Coronavirus Economic, Cultural, Political Ramifications

estraudi

Pelican
Gold Member
Won't the women just be replaced by more immigrants? Also, couples will put off having children.
Technically, No. An executive order was signed to prioritize hiring US workers.

I also think people will still be having kids as they are now learning how to budget better, forget mass consumerism spending and start putting the breadwinner money into the only thing that matters to most, family.
 

LeoniusD

Kingfisher

Singapore shows the way. You need your surveillance app scanned at the door of the mall, then get scanned by shops repeatedly.

And obviously the virus-free area is the food court, where it's the only public place where the people don't have to put a mask on since they seem to have mask requirement everywhere on the prison-island of Singapore.

And in the future that same app will require you to have your frequent vaccination ID, or there is no entry for you in a mall/supermarket/cinema/government building/corporate building of any sort. Good luck surviving without getting jabbed constantly.

Oh - and it shoul be clear that thought criminals will be put on a covid eternal red list, so you will require help from others just to survive. Or maybe they will just supply you with the suicide pill.
 

acco

Kingfisher
https://prepareforchange.net/2018/02/27/who-are-the-black-nobility/

Im guessing Gates would be on the bottom end of the crown council of 13 since he is related to the rockefeller/rothschilds 3 generations up. maybe at the top of the committee of 300. He has a lot of power but still a expendable public face that can be discarded if the plan fails so it can be repeated by the next in line. All these power structures and the plans themselves are many many generational. back in the 1800s these guys were writing about their plans for world domination and 3 world wars. what is happening now has been written about for decades. Their highest purpose seems to be transhumanism.


 
As Europe goes back into lockdown, I think its clear now that we are staring down the barrel of a worldwide depression.



Do the math. The whole world is going to remain in the hysteria for what would be thirteen months in April, and probably not letting up even then.

Remember, this isn't some organic boom and bust cycle that we go through every decade or so. We just went through a top-down, monkey wrench, panic measure that stopped the economic gears of the whole planet almost simultaneously.

I predict it will flip like a lightswitch in the very near future. Once the normies get the ok from the authorities that The Germ has left us, they're going to shriek in unison; "HEY.... WE DON'T HAVE ANY MONEY".

In the near future worldometers might as well give a daily update on new homeless cases like they did with The Germ. It will be active, thats for sure.
 

Lazuli Waves

Woodpecker
Covid-19 is being used as an excuse by hospitals to force you to see transgender doctors. I wouldn't want to be treated by a doctor who takes estrogen and turns his penis inside out.



Madison hospitals are adopting policies against discriminatory behavior by patients and visitors toward providers and staff after what some say has been an increase in such incidents in recent years.

The problem predates COVID-19 but has continued through the pandemic, when health care workers have been putting their lives at risk to care for others, Boatwright said.

“We want to step up to our health care workers and say we want to remove, minimize ... these barriers that may be adding extra stress to an already stressful situation,” he said.

At UW Health, incidents range from people asking providers or front-line staff where they are from and saying they don’t understand their accents to requests for different doctors, said Shiva Bidar-Sielaff, UW Health’s chief diversity officer. Many of the comments are related to race, ethnicity or country of origin, but also involve homophobia and transphobia, she said.

The UW Health policy calls for reminding patients that the organization values diversity, telling patients their bigotry-related requests for other providers won’t be accommodated and bringing in security in cases of disruptive behavior.

General requests for male or female doctors, especially in outpatient clinics and not based on discrimination, will continue to be honored when possible, Boatwright and Bidar-Sielaff said.
 

Syberpunk

Pelican
Gold Member
lots of good data showing how lockdowns kills more people than it saves. Some countries already at herd immunity. taking vit D cuts mortality in half

FUCK Peak Prosperity and John Campbell to the moon, two of the biggest water carrying shills since Feb 2020 on this.

Only changing their tune when it suits, look at the comments and weep for the fear porn of "sensible measures"
 

budoslavic

Peacock
Gold Member
Dr. Fauci’s restaurant-owning cousin wishes he would ease up on lockdowns
While Dr. Anthony Fauci continues to urge caution in opening up bars and restaurants in his role as national coronavirus czar, another Anthony Fauci — his Staten Island cousin — slings sauce in his popular Italian restaurant and laments what his relative has done to the dining industry.

“They shouldn’t do the lockdowns. Especially now. If you don’t abide by the rules … shut that area down, but don’t shut down the whole industry,” said the 84-year-old founder of La Fontana, Anthony Fauci.

His son, Joe Fauci, 57, who runs the now-iconic eatery in Oakwood, echoed his dad’s concerns, while still expressing admiration for his famous relative.

“In the beginning, I thought he was fabulous, but then a few times he flip-flopped on different things. He had us all locked down at a tremendous rate,” Joe told The Post. “They should have loosened things up when it was slowing down in the summer. Everything else was loosening up except the restaurant business.”

Dr. Fauci, 79, has in the past said he was open to a nationwide lockdown to halt the spread the deadly virus. In recent months he has said that probably won’t be necessary, but still resisted moves to get things back to normal. In September he called Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis’ decision to fully reopen bars and restaurants “very concerning.”

Anthony Fauci and his doctor cousin both hail from Brooklyn. The Faucis trace their roots to Naples and Sicily. Curiously the Staten Island part of the clan pronounces their last name as “Faw-See,” while the famous doctor uses “Fow-Chee.”

“My father and his father were first cousins. His grandfather and my grandfather were brothers,” the Staten Island Anthony told The Post, recalling how his younger brother would bring mail to Dr. Fauci’s family drug store in Bensonhurst.

While geographically near, the two Fauci branches were not close. Joe and Anthony Fauci have never met their famous relative.

But they had their own success. Since its opening in 1983, La Fontana became a neighborhood staple and GOP gathering place. Former Staten Island Congressman and GOP kingmaker Guy Molinari was a regular before his death in 2018. His daughter, former Rep. Susan Molinari, and Assemblywoman Nicole Malliatakis also come by frequently.

“La Fontana and the Fauci family have become part of many peoples’ lives,” wrote Vito Fossella, yet another former Staten Island congressman, in a glowing tribute.

Joe Fauci said despite their differing philosophies, he was still “very proud” of Dr. Fauci and that overall he was doing a “spectacular job” leading the White House coronavirus task force.

Before the pandemic, business had been booming. In 2017 La Fontana opened a second location in Annadale, La Fontana Sorellena. The business has been forced to operate at 25 percent capacity like all restaurants, but has a fiercely loyal customer base. Joe Fauci warns the worst for restaurants is yet to come.

“Nobody is paying any expenses. But in a couple of months from now, you will see how bad it will be,” he warned. “When the smoke clears, a lot of these guys are going to be in a lot worse shape.”

In June, Joe Fauci and La Fontana played host to a summit of 40 restaurant owners and elected officials to discuss plans to speed up reopening.

Joe Fauci — who voted early for Trump — said he has been unhappy with the leadership of Gov. Cuomo and Mayor de Blasio during the pandemic.

“The nursing home debacle destroyed us. I can’t understand why they can’t admit when they were wrong,” he said of Cuomo’s executive order forcing nursing homes to take in patients with COVID-19.

He pointed to the handling of BLM protests as an example of a double COVID standard.

“I don’t understand how De Blasio can let them riot and protest, 5,000 people with no masks on, but we can’t go to church with 10 people,” he said.

Anthony Fauci agreed. “I don’t want to tell you what I think about [de Blasio]. You won’t be able to print it. Him and that other jabroni, Cuomo.”
 
I assume there's hardly any users here that care one iota about another stimulus check. I know I don't. If you own a business in an area run by the cabal though, its crucial. Expected almost.

Right now I think the Democrats in congress are planning to pretend to make a big stink about the second stimulus before the end of the year, fail to pass one, and then blame the republican senate. Its look like the longer term plan will be to see if the runoff election in Georgia shake out as a republican victory, meaning the republicans hold the senate. If they don't and Trump is indeed out of the picture come 2021, they'll essentially pass a a monumental trillion dollar stimulus bailout that includes underwater pension systems and city services along with actual GermAid.

The problem with this is that its not guaranteed at all for democratic victory in Georgia, and these next two months will shudder many more businesses in the meantime.

My take is that I personally want to see all stimulus plans fall through one way or another. Its time to get the collapse over with now, not in three years. Now.

I understand there's a plethora of businesses and pensioners who put a lot of blood, sweat, and tears into what they have. But if you set up shop in what are essentially commie enclaves throughout the U.S, there were many years of warning about the what kind of system they've been giving property, real estate, and sales taxes to.

Business owners by nature have to be more aware of whats going on around them than the average person. Otherwise you won't be a business owner for very long. Maybe a decade or so ago, it seemed harmless that the city council used your tax money to host a faggot pride parade down the street of the main drag where your shop was on one weekend of the year; you could shrug it off if you didn't really agree, or applaud it as any good urbanite would. Maybe five years ago, your locale declared that criminal justice was outdated, and that there's going to be more cash bail or discriminatory policing. You might notice a little more riffraff around your business after that- nothing major. Most business owners might voice a lukewarm concern to the local news while applauding the city by the end of the interview. Now this year some bizarre germscare happens, and the same 'officials' now same close down/scale down or else, while promising it'll be drinks all around when its over.

The point is the people who will most reliant on more aid have known for many years that they were enterprising under the auspices of truly evil people. And evil only gets more evil in a crisis situation.
 

godfather dust

Ostrich
Gold Member
DenizenJane I actually care a lot a stimulus check. If the bankers are going to print $6 trillion for themselves, devalue the currency, and enact martial law at least pay the people SOMETHING.

That said, I'm not expecting anything, especially after the election (when there is no longer any political incentive to give people checks.)
 
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