Journalist Michael Venutili-Mantovani wrote a piece for The Guardian that goes into great detail about how he wants the lockdown to return and how he misses the joys of the last lockdown.
From The Guardian:
When I walked out of my town’s massive conference center in early April, a second Pfizer shot fresh in my arm, a flood of emotions swelled in me. Creeping behind the feelings of joy and anticipation, I felt a strange bit of sadness that, all the way home, I could not shake. When I walked into my house and my three-year-old dashed into my arms, it hit me.
I think I’m going to miss being locked down, I realised, in disbelief.
I recognise that my sadness came from a place of privilege; I have my life, my health and my work, in addition to the ability to so easily get vaccinated against this virus. I realise that not everyone has been as lucky as me. Getting the vaccine was a relief. Yet it also seemed to signify the loss of something safe. Had the lockdown rendered me ill-equipped to deal with the world at large? Or was I simply unable to process the emotional whiplash of a return to society?
If this idiot wants a lockdown so bad, just stay home and lock the door behind you. Simple.
Demwits want a lockdown…. So they can take can take credit for a reduction in crime