Criticisms of Coronavirus narrative and policy

budoslavic

Peacock
Gold Member
‘How Could the CDC Make That Mistake?’
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is conflating the results of two different types of coronavirus tests, distorting several important metrics and providing the country with an inaccurate picture of the state of the pandemic. We’ve learned that the CDC is making, at best, a debilitating mistake: combining test results that diagnose current coronavirus infections with test results that measure whether someone has ever had the virus. The upshot is that the government’s disease-fighting agency is overstating the country’s ability to test people who are sick with COVID-19. The agency confirmed to The Atlantic on Wednesday that it is mixing the results of viral and antibody tests, even though the two tests reveal different information and are used for different reasons.

This is not merely a technical error. States have set quantitative guidelines for reopening their economies based on these flawed data points.

Several states—including Pennsylvania, the site of one of the country’s largest outbreaks, as well as Texas, Georgia, and Vermont—are blending the data in the same way. Virginia likewise mixed viral and antibody test results until last week, but it reversed course and the governor apologized for the practice after it was covered by the Richmond Times-Dispatch and The Atlantic. Maine similarly separated its data on Wednesday; Vermont authorities claimed they didn’t even know they were doing this.
 

LeoniusD

Woodpecker
Is Russia still threatening people with 5 years in prison for violating a quarantine? I had admired Russia until I heard that.
That ship sailed once Putin put on a Hazmat suit:



It was clear that he was fully on board with the global agenda. Trump shows more individual resistance to this, but he goes along as ordered or coaxed to do. At least he isn't cucking personally while knowing that it's all bullshit anyway.

I am still amazed that people don't remember the initial statements of having to wear masks and go into quarantine for 2-4 weeks. Now it's forever until the vaccines come. So you better realize that it will never go away unless everyone in the world is vaccinated. Nevermind that vaccinating for flu or the sniffles never eliminated those diseases - the same will be happening with this crap. They will just tell you that they are effective, because they stop counting. Even if record number of people will die of flu-like vaccine complications, then they will just say that it cannot be covid since the person got vaccinated, thus something else had killed grandpa despite a positive covid test. The magic of vaccination will thus work.
 
This is why I vote to move to the next step while continuing to battle this hoax: find an antidote for the vaccine and a way to remove any kind of microchip or subdermal skin tattoo that may come with it. The best way to prepare their next maneuver it to think ahead and render it ineffective. The whole point of this is to get everyone tracked for the technocracy, whether it be by a microchip or a scanning tattoo. So the real battle is with dismantling that, and not their medical stoogie proxies. The war is against technocracy, the (((octopus))) with all its tentacles of medicine, banking, academia, finance, fraternal organizations, industry, military, and agriculture. Government anywhere is simply a combination of said aspects.
 

Captainstabbin

Hummingbird
“I had myriad COVID symptoms, was hospitalized in a COVID ward & treated for COVID-related co-morbidities, despite testing negative by nasal swab.”
A. Even in the Covid ward he never actually got the disease. The one that's supposed to be crazy contagious.

B. Why would they put him in that ward if he tested negative "at least 5 times"?

C. When are we going to learn that this part is a lie too?

I was severely ill for 2 weeks, 4 days of it in critical condition, resulting in pneumonia, diffuse lung injury
In the end, he got a summer cold or maybe the flu - possibly slight pneumonia. He wasn't "critical" in any medical sense and there was no lung injury. I doubt he was even in the COVID ward.
 

LeoniusD

Woodpecker


Who knows - that guy may be right:




He mentions that most of the current elite are open occultists:

So, let’s start by examining the four distinct, but interrelated, occult rituals that make up this massive global occult ritual initiation ceremony:
  1. Ritual Mask-Wearing
  2. Ritual Hand-Washing
  3. Ritual “Social Distancing”
  4. Ritual Lockdowns
It's a long article with lots of links, but worth a read.







 

Captainstabbin

Hummingbird
During one of his daily hour long ego speeches, our esteemed governor claimed KY had "our first infant death from COVID". Then he followed up and said, "The death certificate won't say COVID, but that's what we're calling it."

What did the death cert say? Pneumonia? Heart or lung defect? Abortion? COVID is anything you want it to be.
 

Troller

Woodpecker

budoslavic

Peacock
Gold Member

^ John Hayward's Thread:

John Hayward @Doc_0
Jul 13
The debate over coronavirus policy has drifted very far from the original understanding that we needed extreme measures to prevent hospitals from being overloaded, causing patients to die from a lack of urgently needed medical care.
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The coronavirus debate offers one of the fastest examples of an Overton window moving that we've ever seen. If you say today what everyone in authority said about the virus and lockdowns in March, you're now a witless anti-lockdown extremist who wants people to die.
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The crucial data points about hospitalizations and deaths have been lost in a surging ocean of static about positive test rates. Absolutely no one would ever have agreed to the lockdowns if told they couldn't be lifted until no one was testing positive any more.
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Likewise, no one would have agreed if told this miserable lockdown or semi-lockdown culture would last until a vaccine was discovered - something that might not ever actually happen. People would have considered that argument irrational and unworkable in March or April.
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But as the old, biologically dubious but metaphorically perfect adage has it, you can boil a frog by turning up the heat a few degrees at a time. You move that Overton window by changing facts on the ground quickly and then dragging public perception along in their wake.
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Opinion tends to swirl around enforced reality, like iron shavings dancing around strong magnets. Ironically, the movement leftward exploits the fundamentally conservative nature of the populace: they grow accustomed to the New Normal very quickly.
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The speed at which the New Normal can be accepted, and the window of possibility shifted accordingly, has never been demonstrated as profoundly as with the coronavirus. The atmosphere of panic and the underlying fault lines of unrest in our society threw it into fast forward.
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Imagine telling parents in March that their children might not be allowed to go back to school in September. They would have rebelled from coast to coast. But now that's a "mainstream" position that is under serious debate.
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Of course everything is hyper-politicized, which adds to the sense of confusion and weary resignation, the feeling that our fate is out of our hands. The enforced cognitive dissonance of "BLM protests don't spread the Rona but going to work does" is maddening and demoralizing.
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There are already clusters of opinion forming to protect the New Normal of lockdowns, including people who really LIKE the lockdown lifestyle but don't want to admit it, so they mask their true opinion with a form of political-religious fanaticism. Guilt juices their fervor.
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That same sense of inherent conservatism, that feeling of an opinion window shifting permanently, causes the arguments of yesterday to be forgotten with remarkable speed and thoroughness despite our Information Age resources.
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It's hard for anyone to remember clearly what was being said only a few months ago - the doomsday projections, the promises about "15 days to flatten the curve," what various parties were saying about masks, etc. The past is forgotten even though it's not even half a year old.
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One of the big differences between Left and Right is that the Left knows the window of opinion can be shifted by force. Impose the program, pass the law, trust media to hold the line for a few months, and the public will submit to the new reality that has been created by fiat.
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The Right sees itself fighting constant, endless battles to preserve everything it does, as if every law could be instantly repealed in a referendum at any moment, so it doesn't do things it can't imagine itself successfully defending every day for years to come.
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Consider the hyper-speed example of the coronavirus, and how quickly the mixture of panic and power changed everything in a matter of weeks, creating a new America so distant from the old that remembering last year has become incredibly difficult for most of the public. /end
 

LeoniusD

Woodpecker
I don't believe it - sounds like one of those bullshit headlines designed to elicit fear. How about explaining to us why the hospitals are empty and were empty, how about explaining the tens of millions of healthy supermarket employees? Those workers have covid parties every day on their turf. So much utter and complete bullshit - they stopped pushing the children dying, then they shifted into other crap - boy - this 30yo covid denier that we will not name has honestly told us before his death that he regrets doubting this real and very severe super-virus that strangely leaves 98% asymptomatic in the summer. They can go and shove their idiotic propaganda where the sun don't shine. 30 year olds die too if he died at all - from overdose, alcohol poisoning or other ailments - and they will keep on dying - just relatively less frequent exactly as the normal mortality distribution predicts. It has nothing and nothing at all to do with covid since all the stats we have show that covid supposedly kills exactly along the normal mortality age distribution. It would in reality be very different - health workers, supermarket employees would be dying like flies and not be super-healthy doing tiktok videos or going to work without missing a day.
 
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