JeffC, from Montreal, Quebec, is doing good work and commentary on the Corona Virus Event.
Source: Jeff Censored! – YouTube
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 2017 obligating 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”.
Glad to see Simon back on the fakery beat.
If so, then what of all these “cases” and “confirmed tests”?
This is all propaganda. It’s a global(ist) test to see the worldwide reaction and enact REAL laws and regulations to control the population.
Here’s what (hopefully) is a real person’s account just BEGGING for a test that likely doesn’t exist. Since I think viri are fake – another massive deception – then there would be no test that can “see” this thing.
I live in Seattle, I have all symptoms of COVID-19 and have a history of chronic bronchitis. Since I work in a physical therapy clinic with many 65+ patients and those with chronic illnesses, I decided to be responsible and go to get tested. This is how that went.Reply to @into_the_brush
I called the Corona hotline, was on hold for 40 minutes and gave up. So I looked at the CDC and Washington public health websites. They told me to see a primary care doctor, but there’s no information about testing.
I called 2 primary care doctors. One told me they don’t know where to get testing, and that I should not to seek out testing. The other one told me to go to an urgent care or ER. I called the Urgent Care, they also had no idea where tests are, but told me to call the hospital.
I called the hospital. They do not have tests, but transferred me to the COVID-19 hotline to “answer my questions”. Since I was transferred on a medical provider line, I actually got through. Progress!
The lady with the hotline was very kind and professional and understood my concern about my own health and those at my clinic. (Which is currently being sanitized). However, I was told I do not qualify for testing. And I was not given a timeline or info on current resources.
So. Who does qualify? Those who have been out of the country in the last 14 days, and those who have had contact with one of the few people who have been tested and come up positive. That’s it.
The only way I can get treated is if my symptoms get so bad I develop pneumonia or bronchitis, which is very likely in my case. Then I’ll be in the ER and quarantined for several days while waiting for a test and for the results to come back.
This is all incredibly frustrating because I am trying to do everything right in a system that punishes moments of “weakness” like taking days off. It’s also scary to know that I won’t be able to get help until I need life support.
To sum up: this is not contained. No one knows what the fuck is happening. I can’t work. WASH YOUR FUCKING HANDS.
Since this is getting attention. COVID-19 HOTLINE: 1-800-525-0127 DON’T CALL unless you are experiencing all symptoms or have been exposed to a case. Leave the lines open to people who need it most. Any other questions can be answered on the CDC, WHO, or WA public health sites.
I was going to post this after listening to Jeff C mention it, but QOR beat me to it.
Author Dean Koontz eerily predicted the coronavirus outbreak in his 1981 thriller “The Eyes of Darkness.”
The fictional novel tells the story of a Chinese military lab that creates a new virus to potentially use as a biological weapon during wartime. The lab is ironically located in Wuhan, China and the made-up virus is called Wuhan-400.
In the novel, the virus is called the “perfect weapon” because it only affects humans. It also cannot survive outside the human body for more than a minute and does not require an expensive decontamination process once it spreads through a population and those who contract it.
The coincidence between the book’s virus and the actual coronavirus outbreak is uncanny.
Jeff C has been talking about this for the last couple of podcasts, including this one.
Book authors, like movie screenwriters, are promoted and made rich for helping write our reality’s script, including the constant pandemic idea that just changes names over the years.
Mark does a good job tackling the AIDS hoax.
To overcome these problems, I am going to boldly go, to assert with evidence and take a chance on being wrong that AIDS is a fake “pandemic.” The case of Magic Johnson (covered later) has instructive power, as does that of Freddie Mercury, whose death was, in my view, faked. I have not looked into Rock Hudson or Arthur Ashe, but have similar suspicions. In order to ‘sell’ this disease, they needed high-profile people to die from it. AIDS, I will assert, is a real syndrome, but not contagious, not caused by HIV, and can even be cured on occasion by change of lifestyle.
There. I said it. AIDS is fake. If only it were that simple, I could stop here.
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This interesting discussion only serves to confirm my idea that virus are imaginary blood satellites and electron microscopes are phony devices only used to propagate the myth.
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Critics of medical dogmas have an uphill battle. Creating a company that has the potential to overturn one of these dogmas is a challenge that the establishment has the power and money to destroy. Electron microscope evidence has been used in court to show that HIV-antibody-positive people with high viral load have no detectable virus in their blood, and this caused many sentences in the US military to be reduced dramatically or overturned. Viral Forensics was a company set up to bring electron microscope evidence to anyone who wanted to challenge their diagnosis with HIV, HPV, Hepatitis C or pretty much any other virus.
If you’re a man and you have a prostate, you’ll want to listen to the man that discovered PSA.
Dick Ablin, a cancer researcher specializing in cryoimmunotherapy, discovered PSA, the Prostate Specific Antigen, in the 1970s. So he must love Movember, when men are encouraged to line up for PSA and other prostate screening, right? Wrong, in 2010 he wrote a New York Times Op-Ed decrying not only the use of PSA, but all prostate cancer screening. In 2014 he published a book, “The Great Prostate Hoax” and, in 2018, he was interviewed, at the end of Movember (let’s hope it’s the end), by David. The publisher’s web page for “The Great Prostate Hoax” is: us.macmillan.com/books/9781137…
The Infectious Myth – Dick Ablin on The Great Prostate Hoax by The Infectious Myth