Let’s start with the “independent” Wikipedia...
Obviously I’m no good at math, but I think that “90,000” isn’t the same as “17,486” cases (or did the number of total cases drop from 25 January to 3 February?).As of 25 January 2020, approximately 90,000 cases have been confirmed…
The number of severe cases as of 3 February 2020 is 2,298 out of 17,486, with 516 having recovered…
http://archive.is/LJ8dvThe first confirmed death occurred on 9 January and since then, as of 3 February 2020, 362 deaths have been confirmed…
Many of those who died had other conditions such as hypertension, diabetes, or cardiovascular disease that impaired their immune systems…
If we assume that all the 362 deaths happened in the city of Wuhan of an estimated population of 11 million that would mean that 1 person in a city of 30,000 has died.
If we assume that the 362 deaths all happened out of the total Chinese population of 1.4 billion that means that 1 person in a large city (or small country) of 4 million has died.
We have also been made very, very afraid that this hardly deadly virus has spread all over the world, if we assume that all the 362 deaths have died out of a world population of 7.8 billion, this means that 1 person in a country of 21.5 million has died.
Even from just looking at the previous Wikipedia page, we already know that most of those who died had impaired immune systems. This isn’t any different from the common flu, which kills only the elderly or very young or people that are already severely ill…
The symptoms aren’t any different from the “common” flu.
While it’s claimed that this coronavirus is “new” it isn’t extraordinary that viruses mutate (this doesn’t even always make them more “dangerous”).
It’s possible that before the “outbreak” of the media hysteria there had already been coronavirus infections. It’s a certainty that since then the number of coronavirus cases has been overestimated, simply based on symptoms.
In the 2003-2004 SARS (coronavirus) outbreak hysteria, for example, one study reported that among 1460 cases of unexplained respiratory illnesses reported to the CDC, only 2% were laboratory confirmed coronavirus.
In the 2003-2004 SARS (coronavirus) outbreak hysteria, most cases in the USA were attributed to air travel to from Asia. Even in Hong Kong, only 3.4% of the patients died and all were older than 65. So only elderly people died of SARS in 2003-2004.
The following story also gives some nutrition advice…
Vitamin D (in winter)
Zinc: https://www.lewrockwell.com/2020/01/bil ... 137-death/
When I first heard the following, I thought it looks to “good to be true”, but it actually took place!
On 18 October 2019, about 6 weeks before the first illness from the coronavirus was reported in Wuhan China, high-level pandemic simulation exercise of a coronavirus outbreak was staged in New York.
This simulation, Event 201, was hosted by the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security in partnership with the World Economic Forum and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation!
See footage from the simulation with members of the emergency epidemic board, consisting of representatives from major banks, the UN, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Johnson and Johnson, the media and officials from China and America’s CDC, amongst others.
This simulation also includes fabricated news reports that are eerily similar to reports to what currently is shown as “real” news on the coronavirus outbreak.
Thank God for Google and Facebook censoring the “news”, so we don’t read about those ridiculous fear mongering “conspiracy theories”! For example it has been thoroughly “debunked” that the previous event some 6 weeks before the first reported coronavirus case is suspicious!
We should be thankful to Bill Gates et al. for preparing the world for this event...
https://www.politifact.com/facebook-fac ... ut-corona/The Oct. 18 outbreak simulation did happen, and tax records show that the Gates Foundation has supported the Pirbright Institute in the past. The Pirbright Institute owns a patent for a form of coronavirus that could potentially be used as a vaccine to prevent diseases in animals. Pirbright scientists do not currently work on human coronaviruses like the Wuhan strain.
But those disparate facts don’t prove that the Gates Foundation has somehow profited from the most recent outbreak of the coronavirus. If anything, they show that the foundation has funded organizations that work to prevent epidemics.
I would like to add that the following video doesn’t prove that Bill Gates has been advertising vaccines to depopulate the earth, although for a simple guy like me it DOES sound that way.
The following video at TED2010 begins with Bill Gates explaining the horrors of increasing CO2 and that we need to reduce the rise of CO2 in the atmosphere to 0 and why he is so concerned that children do not get vaccinated:
The world today has 6.8 billion people … that’s headed up to about 9 billion. Now if we do a really great job on new vaccines, health care, reproductive health services, we could lower that by perhaps 10 or 15 percent.
Even though I can’t really understand the mainstream explanation that “because” vaccines lower the death rate of children, parents automatically have fewer children, this doesn’t mean that Gates is an evil bastard that plans genocide.
Maybe those wonderful highly intelligent medical quacks scientists could develop a vaccine that can protect us from last year’s coronavirus strain?!?
And like I said at the start of this thread, you should be terrified. There really is an (infectious) epidemic going on that is spreading at a rapid pace. It’s happening all around us, people get more and more stupid to the level that they seem like braindead zombies...
Everywhere around me I can see more and more zombies looking at their smart phone at least once every 10 minutes, unable to communicate, or think for themselves!
See brainwashed Chinese in the metro in Beijing, with their mouth caps, having lost the will to think for themselves and having only attention for the mind numbing propaganda on their portable telescreen (probably on the coronavirus “outbreak”).