levels after successfully performing the tasks delegated to them.
“Gaining control: The administration’s continuous monitoring of delegated tasks at all levels gives him the authority to focus on results, which leads to more accurate performance evaluation and greater control over the system.”
“Simply, it is betrayal, insult and destruction of all values, anxieties and promising future that we hope for. It is surrender and submission of everything we have to a hated and arrogant enemy whose intentions and actions have nothing to coexist with or no one accepts even if he puts all the cosmetics and elaborate disguises on his face,” columnist Ali Al-Bashar wrote for Al-Jarida daily.
“An Arab can feel or smell his enemy even thousands of miles away, especially this stinking type of enemy. The enemy that we are pressured to accept is tainted with the blood of Arabs, with Palestinians at the forefront as their land was stolen. They were displaced, killed and imprisoned. Their homes were demolished and are still being demolished. The enemy keeps on striking and destroying Arab cities and villages. This is in addition to the killing of thousands of Egyptian Arabs and others on the land of Sinai, Golan, and the banks of the Jordan River, etc. The enemy continues to pursue Palestinians, even in the diaspora, to seize the rest of the land that harbors them.
“The Zionists are here to destroy us and to seize the goods of the region. If some were shaken by the extortion operations and artificial terror, then the entry of Zionists to our land will be worse than any terrorism we have seen in the history of nations.”