Coronavirus and Climate Change - #PropagandaWatch

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It's silent. Invisible. It's spreading everywhere. It's going to kill us all. We have to take extraordinary measures to combat it. Coronavirus? No, silly! CO2. But it's not me making the comparison. Find out what the climate schemers and technocrat dreamers have in mind for humanity, and how it's reflected in the post-virus world in this week's edition of #PropagandaWatch.

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  1. colosseum says:


    I bet not even in your wildest immagination could you envisage such a sickening connection:

    • manbearpig says:

      Beat me to it! I was gonna repeat the obvious: In both cases Humans are the enemy! (echos of the club of rome’s limits of growth reinforced by grumbling thunder and flashes of foreboding lighting in the background…)

      Boy that was clear in the way everyone was peeking sideways at each other in the streets, pharmacies and grocery stores this morning as the bravest scrambled to acquire staple necessities before the total lockdown at noon today. Twice as many folks wearing more or less sophisticated masks and the others with their noses tucked into their collars and scarves skirting with nervous annoyance the inconvenient presence of the others, zealously respecting the 1-meter sanitary safety distance away from each other. Great ambiance! The French are very disciplined and obedient. Quite the opposite of the image they have of themselves. With, of course, notable exceptions (i.e. unruly yellow vests)

      Aside from that it’s a beautiful, warm spring day, the kids are laughing and playing outside and my son still thinks he’s on vacation!

    • mkey says:

      Could propaganda become even more blatant? This is worthy of Monty Python.

    • Mielia says:

      yeah, it’s bbb, one of numerous channels and fb pages that are part of the “funk” network, the youth-online endeavor by the German state media

      what I found curious, that the text
      Coronavirus can trigger a new industrial revolution
      is by economics editor of Sky News
      and Sky news usually features opponents to the climate scare

      so the start seems to be a cynic or pseudo-empathic take with the “opposition”
      “Don’t take this the wrong way but if you were a young, hardline environmentalist looking for the ultimate weapon against climate change, you could hardly design anything better than coronavirus.
      Unlike most other such diseases, it kills mostly the old who, let’s face it, are more likely to be climate sceptics. It spares the young.”

  2. manbearpig says:

    Boy I saw this corona/climate connection claptrap barreling at 200 mph straight at us like a Mack Truck.
    At least have the satisfaction of having evoked this silliness over the last 2-3 weeks with most of my students, of both the business and university variety before we were destined never to meet again…
    Such visible strings in this paradigm-changing propaganda puppet show…
    Only one thing left to do;

    make cupcakes.

  3. danscaf says:

    I am currently re-reading Dr. Mary’s Monkey by Edward T. Haslam as a reminder of the interconnectedness of larger agendas. Here’s the outline: “The 1964 murder of a nationally known cancer researcher sets the stage for this gripping exposé of medical professionals enmeshed in covert government operations over the course of three decades. Following a trail of police records, FBI files, cancer statistics, and medical journals, this revealing book presents evidence of a web of medical secret-keeping that began with the handling of evidence in the JFK assassination and continued apace, sweeping doctors into coverups of cancer outbreaks, contaminated polio vaccine, the arrival of the AIDS virus, and biological weapon research using infected monkeys.”

  4. manbearpig says:

    Oh ya mean THIS kind of “sibling rivalry”??

    “Extinction Rebellion Considering Public Suicide Events to Raise Climate Awareness
    Eric Worrall / 1 day ago March 15, 2020

    As the Chinese Coronavirus crisis sucks oxygen from XR’s climate campaign, a leaked internal document suggests Extinction Rebellion is considering increasingly desperate measures, including having protestors kill themselves in public, to try to regain public attention…”

    • mkey says:

      You know, I think this could work. If enough of these lunatics take their own lives that could cure the planet. Imagine all the CO2 not spent, plus all the extra oxygen. AND our foreheads may yet recover from the facepalm blunt force trauma.

      Yes, I see this working.

  5. minnie says:

    I couldn’t actually work out whether the “Plannedopolis” animation was satire or not, so I clicked on the source link, a YouTube which credited “” as their source.

    Their link didn’t work, so I did an online search, which led to a “think tank” promoting this article on their front page:

    COVID-19: a dress rehearsal for the climate emergency?

    • manbearpig says:

      Wow Minnie! Quite a find!

      “…A rehearsal for the future?

      In many ways, we could see the virus as a dress rehearsal for the kinds of disruption we are set to see in the next decade, as we urgently transform entire systems to achieve carbon neutrality.

      …The transition to truly sustainable systems and business models will entail significant and unavoidable short term disruption. By uniting around a shared vision of what a desired future could look like, we will be better prepared to make short term decisions to achieve our long term goals.

      At the same time, we’ve seen that governments and business can take bold decisions with speed and resolve, to support quick behaviour change and ensure resilience. As we know, challenges drive innovation, and it’s often the case that humans respond best to a crisis. COVID-19 has driven governments, organisations and businesses to radically reorganise their operating models. Could these develop into new forms of business, collaboration and investment?

      As we face down the COVID-19 crisis, we have a chance to get humanity’s response right. To propel us towards a a net zero carbon economy, world leaders need to continue to act with the same bold resolve on enlightened policies that shift public behaviour quickly, whilst safeguarding the most vulnerable in society and protecting displaced businesses, communities and individuals…”

      It’s notable that at 5:05 of Mr Corbett’s video above May Boeve says something very similar to what Sally Uren says in the article you’ve linked here;

      “At the same time, we’ve seen that governments and business can take bold decisions with speed and resolve, to support quick behaviour change and ensure resilience.” -Sally Uren

      “We’ve seen that governments can act and that people can change their behavior in a very short amount of time and that’s exactly what the climate movement has been asking governments and people to do…” -May Boeve


      • minnie says:

        It is so creepy. I think many of these people genuinely think they are doing the right thing, and probably have no idea that they are being used as puppets for a more sinister agenda.

        • manbearpig says:

          Yes, indeed, one of the most infuriating aspects of the whole charade: instrumentalizing people’s good intentions for the eugenical, enslaving opposite of what they wish to accomplish, if they only knew…

  6. Noman says:

    WTH! What is this James? Maharashtra state(a state in India) is marking people to qurantine them.

    “Maharashtra starts to mark people told to home quarantine with a hand stamp”

    • manbearpig says:

      This indelible “Proud to Protect” Quarantine Stamp recalls the nazi concentration camp tatoos…

      Certainly lends a new meaning to the word “voluntarily”?

      “…The state government said that the left hand of all persons under home quarantine will be stamped to identify them easily in case they mingle with the general public…

      …Greater Mumbai’s Municipal Commissioner Pravin Pardeshi has issued an order to all officials at hospitals and the airport, asking them to ‘stamp’ behind the left palm of the home-quarantined person concerned, the dates of isolation, with ink that would last for 14 days.

      Chief minister Uddhav Thackeray also appealed that those who have been advised home quarantine must voluntarily refrain from stepping out in public to prevent any risk to others.

      As per protocol, people arriving from coronavirus-affected regions are being put under home quarantine as a precautionary measure while their samples are sent for tests.

      In a separate decision, the state government has also made it a punishable offence if any person attempts to evade the compulsory quarantine, or breaks ‘home quarantine’ and would forcibly move such person to a government isolation facility.”

      So it’s voluntary but compulsory?

      Read more at:

      • generalbottlewasher says:

        MBP, its been good to know you. Soon your dispatches will end because you have the wrong attitude. I can see the comparison of The Vicy helping the occupying authority. 100, 000 mobilized. Blackguards.
        Its just bad news all the way round. You are now a Palestinian and this is no country for old men. Today from the experimental laboratory, Real News report.

        It has been good to know you, you remind me so much of foreign correspondent Dorothy Thompson .I wish you well. aduex Madame

        • manbearpig says:

          Coward that I am, Since Rachel Corrie, white phosphorous and missiles on children playing on the beach, the nakba and the daily humiliation and bullying, I try to watch as little reporting as possible on the Palestinian genocide… Besides the horrified feeling of paralyzed helplessness, the immeasurable pain and sadistic cynicism is such that… it’s hard to stay emotionally detached when confronted with it…However, to borrow the cliche formula, it’s true, we really all are Palestinians in a sense…

          As far as my attitude and gratuitous “dispatches” are concerned, I’m almost ashamed to admit that I’ve done nothing of any substance to even mildly annoy any PTSB. Though, it’s occurred to me that I should now have time to get to translating something of Mr Corbett’s. That would definately be the most subversive action I’d ever have committed… must shut up and get on it…

          So, I’m afraid I’m not going anywhere GBW, no need for solemn farewells.

          Thanks for the flattering comparison with Sinclair Lewis’ illustrious wife. My uncle’s name is Micheal Lewis, like their son.

          I wish you well…as well…aw heck:

          • manbearpig says:

            Had intended to but forgot to mention that in the midst of this powder-in-the-eyes viral distraction (however real or contrived it may be) it’s good someone is following the sneaky cynical and cruel imperialism occurring where the cameras aren’t rolling so much. So Kudos to you and the RealNewsNetwork!

            • alexandre says:

              Touching, MBP – and GBW. I’m touched. Really. I feel like that as well, MBP, even though I have in my favor the fact that I tried to “do something” in a place that is so hopelessly mind controlled that you can’t even begin a sentence before being quarentined by your closest friends. Funny that some of them now come with those cow eyes and low voices asking for guidance.

              This Corbett’s video, for me, helped me recall, remember, reinforce, reaffirm that we’re not talking about “the coronavirus” trend, but the same thing we’ve been talking about for years; New World Order. The term got kind of old, but it’s the same Agenda 2030. This little campaign now was stronger than usual, so it was like a blow on the head, but it’s the same plan, of which Climate Bullshit and CoronaBullshit19 are just two tentacles to force us to … oh God, here comes that word…CHANGE. And GBW’s suggestion and link about Palestine (thank you GBW) goes very well with it, to illustrate what the flying fuck we’re talking about – pardon my Yugoslavian. We must keep the eye on the horror. Or maybe it’s irrelevant now(?).

              Anyway, I’ll add a little illustration with this video about vaccinations I just found, if anything to take a look on what is coming:


              Probably what I say sounds obvious, but there’s a big difference between two types of knowing, so you have people saying “yeah, I know” and then getting so surprised when now they close the door of their cell…sorry, house. Or country. Why the surprise? Didn’t you … “know”? Oh, I see, now it’s burning in YOUR ass, not just those guys over there, right? So NOW it must be something new and tremendous.

              Thank you, James.

              PS – little thesis: Two types of mass madness.
              One, the elite’s, which is one same madness shared among the members.
              Two, the masses’, which is the total sum of their individual madness.
              One is organized and focused.
              Two is just a mess.
              Caveat: Two is caused by One.
              What do you think?

          • manbearpig says:

            “We had to come and mark the occasion to tell Macron that we are still here and that we will not accept his pension reform,” said a pensioner present in the procession.”

            Hey GBW: From TPTSB POV, unlike me, these guys would perhaps be an example of rebels who “have the wrong attitude”:

            14 March 2020 / 13:06 / 4 days ago
            Yellow jackets” demonstrate in Paris despite coronavirus

            PARIS (Reuters) – Several hundred “yellow jackets” demonstrated in Paris on Saturday despite the government’s ban on gatherings of more than 100 people as part of the fight against the spread of the coronavirus in France.

            Some 400 demonstrators – according to a police source – left the Montparnasse train station in the capital’s 14th arrondissement to go to Bercy via Denfert Rochereau as part of the protest that had been declared.

            “We had to come and mark the occasion to tell Macron that we are still here and that we will not accept his pension reform,” said a pensioner present in the procession.

            In mid-afternoon the police used tear gas and sound grenades and announced that they had arrested 34 “perpetrators of the disturbances along the procession”.

            “The police are currently pushing back a section of the motorcade made up of determined individuals who are trying to continue their progress along an undeclared route,” the police prefecture explained on its Twitter account.

            Beyond this route, several calls to demonstrate in other parts of Paris had also been made despite the ban on gatherings of more than 100 people announced on Friday by Prime Minister Edouard Philippe in the face of the coronavirus that has killed 79 people in France and contaminated 3,600.

            Published on Saturday, the decree specifies that this ban can apply to “all gatherings of more than 100 people as long as they are not essential to the continuity of the life of the Nation”.

            Invoking “common sense”, one of the figures of the “Yellow Vests” movement, Maxime Nicolle had warned the demonstrators in a video broadcast on Friday – “if tomorrow we demonstrate, we will pass for everything but intelligent people, we will endanger people and put ourselves in danger”.

            The organisers of two marches that were also planned for Saturday – one against police violence and the other for the climate – announced on Friday that they would be cancelled, citing the “rapidly changing health situation.””

            Thanks deepl.

            • alexandre says:

              If the whole population of the world, and of Mars and Jupiter, decided to break the quarentine at the same time, while singin’ “Fuck You All”, what would happen? Compared to what the world is becoming, gimme corona, or any virus, any time. This whole shit is bound to explode some time. You can’t have infinite pressure. Can you?

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Oh boy! The hand stamp routine.

      Some of the comments on Twitter get to me.
      …the government should introduce a punishment now for those that escape quarantine.
      Harsh, but necessary.

  7. m.lim says:

    This isolation also stops people from mass protests and any dissent and revolution against the rulers. Although this virus currently hasn’t stopped the French protesters, what will result from this round may stop any future protests.

  8. Alphonse says:

    In our more cynical moments, we’ve started to wonder if this world-wide lockdown is a global training exercise, a war game. Boston pathetically rolled over to a city wide lockdown after the marathon bombings, and they were worried about, ahem, two shooters. That sounds rather normal for most USA cities. So, why not test out a world wide curfew?

  9. John Blaid says:

    I have just written an article where I have collected some of the information regarding the existence of ANY “virus” that I have collected the past few weeks. It may be a good starting point for further research.

    • alexandre says:

      Very good, John. “HIV/AIDS: Fact or Fraud” is playing now on my other screen, so I’m in that mood exactly. The subject tends to throw people away, but it’s indeed a big starting point. Of course in the big scheme of things it doesn’t matter, but it should. It could be sort of Building 7 of virology.

      I didn’t see the name Peter Duesberg on your article. Did you find stuff by him?

      Jon Rappoport also has good stuff on the subject.

  10. Daniel B· says:

    How probable is it that all these prominent people have contracted the coronavirus, given they are considerably less susceptible to contracting these infections, because as a rule they aren’t mixing with the general public (at work, on public transport, at the supermarket etc)?

    Take outspoken Trump hater Tom Hanks, and his wife Rita Wilson, who it was widely reported supposedly were tested positive for the virus on March 11th, and Variety reported the following:

    “Hanks and Wilson, both 63, revealed the news with a statement on Wednesday. The married couple was in Australia for production of Baz Luhrmann’s untitled Elvis Presley movie, in which Hanks is playing Presley’s iconic manager Colonel Tom Parker.”, and

    “Hanks and Wilson were the only known individuals on the film to contract the disease, insiders said. The film is currently in pre-production stages, meaning cameras have yet to roll, and is still making preparations to shoot. Testing measures for filmmakers and crew are presently unknown.”

    Had filming moved past the pre-production stage, on the Gold Coast in Queensland Australia, which has a population of 5 million, with currently 78 known cases (0.0016%), where Hanks would be mixing with a full film crew, perhaps he would be somewhat more likely to pickup some infection, but given the extremely low infection rate in the region (Australia’s annual death rate from influenza is also at the low end, which for Queensland would be 287), is it really likely that this A-list celebrity, out of the whole 5 million population, would somehow contract this new (or is it) virus?

    It was also reported that the head of Italy’s governing Democratic Party, Nicola Zingaretti, also contracted the virus, which seems even less plausible to me, given the limited circles he moves in, even if Italy has been far harder hit by the “outbreak”.

    Bill Maher said back in June that he is “hoping” for the bottom to fall out of the economy and for the country to enter a recession so we can “get rid of Trump; well this virus alarmism is very successfully accomplishing the first part of his wish, but I can’t see how propping up Biden will in any way accomplish the second, however the bookies disagree, with them now offering comparable odds on both to win the general (I’m still quite confident my £50 bet on Trump will be fruitful, as the Democrats may well be able to rig the primaries for Biden, but the presidential election is a whole other proposition).

    • Daniel B· says:

      BTW, what is my evidence that the establishment Democrats rigged the primary for Biden, apart from the fact his lackluster campaign was all but done prior to the South Carolina primary? Check out the results from my region:

      Year, Candidate, Augusta County, Staunton City
      —— ————- ————– ——————-

      2020, Joe Biden, 50.9% (3,071), 42.9% (1,754),
      Bernie Sanders, 25% (1,511), 29.1% (1,189)

      2016, Bernie Sanders, 51.4% (1,754), 54.8% (1,364), Hillary Clinton, 48% (1,649), 44.8% (1,114)

      2008, Barack Obama, 52.7% (2,544), 61.1% (1,526),
      Hillary Clinton, 45.8% (2,213) 38% (949)

      So, in 2016 Bernie won both Augusta (+3.4%) and Staunton (8%), but in 2020 Biden somehow gets over double the votes in Augusta (+25.9%), and wins by a considerable margin in liberal Staunton (+13.8%)?!

      What I also find quite startling is that Biden supposedly received 390 more votes on Tuesday in Staunton, than Bernie in 2016 (1,754 vs 1,364)?!

  11. Here’s to the most skilled and hard working truth researcher & teacher I know of.
    Wish I had more money to contribute.

  12. mkey says:

    We’re saved, praise the lord.

    First Person Injected With Trial Coronavirus Vaccine In Seattle

    The start of the trial comes just 65 days after Chinese authorities sequenced the SARS-CoV2 coronavirus. Just 2 days after that, researchers at the Vaccine Research Center at the NIH finalized the design of the vaccine and began to manufacture it, finishing the first batch on February 7th. On February 24th after analytical testing, the company shipped it to the NIH.

    “Finding a safe and effective vaccine to prevent infection with SARS-CoV-2 is an urgent public health priority,” said Anthony S. Fauci, M.D., head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, at the NIH. “This Phase 1 study, launched in record speed, is an important first step toward achieving that goal,” he added.

    It’s an emergency, after all.

    Although the design and production of the prospective vaccine was incredibly fast, evaluation of it will take considerable time. All of the participants will be followed for 12 months after the second vaccination to collect the data researchers initially need to figure out whether it is safe and effective.

    They’re looking for acolytes.

  13. Ian Davis says:

    Another aspect of this coronapanic response is the asset stripping. By basically shutting down all high street business and local commerce the UK government (like all others) is going to destroy SME’s. They will go bankrupt if the envisaged 2-4 mnth economic lock-down goes ahead as planned. And I’m sure it will.

    The government solution is to borrow heavily from global central banks and “loan” the money to business, at interests. Thereby squeezing remaining SME’s off the playing field and hoovering up assets for the central banks.

    A bit like the Wall Street crash all over again.

    Good innit?

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      The small businesses have been in my thoughts.
      The Mom and Pops in the U.S. are really gonna get hurt with all these mandatory closures of activity.
      When the U.S. talks about the Small Business Administration (SBA) and the billions it will dole out…it ain’t going to Mom and Pop, but to the big small businesses.

      My business got butchered after the /telecom bust of 2000 / 2001. I hung on for years until finally I was whipped.

      2008 butchered more self employed folks.

      This recession will drag the small business guys down extending for years.
      There becomes a point where it is impossible to recover.

  14. mkey says:

    Tony Heller brings some obvious points to light in a nonalarmist fashion.

    How To Create A Worldwide Depression

    Oh Tony, you’re sooo yesterday. You treat your viewers as rational, sensible, thinking human beings. Nonsense, I say.

    Key points:
    – regular flu is at least a hundred times more effective at killing people than corona flu
    – the idea to isolate the majority to “protect” the minority harkens to vaccine rationale where everyone needs to jeopardize their health so that the vulnerable minority can be “protected”

  15. mkey says:

    Thanks to Jon Rappoport for sourcing this.

    Coronavirus: Iss, in Italia i decessi accertati finora per causa del Covid-19 sono solo due

    The Italian HHS president, Silvio Brusaferro, this past Friday said that the number of Corona caused deaths was maybe two.

    The deceased had an average age of 80.3 years, mostly male (almost 75%).

    Most of the deceased had chronic diseases. Only two deceased didn’t have any chronic disease, but in their case corona virus infection as cause of death is yet to be confirmed.

    This information is based on something more than a 100 medical records collected from various Italian hospitals.


    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Great archive article. Thanks for the translation.

      This morning on the way to work, CBS radio said that the state of Texas had its first death from the Coronavirus, a man in his upper 90’s.
      On the radio, they said that he was tested for the virus after he died.
      (Some of the newspapers did not say that last part.)

      Go figure on all this “COVID-19 Alarmism”.

  16. Fawlty Towers says:

    Now that TPTB have officially come out and made the link between
    COVID-19 and Climate Change, showing that it is of the utmost importance we address Climate Change as urgently and swiftly as we are addressing COVID-19, how much time will it be before they link 5G to COVID-19 and Climate Change?

    A different type of link.

    Advocating 5G adoption as a necessary technology to help facilitate the eradication of COVID-19 and Climate Change…

  17. ben.r says:

    Thanks for your insights.
    What about Covid-19 = 911 version 2.0?
    They both were used to cause mass fear.
    The fear then made power grabs and mass political intervention palatable. The “war on terror” and surveillance everywhere followed the 911 publicity. The recent government control and then possibly forced vaccinations could be the results of the Covid-19 panic.
    What would a “war on viruses” look like, if not forced vaccinations?
    What if you could make believe that nobody is truly healthy. They are merely “asymptomatic carriers” and suspected cases.
    As you say, all you can do is see the light and try to warn others.

    • minnie says:

      In terms of a power grab, it’s worse than 911. I’ve been on Facebook this evening (I know!) and people with relatives in France are saying they are not allowed out of their homes, even to walk the dog, without filling in a form, and that the police and army are enforcing this.

      Someone else says they are living in Spain, and that people there could be fined 600€ for going to the mountains! I don’t have sources for these claims, so I can’t be certain of their accuracy, but in both cases the measures are said to have come in over the last couple of days. I feel as if I’m watching a world police state come into force right in front of my eyes, with most people just rolling over due to fear and panic (although there are increasing numbers of people angry about these measures).

      And the “war on viruses” (what a chillingly clever expression) is exactly what I’m fearing. If we just accept these measures, once the coronavirus panic blows over, they’ll start saying “X percent more people died from flu than from coronavirus last year” and start using that as a justification to continue the prohibitions and “emergency laws”.

  18. Mintaka says:

    Haven’t read the comments yet, so apologies if this was mentioned already.

    1min40: Did he say “33 groups of viruses with 28 unknown”?

    Good grief, they’re telling us right in our faces what propaganda this is, and by whom.
    33? No explanation needed.
    28 “unknown” viruses? The “28 Pages” (nine11 patsies).

    The virus is the patsy.
    The perpetrators of this hoax are the same.

  19. Mintaka says:

    Here’s a sick & scaremongering thought I’ve had.


    You know this radio-active contaminated water in Fukushima that TEPCO has been storing in those huge tanks (more than a thousand of them), and doesn’t know what to do with?
    Well, what a convenient way to get rid of millions of liters of this water by diluting it with all those chemicals that are sprayed around profusely around the globe during this “pandemic”. Just sell it off to the chemical companies that make this chemical cocktail and you can even make some cash in the process.
    Perhaps not that far fetched when you know that TEPCO has been considering dumping this water into the Pacific Ocean.

    (Also consider that this scheme mirrors what is done with fluoride in the drinking water).


    You know the saying: “Never let a good crisis go to waste”.

  20. HomeRemedySupply says:

    On the most recent Truth Stream Media video, the last scene has an Austin area sign about the “Climate Crisis” during the “COVID-19 crisis”.
    (just after 32:30)
    Fear is the Mind Killer

  21. bladtheimpaler says:

    Actually the two memes, corona hoax and global warming hoax have now been directly linked by the head (name un-spellable) of the WHO, saying the increases in recent years of pandemics is directly due to man made global warming. So there we have it from the authorities that one hoax can and will be the primary causal factor of other hoax’ with the end always justifying the means apparently.

  22. Camille says:

    Good people of The Corbett Report, have you seen this yet?

    Stunning insights into the Corona-panic by Dr. Wolfgang Wodarg.

    (from the video description) Wolfgang Wodarg says:
    The corona hype is not based on any extraordinary public health danger. However, it causes considerable damage to our freedom and personal rights through frivolous and unjustified quarantine measures and restrictions. The images in the media are frightening and the traffic in China’s cities seems to be regulated by the clinical thermometer.
    Evidence-based epidemiological assessment is drowning in the mainstream of fear mongers in labs, media, and ministries.

  23. ben7 says:

    I just heard of a few local businesses who are no longer accepting cash due to possible infection.

    And surprise surprise, WHO is pushing this sentiment:

    “Banknotes may be spreading the new coronavirus so people should try to use contactless payments instead, the World Health Organization has said.”

    It’s all coming together…Hello cashless society. My only hope is that anarchists, and freedom proponents of all flavours use this opportunity to bring more humans into the fold..the time is ripe for a mass awakening and a reimagining of the foundations of our way of life, away from psychopathic control…

    • Octium says:

      Luckily most peopled don’t seem to be buying into the fear of the virus itself, most people are more frightened of the restrictions being placed on them them.

      For example when a local museum was closed recently, the operators stated that there had not been a decline in the number of visits. So if the public where frightened of lepers sneezing on door knobs, I think they would opted out from visiting a very public place themselves.

      At the moment, I don’t think people are thinking at all. Hopefully there is a way to transform their fear into hate of the government. Surely they are going to get feed up with staying at home, eating dog food and crapping in their mountains of toilet paper at some stage?

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Mike Maloney had a video the other day talking about the “premium” charged on physical silver, because of the physical shortage although the silver spot price is very, very low.

      Maloney shows this anecdote of a guy who goes to the bank with $20,000 cash to get a cashiers check to buy physical gold/silver, all in $100 dollar bills.
      The bank thanks him.
      They were out of $100 dollar bills.

    • mik says:

      I’m using every opportunity for asking people what is the only privacy we still have?
      Cash, of course most people are unaware.

      Contactless payment, the term is spreading like a virus.

      Cash is denigrated as virus carrier, although bank cards, POS terminals in particular, are touched by everyone, therefore loaded with viruses. I haven’t seen any disinfection procedures of them nor public announcements of POS terminal threat.

      Just another inconsistency among many.

  24. emily1 says:

    I wanted to add an angle that has not yet (as far as I have seen?) been discussed in regard to the real purpose of this pandemic scare.

    Has anyone looked into the potential value of the coming “pandemic bonds” that will most certainly be part of our future?

    Short background: Wall Street has been working via public policy to set the state for “pay for success” bonds… basically banks give out loans to combat social ills (real or imagined – from opiod crises to getting pre-k kids “kindergarten ready”) under the stipulation that if the social ill is avoided, the bank (Goldman Sachs has been at the forefront) gets paid back their loan with interest. The loans are sold on the premise (and very shaky calculations) that the money helped communities avoid the much greater cost they would have assumed if they had NOT taken the measures included in the loan contracts.

    Not only are they developing the infrastructure for these loans – they are also already planning to package them up into asset-backed securities that can be played and gambled with.

    NOW. Given that information, take a look at this quote from Dr. Tom Frieden – the guy Bloomberg has tapped to run his Corona Virus Global Response Initiative:

    “Unfortunately, preparedness, although more effective and less costly than response,5 rarely ranks high on political agendas. Competing priorities for finite national budgets, along with the invisible outcome of successful preparedness, have resulted in little funding, despite an estimated 25%–88% annual return on investment.”

    (PS – did you guys know that the same week they started telling us all not to gather in groups of 50..then 10… TWO THOUSAND politicians met with Bloomberg to come up with this “Coronavirus Response Iniative”?)

    Anyway. “Pandemic prepardeness” is pretty much the Big Enchilada in this budding speculative bond market, which we will DEFINITELY start to see more of as our communities need to be bailed out from this disaster.

    Corbett readers who are interested in this financial piece (and you should be, because it explains a LOT) should check Alison McDowell’s work at for a deep dive into these issues.

  25. tresguerros says:

    Here’s a document from the Rockefeller Foundation from 2010. I haven’t had a chance to read this whole thing yet (nor have I had time to read all the comments, so forgive me if someone has already shared this), but the scenario they lay out on starting on page 18, entitled “Lock Step” is eerily similar to what’s unfolding globally. Right down to the day in the life of Manisha reminiscing on the polluted Ganges River on pg 24.

  26. beni says:


    I found this

    On page 33 it says
    “Test performance can be affected because the epidemiology and clinical spectrum of infection caused by 2019-nCoV is not fully known. For example, clinicians and laboratories may not know the optimum
    types of specimens to collect, and, during the course of infection, when these specimens are most
    likely to contain levels of viral RNA that can be readily detected.
    • Detection of viral RNA may not indicate the presence of infectious virus or that 2019-nCoV is the
    causative agent for clinical symptoms.
    CDC-006-00019, Revision: 02 CDC/DDID/NCIRD/ Division of Viral Diseases Effective: 3/15/2020

    • The performance of this test has not been established for monitoring treatment of 2019-nCoV infection.
    • The performance of this test has not been established for screening of blood or blood products for the presence of 2019-nCoV.
    • This test cannot rule out diseases caused by other bacterial or viral pathogens.”

    Since english ist not my mother tongue I’m having some difficulties really understanding it. To me it sounds like the whole test is not very reliable at all??!

    If I’m right, they’re using an PCR-Test to test for SARS-COV-2. Pretty amazing what the inventor of the PCR Test has to say about his own invention:
    “…these tests cannot detect free, infectious viruses at all; they can only detect proteins that are believed, in some cases wrongly, to be unique to HIV. The tests can detect genetic sequences of viruses, but not viruses themselves.”


    Just some material I came across lately I#d like to share

  27. manbearpig says:

    “6 lessons coronavirus can teach us about climate change”

    March 25, 2020

    1: “Out of caution, many are keeping physical distance from each other. But out of compassion, many are helping any way they can — staying connected by phone or internet with those who are lonely; sewing masks for desperate health care workers;…”

    – There it is, the new terminology!!: “Physical Distance” but Connected!

    2: “…The science on climate change has been clear for decades, but we’ve failed in communicating the danger to the public, leading to slow action and widespread denial of the facts…”

    – Oh THAT’S how the widespread “denial” disease came about: Slow action!! Lock those deniers in Quarantine! We must stamp this contagion out FAST via mass censorship before WE ALL DIE!!
    (“The science on climate change has been clear for decades” oh brother, don’t let facts get in the way of your heavy-handed and repetitive indoctrination, indoctrination, indoctrination…)

    3: “…Quick and drastic action can flatten the curve for coronavirus and free up healthcare resources, lowering death rates. Similarly, drastic action on climate change could reduce food and water shortages, natural disasters and sea level rise, protecting countless individuals and communities…”

    – “Flatten-the-Curve, Flatten-the-Curve! squawk! Polly want a cracker??” eeeeek! Agenda 21’s Green new Deal, here we come!! 😯

    “…We must also recognize that industries and people who profit from an unjust status quo will try to interrupt the social transformation that a crisis requires…”

    – Quick!! A sixth-mass-extinction for those petrol shill deniers hindering our social transformation!!

    “…Business as usual — digging up fossil fuels, cutting down forests and sacrificing the planet’s health for profit, convenience and consumption — is driving catastrophic climate change. It’s time to abandon this destructive system and find sustainable ways to inhabit our planet…”

    – preferably locked up in sustainable smart cities, irrigated with sustainable frankenfoods and studded with sustainable personal data chips…eeek!! Agenda 21’s Circular Economy, here we come!! 😯

    “…On this 50th anniversary of Earth Day, as fear and illness sweep the globe, we listen for voices that speak of wisdom, generosity, courage and hope. And as always, we find solace in the natural world. In the suddenly quiet streets and skies, we can hear birds sing…”

    – Yea, in the suddenly quiet streets and skies!! we can hear the mockingbirds sing loud and clear!!

    What in the name of the Earth are we doing??

    • manbearpig says:

      From the Horse’s mouth, more sustainable Horse PUC-y:

      Disaster Relief and 2 Trillion dollar Green Stimulus Package

      “We need economic relief now. Climate policy can come later.

      An eventual coronavirus recovery package should include clean-energy funding and supportive policies, but first we need to make sure people can obtain health care, buy food, and remain in their homes.

      by James Temple
      Mar 24, 2020

      “…What the federal government needs to concentrate on now is disaster relief, not economic stimulus, he says. After all, you can’t put most people back to work when

      the accelerating pandemic requires as many people as possible to stay home for the foreseeable future.

      “The most important priority is to get money to people so they can pay their bills, buy groceries, purchase medications, and stay in their homes,” Jenkins says…”

      “…On Sunday, a group of academics and advisors to several of the earlier Democratic presidential campaigns published a letter calling for a $2 trillion “Green Stimulus” package, designed to revitalize the economy, create millions of “green jobs,” and accelerate the growth of low-carbon industries.

      The package would automatically renew at 4% of gross domestic product per year, which would currently add up to about $850 billion, until the economy reaches zero greenhouse-gas emissions and the unemployment rate falls below 3.5%. It would also include a revolving fund to purchase failing fossil-fuel companies in order to take drilling rigs and power plants offline…

      Update: This story was updated to clarify that the Green Stimulus proposal was intended to begin a conversation now about appropriate policies for subsequent economic recovery proposals…”

      Don’t look a gift-horse in the mouth

      you might see its rotten teeth…

    • manbearpig says:

      “We need a ‘war economy’ to deal with COVID-19 crisis, UN chief Antonio Guterres tells Euronews

      By Euronews • last updated: 26/03/2020 – 10:49

      “Antonio Guterres is speaking to Euronews about the United Nations’ response to the coronavirus crisis.

      “We are living in a war situation with this virus, we need to deal with it with a war economy.”

      They were the words of UN secretary-general Antonio Guterres as he used an interview with Euronews to call for a clear and coordinated global response to the coronavirus crisis.

      Guterres said he wanted to mobilise a double digit percentage of the global economy to “break not bend” the growth curve of coronavirus.

      And it is not only breaking the curve of the virus that should be at the forefront of global efforts, he said, but to also seize the dramatic situation “as an opporunity” to create an economy that is more inclusive and sustainable going forward.

      “Many things will change, I would say irreversibly in our lives,” he told Euronews.

      He also said:

      Countries have been slow in reacting to coronavirus crisis but now is not the time for a blame game.
      If we don’t tackle the COVID-19 crisis millions of people could be infected and die
      The crisis will be much more serious if there is no strategy or coordination.
      Special initiatives are being formulated to try to “silence the guns” of war around the world, as “**there is only one war that is needed – it’s a war against the virus.”**
      As of Wednesday evening there were more than 450,000 cases of COVID-19 confirmed worldwide, with more than 20,000 deaths…”

  28. manbearpig says:

    “Universal Basic Income Could Fight Climate Change and Extreme Poverty
    We’ve declared a climate emergency — is universal basic income the next step?”

    Well, no actually, a contrived Coronavirus emergency was the next step but AFTER THAT, YES! UBI is the next step! Why? Because

    “…UBI…could break the link between work and consumption.

    Breaking this could, if carefully managed over time, dramatically reduce environmental impacts by slowing the treadmill of producing and consuming things that currently fuels untrammelled economic growth. We could work less and consume less, and still meet our needs. Fear for the future would recede, meaning we wouldn’t have to work ever harder for fear of having no work in the future. This is especially important as automation and intelligent machines will increasingly compete with humans for most jobs…

    …UBI therefore eliminates extreme poverty and reduces dependency. It gives people the agency to say “no” to undesirable work, including much environmentally damaging work, and “yes” to opportunities that often lie out of reach. With UBI we could all think long term, well beyond the next pay day. We could care for ourselves, others, and the wider world, as living in the Anthropocene demands…”

  29. manbearpig says:

    Shaming “Deniers”, as predicted, is working like a charm!

    Gilad Edelman

    03.25.2020 02:59 PM

    “The Analogy Between Covid-19 and Climate Change Is Eerily Precise
    First deny the problem, then say the solution is too expensive? The playbook here is all too familiar…

    …Social distancing would be necessary, maybe through the end of summer. In my last piece, I wondered if this new acceptance of reality might keep an epistemic crisis from developing. Perhaps Americans would coalesce into a common understanding of this public health disaster.

    But coronavirus denialism wasn’t in remission; it was only mutating. After a weekend of reported clashes among economic and health officials in the White House, and a spate of skeptical op-eds musing on whether social distancing was really worth its economic cost, Trump laid out a new approach by presidential tweet:


    (Funny, isn’t that what Good Ol’ Boylsonaro said too??)

    “The parallel to climate change, in other words, was even tighter than I realized…

    …Now we’re faced with the threat of another global catastrophe arising from the clash of nature and modern human activity. As with climate change, the implications of the Covid-19 pandemic are difficult to predict with confidence. As with climate change, the uncertainty interval encompasses utter cataclysm. As with climate change, any serious effort to mitigate or stave off this disaster will require major economic disruptions. And, as with climate change, such efforts to save the world must be put in place before any of the experts’ doomsday warnings could ever be proved true…”

    “…must be put in place before any of the experts’ doomsday warnings could ever be proved true…”


  30. manbearpig says:

    “Global supply chains as a way to curb carbon emissions
    Charles Rotter / 6 hours ago March 27, 2020

    Norwegian University of Science and Technology

    For example, Hertwich says, a carbon tax on imports would affect exports, because 10 per cent of global GHG emissions are exported more than once and enter complex global value chains. A border carbon adjustment could advance a further unravelling of global supply chains…

    …“Taxing these inputs would do the most to clean up supply,” he said. “Global supply chains have driven economic development over the past two decades and have contributed more than any development policy to lift one billion out of abject poverty. Their benefit provides a rationale for countries to work together in implementing a global carbon price regime.”…”

    As Steve points out in the WUWT comments section:

    “A border carbon adjustment could advance a further unravelling of global supply chains.”

    So these ‘academics’ want to ‘unravel’ global supply chains…..

    At least their bias is clear!”

    I can’t remember if I actually got around to explaining that I’d done a translation for the 2010 World Fair in Shanghai whose theme was “Best Urban Practices: The City of the Future”.

    Much of what was described in that text that itself was describing scale models and a vision for the future featuring Megapolopolises, homeworking and local self-sufficiency seems to be coming true or at least being championed thanks to this contrived crisis.

  31. manbearpig says:

    For the record, Tony Heller Highwater, via a revealing, tell-all interview with an eminently respected German doctor, explains how covid 19 accomplishes the goals of climate alarmists:

  32. manbearpig says:

    “The world has been living out the green new deal for the past month with air travel and automobile travel essentially shut down. Yet CO2 levels have risen to an all time high. It’s almost like atmospheric carbon dioxide levels aren’t controlled by government actions.” – Tony Heller

    • mkey says:

      It’s beacuse of the mouth breathers, they produce far too much CO2. Culling, alas, is the only recourse.

      Mr. Gates, I did my part, may I get my special chip now? I’ to have it installed right between the cheeks.

  33. flammable says:

    Coronavirus and Climate Change have a similar moving of the goalpost. Officials have given us a date that will be the point of no return. Many articles have been written to suggest it is already too late to stop the spread. But as soon as we past the date of no return they extend it.

    So it surprised me when the lock downs and quarantine happened considering it was weeks and months too late. That is if you remember the original Swine Flu narrative and the conferences held about stopping viral pandemics. Back then, waiting a few weeks was too late. Swine flu was so contagious and global traffic was so massive that quarantine was deemed useless by the time they discovered the novel virus.

    Now we have an even more contagious virus then Swine Flu known as COVID19. That can conveniently halt it’s spread in order for governments to get ready to implement the shut down of human activity.

  34. james.s says:

    And this link keeps being drawn. Here’s a link to a Taiwanese news story commenting on a British NGO group that is pushing for new reforms and legislation.

    The article manages to say a little less than nothing over the course of 700 words, except to thrice repeat that people need to be educated. An article on the information they wanted to share would have been better than one simply trying to convince people that they are ignorant if they disagree….with what hasn’t been said.

  35. Tayo says:

    I just found this out: “Welcome to the Extinction Clock, the Internet’s authoritative source for end of world climate and extinction predictions. All predictions have been made by notable individuals, academics, politicians, institutes, and the press.”

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