How very convenient that it's impossible for anyone to verify this story. I guess we'll just have to take their word for it. While I don't have any proof that it didn't happen, I sure don't have any proof that it did. It seems a little bit too perfect - it's as though the death of this unnamed person was some sort of divine retribution for daring to question the narrative. The implication is clear - if you doubt the narrative then the same will happen to you. That bit about his last words is just too much and I find it insulting. "Zoinks if only I had believed what the media had told me then I wouldn't die such a miserable meaningless death! Alas!" The lazy wording is reminiscent of a poorly written after school special, but of course people are lapping it up without thinking about it critically. "Ermagerd so stooopid! Was he under a rock for the past 6 months!!" and every variation thereof.I don't believe it - sounds like one of those bullshit headlines designed to elicit fear... 30yo covid denier that we will not name
Until now they've mostly been selectively reporting facts and reporting figures without context (the typical dishonest practices of corporate media), but this extreme tactic of resorting to pure (unverifiable) fabrication signals the beginning of an escalation of the coordinated media onslaught. A "surge" if you will. We should expect to see more stories of this nature and there will be no relenting until whatever desired agenda (mandatory vaccinations, mandatory contact tracing, Patriot Act Mega Steroid Version) is put into place.
It seems likely that the totally organic timing of the race hysteria was designed to counter the disintegration of the killer virus narrative that was well underway. I walked through the CBD of my city the night before the riots started and saw many people out socializing, both indoors and out. We had very nearly put this all behind us and were emerging from the collective haze caused by large-scale psychological manipulation. All it took was a couple weeks of distraction, and while our backs were turned, the fizzling out virus narrative was replaced with the escalated super nuclear virus narrative. No logical transition necessary - now the official line is that it had been that way all along.
It should be clear to us now if it wasn't before: this will not be allowed to go the way of Zika, Swine Flu, Bird Flu, West Nile, SARS, MERS, and all the other media-manufactured disease scares of the past 20 years. They've gone all in and whatever the purpose of all of this is will be achieved by any means necessary.
Speaking of Swine Flu, here's a fun quote from the NIH regarding the interpretation of infected fatality rates that we should think long and hard about:
Too bad we didn't follow the recommendation described in the last sentenceNIH said:Our review highlights the difficulty in estimating the seriousness of infection with a novel influenza virus using the case fatality risk. In addition, substantial variability in age-specific estimates complicates the interpretation of the overall case fatality risk and comparisons among populations. A consensus is needed on how to define and measure the seriousness of infection before the next pandemic.