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What is really behind this COVID move?
#41
(06-25-2020, 05:24 PM)TheRedneck Wrote: ...That won't work with me. The Democrat virus (so named because it apparently votes Democrat) hasn't hurt me financially at all...
if anything, I'm $1200 to the good, not to mention what I have saved on gas.

Haven't worn a mask yet, although I do social distance (there's a stoopid virus airborne that does scare me). Never had a flu shot and
still not dead. Not gonna get this one either. They'll just have to forgive me for not dying like a good little soldier.
Some people have trouble with math... I have trouble with dying. Not my forte.

TheRedneck

A man after my own heart!
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#42
I got "red pilled" about the medical field back in the 90s when some guy (can't remember his name for the life of me) came out with a book that showed/proved how doctors, Big Pharma, and lobbyists/politicians were all connected in one big circle of "scratch my back and I'll scratch yours".
The end goal was to keep people sick so Big Pharma could stuff it's pockets.

Doctors were paid bonuses for getting a certain amount of vaccines into the children every year. If they didn't meet their quota, no bonus.

And politicians were paid big bucks for voting on certain policies to protect Big Pharma. Just like the one they have now that protects them from being sued if a particular medicine kills a patient, and making sure to kill off any doctors that offered natural CURES for a sickness that kept Big Pharma swimming in green paper.

That book opened my eyes WIDE to how things work in real life. From there, I started noticing other strange things about what goes on behind the curtain, to the point I now have my very on tin foil hat.

I don't mind being labeled a conspiracy theorist. I earned my tin foil hat through years of research, and I wear it proudly.

Back to the vaccine topic. Ahem... I got derailed there.   tinysurprised 

I haven't had a vaccine in 15 years. I took a few before that for the flu, but only once or twice. Didn't like the way it made me feel, so I stopped.
My doctor has learned over time that I'm into natural "medicines", so when I refuse his offer for a flu shot or any other pharmaceuticals, he just shakes his head 'okay' and moves on. He used to argue with me, but he knows now he's just wasting his time.  minusculebiggrin

I will never concede to taking that vaccine for the Covid flu.  Not in this lifetime!
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#43
(06-25-2020, 07:01 PM)Mystic Wanderer Wrote: I got "red pilled" about the medical field back in the 90s when some guy (can't remember his name for the life of me) came out with a book that showed/proved how doctors, Big Pharma, and lobbyists/politicians were all connected in one big circle of "scratch my back and I'll scratch yours".
The end goal was to keep people sick so Big Pharma could stuff it's pockets.

Doctors were paid bonuses for getting a certain amount of vaccines into the children every year. If they didn't meet their quota, no bonus.

And politicians were paid big bucks for voting on certain policies to protect Big Pharma. Just like the one they have now that protects them from being sued if a particular medicine kills a patient, and making sure to kill off any doctors that offered natural CURES for a sickness that kept Big Pharma swimming in green paper.

That book opened my eyes WIDE to how things work in real life. From there, I started noticing other strange things about what goes on behind the curtain, to the point I now have my very on tin foil hat.

I don't mind being labeled a conspiracy theorist. I earned my tin foil hat through years of research, and I wear it proudly.

Back to the vaccine topic. Ahem... I got derailed there.   tinysurprised 

I haven't had a vaccine in 15 years. I took a few before that for the flu, but only once or twice. Didn't like the way it made me feel, so I stopped.
My doctor has learned over time that I'm into natural "medicines", so when I refuse his offer for a flu shot or any other pharmaceuticals, he just shakes his head 'okay' and moves on. He used to argue with me, but he knows now he's just wasting his time.  minusculebiggrin

I will never concede to taking that vaccine for the Covid flu.  Not in this lifetime!

A lot of people would be shocked if they look behind the curtain that sits in front of the doors of medicine.  Medical doctors have so much power because their practice is based on medicine. Medicine that is produced by Big Pharma. Big Pharma that schools them, trains them, and then controls them. If that is not enough to make you rethink anything you thought you knew about doctors and medicine, take a look at CMS, and that may be a trip down a rabbit hole with no return.

Fighting in a industry that sacrifices at the feet of CMS to receive its blessings and gifts, stripped me to the bone. That is why I can never work in an environment again that is funded or controlled by either CMS or Big Pharma. I gave too much of myself to protect my patients and I lost. It left me broken, and unable to continue the battle. So, don't blame the doctors and nurses. Big Pharma and CMS are going to get their pound of flesh, and they don't care where they get. I just had no more flesh to give.


If people opened their eyes and thought about what is sitting right in front of their eyes, they may start to actually see the yellow brick road.
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(06-25-2020, 10:54 PM)Mystic Wanderer Wrote:
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Here is a pretty comprehensive look at the numbers.

Ive been looking into it ever since some of those nursing orders came out, kinda compiling my own data.. But this paper does a much better job. Its very damning, in my humble opinion.

Clearly our response is the problem, imo. And, it seems like we are looking to ramp it all up again now that the media is done hammering the riots..

Also, I might have missed it in the linked paper, but I believe that nearly every facet of our response compromises immune systems, even in healthy individuals, rather than really protecting anyone.
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(06-26-2020, 02:43 AM)Serdgiam Wrote: Here is a pretty comprehensive look at the numbers.

Ive been looking into it ever since some of those nursing orders came out, kinda compiling my own data.. But this paper does a much better job. Its very damning, in my humble opinion.

Clearly our response is the problem, imo. And, it seems like we are looking to ramp it all up again now that the media is done hammering the riots..

Also, I might have missed it in the linked paper, but I believe that nearly every facet of our response compromises immune systems, even in healthy individuals, rather than really protecting anyone.

Thank you for that link, it was interesting reading. I agree with you that the media have used this situation for
their own gain, another case of piggy-backing on an event to boost ratings. The details in your link show -to me
at least, a seasonal global disease was promoted into devastating plague by the same media and the reasons
can be numerous.

I would guess that the first one for the fourth estate would be to get folk trapped in their homes and fixated on
the television for news of the virus. If you have a contained audience, you can induce a more terrified environment
with word-smithing and down-right falsehoods.
And the advertisers will pay for such a corralling of possible customers.

When the 'pandemic' went political, there'd still be no effect on the media control. The natural -out-of-date stance
is that most people see Governments as a body that adheres to rules and in a manner, can be trusted.
All the media had to do was gate-keep any doubters and butter-pat agreeing-narratives to make sure the word is
'stay indoors'.

Even now as the summer threatens to cajole the UK public from their homes, the established Press are still trying to
display a concern for the public that far-outweighs the advisory position of the UK Government. Why is that?

Because the Government only need votes for elections, the media need customers every day and will do anything
to get them. I can only hope one day that the deceit these bastards exhibited will be be exposed.
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#47
They tell us in advance what they have planned. This one is just smacks us in the face (no pun intended).
The Denver airport mural painted in 1994.

1994!!!

ETA: No sauce/source to verify if this is really a painting in the airport or just someone posting for clicks.


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(06-26-2020, 02:32 PM)Mystic Wanderer Wrote: They tell us in advance what they have planned. This one is just smacks us in the face (no pun intended).
The Denver airport mural painted in 1994.

1994!!!

ETA: No sauce/source to verify if this is really a painting in the airport or just someone posting for clicks.


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I used to follow the threads about the Denver Airport mural. I don't remember the masks?????

I am going to have to go back and check that out. My gut is telling me this has to be a Photoshop, but I could be wrong. It could be the Mandela Effect.   tinydrroling
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#49
From the start, something about this virus stunk.  Maybe not the virus itself, but the reaction to it.  

My conspiratorial side thought maybe it's a test run from the government to see what they can get away with, how long will people allow themselves to be be ordered inside, stuff like that.

But then I think, wouldn't that be giving the incompetent bastards a lot of credit to pull off something like that?
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(06-26-2020, 04:29 PM)Schmoe1 Wrote: From the start, something about this virus stunk.  Maybe not the virus itself, but the reaction to it.  

My conspiratorial side thought maybe it's a test run from the government to see what they can get away with, how long will people allow themselves to be be ordered inside, stuff like that.

But then I think, wouldn't that be giving the incompetent bastards a lot of credit to pull off something like that?

They deserve the credit. If for nothing else, for their patience.

I started my quest for truth, at least that is what I thought I was doing, back around 2006. I found ATS and lurked. I was looking for something else, back then, and stumbled into a hornets nest after 911 happened.

I was drawn towards anything that seemed off, a bit too odd to be true, but too believable to be ignored. Almost everything that is going down right now, we discussed back in the day, and we were called crazy, conspiracy nuts, and liars.

Fast forward to today. We walked right off that cliff that we "knew" was there, and too many are following right behind. We know darn well we are being played. We know that we can't believe a word they say, yet post after post we speak of almost nothing but the junk they keep our lunch boxes filled with, and we keep eating it. I see posts on almost every site that sounds like a call to arms. They are convinced America is under attack and it is up to the people to save us. They are encouraging the taking up of arms and the shedding of a little blood to fertilize the tree of liberty, is what is needed.

Now I am a country girl. We are used to first line defense of protecting the homestead, because it may take two days for the law to respond to a call, but we damn sure try to make sure we know what we are shooting at, and most of us make darn sure it is a real threat, and not just a neighbor walking around in his cups, or an animal that has wandered from his field. So I don't believe for on second that normal sane Americans believe that it is a good idea to go out and start shooting people because they are wearing a hat or T-shirt printed with a saying or logo they may not agree with, or find offensive.

I do believe they are putting out the bait and confident enough that we will take it, and we are proving them right. Yes, if for no other reason than for patience and their exceptional ability to manipulate and control us, I think they deserve some credit.

I think the the ones that deserve the most credit, are those that are not taking the bait and seeing the end game for what it is, a trap.
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#51
Quote:In Texas, focal point of national anxiety about a coronavirus 'second wave,' the state counts every COVID-positive hospital patient as a hospitalization for COVID itself, which may be exaggerating numbers.

Exaggerating numbers?  Pfft! Imagine that!
Could this have anything to do with the hospitals and nursing homes getting paid large amounts of federal money for "Covid-19"?   minusculethinking 


Quote:Health officials in Texas are logging every single COVID-19-positive hospital patient in the state as a COVID-19 hospitalization, even if the patients themselves are admitted seeking treatment for something other than the coronavirus. 

That policy may be serving to artificially inflate what ostensibly seems like a significant COVID-19 surge in the state. Texas has lately been the focal point of national anxiety over concerns that a "second wave" of the coronavirus has begun there after the state began reopening nearly two months ago. 

COVID-19 hospitalizations there have been on a steady upward track for about the last two weeks, per the state's coronavirus dashboard, which on Thursday recorded about 4,400 coronavirus hospitalizations in the state. But at least part of that trend may be due to liberal coding policies by state officials. 

Lindsey Rosales, a spokeswoman for the Texas Department of State Health Services, confirmed to Just the News this week that the state is categorizing every inpatient in the state with a positive COVID-19 test as a COVID-19 hospitalization.

"The number of hospitalized patients includes patients with a lab-confirmed case of COVID-19 even if the person is admitted to the hospital for a different reason," Rosales said. 

Asked if inpatients in the state are tested for COVID-19 whenever they arrive for treatment, Rosales said, "Hospitals set their own protocols for determining when and if to test patients for COVID-19."

Are people waking up to what's happening yet?   minusculebonker

Read more: Texas hospital CEO: COVID inpatient count 'misinterpreted,' level of alarm 'unwarranted'
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(06-26-2020, 05:13 PM)Mystic Wanderer Wrote:
Quote:In Texas, focal point of national anxiety about a coronavirus 'second wave,' the state counts every COVID-positive hospital patient as a hospitalization for COVID itself, which may be exaggerating numbers.

Exaggerating numbers?  Pfft! Imagine that!
Could this have anything to do with the hospitals and nursing homes getting paid large amounts of federal money if a death is labeled "Covid-19"?   minusculethinking 


Quote:Health officials in Texas are logging every single COVID-19-positive hospital patient in the state as a COVID-19 hospitalization, even if the patients themselves are admitted seeking treatment for something other than the coronavirus. 

That policy may be serving to artificially inflate what ostensibly seems like a significant COVID-19 surge in the state. Texas has lately been the focal point of national anxiety over concerns that a "second wave" of the coronavirus has begun there after the state began reopening nearly two months ago. 

COVID-19 hospitalizations there have been on a steady upward track for about the last two weeks, per the state's coronavirus dashboard, which on Thursday recorded about 4,400 coronavirus hospitalizations in the state. But at least part of that trend may be due to liberal coding policies by state officials. 

Lindsey Rosales, a spokeswoman for the Texas Department of State Health Services, confirmed to Just the News this week that the state is categorizing every inpatient in the state with a positive COVID-19 test as a COVID-19 hospitalization.

"The number of hospitalized patients includes patients with a lab-confirmed case of COVID-19 even if the person is admitted to the hospital for a different reason," Rosales said. 

Asked if inpatients in the state are tested for COVID-19 whenever they arrive for treatment, Rosales said, "Hospitals set their own protocols for determining when and if to test patients for COVID-19."

Are people waking up to what's happening yet?   minusculebonker

Read more: Texas hospital CEO: COVID inpatient count 'misinterpreted,' level of alarm 'unwarranted'

Why is the media calling them "cases"? Cases generate in the mind the idea that they are referring to people that are sick or require treatment.

The numbers are the number of test results that, supposedly, have come back positive. Many of those people took the test weeks to months, before the results came in, so they shed no light on the number of people that may be actually positive at the time the results are reported.

Many of my nursing co-workers and friends, are required to be test regularly, every so many days. So some of those results are from a person that has been tested before. This means the results show an increase in the numbers of results, not necessarily an increase in the number of people.

In other words, the numbers are just numbers, that people are using to push their own agendas.
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(06-24-2020, 03:13 AM)Sol Wrote: Hey all,

I've had an interesting discussion today with a financial guru who thinks that something nefarious and dark is buried underneath this coronavirus situation, unknown to the public at large.

That got my spider senses tingling...

Many people think that it's to gain control of the masses. Others think that it's for planetary vaccination purposes.

But could it be far worse than these two possibilities? The economy came to an almost state of paralysis for months. My own company was closed for three months. I looked at the numbers here in Quebec and we've lost over 5000 people to this virus. Roughly 80% or so were elderly that could have passed away with the influenza or pneumonia. That leaves roughly 1000 people that died out of 8 million people.

Let that sink in. 1000 out of 8 million and we shut everything down to a stall. A quarter of a trillion dollars more in debt for Canada and billions for our province.

Where is the fucking sense in that?!?!?!?!?

Regular flu kills more people a year, so does cancer, car accidents or suicides.

To control the population? Our Prime Minister has ordered an app to install on your phone on a voluntary basis to track down if you're close to someone that has the virus.

Everyone I've talked to about that say the same thing. He can shove his app way deep.

The population won't be controlled, at least, not as they wish or think.

A whole lot of people couldn't care less about a vaccine. I know I don't.

A new world order? They wish.

No, something way worse is at stake. Since when do countries fully stop their economies and spend this amount of money for the citizen's sake? Never.

My ears are open to opinions. What do you think?

Have you ever seen the movie Eqilibrium? A not too distant dystopian tale where emotions have been outlawed (along with anything that causes emotion: art, music, literature, color, scents, puppies, etc.) and psychoactive emotion suppressing drugs are mandated (and enforced) by law. THAT is where this is all heading. 

For years I've been ringing the alarm about trading parenting and teaching for medication and programming. Now the kids who have spent their entire lives on heavy psych drugs and being programmed by social media have grown up and are doing exactly what they were meant to do: run emotionally amok! The results of which we are already seeing as "anything that gives anyone the feels must be destroyed!" No art, music, literature that offends shall be suffered! Before you know it baby goats in pajamas will be outlawed because mohair reminds someone of their dead grandma who was a known racist and makes them cry.
You cant get mad at people who suck the life out of you if you keep giving them the straw.
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#54
Quote:Before you know it baby goats in pajamas will be outlawed because mohair reminds someone of their dead grandma who was a known racist and makes them cry.

    tinylaughing
Funny, but probably not far from the truth.  Sadly.
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(06-26-2020, 05:38 PM)GeauxHomeLittleD Wrote: For years I've been ringing the alarm about trading parenting and teaching for medication and programming. Now the kids who have spent their entire lives on heavy psych drugs and being programmed by social media have grown up and are doing exactly what they were meant to do: run emotionally amok!

Many don't know how true these words are. The number of my patients, under the age of thirty, that are on psychotropic medications, is staggering and scary.

In America, in most cases, the first items introduced into an infant's body are chemicals. Most of which are artificially produced. Our children, in America, spend almost all of their lives consuming chemicals. It is no wonder that when they enter their teens, with overly charged hormones, that they would have a chemical imbalance, which is often treated with even stronger chemicals.

It is not a surprise that our teens are having difficulty handling what the world is throwing at them. Parents try to do what is best for their children, but when the people and the system, they trust the most, fail them, our children are likely to suffer.
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(06-26-2020, 05:01 PM)NightskyeB4Dawn Wrote:
(06-26-2020, 04:29 PM)Schmoe1 Wrote: From the start, something about this virus stunk.  Maybe not the virus itself, but the reaction to it.  

My conspiratorial side thought maybe it's a test run from the government to see what they can get away with, how long will people allow themselves to be be ordered inside, stuff like that.

But then I think, wouldn't that be giving the incompetent bastards a lot of credit to pull off something like that?

They deserve the credit. If for nothing else, for their patience.

I started my quest for truth, at least that is what I thought I was doing, back around 2006. I found ATS and lurked. I was looking for something else, back then, and stumbled into a hornets nest after 911 happened.

I was drawn towards anything that seemed off, a bit too odd to be true, but too believable to be ignored. Almost everything that is going down right now, we discussed back in the day, and we were called crazy, conspiracy nuts, and liars.

Fast forward to today. We walked right off that cliff that we "knew" was there, and too many are following right behind. We know darn well we are being played. We know that we can't believe a word they say, yet post after post we speak of almost nothing but the junk they keep our lunch boxes filled with, and we keep eating it. I see posts on almost every site that sounds like a call to arms. They are convinced America is under attack and it is up to the people to save us. They are encouraging the taking up of arms and the shedding of a little blood to fertilize the tree of liberty, is what is needed.

Now I am a country girl. We are used to first line defense of protecting the homestead, because it may take two days for the law to respond to a call, but we damn sure try to make sure we know what we are shooting at, and most of us make darn sure it is a real threat, and not just a neighbor walking around in his cups, or an animal that has wandered from his field. So I don't believe for on second that normal sane Americans believe that it is a good idea to go out and start shooting people because they are wearing a hat or T-shirt printed with a saying or logo they may not agree with, or find offensive.

I do believe they are putting out the bait and confident enough that we will take it, and we are proving them right. Yes, if for no other reason than for patience and their exceptional ability to manipulate and control us, I think they deserve some credit.

I think the the ones that deserve the most credit, are those that are not taking the bait and seeing the end game for what it is, a trap.

Started the same for me, went to ATS to read about paranormal stuff, then I was awakened to the goings on of the governments of the world.

If they're trying to pull something off, you're right, they deserve credit in that sense.  They seem to like their smoke and mirrors, drawing attention from anything they don't want anybody digging into.  See how quick everyone forgot about Epstein?  Oh great, a virus came along, and while we're at it, let's stir up the racial tension plot.

You're a country girl, you're lucky.  I'm in Philly, there was looting happening a quarter mile from me at one point.  I was so thankful to be a gun owner.  We have a quicker response time from police, but really, they're just showing up to take the report.  It's up to you to protect yours when seconds count.

I've heard talk about rising up against all the corruption and bullshit we see today, but in my opinion, people just aren't uncomfortable enough yet.  As long as the sheep are getting their latest episode of the Kardashians, they don't care.  I think it would have to get waaaaay worse for that to happen.

If they're trying to pull something, they deserve credit, because I haven't a clue about the end game.  Something to do with control is my best guess.  For that, I'm extremely grateful for the 2nd Amendment.
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(06-26-2020, 07:17 PM)Schmoe1 Wrote: I've heard talk about rising up against all the corruption and bullshit we see today, but in my opinion, people just aren't uncomfortable enough yet.  As long as the sheep are getting their latest episode of the Kardashians, they don't care.  I think it would have to get waaaaay worse for that to happen.

Exactly. It is about distraction, manipulation and control. Americans are easily manipulated and controlled, because we have become addicted to constant stimulation, and we have very short memories. We are naturally reactionary, and often we respond faster than we can think. Our injured senses can harbor offenses buried so deep, that we become septic, and we often seem surprised when the infected boil rises to the surface and erupts, spewing foul smelling pus all over anything and everything that comes near.

I am not immune to the ugliness I see and hear all around me. I too have immediate and knee jerk reactions to some of what I see and hear. It is just that I have spent years working on keeping a demonic temper in check, so I give myself time to process what it is that I am reacting to. Most of the time this processing takes place before I open my mouth, and I delete far more posts then I actually upload. I consider it a self control technique that I started long before anger management became a thing.

I hope I don't sound condescending. My family and friends jokingly accuse me of speaking in parables, but I have found, after over fifty years in dealing with my patients, that it is easier for me to get my point across when I include in sharing, something relatable. Most people understand things better when they can relate to what I am saying. So a lesson in the understanding of atherosclerosis and hypertension, becomes a story about the garden hose, rather than blood vessels with a bunch of scientific words.

And yes, I guess I am also a bit opinionated.   tinywondering
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(06-26-2020, 07:54 PM)NightskyeB4Dawn Wrote:
(06-26-2020, 07:17 PM)Schmoe1 Wrote: I've heard talk about rising up against all the corruption and bullshit we see today, but in my opinion, people just aren't uncomfortable enough yet.  As long as the sheep are getting their latest episode of the Kardashians, they don't care.  I think it would have to get waaaaay worse for that to happen.

Exactly. It is about distraction, manipulation and control. Americans are easily manipulated and controlled, because we have become addicted to constant stimulation, and we have very short memories. We are naturally reactionary and often we respond faster than we can think. Our injured senses can harbor offenses buried so deep, that they we becomes septic, and seem surprised when the infected boil rises to the surface and erupts, spewing foul smelling pus all over anything and everything that comes near.

I am not immune to the ugliness I see and hear all around me. I too have immediate and knee jerk reactions to some of what I see and hear. It is just that I have spent years working on keeping a demonic temper in check, so I give myself time to process what it is that I am reacting to. Most of the time this processing takes place before I open my mouth, and I delete far more posts then I actually upload. I consider it a self control technique that I started long before anger management became a thing.

I hope I don't sound condescending. My family and friends jokingly accuse me of speaking in parables, but I have found, after over fifty years in dealing with my patients, that it is easier for me to get my point across when I include in sharing, something relatable. Most people understand things better when they can relate to what I am saying. So a lesson in the understanding of atherosclerosis and hypertension, becomes a story about the garden hose, rather than blood vessels with a bunch of scientific words.

And yes, I guess I am also a bit opinionated.   tinywondering
Oh I can relate, I'm one of those powder keg people.  I'll bury all that shit deep over a long period of time, then bam, I'm having a bad day and I see something that pisses me off, then I go into a berserker rage where I go blind and turn red lol.  Having kids helped with that a lot, calming me down.


And that's what I was getting at, like you said, everything now is endless stimulation.  Having thought about it, I guess it would be fairly easy to pull the wool over the sheep's eyes, onto the next distraction.  

On one hand, the government can be amazingly incompetent, but when I think about the population of goldfish and their short memories, it makes sense that that would be plenty to compensate for the incompetence.
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#59
Here's an interesting piece from Off Guardian, a place where alternative news is presented.
I wrote in another thread or post about the eternal machinations of the large Industrialists that were once
known 'Robber Barons' and how the basic system we live in was built by such powerful people.

One only needs to look at how the combustible engine was invested in and it's connections with the discovery
of oil, how wood-pulp is accepted as a backbone into everyday needs and shortages of basic commodities
appeared during this last global 'plague'.

There's a mathematical equation that's often banded about: Create a problem, have the answer available at
a cost and then provide the solution. Such is business.

An article by Rosemary Frei and Patrick Corbett.


Quote:“No one has died from the coronavirus”
Important revelations shared by Dr Stoian Alexov, President of the Bulgarian Pathology Association

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'A high-profile European pathologist is reporting that he and his colleagues across Europe have not found
any evidence of any deaths from the novel coronavirus on that continent.

Dr. Stoian Alexov called the World Health Organization (WHO) a “criminal medical organization” for creating
worldwide fear and chaos without providing objectively verifiable proof of a pandemic.

Another stunning revelation from Bulgarian Pathology Association (BPA) president Dr. Alexov is that he
believes it’s currently “impossible” to create a vaccine against the virus.
He also revealed that European pathologists haven’t identified any antibodies that are specific for SARS-CoV-2.

These stunning statements raise major questions, including about officials’ and scientists’ claims regarding
the many vaccines they’re rushing into clinical trials around the world. They also raise doubt about the veracity
of claims of discovery of anti-novel-coronavirus antibodies (which are beginning to be used to treat patients).

Novel-coronavirus-specific antibodies are supposedly the basis for the expensive serology test kits being used
in many countries (some of which have been found to be unacceptably inaccurate). And they’re purportedly key
to the immunity certificates coveted by Bill Gates that are about to go into widespread use — in the form of the
COVI-PASS — in 15 countries including the UK, US, and Canada.

Dr. Alexov made his jaw-dropping observations in a video interview summarizing the consensus of participants
in a May 8, 2020, European Society of Pathology (ESP) webinar on COVID-19. The May 13 video interview of
Dr. Alexov was conducted by Dr. Stoycho Katsarov, chair of the Center for Protection of Citizens’ Rights in Sofia
and a former Bulgarian deputy minister of health.
The video is on the BPA’s website, which also highlights some of Dr. Alexov’s main points.

We asked a native Bulgarian speaker with a science background to orally translate the video interview into English
 We then transcribed her translation. The video is here and our English transcript is here.

Among the major bombshells Dr. Alexov dropped is that the leaders of the May 8 ESP webinar said no novel-coronavirus
-specific antibodies have been found. The body forms antibodies specific to pathogens it encounters. These specific
antibodies are known as monoclonal antibodies and are a key tool in pathology.

This is done via immunohistochemistry, which involves tagging antibodies with colours and then coating the biopsy
-or autopsy-tissue slides with them. After giving the antibodies time to bind to the pathogens they’re specific for, the
pathologists can look at the slides under a microscope and see the specific places where the coloured antibodies 
-and therefore the pathogens they’re bound to –are located.

Therefore, in the absence of monoclonal antibodies to the novel coronavirus, pathologists cannot verify whether SARS
-CoV-2 is present in the body, or whether the diseases and deaths attributed to it indeed were caused by the virus
rather than by something else.

It would be easy to dismiss Dr. Alexov as just another crank ‘conspiracy theorist.’ After all many people believe they’re
everywhere these days, spreading dangerous misinformation about COVID-19 and other issues.

In addition, little of what Dr. Alexov alleges was the consensus from the May 8 webinar is in the publicly viewable parts
of the proceedings. But keep in mind that whistleblowers often stand alone because the vast majority of people are
afraid to speak out publicly.

Also, Dr. Alexov has an unimpugnable record and reputation. He’s been a physician for 30 years. He’s president of the
BPA, a member of the ESP’s Advisory Board and head of the histopathology department at the Oncology Hospital in
the Bulgarian capital of Sofia.

On top of that, there’s other support for what Dr. Alexov is saying.
For example, the director of the Institute of Forensic Medicine at the University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf in
Germany said in media interviews that there’s a striking dearth of solid evidence for COVID-19’s lethality.

“COVID-19 is a fatal disease only in exceptional cases, but in most cases it is a predominantly harmless viral infection,”
Dr. Klaus Püschel told a German paper in April. Adding in another interview:

"In quite a few cases, we have also found that the current corona infection has nothing
whatsoever to do with the fatal outcome because other causes of death are present,
for example, a brain hemorrhage or a heart attack […]

[COVID-19 is] not particularly dangerous viral disease […] All speculation about individual
deaths that have not been expertly examined only fuel anxiety.”

Also, one of us (Rosemary) and another journalist, Amory Devereux, documented in a June 9 Off-Guardian article that the
novel coronavirus has not fulfilled Koch’s postulates. These postulates are scientific steps used to prove whether a virus
exists and has a one-to-one relationship with a specific disease.

We showed that to date no one has proven SARS-CoV-2 causes a discrete illness matching the characteristics of all the
people who ostensibly died from COVID-19. Nor has the virus has been isolated, reproduced and then shown to cause this
discrete illness.

In addition, in a June 27 Off-Guardian article two more journalists, Torsten Engelbrecht and Konstantin Demeter, added
to the evidence that “the existence of SARS-CoV-2 RNA is based on faith, not fact.” The pair also confirmed “there is no
scientific proof that those RNA sequences [deemed to match that of the novel coronavirus] are the causative agent of
what is called COVID-19.”

Dr. Alexov stated in the May 13 interview that:
"the main conclusion [of those of us who participated in the May 8 webinar]
was that the autopsies that were conducted in Germany, Italy, Spain, France
and Sweden do not show that the virus is deadly.”

He added that:
"What all of the pathologists said is that there’s no one who has died from the
coronavirus. I will repeat that: no one has died from the coronavirus.”

Dr. Alexov also observed there is no proof from autopsies that anyone deemed to have been infected with the novel
coronavirus died only from an inflammatory reaction sparked by the virus (presenting as interstitial pneumonia) rather
than from other potentially fatal diseases.

Another revelation of his is that:

“We need to see exactly how the law will deal with immunization and that vaccine that
we’re all talking about, because I’m certain it’s [currently] not possible to create a vaccine
against COVID. I’m not sure what exactly Bill Gates is doing with his laboratories
–is it really a vaccine he’s producing, or something else?”

As pointed to above, the inability to identify monoclonal antibodies for the virus suggests there is no basis for the vaccines,
serological testing and immunity certificates being rolled out around the globe at unprecedented speed and cost.
In fact, there is no solid evidence the virus exists.

Dr. Alexov made still more important points. For example, he noted that, in contrast to the seasonal influenza, SARS-CoV-2
hasn’t been proven to kill youth:

"With the flu] we can find one virus which can cause a young person to die with no other
illness present […] In other words, the coronavirus infection is an infection that does not
lead to death. And the flu can lead to death.”

(There have been reports of severe maladies such as Kawasaki-like disease and stroke in young people who were deemed
to have a novel-coronavirus infection. However, the majority of published papers on these cases are very short and include
only one or only a small handful of patients.

Moreover, commenters on the papers note it’s impossible to determine the role of the virus because the papers’ authors did
not control sufficiently, if at all, for confounding factors. It’s most likely that children’s deaths attributed to COVID-19 in fact are
from multiple organ failure resulting from the combination of the drug cocktail and ventilation that these children are subjected
to.)

Dr. Alexov therefore asserted that:

"the WHO is creating worldwide chaos, with no real facts behind what they’re saying.”

Among the myriad ways the WHO is creating that chaos is by prohibiting almost all autopsies of people deemed to have died
from COVID-19. As a result, reported Dr. Alexov, by May 13 only three such autopsies had been conducted in Bulgaria.
Also, the WHO is dictating that everyone said to be infected with the novel coronavirus who subsequently dies must have their
deaths attributed to COVID-19.

“That’s quite stressful for us, and for me in particular, because we have protocols and procedures which we need to use,” he told
Dr. Katsarov. “…And another pathologist 100 years from now is going to say, ‘Hey, those pathologists didn’t know what they were
doing [when they said the cause of death was COVID-19]!’
So we need to be really strict with our diagnoses, because they could be proven [or disproven], and they could be checked again
later.”

He disclosed that pathologists in several countries in Europe, as well as in China, Australia and Canada are strongly resisting the
pressure on them to attribute deaths to COVID-19 alone:

I’m really sad that we need to follow the [WHO’s] instructions without even thinking about them.
But in Germany, France, Italy and England they’re starting to think that we shouldn’t follow the
WHO so strictly, and [instead] when we’re writing the cause of death we should have some
pathology [results to back that up] and we should follow the protocol.
[That’s because] when we say something we need to be able to prove it.”

(He added that autopsies could have helped confirm or disprove the theory that many of the people deemed to have died of
COVID-19 in Italy had previously received the H1N1 flu vaccine. Because, as he noted, the vaccine suppresses adults’ immune
systems and therefore may have been a significant contributor to their deaths by making them much more susceptible to infection.)

Drs. Alexov and Katsarov agreed that yet another aspect of the WHO-caused chaos and its fatal consequences is many people
are likely to die soon from diseases such as cancer because the lockdowns, combined with the emptying of hospitals (ostensibly
to make room for COVID-19 patients), halted all but the most pressing procedures and treatments.

They also observed these diseases are being exacerbated by the fear and chaos surrounding COVID-19.

We know that stress significantly suppresses the immune system, so I can really claim 200% that all the chronic diseases will be
more severe and more acute per se. Specifically in situ carcinoma – over 50% of these are going to become more invasive […]
So I will say that this epidemic isn’t so much an epidemic of the virus, it’s an epidemic of giving people a lot of fear and stress.”

In addition, posited Dr. Alexov, as another direct and dire result of the pandemic panic many people are losing faith in physicians.
"Because in my opinion the coronavirus isn’t that dangerous, and how are people going
to have trust in me doing cancer pathology, much of which is related to viruses as well?
But nobody is talking about that.”

We emailed Dr. Alexov several questions, including asking why he believes it’s impossible to create a vaccine against COVID-19.
He didn’t answer the questions directly. Dr. Alexov instead responded:

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We also emailed five of Dr. Alexov’s colleagues in the European Pathology Society asking them to confirm Dr. Alexov’s revelations.
We followed up by telephone with two of them. None responded.

Why didn’t Dr. Alexov or his five colleagues answer our questions? We doubt it’s due to lack of English proficiency.
It’s more likely because of the pressure on pathologists to follow the WHO’s directives and not speak out publicly.
(And, on top of that, pathology departments depend on governments for their funding.)

Nonetheless, pathologists like Drs. Alexov and Püschel appear to be willing to step out and say that no one has died from a
novel-coronavirus infection. Perhaps that’s because pathologists’ records and reputations are based on hard physical evidence
rather than on subjective interpretation of tests, signs and symptoms.
And there is no hard physical evidence that COVID-19 is deadly...'
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