“Pandemics cannot happen” ...Duh!
Dr. Peter McCullough recently made this point, and Mike Yeadon reposted.
It’s so simple, I’m annoyed with myself that I didn’t think about it before. I had been trapped in a Fast-Thought.
Glad to see that Peter is calling out the “They”:
“This is planned. Moderna & the US government patented the (technology for the) product years ago. Three days after WHO declared a pandemic, Moderna announced it had a product. You can’t invent a product in three days”.
Check out the comical Bond villain, Schwab & his sidekick Gates. They intend to maintain a high tempo of pandemics & claim to knock them down before they become a problem.
The awkward difficulty comes once it’s appreciated that PANDEMICS CANNOT HAPPEN. Not serious ones, anyway. It’s the high apparent transmission rate of common colds coupled with their generally low morbidity & mortality that means at your worst, you can usually continue to go about your day. But it’s of no geopolitical consequence.
“Spread” by definition means it has to be low in symptoms and low in lethality. Duh!
A more lethal illness such as influenza can make you very unwell. Under these circumstances, your withdrawal from normal life for a few days is pretty much involuntary. Too ill to be out & about. Still, allegedly responsible for 8-40K winter deaths annually in UK. Not worth interrupting the lives of almost 8 billion people over.
Bad symptoms are the circuit breaker, they keep you in bed, they reduce circulation and spread. Duh!
Consider a much more severe infectious Respiratory illness. This will render your unwell like flu only worse & more quickly. I invite people to think of “airborne Ebola”. Very frightening. But here’s the thing. It makes you very unwell the day you acquire the illness. You withdraw completely & you’ve no choice in the matter. Your ability to infect anyone else is severely limited. The outbreak is self-limiting.
The very idea of a “deadly virus” is Self-Limiting. Duh again!
I genuinely think global pandemics worth getting concerned about CANNOT HAPPEN. It’s not luck. It’s the way infectious agents & animals like humans have co-evolved. Had this not been so, we’d have been wiped out on any of several occasions in the past.
Yes! Off course! Duh!
As for the concept that “increases in human travel is what produces the uniquely vulnerable position”, that’s complete bull. It’s the exact opposite. Frequent travel to every corner of the globe is what endures we never now have populations with no exposure & thus little immunity to novel pathogens.
Unbelievable, I had fallen for that Fast-Thought too. It’s so obvious when you hear someone say it. It’s exactly the opposite of “their” narrative.
We’ve never been in better shape to protect ourselves as a species.
DONT BELIEVE THESE CRIMINAL LIARS! Global pandemics of severe illnesses aren’t possible.
Please spread this insight. It’s quite simple, anyone can understand these concepts & once they do, they’ll ask “What are you up to, Gates?”
Just when you thought your mind was clear of Fast-Thoughts you find a few more. Thank you, Peter!
The masses meld through fast thoughts. Thoughts that only have two moving parts in them.
He’s had a heart attack, he needs rest. (Fast thought)
The virus is airborne, a mask will curb it. (Fast thought)
Vaccines work, take this vaccine. (Fast thought)
People moving around will spread the virus, stop people moving. (Fast thought)
Truth resides in slow thought. Learn to think slowly, to contend with more than two variables. Beware of fast ideas, they are everywhere. As Jung said, people don’t have ideas, ideas have people.
What he really meant was that fast-ideas have people.
Which leaves us with the question of the Spanish Flu, what was that exactly and have we been told the true story?
Likely not, I’m starting to think.
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