That train of thought is fine if as a community we all decide to accept that we will not intervene to protect the vulnerable. So, we need to decide if we are comfortable with that. I live in a different world to you, a different society. We speak the same language but at the core we can be as different as our cars. Religion is a shadow here but in the USA it's a very strong force. For example we hear of Amish refusing open-heart surgery for their newborn because they say the operation goes against the tenets of their religion. This acceptance in God sorting out your problems and every man is an island is something that in general is not in the culture here. If we ignore lockdown then more people will die. You can argue that many of them are at the end of their life, but life is precious and a wonderful thing. I don't want to be responsible for someones mother, dad, grand pop etc getting the virus. We need to achieve a balance where risk and freedom does not result in excessive deaths. Right now the balance is tipped in a position where people here on the whole are not comfortable with, and we are happy (apart from the minority) to comply to save lives. I remind you that the Brits are an island race and don't like being told what to do, hence Brexit, but we do know when it is right to pull together as a herd and form a circle. Long term is a different matter. We all accept a level of risk, be that using cars, planes, catching flu or cancer etc it's just that right now the balance isn't great for many in our community.