Here come the Covid stories

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Self isolating is more important than visiting your dead husband in the funeral home?

Article actually links to the (sim) band’s barren placeholder page, created yesterday.

As sad as this story may sound, no story in the media can be taken as truth. They lost their authority on 9/11.

Sean had a form of chronic leukaemia, but was otherwise healthy and physically active. He did not rely on any medication.

After two days of struggling at home, Sean was urged by his wife to visit the hospital. He was not tested for COVID-19 because he did not fit the criteria at the time, which specified foreign travel to any country with COVID-19 cases as a risk factor.

www.ctvnews.ca/health/coronavi…

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26 thoughts on “Here come the Covid stories

  1. xileffilex

    Thanks to a newbie at CF, here’s one of those gold dust [for us fakeologists] videos which show how transparently phoney this whole Coronahoax is. Look at the video of this duping emergency doctor in US hotpot [alleged[ NYC
    www.dailymail.co.uk/news/artic…

    In addition, the CF poster notes that this duping doc was an author of a mass crisis event peer reviewed paper only a year ago which required plenty of moulage. No strange to faking things then, doc.
    Don’t you just love the refrigerated semi-trailer parked up behind the hospital to store all the bodies…
    What a mockery.

    What a great time to stock up your hospital!
    Anyone want a job lot of ventilators when this phoney corona baloney dies down?

    1. xileffilex

      And here’s the faking simulation doctor, Colleen Smith ** still faking it on twitter
      twitter.com/Juniper949/status/…
      Colleen Smith @Juniper949
      100s of vents in a warehouse doesn’t help me when I’m looking at 3 patients who need to be intubated and I only have 1 vent at my hospital. #math #coronavirus #thanksforthevents
      Oversæt Tweet
      2.38 PM · 29. mar. 2020·Twitter Web App

      suuuuure.
      ** – Colleen Smith, MD
      Other interests: Travel, reading sci-fi and fantasy novels,
      ….and promoting fantasy plandemics

      Here’s another of Smith’s faking mates from Rhode Island, retweeting her
      twitter.com/meganranney/status…
      Megan Ranney MD MPH @meganranney
      I haven’t been tweeting as much today. And this is why.
      We are all – ALL – working as fast as we can in RI to do what we can to stop this tsunami of #COVID19 infection & death. It’s taking everything that every one of us has. May it be enough.
      8:55 pm · 28 Mar 2020

      More of the same, earlier from this’Harley woman’ faker being promoted by CNN
      twitter.com/brianstelter/statu…

      Brian Stelter @brianstelter
      Please watch what Dr. Megan Ranney told
      @JohnKingCNN
      . “We need masks TODAY. We are pleading on social media, #GetMePPE, to keep me and my patients safe…”
      5:20 pm · 19 Mar 2020

      [video]

      Tip for Ranney – nip down to your local sports shop [if it hasn’t been shut down] and stock up with scuba diving masks.

  2. Tom DalpraTom Dalpra

    Hello, since I took a new job a year back I’ve not been as obsessively following Fakeologist on a daily basis as I used to. It’s been quite liberating as I tended to find myself constantly drawn into waste-of-time conversations like – ”why are you, an apparently intelligent person, attaching that bullshit to your argument”. It’s quite a relief to accept that it’s just the nature of the ‘alternative World’ and it’s not my job to police it. That said, I still check the site often and it’s a great resource, especially during a grand Psyop, the like of which we’re living through.

    The job I took was in homecare work for the old and vulnerable , so I’m quite close to some of what’s going on on the ‘front line’.
    The company looks after about 100 people and of those we have had one diagnosis of Coronavirus so far. This was a very frail and poorly lady with various conditions including severe dementia who didn’t have clue what was happening.
    She never should have been allowed home in the first place but having returned to hospital after a week at home we were told she’d been diagnosed with Coronavirus. This caused havoc because it meant that all eleven carers who had visited her while she was at home had to be isolated for two weeks.
    No one had any symptoms , but Instantly just one diagnosis meant my company was short staffed and under pressure.
    It’s easy to see why the NHS was asking for 250,000 volunteers if this sort of procedure has been going on everywhere.

    The one piece of programming for this that stands out to me is the adoption of the term ‘Viral’ in the internet age. Things started going ‘viral ‘ a few years back. Perfect to get the idea that viral things expand rapidly and go huge, in all the kids heads.
    The thing is, viruses (in the medical world ) are a bad thing, so why use that term for things that have become popular ? Of course, we know why.
    (It’s a bit like calling a site designed for people to communicate on, ‘Discord’ )

    Talking of which, I hate Discord, especially with those fucking tedious notifications all the time so I haven’t been that bothered that I can’t seem to log on there anymore , but it is handy for the audio. I’ll perhaps make an effort to come and say hello at some point.

    Much love, be safe and don’t touch your eyes.

    1. ab Post author

      Tom, you’re welcome back any time. You’ve always been one of my favorite people here. You can turn off notifications, as I’m sure you see aware. Please call in tonight with your two cents.

      1. Tom DalpraTom Dalpra

        Thanks Ab,
        It’s my ineptitude and impatience which has meant I’ve tried to log in to Discord but keep failing.
        I had an account but every time I try to sign in it tells me to claim and verify my account and that my Email’s already used. That sort of thing drives me feckin nuts. Sorry, this isn’t the trouble shooting channel!

    2. psyopticonpsyopticon

      I’m sure you should be prefacing your personal anecdote with the all-important word “alleged”, Tom. “Alleged Infection” There is no valid test for “coronavirus”. Therefore any diagnosis is subjective and based only on presenting symptoms.

      Gladly cleared that up for you. So that we can look at this hoax without the added confusion of more disinformation, wilful or otherwise. Ahem!

      What noteworthy to say, about the Martial Law now in-force across much of the UK, imposed through the pretext of the #coronavirushoax ?

      Here’s the primary legislation —
      Coronavirus Act 2020

      And the second of two statutory instruments —
      The Health Protection (Coronavirus, Restrictions) (England) Regulations 2020

      All manner of nasties in there. The martial law itself of course, forbidding us from leaving our own homes without lawful authority. But also open-ended surveillance powers, the end of confirmatory death certificates and the abandonment of inquests for “alleged” ‘coronavirus’ victims. An absolute gem for death fakery.

      And what are your thoughts, Tom, on the Government’s Chief Medical Officer, Professor Chris Whitty? Duped? Or blackmailed? Clearly just a puppet of the globalists – the secret global government that has imposed Martial Law across much of the world. But, nevertheless, mind-bending Whitty is very cogent, and manifests no obvious signs of acting under duress. At a Nuremberg-style Tribunal, death by hanging? What says you, Tom?

      1. Tom DalpraTom Dalpra

        Yes, ‘alleged’, of course , quite right. I was in a hurry.
        Now, are you suggesting ”Death by hanging ” for Chris Whitty for deceiving us, ‘me old mate’ Pslyopticon ?
        If so, I think you should be at least flogged for some of your input over the years . ‘Wilful or otherwise’, I think you’d be setting a dangerous precedent for yourself if you hung Chris Whitty :-).

        I don’t watch television much but I did turn it on and see him once.
        Nuremberg was a complete travesty of justice so I wouldn’t recommend anything ‘Nuremberg-style’ for him. Perhaps maybe pin him down and tickle him.

        Back in the ‘real World’ that legislation certainly makes a lot of sense.

        1. psyopticonpsyopticon

          Okay, okay, Tom-occhio! (see what i did there, huh?!)

          Yes, hang em. Never did me any harm.

          Hanging – good enough for Dr Mengele;; more than good enough for Prof. Whitty.

          Dress it up as a CLUEDO plot for the kids:

          Professor Whitty. In the Lab. With the noose.

          Or maybe firing squad. And turn it into a musical. Whitty Whitty Bang Bang!

  3. xileffilex

    CNN also chose to use the UK scare story of junior Dr Katie Sanderson, and others….
    edition.cnn.com/2020/03/27/uk/…
    which also contained this golden nugget from An emergency medicine registrar at a north London hospital, Dr. Robert Lloyd, [just] returned from holiday [lucky to get back, Doc!]

    “Over the last few days, it is empty in the morning and in the afternoon it gets flooded, literally flooded, completely at capacity, and all patients are almost perfectly positive [for coronavirus].”

    hmmm wonder if it’s the same hospital as Katie’s? Ans – NO **

    Lloyd, the north London doctor, told CNN that 30-year-olds were among the seriously ill patients he saw this week, whose x-rays “look like a bomb had gone off on either side of their chest.”

    [Lloyd] was “frightened for the implications the virus has for society, it is going to have a major impact and a huge body count.”

    Best scaremongering article yet [ March 27]
    uk.linkedin.com/in/robert-lloy…
    **North Middlesex Hospital Edmonton N18, spent time in Australia
    Robert Lloyd
    Emergency Medicine ST4. Blogger. Podcaster. NHS Clinical Entrepreneur.
    The blogging and podcasting seems to have stopped in late 2018

    Afterthought – how does anyone actually get to hospital with coronavirus? All advice is to stay at home with the symptoms. My suspicion is that all the people in hospitals, with serious conditions and who unfortunately expire there [quite normal] are roped into the figures with bogus post-hoc CV positives.

  4. psyopticonpsyopticon

    Grand job, as ever, Felix. “Katie”, or Katherine Emma Sanderson, is at the Whittington, N.London.


    www.thetimes.co.uk/edition/new…

    A junior doctor. Very Junior. According to GMC Register, only obtained her licence to practise in Aug 2018, and still in postgrad training. “Primary medical qualification MB BS 2017 Kings College London.”

    www.gmc-uk.org/doctors/7560197
    i.imgur.com/tj15Myg.jpg

    At 32 years old, a latecomer to the noble profession. Doing what before the career change? She draws a blank at BMDs; possibly Emma Katherine Sanderson, b.Q3 1987 Lambeth; mother Watson?

    Ireland has her own Harley [Street] woman. Dr Julia Courtney. Respiratory consultant at Ulster Hospital. Her alarmist video pimped out on Twitter by quack colleague Dr Johnny Cash, and “seen by 130,000 viewers” (who’s counting?)


    www.belfastlive.co.uk/news/hea…

    As warned by Big Brother in its mass messaging of every mobile phone in Britain, the Coronavirus Act 2020 passed into law yesterday (Wed 25 March). An impenetrable 358 pages of “emergency” legislation that was obviously drawn up long before the plan-demic. Jam-packed with totalitarian new laws, quite unrelated to the “contagion”, which will long outlive the coronavirus hoax itself.


    www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-…


    www.legislation.gov.uk/ukpga/2…

    It seems obvious from the empty supermarket shelves, that the disruption to our food supply chains is the result of wilful engineering. Nothing to do with panic buying. Deliberately engineered food insecurity to induce fear and panic. MI5 ran a simulation study of this a few years back; asking “how long before they riot?”

    The new Coronavirus Act 2020 contains powers forcing food suppliers to disclose information on their supply chains. See Section 25. No doubt nothing to do with mitigating food shortages. These are new malevolent powers for the Nutwork, so that it can efficiently coordinate panic among shoppers.

    1. xileffilex

      I’ll look up the Oirish Harley Street woman later, Psyopticon. Meanshile
      www.facebook.com/guy.sanderson…
      Guy Sanderson
      March 22 at 10:04 AM ·
      a friend who is a doctor, is back in a north London hospital after a day away and says it is absolutely catastrophic. They’ve run out of ventilators and she is having to palliate people in their 50s with no underlying health conditions – people who will certainly die on their own with no visitors. People are waiting to go into the intensive care unit in their 30s and 40s who are likely to die waiting. Her message is don’t go out for any reason unless you can actually not survive without it. And also please spend the day calling or writing to everyone you know telling them what is happening that that they should do the same. Her words are ‘you have to tell everyone you know or you’ll regret it for the rest of your life’.

      i.e a “sister” who is a doctor…..? Why the secrecy?

      This one admits her being a sister
      www.facebook.com/martha.sander…

  5. xileffilex

    “Harley woman” for the UK end of the “pandemic”

    Key UK perp to keep us all scared with stories of horror – “junior doctor” Katie Sanderson who has been sent in with her script to national newspapers, ITV and BBC. She has no other presence in the media [rather like a junior doctor was sent onto the MSM following the Westminster Bridge hoax] As if a more experienced or senior doctor or consultant couldn’t be found….
    Interesting that the media won’t say which London hospital she allegedly works at. Why the secrecy? Perhaps it’s not her real name?

    From 1:18:30 here, BBC Radio – www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/play/m000…
    ITV –[video] www.itv.com/news/2020-03-24/th…
    [love the eye chart behind her!]

    Dr Katie Sanderson said the situation was “really, really horrible” as she described the challenge, in the face of so much death, of not treating every patient as “a number”.
    Dr Sanderson said she was speaking out because she wanted the country to be prepared for what London was already facing.

    as quoted in the Mail….
    www.dailymail.co.uk/news/artic…
    Stemming from the above BBC interview, in Metro: metro.co.uk/2020/03/24/doctor-…
    The 32-year-old said that some colleagues her age were fighting for their lives in hospital and others had already made their wills.
    Dr Sanderson, who said she wears red clogs to work to cheer herself up, added: ‘I am 32 and I have colleagues in intensive care who are in their 30s. A friend who is 28 told me they had made their will.

    She told how she has been ‘reduced to tears in the work loos’ after seeing pictures of ‘huge crowds on Clapham Common and Highbury Fields’ and people queuing ‘unsafely’ up and down the country.

    ‘I am having conversations with patients who are going to die asking whether they want to die in hospital where we are currently not able to have visitors, or whether they want to die at home,’ Dr Sanderson told BBC Radio 4’s Today programme.
    suuuuuure, but the lemmings will be very scared and obey the state.

    The Metro talks of patients with terminal Coronavirus, like there’s such a thing as a terminal cold or ‘terminal flu’. It’s utter nonsense.

    And here she is in the Guardian, asking for mobile phones and chargers for the terminal and non-terminal covid cases
    www.theguardian.com/world/2020…

    Because, of course, these sim-patients cannot have visits from “loved ones”.
    People are having to use videolinks to say their last goodbyes to dying relatives with Covid-19 because hospitals are curtailing visits to prevent spread of the virus.
    suuuuure [anonymous source for this fake looking story]
    Say goodbye, but say hello if you pull through…

    Thought – is Sanderson an actor, rather than a doctor? Poster ‘expert’ for the #plandemic.

  6. xileffilex

    Is there any fakeologist in Italy who can verify or investigate the following shepherding story which appeared recently on the youtube channel of La Repubblica? It apparently compares the number of official death notices in the paper on Feb 9 with those on March 13. Take home message – they’re dropping like flies.

    By that token, the daily page number ought to be increasing still. Or were obituaries held back for that date, or charges waived/reduced?

    A clip from the above, March 17, appears in the video “Situation in Bergamo”, nicely appearing straight after the well-known image of all those caskets…. at 1:37 The usual emotive stuff.

  7. xileffilex

    And here come the scary videos to condition us to accept the lockdowns “they’re fighting a war here and losing” yeah, suuuuure

    Who’s bringing that camera into what is NOT the ICU ** of the Pope John XXIII Hospital in Bergamo where there are “hundreds dying every day”?
    Sky News video Be very scared… take home message – lock your nations down, or else.. the virus is “Virtually out of control”
    news.sky.com/story/coronavirus…

    **It looks like an intensive care unit (ICU), but it is actually just an emergency arrivals ward. The ICU is full. The people being treated are new arrivals, but they look far worse than that.

    or just a film studio.
    This killer pandemic is virtually out of control.

    We have all heard what has been going on here, but no journalist has been allowed in here to see it, until now.

    The city of Bergamo invited us in to show everyone what a catastrophic emergency, that nobody has ever experienced before, looks like.
    They want you to see it.
    They want the world’s population to question their own governments’ responses.

    This is the video used to justify the lockdown in the UK. This is an important staged event. No expense spared.

    www.itv.com/news/2020-03-19/co…
    British nurse who just happens to work in Bergamo Connor McAinsh…. that was handy!
    “…there’s less of a one to one relationship with our patients now, they’ve just become, you know, numbers.”
    “the number of patients dying from the disease has left cemeteries unable to cope.
    “They’ve had to build a tent outside the hospital and yeah, there are burials about every 30 minutes in the cemetery of Bergamo,” he said.

    Play it again, Sky News, Play it. This time, Cremona in Lombardy

    Don’t you just love the rows of the familiar caskets routine at the beginning!

    Strangely at 4:17 in the above video the anaesthetist is a WOMAN called Lorenzo Grazioli, the very same name as the MALE anaesthetist in Bergamo at 3:18 in the upper video [he does exist there according to his linkedin] . What a circus! I call staged on these videos.

    1. xileffilex

      now, why has sky suddenly put this youtube video on private?
      This is the video which was taken down by the hoaxers and fakers
      Search Results
      Web results
      Saturday 21 March 2020 08:54, GMT
      ‘It’s a war, it’s a disaster’ | News UK Video News | Sky Newsnews.sky.com › video › its-a-war-its-a-disaster-lombardy-hospital-stru…
      7 hours ago – Sky visits Cremona hospital in Lombardy where staff face a fight to save every patient.

      news.sky.com/video/its-a-war-i…

      It can still be accessed here
      It is a snapshot of the page as it appeared on 21 Mar 2020 09:50:42 GMT.
      webcache.googleusercontent.com…..69i57j69i58.1396j0j4&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8

      As with many hoaxes, the single sourced video is shared around – here, AP uses Sky footage from the Bergamo staged event.

      someone at Cluesforum seems to think it’s real [no chance]
      cluesforum.info/viewtopic.php?…

      1. xileffilex

        The AP link got scrambled, but it doesn’t add anything. UK Channel 4 news was also invited into the Cremona hospital for a whiz round the staged intensive care crisis. Cuel Dr Giancarlo Basio who hasn’t experienced anything like it in 40 years. suuuuuure.

        “can you hear the noise? It is oxygen”
        Love the run past at 3:21. Soo so staged. You can dupe as much as you like beneath those face masks.

        what profound scaremongering tosh.

        As JLB says, these are important “falling man” videos to shock the world’s population to lie down and accept a state of siege.

        Here’s another piece of Sky News scaremongering with Bergamo surgeon Michele Colledan and DR Luca Richeldi in Rome.

        Remember these names.

        The scenes look like you’d find in any hospital. No country builds hospitals which are empty all the time.

  8. xileffilex

    Another hoary old hoax favorite – the induced coma.

    goodmorningwilton.com/breaking…
    “He’s in Medical Coma, My Infant Twins & Me in Quarantine”
    stemming from sleep apnea, his heart has an enlarged left ventricle and doesn’t pump as effectively. As a result he is susceptible to pneumonia, which he contracted within days of getting the virus. Since he was diagnosed, the husband has been in the ICU [placed in a medically induced coma][ at Danbury Hospital, and the wife and her children are quarantined at home.

    UPDATE: There is now a GoFundMe account that has been set up by relatives of this Wilton family. Donations are being accepted there as well.

    www.dailymail.co.uk/news/artic…
    11/3
    The New Rochelle lawyer who was among the first to be diagnosed with coronavirus in New York and has passed it on to dozens is now believed to be in an induced coma.

    Lawrence Garbuz, 50, was diagnosed with the virus last week ….
    His wife, Adina, who also has the virus but is asymptomatic and recovering at home, said in a Facebook post on Wednesday that she is looking forward to him waking up
    New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has set up a one mile radius quarantine in New Rochelle to try to stop the spread.

    Smells like the usual psy-op BS which we here are so familiar with.

  9. xileffilex

    They need these high-profile MSM cases to scare us.
    e.g. this 87 year old in London who had suffered multiple cancers, kidney and lung, for 25 years [!]

    March 18
    www.southwarknews.co.uk/news/c…
    Alive in hospital, diagnosed with Coronavirus on March 14, allegedly
    Len in hospital some time after March 8
    www.southwarknews.co.uk/wp-con…

    March 20
    Gone the next day, after the above news story, on March 19 after “he tested positive for the virus”!
    www.standard.co.uk/news/health…
    “cheerful and smiling,……..’Everyone loved my granddad, he was always smiling, always positive.’” Indeed.
    He is thought to be the 58th person to die in a London hospital from coronavirus

    Seems a very convenient open-and-shut story.

    1. ab Post author

      He’d be the first 87 year old cheerful and smiling with that many chronic ailments. Sorry I’ve met many geriatrics and very few if any are cheerful and smiling at that age in that condition.

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