Survival, Evasion and Escape

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Internet blackpillers have been trying to convince men that we are all going to fall down dead, at any second, from coronavirus. With this in mind, meet Archie, a four-year old little kid who caught the disease in hospital, during his chemotherapy treatments, and then brought it home to his whole family.

Archie Wilks, four, was receiving treatment for neuroblastoma, a childhood cancer, when he contracted the virus despite his parents doing everything to protect him.

Archie developed a fever at the day unit at Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge, England, after starting chemotherapy and immunotherapy, and was quickly moved to a coronavirus ward where he was diagnosed with COVID-19 after a 48 hour wait for results.

The family – who have all had coronavirus symptoms- were reunited on April 1 when doctors said Archie was well enough to be safer in isolation at home.

Archie’s experience likely helped him put this latest ordeal into context.

Archie was diagnosed with neuroblastoma in January 2019 after becoming ill and unable to stand a few weeks earlier.

Here’s Brother Archie a couple of days ago, via his instagram page

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A MAN which is to say anything that is a living and not a dying body… will have to be an incarnate will to power, it will strive to grow, spread, seize, become predominant – not from any morality or immorality but because it is living, and because life simply is a will to power… (Friedrich Nietzsche)

Author: Boxer

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3 thoughts on “Survival, Evasion and Escape”

  1. Hang in there Archie .. you’re doing a fine job young man.

  2. This little boy is a survivor. After all, he survived being treated in an NHS hospital as a child. Ain’t nuthin’ else gonna kill this kid now.

  3. It appears his bed has been placed in the living room. Sensible thing to do.

    Hello and thanks Boxer.
    Though of all your redundancies, quoting Nietzsche?

    Regards,
    Kingsley

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