Hello everyone. Since I’m living on my boat in self-exile because I am the worst a man can be today, white, over 60, lung cancer, Chronic Pulmonary Obstruction Disease, nearly losing a battle with influenza-A over Christmas, and eking along on CPP Disability, I’ve been keeping a timeline of all the goings on as of late with the coronavirus. Timeline will be ongoing until further notice, and will be regularly updated when new info comes down the pike. Scroll to bottom for latest.
Be well and remember they have not yet restricted being rational and calm, or laughter and hope.
June 13, 2012 a 60-year-old Saudi man was admitted to a private hospital in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, with a 7-day history of fever, cough, expectoration, and shortness of breath. He had no history of cardiopulmonary or renal disease, was receiving no long-term medications, and did not smoke.
May 4, 2013, a sample of this Saudi SARS (aka novel coronavirus) from the very first Saudi patient arrived in Canada’s National Microbiology Laboratory (NML) in Winnipeg, the only level-4 facility equipped to handle the world’s deadliest diseases, via Ron Fouchier of Erasmus Medical Center in Rotterdam, Netherlands, who sequenced the virus sample.
May 30, 2018, Trump signs the Trickett Wendler, Frank Mongiello, Jordan McLinn and Matthew Bellina Right to Try Act. This law is another way for patients who have been diagnosed with life-threatening diseases or conditions who have tried all approved treatment options and who are unable to participate in a clinical trial to access certain unapproved treatments.
Mar. 2019, in a mysterious event, a shipment of exceptionally virulent viruses including Saudi SARS coronavirus from Canada’s NML ended up in China.
July 2019, a group of Chinese virologists were forcibly dispatched from the Canadian lab. One of them was Dr. Xiangguo Qiu who made at least five trips to the Wuhan National Bio-safety Laboratory located only 32 km away from the Huanan Seafood Market which was supposedly the epicentre of the outbreak. Theories abound that the coronavirus was then weaponized at the Wuhan Laboratory by adding two HIV molecules. And if it had been released the health of societies would crumble, with many millions dying, and anarchy would reign. And that an unelected centralized group would then arise and create their concept of order.
Oct. 18, 2019, the very opaque “Event 201” is held in in New York. It was sponsored by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, the World Economic Forum (WEF), the CIA, John Hopkins Foundation, Mike Bloomberg, and the UN’s World Health Organization. The event was a rehearsal for an worldwide pandemic. Players in the exercise were presented with a scenario where a fictional coronavirus started in pig farms in Brazil, and then spread around the world, leading to a (fictional) 65 million deaths. Interesting that Bloomberg was involved. In 2019, Forbes ranked him as the ninth-richest person in the world, with an estimated net worth of $55.5 billion. In November 2019, Bloomberg began to run for the Democratic nomination for president of the US. He ended his campaign in March 2020, after having won only 61 delegates and having spent $676 million of his own money on the primary campaign, setting the record for the most expensive US presidential primary campaign in history. Coincidentally perhaps, when he began his campaign, Saunders was the predominate candidate, then after he stepped down nearly all the other candidates also began stepping down, and Biden suddenly became the predominate candidate.
The same day Event 201 began (Oct. 18th), The World Military Games, opened in Wuhan, China, and ran until October 27th. Similar to the Olympics, but for military personal, 140 nations and 9,309 athletes participated in 27 sports, including track and field and archery for para athletes, obstacle courses, Judo, and military pentathlons, along with many of the same individual and team sports played at the Olympics. And for the first time boxing competitions were opened to female military boxers. The US delegation was comprised of 300 military personal. Another theory suggests that perhaps one of two scenarios were carried out at this time, either the Wuhan laboratories were infiltrated and the weaponized SARS coronavirus’s two HIV molecules were extracted or it was replaced with a less deadlier version.
In related news, in Mar. 2020, in a tit-for-tat between the US and China, Zhao Lijian, a spokesman for the Chinese Foreign Ministry, tweeted of the possibility that “it might be US Army who brought the epidemic to Wuhan”, making a direct connection with the Military Games in Wuhan. He also directly quoted US CDC director Robert Redfield who, when asked whether some deaths by coronavirus had been discovered posthumously in the US, replied that “some cases have actually been diagnosed this way in the US today.” Zhao’s conclusion maybe suggests the virus was already in effect in the US before being identified in Wuhan, due to the by now fully documented inability of the US to test and verify differences compared with the flu. A manufactured epidemic event started in the US by the globalists to effect an election year and carry out their agenda? But were found out and a similar weaponized version (two HIV molecules) was replaced or had the molecules removed just before it was released? Who knows?
Dec. 10: In Wuhan, Hubei Province, China, Wei Guixian, one of the earliest known coronavirus patients, starts feeling ill.
Dec. 16: Guixian is admitted to Wuhan Central Hospital with infection in both lungs but resistant to anti-flu drugs. Staff later learned he worked at a wildlife market connected to the outbreak.
Dec. 27: Initially thought of as a mysterious case of pneumonia, the Wuhan Municipal Health Commission ruled out influenza, avian influenza, adenovirus infection, SARS, MERS and other commonly known respiratory diseases as the cause. Wuhan health officials are told that a new coronavirus is causing the illness.
Jan. 2, 2020: Chinese researchers map the new coronavirus’ complete genetic information. And identify it as a new coronavirus, which includes SARS and the common cold. It is named SARS-CoV-2, which causes the disease named COVID-19. Coronaviruses are common and spread through being in proximity to an infected person and inhaling droplets generated when they cough or sneeze, or touching a surface where these droplets land and then touching one’s face or nose. They publish the results on Jan.9th.
Jan. 11, China announced its first death from the virus, a 61-year-old man who had purchased goods from the seafood market. Treatment did not improve his symptoms after he was admitted to hospital and he died of heart failure on the evening of January 9.
Jan 12: China completed and published the genetic sequence of the new virus.
Jan. 13: First coronavirus case reported in Thailand, the first known case outside China.
Jan. 15: The patient who becomes the first confirmed US case leaves Wuhan and arrives in the US, carrying the coronavirus. No one in the US had yet to be tested.
Jan. 18: The Wuhan Health Commission announces four new cases. At the Annual Wuhan Lunar New Year banquet, tens of thousands of people gathered for a potluck.
Jan. 19: Beijing sends epidemiologists to Wuhan. A day later, Zhong Nanshan, a top Chinese doctor who is helping to coordinate the coronavirus response, announces the virus can be passed between people.
Jan. 20: China reported a third death and more than 200 infections, with cases also reported outside Hubei province including in the capital Beijing, Shanghai and Shenzhen.
The first case announced in South Korea (pop. 51 million). By the middle of February, a much more significant outbreak of the disease could be traced to one of the many cult-like religious sects in the country and their travels back and forth to Wuhan, and infections quickly rose into the thousands. The South Korean government quickly switched to testing overdrive. On Feb. 26, the country began drive-through testing. By Mar. 9, nearly 200,000 people had been tested for the disease. The government is also, more controversially, using a phone app that relies on GPS to track those in quarantine and make sure that they maintain their self-separation. A rigorous triage has sent all but the most serious 10% of the infected to recover at home, lessening the strain on the medical system. The hyper-connected country has been able to practice social distancing with relative ease as people went online to work remotely, order groceries, and maintain contact with friends. Instead of the authoritarian quarantining that China implemented, South Korea has relied on a test and track approach, using technology, a rapid response, a smart and techno-savvy culture, lots of testing and follow-up, and a general spirit of compliance. To-date the rate of infection has levelled off, and the death rate remains very low at less than 1 percent.
Jan. 21: The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) confirms the first coronavirus case in the US.
Jan 22, the death toll in China jumped to 17 with more than 550 infections. Many European airports stepped up checks on flights from Wuhan.
Jan. 23: With the Chinese government reporting only 830 infections, Wuhan and three other cities go under quarantine. Everything is shut down, from schools to factories, internal transportation, and even any further Lunar New Year celebrations are cancelled. All air and rail departures were suspended. Unfortunately, as the lock-down began, the Lunar New Year holiday (Jan. 24th to 30th) also began, and hundreds of millions of people were in transit around the country, as well as flying in from elsewhere around the globe, as they visited relatives. At the same time, approximately 5 million people leave Wuhan city without being screened for the illness.
And the World Health Organization (WHO) announce the outbreak did not yet constitute a public emergency of international concern and there was “no evidence” of the virus spreading between humans outside of China.
Jan. 24: China (pop. 1.4 billion) extends the lock-down to cover 36 million people and starts to rapidly build a new hospital in Wuhan. From this point, very strict measures continue to be implemented around the country for the rest of the epidemic. One week later the number of infections had climbed to nearly 10,000. The quarantine methods wouldn’t show much effect over the next three to four weeks, but countries around the world criticized them for being so authoritarian.
Though authoritarian, and perhaps guilty of suppression and censorship of information in the early days, the actions implemented are seemingly working. And though they stumbled, they acted far quicker than many democratically elected leaders have to date. Besides it’s not as if the democratic countries that are acting now and implementing similar actions, put their decisions to a vote. Tony Perman, who was quarantined in Shanghai, said that “Certainly the reality of authoritarian control, the subservience of the individual to the state or the collective, and the pressure to conform made widespread habit change both more feasible and acceptable, even if due to fear of retribution. But there was a palpable ‘all for one and one for all’ ethos.” The success of China’s approach owes as much to the public’s sense of responsibility as it does to the government’s autocratic methods.
Most deaths in China occurred in Hubei province, with most all patients over 65 years old with chronic diseases or compromised immune systems. But then in the Wuhan area, lung cancer and emphysema/COPD are significantly higher than national averages in China, a country where half of all men smoke. Interestingly, and a matter of fact, the coronavirus genome variations in Iran and Italy were sequenced and it was revealed they do not belong to the variety that infected Wuhan.
Jan. 25, travel restrictions were imposed on a further five cities in Hubei, taking the overall number of people affected to 56 million. Hong Kong declared a virus emergency, cancelled Lunar New Year celebrations and restricted links to mainland China.
Jan 30, seven days after saying there wasn’t one, WHO declared coronavirus a global emergency as the death toll in China jumped to 170, with 7,711 cases reported in the country, where the virus had spread to all 31 provinces.
India and the Philippines confirmed their first cases of the virus, with one infected patient in each country.
Jan 31st, In Italy (pop. 60 million), two Chinese tourists in Rome tested positive for the virus. The Italian government suspended all flights to and from China and declared a state of emergency. Then the virus appeared again, on Feb. 14Th, just outside the northern city of Milan. The patient was originally thought to have been infected by a colleague returning from China. But the colleague tested negative. A comedy of errors then played out. According to The Washington Post, “the patient had sought medical attention multiple times, starting on February 14, but he wasn’t diagnosed until February 21 (after he infected his wife, hospital staff, several patients and others).” Even though basically shutting down the country, with everyone on lock-down, Italy is undoubtedly getting so hard hit today because it has the second highest proportion of seniors in the world, with 23% of the population over 65. Only Japan has an older population. This may explain their high mortality rate of 7.3 per cent, which is nearly double of what China’s rate was at its peak, of 3.8 per cent. The few areas hit the hardest in Italy also had very high rates of smoking, obstruction diseases and heart disease. Many who were hospitalized were in fact already dieing, with the average age 81 years old. While an Italian virologist says that in the early days of the outbreak the country’s attempt not to appear “racist” and concerned over being politically correct, hindered the ability to properly respond to the pandemic. They also erred at the beginning of the outbreak by admitting patients with only mild symptoms, and with a low number of ICU (Intensive Care Units) beds per population (one-third of ICU beds per population as the US) the hospitals were overwhelmed. As it was, a typical flu season took up around 80 to 90% of their ICU bed availability. Other errors were a lack of strict hygiene practises, and lack of any shelter in place guidelines.
The US declares the outbreak a public health emergency. And with 11 confirmed cases in the US and no deaths yet reported, the US (pop.327 million) also announces that any citizens who had visited Hubei province in China, within 14 days of their return to the US, will be subjected to a mandatory quarantine of up to 14 days. And that all aircraft arriving from China were being directed to 13 authorized airports to receive them, where the CDC is working with the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), the Transportation Security Administration (TSA), and individual airlines to identify potentially infected persons. And further, that foreign nationals (other than immediate family members, US citizens, permanent residents, and flight crew) who have been in China within 14 days of their arrival to the US will be denied entry into the country. The US mainstream news called their government fear mongering, racist and xenophobic for doing so.
The number of confirmed cases in China jumped to 9,809. While Russia, Spain, Sweden and the United Kingdom confirmed their first cases of the virus.
Russia closes 4,200 km border with China. Bans Chinese citizens from entering country. As does Singapore.
Feb. 1st: Philippines announced their first death, the first one outside China.
Feb 3rd. Across 25 countries, 17,205 people had been infected with the virus, which had claimed the lives of 361 others. But 99 percent of cases still remained in China.
Same day, the shit-show that was the US 2020 Iowa Democratic caucuses took place. the first nominating contests in the Democratic Party primaries. Following a three-day delay in vote reporting, the Iowa Democratic Party declared that Buttigieg had won two more delegates than Sanders, while Sanders won the popular vote, but it would take 24 days for the Iowa Democratic Party to announce the results as official.
Feb 4th Diamond Princess cruise ship quarantined at the Port of Yokohama dock for the next four weeks. An 80-year-old passenger from Hong Kong who embarked in Yokohama, on board the Diamond Princess cruise ship, sailed one segment of the itinerary and disembarked in Hong Kong earlier on Jan 25th. Six days after leaving the ship, he visited a local Hong Kong hospital where he later tested positive for COVID-19. Home countries arranged to evacuate their citizens and quarantine them further in their own countries, and by Mar. 1st, all on board including the crew and the captain had disembarked. The 300 US citizens onboard were flown back to the US and quarantined in locations across the country, including on Air Force bases in Northern California and Texas, and the University of Nebraska. In San Antonio the CDC accidentally released one of the infected patients, where he roamed a nearby mall for two hours.
The Diamond Princess gives the best indication of how fatal the disease is than global statistics. It was a controlled environment, without many variables that normally are impossible to control. “We know that all but one patient boarded the boat without the virus. We know that the other passengers were healthy enough to travel. And we know their whereabouts and exposures.” All of its passengers and crew were tested, with 712 people out of the 3,711 people on board testing positive (about 18%), 334 of whom were asymptomatic (showing no symptoms). The infections included at least 138 from India (including 132 crew and 6 passengers), 35 Filipinos, 32 Canadians, 24 Australians, 13 Americans, 4 Indonesians, 4 Malaysians, and 2 Britons. Seven people from the boat have died, giving a death rate of 0.86 percent. And that not a single death among passengers has been in a person under 70.
Feb 5th. Trump is acquitted of impeachment for being too slow to send arms to corrupt and Nazi-controlled Ukraine.
Feb. 8th: The death toll in China reached 722, with 34,546 confirmed infections.
Feb. 9, the death toll in China surpassed that of the 2002-03 SARS epidemic, with 811 deaths recorded and 37,198 infections. A beaming, Canadian PM Trudeau, sends 16 tons (32,000 lbs) of face masks, gloves, goggles and clothing to China.
Feb. 13, North Korea imposed a month-long quarantine on all foreign visitors and others suspected to have COVID-19. The death toll in mainland China hit 1,300, with nearly 60,000 infections recorded. Meanwhile, Japan confirmed its first death from the virus.
Feb. 18th: China reported around 72,000 infections. A month later, it had only reached around 81,000. Since, the rate of infection has levelled off, and the death rate remains very low at less than 1 percent rather than the 3.8 per cent at the peak of it’s epidemic.
Feb. 19th: First confirmed case in Iran (pop. 83 million). Just over a month later, Mar. 20Th, they had 19,644 cases, with new cases also still rising, reporting 1,237 new cases on that date. To-date death toll is 1,433 people, with over 8 % (23) of their parliamentary members contracting the disease. As of Mar. 20th, Iran has the third highest number of COVID-19 deaths after China and Italy, the highest in Western Asia, and the fourth-highest number of cases, surpassed only by Mainland China, Italy, and the US (which on Mar.21st had 25,493 cases).
Feb. 19, Iran reported two deaths from the coronavirus, hours after confirming its first cases.
China’s daily infection figures drop below 2,000 for the second straight day, with the country’s health commission reporting 74,185 infections on the mainland and 2,004 deaths.
Feb. 20, South Korea reported its first death from the coronavirus. Meanwhile, And though China reported the death toll had risen to 2,118 while the total number of cases reached 74,576, the country’s health commission reported daily infections dropped to the lowest in almost a month, a result of authorities only counting cases confirmed by genetic testing in Hubei.
Feb. 22: South Korea saw its largest spike in a single day with 229 new cases of the virus.
Italy reported its first two deaths, while Iran confirmed a fifth death among 10 new infections. A sixth death was later confirmed, though it was not clear whether this case was included in the country’s 28 confirmed cases.
In China, the number of new infections fell significantly with 397 cases reported.
Feb. 27, Estonia, Denmark, Northern Ireland and the Netherlands reported their first coronavirus cases. The number of infections passed 82,000 worldwide, including more than 2,800 deaths.
Mar. 1: Global averages at this time showed 10% of those infected needed to be hospitalized, and 1 to 2% died, mostly all elderly and already medically compromised. Survivability rate was 98 to 99%. This rate may even rise, since with proper testing, there is undoubtedly going to be many more infected than now confirmed, but who do not die.
Mar. 5th. Dr Jeremy Samuel Faust, emergency medicine physician at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, and an instructor at Harvard Medical School, pointed out that 25,000 people die in China every day, a high proportion of which is due to respiratory diseases which show symptoms similar to coronavirus. At the peak of the outbreak figures show that just 25 of the typical 25,000 daily deaths were from coronavirus, and that many of the deaths were of individuals in the same age groups and in the same areas where the deaths from respiratory diseases was already high. So he asked “How were doctors supposed to sort out which of those 25 out of 25,000 daily deaths were solely due to coronavirus, and which were more complicated?”
Mar. 6, OPEC+ called on Russia to coordinate an oil production slow down in an effort to stabilize oil prices. All expectations were that a supply reduction would be agreed upon and the price of oil would stabilize. A shock not heard, Russia said “nyet” and turned the offer down, creating a price war.
Russia and Saudi Arabia can produce oil at around $20 per barrel, while US shale production costs average around $46 per barrel. And so Saudi Arabia and Russia can live with sub $30 oil for quite some time. Russia stated they could go 10 to 15 years. The US energy sector will collapse very quickly with sub $30 oil unless banks and hedge funds are willing to lend more dollars, which they now don’t have. One also has to consider that the US has spent the last 12 years using borrowed capital to invest in things and expecting the profits made to be greater than the interest payable. Which hasn’t always been the case, instead they simply print more money to make up for it. And they are currently at their “weakest moment perhaps since the Great Depression, perhaps ever.” Over the same 12 years, Russia, one of the least indebted countries in the world, has been the largest buyer of gold, and the biggest seller of US Treasuries in the world.
Related, today (Mar 25/in Victoria BC) I went to put some gas in the car, while keeping a safe distance from anyone I encountered of course. Three weeks ago we were paying up to $1.48 per liter, today it was down to a loonie per liter.
Mar. 7, the coronavirus had killed nearly 3,500 people and infected another 102,000 people across more than 90 countries.
China’s Health Commission reported 99 new cases, down from 143 cases the day before, with a total of 80,651 cases nationwide. Official data, meanwhile, showed China’s exports plunging 17.2% in the first two months of the year after the outbreak brought much of the country to a halt.
Mar. 11th, WHO declared the coronavirus outbreak a pandemic.
The US barred the entry of all foreign nationals who had visited China, Iran and a group of European countries during the previous 14 days. The ban applied to Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland. On Mar.16th the ban was also applied to foreign nationals departing from the United Kingdom and Ireland.
Mar. 12th to Mar. 20th, most countries around the world soon followed and would shut their borders and heavily restrict or outright ban all incoming and outgoing flights. Venezuela, Bolivia, El Salvador, Russia, Pakistan and Cuba, all shutdown most flights soon after the US did. One of the many to do so on Mar.16th, was Canada (pop. 37 million) which finally announced it was blocking the entry of anyone who is not a Canadian citizen or permanent resident, except for airplane crews, diplomats, immediate family members of Canadian citizens. Many felt and have said, that PM Trudeau, had held back until now because he felt limiting entry was racist.
Mar. 13th Bill Gates stepped down from the public boards of Microsoft and Berkshire Hathaway. His stated reasons include, to dedicate more time to philanthropic priorities including global health, vaccination programs and development, education, and tackling climate change. And comes on the heels of the Gates Foundation’s announcement that it is involved in efforts to “identify, assess, develop, and scale-up treatments” for COVID-19.
Mar. 16, New York Mayor Bill de Blasio ordered the city’s bars, theatres and cinemas to close down, as the number of cases continued to rise in the US.
Renowned scientist Frank Plummer who received the original Saudi SARS coronavirus sample back in May 2013, and was currently working on coronavirus (HIV) vaccine in the Winnipeg NML labs, collapsed and died in mysterious conditions in Kenya. According to CBC, Plummer, 67, was a keynote speaker at the annual meeting of the University of Nairobi’s collaborative centre for research and training in HIV/AIDS/STIs. No confirmed cause of death has yet been released.
Marillyn Hewson, the chief executive of the world’s largest defense contractor, Lockheed Martin, and one of the most powerful women in the world announced that she will step down as CEO on June 15. Since the pandemic started in January, CEO’s have been dropping like flies. Some of them include (starting in January) IBM CEO Ginni Rometty, LinkedIn CEO, Jeff Weiner, MGM CEO, Jim Murren, Credit Suisse CEO, Tidjane Thiam, JCPenney CMO, Shawn Gensch, St. Luke’s Hospital CEO, Christine Candio (one of St. Louis’ biggest hospitals), MasterCard CEO, Ajay Banga, UPS, David Abney, Disney CEO, Bob Iger, and the previously mentioned Bill Gates. The majority of them have stepped down in the past three weeks. Over the past year nearly 1,400 CEO’s have left their posts in the US. In October 2019 alone, 172 chief executives left their jobs. The highest monthly number on record. An advocate for corporate governance says its because company boards “have been too compliant and they’re finally recognizing it’s their job to be vigilant about chief executive misbehaviour.” Perhaps. But severance, stock options and buyouts were beyond exceptional, and maybe not so lucrative today.
Mar. 17th European Union (EU) leaders, announced they were closing off at least 26 countries (with more than 400 million people) to nearly all visitors from the rest of the world for at least 30 days. While in reality many European countries had already done so, the borderless ideology of the EU be damned.
Mar. 18th Flattening Curves – China, Singapore, Japan, Iraq, South Korea.
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison declared for the first time ever a “human bio-security emergency” in the country, and the travel advisory had been upgraded to the highest level. Australians were told, “Do not travel abroad, do not go overseas.”
Italy, meanwhile, recorded 475 new deaths, the highest one-day toll of any nation, taking its total to 2,978. The total number of infections in the country reached 35,713.
For the first time since the start of the epidemic, no new domestic cases were reported in China.
Mar. 19, Italy overtook China as the country with the most coronavirus-related deaths, registering 3,405 dead compared to 3,245 in China. Globally, there had been 8,843 deaths to date, or around 7% of the numbers who have died over the same time period of the current seasonal flu.
Australia and New Zealand finally begin to restrict travel in and out.
Tulsi Gabbard, the second to last candidate in the Democratic primaries to do so, stands down, endorsing Biden, and leaving he and Saunders the two old white guys left in the race to run against another old white guy.
Trump announced he was going to unveil measures to get experimental treatments into the hands of patients, despite some resistance from the Federal Drug Administration. Including chloroquine, an inexpensive anti-malaria drug that’s been around for over 70 years and has been shown to halt coronavirus in patients who have mild to moderate symptoms. It was first approved in the US in 1949, and has been widely used as a low-cost method to treat a variety of diseases, including malaria, lupus and rheumatoid arthritis. In several studies and through anecdotal evidence, chloroquine appears to significantly limit the replication of COVID-19, particularly when combined with the antibiotic azithromycin (zithromax Z-pak).
In a study published March 18th 2020, by French physician-researchers, a total of 36 patients (20 who were treated with chloroquine and 16 controls who were not) revealed that 50% of the treated group turned from positive to negative on the third day, then grew to 70% by the sixth day. Six test patients were treated with both chloroquine and Z-pak, and all six tested negative for coronavirus on day six. “Despite its small sample size our survey shows that hydroxychloroquine treatment is significantly associated with viral load reduction/disappearance in COVID-19 patients and its effect is reinforced by azithromycin,” the study concluded.
Both the Dutch CDC and the Italian Society of Infectious and Tropical disease have recommended the use of chloroquine for coronavirus patients, along with doctors from China, South Korea and Belgium – which have added the drug to their treatment guidelines. Meanwhile there are over two dozen clinical trials currently underway to study the efficacy of the drug. US physicians aren’t waiting for the trial results – as prescriptions for chloroquine have surged from 531 weekly prescriptions to 1,290, according to recent tracking data from IQVIA, (cited by Raymond James). The drug has become so popular that the UK has added both chloroquine and hydroxychloroquine to a list of drugs which cannot be exported for fear that there will be a shortage in the country. According to Italian scientist Andrea Savarino, who has worked at the Italian National Institute of Health since 2006. During the 2003 outbreak of SARS coronavirus, Savarino showed in laboratory research that chloroquine may be a useful weapon against it. But by the time his research was published in “The Lancet” in November 2003, the outbreak had dissipated and there were no human cases available to test.
Another drug which has shown significant promise for COVID-19 is Avigan, which has shown to shorten COVID-19 infections from 11 days to 4, as well as drop fever in patients from 4.2 days to 2.5 days after treatment is started. Avigan is an antiviral small molecule Favipiravir developed by Toyama chemical. It was tested in two small clinical trials of 80 patients (35 treatment/45 control) in Shenzhen, China, and in a second multi-centre trial in Wuhan, China. Favipiravir is a pyrazine carboximide derivative similar to an old TB drug but is an antiviral by virtue of inhibition viral RNA dependent RNA polymerases.
All these drugs just listed, and others, and despite some not being fully tested yet, can be used immediately according the US’s Right to Try Act of 2018.
And then there are the Cubans (pop. 11 million) Though under harsh sanctions and demonized since forever by much of the Western world, it’s too bad we are not allowed to do business with them. Their anti-viral Heberon – or Interferon Alpha 2b – a therapeutic, not a vaccine, has been used with great success in the treatment of coronavirus. A joint venture in China is now producing an inhalable version, and at least 15 nations are suddenly very interested in importing the therapeutic.
“Since 1986, the Center for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology of Havana, Cuba, has produced the recombinant human interferon alpha-2b, marketed as Heberon® Alfa R. The therapeutic use of this product has accumulated a high number of researches carried out in the country’s public health network. For the analysis of its safety profile, 28 years of reports of adverse events were reviewed in 5806 individuals, both children and adults, coming from 147 clinical trials or healthy assistances using the product. This review also contains a safety comparison between lyophilized and liquid formulations. In addition, an analysis of the connection between the occurrence of adverse events and the demographic characteristics of the patients, an analysis of immunogenicity and another on the variation of the thyroid function associated to the use of Heberon® Alfa R were included. Finally, a general analysis of the product’s efficacy based on the number of treated patients and the clinical results obtained are presented. Adverse events were reported in 4864 subjects (84 %). The main adverse events were those corresponding to the flu-like syndrome, with higher frequency in male white patients. Hypothyroidism and immunogenicity behaved lower than similar products in the international pharmaceutical market. Approximately 60 % of the treated patients obtained a relevant therapeutic response and a liquid formulation offered a better benefit/ risk ratio. The extensive clinical information evaluated recognizes a Heberon® Alfa R as a safe and effective drug, 30 years after its first production.”
Mar. 20 The White House Coronavirus Task Force said it was closing the border with Mexico (pop. 126 million) to any nonessential travel, beginning March 21. The measure comes days after they announced that the US and Canada were closing their border by mutual decision. The measure allows trade to continue but restricts non-essential travel, such as tourism, from Canada. Canadian nationals who daily commute to the US for work would still be allowed in.
Coronavirus-related deaths surged past 10,000 globally.
Mar. 21 Globally there have been 276,474 cases (35.5 cases per million people), with 11,417 deaths. The hot spots currently include Italy, with 4,032 deaths and 778 cases per million, China (which has flattened it’s curve) with 3,255 deaths and 56 cases per million, Iran 1,433 deaths/ 234 cases per million, and Spain (pop. 47 million), 1,093 deaths/ 461 cases per million. While in North America, the US have 275 deaths and 60 cases per million, Canada 12 deaths and 29 cases per million, and Mexico with 2 deaths and 2 cases per million. Other countries with 2 or less cases per million people include Venezuela, Pakistan, Russia, and Cuba.
Epicentre in the US is New York City who as of today (Mar.21st) has 5,151 confirmed cases, which accounts for a third of the US cases, and half of NY State’s cases (17,041 nationwide and 7,102 in New York state) along with 29 deaths. But then New York State has the fourth largest population in the US at 19.5 million people. With 18.8 million of them crammed into New York City. The median age of those infected in the US is currently 47. The biggest problem the US will have with this epidemic, besides more than half their population being obese, is that its a nation of people who believe in their American exceptionalism, that they are an exception to the rules that apply to the rest of humanity.
Here in British Columbia (pop. five million), we’ve had 348 cases to-date, with 200 located in the Vancouver Coastal Health region, which extends from Richmond to Whistler. Ninety-five others are located in the Fraser Health region, which stretches from Burnaby to Hope. And 30 cases in the Island Health region, which includes Vancouver Island, 19 in the Interior Health region, which includes Kelowna and Kamloops, and 4 in Northern Health, which covers the province’s north. And there have been eight deaths from the virus in B.C., all of them associated in some way with the Lynn Valley Care Centre in North Vancouver, which was the first seniors’ care home to have an identified outbreak. In total, 36 residents and 18 health-care workers at Lynn Valley Care Centre have tested positive for the coronavirus.
Overall, it seems the populations who are “social distancing” (maintaining a distance of about 2 meters or 6 feet from anyone), are doing the best in stopping the spread. Imagine that, and it’s free. Frequently washing of the hands, stop playing with our faces, don’t sneeze, spit and cough when around others, keep one’s distance, and it hurts me to say it, but cutback on the hugging and kissing of acquaintances for a bit. And avoid crowds, stores, sporting or mass entertainment events, and other situations likely to attract large numbers of people.
The experts in the viral world figure things will settle down and we will return to our typical herd immunity rate of 70 to 80%, when two things happen. First a large enough quantity of us have caught the disease and become immune, and secondly, someone comes up with a vaccine or a prophylactic antiviral in time to cut off, reduce, or contain the spread. And though it ain’t no disco nor fooling around, it isn’t a zombie apocalypse or a mass extinction event either. Infection isn’t our primary risk at this point, it’s the shutting down of our sense of reason.
As to the youth of the “Five Eyes”, the UK, New Zealand, Australia, Canada, and especially the US, who seemingly have no regard for containing the virus or admitting there is even an epidemic underway, they are like their parents, who have blamed all the world’s ills on their grandparents and parents, us boomers. Everyone aghast when during spring break they filled the beaches in an hedonistic ego, alcoholic and drug mosh pit. As is the privileged way. Seemingly oblivious to what was going on around them. And for most, paid for by their parents, who’ll greet them when they return with a smile and shake of the head uttering “kids”. But remember, just a few months ago these “kids” were the extinction rebellion, blaming the boomers for climate change, and believing that the world was going to end in ten years. Often insincerely, and following the herd, they attended pro-abortion rallies, pride parades, and protests of all kinds, because their lib-tard professors at school told them to. They would ban and attack any conservatives, and comedians, from speaking or performing at their school. While during the day they’d demand free speech by yelling in someone’s face and not allowing them to be heard. They blocked railroads, attacked anyone not thinking their group’s way, and even had a military arm called Antifa (anti-fascist) who acted like fascists. They had a deep lack of respect for government, and for others not in their tribe. While all of us were divided this way and that. By gender, age, generation, skin color, political affiliation, music preference, what type of car one drives, class, religion, and spirituality, or not, all the while staring at and playing with our phones for much of our day. Besides the young see that the virus is not affecting them, other than perhaps getting a cold-like flu for a few days and being carriers without knowing or caring, as much as it’s affecting and killing us evil boomers. This is also the same generation who only a few months ago would film themselves on their phones, going to supermarkets, and opening ice cream containers out of the freezers and licking some off the top then putting the lid back on and returning it to the freezer. Today they are filming themselves going to a supermarket and coughing and licking the fruits and vegetables, then putting them back, for someone to buy. They are shameless, with the goal for many to become an internet star and “influencer”, and have no idea what the word empathy means. And sadly, unlike the young in other societies, they have no sense of responsibility for anyone other than themselves, so they simply don’t care. But then who can blame them, they grew up in a world we boomers created by being the largest most silent majority in history for over fifty years now, and collectively allowed to happen. Does one not reap what they sow? At the same time many of us boomers are now perfectly willing to give up even more of our freedoms for a little bit of security, to shame those not willing to also give up such things, and who refuse to be a part of the collective. We falsely hope that once the epidemic is over our freedoms will return to us and it’ll be like it was before, a society extremely divided and ripe to be conquered. While in actual fact, nothing will be the same. Which itself could be good or bad. We simply don’t know yet, the fight is still being fought. We are really just pundits giving our opinion, based on the opinions told to us, with us talking to each other saying the same things verbatim.
Mar. 22nd With time passing each day, more and more information, case study and data is becoming available. The subtle scary aspect of this coronavirus, is many infected people are well enough to go about their daily business, unwittingly spreading it to others because any symptoms don’t appear for, on average, five to six days after infection. New data coming out of China shows that as many as a third of the people who test positive for the coronavirus may show delayed symptoms or none at all. While scientists have been unable to agree on what role asymptomatic transmission plays in spreading the disease, they do know that in many cases, the virus appears to cause a mild illness lasting about two weeks in children, adolescents and younger adults, and potentially more severe disease lasting three to six weeks in older people.
In summary someone who has Covid-19 but has no symptoms, may infect one person out of every ten they meet, if too close or in a confined space together, while only one per cent of those people who get infected and may get sick for a week of flu symptoms, may die because they are compromised.
If we can believe them, The World Health Organization (WHO) released one of the most exhaustive pieces published on how the virus spreads. The results of their research show that COVID-19 doesn’t spread as easily as we first thought or the media had us believe. The report shows that if you come in contact with someone who tests positive for the disease you have a 1–5% chance of catching it as well. The variability is large because the infection is based on the type of contact and how long, with the majority of infections coming from prolonged exposures in confined spaces with other infected individuals. Person-to-person and surface contact is by far the most common cause. When a cluster of infected people appeared, 78 to 85% of the time, it was caused by an infection within the family by droplets, and other carriers of infection in close contact with an infected person.
Or as Dr. Paul Auwaerter, the Clinical Director for the Division of Infectious Diseases at John Hopkins University School of Medicine echoes, “If you have a COVID-19 patient in your household, your risk of developing the infection is about 10%…. If you were casually exposed to the virus in the workplace, and you were not locked up in conference room for six hours with someone who was infected (like a hospital), your chance of infection is about 0.5%”. According to Dr. Auwaerter, these transmission rates are very similar to the seasonal flu.
According to WHO’s report, air-based transmission or untraceable community spread is very unlikely. The data from China shows that community-based spread was only a very small handful of cases. And that the “transmission by fine aerosols in the air over long distances is not one of the main causes of spread. Most of the 2,055 infected hospital workers in China, were either infected at home or in the early phase of the outbreak in Wuhan when hospital safeguards were not raised yet”.
And according to a working paper from the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at Princeton University, “The current scientific consensus is that most transmission via respiratory secretions happens in the form of large respiratory droplets … rather than small aerosols. Droplets, fortunately, are heavy enough that they don’t travel very far and instead fall from the air after travelling only a few feet.” As one doctor, who wants to remain anonymous says, “Corona doesn’t have wings”.
To summarize, China, Singapore, and South Korea’s containment efforts worked because community-based and airborne transmission aren’t common. The most common form of transmission is person-to-person or surface-based. And is why the best things we can do is keep our distance when around others and wash our hands often. While the true viral capacity is unknown at this moment, it is theorized that COVID-19 is more than the seasonal flu but less than other viruses. The average number of people to which a single infected person will transmit the virus, range from as low as 1.5 to a high of 3.0.
In China, only 8.1% of cases were 20-somethings, 1.2% were teens, and 0.9% were 9 or younger, while there isn’t a single death reported below the age of 10 in the world, and most children who test positive don’t show any symptoms at all. As of Feb. 20th, 78% of the cases reported were ages 30 to 69. The WHO report hypothesizes this is for a biological reason and isn’t related to lifestyle or exposure. “Even when we looked at households, we did not find a single example of a child bringing the infection into the household and transmitting to the parents.It was the other way around. And the children tend to have a mild disease.” said the report.
Global data shows that around 95% of people who are tested aren’t positive, but the rate does vary by country. Every country has a different population size which skew multiple and cumulative case comparisons. And though viruses don’t acknowledge our human borders, by controlling for population, you can properly weigh the number of cases in the context of the local population size. For instance the US population is five and a half times greater than Italy, six times larger than South Korea, and only a quarter of the size of China, so comparing cases is mundane. As is already happening with China and many other countries, regardless of particular policy solutions, such as shutting the borders or social distancing, the virus, as with most things in nature, is displaying it’s typical pattern of not growing linearly forever but accelerating, plateauing, then quickly declining. As the virus spreads it will follow this pattern, and whether it is environmental or our own efforts, viruses quickly decline, despite what the media tells us. Every country will follow a similar pattern. And is why the Bell curve is the dominant trait of outbreaks and indeed, a fact of nature. But mainstream media shows only the more dramatic looking graphs of linear projection of the virus, instead of the more truthful, logarithmic scale. And of course they show us the symbolic sport-like scoreboards of cases and deaths.
Globally, 80–85% of all cases are mild, and will not require a hospital visit and home-based treatment/ no treatment is effective. While reports from the CDC, suggest that 12% of COVID-19 cases need some form of hospitalization, which is lower than the projected severity rate of 20%, with 80% being mild cases. The report also suggests that 1% of everyone in the US who is tested for COVID-19 will have a severe case that will require a hospital visit or long-term admission. For context, this year’s flu season has so far led to at least 17 million medical visits and 370,000 hospitalizations (0.1%) out of 30–50 million infections.
Based on the initial results, and the results from other countries, the total number of positive COVID-19 cases will increase as testing increases, but the fatality rate will continue to fall and the severity case mix will fall. As the US continues to expand testing, the case fatality rate will decline over the next few weeks. Reasonable estimates for the case fatality ratio in the general US population vary from 0.05% to 1%. The US fatality rate is already drastically declining as the number of cases increases, halving every four or five days. The fatality rate will eventually level off and plateau as the US case-mix becomes apparent. This can already be seen. On Mar.8th the US fatality rate was 4.06% (22 deaths of 541 cases), five days later the rate dropped to 2.27% (49 deaths of 2,247 cases) and by Mar.20th the rate was 1.32% (256 deaths of 19,383 cases). With most of the deaths, people had underlying conditions. In hard hit Italy, 99% of all deaths had an underlying pathology. Only 0.8% had no underlying condition. And that most of those infected were over the age of 60, while the median age of a fatality was 80. All of Italy’s fatalities under the age of 40, were males with serious pre-existing medical conditions.
Comparatively, these fatality rates are similar to Pneumonia and influenza (1.53% to 1.93%), Chronic lower respiratory disease (1.48% to 1.93%), all respiratory causes (3.04% to 4.14%), Heart disease (3.21% to 4.4%), Cancer (0.68% to 1.05%) and Diabetes (0.26% to 0.39%).
Mar.23rd. Globally, 338,307 cases of COVID-19 have been reported, including 14,602 deaths. Comparably, over the same time frame, 13.7 million people around the world have died. 152,000 died each day/ 6,500 every hour. Predominately from cardiovascular diseases of the heart (4.9 million), cancer (2.5 million) and respiratory diseases (1 million).
A poll shows 13% of Americans believe they are currently infected with COVID-19 (mathematically impossible), so of course full-on panic is blocking their ability to think clearly and determine how to deploy their resources to stop this virus. The same poll showed over three quarters of Americans are scared of what is being done to society through law and hysteria, not of infection or spreading the virus to those most vulnerable. At this rate, we will spend more money on “shelter-in-place” (house arrest) than if we completely rebuilt our acute care and emergency capacity. Rampant hoarding and a volatile stock market aren’t being driven by the coronavirus, but rather such hoarding behaviour strongly demonstrates an irrational hysteria, from purchasing ineffective household masks to buying toilet paper by the hundreds of rolls. The fear card is being played, and is being driven by government action, and the fear of what the government will do next. All this because the virus has impacted 0.004% of the nation’s population.
While countries around the world are passing bills to help small business’ and people who are being affected by the crisis and economic downturn, with hats in hand, and leaving a slug trail behind them, the “coronavirus corporate coup” moves ever forward. For a crisis must never go to waste. While this is happening in many countries, in the US, the aerospace and arms manufacturer Boeing, is asking for a $60 billion bailout. Even though their financial problems predated the crisis, with the mismanagement that led to the 737 Max as well as defense and space products that don’t work. They are now trying to get the taxpayer to foot the bill for its errors, so it can go back to making more of them. Elon Musk, and Jeff Bezos (the richest person in the world) want $5 billion in grants or loans to keep their commercial space company employees on the job and launch facilities open. They also want the IRS to give them cash for R&D tax credits. Defense contractors want their payments sped up, and they want to widen a giant loophole called ‘other transaction authority’ to get around restrictions on profiteering, which will allow the Pentagon to shovel money to defense contractors without restrictions. The hotel industry wants $150 billion, restaurants want $145 billion, manufacturers want $1.4 trillion, and the International Council of Shopping Centers wants a guarantee of up to $1 trillion. The beer industry wants $5 billion, candy industry wants $500 million, and even though gyms and fitness centers are closed, Adidas is seeking support for a long-sought provision allowing people to use pretax money to pay for gym memberships and fitness equipment. Meat-packers want expedited visas for seasonal workers, so they can undercut wages of their workers, and importers want to stop paying duties they incurred for harming domestic industries for illegally dumping products into the US.
And while all schools have also shut down, even though they would provide a single point of testing a large population for a possible infection in the home to prevent community spread, based on transmission evidence children are more likely to catch COVID-19 in the home than at school. As well, they are more likely to expose older vulnerable adults as multi-generational homes are more common.
“The data is overwhelming at this point that community-based spread and airborne transmission is not a threat. We don’t have significant examples of spreading through restaurants or gyms. When you consider the environment COVID-19 prefers, isolating every family in their home is a perfect situation for infection and transmission among other family members. Evidence from South Korea and Singapore shows that it is completely possible and preferred to continue on with life while making accommodations that are data-driven, such as social distancing and regular temperature checks.”
And due to coronavirus’ sensitivity to UV light and heat (just like the normal influenza virus), it is very likely that it will “burn off” in many areas as humidity increases and temperatures rise. The University of Maryland mapped severe COVID-19 outbreaks with local weather patterns around the world, from the US to China. They found that the virus thrives in a certain temperature and humidity channel. “The researchers found that all cities experiencing significant outbreaks of COVID-19 have very similar winter climates with an average temperature of 41 to 52 degrees Fahrenheit, an average humidity level of 47% to 79% with a narrow east-west distribution along the same 30–50 N” latitude”.
Mar. 24th Globally: 414,661 cases and 18,552 deaths so far. And though one of the reasons why viral outbreaks attract concern from medical authorities is that they may have the potential to kill many more if they are allowed to spread unchecked. Comparing the COVID-19 death total to-date, over the same time frame, more than 238,000 people have died of HIV/AIDS.
Curfews, quarantines, lock-downs and house arrests continue to expand. In China, two months after they imposed strict lock-down measures, such measures are now being lifted. But elsewhere, extreme measures to meet the threat and control of the virus are indeed underway, but does that mean we should destroy our economies and societies to achieve it? It reminds me of what a US army officer in Vietnam once said, “We had to destroy the village in order to save it”.
In the US, 16 states have now locked down their populations, more than 158 million people. At it’s peak China locked down 760 million. Today India is locking down more than 1.3 billion people. And while Italy, Iran, and South Korea case rates are high and in some cases accelerating, they are perhaps two weeks away from those numbers beginning to flatten, then drop. It has been estimated, and according to nature, that, Spain, Germany, France, the UK and the US, Japan and India, whose cases are all quickly accelerating, will begin to see a flattening and then a quick drop-off in three to four weeks. It looks like a typical lock-down will last 21 days. After which, we should be allowed back outside. If not, something is definately amiss.
In Europe, Sweden (pop.10 million) and Germany (pop. 83 million) have closed their borders to Europeans and all foreign citizens, but migrants claiming asylum from the Middle East and Africa are still allowed to enter. Much like in Canada, where an emergency bill is trying to be passed to help the economy and Canadians, 500,000 of which are now out of work, but which includes an exemption from air travel restrictions, which took effect Mar. 18Th, where temporary foreign workers will still be allowed to enter the country to fill jobs that have been shutdown in the agriculture, seafood processing and other key industries, for cheaper wages, and can now stay twice as long (temporarily) for one to two years. While many governments are passing bills where people will be paid for staying at home, just like the concept of a “Guaranteed Minimum Income”, which has already been programmed into the narrative over the last ten years. On many levels, the solutions our governments are coming up with are worse than the epidemic. But there is a method to their madness. I suggest if you do not know about Agenda 21 and 30, it might be a good time to do your homework.
But on a human level, there are positives out there. Parents are playing with their children for the first time in who knows when, relationships are getting better, some are getting worse. With many families under quarantine are at long last getting to know each other again. Asking each other “Where have you been these last few years?” Hopefully people are also thinking about the need to stop spending money for things we don’t need, with money we don’t have.
What scares me is how many sheeple have become afraid of their own shadows, believe the fear-mongering by the government talking heads on TV, and are willing to give up any freedom they had for security. Or as Benjamin Franklin once said: “Those who would give up essential Liberty, to purchase a little temporary Safety, deserve neither Liberty nor Safety.”
I foresee that soon the global population will be vaccinated. No matter how one feels or thinks about vaccines, after the COVID-19 pandemic, many are predicting that people will have to prove that they’ve been vaccinated in order to do anything at all such as study, work, travel, and receive government benefits. Being vaccinated, we will not care, as long as we stay alive. Unfortunately there are far worse things than death.
It’s like we’ve become packs of dogs where after a talking head stands up, points somewhere and yells “squirrel” at the top of their lungs, we all go off running, barking our heads off. But we are supposedly smarter than dogs, so we’ll go off running whenever a mainstream news talking head comes up with any number of words to replace the word squirrel, whether Russia!, Racist!, Ukraine!, Impeach!, or COVID-19! Then like a pack of dogs chasing a car and catching up to it, we don’t know what to do about it when we get there.
Playing the fear card, the CDC announces that, worst case scenario, more than 150 to 200 million infections will happen in the US. This estimate is hundreds of times bigger than China’s infection rate (30% of the US population compared to 0.006% in China). Does that really sound plausible to you?
What I personally fear is the “shock doctrine”, as described by Canadian writer Naomi Klein, that is being played out yet once again. It is when collective crises or disasters happen (real or manufactured) are used to push through deeply unpopular policies on people and societies who are disorientated to notice or even protect their own interests. Klein calls this “disaster capitalism”. For instance, a month and a half after 9/11 the US passed their insidious Patriot Act without anyone in the public knowing or caring that many of their rights and privacy had been taken away and the country has been fighting wars ever since. Many people believe today is one of those moments where the global elite are rolling out a pre-planned phase of social and economic chaos, and which afterwards their totalitarian new world order will be unleashed. Order from the chaos they say.
And as already mentioned Agenda 21 is their plan. It is an inventory and control plan of all things; food, land, water, energy, minerals, plants, animals, construction, all means of production, information, and all people. It is a plan for the destruction of representative government, and for unelected regional boards to take its place. It is mostly driven because the current and past lifestyle consumption patterns of a once large affluent middle class (the baby boomers) are no longer sustainable. Consumption patterns that the globalists created, but now deemed a problem. A classic “problem reaction solution”, where solutions they created goes to the problems they created. To end the focus on personal responsibility and instead make the solution a collective action. Basically a herd where one size fits all. So because of our meat intake, consumption of frozen processed convenient food, use of fossil fuels, use of motor vehicles, air-conditioning, a huge inventory of small electrical appliances and suburban housing, but a few examples, the globalists will make it sustainable not by getting rid of such things, but by controlling such things.
In a large nut shell, the globalist’s agendas are behind zoning, land and water use control, wealth redistribution, one cashless currency, cap and trade, smart grid of AI and 5G, smart meters, carbon taxes, high gasoline prices, global citizens, global public education system, common core nationalized education standards, bio-fuels, Marxist ideology advancing across the world, food control, gun control, health control, unchecked immigration and open borders so as to strip countries of their identity, and color-coded uprisings and other coups against the few countries left in the world who do not abide by the globalist’s central bank system. There plan also includes a digitalised smart grid and ‘internet of things’, a robotic transport system, facial recognition population surveillance programs, new strains of genetically modified organisms and vaccines, control of private land, and shorelines, whether of oceans, lakes or rivers, one military/intelligence machine, complete command and control, and one centralized unelected body governing the world.
They must also re-set global finance, to pretend they support any Green New Deals which wave the flag of Zero carbon. The extinction rebellion folks, paid by the globalists, specifically George Soros, are over-joyed over the fact as the global economy shuts down as does carbon emissions, and that the elderly are being culled from the global population, easing even more stress on Mother Earth.
Which brings us to one of the most important parts of their agenda, depopulation. In order to keep the house of cards standing, it has been postulated that such people-hating globalist’s plans hinge on sacrificing the working poor, the impoverished, seniors on fixed incomes, people with disabilities, and the tens of millions of people living between starvation and death. Afterwards, the percentage of people left will continue status quo, then a few years down the road, with ever more dwindling resources, another cull would then be needed.
Perhaps, this is what our world is going through today. The scare tactics being employed are more dangerous than the virus that is the excuse for deploying them. Under this induced state of fear, hysteria, and anxiety all sorts of nefarious endeavours are being played out. Its success depends upon “a large body of people following the instructions passed down by the political puppets of the deep state and by the cowardly repetition of these instructions by the mainstream media.”
And that those able to recognize the true nature of the scam are being forced into not stepping out of line, “thereby risking their job, security or status within the rigidly enforced master/slave relationship of the status quo. By complying with it such a narrative, a mute populace establishes the basis of its own debasement and slavery.”
Mar. 25th. The US announces a sweeping $2 trillion measure to aid workers, businesses, families, and a strained healthcare system. Meanwhile, they and we in Canada, get over 70% of our pharmaceuticals, most of our antibiotics, and drugs such as Advil and Ibuprofen, from China. Or rather used to get.
India’s 1.3 billion people have joined the global lock-down, and Spain recorded more than 700 deaths over the past 24 hours, surpassing China in the total death toll, making the country now second to only Italy.
Mainstream news runs with the story that a man has died from the previously mentioned drug, chloroquine. Of course what they didn’t tell you was that the man actually died from ingesting another type of chloroquine, which is used to clean out bacteria in fish-tanks.
Extinction Rebellion affiliate in East Midlands, England, start putting up posters around the region exclaiming that “Corona is the Cure. Humans are the disease”, and announcing that the virus is revenge for climate change.
On the finger pointing topic. On Jan. 21st the first case of human-to-human transmission of the coronavirus was recorded. Two days later, and with only 500 confirmed cases and 17 deaths, China shut down most of the nation and enacted a city-wide quarantine of Wuhan. Even though such an early and clear and present danger signal shot across their bows, how did Europe and the US react? Italy, with a population around 4% of that of China, did not instate a national lock-down until after it reached some 12,462 confirmed cases and 827 deaths. Many doctors there now recall seeing “very strange pneumonia, very severe, particularly in old people in December and even November.” When Italy shut itself down, the UK were doing the “ignore the virus to hopefully build a “herd mentality” routine, then a week later quickly changed it’s policy. The US did nothing domestically to prepare for the virus until mid-March when hospitals began to be saturated with patients, doctors ran out of basic medical supplies, and cities and states across the nation began shutting down.
Other questioning voices have recently been heard as to some extraordinary anomalies, such as the dramatic differences among the dead from Coronavirus between, say, Italy and Germany. For example, on Mar. 19Th, there were 52 deaths in Germany and 3,405 in Italy. The difference is in Germany, whoever dies of cancer, pneumonia, cardiac arrest and Coronavirus, is considered as having died of cancer, pneumonia etc. That is, the virus is not computed as the cause of death, unless it is the exclusive cause. In Italy, instead, whoever has contracted the Coronavirus, is deemed to have died from it – if he dies – along with pre-existing pathologies. Aware of this statistical anomaly the Italian Superior Institute for Health has published an analysis based on the medical records of the deceased, that is, those who died from existing causes, to which the coronavirus may have contributed, and those who died from the coronavirus. In this new statistic, the percentage is 0.8%, comparable to the numbers in Germany.
As to the belief, bat-eating Chinese people caused the current COVID-19 pandemic. According to the most recent science research, the origin of the COVID-19 is actually unknown. And shows it is unlikely that bat consumption caused it. Most scientists believe that the virus did not enter the human population directly but through an intermediate host such as pangolins (scaly anteaters), civets, ferrets, or even turtles, pigs, or cats. The much studied 2003 SARS virus – a cousin of the COVID-19 virus – for example, is thought to have leaped from bats to civet cats, mutating there before making a final jump to humans. Initially believed the virus to have originated in a seafood market in Wuhan, subsequent studies by researchers from Japan, Taiwan, and Mainland China itself have cast strong doubts on that theory, primarily because Chinese people as a whole generally do not have a tradition of eating bats. Journalists from France 24 TV recently tracked down the makers of five of the six most-shared videos and found that none of these videos were filmed in Wuhan, or in China, as many netizens had claimed. Instead, all videos were filmed in Palau or Indonesia, in locales where bats have traditionally been consumed as food, and where adventurous visitors from around the world are welcomed to sample their local, traditional cuisine.
And though the COVID-19 epidemic first arose in Wuhan it doesn’t necessarily mean that the virus must have arisen there. Take the AIDS epidemic as an example. While the AIDS epidemic arose in Los Angeles in the 1970’s, the HIV virus actually arose in the human population much earlier – around 1908, in the southeastern corner of what is present day Cameroon. The virus then mutated and spread within the human population for more than half a century – below everyone’s radar – before exploding onto the global scene in the 1970’s.
In Canada, there were 145 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 in BC, bringing the total to 617. There are now 44 cases on Vancouver Island, 330 in the Vancouver Coast Health Authority, 194 in Fraser Health, 41 in Interior Health and nine in Northern Health. Fifty-nine people are in hospital, including 23 in intensive care units. Eight long-term care homes now have cases of the virus, up two from on Monday (23rd). The two new facilities affected are Little Mountain in Vancouver and Evergreen Heights in White Rock. Each has one resident and one staff member with COVID-19.
The Lynn Valley Care Centre in North Vancouver has had 42 cases, and 10 of the 13 deaths in BC from the virus. Only 30,000 people in the province have been tested for the virus.
The BC government has closed six provincial parks (all having a beach) on Vancouver Island amid concerns that a spike in visitors was putting people’s health at risk during the outbreak. The city of Victoria is going to allow temporary shelters for the homeless at Beacon Hill and Topaz parks during the outbreak. What they will do after the epidemic, they haven’t thought about yet.
The casual attitude that some take toward physical distancing has pissed off many, so social media is full of calls to enforce the kinds of lock-downs seen in other countries, with police fining, even jailing, those who venture from their homes without proof of a valid reason. Vancouver city council has just armed itself with the ability to slap fines of up to $50,000 for businesses, $1,000 for individuals, on those who break emergency orders. Following Victoria’s lead, West Shore Parks and Rec and Saanich, worried that people weren’t following social-distancing measures either, closed their playing fields and other outdoor facilities Monday. The harbour authority closed the Ogden Point breakwater for the same reasons.
Data shows roughly half of the more than 2,790 people in Canada with the coronavirus got it from community transmission. This is a dramatic shift in how the virus is spread. According to Canada’s chief medical health officer, Dr. Theresa Tam, the trend is turning toward community transmission, as opposed to contracting the coronavirus from travel. Twenty-seven people have died of COVID-19 to date in Canada. Of the cases reported, approximately half (53%) are male and approximately one third (30%) of cases are 60 years old and over. The date of symptom onset of the first case of COVID-19 in Canada was January 15, 2020, more than two months ago.
The Canadian government has no immediate plans to use cellphone data to track people’s movements during the COVID-19 crisis, but the prime minister did not rule out resorting to the tool at some point, saying “all options are on the table” to keep Canadians safe in exceptional times. Trudeau’s comments followed suggestions that municipal officials in Ottawa and Toronto were considering use of telecommunications data to monitor people’s whereabouts in the fight against the virus. Cellphone data could be used to create a “heat map” of where people are congregating or even to pinpoint an infected person’s location.
Russia, which has recorded 1036 cases of the coronavirus, and 4 deaths, orders all cinemas, nightclubs and children’s play areas in the country to close, after barring foreigners and closing borders back on Jan.31st. Bars and restaurants are still open and people are allowed to travel freely but to avoid non-essential trips, avoid leaving home and of course keep social distancing. Singapore, who also closed it’s borders on Jan 31st, so far has had 2 deaths, and have made standing too close to someone now illegal.
Poland has also ratcheted up its restrictions on movement and gatherings in an effort to slow the accelerating spread of coronavirus. The new measures, which will apply from today until April 11, would restrict people to only being allowed to leave their homes for essential work, visits to the doctor or pharmacy, to buy food, or to walk the dog.
In Philadelphia, the Police Department has been instructed its offices to temporarily stop making arrests for certain nonviolent crimes, including drug offences, burglary, economic theft and vandalism, until next month. With the arresting officers detaining the offender, processing the paperwork, and then releasing the offender back into the general population. The announcement came 24 hours after Philadelphia courts closed until April 1 to limit the spread of the coronavirus.
In Fort Worth, Texas, the police will cease arresting people for “low-level crimes” (Class C misdemeanours) such as thefts involving less than $100 and vandalism, if a citation can be issued in its place.
In California, officials say 56 percent of the state, or more than 20 million people could be infected, even though just 2,724 positive cases and 59 deaths have been reported in the state thus far. They also announced a “stay home” order for the state’s nearly 40 million residents. The clampdown includes the closure of various types of businesses, including dine-in restaurants, entertainment venues and public events and gatherings. The state’s Department of Water and Power announced they will shut off water and power for the businesses that don’t comply with the “safer at home” ordinance.
In Los Angeles (pop. 4 million – 669 cases and 11 deaths), the LA County Sheriff ordered all gun stores closed (fearing that too many first-time gun-owners were getting access to weapons), though this has since been overturned. And LA Mayor Eric Garcetti, lashed out at non-essential stores that refuse to close, making ominous threats. This all seems to be accelerating down the extremely slippery slope towards full authoritarian control, something the politicians will be unwilling to easily give up once this crisis blows through.
About 56% of all new cases in the US are in New York City, while 60% of all US new cases are in New York State. To-date New York City has 14,776 cases and 131 related deaths, amongst it nearly 19 million people.
Overall as of today the US has 55,568 cases, with 809 deaths.
The Prime Minister of Australia has just announced that around 80% of Australia cases are imported from the US.
Mar. 26Th: From 0 to 250,000 cases: 3 months. From 250,000 to 500,000 cases: 1 week. Epidemiologists expect 2-3 million cases will be diagnosed eventually, and with approximately an average mortality rate of 1.5%, about 37,500 deaths, then will drop off. Once again comparably, 85 million die each year from diabetes, 59 million from influenza and pneumonia, in fact, pneumonia kills more than 800,000 children under the age of 5 each year. (67,000 a month) Accounting for 15% of all deaths of children under five years old. Aspiration Pneumonia alone has a mortality rate of 21% overall, 29% hospital-associated, and 30-62% in “older, sicker patients”. On average, 9,300 people die on the planet every year from natural disasters, 26,000 from terrorism, and in the US alone, around 167,500 people die each year from accidents/unintentional injuries (48 per 100,000). Speaking of “per 100,000”, with all other demographic/population, murder, birth, death, etc, rates, the standard is “per 100,000 people”. So lets do that. Current Covid deaths per 100,000 people: Italy- 9.4 deaths per 100,000, Spain- 4.3 per, Iran- 2.2 per, Switzerland- 1.4 per, France- 1.3 per, Netherlands- 1.2 per, UK- 0.5 per, South Korea- 0.2 per, US- 0.2 per, Germany and Canada- 0.1 per. This may all change, if say the virus mutates, but we still of course do not know. But we do know how nature works.
While regions in France have just banned all sales of alcohol, and in the US pot dispensaries are now deemed “essential businesses” and may stay open, in Canada, we are now under a mandatory quarantine. If you do not abide by the actions of keeping social distancing and not going to a beach, you can now be fined up to $750,000 or 6 months in jail (just as governments are emptying their prison populations of the least violent offenders, because of COVID). If you are deemed a danger to someone’s life, like forcing a hug on someone or refusing to get out of their now expanded “safe space” its a one million dollar fine and/or five years in prison. And what if, COVID becomes just another seasonal flu? When does the lock-down end?
Canada also announced an $82 billion emergency bill to help workers, business’ and households, and to help them meet their liquidity needs. $30 million of the plan is going to the media “for advertising”. So that we continue to have the latest news and information given to us through verbiage and dramatic visuals of the global elite’s mouthpieces. In fact, the Canadian government has given $30 million to the media each year since the Liberals have been in power. In a blatant quid pro quo, mainstream media then tell only one narrative that they are told to tell, and tell it repetitively. The same message no matter what site, TV channel, or radio station.
Canada has also earmarked $50 million, as part of its response to today’s launch of the United Nations $2 billion, COVID-19 humanitarian response plan. Which is calling for a co-ordinated response to “help the world’s war-torn, displaced and most destitute people, who are facing new misery because of the pandemic”. Or as Canada’s International Development Minister Karina Gould stated, “It’s a bit of an enlightened self-interest, to help the world’s most desperate people fight COVID-19 because it is in the country’s long-term security interest as well as being the right thing to do.” The appeal is targeting the spread of the virus in South America, Africa, the Middle East and Asia. One just has to ask, why not help Canadians? Why are we sending supplies our own health care workers desperately need, elsewhere. The government’s wet cardboard stand is that such foreign aid “protects Canada’s future security and economic prosperity from a virus that knows no borders.”
After millions of Chinese left China when the virus was spreading, before they were locked-down, today, China claims it has its domestic outbreak under control and that their new cases are only from foreigners, they have decided to suspend entry of all foreigners’ entry to China, including the entry of foreigners with currently valid visas and residence permits.
Jeff Bezos and other corporate executives across the country sold approximately $9.2 billion in shares of their own companies between early February and the end of last week, salvaging potential losses of up to $1.9 billion, according to an analysis of more than 4,000 regulatory filings by the Wall Street Journal. Richest man in the world Bezos, was the largest seller selling $3.4 billion in Amazon shares the first week of February, right before the market peaked, avoiding paper losses of approximately $317 million through March 20. The sale constituted roughly 3% of his holdings and was nearly as much stock as he sold during the previous 12 months.
With lock-downs spreading, as we continue to be abused by government and mainstream media, and give up ever more of our freedoms, it seems our reaction might prove to be deadlier than the virus will ever be. And remember, with the ongoing lock-downs, all demonstrations, protests, marches, festivals, fairs, concerts, blockades, and town hall meetings are done. Perhaps never to be allowed again. The whole unity thing, of people coming together to rise up before injustices, walking arm in arm and hand in hand by the sometimes hundreds of thousands is no more. And we folded like a cheap suit. What sickens me is how easily we surrendered. We all know something is going on. But, seemingly at the drop of a hat or because somebody yelled squirrel, we easily and very quickly, erased any logic, common sense, reasoning, and rational thinking we had left. We should be asking questions and not allowing the media and sheeple to form or shape our thoughts and emotions.
A list of twelve medical experts whose opinions on the Coronavirus outbreak contradict the official narratives of the mainstream media, and the memes so prevalent on social media. Or as one of them, Dr Peter Goetzsche, Professor of Clinical Research Design and Analysis at the University of Copenhagen and founder of the Cochrane Medical Collaboration, states, “Should it turn out that the epidemic wanes before long, there will be a queue of people wanting to take credit for this. And we can be damned sure draconian measures will be applied again next time. But remember the joke about tigers. “Why do you blow the horn?” “To keep the tigers away.” “But there are no tigers here.” “There you see!”
While Bill Gates suggest that the US go into a 10 week nation-wide shutdown, everyone be tested, and everyone be vaccinated, when they become available in perhaps 18 months.
Mar. 27Th : The facts to date of Covid -19. It is a new virus, not a flu. Antibiotics do not work against viral infections. And it is more severe than the flu because it’s new to our bodies, so we have yet to develop an immune system which can take it on. It is passed around by physical contact and in droplet form, from shaking hands etc. If transmitted airborne from a cough or sneeze or even just breathing it can linger in the air for up to 3 hours. But then we are talking still air, for Covid-19 is not wind resistant. And it is transmitted from us touching surfaces where a droplet of Covid lies, for up to 3 hours. Especially stainless steel and plastic surfaces. So wash hands often and more importantly become more aware and conscious of what your hands touch, and stop playing with your face. And as already mentioned cover your mouth when coughing or sneezing, which we should have been doing our whole lives. And remember social distancing does not mean social isolation.
Start honouring the incredible intelligence of our own bodies and become more aware of what we put into them. As to this new virus, the body knows more what it has to do then we do. It is adapting to take on this new threat to it’s existence, by developing it’s immune system. The best thing we can do to help strengthen it is by relieving our stress levels, by taking a very large chill pill. But which mainstream news are trying to keep elevated. Exercise, walk, and stretch. Think nutrition and natural supplements, like Vitamin C, Zinc, anti-viral mushrooms, such as Reishi and Agarikon, which are anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial, and anti-viral and other traditional and natural medicines.
At this point in time we are past the point of being able to contain the spread. It is now all about reducing and mitigating the problem. The biggest problem that is arising in many countries is that their health care capacity is being overwhelmed. The US, Spain and Italy are getting so hard hurt because they waited too long to take action and unlike China, South Korea, Germany, Canada, the UK, and other countries, they lack a national, publicly-funded universal health care system. As for the US health care system, both heads of the US’s two-headed one-party system have spent decades pandering to, and giving the majority of government money (their citizens money) to the banks, corporations and the military. This has created their current situation where uninsured COVID-19 patients are racking up $35,000 medical bills, with even insured patients paying out-of-pocket expenses in excess of $1,300. And along with the millions of Americans getting thrown off of employer-provided health insurance, and millions now unemployed, their health system crash is inevitable, or as comedian Megan Amram tweeted a couple of weeks ago, “Corona is a black light and America is a cum-stained hotel room.”
As for the US health system, of the US’s federal budget this year ($4.407 trillion), $2.739 trillion of it is mandatory spending (providing for individuals who need help in some capacity). This includes Social Security (including programs like unemployment benefits and welfare), which demands $1.046 trillion of it. The remaining mandatory spending budget ($1.693 trillion) is spent on items such as Medicare and Medicaid. Both of which are vital and necessary programs, but are not self-sustaining. Medicare is currently underfunded, relying on general tax dollars to make up the difference. Only a portion of the $625 billion Medicare budget is covered by Medicare taxes. More than what they spend on their health care system, they also have a $1.203-trillion discretionary spending budget. Nearly 70 % or more of which is spent on the military. In fact, the US allocates more money to military spending than the next 10 countries combined. The discretionary budget pays for such things as the Department of Defense, all military spending, Veterans Affairs, the Department of Defense and Homeland Security, and 17 intelligence-surveillance agencies, 70% of whose monies is then paid out to private defense contractors and mercenaries. Brown University professor and Co-director of the Costs of War Project at Brown University’s Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs, Catherine Lutz, found that “if you count all parts of the federal budget that are military-related, including the nuclear weapons budget, the budget for fuel for military vehicles and aircraft, funds for veteran care, etc, it makes up two-thirds of the federal budget, and it’s inching toward three-quarters.”
The remaining US federal budget must cover all other domestic programs, which include funding for education, health and human services, housing, urban development, administration of justice, natural resources and environment, the Department of Energy, science, space, and technology. And of course paying interest on the US current debt of $23 trillion.
In comparison to their recent $2 trillion package to fight the coronavirus, among other things, since 9/11, the US has spent the last twenty years at war against terrorism, spending upwards of an estimated $6.4 trillion, of which $1.9 trillion was spent in Iraq, and mostly to arms manufacturers. Their “War on Terror”, has also cost at least 801,000 lives who have died due to direct war violence, and several times as many indirectly, with over 335,000 civilians killed as a result of the fighting, with 21 million war refugees and displaced people and counting. If one were to add to these numbers indirect deaths, namely those caused by loss of access to food, water, and/or infrastructure, war-related disease, etc, then the total deaths to-date, in Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria, Pakistan, and Yemen is likely to reach 3.1 million or more, around 200 times the number of US dead.
The US, besides currently conducting counter-terror activities in over 80 countries, have also flaunted constitutional, international and moral law, and continue to perpetuate crimes against humanity, all the while enabled by a seemingly morally lost, misinformed, dumb-downed, and apathetic populace. In further revenge against the 9/11 attacks, they seem to have also destroyed their middle class, bailed out the banks, and have been able to replace basic rights, privacy and freedoms with government granted privileges. Now it’s the “WAR on COVID”. But we must remember that, historically, even though they are often late for the party and inept when crises first appear, once they go on a “war-footing” and crank up their capabilities, shit gets done. We’ll have to see if they’ve still got it in them. For this crisis is not due to a lack of of health spending, but from a lack of foresight, prevention and management. And it is often the case is such crises that, using South Korea and Singapore as examples today, they are overcome thanks to human ingenuity, science, technology, and business, rather than the interventionists idea to manipulate the economy and society, which will cost so much more, in lives, employment, growth, and in opportunities.
The key to nipping this virus epidemic in the butt is speed. WHO’s Bruce Aylward has said, “the faster you can find the cases, isolate the cases and track their close contacts the more successful you’re going to be.” Author, scientist, researcher, and educator, Gregg Braden, who does very well, linking science and spirituality, has said that we must stop filling our days with diversions and instead look within. To honour our body. To rationally realize that after this epidemic, it will be a new normal for our societies, economics and lifestyles, because our just past normal was no longer sustainable. And he stresses that the key is, “To know that we will get through this, but what comes afterwards will be determined by how we respond right now.” We must also remember that in times of crisis a person’s true character comes out and shows itself, or doesn’t.
Research of 20th century epidemics show that most cases of viral infections show up in the months of March, April, and May, then taper out over the summer. Today, according to when the first cases appeared, and acceleration rates, the virus possibly, will peak in about five weeks, then fading in June, July and August.
The US now has 101,321 cases with 5 deaths per million people or 0.2 per 100,000. In Canada, 4,689 cases and one death per million people or 0.7 per 100,000. Testing is accelerating, and apart from high incident/density populated areas such as New York, L.A., and others, 90% are testing negative.
Globally, of the 7.53 billion people on the planet, .00036 have died from COVID or about .02 people per 100,000.
Mar. 29Th : Here in BC, with a population of five million people, half of whom live in Vancouver and the Lower Mainland, there has been 884 COVID cases, with 81 hospitalized, of those, 52 are in intensive care. And there have been 17 deaths, most all, in care homes. On Vancouver Island (pop. 794,000) there are 60 cases, three currently hospitalized, and no deaths to-date.
These numbers are below the trends that Provincial officials have been using, where it is being presumed that 14% of patients (one in seven) would need to be hospitalized for about 12 days. Another five per cent (one in 20) would be in intensive care for at least 10 days, with 80% of them needing the assistance of a mechanical ventilator to breathe. BC also announced they are testing anti-malarial and anti-viral drugs at an “undisclosed facility.”
In the US more than 600,000 people have now been tested, with nearly 500,000 testing negative. More than 14,000 people have been hospitalized, with over 2,400 deaths (one in six). The majority of cases and nearly half of all deaths in the US, are currently happening in the dense and “practically living on top of each other” New York City. The US extended their federal social distancing guidelines for an additional 30 days, up to April 30.
Latest numbers out of South Korea show that 99% of all their cases were/are mild.
And while most of us here in BC are following the government guidelines; larger safe space when outside, washing hands, self-isolating themselves, etc, which is showing in the above numbers to be working, I worry about our mental health. Talking to some people I hear the fear in their voices. The stress of being isolated from others, fear they might have the disease, and the fear of leaving their homes. Some are even having serious medical concerns but too afraid to go to emergency, because then they surely will get it and die. Add in the fact that much of the population are already medicated, many are afraid of having to re-fill a prescription. Let alone, able to see one’s doctor at the clinic. I have a tooth that’s starting to hurt. Do I pull out the old string and prepare a doorknob?
Here in Victoria I took a drive today, since it was a mild sunny Sunday afternoon. Downtown, people were out and about, though scattered and keeping their distance from each other. It was a beautiful day. Traffic was minimally average for a Sunday, though many businesses are shut-down. I went into a supermarket to replenish coffee and banana stocks, and everyone was staying away from each other. Silently people were restricting the aisles to one or two at a time. Nobody was sneezing or coughing, and if they did, they would hopefully have covered up, and people would take a very wide berth passing around them. No one was excessively fondling the products and shelves were filled with toilet paper. I did pick up something fresh for a change, six croissants, which I use as hot-dog buns. A treat unto itself. When I got home, I used a sterilized wipe on the steering wheel, and when I got back down to the boat I washed my hands as if I was a surgeon.
With most downtown businesses closed, the heavily addicted and often mentally ill homeless have been setting up camp in their door and entry ways. Three blocks of Pandora and parts of Johnson street looked like a meth-head festival (which are currently banned, festivals that is), and are now dense tent cities. The drug trade has never had it so good. All their customers all in one place living practicality on top of each other. Have they washed their hands today. But then, where are they going to even do that? Or is the virus being relied on to dwindle their numbers, just like the virus is maybe being relied upon to dwindle those seniors in care homes who are on either government or privately insured assistance? Just asking, because the adage the elite treasure, “never let a crises go to waste” keeps surfacing.
The psychological impact of this coronavirus crisis is going to stay with us for a very long time. I wonder what the effects are going to be on the children of today, and who they will become. Because of our decisions and actions today.
Mar. 30th With many of us just hanging out at home now, try to the best of your ability to ignore the 24/7 mainstream news cycles, repeated over and over again. This only leads to doom and gloom, depression, anxiety and a loss of hope. Their agenda is completely different from ours. Focusing on the big numbers like coronavirus cases, instead of the fact that only 10% of those with the virus have to go to a hospital. Instead take that time to look at the device which can repel such a virus. Your body. Coronavirus, in all it’s forms, kills people whose immune systems are compromised or they don’t have one, and/or from pre-existing health problems. If you are going to wait for the government or the pharmaceutical industry to save you. Good luck with that. Focus on what you put into your body instead.
Besides all the other very promising options the medical world are quickly looking at today, with an actual vaccine perhaps a year away, one can include Vitamin C. The pharmaceutical industry would rather I hadn’t just typed that, because there is no patent on Vitamin C. One of the biggest things this vitamin does is attack inflammation, and COVID is all about inflammation. This is what actual kills people who have the virus, for it overpowers our immune system through inflammation. Studies over decades, have shown that if enough oral Vitamin C is taken at an early enough stage of an illness the inflammation can be stopped, and unable to ever get to the exponential growth phase. As of right now, there are doctors in China, the US and elsewhere, who are using intravenous Vitamin C on virus patients with great success. The medical journal Lancet reports that 100% of the early COVID deaths in Wuhan, China, had sepsis (a condition that can be compared to pneumonia). Vitamin C would have helped with stopping the growth of inflammation, thus less deaths. A doctor in the US used intravenous Vitamin C treating his patients, and reduced the death rate from sepsis, from 40% down to 8.5%. It has been said that in treating inflammation, “Vitamin C is like water on a fire.”
In early March, the Chinese Journal of Infectious Diseases, pre-published the Expert Consensus on Comprehensive Treatment of Coronavirus. Treatment recommendations included, “large doses of vitamin C…injected intravenously at a dose of 100 to 200 mg / per kg per day. The duration of continuous use is to significantly improve the oxygenation index.” That’s the reason why 50 tons of Vitamin C was shipped to Hubei province in early February. It’s a stark example of a simple “mitigation” solution capable of minimizing economic catastrophe.
Italy, where they not only shake hands but kiss each other on each cheek, and as already mentioned have the second highest population of seniors in the world, has perhaps hit it’s peak, and rates will hopefully begin to drop. Oddly, the US and the European Union have turned their backs on them during the crises. So Russia, China, and Cuba stepped up to the plate instead, to assist the shocked nation.
Many people get sick with a virus a few times a year, and like clock work each new seasonal flu season brings a new strain. Globally, about one billion people catch the seasonal flu, five million of which are severe. Between 291,000 to 646,000 people who are elderly and with compromised immune systems die each year (0.1% of global population). They spread through respiratory droplets, with each diagnosed person passing it on to 1.3 persons. There are many vaccines available that provide immunity against multiple strains of influenza. With the economy never having to shut down because of it.
The 2009 swine flu pandemic was an influenza pandemic that lasted from January 2009 to August 2010, and the second of the two pandemics involving the H1N1 influenza virus (the first being the 1918–1920 Spanish flu pandemic), but simply a new strain. The first case was in Mexico, and the media soon had people panicking because it was a new strain which was spreading fast with no known vaccine. About 24% (700 million to 1.4 billion) of the global population got it, 60.8 million in the US, while in Canada it affected about 10% of the population (or 3.5 million). There were 284,000 global deaths (0.2% of the population), 12,469 in the US and 428 deaths in Canada. Children had the highest rates. Forty-seven per cent of children between 5 and 19 developed symptoms compared to 11% of people ages 65 and up. Treatment included the antivirals (oseltamivir and zanamivir), with most people recovering without complications. The BC government reported 1,060 severe flu cases as of Feb 2, 2010, with 49 of 56 fatalities, people with underlying medical conditions. There was no self isolation, stay at home orders given, with only a minority of schools actually shutting down because of it. At no time did the economy have to shut down. Since, about 40% of Canadians have been immunized against H1N1. Meanwhile, smoking kills one hundred people a day in Canada, but I digress.
Interesting tidbit of information, as to our health. According to a major analysis from the Global Burden of Disease Study (GBD), done seven years ago, in 2013, and published in The Lancet. At the time, just one in 20 people worldwide (4.3%) had no health problems whatsoever, while a third of the world’s population at the time of seven billion people, (2.3 billion individuals) were experiencing more than five ailments. Since, has our society become healthier. I figure it all depends where you live and who you are.
Mar.31st In Canada, people are facing fines for endangering others by failing to close small businesses, limit gatherings, and people who have the disease who have been ordered to stay isolated at home, but go out anyways, are being arrested. To clear all this up I’m sure everyone will soon be tested whether you want to or not, and documentation will be given to show if they have tested either positive or negative. The negatives will be allowed out to carry out essential services, such as acquiring food and supplies, while the positives will not be allowed to leave their homes, with about one in ten needing to be hospitalized. As for the acquiring part, the government will no doubt soon declare all coin and currency as unsafe due to the virus and force the digitization of the entire country.
Here on Vancouver Island, there are 67 confirmed cases, with four people hospitalized. At the ready, the Island has 96 intensive care unit beds, and 140 ventilators, including 22 transport ventilators used in ambulances, helicopters and airplanes.
Hours after laying off more than 20,000 educational workers, the Alberta government gives $1.1 billion to Canada’s largest oil company, TC Energy, so that they can start construction on the Keystone XL pipeline, which will run from the tar sands near Hardisty, Alberta, 1,897 km south to the US state of Nebraska. Though once they hit the border they will have to stop, because the pipeline is tied up with multiple lawsuits in the US, and they do not have the permits and regulatory approvals necessary to move forward.
Today, a week was a long time ago, so there is no doubt the numbers in an Angus Reid poll put out on Mar.22nd, have only increased. In the previous six weeks, people worried about getting the virus’s disease went from 30% to 65%. Seventy-five per cent worried about family members and friends getting sick, and 66% worried about their own economic circumstances.
Also today, I drove over to Esquimalt to pay my storage locker fees, for anyone living on a boat usually has a storage locker somewhere. Anyways, the storage fellow was telling me he misses the drives he used to take to unwind. Motoring along Dallas road and Beach drive on a sunny Saturday, or out to Saanichton and the fields and open spaces. He doesn’t do these things anymore because he says he is afraid of getting into an accident, and having to be hospitalized, where he would then undoubtedly, die of the virus.
Back on Mar.16th, with the epidemic only worsening, and shutdowns being implemented elsewhere, Illinois billionaire and Democrat Governor J.B. Pritzker was under pressure to do the same, and reschedule the Democratic primary to be held Mar.17th. This was about the halfway point in the Democrat presidential primaries, with 23 states still left to vote. But all of them began to postpone voting to a date to be announced. Except for Arizona, Florida, and Illinois. And on that day millions of voters and thousands of election workers went to voting sites. Two days later, with all results confirmed, Pritzker in Illinois, orders everyone to stay at home. Illinois and Florida are now two of the hotter spots in the US.
New York state had 1,412 coronavirus patients hospitalized on Monday (Mar.30th) marking the biggest single-day increase since the start of the outbreak in the state. Bringing the total number of hospitalizations to nearly 11,000, including 2,710 people in intensive care. California now has 6,932 confirmed virus cases statewide, with 150 deaths and 1,617 people hospitalized. California and New York populations combined, 60 million people (or two Canada’s). While so far this year, there have been 23,000 US deaths due to flu, and 3,000 from coronavirus.
The progressive socialist Spanish government, is facing legal action for alleged negligence in its handling of the coronavirus pandemic and unnecessarily worsening the humanitarian crisis now gripping Spain, currently the second-worst afflicted country in Europe after Italy. A class action lawsuit filed on Mar. 19, accuses the Spanish government of knowingly endangering public safety by encouraging the public to participate in more than 75 feminist marches, held across Spain on Mar. 8th, to mark International Women’s Day. This was also allowed to happen in many countries around the world, including the US and Canada. Hundreds of thousands or perhaps millions of people participated in those marches, as well as many high-profile attendees. It is unknown how many people were infected by the coronavirus as a result of the rallies.
Earlier, on Mar. 3rd, Spain announced that the first coronavirus fatality in Spain died on Feb. 13th, with health authorities not knowing he had the virus until 19 days after his death. Since coronavirus cases that end in death last between two and eight weeks, in addition to a 14-day incubation period, it is possible that the man was infected as early as the beginning of January. The same day, Spain and many other countries ordered major football, hockey, and basketball matches to be held behind closed doors with no spectators allowed, then soon cancelling all events altogether.
On March 7, the Spanish government’s, Fernando Simón, said in a nationwide press conference that there was no risk of attending the rallies on March 8. Insidiously perhaps, despite rising cases and those needing hospitalization, the government failed to report new coronavirus cases between March 6 and March 9, apparently in an effort to downplay the danger to the public of attending the rallies. The day after the rallies, the number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Madrid doubled in one day, and the President of the Autonomous Community of Madrid, Isabel Díaz Ayuso, ordered all schools in the capital to be closed for at least two weeks. The decision by the regional government caught the central government by surprise and effectively forced it to act. Later that same day, Health Minister Salvador Illa recommended that all people with chronic diseases or multiple pathologies do not leave their homes except for emergencies.
Typical for this virus crises it seems, inept planning, lack of preparedness, and embarrassing leadership.
Apr. 1st. April Fool’s day, no kidding.
Instead of the decisions and lack there of, of governments around the world who did not prevent the global spread of the virus, and actually allowed it to be spread, Canadian PM Trudeau says the longer it takes for all Canadians to follow the rules and stay home the longer it will be before life can return to normal. When that time arrives he can’t say. It’s up to us now, if we win he gets the accolades, we lose and it’s because it was our fault. One scenario presented to cabinet is that the strict public health measures and quarantines will have to continue until at least July, but in his daily briefing to Canadians Trudeau said the length of the lock-downs will depend on “the choices and behaviour of Canadians.” And called on Canadians to “do their duty” as if we were being called to serve our country. “This is a service most of have never been called upon to do,” and that “The government alone cannot win this fight.” Though they allowed the foe to enter the ring in the first place, while knowing they were totally unprepared, but hoping being politically correct would somehow keep the monster at bay. He stated all this while still “self-isolated” at home after testing negative of the virus, and where he has been for three weeks now, while his wife, who tested positive, and their kids, are “self-isolated” in one of his other homes. But once a day he reads over the script given to him, steps out of his safe space lair and gives a speech, then answers questions from hand-picked reporters whose questions he already knew would be asked. Very unlike other world leaders who go out each day and face the music, with their coronavirus teams behind them, and stand before mainstream media without a script and answer questions from reporters from around the world, even from ones that are heavily biased and hate him or her, no matter what comes out of their mouths. But then the mainstream media today is sounding very much like they did during the wind up to the Iraqi invasion. When Saddam Hussein was the badman and building weapons of mass destruction.
Having lied for the past two months about the severity and the extent of coronavirus pandemic which its virologists started in Wuhan, and eager to convey the message that the crisis is now “under control” just so people return to work, full of hope and enthusiasm, and rejoicing at how they conquered the virus. Reuters reported that Jia county (pop.600,000) in central China’s Henan province, announced it had “virtually banned all outbound movement of people, following several cases of coronavirus infection in the area.” And that no one can travel out of Jia county without proper authorization. Additionally, residents are not allowed to leave their homes for work unless they have clearance to do so. And so, the virus is back to China, despite the best intentions of the World Health Organization and its Beijing sponsors to make it seem that China had managed to defeat the virus.
Possibly because the US president on Mar. 19th announced that several studies, and through anecdotal evidence, that the drug chloroquine appears to significantly limit the replication of COVID-19, particularly when combined with the antibiotic azithromycin (zithromax Z-pak). Last week, Democratic Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer sent a letter warning physicians and pharmacists of punishments and “administrative actions” such as revoking the medical licenses of doctors who prescribed hydroxychloroquine and chloroquine, claiming that hydroxychloroquine had not met the benchmark for “proof of efficacy.” Four days later, Whitmer is now begging the federal government to send her hydroxychloroquine, because “We want to ensure that doctors have the ability to prescribe these medicines”, and that “We also want to make sure that the people who have prescriptions that predated COVID-19 have access to the medication they need. And so all of the work that we’ve done is trying to strike that balance.”
In many US cities, most businesses are not only closed, but their storefronts are now being boarded up. What are they expecting? But you already know what they are expecting. Unfortunately, much of the population actually believe that once the crisis is over everything will go back to normal. But was it really normal before? Personally I don’t think so, but there is still a sliver of hope in me that we could do much better if we get the chance, but another part of me thinks its a red pill/blue pill moment. Many of us took the red pill years ago, and found out about, and can see before us, the many once hidden, unpleasant truths. And realized that living the “truth of reality” is harsher, open to ridicule, and more difficult. But sadly, it seems the majority of the herd has been swallowing the blue pill, to remain in blissful ignorance. Living in confined comfort without want or fear within a manufactured reality.
Apr. 2nd. Here on Vancouver Island, the first two Covid deaths have been confirmed, with 72 cases and seven people hospitalized. In total, BC has 1,121 cases, 149 hospitalized with 68 in intensive care units, and 31 deaths. There are currently 4,171 empty beds at the ready, many of those due to cancellations of elective surgeries. Elsewhere, half the planet’s human population is now locked-down on some level.
My son came by yesterday and picked up my laundry because I was running out of clean clothes. So today I was out and about gathering a few necessities, like chocolate milk and a couple more boxes of Kraft dinner. Picked up my laundry, all meticulously folded and smelling fresh, and was able to chat and play with my granddaughter for a bit outside though I kept my distance, which she found odd, since she’s usually running into my arms and we are inseparable when together. During this self-isolation I think I miss her the most.
There was lighter than normal traffic, but being a sunny day people were out doing much the same. City workers were repairing curbs and working on various projects, landscapers were out in full force, and public transit is still running. What I especially noticed, even those just out walking, far less people had a phone in front of their face, and it seemed everyone was more aware of their surroundings and of each other. There was a lot of respecting others going around. It was wonderful to see.
If the virus hadn’t caused the current economic crash, something else would have. Any fall in revenue is indeed problematic, but manageable without excessive debt. Global debt as a percentage of GDP rose from 250% in 2007, to 325% in 2019. With current overall debt levels triple what they were in 1999. Today, for every $100 a typical Canadian earns, they owe $160.
On April 1st, the fracking shale for oil company, Whiting Petroleum, filed for bankruptcy and unable to pay it’s debts. Only five days after the company’s board approved $14.6 million in cash bonuses for it’s top executives.
In Sweden, Extinction Rebellion and Greta Tintin Eleonora Ernman Thunberg fans have been deliberately coughing, sneezing, and spitting beside the elderly “to save the planet.” While others on the left of the spectrum are deeming the epidemic Mother Nature’s response to human transgression, or as our fore-bearers once viewed such disasters, as the gods enraged by human’s disrespect. But then the pause Covid has given us, could also be interpreted as perhaps a warning that maybe we’ve gone too far, and must alter our behaviour so that we don’t risk further contamination of ourselves and the environment as well.
Even after colleges around the US cancelled classes or converted to all-digital learning, hundreds of thousands of “Covidiot” teenagers and early twenty-somethings, enjoying the extended spring break of their dreams on beaches everywhere. But as studies are now showing, such “selfishly ignorant” teenagers helped spread the virus around the country. But then these are young people who are almost pathologically incapable of staying at home and doing nothing, because that are being raised by parents who have made themselves impotent, by being their “buddies” instead of being parents. Some parents are still allowing kids to have group sleepovers and parties.
“Maybe these kids will remember the coronavirus as their big struggle, their “World War II” as it were. Though, given the tendency to accept and embellish unpleasant experiences into “traumas”, we imagine that American teens will use this as one more excuse why the government owes them every handout imaginable, from paying off their student loans to covering health-care costs for life.”
And even though in the propaganda world, a “wet market” sounds more dramatic than a “lab”, evidence is mounting that the origin of the virus probably came out of a lab in Wuhan and not the wet market just a few kilometers down the street. With that being said, so far China has offered Covid-19-related equipment and medical help to no fewer than 89 nations – and counting. Including Africa (especially South Africa, Namibia and Kenya, but also to many other African nations; Latin America (Brazil, Argentina, Venezuela, Peru); the arc from East Asia to Southwest Asia; and Europe. Key recipients in Europe include Italy, France, Spain, Belgium, the Netherlands, Serbia and Poland. Most are donations. Some are trade – like millions of masks sold to France and the US.
Another ploy to strike fear into the masses, the mainstream media is screaming that the US now has double! the confirmed cases of Covid than Italy, the next highest country! What they forget to say, in their need for ratings and clicks, is, of course. Italy’s population of 60 million is only one fifth of the US’s 330 million.
Peace. Stay calm and rational. If the sun is out, stand outside or open the window and look at it with your eyes closed for a few moments, and just focus on its warmth upon your face, and nothing else.
Apr. 3rd. The reason I began this Covid timeline was because I had so many friends and family, many which I hadn’t talked to in awhile call me, and after some small talk ask, what’s really going on. For they knew I gleefully dabbled in going down rabbit holes in search of truth. And many no doubt thought I was what the CIA has termed a conspiracy theorist, though they never held it against me, for I sometimes made sense whether they wanted to believe it or not. I found many conspiracy theories simply fiction, but I also found many to be based on facts, reasoning and common sense, rather than what mainstream media and the education system wants us to believe instead. So trying to be not so long-winded.
Theory has it that the New World Order (NWO) concept is simply the wish of a handful of international bankers that want to economically and politically rule the whole planet as one happy family. Such an order used to be called simply an empire, and actually started back in 1773, at the height of the British global empire. But really picked up steam after the discovery of oil in the late 19th century. Since 1944, they began looting the planet by using the US dollar as the weapon of choice. They are now threatened by hyperinflation, as their printing machine has been rotating for years to cover their absurd spending to sustain oil and resource wars that they’ve all ultimately lost. In order to prevent this upcoming hyperinflation, they have perhaps generated a virus attack on four countries (China, Iran, Italy and now the US) to spread panic in the population, with the artful help of their shameless mainstream media. Even though this coronavirus isn’t different from any new viruses that attack humans every year, the media scare pushed people to voluntarily isolate themselves through fear and terror. When in fact the only ones who should be quarantined are the elderly and those people whose health is compromised, and not everybody else. The people who either caught the virus but showed no symptoms, with their bodies now immune to it, nor the ones who would have to take a week or two off work and stay at home, sick with a virus on steroids, and then afterwards, and now also immune to this particular virus, could go back to work. There are millions upon millions of perfectly healthy people locked in their homes. Many have lost their jobs, and which they may never get back again, companies are going bankrupt, with many of them, maybe never reopening, while the media induced panic created a stock exchange crash that emptied wallets and dried up assets. The virus isn’t destroying us, our economies, ways of life or mental health, the lock-down is.
Dr Didier Raoult, the top virologist on the planet recently confirmed that chloroquine, as already mentioned, a nearly inoffensive drug that has been used for 60 years to treat malaria, was used by the Chinese with spectacular results to cure patients. Raoult then improved his elixir by adding a pneumonic antibacterial called azythromicin, and saved everyone of his first 1,000 cases, but one. The US immediately imposed the same treatment through a fight against its own Federal Drug Administration, which is bought and paid for by the deep state of the central bankers. All the Western governments, their medical agencies, the World Health Organization, and mainstream media then tried to destroy Dr. Raoult’s reputation, by inventing, that the drugs had “dangerous side effects”. At the same time, in Germany, internationally praised Dr Wolfgand Wodarg noted that the engineered panic was totally useless, since this virus isn’t any different than the others that affect us every years. With the pathological lies of the official communication channels of every New World Order country being exposed with each passing day, they are ramping up the fear factor and willing to destroy the social fabric of many societies. Remember, people are nothing to them.
Suddenly, with the mainstream media being forced to talk about such remedies, many big Pharma CEO’s were fired because they had just lost the vaccine contract, at first countries like Canada refused to even consider the use of such cheap and inoffensive medication, while in Jan. 2020, a couple of weeks before the burst of the fake pandemic, the French proclaimed that chloroquine was harmful and had also restrained its use.
In 1991, after the fall of the Soviet Union, the international central bankers controlled about 95% of the planet. They felt invincible and that nothing could slow or even stop their ultimate mission to complete their Orwellian dream, of destroying the few countries left that did not abide by their rules or rely on their central banking empire, enlarge Israel, and get the total control over the world oil market. They’ve been working on this ever since the Balfour declaration in 1917, which eventually would create the State of Israel, their military bastion to control the Middle East.
Then a Russian by the name of Vladimir Putin, who had graduated in 1975 with a law degree and then worked as a KGB foreign intelligence officer for 16 years, rising to the rank of Lieutenant Colonel before resigning in 1991 to begin a political career, appeared on the scene. From 1999 until 2008 he served as the president of Russia. Then prime minister, and since 2012, once again the president. After a few years spent at draining the Russian swamp from the oligarchs and mafia gangs that his stumbling predecessor left behind, he took to the task at hand. Portrayed by western mainstream media as the badman, an ex-spy who is driven by nostalgia rather than any ideology, while in reality he embodied the reincarnation of the long lost Russian ideology of total political and economical independence. Because his opponents in the West had been looting the planet for 250 years through colonization insured by a military dominance, Putin knew that for Russia to have any sort of independence he had to start by building an invincible military machine. And he did. Then to make sure that a nuclear war wouldn’t be an option, he came up with stuff which nightmares are made of, such as the Sarmat, the Poseidon and the Avangard weapons systems, all unstoppable and able to destroy any country in a matter of a few hours. Then in Sept. 2015 in Syria (who was not a member of any central bank, just like Libya wasn’t), he proved to every country that independence from the NWO banking system could now be a matter of choice.
Then seemingly right out of left field came the coronavirus and the ensuing media creation of a fake pandemic. The main focus of the NWO was to avoid a catastrophic hyperinflation of the humongous mass of US dollars that no one wants anymore, and to have the time to implement their virtual world crypto-currency. With everyone instead of “essential employees” under house arrest and paid a guaranteed monthly income. It seemed at first that the plan could work. But with the decisions made by Russia at the recent, and already mentioned, OPEC+ meeting in March, the Russians now control the all-mighty oil market, the unavoidable energy resource that lubricates economies and armies. The quaking bankers’ NATO can only watch, without any means to get it back. Or as Sylvain LaForest, via OrientalReview.org says, “The Empire of Banks has been terminally ill for five years, but it’s now on morphine, barely realizing what’s going on.”
Then on Mar. 28th Russia announced its own anti-corona drug cocktail based on Dr Raoult’s formula. Big pharma is now at its wits end. Do most Western countries now implement the good doctor’s treatment, or face the slap of a Russian pill coming to save its citizens. With Russia and China now deeply immersed in sending doctors and medicine to Italy, especially the hard hit Lombardy region, the NWO is now worried that they might find the truth, where the high death rate there is not necessarily because of Covid, but probably from a deadly cocktail hybrid from two earlier vaccines for meningitis and influenza, that they were injected in separate vaccination campaigns, very recently.
The next day, Mar.29th the NWO and their minions in the media were shocked to their core when the US government took control over the private central bank, the Federal Reserve, which is now handled by two representatives of the US Treasury of State. And for all intents and purposes has taken private banks out of US public affairs, ending a century of exploitation of the American citizens. The infamous Blackrock investment group has been chosen to start buying important corporations for the Fed, meaning that many chunks of the economy are now being nationalized, while avoiding the crash of the market by implicating important private investors in the deal. The Blackrock group is widely known as the biggest money manager on the planet. They own 5% of Apple, 5% of Exxon Mobil, 6% of Google, second largest shareholder of AT&T (Turner, HBO, CNN, Warner Brothers), but just a few examples.
A realization that must not be ignored, especially at this crucial point in time, that unbeknownst to many and which flies in the face of mainstream media, perhaps Russia and the Trump administration are actually united in their goals. Who knows? Regardless, the NWO are blatantly desperate because their pandemic option like all the others is not working. What is truly scary is that to prevent them from using all that’s left, the nuclear option to get it done, they are facing Putin and Trump, who are both not as stupid as the media portrays, though their particular personalities may offend some, nor are they the boogeymen.
Many believe that if the BIS (Bank for International Settlements), the World Bank, the International Monetary Fund, the European Central bank, the EU, and NATO, disappeared, our world would still not be anywhere near perfect, but it might get much better sooner rather than later or never.
There are many who doubt the NWO induced Western strategy of locking down the planet. The Mar. 26th report, Covid-19 – Navigating the Uncharted, co-authored by Dr. Anthony Fauci – the White House face of the fight, H. Clifford Lane, and CDC director Dr. Robert R. Redfield, basically the heart of the US healthcare establishment, explicitly states, “the overall clinical consequences of Covid-19 may ultimately be more akin to those of a severe seasonal influenza (which has a case fatality rate of approximately 0.1%) or a pandemic influenza (similar to those in 1957 and 1968) rather than a disease similar to SARS or MERS, which have had case fatality rates of 9 to 10% and 36%, respectively.”
John Lee, recently retired professor of pathology and former NHS consultant pathologist, has recently argued that, “the world’s 18,944 coronavirus deaths represent 0.14 per cent of the total. These figures might shoot up but they are, right now, lower than other infectious diseases that we live with (such as flu).” He recommends, “a degree of social distancing should be maintained for a while, especially for the elderly and the immune-suppressed. But when drastic measures are introduced, they should be based on clear evidence. In the case of Covid-19, the evidence is not clear.” Even New York governor Andrew Cuomo admitted on the record about the error of quarantining elderly people with illnesses alongside the fit young population.
The strangest thing about Covid is how was it that most all Western countries were caught completely unprepared for the spread of it, even after being provided a head start of two months by China, and having the time to study different successful strategies applied across Asia. One reason is because in Jan. 2020 the mainstream media had the world enraged over the attempted impeachment of a man who some people simply don’t like. Another reason is that the NWO know he is a threat and have been at war with who he represents for going on four years now. And finally previous administrations have raided the cupboards dry. Remember the hurricanes and FEMA’s feeble responses? Haiti anyone?
Is this crises a controlled demolition of the global economy? Is martial law, severe social media policing, and the return of strict border controls, not the markings of a massive social re-engineering project, complete with inbuilt full monitoring, population control and social distancing promoted as the new normal?
The US are weathering a perfect storm, a totally shattered economy; a financial crash, barely masked by the trillions in helicopter money from the Federal Reserve and the European Central Bank, tens of millions of unemployed, millions of small businesses that will simply disappear, and a widespread, global mental health crisis. Not to mention the masses of elderly, especially in the US, that will be issued an unspoken we will not save you notice on the triage list.
At the ID2020 Alliance summit in Sept. 2019, in New York, (a month before the previously mentioned Event 201, also held in New York City) it was decided by the European Commission, that the “Rising to the Good ID Challenge” program would be launched in 2020. The European Commission, is deeply involved in a crucial but virtually unknown project called CREMA (Cloud Based Rapid Elastic Manufacturing), which aims to facilitate the widest possible implementation of AI (artificial intelligence) in conjunction to the advent of a cashless one-world system. Which itself implies a central unelected body which is capable of dispensing and controlling Universal Basic Income to those in lock-down. Where anyone is liable to be erased from the system if an algorithm equals this individual with dissent. ID2020 is self-described as a benign alliance of “public-private partners”. Essentially, it is an electronic ID platform based on generalized vaccination. And its starts at birth; newborns will be provided with a “portable and persistent bio-metrically-linked digital identity.” While one of the partners, Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunization, pledges to “protect people’s health” and provide “immunization for all”. Top partners and sponsors, apart from the WHO, include, predictably, Big Pharma. It is basically absolute social control that is being promoted as an innocent vaccine. Such a digital identity, within the vaccine, will be first tested with the people of Bangladesh, this year, if they haven’t postponed it or anything. Journalist Pepe Escobar poses a serious question: was ID2020 timed to coincide with what a crucial sponsor, the WHO, qualified as a pandemic? Or was a pandemic absolutely crucial to justify the launch of ID2020? Escobar argues that “the powers that be, taking their cue from the tried and tested, decades-old CIA playbook, of course are breathlessly calling it a “conspiracy theory”. Yet what vast swathes of global public opinion observe is a – dangerous – virus being used as cover for the advent of a new, digital financial system, complete with a forced vaccine cum nanochip creating a full, individual, digital identity.”
Consider that about 99% of people who contract the disease live through it, whether feeling any symptoms or not, and are now naturally immunized to the disease, so why would they need a vaccine for something they are now immune to? So we must be wary when some big pharma outfit miraculously brings out a vaccine to eliminate the threat of coronavirus, and we are forced to receive it under threat of arrest. And then find out later that key government officials had invested heavily in the company that developed the cure. Is someone going to be targeted as a bio terrorist germ spreader if they want to contract the seasonal cold/flu and let their bodies beat it on its own? Of course, though many vaccines have to be given today because our immune systems are degrading, they do have all kinds of toxins in them, including nanochips in the ID2020 vaccine, and since some will get rushed to market in the current hysteria, there’s a huge likelihood of making many people sick and more babies being born autistic, making the vaccine much more harmful than beneficial. Is anyone going to be held responsible for that if it were to happen? When they have never been held accountable before.
Apr. 5th. Amazing. The term Covid-19, was debuted only 54 days ago (Feb11th). And the kids who hopefully will be allowed to graduate from Grade 12 at some time this year, weren’t even born yet when 9/11 happened.
I’ve been thinking lately, what if WHO, which represents the medical-industrial complex, had not screamed epidemic and shot flares into the sky, which brought forth global scale hysteria and fear. And send many governments around the world, nearly all at the same time, making decisions which will do more harm to our worlds than any virus could do. Especially when in reality, adding Covid deaths to date, to overall flu deaths to date, would probably go totally unnoticed except for maybe a few specialists in the bigger, denser cities. Other than any specialists, who would have even noticed the coronavirus? We would have been oblivious, because every flu season, the one we are currently in, last year, and the year before that, we’d pass on in conversation or hear from others, “I hear there’s quite a flu going around that makes you hope to die ” or “I hear there’s a nasty and evil cold going around”, or “I know, I had it, it was brutal, missed a few days of work because of it,”etc, etc.
Here in Canada, every year about 84,000 people succumb to cancer, 53,000 die from heart disease, 14,000 die in car accidents, 8,000 from pneumonia, more than 4,000 suicides, and 1,100 die by flu. In a typical Canadian month of March about 3,600 people die from all causes. Deaths (to Apr.5th) due to Covid, 280 people.
In BC, from January to March, there were about 10,350 deaths from all causes. So far this year, 38 have died from complications due to Covid. And we are giving away many of our freedoms, jobs, businesses, relationships and mental state, because? Would we do the same to stave off cancer, having a stroke or a heart attack, or walking across the street and getting hit by a bus? Do we usually go through life living in fear of such things?
Consider that on an average day in the US 8,000 people die, about 240,000 per month, 2.9 million per year. When that perspective is placed in context, next to the approaching, 10,000 Covid deaths in the US, one could question the necessity of shutting down the entire country.
Our response could drive the suicide rate through the roof. Drug and alcohol abuse would no doubt rise, as would poverty and lack of food access, along with a plethora of social, medical, and public health issues. Even though, as much as 90% of active Covid cases are mild, and do not require specific medical treatment to recover.
One of the hottest spots in California, besides L.A., has been the San Francisco Bay area, specifically, at the heart of Silicon Valley, Santa Clara county. They report that currently, 30% of ICU patients have Covid, 38% have other problems, and that 32% of beds are still available. The rates in the Bay area are beginning to show signs that the rates are dropping. Washington State has also finally begun to stabilize, after being one of the first hit with the virus, and Minnesota has the lowest sustained level of cases.
Isolated already, Iceland (pop.364,260) to-date has a 0.9% infection rate, with 3,500 infected, and one death (0.03% fatality rate). Their average seasonal flu fatality rate is 0.10%.
Putting the madman who runs the Philippines, who has declared that those caught playing hooky from their place of confinement, will be shot on sight, aside. Here in Victoria, break-ins have risen 119% since Jan.1st. With many businesses closed because owners, operators and employees who, whether healthy, or infected or not, are at home self-isolating. The majority of the break-ins were to small and medium size businesses, with a third to construction sites, outbuildings, and sheds. Sounds like the black market, the dealers, and the pawn shops are going to do great. Many of the owners are now considering having to hire security guards, which already are, and have been, everywhere for a few years now. Many of the businesses are pulling out the plywood and boarding up storefronts and access points. No doubt many of them, and also for years now, have their camera systems still in operation. For the stores still open, there has been a similar spike in shop-lifting. And in some areas I feel its nearly at the point where if you cough for any reason, on any street today, and anyone who sees or hears it immediately labels you infested, and they will soon notify the authorities, there is an app now to do this, who will find you and ask to see your papers, to whether you have been tested or not, and if you are allowed out from your shelter-in-place order.
Conveniently, in the “Wag the Dog”, oops I mean War on Covid, it seems our Federal government have also cleared off their desks. I guess those planned gun-control measures, the changes to the assisted dying legislation, and to advance reconciliation with Indigenous peoples, have been put on the back burner. And though I’m sure, very few of the 105 senators and 338 members of the House of Commons, are actually battling on any front line against Covid, and together number more than the people who have, to-date, died due to Covid, the Federal budget which is usually released in the late Fall, has also been delayed indefinitely.
Take it as you will, a dozen academics, epidemiologists, physicians, lawyers and economists published a report Mar 27th for the Munich-based Ifo economics institute. Worst case scenario, if government deems Covid a seasonal flu, there is unlikely to be any return to normality before a reliable vaccine against Covid-19 becomes widely available, which appears to be at least a year away. And then everyone on the planet will be vaccinated, whether they are immune or not. If they have any say in the matter, the profit the maker of the “vaccine” makes each dose, will be multiplied by about 7.5 billion doses. Big money. But then to find the truth of many things, simply follow the money. Because that’s what the elite are all about. Pretend your doing good and make literally, a killing on it.
Other scenarios the report came up with include; End of lock-down for most countries, Apr. 15 to 30th. Based on restrictions being lifted in Hubei, China, May 20th, and based on containment of SARS, June 15th. But you know plans. Once they begin often times can immediately be thrown away. Only time will tell. Stay calm and rational and try to push any stress away for the moment, because it doesn’t know the future either.
To be continued…
For anyone wanting to dive deeper, as to perhaps the reasons why, and if this is an agenda being played out or not, and then make your own decision, please visit : Agenda’s 21 and 30.