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.
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.
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:
- The pandemic exposed the corruption, immorality and indoctrination in our educational system at all levels.
- The pandemic exposed the greed and excessive tuition costs for a “quality” college education.
- 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).
- The pandemic showed that our Internet infrastructure must be upgraded.
- 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.