Criticisms of Coronavirus narrative and policy

God has been revealing their lies bit by bit. This young lady does a great job of connecting the dots here. I recommend watching the whole video, it is not fear porn.




In short, all Chinese cities had their 5G grid turned on before the outbreak of this "virus," and the cruise ship uses 5G, the US cities where this is popping up (west coast - all left wing shitholes) use 5G. It is an entire death grid.

We all have to expel the nano particles that have been building up in our bodies, here is a guy (I know he looks like a hillbilly but his advice is great) watch the whole video before you comment on what he has to say, this whole life and death game is so convoluted because to get to the truth you have to sift through so much shit.

They will kill you from your lungs, so you must be able to keep your lungs the healthiest as possible. The 60gHz that 5G resonates at disrupts oxygen molcules, so look at why these people are dropping dead from seizures and a dry cough (real pneumonia has fluid-filled lungs).

Best solution I can think of, take cordyceps mushroom powder, use a personal nebulizer in the house with terpenes, and get some really strong Orgonite, none of that fad charm keychain bs, try to find a pure stone from Russia. On top of that, continue to spread awareness of 5G so people understand what it is that is killing them. Maybe the people will have the guts to take down these towers after all.
RE: Skeptics of Coronovirus thread

All you guys had to do was listen to the girl talk, she's more based and awake than some of you guys here. I don't know if its 100% true, but it makes sense how it would spread through nanoparticles reaching those who have not been in quarantine zones or in proximity with someone who has the alleged virus. Not to mention the physical symptoms people experience when this "virus" surfaces is similar to to how your body acts when you have no oxygen in your brain.




Say again bub? What do you think they're using to get that kind of connectivity?



https://www.gaia.com/article/5g-health-risks-the-war-between-technology-and-human-beings

https://www.gaia.com/article/dna-activation-techniques-to-positively-change-your-vibration

https://blogs.scientificamerican.com/observations/we-have-no-reason-to-believe-5g-is-safe/

No industry backed study will dare tread on the territory of these findings, because it would hurt (((muh profits))). This is all a test phase, declaring it a virus gives the dialectic more power to move forward. I'm not going to drop this, and I will gather more evidence later and post again. I suggest you guys who are doubters look at the bigger picture of the bigger picture to fully understand this angle.
RE: Skeptics of Coronovirus thread

All you guys had to do was listen to the girl talk, she's more based and awake than some of you guys here. I don't know if its 100% true, but it makes sense how it would spread through nanoparticles reaching those who have not been in quarantine zones or in proximity with someone who has the alleged virus. Not to mention the physical symptoms people experience when this "virus" surfaces is similar to to how your body acts when you have no oxygen in your brain.




Say again bub? What do you think they're using to get that kind of connectivity?



https://www.gaia.com/article/5g-health-risks-the-war-between-technology-and-human-beings

https://www.gaia.com/article/dna-activation-techniques-to-positively-change-your-vibration

https://blogs.scientificamerican.com/observations/we-have-no-reason-to-believe-5g-is-safe/

No industry backed study will dare tread on the territory of these findings, because it would hurt (((muh profits))). This is all a test phase, declaring it a virus gives the dialectic more power to move forward. I'm not going to drop this, and I will gather more evidence later and post again. I suggest you guys who are doubters look at the bigger picture of the bigger picture to fully understand this angle.
RE: Skeptics of Coronovirus thread

All you guys had to do was listen to the girl talk, she's more based and awake than some of you guys here. I don't know if its 100% true, but it makes sense how it would spread through nanoparticles reaching those who have not been in quarantine zones or in proximity with someone who has the alleged virus. Not to mention the physical symptoms people experience when this "virus" surfaces is similar to to how your body acts when you have no oxygen in your brain.




Say again bub? What do you think they're using to get that kind of connectivity?

RE: Skeptics of Coronavirus thread
I first heard about the dangers of 5G from The Fullerton Informer at this website on hand-rubber tube:

I believe there is enough evidence to support the real dangers of 5G and enough evidence to see through this phony Hoax Corona Scamdemic. I'm glad I hardly ever use a cell phone and when I do use one it is a 4G cell phone. I turn my Wi-Fi off when I sleep and do not own, nor do I plan to buy anything 5G. I want to purchase a Faraday Cage for my "smart" electric meter. Some information I have heard, whether it is true or not, is that once 5G is finished rolling out that all non-5G phones will not work. We shall see if this is just more disinformation being distributed. Of course the military fascists have the latest in killing technology to be used against the citizenry and ironically funded by our tax dollars. Is a civil war coming soon to our much divided USA?

https://www.gaia.com/article/5g-health-risks-the-war-between-technology-and-human-beings

https://www.gaia.com/article/dna-activation-techniques-to-positively-change-your-vibration

https://blogs.scientificamerican.com/observations/we-have-no-reason-to-believe-5g-is-safe/

No industry backed study will dare tread on the territory of these findings, because it would hurt (((muh profits))). This is all a test phase, declaring it a virus gives the dialectic more power to move forward. I'm not going to drop this, and I will gather more evidence later and post again. I suggest you guys who are doubters look at the bigger picture of the bigger picture to fully understand this angle.
 

Guy80

Pigeon
I work for a large hospital chain and in casual conversation a doctor was telling me he wanted tested a patient 3 times just to confirm the tests...stopping at 3 he receive 2 neg 1 pos...he told me this test is not accurate enough and was frustrated this is what they should go off. I wonder what the data would show if everyone was tested 5 times. Food for thought!
 

Enhanced Eddie

Pelican
Gold Member
If you get tested positive, don't let them do anything because of your "infection". Insist on a second test. They're completely random. Just keep testing until you get a negative result and then insist to leave.
 

bubs

Pigeon
Notice how they are now only disclosing the daily “active cases” and are no longer disclosing the daily new hospitalization and death figures? Because now that at- risk people are being much better protected (by the people not by the silly laws), greater number of people are catching it with no/mild conditions and also testing has increased. The stats coming in are are no longer supporting the narrative they want to push with us population control combined with requirement for billions of vaccines to be made by big pharma (really only need about 10-20% to protect the at-risk). Literally if we accelerate the herd immunity while very cautiously protecting the at risk, we can save trillions of dollars and get the majority of society free and back to old normal.
 

Sherman

Ostrich
I work for a large hospital chain and in casual conversation a doctor was telling me he wanted tested a patient 3 times just to confirm the tests...stopping at 3 he receive 2 neg 1 pos...he told me this test is not accurate enough and was frustrated this is what they should go off. I wonder what the data would show if everyone was tested 5 times. Food for thought!
I have decided to only go to my Mexican doctor that I have been going to for 10 years. I avoid all these problems. It just reinforces my view that American doctors are either useless or dangerous.
 

Guy80

Pigeon
I have decided to only go to my Mexican doctor that I have been going to for 10 years. I avoid all these problems. It just reinforces my view that American doctors are either useless or dangerous.
I wasn't too surprised really, since all these tests came out pretty quick.
 

Mountaineer

Kingfisher
Gold Member
Jeff is putting videos almost every day. The last one is quite positive.


He doesn't seem to be openly Christian but he does understand and admit that this war is spiritual. Again, he's on the right track. I hope he's wise enough to eventually submit to Jesus Christ.
 
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paninaro

Kingfisher
Notice how they are now only disclosing the daily “active cases” and are no longer disclosing the daily new hospitalization and death figures?
Who is "they"?

I see all the data here and you can download more detailed per-day data on theirsite:

and they tweet about it also, including mentioning the daily changes:
 

acco

Robin
Coronavirus Overkill, as Stats, New Facts Belie Panic
Thursday May 21, 2020



Stay home, stay away from strangers, shut down the schools and for God’s sake, whatever happens, do not touch plastic or stainless steel. That was COVID-19, April.

Now? A few hop, skip and jump days later? Oops. Oopsies. Oppose-daisies.

“Coronavirus ‘does not spread easily’ by touching surfaces or objects, CDC now says,” one USA Today headline read.

How embarrassing.

Or, if you’re a small business owner or one of the 33 million, err, 35 million, err 36 million put out of work by government’s forced closures due to COVID-19 — how #$(&&*%! unbelievable.

It was just April, after all, when the news headlines rang loud and panicky about a study from The Lancet Microbe that showed the virus was a pesky little thing that clung stubbornly to all kinds of stuff people touched daily, particularly plastic.

“Researchers behind the new study tested the virus’ life span in a 71-degree-Fahrenheit room at 65% relative humidity,” Business Insider wrote in April. “After three hours, the virus had disappeared from printing and tissue paper. It took two days for it to leave wood and cloth fabric. After four days, it was no longer detectable on glass or paper money. It lasted the longest, seven days, on stainless steel and plastic.”

It’s quite a different tune, circa May.

As Fox News wrote, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention now finds the coronavirus “does not spread easily” by “touching surfaces or objects.” Still, in the next breath, the CDC also says, the spread of the coronavirus by the touching of surfaces “may be possible.” Confused?

Mea culpa, CDC says.

Oh, and oh yeah, here’s another update-slash-course-correction-in-science: The coronavirus doesn’t spread from animals to people, either. Or from people to animals.

“COVOD-19 is a new disease and we are still learning about how it spreads,” the agency excused itself, in a website update.

The CDC recommends; the medical bureaucrats concur; the government clamps down; the American people panic and suffer. The damage to America’s economy goes on; the destruction to America’s Constitution continues..

“[T]wo cats in New York have tested positive for the coronavirus,” Market Watch reported May 14. “The cats are also believed to have contracted the virus from people in their households or neighborhoods, the US Department of Agriculture and the CDC told the Associated Press.

That was so May 14.

This is May 21.

Keep up, people. Keep up.

And just in case you missed it, here are some more updates: The CDC now says more than 80 percent of those dying from COVID-19 are more than 65 years old — meaning, children are largely unaffected.

Meaning: shutting schools was premature.

Meaning: keeping schools shut is stupid.

And of 1.58 million confirmed cases of the coronavirus in the United States — and that’s “confirmed” with a asterisk, given hospitals’ financial incentives to ramp up COVID-19 case counts — the death count stands at 93,806. And yes, that’s 93,806 with an asterisk, too.

As a percentage of the population, that seems high — mathematically, it’s 5.9%.

But are we to trust these numbers?

A Colorado legislator has accused public health officials in the state of purposely, wrongfully, inaccurately, inflating COVID-19 death counts; various media people in Florida have alleged their state’s bureaucrats are underreporting deaths.

“The reality is that assigning a cause of death is not always straightforward, even pre-pandemic,” Live Science wrote.

It depends on the physician. It depends on the hospital. It depends on medical policy. It depends on a range of factors — and with COVID-19, financial incentives to overreport are real. Governors have ordered hospitals and clinics to stop performing elective surgeries and procedures to make way for the COVID-19 case loads — which never came, in most instances. And Congress have bent over backwards to pass stimulus bills that give millions upon millions of dollars to hospitals that need the money to serve COVID-19 patients — who never came in the expected droves, in most instances.

So what’s a poor financially faltering hospital to do, but use every COVID-19 potential to best monetary opportunity?

The more America learns about COVID-19, the more it becomes clear: the panic was unwarranted. The government’s response was over-the-top. The death to American business was egregious.

The more Americans learn about the science and medical expertise behind the shut-down, the more it becomes evident: the scientists and medical experts hardly deserve the platform they’ve been given. They’re “experts,” with an asterisk.
 

Leonard D Neubache

Owl
Gold Member
I want to know what rock people have been living under if they think their government hasn't already been tracking them via their smartphones.

Overlord: Okay, we've embedded a cultural awareness of secret-but-not phone tracking into the subtext of society. Now we need to legitimize it by giving it a public face. Roll out the virus tracking apps.
Lackey: Sir, we're getting a lot of backlash over this. It appears most people didn't really pay attention to the last decade of surveillance state cultural programming.
Overlord: Ugh. Are you serious!? These f***ing normies are killing me here. You're telling me they didn't watch Eagle Eye? Enemy of the State? The Net? Not even any of the fricking Bourne movies? We made, like, ten of them!
Lackey: No, they watched all those movies, sir, but it seems most of them figured that because it was in a movie then by definition it wasn't actually happening in real life. The rest seem to have memory holed it by the time they left the cinema.

 

kel

Kingfisher
They hate the family and want to destroy it. Alienation in general seems to be the goal, but there is particular disdain for family among the chattering class lately.
 

Sisyphus

Robin

According to the CDC's "best estimate," the overall symptomatic case fatality rate is 0.05% for people under 50 and .2% for people aged 50-64. The 1.3% fatality rate for 65+ brings the overall rate to .4%. Accounting for asymptomatic cases drives the number down even further. The CDC numbers do not estimate how the numbers would change when co-morbidities are taken into account (i.e. how far below 0.05% it would be for healthy individuals in each age class).

This link https://reason.com/2020/05/24/the-c...a-covid-19-infection-fatality-rate-below-0-3/
contains quotes from Stanford epidemiologist John Ioannadis such as "Locations with high burdens of nursing home deaths may have high IFR estimates, but the IFR would still be very low among non-elderly, non-debilitated people.

and

"Massive deaths of elderly individuals in nursing homes, nosocomial infections [contracted in hospitals], and overwhelmed hospitals may…explain the very high fatality seen in specific locations in Northern Italy and in New York and New Jersey... A very unfortunate decision of the governors in New York and New Jersey was to have COVID-19 patients sent to nursing homes. Moreover, some hospitals in New York City hotspots reached maximum capacity and perhaps could not offer optimal care. With large proportions of medical and paramedical personnel infected, it is possible that nosocomial infections increased the death toll."

In a reasonable world this would be the final nail in the coffin of the tired killer virus narrative, but the sensationalist media will not allow this to occur without a fight.

In contrast with the above, CNN's coverage (link not provided) contains numerous quotes from Carl Bergstrom of the University of Washington (also briefly quoted in the reason.com article), a "biologist" who is "an expert in modeling and computer simulations" and says "While most of these numbers are reasonable, the mortality rates shade far too low," etc.

So who are the deluded paranoid masses to believe? Their beloved "experts" from the friendly CDC or "the most trusted name in news?" It will be interesting to see how this latest report by the CDC will be ignored, spun, and shouted down. I would consider this a valuable talking point - "hey did you hear that the CDC said you have a 0.05% chance of dying of the virus if you're below the age of 50 whether or not you have any health conditions?" One can only imagine the confused responses you'll receive as cognitive dissonance approaches overload.

It's clearly time to put this embarrassing nonsense behind us and carry on with our lives. People say we will never return to normal, but I say it's all in the mind and we can return to normal by simply doing it. Walking around my neighborhood I'm noticing that people are simply disregarding the restrictions, having large gatherings and socializing without masks as they normally would on a holiday weekend. I think more people than we've been led to believe are fed up with the nonsense, can see that the emperor is wearing no clothes, and are ready to live their lives free of baseless fear. I know the manipulators won't give up without a fight, but I'm optimistic that enough people will come to their senses and force them to stand down. For now.
 
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