More non-virus causal factors in “epidemic cases”—hospitals

by Jon Rappoport

March 31, 2020

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As my long-time readers know, since 1987 in my investigations of fake epidemics, I’ve deployed the strategy of finding actual causes of illness and death that have nothing to do with the latest and greatest hype about a “new virus” creating widespread harm.

In other words, I show there is no need to invoke a novel and unproven virus, in order to explain the so-called epidemic effects.

I have been doing that all along during this false COVID pandemic (full archive here).

In today’s episode of medical worshipers go crazy and virus fakery, let’s go to the hospitals to find yet more NON-VIRUS causes of illness and death in supposed “coronavirus patients.”

Three questions:

If hospitals are overwhelmed with patients, as night follows day it must be the coronavirus. Right?

WRONG.

If patients are on breathing ventilators, as night follows day their problem must be the coronavirus. Right?

WRONG.

If patients are being put on ibuprofen, as night follows day their problem must be the coronavirus. Right?

WRONG.

Before I explain what “wrong” means in each instance, an overview of hospital care in the US is instructive. The reference is Journal of the American Medical Association, July 26, 2000, Dr. Barbara Starfield, a revered public health expert at the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health. Starfield’s review was: “Is US Health Really the Best in the World?” She blows the whistle on her own elite colleagues and vast numbers of other medical providers. Among her findings:

Annual number of deaths caused by mistreatment and errors in US hospitals: 119,000.

This should give pause for thought. Instead of blithely assuming that so-called coronavirus patients who die in hospitals are dying from the virus, consider the effects of care IN the hospitals.

Now let’s get to the three questions I asked above. What about overwhelmed hospitals? Surely, this must mean coronavirus cases are the cause, right? What else could it be? Overwhelmed hospitals are a new phenomenon, paralleling the rise of COVID, right?

Here, from Time magazine, is a sample report from 2018, long BEFORE COVID supposedly emerged. “Hospitals overwhelmed by flu patients are treating them in tents”:

“The 2017-2018 influenza epidemic is sending people to hospitals and urgent-care centers in every state, and medical centers are responding with extraordinary measures: asking staff to work overtime, setting up triage tents, restricting friends and family visits and canceling elective surgeries, to name a few.”

“’We are pretty much at capacity, and the volume is certainly different from previous flu seasons’,” says Dr. Alfred Tallia, professor and chair of family medicine at the Robert Wood Johnson Medical Center in New Brunswick, New Jersey. ‘I’ve been in practice for 30 years, and it’s been a good 15 or 20 years since I’ve seen a flu-related illness scenario like we’ve had this year’.”

“Tallia says his hospital is ‘managing, but just barely,’ at keeping up with the increased number of sick patients in the last three weeks. The hospital’s urgent-care centers have also been inundated, and its outpatient clinics have no appointments available.”

“The story is similar in Alabama, which declared a state of emergency last week in response to the flu epidemic. Dr. Bernard Camins, associate professor of infectious diseases at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, says that UAB Hospital cancelled elective surgeries scheduled for Thursday and Friday of last week to make more beds available to flu patients.”

“’We had to treat patients in places where we normally wouldn’t, like in recovery rooms,’ says Camins. ‘The emergency room was very crowded, both with sick patients who needed to be admitted and patients who just needed to be seen and given [toxic] Tamiflu’.”

“In California, which has been particularly hard hit by this season’s flu, several hospitals have set up large ‘surge tents’ outside their emergency departments to accommodate and treat flu patients. Even then, the LA Times reported this week, emergency departments had standing-room only, and some patients had to be treated in hallways.”

“The Lehigh Valley Health System in Allentown, Pennsylvania, set up a similar surge tent in its parking lot on Monday, in response to an increase in patients presenting with various viral illnesses, including norovirus, respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) and the flu. ‘We’ve put it into operation a couples times now over the last few days,’ said a hospital spokesperson. ‘I think Tuesday we saw upwards of about 40 people in the tent itself’.”

“Many hospitals are also encouraging visitors to stay away. Kaiser Permanente Los Angeles Medical Center announced last week that it was temporarily restricting visits from children 14 and under and anyone with flu symptoms. ‘This measure is to prevent unnecessary spread of influenza and to protect you, our patients, and our staff,’ the health system posted on Facebook.”

“Loyola University Health System in Chicago—which set a hospital flu-activity record of 190 confirmed cases between January 7 and 13—has also instituted similar visitor restrictions, although a spokesperson for the hospital says it’s a standard precaution for flu season. Loyola also requires all employees to receive a mandatory flu shot, a policy it started in 2009.”

“In Fenton, Missouri, SSM Health St. Clare Hospital has opened its emergency overflow wing, as well as all outpatient centers and surgical holding centers, to make more beds available to patients who need them. Nurses are being ‘pulled from all floors to care for them,’ says registered nurse Jennifer Braciszewski, and are being offered an increased hourly rate to work above and beyond their normal schedules. Many nurses have also become sick, however, so the staff is also short-handed…”

—All this, before 2019. Before the “epidemic.”

You can find other stories of such hospital problems. In Italy, for example, before the “epidemic,” the waiting lists for hospital appointments could stretch out for months—revealing the whole system was heavily stressed, already overburdened, and short-staffed before the latter part of 2019.

Second question: If patients are on breathing ventilators, as night follows day their problem must be the coronavirus. Right?

Not necessarily. For example, what about potential adverse effects of the ventilators themselves? From the US National Institutes of Health, here is a list of those effects. As you read them, keep in mind that many hospital patients entering the wards already have pneumonia (and, of course, breathing problems):

“One of the most serious and common risks of being on a ventilator is pneumonia. The breathing tube that’s put in your airway can allow bacteria to enter your lungs. As a result, you may develop ventilator-associated pneumonia (VAP).”

“The breathing tube also makes it hard for you to cough. Coughing helps clear your airways of lung irritants that can cause infections.”

“VAP is a major concern for people using ventilators because they’re often already very sick. Pneumonia may make it harder to treat their other disease or condition [like PNEUMONIA].”

“…Using a ventilator also can put you at risk for other problems, such as:
* Pneumothorax (noo-mo-THOR-aks). This is a condition in which air leaks out of the lungs and into the space between the lungs and the chest wall. This can cause pain and shortness of breath, and it may cause one or both lungs to collapse.
* Lung damage. Pushing air into the lungs with too much pressure can harm the lungs.
* Oxygen toxicity. High levels of oxygen can damage the lungs.”
“These problems may occur because of the forced airflow or high levels of oxygen from the ventilator.”

“Using a ventilator also can put you at risk for blood clots and serious skin infections. These problems tend to occur in people who have certain diseases and/or who are confined to bed or a wheelchair and must remain in one position for long periods…”

Third question: can ibuprofen cause problems?

From drugs.com, here is a list of adverse effects from Advil:

“Advil can increase your risk of fatal heart attack or stroke, especially if you use it long term or take high doses, or if you have heart disease. Even people without heart disease or risk factors could have a stroke or heart attack while taking this medicine.”
“Do not use this medicine just before or after heart bypass surgery (coronary artery bypass graft, or CABG).”
“Advil may also cause stomach or intestinal bleeding, which can be fatal. These conditions can occur without warning while you are using ibuprofen, especially in older adults.”
“You should not use Advil if you are allergic to ibuprofen, or if you have ever had an asthma attack [breathing problems] or severe allergic reaction after taking aspirin or an NSAID.”
“Ask a doctor or pharmacist if it is safe for you to take this medicine if you have:
* heart disease, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, diabetes, or if you smoke;
* a history of heart attack, stroke, or blood clot;
* a history of stomach ulcers or bleeding;
* asthma;
* liver or kidney disease;
* fluid retention; or
* a connective tissue disease such as Marfan syndrome, Sjogren’s syndrome, or lupus.”
“Taking Advil during the last 3 months of pregnancy may harm the unborn baby.Do not use this medicine without a doctor’s advice if you are pregnant.”
“It is not known whether ibuprofen passes into breast milk or if it could affect a nursing baby. Ask a doctor before using this medicine if you are breastfeeding.”

NOTE: Antiviral drugs, given to many people diagnosed with COVID, have serious toxic adverse effects.

Getting the picture? It isn’t always the reason a person COMES to hospital which causes the worst problem. It can be what happens IN the hospital, including death. Unrelated to any purported COVID virus. And yet, the increased illness or death would be written up as a “coronavirus case.”


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SOURCES:

* https://time.com/5107984/hospitals-handling-burden-flu-patients/

* https://www.lastampa.it/esteri/la-stampa-in-english/2018/01/19/news/wait-list-mismanagement-reveals-corruption-in-italy-s-public-health-care-system-1.33969346

* https://www.nhlbi.nih.gov/health-topics/ventilatorventilator-support

* https://www.texastribune.org/2018/01/11/flu-levels-rise-texas-officials-advise-public-be-aware/

* https://medicalxpress.com/news/2017-01-french-hospitals-overwhelmed-flu-epidemic.html

* https://www.drugs.com/advil.html


Jon Rappoport

The author of three explosive collections, THE MATRIX REVEALED, EXIT FROM THE MATRIX, and POWER OUTSIDE THE MATRIX, Jon was a candidate for a US Congressional seat in the 29th District of California. He maintains a consulting practice for private clients, the purpose of which is the expansion of personal creative power. Nominated for a Pulitzer Prize, he has worked as an investigative reporter for 30 years, writing articles on politics, medicine, and health for CBS Healthwatch, LA Weekly, Spin Magazine, Stern, and other newspapers and magazines in the US and Europe. Jon has delivered lectures and seminars on global politics, health, logic, and creative power to audiences around the world. You can sign up for his free NoMoreFakeNews emails here or his free OutsideTheRealityMachine emails here.

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80 comments on “More non-virus causal factors in “epidemic cases”—hospitals

  1. J A says:

    Pretty good. And, still people are saying this is totally real. I showed one of Jon’s articles to some people, and they dismissed it as conspiracy crap. It’s sad. They also told me that Fauci was more of an expert than Jon. This country is messed up.

    • Leo says:

      Not just this country. Pretty much this whole damn world.

    • deep says:

      Oh thou of little faith.

      Have thou not heard with thine ears? The peasants require priests to interpret the Lord Merck’s medical literature to thine ears.

      No evidence shall be required, rather, only the doctor/priest shall be qualified to read from thou holy book of thine prophet Phizer. Have you not heard the good news? Only thine clergy can save.

      A mere peasant is not qualified to examine ‘evidence’. Pfft. Our holy white coats perform many miracles!

      Thou shalt not follow the old ways. Controlled laboratory experimentation, consisting of reproducible, verifiable evidence is the old era. We, the enlightened, have moved beyond such archaic scientific requirements into the new realm of unverified erudition; only our, being our, white coat clerics have been trained in our mysterious ways.

      Though shalt follow or perish! Thus is the word of the good Lord Merck, and his holy prophet Phizer.

      • ellysa says:

        Brilliant Deep tnx with a big grin

      • Alan says:

        On a serious note, the germ theory is idolatry, cult worship, for believing in germs and especially the god-like virus being more powerful than the apex of God’s creation.

        And on social media we see display of blind faith by attendees of state-sanctioned socialist churches who claim that God will deliver them from this tribulation, as long as they maintain faith in a long deceased saint unjustly executed by their own religious establishment. What they do not understand is that, said delivery can only be realized by our taking personal responsibility and repenting from this idolatry of the germ cult, and learning the truth (pleomorphism) which reveals (one aspect of) God’s love through His design of the human body. Christ taught us how to live, to meet and vanquish evil, not to just sit and wait for salvation from above.

        That said, in a sense said display of blind faith is not entirely useless, as it at least gives me a chance to chime in and give a lecture, which represents one opportuity for them to wake up.

    • Deanna Johnston Clark says:

      Amazing Polly completely exposes this panel, Fauci and all. They are pharma mafia going way back. The head of WHO is the genocidal head of Ethiopian health who murdered by deliberate neglect whole groups in that country. This stinks to the sky….
      I can only hope Pres. Trump is playing along temporarily until they make their own huge mistakes…like the impeachment.

      • Bill says:

        Trump and Q understand (and have quoted Sun Tzu (The Art of War) “Appear weak when you are strong and strong when you are weak.”
        Trump…”Oh my!!! You people have been right all along!!!… while in the background…criminals are being set up and rounded up!!!
        When he seams like he’s “coming around” it makes the enemy less cautious and they expose themselves!!!

    • The Watchman says:

      Fauci shouldn’t always be believed. Ana Laura Palomino García and Prof Michel Chossudovsky had a great article about his contradicitons. This article along with Jon’s is linked today @
      https://nothingnewunderthesun2016.com/

    • M.J. Fuller says:

      I know what you mean. My brother has the same reaction. He bows down to the CDC. He pooh poohs Jon because “he’s a follower of Alex Jones.” (Of course he doesn’t know that, but so what?) I can’t talk to my brother anymore. He lives in the CNN/MSNBC bubble and all attempts to get through to him have failed. Now I give up. I can’t believe he was spawned from the same parents as me.

    • Moshe Sopher says:

      Dr Anthony Fauci is more of a lying expert than anyone else.

      Jon checks his facts thoroughly by referencing them from scholarly peer reviewed sources and gets accurate information from experts personally known tp him in medicine and life sciences who are better than Anthony Fauci where the subject is concerned and above all they’re honest.

      Kudos, Jon.

  2. Mark says:

    Hi Jon.
    If this were an episode of “Law and Order”…
    The District Attorney, the champion of the people would say,
    ” I object… facts not in evidence regarding a virus that is out of control.”
    IF ONLY it was television…
    Thanks for the truth… now all we need is some justice.
    Thanks for being the champion of the people in reality.
    We all appreciate it.

  3. Rick in Phoenix AZ says:

    Jon, your train of thought today reminded me of something I ran across a few years ago that shocked me… How George Washington died. He didn’t die of what he had… he died of the TREATMENT that was meant to fix him.

    search: how george washington died
    result:
    Did bloodletting kill George Washington?
    George Washington was bled to death by doctors who were treating him for a cold. Bloodletting was a common medical practice at the time in order to remove “dirty blood,” when in reality it only weakens the patient. Half or more of his blood was removed within a few hours.

    George Washington | Crazy Facts
    crazyfacts.com/tag/george-washington/
    See all results for this question

  4. Christian Beck says:

    Great stuff! I miss the Tuesday night report on Roy’s show. Thanks again Jon!

  5. From Quebec says:

    Luke 8:17

    For nothing is hidden that will not be made manifest, nor is anything secret that will not be known and come to light.

    THE Bible IS AWAY RIGHT.

    GOOD JOB JON.

    • Alan says:

      The bible is always right … for the people who can interpret it correctly …

      The latter clause is the difficult part.

      • za ka lu says:

        etymology of Bible is Babel, or hebrew BBL, meaning confusion

        traces of truth buried in lies, toxic cocktail of confusion—plays into the ‘order out of chaos’ ideology–

        so who can interpret it correctly?

        • Eric says:

          Bible means book. It’s called the Holy Bible, people shorten it to just “bible”. The Holy Bible (1611 KJV) is the word of the ALMIGHTY GOD.

          I’m afraid you’re the one who’s been drinking that toxic cocktail of confusion.

    • za ka lu says:

      From Quebec,

      how I interpret the Luke verse in reference is that which is hidden will no longer feel the need to hide. The Beast will show itself without concern of being seen, when its power has been made so manifest as to be implemented.

      The verse does not mean that the bad guy in hiding will be found, caught and brought to justice. Quite the opposite, the good guy has been conquered.

  6. Allen says:

    As an aside let’s consider the flu vaccine. The industry tells us it works about 45% of the time. Forgetting that sellers of items usually over inflate the value of that item let’s take it at face value. Let’s even up it to 55%.

    Imagine going to an auto dealer and the salesman tells you that “this car will really get you where you need to go- 55% of the time.” Would you buy that car? Of course not would you?

    And of course the likelihood that that car functions even 55% of the time as promised by the car salesman is unlikely and a car of that caliber is also likely to break down altogether in the not so distant future from point of purchase.

    Now imagine after this happens going back to the same car dealer year after year.

    I don’t mean to compare a shifty car salesmen to the Pharmaceutical Industry as those slick salesmen selling autos are far more honorable.

    Good report BTW.

    • tony bonn says:

      one of the reasons it may not always be efficacious – besides being wholly unnecessary – is that there are many strains of the so-called virus. the vaccines only target influenza a and b.

      anyone who gets a vaccine needs his head examined.

    • Rob says:

      Well said Allen. However, if you dig a little deeper what the CDC is actually stating is that the flu vaccine has only a 45% chance of being effective. The actual rate of reported prevention is in the 10% range making it essentially worthless and certainly not worth taking the risk of experiencing the side effects.

  7. BoogeymanSlayer says:

    My late boyfriend was hospitalized numerous times and it was common to see him full of tubes of all kinds and sometimes even be on a ventilator for his heart disease. It always makes it appear that they are “doing something” to help. It always looked scary.

  8. tony bonn says:

    I always sensed that the ventilators were a method for killing people, but now I know how. It’s why trump wants them by the tens of thousands.

    Fauci is evil beyond words.

    I am astonished by the number of people who buy this corona crap. the more educated they are, the more they resemble a cheap fiddle being played by a barn dance pro. they are so proud of themselves for being able to parrot what some fool talking head tells them.

    • Greg from Paris says:

      Hi Tony,

      I don’t agree people “buy this crap.” I think many are suspicious, but the vast majority will never express their minds for fear of pissing against the wind.

      Also, there is a psychological block against excepting the narrative as a lie: that would mean putting INTO DOUBT or SUSPECTING all accepted truths. That’s like symbolically killing the father; changing religion; becoming A RENEGADE.

      Very few people can do that, let alone CONCEIVE to do that.

      • tony bonn says:

        I am basing my comments upon what I see published, the beliefs of my co-workers – hence the comment about educated believers, friends, etc. This blog is the only place where I have encountered people who are suspicious or completely contemptuous of the fear mongering and scientific lies. (although I am not that adventurous in visiting other sites as I have neither the time nor interest).

        but I agree that most people’s god is government, and cia controlled news media are their church/temple/house of worship.

        • za ka lu says:

          “IN (their) GOD WE (they) TRUST

          $

          latin definition;

          dollar

          lift, raise; destroy; remove, steal; take/lift up/away;

      • TJ says:

        “Also, there is a psychological block against excepting the narrative as a lie: that would mean putting INTO DOUBT or SUSPECTING all accepted truths. ”

        I agree with this a TON. This is extremely hard for people to do bc it means everything they’ve been told all their life is potentially a lie. Most ppl cannot live with that lack of control.

    • From Quebec says:

      Good lord. Just another Trump hater. You are part of the problem.

      Trump is a good man, HE CARES FOR THE PEOPLE. HIS HEART IS A THOUSAND TIME BIGGER THAN YOURS. YOU KNOW WHO I BLAME. I BLAME YOU, AND EVERYONE ELSE WHO KNOWS ABOUT VENTILATORS BUT WILL NOT TELL HIM THAT THEY ARE BAD. HE IS SURROUNDED BY SWAMP CREATURES. How could that be you may ask, well it is EITHER because THEY do not have the gut to reach TO him,OR THAT they prefer to blame HIM HOPING HE WILL BE TAKEN OUT.

      THE REAL PROBLEM HERE IS NOT THE VIRUS IT IS WORSE THAN THAT
      IT IS THE THE TRUMP DERANGMENT SYMDROM.

      • From Quebec says:

        MY REPLY WAS MENT TO tony bonn
        CAN YOU FIX THIS JON

        • tony bonn says:

          your comment is preposterous. you have no idea what my politics are, but you are so enamored of trump that you project your fantasies on a hero who does not exist. I am definitely no fan of trump but his actions reveal his true character.

          his dependence on fauci, predictions of scare numbers for deaths, worshipping at the wailing wall, closing of the borders (to keep people in), and extension of martial law is clear evidence of where his loyalties lay.

          anyone who believes in democrat-republican or conservative-liberal bifurcations is a nut job.

          how in the world could someone who is allegedly so good surround himself with swamp creatures? why is your hero so weak and incapable of finding good counsel? this is classic schizophrenia. the helpless hero is the archetypical symptom of delusion.

          • From Quebec says:

            YOU ARE SO FULL OF YOURSELF FOR EVERYONE TO SEE.

            WHY YOU ASK? IT IS BECAUSE THERE IS NO GOOD COUNSEL IN THE WHITE HOUSE, AND YOU KNOW IT.

            IF YOU TAKE THE TIME TO SEE WHAT TRUMP HAS DONE IN 3 YEARS TAKE A LOOK AT: https://www.whitehouse.gov/trump-administration-accomplishments/

            THE LIST IS VERY LONG. AND HE DID ALL THIS FOR THE PEOPLE.WHIT NO HELP FROM ANYONE,

            THEY TRIED EVERYTING TO GET IN HIS WAY. BUT HE KEPT GOING AND WON.

            I THINK THAT YOU CAN NOT BELIEVE THAT A MAN WHO IS A BILDER CAN BE A PRESIDENT, i THINK THAT YOU ARE A SNOB.PERSON tHIS IS WAT I THINK OF YOU.
            SORRY IF I HAVE HURT YOUR EGO. BUT THIS IS WHAT I THINK OF YOU.

      • Moshe Sopher says:

        Donald Trump is the false opposition controlled by the Globalists

  9. Simon says:

    News from New Zealand: A West Coast woman in her 70’s who was diagnosed and tested positive for influenza plus an ‘undisclosed’ underlying health condition/s has died. They are now claiming she has since tested positive for coronavirus and so should be counted as the first New Zealand victim of the ‘global pandemic’. It’s embarrassing. The authorities are so desperate to have their very own death they can dubiously attribute to this latest iteration of SARS that they are changing doctors diagnoses.

    The wheels seem to be coming off though, with people testing positive that have not been exposed to any infected people.

    We are paying an extraordinarily high price in the destruction of our whole economy for what is essentially a chest cold.

    • Alan says:

      > The wheels seem to be coming off though, with people testing positive that have not been exposed to any infected people.

      Unfortunately, they’ll just call that a “community outbreak” spread by “asymptotic carriers”.

      Considering the precedence of the entire virus theory being no more than a fictional invention for patching the failed germ theory, this level of lying and writing science fiction for real science should be predictable.

      • za ka lu says:

        alan,

        man has been and are lied to by these vicious invaders about everything, so yes this level of science fiction is very predictable. Man must realize how pervasive the lies are.

  10. Benjamin Martin says:

    Another great piece Jon. I’d like to put forward an idea – you might call it The Perfection of an Age:

    The more things change, the more they stay the same. We may well have progressed into a time whereby despite the feeling and appearance of a complete break with the previous zeitgeist, we have merely intensified our former pattern of societal fluctuations to such an extent that we can no longer recognise the pattern for what it is. Which is to say, we’ve lost ourselves within it.

    The pattern? An Age of psychic infection, whereby an inverse law applies: the less probable the likelihood of a change of circumstances appears, the greater the probability that a change will occur.

    And so with each new set of circumstances, the more ridiculously unlikely appears an alteration of those circumstances. Each new set of circumstances is therefore psychologically proportioned to the one previous, to a degree sufficient to maintain the belief that we have finally reached our final, apocalyptic stage.

    Is this to suggest a conspiracy? Not at all. No power on earth could possibly design such recurrent psychological circumstances. It would be simply, to reiterate, the result of psychic infection, which in turn would form a psychological reaction to the intolerable feeling that the future, minus this sustained illusory pattern, is just a black hole.

    • Eluard says:

      Very interesting, Benjamin. Though some of your terminology got me tangled up at first (early morning before coffee) I think I got your message. Baudrillard wrote about similar situations, these endless feedback loops, giving us more of the same tired visions and “realities.” And no, we can’t really “blame” it on anyone per se, since we’re all creating it, even unconsciously.

      You could point to the Matrix film as well. I saw a vision once of a kind of One-block universe, and we go round and round thinking we’re getting somewhere but we’re not–all basically the same. And that somehow, somewhere in time, we made an error in perception that put us “there.” Here, that is. It does not have to be forever, and it won’t. We have aids and friends now, taking us out of it. We need to have faith, in ourselves at the very least.

      • Benjamin Martin says:

        Glad you liked it! Yes, it definitely has Matrix-like connotations. But our current situation is in some respects quite easy to grasp. For instance, the way we are behaving – with statistical projections causing us to scramble indoors – is exactly like primitive man, who might interpret a bird-call, for instance, as a portent, an omen signifying the necessity of remaining in their cave-dwellings until receiving some signal that the threat had passed.

        It was Heraclitus who introduced the idea of enantiodromia: the phenomenon whereby a state reverts to its exact opposite. And so it seems entirely probable, to me at least, that we have progressed from an age of hyper-rationalism to one of extreme irrationality.

        In such an instance, and taking into account the highly likely possibility of our having reverted to the aforementioned pre-civilised, primitive mindset, the method of statistical projection, forced to essentially adopt the role of self-fulfilling prophesies, would have to align itself with an entirely superstitious mindset if, in an age of irrationality, it is to be interpreted as truly advantageous to the populace and not merely self-defeating and destructive.

  11. DarL says:

    Good article….
    A few weeks before this virus stuff started I was talking to a customer where I worked and his wife had quit the hospital she worked at because the Drs were telling the nurses to NOT TREAT anyone for anything they couldn’t BILL them for. I asked for an example and he replied giving ventilators when needed. This was in February.
    I have a family member who works at same hospital in speech therapy and related outpatient visits. She was laid off while this is going on. The hospitals are losing patients. Less surgeries.
    I suspect people not wanting to go to ER as they might have 2 months ago.
    All this is going to lessen availability of health care. Seems like it will be the way to steer our system to a complete State Run system.
    Insurance companies and Drs are going to be losing money.
    The physical therapy place I go to when needed is really hurting. Their patients have stopped treatment.
    Just my thoughts on some of this.

    • Madness says:

      Just like Bill Gates told on that video. We can lower the population with 10-15% with the help of new vaccines, health care. People’s focus was on new vaccines. Here comes the health care part.

      I found something more frightening, trolls in numbers started to suggest two things.

      1. Test – we know, not reliable – for everyone that we can go back to work. And what if it is a false positive? What if you are negative but next day ‘got infected? Will they test again? No way, but how that make sense then? What if a child is positive, parents can’t back to work?

      Applications to follow who is infected around you.

      Testing is not a benefit or protection, testing is a weapon against you.

      2. Trolls are suggesting that green / amber (yellow) / red zones should be implemented for the security of everyone. Zones mean camps? They went as far as mentioning that during the time of tuberculosis they used sanatoriums for the infected away from the healthy.
      What would it mean? Of course if you are a kind of ‘enemy of the state’ you got red and ends there, I doubt you got a fair chance to come out or even to survive.
      OK, what if your child get red, they take the child away from you? You go together? Can anyone tell what can happen with you there? In the age of expensive organs?

      People must stop this. We should talk about this part of their agenda to let people know what can happen with them.

      As far as I know they already use this green / yellow / red system in China, Japan, South Korea, Iran, Israel and advocating to use it in Europe. I so wish to know more details about it, please?

      • DarL says:

        The test is not our friend. If at all possible do not be tested. It seems it could be set up so that everyone is positive. Or everyone they want to be positive.
        Best thing being locked down is if you have allergy symptoms or a cold to not tell anyone or neighbors will freak out.
        I highly doubt they will strive to keep families together. Unfortunately.
        We have a friend who fell the other day and broke the femur bone in his leg and they did major surgery. No one is allowed to visit him and he may be in Rehab for a few months. How is that going to help people heal when they are in a hospital type setting and can’t have loved ones there?

      • tony bonn says:

        this is truly the end of freedom and it is the end game. there is a rolling martial law in the usa. they are locking everyone in place a few states at a time but it is martial law.

        serfdom and the totalitarian police state are here. it is way too late to do anything although people should be prepared to die to defend their freedoms. I do not want to live in a world like this.

  12. Laura says:

    Basically then, this is a hopeless situation until someone in power and in media decides to become honest. Looks like all these ventilators are being demanded to make certain that the complications and death toll rise and rise as time goes on. dragging out this economy shutdown for what, months? Absolutely hopeless situation.

    At a nearby hospital today I walked by the emergency room where they had several tents up in the parking lot. But they were all empty with a few “scary space-suited” medical types and a security guard or two looking very bored and a couple of masked “patients” lounging on a bench nearby…hardly any cars in the usually full parking lot and NO ambulances there, or coming or going. And this was about 5-6pm, a time when they’re normally fairly busy. I see that similar reports by others across the country are all true.

    Insane, probably the most insane event in human history.
    Here’s what I want to say to Trump:

    Please, President Trump: Make things get back to normal, before it’s far too late. People have got to be able to take care of themselves and loved ones and have their constitutional freedoms. Under Fauci’s self-serving dictates, a mild flu/cold will destroy every good thing you brought about since taking office? Please, just say no, and take decisive action.

    • Janet Waring says:

      I have prayed to the living God for President Trump’s eyes to be fully opened to the truth of coronavirus. May God be glorified through this mess!

      • Laura says:

        Thank you Janet, I’m praying too.

      • Alan says:

        I am also trying to witness to people about this truth. Humanity is reaping the consequences of our faithlessness (for believing that God malevolently created germs to make us sick) and idolatry (for believing in germs and viruses omnipresent and more powerful than the apex of God’s creation).

        What humanity needs is repentance from this faithlessness and idolatry.

  13. TJ says:

    HOnestly…wow. It’s as I suspected, but wow. How in the heck are people believing this thing so easily. The more information that comes out, the more ridiculous they all look but they aren’t even aware of it.

    • DarL says:

      Because a medical crisis is “apolitical”. People don’t see a Dem or Repub issue with this. Remember the cia director that stated back in the 80’s: We will know we have done our job when everything the American people believe is a lie.”

  14. Susan Remer says:

    Excellent point on how many patients are hurt and killed by the medical malpractice and mistakes and neglect in the hospitals every year. I am sure it is much worse than that, but the survivors just suck it up if there is no permanent harm. My husband was in the hospital a month ago for bad vertigo- absolutely no mention of corona virus or what could be causing this sudden onset of debilitating dizziness (I got hit 10 days later, but not as bad). Amazingly, his doctor prescribed him Ibuprofen for the associated pain — now we are hearing that good ol’ MOtrin has lethal side effects for some people. Wow- Kill my husband rather than get him hooked on Tylenol 3. You know, they are launching 5g in satellites, too. Crikey.

    I live across the street from the only hospital in a city of 55,000 people in Michigan. Now that I am thinking about it, I haven’t heard very many ambulance sirens, certainly no more than usual. If that many people were crammed into the hospitals in the 2017-2018 flu season, I never heard about it. And what’s with this ventilator shortage “crisis” really about? I am afraid they are making them to keep “terminal” people alive long enough for leisurely organ/tissue/blood harvesting. How is that for Hegelian paranoia? Converting a big hotel in CHicago into a 3000-bed facility with all those hospitals? Gov.1/2-Whitmer here in Michigan has relaxed all the rules for adding space for patient overflow. Big Mama will take care of us all, so don’t worry, be happy…

  15. lamberth says:

    Thanks Jon for keeping at this, exposing this con job.

    Your previous “People dying equals Coronavirus? An engineered virus?” was brilliant. Covered all the bases, both past and present.
    Compulsive reading for anyone that needs a handle on this whole thing.
    To see it for the PsyOp it is.

  16. roman says:

    thank You for your investigative work! sharing

  17. Greg from Paris says:

    Everyone, do you remember THE AIDS epidemics? THE VIRUS which kept SEVERAL generations IN FEAR? which wrecked our young adult or young adolescent lives, maintaining us in constant anxiety, suspicion, and despair?

    Please read Jon’s book AIDS, inc, or watch his excellent and informative documentary available on the below link.

    THE PCR diagnostic test was invented DURING THE AIDS time.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s92fSaZv150&t=5850s&frags=pl%2Cwn

    • tony bonn says:

      yes and what is most astonishing is that youtube has/had a documentary from the 1990s featuring dr duesberg who was at the forefront in exposing the hiv fraud, in which he mentioned fauci. my jaw nearly dropped.

      fauci is evil beyond words. he is the most vile criminal scum on the face of the earth after the rothschilds and rockefellers.

  18. Peter says:

    Most people are not trained in statistical analysis. Which happens to be #1 discipline to understand this “pandemic” or any other epidemic. We have very large numbers here – “statistically significant”. So, in Lombardy and Madrid there is roughly 1,000x higher mortality per 100,000 pop. than in the group of about 30 countries (without India and Africa), which are spread across many geographical locations, from poor to rich. This group of countries together have 1.4 billion population. Can any natural virus be THAT bad in a particular location? And be 1,000 less deadly in all other locations? Spain and Italy are high in life expectancy which could in theory explain high death rates. But HK, Japan and Singapore have even longer life expectancy. Australia, Israel and South Korea are only slightly behind. Lombardy and Madrid are also NOT leaders in population density. Lombardy and Madrid are not outliers in the combination of the two: high density of old population as Singapore, HK, Tokyo, Seoul and Israel beat them in this regard.
    Italy and Spain do NOT have largest populations of “overseas” Chinese. To the contrary, countries which have the most overseas Chinese have very low COVID mortality rates (USA exception):
    Thailand 9.3M
    Malaysia 6.6M
    Indonesia 2.8M
    Singapore 2.5M
    Canada 1.7M
    Australia 1.2M
    S. Korea 1M
    Japan 922K
    Italy? 320K
    Spain? 216K

    So what could explain the GIGANTIC outlier mortality of Italy and Spain? Its not how the virus spreads, its not old age, its not infected Chinese…
    HUMAN LABELING perhaps?
    Well, you can easily label corona deaths in thousands, esp. if you have shitty infection tests, but you can also label other causes.
    This way, one-thousand times difference can be easily achieved.

    The other point. All viruses are sensitive to UV radiation. If its a real virus, it should kill more in Northern regions: Canada, Norway, Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Poland, Estonia. But no, it kills 30x less in Norway than in Italy and 200x less in Poland than in Spain.

  19. Greg says:

    Now BBC (fake) news is avoiding saying things like “died from covid”. Now they seem to say “we have more deaths”, “corona related deaths”.

  20. kai says:

    I think iatrogenic deaths from CORRECT treatment exceeds that by incorrect treatment by 100+% 250k to 110k.

  21. Richard Herbin says:

    Here’s a good YouTube video reinforcing Jon’s take on the shamdemic and adding some juicy tidbits.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hdBt-kaIsOs

  22. deep says:

    ““The Lehigh Valley Health System in Allentown, Pennsylvania, set up a similar surge tent in its parking lot on Monday, in response to an increase in patients presenting with various viral illnesses, including norovirus, respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) and the flu. ‘We’ve put it into operation a couples times now over the last few days,’ said a hospital spokesperson. ‘I think Tuesday we saw upwards of about 40 people in the tent itself’.”

    Lol, I used to live there (Allentown is easily the most corrupt place in that state). Every year this hospital (along with the 20 drug stores in a 5 mile radius), would have these ridiculous ‘flu shot’ campaigns with tents set-up.

    No, they weren’t actually treating SICK PEOPLE in the tents, rather they would have old people drive up to the tent area (drive-through) to get s SHOT in their arm.

    No self-respecting hospital is actually treating people in a tent-city. It was a public-relations/propaganda campaign to get old people to get flu shots. Period.

    Everytime I drove by was MAYBE one or two cars, but most of the time, none; no-one cared. Seems the same with this ‘epidemic’. I drove by my local hospital yesterday, practically no cars in the entire lot. No-one is filling up these hospitals except in the imagination of creative press releases.

    • Rick in Phoenix AZ says:

      Just as a fun aside– Billy Joel’s Allentown– where they shut all the fac-tor-ies down.(Karaoke… so you can see the lyrics + original recording with BJoel vocal).
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bbWbrM2m8SQ

      Parody could replace Al-len-town with A-mer-i-ca
      Living “here” in Al-len-town…
      Living in … A-mer-i ca (leave out “here”)

  23. Rick in Phoenix AZ says:

    I just discovered a fantastic youtube by a self-proclaimed expert that is FUN to listen to and very very well done– and short enough to be watchable (10 minutes)

    You CAN’T catch Corona Virus
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D9E_yAp0xx0&
    KEY POINTS

    You CAN’T catch a virus.

    A virus is created by a cell.

    The only way to get a virus into you is to have it INJECTED into your bloodstream.

    The human BODY knows when it’s a good time to clean itself from CLIMATE changes… people go through VIRAL DETOX seasonally in a geographic area.

    Bacteria lives…bacterial infections are possible but CORONA is a virus… not a bacteria and is NOT alive.

    Can’t get AVIAN flu or any other flu because viruses do not jump species, nor members within a species, through the air by coughing or touching or close proximity.

    A virus is SPECIFIC to specific CELLS in the body… so because a virus is NOT TRANSMISSABLE in the body… even between different cells.

    A virus is a SOLVENT… When a virus is active, you feel sick… because your cells are prompted to get rid of lots of TOXIC waste… If there is too much toxic waste, it can damage a cell or even kill a cell.

    A common COLD is BACTERIAL… the flu is an INTERNAL VIRUS… no such thing as EXTERNALLY surviving viruses other than in vaccines. Taking vaccines is dangerous on this count alone. Don’t do it. The current Corona Virus vaccine push is a trick. You’d better figure that out yourself and fast.

    Rick’s CoronaVirusHoax Webpage…
    https://coronavirushoax.blogspot.com/2020/04/you-cant-catch-corona-virus.html

    • tony bonn says:

      thank you thank you thank you for the summary – I don’t have time to watch videos and the material is fantastic, concurring with information I have gotten from greenmedinfo.com

      • tony bonn says:

        I took the time to watch the video. it is worth its bit count in gold – it is extremely cogent, and its presenter exceptionally articulate. as I said, I normally do not have time to watch these things, but you will not waste your time watching this one.

    • Eluard says:

      Yes, Rick I posted that video yesterday, it’s well done. I wonder if J.B. would address what he says about colds being bacterial. He implied that bacterial infections, unlike viruses, CAN BE transmitted person to person. Any thoughts on that J.B.? Others?

      • Rtp says:

        A self replicating pathogen is not mathematically possible because of the absence of negative feedbacks.

        So bacteria cannot cause disease any more than viruses can.

    • J.B. says:

      He claims that bacterial and fungal infections can be contagious. This is false. Bacteria and fungus are scavengers. Just as a virus does not eat living wood, neither does bacteria feed upon healthy living tissue. Just because they are alive does not mean they are contagious.

      Also, I have complete a presentation on these subjects here: https://youtu.be/MtWYQS3LFlE

  24. Invisible Man says:

    As a handy reference, here’s a list of experts criticizing the Corona Panic:

    https://off-guardian.org/2020/03/24/12-experts-questioning-the-coronavirus-panic/

    And ten more:

    https://off-guardian.org/2020/03/28/10-more-experts-criticising-the-coronavirus-panic/

    You can’t claim we are in the grip of a pandemic when you simply ignore or silence every single expert who denies it. That’s not journalism, it’s propaganda.

  25. NHNE says:

    If I am understanding viruses correctly, viruses are simply a non-living material, I would liken it to a gelatin capsule, one may put whatever into the capsule, using it as a method of introduction of the contents into the system/digestives tract., and of course vaccines. The public has a very poor understanding of what a “virus” is. I have noticed much is being scrubbed in regards to this information in medical journals.
    Can you speak to this?

  26. Protestant says:

    You are absolutely right: news today said that a 97-year-old WW2 veteran “died in hospital after testing positive for coronavirus”.

    A few commenters asked awkward questions like, “But what did he actually die of?” and “Why was he in hospital in the first place?”

    “Coronavirus, obviously!” insisted one.
    Really?

  27. Peter says:

    BRITISH COLUMBIA – Email from my daughter – here is what she wrote

    Things are getting crazier and crazier, I went to the store yesterday what a huge mistake. People are really turning on each other, and I dared to use cash… like whoa way to start an uproar.

    I feel like this is becoming the new normal, I keep thinking about how it just takes 21 days to create new habits… or completely brain wash society. It’s the perfect environment, keep people inside scared and looking to the news all day for answers. I am so tired of the sideway looks and it is making me want to completely retreat from people, but at the same time it makes me angry that everyone is such sheep they follow along with this scam. And I suppose in that way I am also doing my part by withdrawing.

    We watched the news for a half an hour this morning, it is really disturbing me the talk on the vaccine, I think they are planning to keep us in this state until it’s developed. And like you said it will be mandatory to get out, or unless you can prove you have immunity (ie you had the Coronavirus and recovered and can get doctors to confirm)

    I feel a bit lost to be honest, I am also feeling like I am being asked to evolve my thinking very quickly and evolve how I am going to continue doing business. It’s tough.

  28. Rune says:

    See the below link documentting shocking fake news coverage on the Coronavirus

    https://youtu.be/5pIMD1enwd4

  29. Kev says:

    Is there a link to the Time magazine article Jon references?

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