Surely a virus, if it even existed, doesn’t know what country it’s in.
So why is the nutwork targeting Simon’s Italy?
Most people on this planet are probably unaware of the fact that Italy has been at the very forefront of the so-called anti-vax movement. As Italy’s former health minister Beatrice Lorenzin introduced a policy in 2017obligating children to receive ten compulsory vaccinations, there was a huge public uproar – an estimated 50% of Italians rejecting this outrageous violation of… well, just about everything we associate with the words “democracy” and “freedom of choice”.
How much more evidence of being orchestrated do you need?
THE CORONAVIRUS PLUSHIE
In October 2019 (two months before the first reported case of Coronavirus in China) a symposium with 130 exclusive guests named the “201 Event” was held in New York by the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security, the World Economic Forum and the Bill & Melinda Gates foundation. The “201 event” (complete with fictitious TV news reports) simulated a future coronavirus [sic] pandemic that would spread catastrophically around the planet and cripple the world economy. Most “ironically”, the invitation to the event (see below) featured a “giant microbe”[sic] – as a prize to the early registrants to the event – in the form of a stuffed souvenir: a sun-shaped plushie surrounded by a red “corona”.
David provides his analysis of the coronavirus panic. He does not believe that the coronavirus test is accurate, and the coronavirus has never been proven to exist, so the tests may be completely meaningless. He discusses some of the research, shows that it is not scientific, and describes some of the many anomalies regarding coronavirus testing, and the theory that the epidemic is real and infectious. A written version of this show is at: theinfectiousmyth.com/book/Cor…
As I live in Italy (which yesterday closed ALL schools for two weeks due to the Coronavirus mass hysteria) I have been wondering this last few days: WHY Italy? WHY has Italy been picked as the prime European “target” for this global hoax? And has this choice of Italy as the European Coronavirus “epicentre” been predicted (as usually is the case with these worldwide hoaxes) by anyone in the entertainment industry? The answer is yes: a world famous cartoon character has. This time, however, it is not The Simpsons (who, as we all know, blatantly “predicted” the 9/11 hoax – and many other major psyops): it is the universally-famous French cartoon character Asterix.