Friday, January 27, 2023

COVID-19 Coronavirus: A Fake Pandemic? Who’s Behind It? Global Economic and Geopolitical Destabilization

by Prof Michel Chossudovsky, Global Research:

The media hype and disinformation campaign regarding the spread of the COVID-19 novel coronavirus have created a Worldwide atmosphere of fear and uncertainty following the launching of  a global public health emergency by the WHO on January 30th. 

The fear campaign is ongoing.  Panic and uncertainty. National governments and the WHO are misleading  the public.

“About 84,000 people in at least 56 countries have been infected, and about 2,900 have died” says the New York Times. What they fail to mention is that 98% of those cases of infection are in Mainland China. There are less than 5000 confirmed cases outside China. (WHO, February 28, 2020)


from The Waking Times:

Researchers have still not been able to identify the original source of the COVID-19 coronavirus. When the outbreak began, initial reports suggested that the virus jumped from an animal to a human in a Wuhan meat market because many of the first cases were connected with the market in some way.

Scientists are still divided on this theory, but some studies have suggested that there were a significant number of early patients who had no contact with the market, and that it could have been spreading silently among citizens of Wuhan before it entered the crowded market where it had an opportunity to infect more hosts and spread more widely. This is one of the numerous different theories that experts have been debating in the months since the virus was officially recognized.

The Week that the Coronavirus Tanked Global Markets

from Birch Gold Group:

Market panic stemming from the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) around the world has already sent U.S. stocks into freefall this week.

As expected, concern about a potential “pandemic” is making the rounds in the media. According to World Health Organization (WHO) Director General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, “The number of new cases reported outside China exceeded the number of new cases in China for the first time.”

But the WHO Director cautioned against using the term “pandemic”:

Media Claims Trump Called Coronavirus A ‘Hoax.’ Here’s What He Actually Said.

from True Pundit:

While speaking at a rally in Charleston, South Carolina, President Donald Trump brought up the coronavirus and Democrats’ attempts to politicize the issue.

Now the Democrats are politicizing the coronavirus. Coronavirus. They’re politicizing it. We did one of the great jobs, you say, “How’s President Trump doing?” They go, “Oh, not good, not good.” They have no clue; they don’t have any clue. They can’t even count their votes in Iowa. They can’t count their votes!

Natural ways to boost your immunity as coronavirus spreads

by Zoey Sky, Natural News:

During the last half of December 2019, the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) began spreading throughout China.

To date, researchers around the globe are scrambling to find a cure for COVID-19, which has already infected hundreds of thousands of people, and claimed thousands of lives.

But what if the key to staying healthy during a pandemic is strengthening your immunity with supplements and herbal remedies? Boosting your immune system could be essential to protecting yourself and not succumbing to infections in the first place.

Even With 7 Government Officials Infected With Coronavirus, Iran Still Can’t Tell the Truth

by Rick Moran, PJ Media:

The government of Iran announced that the number of people who have died from the coronavirus now stands at 34, with 388 cases reported.

Oh, really?

That’s not what the BBC is reporting. They say that BBC Persia contacted several local hospitals in Tehran who report the death toll at 210 — six times higher than the “official” number.

MUST READ… LIVE FROM HONG KONG: Two Months After Initial Reports of Coronavirus Only 93 Cases and 2 Deaths in Population of 8 Million in Hong Kong

by Joe Hoft, The Gateway Pundit:

The Hong Kong government and corporations reacted late to the coronavirus but when they did act, the actions were borderline extreme.  More than a month later there are still questions.  The overall damage of the virus is not nearly as severe as originally feared.

News of the coronavirus reached Hong Kong and the world in early January.   Hong Kong citizens were curious at first and then almost hyper-reactive.  The Wuhan coronavirus was a big unknown and still is.

Here’s Why I Don’t Really Trust the Official American Coronavirus Numbers

by Daisy Luther, The Organic Prepper:

A lot of folks have distrusted the numbers coming out of China since the very beginning of the coronavirus outbreak. That uneasy feeling was justified when it was discovered that many patients weren’t being counted because they were never tested.  Once an alternative testing method was temporarily approved, the number of infected people skyrocketed. This was only temporary though because Chinese officials reverted quickly to their previous method of only relying on the nucleic acid test, which is infamous for false negatives. (There are reports that suggest certain infected people tested negative as many as six times before a positive test occurred, according to MedicineNet.)


from SGTreport:

Holistic nutritionalist Valerie Robitaille joins me from Morocco to discuss the multifaceted attack against humanity. Coronavirus is just the tip of the iceberg, but fortunately there are ways to protect yourself from it, as Valerie explains. Thanks for tuning in.

Has the Coronavirus Hit US Consumer Spending Yet?

by Wolf Richter, Wolf Street:

In January, consumers carried on in hunky-dory land.

Consumer spending accounts for roughly 70% of the economy as measured by GDP. When and how will the reaction by consumers to the coronavirus – dollars spent and not spent – become visible in the overall economic data? That’s the question we’ll try to find answers to going forward. But according to the Bureau of Economic Analysis today, in January, American consumers in aggregate were still in hunky-dory land.