New COVID-19 Variants: Propaganda Is Ramping Up and the COVID Con Is Back On


by Dr. William Makis, Global Research:

I will review latest COVID variant propaganda published on Aug. 7, 2023 by USA today, and a substack by one of USA’s top COVID con-artists Dr.Eric Topol:

EG.5.1 – “Eris Variant”

On Aug. 7, 2023, USA Today ran a story about the new COVID-19 variant being pushed by big pharma as becoming the prevalent one in the US and UK: EG.5.1, nicknamed “Eris”.


EG.5.1 is a subvariant of Omicron B.1.1.529

2023 COVID Variants that Didn’t Catch On

Let’s review some of the 2023 COVID “scariants” that failed to catch on:

Kraken was a great name (although Jimmy Fallon sang a horrible cringe-worthy song with it’s other name XBB.1.5), Arcturus was awkward and a mouthful, neither caught on. Anyone remember DeltacronGryphon? Hyperion? Acrux? Orthrus?

The latest COVID-19 variant is oddly named “Eris”. USA Today tells us the name was invented by a Canadian COVID con-artist, University of Guelph biology professor Ryan Gregory (who has blocked me on Twitter).

It’s fitting that a Canadian academic is credited with choosing “Eris”, the Greek Goddess of Chaos and Discord, often depicted as a DEMON who enjoys “inflicting pain, suffering and destruction”. Very fitting for Canada, and the pain, suffering and destruction being inflicted on our population by gleeful demons.

Where Is the New Variant Eris Spreading? 

Eris has already surpassed Arcturus in the US, becoming the most prevalent variant in the two-week period ending on August 5, with 17% of cases, according to CDC.

Both the US and UK have an increase in COVID hospitalizations over the summer months, with the U.S. seeing a recent 12% increase in hospital admissions and UK 41% increase in admissions.

Ireland seems to have the most “Eris”:

Some UK hospitals seem to have the most hospitalizations from Eris:

What Are the Signs of Eris Variant?

Eris has similar symptoms to Omicron. The most common include:

  • Runny or stuffy nose
  • Headache
  • Fatigue
  • Sneezing
  • Sore throat
  • Coughing
  • Changes to sense of smell

COVID Booster Push

Professor Gregory tells us what the COVID-19 vaccine push in the fall will be like:

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