Now that the vaccine-promoting PR agency called the World Health Organization has declared a coronavirus global emergency, we move into a serious phase of the “case numbers” game.
Hold your hats. There are all sorts of categories and terms that pop up. You’re not supposed to understand them. You’re supposed to let them wash over you and submit to the idea that we’re all potential victims being sucked into a giant vortex—and the only hope of escape depends on the rush-rush-rush deployment of an experimental vaccine.
What are these terms and categories? There are “confirmed cases.” There are “infected people.” There are “carriers of the virus.” There are “mild cases.” “Asymptomatic cases.” “Projected cases.” There is “the probability that many cases have avoided detection.” There is “tested positive for the virus.” There is “computer modeling of case estimates.” “Virus spreaders.” “Exploding too quickly to track accurately.” “Ate an infected bat.” “Ate a snake.” “Extra-terrestrial alien cases”—oops, wrong article.
Interesting factoid. In 2003, there was another coronavirus pandemic called SARS. Then, as now, experts at the World Health Organization (WHO) predicted a dire wildfire of global cases. Then, as now, a state of emergency was declared. WHO issued an advisory, telling people not to fly into Toronto, because that city was “infected.” When all was said and done, the official number of deaths from SARS?
Out of 7 billion people.
But no matter. The pros are still calling SARS, in retrospect, a serious epidemic. A more proper technical term would be: dud.
In prior articles in this series, I’ve detailed how the US Centers for Disease Control lied at an astounding level, about case numbers, in the so-called Swine Flu epidemic (2009). The overwhelming percentage of US blood samples sent to labs, from Swine Flu patients, were coming back with no sign of Swine Flu or any other kind of flu. Sharyl Attkisson, a star investigative reporter working for CBS News at the time, exposed this fraud. Yet, the CDC eventually went on to claim that, at the “height of the Swine Flu epidemic,” there were 22 MILLION cases in the US. I kid you not. These experts are big-league liars. They’re champions. They’re in the Hall of Fame.
If you’re working for a major public health agency, cooking up case numbers and exploiting fear are part of your every-day arsenal. They have to be. Otherwise, you could be caught with your pants down. “Sorry, folks, that world-ending global pandemic we were telling you about last week? It didn’t pan out. Most of the case are mild, on the order of a bad cold, and a lot of cases we pretty much made up. We got carried away. After all, we’re basic salespeople for the vaccine industry…”
Remember West Nile, bird flu, Zika, and way back, the Swine Flu scare of 1976? They were all hyped to the sky. They were all predicted to sweep across the world. They were all connected, by some people, to “engineered viruses in biowar labs, against which we don’t stand a chance.” And they were all duds. The case numbers—when the smoke cleared—were miniscule. That’s called a CLUE.
But you see, there is a thing called The Church of the Virus. It’s quite amazing. People simply hear the word VIRUS and they fall down on their knees. Some of these people were, up to the moment when an epidemic was declared, saying that building up the immune system through basic natural means was a fine defense against germs, BUT—all of a sudden, they’re paralyzed and hypnotized by The Word. VIRUS. Now they’ll go the World Health Organization one better. That Agency is saying there may be 10,000 cases? The paralyzed members of the Church will say, “No, there are a hundred thousand cases. Probably a million by nightfall.”
So my strategy is to get out ahead of the Church. I’m saying: there are 30 trillion cases of the Chinese epidemic, we’re all locked down, we’re all dead already. Okay? End of story. It’s been told. NOW, let’s look around. Are there still people? Are we still here? Are there trees and animals and clouds and sky?
I work from clues and history and pieces of evidence. In prior articles in this epidemic series (archive here), I’ve laid out the best evidence I can find. I’ve raised uncomfortable and unpleasant questions and answered them. I’ve explained likely motives for all the lying and fabricating. I’ve detailed cover-ups. I’ve described who benefits from so-called epidemics.
At a high level, the macro-level, this Chinese “epidemic” is supposed to connect all the people of Earth, and not in a good way. It’s yet one more strategy to execute a stage-magic Collectivist trick. To make us think there are no nations, no sovereign entities of any kind on the planet. No individuals with a right to choose. We’re all the huddled masses, yearning to be vaccinated. We’re marching, when told, according to orders from above. We’re all victims. We all depend on a congealing global super-state. We should all thank God for China. It’s shown us the way. The locking down and quarantining of millions of people is a fine and just and proper thing. It sets an example we may soon have to follow, with good cheer and faith.