In the early days when we didn't know much about the virus I was very worried for my children because most pandemics seem to be most dangerous for the very old and very young. Then when we found out that it basically spares taxpayers and future taxpayers while killing off pensioners I thought "what a convenient coincidence for the elites." Of course now we know that it's not even really that dangerous for the old people who are collecting pensions and social security, so maybe it really was a coincidence.History has thought me no matter bad things seem to be going, it's always good to keep an open mind. The globalist are very patient and plan things out over decades if not centuries. Even if this is a manufactured crisis, there's still a possibility that it's only a preparation for a much bigger planned crisis a few years down the road. Or maybe not...
That's why I think it's good exercise to consider the 2 scenarios as 2 possible distinct realities and plan for both.
My rule of thumb is if we don't get a second wave by this fall-winter or if the virus doesn't mutate soon and start attacking children, than we're probably in scenario 1 - the optimist.