ER Editor: Once the virus hype was cooling off, bam! Floyd, Chauvin and race riots – everywhere. Suddenly the virus was nowhere to be seen and public protest was cool. For the approved causes. Now the BLM cause has cooled, it’s that fake second wave we’ve been promised. China’s been brought back into the picture on cue as per the Daily Mail, ramping up East-West hostilities: Beijing shuts all schools and goes to ‘alert level two’ to tackle new coronavirus outbreak caused by ‘contaminated goods and interpersonal communication’ as China blames European strain. The Independent is reporting a grand total of SIX bars having shut in Florida: Florida bars and restaurants close just a week after reopening.
They’re overplaying their hand.
Italian ICU doctor Alberto Zangrillo has clinically exposed the weakness of the virus as it presents in patients, claiming it to be an entirely different virus to what it was in March at the height of the infection (see here and here).
As Michael Konstantinos of Dialogos Media comments,
‘Phase Two of the PLAN-demic is underway, folks. Watch for governments everywhere to slow or stop opening up for business. Some of us predicted this. It’s called the “fire hose” propaganda strategy: keep blasting people with a confusing and constantly changing narrative. Tell people to wear masks, then not to, then tell them to wear them again. Switch the narrative to one of racial tension, then bring the virus narrative back. This could go on for years, and I predict it might, and at each step our civil liberties will be rolled back a little bit at a time until the trap is fully closed around us. I suspect this might lead to closure of summer patios just as they’re opening. Let’s pray that I’m wrong about that!’
France has more or less opened up and there’s been no second wave. Nor for the state of Georgia, either, according to Ron Paul.
Is the ‘Second Wave’ Another Coronavirus Hoax?
Now, after thousands of businesses – many of them black-owned – have been reduced to rubble and innocent people in the inner cities no longer have anywhere to shop for the basic necessities of life, the mainstream media has backed off of its non-stop coverage of the protests.
Suddenly last week, they all simultaneously embraced a new fear story to terrify the masses: a “second wave” of coronavirus was among us. It was targeting those states that dared to “open up” their economies and begin a return to relatively normal lives.
Texas, Florida, and California were singled out to scare the rest of the country into thinking that if you dare leave your homes you will catch coronavirus and die. There was a “spike” in coronavirus “cases” they claimed. Funny, just a month or so ago they were demanding that we massively increase testing, which would produce just that “spike” in coronavirus cases they are now using to scare authorities into reinstating the incredibly destructive stay-at-home orders.
In the county here in Texas that includes Houston, the young judge who somehow seized the power to shut down the third largest city in the United States warns us that she may again shut down Harris County to fight this “second wave” of cases. She even threatened to again pour millions of dollars into a “field hospital” at a Houston football stadium that did not see a single patient in the “first wave” of coronavirus. It’s hard not to wonder which politically-connected companies are reaping millions in contracts for an obviously un-needed hospital. Thousands of hospital beds in Houston are vacant, while cancer patients have been refused their screenings and desperately needed treatments.
As former Congressman David Stockman points out, the actual coronavirus numbers do not in any way support the media assertion that a “second wave” of infection is cresting over Texas. Stockman informs us that in Texas, the “reported infected case rate of 256 per 100,000 is just 10 percent of the real ‘hot spot’ rate of 2,477 per 100,000 in the five boroughs of New York City; and its mortality rate of 6.2 per 100,000 population is just 3 percent of New York City’s 196 per 100,000 rate.”
There are no “hot spots” in Texas. It’s just more media hype.
It’s funny that they don’t dare mention Georgia, which has also opened its economy and has seen no “spike” at all.
The same people who were demanding more testing are now screaming that we must shut the economy down again because these tests – which are notoriously unreliable – are showing more coronavirus cases. This is a disease that 99.9 percent of the people who are infected with survive! But 40 million people out of work and the thousands of lives that will end due to the shutdown are never mentioned.
There is something else going on here and it is in no way related to public health.
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