What is Vietnam doing? Do they not have media there?

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Does the Johns Hopkins Bill Gates Corona simulation center not have Vietnamese translators – or does the virus simply stop at their border?

Vietnam, we are told, has 97 million people. It’s the size of the US East coast, and just as dense. It has a 1444km border with CHINA, the so called epicenter of this hoax.

So where are the vicsims?

Did the Event201 budget run out when it came to certain countries? Is it already a technocracy?

What gives?


Source: Vietnam Coronavirus: 417 Cases and 0 Deaths – Worldometer

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7 thoughts on “What is Vietnam doing? Do they not have media there?

  1. napoleon wilson( non mason )

    i should have said ignorant old dog after all i got half way through the death of superman novel and didnt like the direction it was going and stopped reading,big superman fan.
    so books never did do anything for me , until recently
    but seeing as the play book was written in the past and every film maker ,general,or politician compares themselves to historical figures and what not , or as i said sadam claiming he was reincarnation of king nebudchadnezzar who famously toppled solomons temple we do see patterns
    so im gonna suggest something new as ive said in my videos ,music ones ,im suggesting christopher nolans tenet will be directly linked to some sort of covid revelation , only saying this now as i predicted years ago his movies are all 911 magic trick films….and i guessed a palindrome would be a title, but did not know about the masonic tenet angle , anyway i will go now bye exemplar lol fanticipation

  2. smj

    There are no heroes. Vietnam’s Covid narrative is a device for the who to show the gullible apes how to behave…

    “Vietnam has a history of successfully managing pandemics: it was the first country recognized by the World Health Organization (WHO) to be SARS-free in 2003, and many interventions Vietnam pioneered during the SARS epidemic are being used to respond to COVID-19. Similarly, its experience with epidemic preparedness and response measures may have led to greater willingness among people in the country to comply with a central public health response. In fact, a survey conducted in late March by a public opinion research firm found that 62 percent of people in Vietnam believed the level of government response was the “right amount,” ranking higher than any of the other 45 countries surveyed.”


    …speaking of the who and its symbolic narrative, Asclepius was cut from his mother’s womb by his father the physician we call Apollo. His mother’s name was Coronis. The rod is a wand of course. Remember, Aaron and Moses’ rod became a snake that devoured the snakes that the pharaoh’s sorcerers had turned their rods into. Plagues, snakes, and sticks oh my. Hermes was a brother of Apollo. His wand has two snakes because it represents being above the political narrative fray.

    Bytheway, the etymology of virus will lead you to snakes and rods…


    1. napoleon wilson( non mason )

      i get a buzz from all smjs comments , never fail to learn something .and for me an old dog that in its self is amazing.

      Hermes was one of the 12 Olympian Gods and was god of trade, thieves, travelers, sports, athletes, and border crossings, guide to the Underworld.

      in answer to ab =Does the Johns Hopkins Bill Gates Corona simulation center not have Vietnamese translators – or does the magic virus simply stop at their border? id say gdp and lack of media infection might explain vietnams immunity ,might!,
      think of it as snakes and ladders on a tracer (chess)board unless you know the rules it wont make sense .
      it never has to me …
      but heres what the story says Since the 1980s, Vietnam, a country of nearly 100 million people, has undergone a significant economic transformation. The adoption of economic reforms known as the Doi Moi policies in the mid-1980s turned a centrally planned economy into a socialist-oriented market economy, setting Vietnam on a path to its current middle-income status.

      Vietnam has invested heavily in its health care system, with public health expenditures per capita increasing an average rate of 9.0 percent per year between 2000 and 2016.3 These investments have paid off with rapidly improving health indicators. Between 1990 and 2015, life expectancy rose from 71 years to 75 years4, the infant mortality rate fell from 36.9 deaths per 1,000 live births in 1990 to 16.5 deaths in 2018,5 and the maternal mortality ratio plummeted from 139 deaths per 100,000 live births to 54 deaths.6 The 2018 immunization rate for measles in children ages 12 to 23 months is over 97 percent.7

      oh and lets not forget the real reason murica went into iraq was to get nebudchadnezzar

      on a lighter note my mates started calling me the wicker man

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