The Coronavirus Mathematical Blunder That Plunged The World Into Chaos & Lockdown

Coronavirus Mathematical Blunder

In February, US Covid guru Anthony Fauci predicted the virus was ‘akin to a severe flu’ and would therefore kill around 0.1 percent of people. Then fatality rate predictions were somehow mixed up to make it look ten times WORSE.

When you strip everything else out, the reason for lockdown comes from a single figure: one percent. This was the prediction that Covid, if left unchecked, would kill around one percent of us.

But where did this one percent figure come from? You may find this hard to believe, but this figure emerged by mistake. A pretty major thing to make a mistake about, but that’s what happened.

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The virus was released from the Wuhan lab in October 2019. Almost one year later, the number of dead attributed to the virus is 937,762. The CDC has stated that only 6% of the deaths attributed to COVID-19 did not involve a comorbidity. That means 56,273 deaths worldwide in just under a year if we extrapolate this percentage worldwide.

Top 10 global causes of deaths 2016

The above 2016 world chart puts this into a better perspective. To put it another way: Nearly 1.25 million people are killed in car accidents each year. That means, on average,  auto accidents cause 3,287 deaths per day. (Source: https://www.thewanderingrv.com/car-accident-statistics/)

IF we had been told the truth concerning this pandemic, our economy would not have been trashed for political expediency. IF the intital information was correct, the number of dead would have exceeded the number of “confirmed” cases at this time. IF the information was correct, the world was not prepared to handle this disease. IF the documented treatment of hydroxychloroquine had not been suppressed for political expediency, this “disease” would not have been given a second thought. As an aside, I have to ask why this treatment is available over the counter in Africa (the least impacted continent for infection) but restricted in the US. Keep in mind that the average IQ in sub-Saharan Africa is about 80.

Points to consider for the good:

  1. The pandemic exposed the corruption, immorality and indoctrination in our educational system at all levels.
  2. The pandemic exposed the greed and excessive tuition costs for a “quality” college education.
  3. The pandemic showed us a new business model where people can work out of their homes. This eliminated office space costs, improved productivity in most cases, cut down energy usage and decreased traffic (and associated traffic deaths).
  4. The pandemic showed that our Internet infrastructure must be upgraded.
  5. The pandemic showed that the government will use any measures to subjugate the people and increase their power.

When will the pandemic end? The day after the 2020 election.

David DeGerolamo

      
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6 Responses to The Coronavirus Mathematical Blunder That Plunged The World Into Chaos & Lockdown

  1. Andy says:

    David,
    Thank you for posting this article and your thoughts about it. It is well-written, and makes some very good points, and from the same organization that was FIRST to indicate that the virus was a man-made bioweapon. You make excellent points regarding the corruption that has been exposed, as well as what would be the case IF certain projections had been accurate.

    I am troubled by the constant comparison to influenza, as well as the “comorbidity” statistics. The CDC states that only 6% of cases did not have comorbidity issues, which has caused some people to assume that in 94% of cases people would have died anyway regardless of covid-19, which is a tragic misinterpretation. I wonder if the same thought is given to those who die from influenza, and what the percentage of those that die from influenza who have comorbidities is. Is it also 6%? I don’t know, and I’m not sure where to get this information. But almost 200,000 people have died in the United States wither from or with the Chinese CCP Bioweapon. So 6% of that number is 12,000, which causes people to say “See??? SCAMDEMIC!”.

    For the purposes of argument, let’s say that 50,000 people die from the flu each year. We need to remember that many of these actually die from pnemonia, not the flu, but I digress. 6% of 50,000 is 3,000 people who die from influenza each year without other “comorbidities”, by the same 6% argument. So, regardless of the figures (remembering that I am completely guessing at 6% for the flu & the comorbidity argument) the Chinese CCP Bioweapon is not 10 times worse than the flu, it is 4 times worse.

    The next question is this… would the Chinese CCP Bioweapon death toll be higher if many of the measures had not been taken, such as closing schools (which protect the parents, grandparents and teachers, not necessarily the children), masks (which are at least somewhat effective, obviously not perfectly effective, and no one says otherwise) and “social distancing” which no doubt has saved many, especially the elderly? We don’t do these things, at least not to the same extent, for the fluy. I don’t know. I suspect it would, since we have seen cases and death tolls rise every time the protective measures are relaxed (usually about a 1 month delay for cause and effect).

    But, but, SWEDEN!!! Okay, comparing Sweden to the United States is like comparing a small personal flock of hens to a commercial chicken facility. Different circumstances altogether, and I simply do not accept the comparison, because it is absurd.

    So, some questions cannot be answered, because once you take one road, you cannot go back and take another road. The best we can do is TRY to use as much common sense as possible, and anyone who is vulnerable take additional precautions. That is what we do in my household. We are still alive, and have not gotten sick. Does that prove the point? No, of course not. Do I desperately wish I could get back to work? Sure. Am I willing to risk my vulnerable family members unnecessarily? Absolutely not. Individual decisions. A big part of prepping is being prepared. For something like this. Most were not prepared, and thus MUST continue to work, and thus expose themselves.

    Like you said, this pandemic has pointed out a lot of flaws in our system, demonstrated the corruption of our government, and shown that we can adapt very nicely and become more efficient in the process. I submit that it is our adaptability in a crisis that has contributed to the lower-than-projected death toll as well. The disease, for some, is deadly. So is the flu. So are many other things.

    If we didn’t go to work or the grocery store or school with the flu, not as many people would die from the flu. If we slowed down just a little and didn’t text while driving, not as many people would die in car accidents. If we didn’t let illegal aliens with tuberculosis enter the country and poison the rest of us, fewer people would die from tb. Etc.

    It was a good article (Great Game India), with flaws. Your points regarding the article, and the pandemic, are dead on, except I am not sure the pandemic will be over the day after the election. We’ll know soon enough.

    • DRenegade says:

      If the pandemic is over after the election, we will know that our worst fears concerning how evil the government is were well founded and even worse than we thought. I did some research concerning the CDC numbers for seasonal flu a while ago and their estimates were based on unfounded projections. I have no issue saying that I was wrong, was mislead or half right. As of now, the initial projections were not even close to what happened. Remember “two more weeks”. I strongly believe that the virus has been politicized in an election year. The lessons learned from Sweden and Africa should be considered as part of our solution. However this virus pans out, I see no way out from massive civil unrest to overthrow the government.

      • Andy says:

        “If the pandemic is over after the election, we will know that our worst fears concerning how evil the government is were well founded and even worse than we thought.”

        I’ll just leave this here: William J. Casey: “We’ll know our disinformation program is complete when everything the American public believes is false.”

        “As of now, the initial projections were not even close to what happened.”

        No doubt. I do believe that, had we done nothing, the resulting infections and death would have been much closer to projections. The projections changed dramatically after stopping all travel from China & Europe, plus shutting everything down. I firmly believe that President Trump did the right thing, given what he was told and sans any realistic information to the contrary at that time. We’ll never know how many lives he saved… he was presented with two desperately terrible choices, and I believe he did the best he could. The choice he believed he was faced with was the death of millions, which you cannot recover from, or the death of the economy, which can be recovered. Which is more important? In retrospect, I would have made the same choice.

        “Remember “two more weeks”. I strongly believe that the virus has been politicized in an election year.”

        No doubt in my mind about that. Heads need to roll, and the “leaders” need to know that heads will roll if this continues. The question is, will they?

        “However this virus pans out, I see no way out from massive civil unrest to overthrow the government.”

        So, I was talking about this possibility with she-who-must-be-obeyed last night, and one thing that keeps entering my mind… considering the level of unrest we are being shown, how much is really there? We see video after video repeated in a loop on the Fox News, Breitbart, etc., but it seems that much is repeated… the same fires, the same scenes, over and over. Gaslighting? Portland -- is it widespread, or just in a few city blocks near the federal building? Atlanta -- was it widespread, or just near the Wendy’s where the criminal was shot by police?

        I watch this stuff, and find myself becoming very angry. Is that their goal? If it is, it’s working. No matter how much, or how little violence and destruction there is, there is no question that I am being manipulated to feel angry. The question is why. And that brings up your comment above, about massive civil unrest. I think this has been their goal, but so far, it has been (or appears to have been) sporadic. If it was really real, wouldn’t be be already looking at hundreds, or thousands of deaths? Are they trying to trigger an overreaction? Again, why?

        • DRenegade says:

          Good questions. I do not watch any television so I do not see their coverage. I do see the civil unrest and a large majority of the cities are not covered. I have to wonder how Lancaster, PA was able to quickly muster a protest at their police station today over a justified shooting. I know Lancaster and it is a small city. You have to dig to see the unrest in the large cities. You also have to dig to see the people who are fomenting civil unrest are being bused into their cities. I wish we could follow the money but they are hiding it well.

        • a follower says:

          i firmly believe that unrest,anger,hatred,fear is the crop that they sow. we are being steered.
          Day after day,week after week,month after month ,and yes, year after year we (who have been awake) have seen the repetition of the same articles, the same and common thoughts, the same feelings of foreboding.
          They are trying to trigger overreactions. They are trying and accomplishing divisions. People are lashing others for not seeing and agreeing with each other 100%. Immediately lashing out at each other and calling names etc. is no way to begin to understand or work together. (How many times have we done this or witnessed this on the web?) Does this carry on into our lives outside of this web?
          People(many) are no longer asking each other, they are telling each ‘other,’ on no certain terms.
          So who are they? The spirits within us, i believe that evil is and has been afoot, we can see it more clearly now.
          Things once again seem to be coming to a head.
          Anger,
          What we do with it and how we react because of it (How we manage it,) is something we need to get or have under control.
          For myself i believe i am getting better at this with much help from above.

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