We got duped by HIV. There was no real test for HIV. They called a retrovirus that already existed in humans a deadly virus.  There was no recognition in the titer of people who supposedly died of coronavirus.

What if Coronavirus is a fraud? Why would China do that?

It’s an easy way to impose martial law. What was the situation from Wuhan? Massive pollution and lung disease.

How are cases confirmed in China? Through recognition of the virus in the titer of dead people? NOPE! Via a lung scan. Does that prove it was caused by a new virus? Nope.

Have they proved monkee to monkee transmission? Nope, not even that.

What’s the basic research.  Remember we went through complete acceptance of the HIV menace.

The corona virus has become economic warfare.

What if the corona virus was simply existing flu cases which already kill old people. How do we know the difference?   It does seem like this is something new, is it wrong to ask for proof?

Do your own research and comment below.

Remember HIV. Remember Swine Flu. Both fake epidemics. (read the swine flu fiasco below)

Now, beware of the VACCINE. Because that vaccine will put coronavirus into your body. then when you DIE from ANYTHING they can declare – see see it was coronavirus.

SHOW ME THE ELECTRON MICROGRAPHS, SHOW ME THE ELISA RESULTS OF GENE SEQUENCING. Don’t have em? Show me the monkee to monkee trasmission tests where tissue samples are checked for virus titer. Don’t have em? YOU HAVE NOTHING. YOU HAVE NOTHING.

On the basis of scanty country-level information, the WHO declared a level 4 pandemic on April 27. Two days later, a level 5 Pandemic was announced without corroborating evidence (April 29). A level 6 Pandemic was announced on June 11.

There was no attempt to improve the process of data collection in terms of lab. confirmation. In fact quite the opposite. Following the level 6 Pandemic announcement, both the WHO and the CDC decided that data collection of individual confirmed and probable cases was no longer necessary to ascertain the spread of swine flu.  As of July 10, one month after the announcement of the level six pandemic, the WHO discontinued the collection of  confirmed cases. It does not require member countries to send in figures pertaining to confirmed or probable cases.

WHO will no longer issue the global tables showing the numbers of confirmed cases for all countries.  However, as part of continued efforts to document the global spread of the H1N1 pandemic, regular updates will be provided describing the situation in the newly affected countries. WHO will continue to request that these countries report the first confirmed cases and, as far as feasible, provide weekly aggregated case numbers and descriptive epidemiology of the early cases. (WHO, Briefing note, 2009)

Based on incomplete and scantly data, the WHO nonetheless predicts with authority that: “as many as 2 billion people could become infected over the next two years — nearly one-third of the world population.” (World Health Organization as reported by the Western media, July 2009).

Dr. Margaret Chan, Director General of the WHO

The statements of the WHO are notoriously contradictory. While creating an atmosphere of  fear and insecurity, pointing to am impending global public health crisis, the WHO has also acknowledged that the underlying symptoms are moderate and that “most people will recover from swine flu within a week, just as they would from seasonal forms of influenza” (WHO statement, quoted in the Independent, August 22, 2009).

The WHO’s July 10 guidelines have set the stage for a structure of scantiness and inadequacy with regard to data collection at the national level. National governments of member States of the WHO are not required to corroborate the spread of the A H1N1 swine flu, through laboratory tests.

The WHO table below provides the breakdown by geographical region. These figures, as acknowledged by the WHO are no longer based on corroborated cases, since the governments are not required since July 11 to “test and report individual cases”. In an utterly twisted logic, the WHO posits that because the governments of WHO member countries are not required to test and report individual cases, with a view to ascertaining the spread of the virus, that “the number of cases reported actually understates the real number of cases.” (See note at foot of Table). The question is: what is being reported by the countries?  How does one ascertain that the reported cases are H1N1 as opposed to seasonal influenza?

Map of affected countries and deaths as of 13 August 2009 [png 313kb]