December 30, 2019. Li Wenliang, a doctor at the Wuhan Central Hospital, told his colleagues that 7 people were diagnosed with SARS infections that were traced back to the Huanan Seafood Wholesale Market, and that precautions should be taken. A few days later, Li was "educated" by the police to "not spread rumors". In the end, he was proven right - patients were coming in with a "new type of coronary pneumonia" and one of them even infected him on January 12 (translation graciously provided by the Big G botnet):
I was very worried at first, but the doctor would comfort me every day when I went to the ward. I am no longer feverish, and my mental state is better than a few days ago. I believe the hospital and the doctor, I will definitely be cured.
After recovering, I want to quickly return to the front line and continue to see the patient.
So he was on his way to health. His parents also got infected and fully recovered:
My parents also had fever and other symptoms after me. The lung CT showed ground-glass lesions. They are being treated in other hospitals in Wuhan, but they are all fine now, without any problems
However, he ended up dying (archive), even though he wasn't in the age group (34) that dies from corona:
And yet, his parents - aged over 60 - have been able to recover
without any problems. There's more suspicious things about this story. Take a look at Li's photo from Wikipedia:
Now the photo of the allegedly sick Li:
Looks like a completely different guy. Face shape, hair and eyes seem to differ, but the biggest clue is the lack of moles on the first photo, which happen to exist in the second. This would not have been the first time the elites replaced someone - there's extremely strong evidence that they've done just that with Stephen Hawking. Also, why was Li reported as dead, and later revived (archive)? Clearly, the official story already stinks with fakery from a thousand miles - so let's dig deeper into this case:
October 18, 2019. A New York City hotel is holding a pandemic drill (archive) which is supposed to educate the world leaders on what to do if such a situation arised in real life. You can check out the full list of participants here (archive) - for now, just note that it contained people both from the USA and China. The highlight video of the event mentions stuff such as:
Literally everything stated in the video has later happened in the real world. But the single piece of evidence that seals the deal is the fact that they mentioned a novel coronavirus right at the start - instead of any one of the hundreds other possible infections. How could they have known, if this wasn't planned in advance? They said that this wasn't a prediction and that the simulation was based on SARS (also a coronavirus) - but again, why not any of the other possible infections? And why did they get everything else right? These vermin have engineered this so-called pandemic and now - by saying
it's a coincidence, lol - are mocking us right into our faces.
On February 11, the amount of worldwide cases was 45134. Of course, that wasn't enough for the scaremongers so they started including clinically diagnosed cases, which means they used symptoms, instead of actual testing - adding 15152 cases in one day. That's much better for our super serious pandemic. However, even the stats from testing are fake since the tests are only 20% accurate:
When the infection rate of the close contacts and the sensitivity and specificity of reported results were taken as the point estimates, the positive predictive value of the active screening was only 19.67%
This means that - out of five people tested positive for the novel coronavirus - only one of them actually has it. There will also be people who are tested negative, yet do actually have the virus (from here):
One problem is the test can have minor errors. Primers can grab onto a piece of DNA in the wrong way or be led astray by contamination from a previous sample or the throat swab may not contain enough virus. All these could lead to a wrong result. Chinese scientists say in practice, just 30-50 percent of infected patients test positive.
Some people are even tested positive days after already recovering and being released from the hospital after two negative tests:
Four medical professionals with COVID-19 who met the criteria for hospital release or lifting of quarantine in China had positive real-time reverse transcriptase-polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR) results 5 to 13 days later, according to a research letter published yesterday in JAMA.
The mainstream interpretation, of course, was that they haven't actually recovered and still had the virus. If so, why did two tests come out negative? The saner interpretation is that the test is a total joke. And yet, everyone takes the statistics based on this crap as gospel. Of course, you could say it's just China, but since that's the place with the highest amount of cases, it still invalidates a significant percentage of the stats. Even then, most countries seem to be using either the Chinese test or the WHO test from Germany. USA has famously developed their own test instead, which was terrible.
Even if we assumed the tests were perfect (which is impossible and already proven wrong in many ways), the people going to be tested are the ones who already have symptoms. See the testing policy for one of the US hospitals:
He explained that the most eligible to receive testing for coronavirus are those who are already very sick with something such as pneumonia, or an individual who already requires use of a respirator.
Or the Indian policy:
India has only been testing those who have travelled from affected countries or come in contact with a confirmed case and shown symptoms after two weeks of quarantine. On Tuesday it added health care workers with symptoms who are treating patients with severe respiratory illnesses.
This heavy selection bias will further increase the reported rate of infection (since the people without symptoms - that would be tested negative - will just sit at home). Okay, so maybe the infection stats are unreliable. But still, lots of people are dying, aren't they?
The people who are actually dying are either old or suffer from other diseases. Check this out:
On Tuesday, the number of fatalities in England increased by 14. NHS England said those who died were aged between 45 and 93 and all had underlying health conditions.
So, 14 new cases, and not a single one can be confirmed to actually have died from corona. Yet, in the statistics, all the deaths will of course be attributed to the virus - despite the fact that heart disease or diabetes have no problem killing on their own, both being in the top 10 causes of death. For more confirmation, go through this site, and you'll see the vast majority of reported deaths are either old people or ones with underlying conditions. In fact, it seems that it's almost impossible to die without those pre-existing diseases:
What about Italy, which has the highest death rate out of all the countries? Funnily enough, this is the strongest example for proving my thesis. According to Silvio Brusaferro - head of Italy's health institute - not one of the over 4000 deaths has been confirmed to be from corona:
Rome, 13 mar 19: 12- (Agenzia Nova) - people who died from coronavirus in Italy, who had no other pathologies, could be only two. This is what appears from the medical records examined so far by the Istituto superiore di sanità, according to the president of the Institute, Silvio Brusaferro, during the press conference held today at the Civil Protection in Rome. "Positive deceased patients have an average of over 80 years - 80.3 to be exact - and are basically predominantly male"
Only two people were not at the moment carriers of pathologies, but even in these two cases, the examination of the records is not concluded and could, therefore, emerge causes of death other than Covid-19.
Translation graciously provided by the Yandex botnet. So, not only were the people who died old (look at the chart at the top of this report to realize anyone under age 60 is pretty much immune), but they've also all had chronic diseases - both massive causes of death that certainly don't need help from some puny virus. The deaths are also almost all from heavily polluted areas - yet another contributing factor independent from corona. Despite that, they will be all attributed to COVID-19 in the stats. So, the virus doesn't appear too harmful - but I've heard it's extremely contagious. What about that?
What would you guess is the probability of catching the virus if you live with someone who already has it? According to the media hype, you'd think it's pretty much a certainty. And yet the WHO's report tells a different story:
preliminary studies ongoing in Guangdong estimate the secondary attack rate in households ranges from 3-10%
What about non-family specific close contacts?
As of 17 February, in Shenzhen City, among 2842 identified close contacts, 2842 (100%) were traced and 2240 (72%) have completed medical observation. Among the close contacts, 88 (2.8%) were found to be infected with COVID-19.
As of 17 February, in Sichuan Province, among 25493 identified close contacts, 25347 (99%) were traced and 23178 (91%) have completed medical observation. Among the close contacts, 0.9% were found to be infected with COVID-19.
As of 20 February, in Guangdong Province, among 9939 identified close contacts, 9939 (100%) were traced and 7765 (78%) have completed medical observation. Among the close contacts, 479 (4.8%) were found to be infected with COVID-19.
So, 38274 people - who were all in close contact with someone infected - were tested in three different locations, and the overall rate of contagion was a puny 3.1%. To better visualise this: imagine a corona-infected person shaking hands with 100 different people - only 3 of them will catch the virus. Of course, the types and durations of "close contacts" will be different, but you can expect the average contagion rate to be about 3%. For a practical example, check this.
Summarizing: 350 people were traveling from Wuhan to Toronto; one of them was positive for corona (confirmed through 2 different tests, each repeated twice). The flight lasted 15 hours, and despite there being 25 close contacts with the infected person, not one of them caught the virus. As we can see, both the statistics and real life seem to show that nCov is not very contagious. So - if all of infection rates, death rates, and contagion rates have been way overstated - what the fuck is this pandemic all about?
Let's look at what kinds of changes have happened in the world as a result of this fraudulent pandemic:
Now, let's do a thought experiment. Imagine there's no coronavirus - what would you call all of the above, then? For me, the most fitting term is slavery. After all, what is there to do? You can't leave the country, town or for many people - even the house; can't go to a sports event, can't talk to or even be near people, can't cut your hair or blow your money in a casino since all that stuff is closed. Independent info is gone (at least from the biggest platforms) and we're bombarded with propaganda every waking second. People are being prevented from touching their faces, or using cash. Denmark is even implementing a forced vaccine law:
Denmark’s parliament on Thursday night unanimously passed an emergency coronavirus law which gives health authorities powers to force testing, treatment and quarantine with the backing of the police.
“It is time to put aside party politics and be together to do what it takes to bring Denmark safely through this situation.”
China's surveillance state might also stick around after the end of the "epidemic":
However, experts fear that this mass data collection could continue after the coronavirus is less of a public-health threat, and becomes a permanent addition to the Communist Party surveillance's state.
A nanon explains the privacy and freedom violations in Italy:
- They keep changing the fucking rules all the fucking times, they say they want to change them again now, every time they do it is worst.
- You can never be sure about what happens when police stops you cause a lot of times it completely depends on their interpretation if your reason to be out is valid or not.
- Now going back to your own home is not a valid reason to be out anymore so there is lot of people stuck in other parts of the country and unable to go home.
- You cannot do any physical activity anymore, not even alone which is completely retarded.
- These rules also apply to parts of Italy that have very few cases which is also retarded.
Quoting an article from the biggest Italian newspaper (translation graciously provided by the
Google botnet nanon in question):
We need to suspend the privacy regulations in order to track people movements like it was done in South Korea so that we can contain the coronavirus spread. It is Luca Zaia governor of the Veneto region which is one of the regions that were hit harder together with Lombardia and Emilia Romagna that is launching this proposal again. "In this nation I am convinced that we need to suspend the current privacy regulations and give more freedom to the medical system", this is what he said to journalists. He continued "About the tracking Israel offered to help us with the movement tracking using intelligent systems. The best way is to focus on civic sense".
The tech giants are also increasing the censorship on their platforms, which very likely won't ever be rolled back.
UPDATE March 31: new restrictions just came in from Poland. Anyone under 18 can only be outside with a parent. Everyone is forced to wear gloves in shops. More places closed, pretty much just leaving pharmacies and food stores. Police will be enforcing social distancing and the army is preparing to get involved. All of this without a shred of proof of being necessary or useful. Anyone still think this is just an innocent pandemic?
Ultimately, the ruling elites want the full control of people. To accomplish that, they need good enough excuses to prevent them from rioting (assuming it would even happen, but they want to play it safe). The coronavirus provides an almost perfect one - it's invisible, deadly and contagious. It has allowed them to lock people up in their homes without so much as a squeak, as well as implement draconian distance policies for example (I mean, you don't want to be the evil guy who infects everyone, do you?). Of course, some of those policies will likely be called back after the fake pandemic ends, but who knows if they won't silently leave in the forced vaccines or the limits on gatherings? Now imagine the current "quarantine" situation, but with additional censorship, surveillance, AI control, cashless society and digital ID - all the things I've written about in Technological slavery long ago (and more). That's the likely endgame, but they will need a few more pandemics, school shootings, terrorist attacks, environmental disasters, etc. to reach it. With every new psy-op, all the "safety measures" are being normalized and people's psychology is being further modified in favor of Stockholm Syndrome and learned helplessness. Thanks to the coronavirus scare, they now know that people don't stand up - some of them have even begged on twitter for more quarantines and lockdowns. They have even accepted being marked like animals; clearly, the train to a global prison is running at full speed, and has no brakes. There is some hope though:
Neder said she and her son were placed in quarantine for several days and were told to await testing for the deadly virus. While in the hospital, Neder says she took a pregnancy test and discovered she was pregnant. Neder told The Times that the conditions at the hospital left her desperate to escape. „The conditions there were awful. Doctors were very unprofessional and not wearing any protective gear,“ she said. „We had no choice but to jump out of [the] window.“
Another woman named Alla Ilyina told The Times that she had been quarantined in a St. Petersburg hospital after returning from Hainan last month. Despite testing negative for the coronavirus, she remained under lockdown in the hospital, which she likened to a „cage.“
„I drew up a map before and made a detailed plan,“ she told The Times. „When evening came and the medical staff had let their guard down, I short-circuited the magnetic lock in my containment room and opened the door.“
Sounds almost like escaping a high-security prison. However, this kind of stuff would need to happen on a mass-scale - including standing up to the would-be kidnappers. However, lone wolves cannot enact the necessary systemic changes. Eventually, the police, media, AI surveillance, courts, prisons, etc. would take care of them and break the spirits of everyone else. To combat this, people need to meet up and plan for a destruction of the above systems enslaving them - but with the scare isolating everyone from each other, that's becoming increasingly unlikely.