Coronavirus: The "Cures" Will Be Worse Than the Disease

02/29/2020222 Comments

It's spreading. It's mutating. It's going viral.

Am I talking about coronavirus? No! I'm talking about theories about coronavirus.

It's a natural virus. / No, it's a manmade bioweapon!

It's less deadly than the regular flu. / It's worse than the Spanish Flu! / It's flying bat AIDS!!

The numbers are being underreported. / The numbers are being inflated!

It was patented in 2015! / No, it really wasn't.

It was unleashed by accident. / It was unleashed on purpose. / It doesn't even exist!

Yes, there are as many theories about coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) as there are people talking about it. The reality is that I don't know the truth about what this virus really is or where it came from, and neither do you.

But there's something that we do know for sure regardless of where this virus came from or whether it even really exists. The hype and fear and panic and pandemonium surrounding this (supposed) outbreak is going to be far worse than the disease could ever be. Because, as I've been screaming about for over a decade now, a bioweapon attack (real or manmade, false flag or otherwise) is the perfect cover for a slew of agenda items on the globalist checklist. And the more the population panics, the more they play into the globalists' hands.

Here are five items on The Powers That Shouldn't Be's wishlist that are being delivered on a silver platter as people scurry around panicking about coronavirus. . . .

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  1. Duck says:

    Economic crisis is going to be painful…. I doubt this is a planned event because there are so many ways it could spiral out of control but people staying home rather then putting on yellow vests and running up and down the streets would like as not be a good thing if you were the banker who’s been blowing bubbles longer then many people have been alive.
    Having the excuse of a pandemic will divert anger from the actual causes of economic misery being experienced.
    The thing that I wonder is (IF this was a deliberate thing) if someone wanted to disrupt China, because they are still very dependent on providing jobs and a stable economy. I’m not quite clear how Iran,a mildly unpopular nation, managed to be the next biggest outbreak.
    People should -seriously- stock up a couple weeks worth of food that you know you will eat anyway and PET food too, because even if the virus does not get bad there WILL be some panic buying and some stuff will be hard to find… anecdotally, here the cold med’s were sold out in several stores, bleach is a little hard to find and bottled water was actually all sold out.
    Get ready for the staycation….

    • wylie1 says:

      James is on point, as many opinions as people.
      If one looks at 9/11 it was a 2-for. 1. They got cover for the bloated stock market that was already starting to pop. So those reamed would be much less likely to come after the banksters with pitchforks; being distracted by the attack and the next thing.. 2. They got the excuse for war in the Middle East as part of their Project for a New American Century [PNAC] plan … to wipe out the regimes of those Middle East countries attempting to sell their oil in non-usa currency, to protect bankster profits in the currency exchange fees they claim on each nation to nation oil transaction.

      To me it seems clear this Corona Virus was also a deliberate 2-for: 1. They get cover for the super overbloated stock market that could only be maintained with Quantitative Easing (technically vast debt creation, which unlikely to be repaid so why many call it money printing) that may have come close to reaching its point of ineffectiveness since enough countries moved into the process of de-dollarizing (from the usdollar) since its value was on a path to become of little value, in its QE dilution. 2. They get all the New World Odor Globalist objectives James listed.

      I don’t see any evidence that any govt, international body, or ruling class, actually cares how bad it gets, whether its a Virus, Chemical, Vaccine that caused it or made them susceptible to it, 5G frequency attack, or whatever. The worse the better for those De-populationist Globalists.

      You will need to stock up on more than food if you want to avoid being killed sooner than normal with what they intend to force vaccinate you with. You will need to gather together in a militia to tell their minion thug police that come to drag you off into their concentration quarantine death camps, to piss off. Then they will request help from the Feds. So you will need to coordinate with several other militias to take over your state’s government and have some good speakers to explain it all to the people. If it goes this way and you aren’t willing to do this type of action then good luck in the death camps at the hands of the beneviolent, [we’re here to help] you govt.

      • wylie1 says:

        Deagle predicts USA population 240mln less by 2025. I saw something similar from Deagle some years ago. If I recall correctly(unknown) thought it was sooner prediction back then. So this has been in the works for years.

        Is this Fear propaganda? I have no idea. But IF things go as bad as the Globalists desire, cities will go to hades when the store shelves are empty…whether by quarantine panic or by an ensuing financial collapse.

        If farmers think all they have to do is wait it out, just wait for the armed to the hilt govt comes to take your livestock, grains, and produce to give to those they want to, such as themselves.

        What to do? While Voluntaryists believe they needed to stop voting, they should have been entering the political arena in a big way, to dismantle the con. Now, even the best laid plans for a voluntaryist community could go to crap unless it is too remotely located for el governmente to make it worthwhile to rob it of its resources to give to their own. Thugs need to eat.

  2. HomeRemedySupply says:

    That short video of James talkin and then the music, (Jammin’ in Acapulco. – Subscriber Exclusive #094), was a nice wrap-up of Anarchapulco.

  3. ClintTorrez says:

    Great piece, James thank you!
    Hi all, This is the latest Gates Notes blog confirming the globalist agenda, big pharma infrastructure to lower income countries and the big ask of government funding, “because private sector can’t fund this alone”. Also to push our point we will stranglehold the economy through fear until our demands are met. Never forget surveillance and tracking that is of utmost importance. Read it for yourself and if you puke it’s not CV related.

    • SuperMom Belle says:

      “disease surveillance, including a case database that is instantly accessible to the relevant organizations and rules that require countries to share their information.” &
      “we’ll need diplomatic efforts to drive international collaboration and data sharing.” &
      “governments and other donors will need to fund—as a global public good—manufacturing facilities that can generate a vaccine supply in a matter of weeks.” &
      “governments will need to finance the procurement and distribution of vaccines to the populations that need them.”

      I’m usually slow to speak… but I rarely am speechless.

    • mkey says:

      All of this philanthropy is making me join the puke train. He can’t be more candid and forthcoming about this issue, can he?

  4. manbearpig says:

    A student asked me this morning what I thought about the Cornavirus now that we’ve had our first death in France (actually now there’ve been 2). Had I seen this article in time, we’d’ve read it together…

    I said I thought it was facilitating a paradigm shift, just as Mr Corbett so brilliantly describes, normalizing quarantines and ramped up travel control, making it impossible for people to assemble in numbers, using police control if necessary (her business trips abroad have all been cancelled indefinately) and perhaps promoting a notion of regional self-sustainability (stay home, stay in ‘your area’) and then a little later on, mandatory mass vaccinations…

    She agreed that the media was certainly having a heydey with its frightening and inflammatory language. As we’ve seen on these Corbett boards, Language itself as a Virus…so

    I guess Laurie had it right back in “84, Long Live Saturday night! and truth music galore!

    • generalbottlewasher says:

      Thats the spirit ManBearPig. The MidwEst is under assault. Big dump. Next few days will be a challenge to just tie shoelaces.

      What is and should never be. But not on Saturday night , Saturns night is for f-n or f-n. Only U can make dreams come true.

      • manbearpig says:

        You referring to weather, chemtrails or both? I didn’t know Ms Reinhart did American Idol. that video was good fun!! real good fun…Call me a relic, call me what you will, say I’m old fashioned, say I’m over the hill…

        I’ve never had any taste and I’ve always loved this song:

        just for fun…

        • generalbottlewasher says:

          ManBearPig, referring to chemtrails, very heavy milky white sky by 3:00pm. We will be breathing that crap by Tuesday. RPMO!
          Saturday nights for… get a little action in.

          • manbearpig says:

            allright, I’ll bite:

            what’s RPMO?

            love that song and slowly gettin’ my fight back after a tiring winter…

          • manbearpig says:

            oh la la, that unexpected lead to led…

            • generalbottlewasher says:

              MBP, Health effects of all this activity in the sky
              Really Pisses Me Off. The numbers of ground based weather modification sites was a surprise .Jim Lee , (Who I can feel has signs of controlled messaging, but the jury is still out.) had listed a few new sites I had never heard of that relate to the activities but are in some way vague and counter directional.


              My spidey senses says this will intersect Corvo19 somewhere down the line.

        • generalbottlewasher says:

          MBP. Dot connections aside and Broze insisting to spade all speculation as such… Tennessee had violent storms the following day. 24 people killed and a wonderful Donald photo opp. that followed.
          Will consider your recommendation as vital sound advice on energy expending.

    • candlelight says:


      I’m watched and listened to your music video link “Virus is a Language”, erroneously thinking it was new and not connecting the dots that Laurie was Lou Reeds’ wife(obviously, my data bank needs some adjustment, lubricant, or memory pills)…. So, I was jokingly thinking to myself, she seems like she could be David Byrne’s daughter, as she, to me, was somehow channeling his style. Again, I thought this was a new video, not 36 years old.

      Just one example: Talking Heads’ “Burning down the House” ~ “And I don’t know what you expect starring into the TV set.”

      Laurie Anderson’s movie “Heart of a Dog” is profound. Here is the audio of the movie gathered in a series of short videos. Her poetic musings are of love and loss, including her NYC experience involving 9/11.

      I saw Lou Reed, together with Laurie, at their performance at the Montreal Jazz Festival in 2010, when they were raucously booed and cat-called, and where the audience started walking out…. A friend and I were just back and forth looking at each other in abject disbelief, while this visceral audience reaction was going on…. Apparently, a relatively large number of the audience(it felt en masse)were upset that the artist was not playing his hit songs, but instead was expressing the art that he and his wife were currently engaged in, which had a jazz focus.

      It was a disgusting, pathetic display, and in my opinion, a microcosm of the pathology afflicting the psyche of the wider populous in general.

      Links to articles discussing the performance:

      PS: 1: Forgive me if all of the above should be on an “open Thread”.

      2: I cannot believe that concert was nearly ten years ago…. Kids, watch out. Time flies and is gone before you know it.

      • manbearpig says:

        I didn’t know Laurie Anderson was Lou Reed’s wife.

        What a pity people were not more respectuous, open-minded and music loving.

        Pity they reduced these artists to the caricature of their commercial hits rather than discovering these exceptional people through their artistic rapport, exploration and sensibilities via the unique, ephemeral, improvisational creation of their art…

    • alexandre says:

      Erm…how about that 911 on the 50 seconds mark on that video? Oh, I guess it’s nine one one, yes? To call the police? Ambulance? Virus…call an ambulance? Just a coincidence. Anyway, good tune.

      The other day I went to a rehearsal of a play I’m doing the music for and at the end one of the actors was sitting down drinking some tea and she didn’t look too good. Some one said she had a fever. I pointed at her and said jokingly “hey, coronavirus?!” She didn’t think it was funny. People are freaking out with this thing. But why, if the mortality is lower than the common flu? And if it’s so obviously a political virus? And a false flag. And a psy op. Take some lemonade and forget about it. No?

      • manbearpig says:

        Well lots of stuff is

        “…obviously a political virus? And a false flag. And a psy op…”

        and yet…

        anyhow, maybe that poor achy actress felt sniffly, ugly and contaminated and needed comforting?

        ok, yea, I love idly answering rhetorical questions idly posed by bored Brazilian musicians on subversively alternative news sites
        and, I love lemonade and Laurie was right about Big Science too”:,BIG-SCIENCE,102801070.html

        I’d wager they’re lucky to have you as their musician.

        • alexandre says:

          “anyhow, maybe that poor achy actress felt sniffly, ugly and contaminated and needed comforting?”

          Yeah, I thought a wee joke would cheer her up, but I just ended up as an asshole.

          Ah, rhetorical questions, to nudge nudge some points and say no more.

          I don’t k now why the director likes what I do (and say), but she does. So there I am in a completely foreign universe. First time working with theater. Kind of fun, lot of work, little money.

          Yeah Laurie. I remember back in the 80s / 90s, we thought she was just shite, but now I find her kinda cool. Even a bit swinging. Yodellayheehoo, even.

          A non rhetorical question for ya: When people post graphics of the coronavirus cases and deaths, wouldn’t it be a good idea to post also the normal flu graphics, for comparison?

          Vitamin C and Boldo infusion, I say. (Boldo = INDIAN COLEUS (Coleus barbatus / Plectranthus barbatus)) – for the liver.

        • candlelight says:

          I’m gonna wager your wager’s a damned good bet……

        • alexandre says:

          The good thing about current times is that, the more time goes on, the better you become. I used to be just good, but now I’m brilliant! Hurray for entropy!

          Just kidding. (Joshing?) I’m the lucky one to have been found by these people. They’re very rare these days. Learning a lot, AND they help me pay the bills. That’s damned lucky, eh?

  5. zyxzevn says:


    There is one problem with the Virus that has not been mentioned.
    It appears to have a second stage, where it reinfects people that
    were cured. This second stage seems to attack the immune system as well. It can be more damaging, because the immune system starts attacking
    their own body.

    This means that “vaccines” could be deadly, as they are more likely
    to introduce the second phase of the virus.

    The virus is also mutating a lot, which means that vaccines and
    the immune system will no longer recognize the virus. This means
    that new waves of the disease will be coming each year or half-year.

    Maybe we will see a whole collapse of the “vaccine” methodology.

    Good news part

    Soap and hydrogen peroxide works well against the virus.

    There are also standard medicine that work well against the RNA virus.

    Remdesivir and chloroquine effectively inhibit the recently emerged novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) in vitro

    It is claimed to be “highly effective”.
    This information may save some lives for people that need treatment.

    Discussion at:

    • Qno says:

      There is an even bigger problem, and that is that Virology hasn’t yet earned the status of science that it has been granted. It is still very much at the stage of superstition. Which means we can see any number of things happen any number of ways, decide which bits of the picture we want to see and which bits to exclude, and then attribute almost any characteristics we like to said viral entity. See the work of Janine Roberts on this – absolutely mind blowing how rubbish virology is and how bad it is at achieving anything useful whatsoever.

      Moreover, person to person spread of viral illness has never been proven, in fact it stubbornly fails to be proven in experiment. The US govt tried it with Spanish Flu and failed, the British Government tried it and couldn’t even spread a cold. Fred Hoyle et al proved mathematically that person to person spread is the worst explanation, although his idea of panspermy isn’t that much better.

      In fact, the only things that really behave like viruses are meant to are computer viruses and memes (contagious ídeas). I’m really intrigued, James, by the idea that the OK bombing was an exercise that escaped into the real world. I must go back to your podcast on that – which episode was it again?

      The parallels are clear. Is this a simulation that ‘got out of the lab’? Most of the ‘victims’ are in fact victims of collateral damage to the response, but of course they usefully ‘prove’ the deadliness of the disease, thus justifying more of the response.

      • zyxzevn says:

        I think that virology is a more advanced that you claim. In microscopes you can follow the process of infection and spreading. RNA viruses use the ribosomes, and DNA viruses replace the DNA. These processes are easy to follow.

        Viruses are using chemical inter-cellular communication for
        their own benefit.
        This is also common for other parasites.
        Even bacteria in our body can influence us to eat certain stuff.

        The problem is that viruses are very hard to identify, because
        they are extremely small. And they are using some common chemical
        structures that cause false positives.

        The failed experiments are interesting though.
        Can viruses not live without some kind of carrier?

        There is some interesting research that showed that
        some viruses can only attack people severely that
        are lacking certain communication molecules.

        Here is a long list of videos of some good researchers.

        • Qno says:

          Look it all starts from the underpinning assumptions about what viruses are and how they behave.

          What is seen in electron microscopes – dead, preserved and monochrome – is cellular debris. What that debris is could be anybody’s guess. Particles of DNA – check. Lipoprotein coat made from the same material as the cell membrane – check. Etc, you get the picture.

          Seeing this as a virus takes a huge amount of imagination, but guess what, that’s where the pre-formed assumptions about virus fill in the blanks. When you dig deep into virology, you find that the whole understanding of that world depends on circular arguments and some very crude techniques for ‘isolating’ them.

          As for proving that a virus causes a disease, that’s another level of goalpost moving altogether, since we all know if we are sick, but luckily we only have to take the word of some expert that there is a virus present.

          Take flu: it’s caused by a virus, except when it isn’t, in which case it’s ‘flu like illness’. And the virus always causes flu, except when it doesn’t, and so on.

          So, you can have:
          flu with flu virus
          flu without virus (call it something else)
          virus without flu (carrier)
          neither virus nor flu (lucky you).

          So, instead of concluding all of the above, how about we consider one much simpler hypothesis – that viruses have nothing whatsoever to do with the causation of influenza, that this is an entirely different kind of bodily process? Can you find a problem with this?

          • Devon says:


            I agree with your assessment. I believe that there is a chance that viruses are real, but I’ve yet to see any real evidence in support of this theory. What we do see is like you said, just strands of DNA, etc. in sick people. These are replicated in-vitro, as in through PCR testing in a test tube, as opposed to replicated as retroviruses. This shows that there is no proof that the supposed viruses actually multiply on their own. This casts serious doubt on nucleic acid testing. These DNA strands could very well be waste products or broken DNA chains, similar to dideoxy nucleotides (terminator bases), which are used to gene sequence. Perhaps this is just an oxidized DNA molecule, which would makes sense as disease is caused by oxidative stressors.

            Check out the works of Thomas E. Levy for more info on that. Also check out the following book:

            Virus Mania: How the Medical Industry Continually Invents Epidemics, Making Billion-Dollar Profits At Our Expense Paperback – September 19, 2007
            by Torsten Engelbrecht

            This book demonstrates how secondary waves of viral infections are most likely just the consequences of the treatments of the first wave, while the first wave likely comes from pollution, etc. Kind of what John Rappoport was talking about. Vaccines and anti-viral drugs could very easily be to blame. The HIV virus is no exception. It is likely caused by heavy drug abuse, and poppers then compounded by AZT and other “AIDS” drugs. This makes me seriously question the narrative that COVID-19 was man-made, as its gene sequence supposedly includes HIV viral DNA. But HIV has never actually been proven to be real…

            What are your thoughts?

            • Qno says:

              Totally agree, and you’ve got a good grasp of the detail also. Endless authors comment on this and their voice seems to echo in some kind of void, because the information is so inconvenient medical science itself would just have to pack up and go home.

              AIDS is no more a viral reality than anything else, it just happens to be a bigger and more serious lie, which makes it less subject to critical questioning.

              But AIDS is also a great example of how when the narrative doesn’t fit the science, the science gets sidelined.

              Yes, I totally agree that all the man-made bio weapon theories are a distraction. Just because they are attractive conspiracy theories for the likes of Alex Jones doesn’t stop them being laughable to me. Because they play completely into the hands of those wishing to push the virus theory. In a way, InfoWars is doing what the whole war on fake news failed to do, which is keep the world on message about viral outbreaks.

              Remember 2009, swine flu? It’s all lies, authorities overreacting, pharma selling their shit, WHO change the definition of pandemic and cry wolf…?

              Jump forward to 2020, and those same ‘alt’ media commentators are saying ‘It’s deadlier than they say, the government are hiding how bad it is, prep for disaster… buy our shit!

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Thanks zyxzevn (67),

      You prompted me to briefly look into chloroquine and its history/side effects and chemical structure. I kept noticing its mention over the past month.

      For me personally, I would pass on chloroquine.

      Tonic Water – Quinine – Cinchona tree – Fever Tree
      Coincidently, last night I had a small glass of tonic water, which contains quinine.
      It felt good.

      Every so often, I will grab a small bottle to drink.
      The body feels good afterwards.

      My think is:
      Much like Wormwood (which I grow), Black Walnut’s Green Hull extract, and Cloves, that the tonic water might help to suppress critters such as parasites in the body.

      One of my brothers was a missionary in Nigeria for 10 years.
      He had malaria.
      He sometimes suspects that he still has remnants of it.

      • zyxzevn says:

        It would be good to have some insight in natural remedies that work. Hygiene works, and not recycling parasites via shit. Some remedies are extremely simple. Like mud against diphteria? or something.

        I saw that some oxygen/ozone therapy might work too. And I thought that it would be funny, if the popular working remedy against this virus would an alternative therapy like this. The industry would shit themselves.

        • Qno says:

          Put simply: health works. It is the best immunity, and the only sustainable solution to disease.

          The idea that disease is external, an ‘influenz’, that was an old superstition; a vacuum of reason into which viral theory had to rush. Disease is not an external influenz, but it is environmental, sure: Florence Nightingale said “there are no diseases, only disease conditions”, and showed that the basics of health are the solution, not some fancy schmancy technology.

          • alexandre says:

            What do I respond when someone says “What about the bubonic plague?” The black death, The Pestilence. That’s one they always throw at you whenever you talk about the questionability (?)…the questionableness…of virus and the whole medicine scandal.

            • Qno says:

              Well, firstly you ask if they understand the difference between bacterial and viral.

              Beyond that, if we can argue about what happened in the world last week, it’s fair to say we don’t really know for sure what happened back in the 14th century, several hundred years before bacteria were even seen with a microscope.

              The official narrative for the Black Death is something that has surely been pieced together and ratified by experts in the official narratives for everything else.

              That said, if you’re going to share your food supply with rats, and live in a feudal system of agriculture where even the BASICS of hygiene are not understood, do you really need an explanation for why you might get sick? If it isn’t bubonic plague, something else will get you. And that’s really the point. Bacteria, like everything else in an ecology, are opportunists: they will find their natural habitat. Don’t make your body an inviting home for them and they won’t bother you.

            • Qno says:

              Honestly though, the real awkward example would be myxomatosis. Once again, unless one is prepared to look behind the official narrative it is hard not to say it sinks the case entirely. I have been looking into an alternative narrative for myxxy, since I think one is called for. Eventually I will post it on my website, once that is up and running again in its new form. Suffice to say, victory over rabbit explosions using myxomatosis was achieved by the same Frank Fenner to whom victory over smallpox was attributed. And that fact alone should make the narrative, written by the victor, highly suspect, since smallpox had all but died out of its own accord before the ‘eradication’ programme he led was even started. And, curiously enough, when Fenner tried a second time to use Myxxy as a weapon, it didn’t work. So, first time, perhaps he was just in the right place at the right time and took the credit. The failure the second time was put down to immunity in the rabbits. And how can we argue otherwise when such moving of goalposts so conveniently supports the official version?

              • alexandre says:

                Thank you, Qno. History seems to be more and more made up of frauds and distortions almost entirely. As of knowing what happened back then, my sister read personal accounts of the time of the plague. They’re not the “official sources” (or are they?) and so she trust them. But indeed it looks like people use that to defend the viral position as they take the Inquisition to destroy Christianity. The bacterial X viral is a good one. I know nothing about that, or the plague, but I’ll have a look. It just irritates me when people use these “inarguables” just to stop the conversation. Thanks again for the info.

      • manbearpig says:

        I just bought a very old French aperitif called BYRRH ’cause once I did a translation about the history of the company (inspiring) and the production site that you can visit (impressive) because it contains quinquina (cinchona), elderberry flower, bitter orange and cinnamon!

        Cheers dear!

        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          BUMP –
          BYRRH Liquor

          contains quinquina (cinchona)( quinine ),
          elderberry flower,
          bitter orange and cinnamon!

        • alexandre says:

          Translation, eh?? That reminds me of something…hmmm….
          Cool site(!) Here it’s Quinino. Good for labyrinthitis, I’m told.

    • PaulDiggsJazz says:

      Here is an interesting article questioning if the COVID-19 virus is actually the cause of the infection or if it is just a passenger virus carried by a mycobacteria such as Tuberculosis. It notes the ineffectiveness of antivirals such as ribavirin and oseltamivir, and the reported claims that antibiotics have shown to be effective in treating COVID-19 victims.

      On the Reinfection issue Dr. Lawrence Broxmeyer, MD notes “Physicians on the ground in China report this COVID-19 coronavirus may produce a re-infection that is more lethal than the first. Yet tuberculosis is reported to have such a high rate of reinfection that even after triple antibiotic treatment the reinfection rate is higher than the rate of new tuberculosis.”

      He also points out the parallels of this infection with the 1918 spanish flu – including the preceding mass infection of and slaughter of pigs.

      He further notes young children appear to be immune: “Yet perhaps one of the most puzzling features to virologists regarding the new coronavirus as with SARS and MERS (Mediterranean Respiratory Syndrome) is that compared with adults and teenagers, it seems to have a less aggressive clinical course in younger children; that is, puzzling until one reads bacteriologist René Dubos’s observation that tuberculosis is rarely severe between the ages of 5 and 12, the very age span spared by the 2019-nCOV coronavirus.”

      He promotes Vitamin C to prevent infection. “Most mammals internally secrete vitamin C from their liver and resist infection and death from TB. The mammals that don’t secrete vitamin C endogenously (humans, guinea pigs, fruit bats, primate monkeys) are vulnerable to TB and mortal pneumonia. Even Linus Pauling realized that TB was extraordinarily sensitive to killing by vitamin C. Guinea pig research led to the discovery of the tuberculosis bacterium, obviously because their liver doesn’t secrete vitamin C and makes them prone to TB infections.”

      Here are a couple papers by Dr Lawrence Broxmeyer on the subject:……._By_Dr._Lawrence_Broxmeyer_MD

      As for me, I think the best preventative is sufficient vitamin C, D3, and A for a healthy immune system. If I feel a bug comming on I will add some echinacea and goldenseal to boost the immune system, and maybe garlic for its antiviral, antivairal, and antifungal properties.

      • Qno says:

        The thing is, you don’t need a virus or a viral bioweapon in order to spread death and mayhem. All you need to do is tell people that there is a deadly virus and that it is spreading, then sit back and watch them all kill themselves in the chaos that ensues.

  6. nawk says:

    An angle you may find interesting:

    “A little known specialized bond created in 2017 by the World Bank may hold the answer as to why U.S. and global health authorities have declined to label the global spread of the novel coronavirus a “pandemic.”

    Those bonds, now often referred to as “pandemic bonds,” were ostensibly intended to transfer the risk of potential pandemics in low-income nations to financial markets.”

    or you can read it here:

    Oh, guess who is current Director-General for the World Health Organization? That would be Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, who was who was appointed on 1 July 2017. [hum] You may remember that he was the Ethiopian Minister of Health, who managed NOT to notice a major outbreak of Cholera, that killed thousands of his fellow countrymen during his tenure as Minister of Health.

  7. San*A says:

    thanks James, as usual a great article, it all makes perfect sense.
    you pointed out the goal, and maybe the method is 5G.

    Jon Rappoport has done a lot of research regarding virusses and pandemics,
    very interesting to read back older articles too.

  8. mkey says:

    Pay attention to the zerohedge article about the supposed 425 billion reasons as to why WHO is holding off from declaring a pandemic.

    The article title says billions (with a b) but it in the article content it only refers to millions (with an m). The article spins even higher tales by going into more detail. They mention two trenches for the 425M bond. One totaling 225M with the other stopping just shy of 100, at 95M… where’s the remaining 105M?

    Quite shoddy writing this time around on ZH.

  9. Tin Lid says:

    I found this gootube post by Dana Ashlie linking corona to 5G very compelling:

  10. brian.s says:

    Good comment on the weaponising and marketising of fear and social conditioning to comply and conform to protection racketeering.

    Virus theory is like climate change theory. There is no doubt that changes occur – but narratives can use fear of projected trends to make a cover story that serves private or indeed the private globalist agenda.

    This may seem impossible or dangerous to question if you have always lived in the worldview of the narrative’s conditioning, but if you are reading here you are able to grok that the theories that find official acceptance and funding, are those that serve established interests – rather than the truth.

    I find David Crowe to offer sober, scientific and proportionate research on ‘coronavirus’.

    He basically stops at greed as motivation – but I see more in play.

    When fear SAYS SO! – it becomes almost impossible to question the narrative assumptions that then frame all perception and response.

    Basically, good nursing supports the regaining and renewing or rebalancing of health.
    Projection of fear into the situation leads to diagnosis, interventions,and treatments that undermine health, make us sick and dependent, and degrade our functional quality of life to untimely death.

    The patterns that can be noticed with regard to fear-given-power are then easily observed in many other pushed or mandated ‘solutions’ to propagandised ‘problems’ that effectively transfer power, wealth and health to those who benefit in terms of funding, control and privilege.

    Fear becomes the element within any issue or challenge that must needs be faced and owned – if self-honesty as self-responsibility aligns in health from the ground up – and from the centre out – rather than cover stories by which toxic fears are repackaged and ‘sold’ to our belief as power or hope of protection or mitigation from fear, pain and loss.

    Hiding fear, protects it from healing, and also seeks and finds ‘protectors’ or ‘power’ by which to remain hidden. This can be needed when fear is otherwise running riot as a way to limit inflammation. But is helpful within the context of raising the level of consciousness and choice – rather than as a way to steal or capture the minds of others as proxies for private control agenda.

    Fear is contagion. Why is it that bad news finds such attention and attraction and alignment in attempt to ward it off? Is it not because such a pattern of thinking and identity is already invisibly active, as an internalised structure of survival acquired in our pre-consciousness or formative experience?

    Regardless the narratives that may be generated in trying to make sense of our current human cultural development, it has war on Consciousness as a core component. This can also be seen as invested identity in a state of conflict or darkness such as feels threatened by light of any healing perspective and thus desperately acts to restate the frame of division that rules OUT, as the credibility of the attempt to rule OVER – or indeed to interject and overrule any direct Movement of Life in the living, the sharing and the gratitude of.

    [SNIP – Please keep comments to 500 words or less. Longer comments can be broken into multiple posts. -JC]

  11. Rui Preto says:

    Hi James.

    Isn’t CDC Center for Decease Control? Creation would seem a bit kafkaesque…
    i didn’t manage to find that dptm 🙂

    • Qno says:

      Creation is more apt. What we have to realise is the world is being taken over by a rising administrative class, who’s sole purpose of existing is to justify their own existence and keep their own jobs. They work for institutions. And institutions are psychopathic systems that likewise have a prime purpose that is simply to persist. How come there is still a cystic fibrosis society? You think it’s because they found the cure for cystic fibrosis thanks to all your donations? You think if disease got less and less of a problem the CDC would be rewarded by bigger grants and more job security? If hospitals are getting so much better at curing disease, how come they get bigger and bigger? Shouldn’t they be getting smaller? Is there really less sickness in the world now?

      • Fawlty Towers says:

        “Creation is more apt. What we have to realise is the world is being taken over by…”

        Given the most recent developments with COVID-19, perhaps a more apt
        name would be ‘Centers for Disease Cremation’?

      • alexandre says:

        Yes indeed, Qno, and a good idea is to re-watch Corbett’s “Rockefeller Medicine” to keep in mind always where this whole “medicine” complex came from.

        How about “Center for Disease Contagion”? Nah…

        • Qno says:

          Love it. Keep them coming! Cash-generating Dangerous Confabulations.

          Absolutely. Corbett Report followers of all people ought to recognise a land-grab when they see one. Virology is an absolute classic example. It has that wonderful combination of a simple explanation that doesn’t solve a complex problem thereby requiring a burgeoning industry to deal with the fall out and paper over the glaring inconsistencies, and huge amounts of control to resist any challenge or competition – and most of all great pots of public money to pay for the repeat business generated by FAILURE.

          It’s flipping obvious!

          • alexandre says:

            “Confraternity of Demented Cunts”
            That’s a bit harsh maybe. That word is common in Scotland, apparently, but elsewhere is maybe too strong. Still…adequate.

            But yes. Since the beginnings of this so called medicine is what it is, everything that followed should be strongly questioned. Some times you can agree that it’s corrupt, but then comment on some test for disease that comes from the same corrupt universe. Something like that. Everything should be questioned in the medical industrial complex.

            I always noticed some bumper stickers that indicated that the driver was a medicine student – usually a skull with a snake and things like that, and I always wondered why use such symbols, which obviously suggest “death”. It’s their business. Death causation, administration, exploitation etc. Just a thought.

            “Command for Deranged Collaborators”.

            • Qno says:

              It’s still a common word here in Aus also. If you complain about staff rudeness, the response is “which one of you c*nts called this c*nt a c*nt”. All the same, the word still implies reproduction, family, life, community, love and so on, so I don’t think it should apply to the CDC.

              Keep ’em coming…

              • alexandre says:

                Ha ha ha. Saludos to AUS from BR.
                Cast of Doubtful Clusterfucks.

                I was trying something in German, but can’t find German swear words starting with C.

  12. Qno says:

    Spot on as usual, James. To anybody who finds this surprising, strange or alarmist, I say they’ve been spending not enough time following current events and too much time reading the news.

  13. Octium says:

    I think in the same way Aids became stigmatised as being the “gay” disease, I think we should be actively trying to stigmatise Covid-19 as being the “Authoritarian” disease.

    After all, it started in an Authoritarian country, right next door to a Bio lab and despite all the over the top counter measures, it has spread anyway!

    • Duck says:

      AIDS for many years WAS a ‘gay’ disease in the West, and TBH unless you practice stupid habits its pretty hard to get- which is why its so worrisome that its still an issue though it IS a huge and lucrative business…
      One day they will pull the plug on free AIDS drugs to places like South Africa and a third of the population will die in short order.
      Pretty sure that the LESS authoritarian places will see a faster spread of the virus an that will be used as an advert FOR the benefits of fascism- And as Mr Corbett says many will be applauding it

      • Qno says:

        Straight away we must stop using the word ‘disease’ with AIDS. AIDS is a syndrome – massive difference. That means it is not a single clearly defined thing with a single clearly defined cause. Very inconvenient. The HIV theory of AIDS is scientific fraud and hasn’t solved the problem at all, but has in fact caused untold suffering.

        • Duck says:

          I don’t see any issue with the Viral cause of HIV, though there are no doubt many other factors that I don’t know about.
          Saw a TV Doc (think it was CBS) on how the Congo polio vaccinations spread
          This doc is NOT the one I am thinking of, but it looks to be going over the same ground on the monkey live virus polio vaccine manufacture origin of AIDS- they caught some apes and sliced their organs up for manufacture. Need to dig thru my drives

          • Qno says:

            The issue with the viral cause of AIDS (not viral cause of HIV, to be precise), is that it isn’t bloody well true. It was based on a rush between the Americans and the French to get the kudos and awards for discovering the cause of AIDS. Robert Gallo is a fraud. He should be in prison for his crimes. Lots of people have said so, he can sue them if he wants to.

            AIDS is a toxic problem, not a viral problem, and the causes are multifactorial and different in every case. That is what makes it a SYNDROME (the S in AIDS). The clue is in the name. To not get AIDS in Africa you need clean water, sanitation, access to food, a route out of poverty. To not get AIDS in New York you need to not party for weeks at a time driven by stimulants.

            Theories about lab monkeys and all that jazz are really just conspiracy freeloading.

            • Devon says:

              I agree. A lot of AIDS is simply tuberculosis in age groups that shouldn’t get the disease, so they must be immune compromised. What causes this? HIV. Problem solved. This African village is dying of AIDS, not TB brought on by polluted water.

              Nonsense is just around the corner when there is an AIDS outbreak.

              • Qno says:

                Quite. We can call it a discrete problem with a straightforward cause and find a product to sell that can promise to fix it, then life can go on largely unchanged and TPTSB go on ruling the world (inconvenient fact; those solutions don’t work). Or else those in authority have to admit that they don’t have an easy solution to the highly complex problem of our increasingly toxic and stressful society.

                The history of disease has always been a tug of war between germ theorists (virology) and hygienists (toxicology). It just happens that germ theory makes a lot of money, whereas hygiene does not. If anything, hygiene (in the traditional healing sense) costs money and is painstaking work. The inconvenient fact is that the war on germs has failed to solve the problem of disease. Like those other wars (terror, drugs etc) it has made the problem worse but kept those pretending to solve it dining out very well for a long time now.

        • Duck says:

          ahh… I guess it is this doc, Book is the river by Hooper. not read it so can not speak much beyond what i saw in the doc

    • tillerman says:

      In the opening lines of his insightful essay, James points to a late January interview with Francis Boyle where he holds that the Coronavirus has been weaponized with “gain of function properties.” In an interview Boyle gave several weeks later he further substantiates his view on the basis of new information. You can link to the interview directly below where Boyle cites 4 studies that support this conclusion. Boyle is the Author of the US Biowarfare Act and the 2005 book Biowarfare and Terrorism (see


      For a background on the criminal enterprise of biowarfare, read this transcript of Boyle holding forth on the matter in a Q & A with Sherman Ross:


      See also these two resources on non-mainstream Coronavirus therapies:

      Three Intravenous Vitamin C Research Studies Approved for Treating COVID-19

      Oxygen therapy working for coronavirus patient, Seoul says

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        Thanks for the link about Vitamin C IV and Doctor in China.

        A few weeks ago, I was emailing a vast variety of hospitals/medical universities/Doctors/people in Hong Kong and other places about the use of Ultraviolet Light and Ozone Blood Therapy as a very effective treatment protocol for viral and lung related illnesses.

        This protocol definitely jives with your note about Oxygen, along with this Chinese Doctor’s treatment back in early February.

      • Skip Tomalou says:

        Great compilation work, Tillerman. Thank you.

        I’m of the mind that Boyle’s work is the starting point of any rational discussion of Covid-19.

        That said, the question of intention vs. human error in the release of this gain-of-function bio-weapon remains to be seen.

        Given the state of geopolitics there’s no reason to believe that criminal actors atop the pyramid (so to speak) would not have been motivated to trigger the trojan horse represented by a BHL-4 in Wuhan. Likewise, it isn’t preposterous to suggest that the PRC wasn’t motivated to release it themselves, given the need to hide the severe overestimation of their own economic strength before the cold hard reality set in. The cause remains a known unknown.

        On the other side of the argument, when paired with the 5G theory that Covid-19 is a reliable cover-story to hide the roll out and triggering of a near-universal phased array weapon, a coherent globalist offensive narrative makes sense as well. (I’m referring to Dana Ashley’s research.) It’ll be interesting to watch events unfold keeping these two theories in mind.

        Obviously, Boyle is conservatively hedging to suggest human error is likely the cause, and wisely so. The label of conspiracy theorist is a 3rd rail he needs to repel in order to remain an authority on the subject.


  14. cooly says:


    Gary Hoey
    Song: Jamie

    Pete Molinari
    Song: Lest We Forget

  15. scpat says:

    “…a propaganda campaign unlike any we have seen before will be waged to portray the purveyors of this information as a threat to public order. They will be purged from the internet accordingly, with (no doubt) the approval of a large proportion of the population. And with that precedent set, it will only be a matter of time before any information that challenges the ruling power is deemed a “threat to public order” and wiped from the internet.”

    This is what I picture the climate change/global warming agenda being capable of. It kind of already is actually.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Thanks for underscoring this aspect… this PPP – Purge & Propaganda Purveyance.

      Personally, I have noticed that it has become increasingly difficult to search for multiple sources and articles about alternative health.

  16. Benglian says:

    Super annoying. I hardly read anything in the moment, but “save to Pocket” to read later. When i do that i just get the cut, subscribe for the full story! Version.
    I do subscibe…

  17. rick77 says:

    I love the insight but I’m somewhat of a nomad and am trying to decide if I should travel back outside of the US as I normally do this time of year. Costa Rica in particular. The region I go to there has zero hospital system. I’m worried this might be a real thing and that I may be better off in the US for now. Your thoughts?


    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      As for me, I avoid conventional Doctors and Hospitals in a major way.

      Alternative Medicine is for me, such as this local Dallas area Doctor…
      (This protocol addresses viruses and lung issues.)

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        Read my personal anecdote about

        • ztaco says:

          Hey HRS, do you know any youtube channels, websites, or hubs for actual info on natural/holistic medicines? I feel like the amount of disinfo and fake science is ridiculous when it comes to home remedies or natural ways to cure illnesses and stay generally healthy. I was able to find actual news info by the likes of Corbett, but haven’t found anything for health other than maybe a Dr. Mercola video.

          • HomeRemedySupply says:

            The culling of Alternative & Natural Health…
            Just like you, I have found that the internet has really changed within the past year or so.
            Search results /sources are thin compared to what they once were.
            And like you, often Mercola is my ‘go to’ if I am in a hurry.

            Here are a few potential places…


            Hyperhealth Pro 11, 2012 was some software I once used religiously to find relevant scientific studies and information about a slew of health related matters.
            This was a great resource.
            For about 3 years and averaging 2-4 hours a day, I would read the info and studies.
            At the time, I printed out many pounds of paper, which I have in files for future reference.
            The Sprouts Grocery ‘Vitamin & Supplement’ department may still offer free access to it with their department computer and printer.

            EWG – “The Environmental Working Group” is a wonderful source for science and studies when it comes to toxins. It is a shame that some of its material of a decade or two ago, is no longer available.

            IAOMT – International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology has a YouTube Channel with some fascinating lectures.
            Example: Dr. Jorge Flechas delivers a “Silicates in Human Health” presentation
            Sidenote: Dr. Jorge Flechas has a talk on another YouTube Channel “Total Body Iodine Sufficiency” which is very interesting.
            It is also interesting to note that Dentist Dr. David Kennedy cites how Iodine rinse in the mouth was used to prevent cavities and harmful mouth bacteria.
            I would bet that Iodine can attenuate viruses.
            When I was a dishwasher in the 60’s, Iodine rinse was used on all the pots, pans and dishes.

            Global Research .org .ca – Sometimes they have some good articles.

            Natural News has a lot of submitted information about natural remedies, but sometimes I question aspects because some articles are so opinionated.

            Some of the Herb & plant websites have nice summaries about herbs and their uses.

            Katie Wells (Wellness Mama) has some great stuff from a Mother’s and Woman’s perspective.

            Dr. Bob DeMaria – Dr. Bob “The Drugless Doctor” YouTube is fun to watch.

            During the course of building the website “Dallas For Safer Water”, I ran across a lot of interesting sources for information.
            Just by scrolling through the website, you can pick up some unique places for information.

            I’m typed out.
            Hope this helps.

            Perhaps other Corbett Report members can add to the list of natural/holistic medicines.

            • ztaco says:

              Thank you for taking the time to write that response. A wealth of information to look over.

              • Devon says:

                If you join the Greenmedinfo mailing list you will be granted free access to a variety of health summits. Most of them come from Health Means. Sign up with Health Means and get access to tonnes of interviews, transcripts, etc. It’s a great source.

            • tillerman says:

              Many thanks Home Remedy Supply for sharing all those sites! 

              Here are several more

              Life Extension Foundation — Protocols (

              A place to stop for a kind of overview to help get one’s bearings on treating a condition. The foundation pours its members money into researching supplements and has developed many useful and important formulas. The above link is to their protocols page has much good information though make sure they pass inspection. Go ahead and choose a topic. You will see that not only are conventional protocols covered but also holistic ones, all supported with extensive bibliographies.

              Nexus News Feed 

              Not solely health related articles but a good aggregator on a variety of subjects that links to original sources of articles that appear on the site. Can search by keywords or selecting “Health & Healing” in sidebar. 

              Natural Blaze 
              Recommended source of breaking Health related news — Worthwhile newsletter.

              Dr. Gary Null’s Vaccine articles and his “Deadly Deception” Documentary in full

              In this week’s subscriber newsletter, James links to a recent interview with James Lyons-Weiler


              who, on the basis of his continuing research, has reversed his position that the coronoavirus likely appeared as a bio-weapon. He currently has an article under peer review where he makes his case. His reversal comes up toward the end of the conversation.  

              See the review linked to below referenced by Lyons-Weiler in the course of the discussion. Both the aforementioned review and the second link to the article on nutraceuticals that have potential for boosting the type 1 interferon response to RNA viruses are from his February blog post (

              “Review: Micronutrient Selenium Deficiency Influences Evolution of Some Viral Infectious Diseases”

              “Nutraceuticals have potential for boosting the type 1 interferon response to RNA viruses including influenza and coronavirus”

              See also Lyons-Weiler’s March 4, 2020 interview with Dr. Stephanie Seneff regarding Micronutrient deficiencies and COVID-19. Seneff appears in the context of Weiler’s “Unbreaking Science.” Find out about the purpose of the podcast by following the second link below

              COVID-19 and Micronutrients – w/Dr. Stephanie Seneff

              Introducing Unbreaking Science with Dr. Jack (9.6.18)

              Here’s to sharing, the freedom to access good information and stronger immunity to one and all! I hope one great thing that comes out of this is the sharing of good health information like never before and a mass rejection of unproven, unsafe and ineffective vaccines.

              • manbearpig says:

                Oh! cool! Just found some ACE Selenium tablets I’d bought last year and hadn’t taken for some reason… there’s no time like the present!

              • HomeRemedySupply says:

                Thanks Tillerman!

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        COVID-19 Coronavirus GLOBAL PANIC
        What if…

        What if people could be ‘cured’ of COVID-19 in 24-48 hours?

        How would the Mainstream Media, WHO, Governments, Conventional Medicine, etc. react?
        While I have mentioned it before in the comment sections of the past, repeatedly, I should say this again…

        Early January 2018, I had viral pneumonia. It was rough and I took off work for most of a week.
        Finally, on January 11th, Thursday, I got the Ultraviolet Light and Ozone Blood Therapy.
        Friday I was back to work feeling great! Full of energy and with no symptoms of pneumonia nor coughing spasms. I worked a full straight 9 hour shift (no lunch) outside in 25 degree F weather loading a truck. Same on Saturday.

        My health was ‘fixed’ within 24 hours.
        Here’s the rub.
        This “24 hour fix” is not uncommon.

        Dr. Miley was a practitioner who did thousands of (BPT) BioPhotonic Therapy (also known as ultraviolet light) treatments in the 1940’s.
        By the mid 1940s, BPT had really begun to roll.
        Dr. Miley reported that using BPT on viral pneumonia (still a big killer today) would cure this condition rather quickly.
        He reported:

        1. Complete disappearance of toxic symptoms within 24-76 hours after a single treatment.
        2. Disappearance of the cough in 3-7 days.
        3. X-ray evidence of complete clearing of the lungs within 24-96 hours after a single treatment.

        So how would the world react if some nation or hospital or group of people started utilizing this protocol and coronavirus patients were quickly being remedied?

        I think Big Pharma would do everything they could to suppress the news.

        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          And I’m an old man in his upper 60’s…who smokes.

        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          From the blog of Dr. Rowan…
          A Plausible “Penny” Costing Effective Treatment for Corona Virus – Ozone Therapy


          Many viruses require reduced sulfhydryl groups for cell fusion and entry. Corona viruses are rich in cysteine, which residues must be intact for viral activity. Sulfhydryl groups are vulnerable to oxidation. Ozone therapy, a very inexpensive and safe modality, may safely exploit this critical vulnerability in many viruses, inclusive of corona virus….

          • HomeRemedySupply says:

            As reported on “Health Impact News”, Dr. Robert Rowan has been trying to get the word out.

            …The N.Y. Times article cites medical journals’ (considered “prestigious”) reports on this virus, and the director of the NIH. For your information, the manuscript I posted on my office website was improved, and totally referenced, and submitted to these journals for publication as commentary.

            No interest. It was also forwarded to the same head of the NIH. No response.

            It was sent to the Chinese embassy in DC. There, I did get a response from a health person who promised to transmit it to the mainland.

            I have contacts in China. The situation is so bad that hospitals are at last open to ozone therapy and the 10-pass technique in an effort to save lives.

            In this outbreak, I think DIV ozone (direct intravenous gas) will be far more cost effective as 15 people can be treated in the time of one 10 pass treatment.

            However, I am told that DIV is currently sidelined while they look into my actually preferred form of ozone therapy – hyperbaric ozone…

            …As I described earlier, coronavirus, like Ebola, must attach to, fuse to, and then enter the cell…

            …These viruses have an Achilles heel, which I believe I am the first and only to point out and run with. They have amino acid “fingers” which attach to the cell for fusion. Key amino acids are cysteine and tryptophan.

            Cysteine is the most vulnerable amino acid to ozone/oxidant alteration, and tryptophan is second.

            Hello out there, medical mob! Is anyone reading the writing on the wall? It appears we have the PERFECT antiviral in our hands RIGHT NOW. Ozone chops off the “fingers” of the viruses preventing them from “opening the cookie jar” (the cell).

            And we get a bonus with this one (ozone). The lethal viruses also can incite an immune response so vigorous that the response itself kills the host. That is why young and healthy people are dying. Ozone modulates this immune response, even if administered days before exposure to a pathogen. (Found in Cuban research)…

            …I (or Dr. Robins) have reached out to the CDC, the WHO, and Times. Dr. Robins has repeatedly tried. I have also reached out to my local paper.

            All, deaf ears. We are being run by a Pharma oligarchy….

          • HomeRemedySupply says:

            This is worth the read or skimming through.

            Journal of Infectious Diseases and Epidemiology
            Volume 6 / Issue 2
            Rowen and Robins
            “A Plausible “Penny” Costing Effective Treatment for Corona Virus –
            Ozone Therapy

            Many viruses require reduced sulfhydryl groups for cell fu-sion and entry. Corona viruses, including SARS-CoV-2 (the cause of the condition now named coronavirus disease 2019 or COVID-19), are rich in cysteine, which residues must be intact for viral activity. Sulfhydryl groups are vulner-able to oxidation. Ozone therapy, a very inexpensive and safe modality may safely exploit this critical vulnerability in many viruses, inclusive of SARS-CoV-2.

            A cool EXCERPT…

            …This could be exceptionally valuable as a means of safely suppressing “cytokine storm”, often the cause of final lethality from pulmonary viral infection [8], including coronavirus [9,10]…

            The paper goes on to talk about how ozone can easily cripple several amino acids of which the coronavirus is dependent.

            The paper also gives stats of remedying EBOLA.

        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          More information about
          Ozone Blood Therapy and Ultraviolet Blood Therapy (UBI) (BioPhotonic Therapy)
          including a clinical review of how this therapy can address a coronavirus, like SARS or MERS (or like COVID-19).
          (videos and articles)

        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          More information about…

          Ozone Blood Therapy in combination with Ultraviolet Blood Therapy (UBI) (BioPhotonic Therapy)

          Dr Brownstein’s “Center for Holistic Medicine” says:
          We are Not Worried About COVID-19
          We Are Ready and You Can Be Ready Too!

          At the link, Dr Brownstein delivers a wonderful lecture geared to other health practitioners about OZONE THERAPY.

          In his open letter to the public, he mentions a variety of alternative health protocols which can help a person.

        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          Herpes Virus Testing IgM & IgG
          and how Herpes has been fully eradicated in all patients (with NO failure rate)…
          …even though Herpes is medically ‘incurable’.

          Rucker Integrative Medicine south of Tampa, Florida utilizes a variety of protocols in addressing the Herpes Virus.
          Key among these is “Ozone Blood Therapy in combination with Ultraviolet Blood Therapy”.

          In this video, Dr. Bino Rucker discusses the Virus testing which is insightful, especially in context with COVID-19 (SARS-CoV-2) testing. The video is part of a playlist. Further down the playlist, “Ozone Blood Therapy in combination with Ultraviolet Blood Therapy” is demonstrated.

    • Qno says:

      In the event of a deadly viral pandemic, you are better off where there are no hospitals. In 1918 it was mostly hospitals that killed people, not influenza.

  18. mik says:

    In article there is link attached to “Council of Europe was compelled to note” (regarding the swine flu paranoia).

    I would like to propose link that normies might find more reliable

  19. HomeRemedySupply says:

    James Corbett’s Leap Day (Feb 29, 2020) article:
    “Coronavirus: The “Cures” Will Be Worse Than the Disease”
    really helped to put some balance on all the confusion over the past week (Wall Street Crash) and month.

    James says:
    “…But there’s something that we do know for sure regardless of where this virus came from or whether it even really exists.
    The hype and fear and panic and pandemonium surrounding this (supposed) outbreak is going to be far worse than the disease could ever be…

    Some of the links in Corbett’s article are really something else.

    My favorite link is the Flying Drone talking to Auntie, the kid and others.
    The reactions are kind of funny, as is the voice.

    I can just imagine the fun that pranksters could have by impersonating an authoritarian drone.

  20. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Conspiracy Theory ANECDOTE – China’s ruse to affect U.S. election

    On Tuesday, February 25th (the second day of the stock market crashing), my Boss along with her Boss (Robert – not his real name) came to the location where I was working.

    I knew that Robert liked to check his FAANGM daily, and we have had previous conversations about the market.
    Robert is an ex-Marine, and through the scuttlebutt and directly, he knows that I am a “conspiracy theorist”.

    After Robert came up, I said: “How about that beating that Wall Street is taking?”
    We chatted briefly about it as I was working.

    Then he said, “Did you hear the latest conspiracy theory?”
    “Which one was that?” I replied.
    Robert goes on to tell the conspiracy theory:
    “This Coronavirus crisis by China was intentional in order to affect the U.S. economy.”

    A bit surprised, I said, “No. I haven’t heard that one. But funny you should mention it, because I entertained that speculation in my head a few weeks ago.
    After all, ‘What is the biggest threat to China?’ – four more years of The Orange Messiah.
    (Robert grins)
    Of course, no one could ever really prove it.
    It is kind of like a Sun Tzu ‘Art of War’ approach to taking down China’s biggest threat.”

    And then he and I went on to talk shop about work related stuff.

    • mkey says:

      Did you try wearing a tin foil hat, just for giggles? If anyone looks straight at it or comments on it just yell “RACIST” and throw a fit ending with you laying on the floor, curled up in the fetal position. I bet you could even sneak in a nap and none would be the wiser.

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        I’m grinning just trying to picture myself trying to act that way, a liberal snowflake crying victim.
        It is so out of character for me.
        Robert’s eyes would get wide if I yelled “racist!”…especially since he is a black dude.

  21. ztaco says:

    Anyone notice the amount of MSM coverage on China not emitting as many greenhouse gases? (Time) – . (Bloomberg) – . There’s plenty more MSM coverage with the usual propaganda. What bothers me is how people are responding to it, particularly on Twitter . Just look at the comments, it’s ridiculous. I’m wondering if they’re going to continue to push the climate change narrative with the virus, because people seem to be siding with the virus, or “nature”, on this one…..good lord. Propaganda is vicious.

  22. zyxzevn says:

    Interesting side effect:
    This will be a heavy economic disaster for China.
    But at least they can breath now.

    China air pollution has been reduced to almost nothing


    • manbearpig says:

      interesting indeed… some novel precedents will be set during this, er, pandemic. Large gatherings are being cancelled and some people prefer to work from home and do their English classes by skype instead of travelling via filthy public transport to the school for a potentially unhygienic “face to face”. What’s becoming alarmingly apparent to the world is how quickly invisible dangers can zip around the world… You can see how, little by little, if such crises are repeated people will be nudged into a new paradigm with employers forced to accept more and more telecommuting, less mass-production and exportation, more local self-sufficiency, more internet interaction for international business and public schooling via video conferencing, less routine travel and vacations abroad… people mostly staying physically within their smart green communitarian megapoles in an effort to minimize energy use and germ traffic. But they’ll be travelling by virtual reality, much cleaner… more and more constantly connected, augmenting prosthetics like earbuds becoming permanent…

      pollution and viruses, both biological and electronic will drive people to more wholesome, more localized, frugal, smart, computerized, clinical and vaccinated lives that will be firewalled and safeguarded from dangerous actors by benevolent technocratic dictatorships. People uncontrolled by algorithms won’t be trusted; they’ve shown themselves to be belligerant, corrupt, dirty, reckless, irrespectuous of the environment and need to be “all watched over by machines of loving grace”…

  23. zyxzevn says:

    Some different angles:

    Victims aboard Ukraine International Airlines Flight 752 (shot down by Iran) linked to National Microbiology Lab in Canada. Lab received coronavirus sample in 2013. Security breach in 2019, Chinese nationals shipping samples to china. And now another dead scientist, former NML director.

    81% Of South Korean ‘End Of Days’ Worshippers Test Positive For Coronavirus

    There may be a large group of people spreading the disease on purpose.
    It may not be a deadly disease, but it disrupts life in a huge way.

    • manbearpig says:

      Gilliam’s 12 Monkeys has always been among my top 3 favs…

      • cooly says:


        Indeed. An excellent film, also one of my favorites. (I need to watch La Jetee again some time. Been a while.)

        Interesting twist at the end, that the 12 Monkeys were not the actual culprits.


  24. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Ha!… I wonder why MainStreamMedia has been censoring this string of stories…

    March 1st, 2020
    Story by Andrew W. Saul, Editor-in-Chief of “Orthomolecular Medicine News Service”
    Published on “Health Impact News”
    China Using Vitamin C Against COVID

    We can all agree that 50 tons of vitamin C pretty much qualifies as a megadose. We can also likely agree that trucking 50 tons of vitamin C, straight into Wuhan, full in the face of the COVID-19 epidemic, qualifies as news.

    The news media are not reporting this, or any other, significantly positive megavitamin news.

    (DSM company Twitter post of Feb 3, 2020)
    Yesterday, we shipped 50 tons of immunity boosting Vitaminc C from our DSM Jiangshan plant to the Province of Hubei, of which Wuhan is the capital city. The banner text on the truck reads: “In the fight against N-CoV the people of DSM Jiangshan and Wuhan are heart to heart”

    Loving the photo, but needing authentication, I consulted my physician correspondent in China, Richard Cheng, MD. He confirmed it, saying:

    “This was reported in the Chinese media about 2 weeks ago.”

    Another translator has also independently verified the accuracy of the translation.

    DSM, by the way, simply stands for Dutch State Mines, the Netherlands-based parent of DSM Jiangshan Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd. The Chinese division has been recognized as a “China Enterprise with Outstanding Contribution to Social Responsibility.”
    There is another DSM factory in Scotland, which also manufactures vitamin C.

    We are so used to being lied to that the truth is like a diamond in a five-and-dime store: you can’t believe it is real because it is mixed in with the fakes. News of nutrition-centered treatment of COVID-19 has been branded “fake news” and “false information.” I say that what is “false” and “fake” is the deliberate omission of any news of health-saving, life-saving measures already underway to help the people of China and the rest of our planet.

    (more below)

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      (continuing EXCERPT)

      Here is more verified but still unreported news of high-dose intravenous vitamin C against COVID-19 in China:
      February 21, 2020 Three Intravenous Vitamin C Research Studies Approved for Treating COVID-19
      February 16, 2020 Early Large Dose Intravenous Vitamin C is the Treatment of Choice for 2019-nCov Pneumonia
      February 13, 2020 Coronavirus Patients in China to be Treated with High-Dose Vitamin C
      February 10, 2020 VITAMIN C AND ITS APPLICATION TO THE TREATMENT OF nCoV CORONAVIRUS: How Vitamin C Reduces Severity and Deaths from Serious Viral Respiratory Diseases
      February 2, 2020 Hospital-based Intravenous Vitamin C Treatment for Coronavirus and Related Illnesses
      January 30, 2020 Nutritional Treatment of Coronavirus
      January 26, 2020 Vitamin C Protects Against Coronavirus

      (More of the full article at the link above.)

      • fer67 says:

        The best protection against any biological weapons is to not partake of the chemicalized plastic substitutes that pass for food in corporate outlets. Eat real food that grows in living soils full of living microorganisms (see Elaine Ingham for courses to learn about this) and you will have the strongest and healthiest immune system you can have. Real health care is strengthening the body with food we evolved to eat in partnership with the microbes that make up most of our bodies. Paul Stamets also has some interesting concoctions at which have immune boosting properties, and in fact he has supplied certain fungi to clinical trials of shrooms that help the immune system fight off cancer. Good food is the best medicine. My suggestion for those who love freedom? Grow your own food or find someone who does and buy it from them, because what you can get in the average Big Ag supermarket is garbage that isn’t worth the plastic it’s packaged in. And if you live in a northern climate that has a dark winter, you should take vitamin D supplements unless you eat lots of fish or liver…

        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          While I am very familiar with what you are saying about Stamets, organic foods, Vit D, and all…

          …I think the emphasized point of the article is the censorship in the media.

  25. Ethan Hunter says:


    As James eloquently wrote…and you can look up Event 201…just look at the notes…

    I would not put it past Bill and Melinda Gates and the World Economic Forum (both part of the new wave of globalist think tanks) to perpetrate this on the public, especially since they have been dealt with nationalist blows throughout the geopolitical landscape.

    Even the rebuttal from Johns Hopkins states specifically that the October 2019 exercise was the coronavirus! They admit it!

    Come on people! Have we not learned anything from 9-11 forward?

    Read this

    and read the rebuttal link in the description…and tell me that this was not planned.

    • candlelight says:

      Ethan Hunter,

      Their statement link says that they were modeling a fictitious virus, not Covid -19.

      Are Melinda and what’s his name, that cocky to think they’re immune to this corona virus? How do they know they won’t get sick, themselves?

      Heads of state are getting sick. Even the Pope is sneezing, for Christ’s sake.

      Who’s next?

  26. fer67 says:

    Can the so called economy collapse now please and thank you? With all the trillions of QEwhatever floating around out there, driving up land prices and keeping our province awash in laundered money and the inflation it brings, I can’t wait for the value of money to fail so that I can go homestead and leave Mall Land.

    And it’s two words, dammit — Corona virus. It’s just another branding trick to make it one word. Just boring. The whole of reality created by the megacorporations of social control is just boring boring boring. I don’t watch Hollywood movies because the plots are boring. Because watching the new Picard being more boring than the old Picard but with advertisements for AI and drones pesticiding his vineyard while he ponders the latest AI human cross is just predictable advertising. People who buy the latest AI gadgets that can do little more than listen to our conversations while walking over piles of paper are just boring and unimaginative.

  27. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Feb 29, 2020
    Turkey, Syria, U.S., Al-Qaeda, Tulsi Gabbard
    It is worth listening to this 2 minute video from Tulsi.

    • candlelight says:

      Interesting. Almost like a get out-of-jail-free card. Selective, and totally dumbed down for the masses to digest. I have no idea if Tulsi understands that 9/11 was a false flag, or not, but, at least she’s identifying Syrian “rebels” as Al-Qaeda and affiliates, et al.

      Of course, she conveniently lays all the blame on Turkey, as if the US wasn’t involved in the exact same manner. There’s no mention of Hillary’s statement while she was head of the State Department – “Assad’s gotta go”, or good ole John McCain cheerily convening with so called “moderate” rebels on his visit(s) to Syria. Nice photo ops with lovely gentlemen who also happen to have been, or affiliated with, head choppin’ ter’rists. It’s also ludicrous to even think for a moment that the US all along didn’t support and oversee Turkey’s involvement in harboring and supplying the ISIS network.

      With that in mind, I always loved the absurd narrative, how the formidable ISIS army, when they first made their “entrance” – seemingly right out of the freaking blue – swept into Iraq from Turkey, riding in a long caravan of shiny, brand new Toyota pick-up trucks, with machine guns mounted in the rear…. Oh my heavens, how utterly amazing how they took the United States military with all their satellite surveillance totally by surprise!

      At any rate, this new angle from Tulsi, no doubt officially sanctioned, must be the new narrative that the administration is now pushing.

      Yup, pretty interesting.

      PS: HRS, thanks for your recent post about the ozone therapy. The link was very informative!

  28. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Worth reading…(especially the inserted quoted anecdote)

    A brief story of how Big Pharma and the World Health Organization deliberately chose to kill people and censor viable health protocols.

  29. sensible says:

    Talking of gill bates…
    Century V – 75
    To the south at the window
    Crooked staff in hand, mouth sealed

  30. HomeRemedySupply says:

    March 2, 2020 – Zero Hedge has an interesting article revolving about Scott Burk’s Twitter.

    Scott Burk says:
    “Want to go down a (strictly fact-based) rabbit hole?
    I’ve put together a timeline of facts to help understand the controversial links between COVID-19 and HIV, and COVID-19 and Wuhan Institute of Virology.


  31. Libertydan says:

    Like James, I have been off the Internet of the for a while (16 days in my case). I canceled my Spy Phone Service (Smart Phone) before I left on a 3000 plus mile drive from Michigan to Florida and back (lots of Canadians in Florida this time of year). Anyway, I talked with dozens of people, family, friends, and strangers, and the only ones really concerned about “The Virus” seem to be those getting their “News” from what I call “The Propaganda Box”.

    On my trip I visited Jekyll Island, GA (birth place of The Federal Reserve System) and the Georgia Guild Stones (placed there in 1980 by a local Contractor but paid for by an anonymous Society). The Georgia Guild Stones present the idea of getting the World Human population down to 500,000,000 (500 million) as a Means of “Saving the Planet”. Although I wasn’t particularly impressed with the 19ft-3″ high structure and the message repeated in 8 languages, it does seem to correlate with what we are experiencing.
    This is a Great Article by James,(as can often be assessed by the number of comments), yet I think it raises more significant philosophical issues, like “What do we really know?”

  32. ztaco says:

    Thought I’d share what William Engdahl was saying about the topic

    I understand some may not like him, but he seems to add some extra sprinkles of info to the virus ice-cream. The article about Tedros was rather interesting

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Thanks Ztaco (with hot sauce & abiotic oil) 😉

      That is kind of interesting about the open airline traffic between Ethiopia and China. I guess it’s a result of “WHO you know”.

      The Corbett Report is familiar with F. William Engdahl.

      • ztaco says:

        I’m a fan of Engdahl, but I guess his LaRouche connection is bothersome to people. I don’t know the details of why LaRouche is disliked, but Engdahl is the only person from there I care about.

        Here’s another great follow-up by Engdahl posted just recently about the Doomsday Seed Vault. Maybe the “old” story of the seed vault is going to be more relevant than ever? :

        We’re getting more puzzle pieces to the puzzle, but it seems to make it more difficult to put it all together.

  33. ShutR says:

    I translated the newsletter into Dutch and posted it on the website.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Dutch translation
      Dutch translation
      Dutch translation

      James Corbett’s article…
      “Coronavirus: The “Cures” Will Be Worse Than the Disease”
      “Coronavirus: De “remedie” zal erger zijn dan de kwaal”

    • Mintaka says:

      Mooi gedaan ShutR.
      Hoe meer mensen dit kunnen lezen (vooral in Nederland), hoe beter.
      Gebaseerd op goede informatie, kunnen de mensen zelf bepalen wat ze er van vinden en hoe ermee om te gaan.

      Can you say how the situation is now in The Netherlands (assuming that is where you are)? Any personal anecdotes you can share?

      • ShutR says:

        Bedankt voor het compliment Mintaka en HomeRemedySupply. Reacties als die van jullie is voor mij een motivatie om dit vaker te doen.


        Thanks for the compliment Mintaka and HomeRemedySupply. Reactions like yours are a motivator to do this more often.

        I hardly follow the Dutch/national news. In the Twitter account of Willem Middelkoop I occasionally see messages about the virus passing by. I get the impression the Dutch government doesn’t take this possible pandemic very seriously considering the daily flights that our airport Schiphol receives from countries like China, Iran and Italy. No screenings are carried out anywhere. Apparently, this is not essential. Governments knows what’s best (haha).

        I bought a box of 3M Aura 9332+ FFP3 dust mask and handed these out to family and friends. Hope I won’t need them as I like to travel and the virus (and mask) might get in the way.

  34. mkey says:

    On general health.

    A colleague’s family has been going through an ordeal for the past few weeks. Their daughter of only 9 has been diagnosed with type 1 diabetes and celiacs disease. The colleague is saying she’s undertaken surgery (to implant some sort of a device meant to help pancreas along or supplant it completely) and has received training on how to handle her new long term condition(s).

    He also said that quite an incredible amount of children are afflicted by these conditions. He started sharing with other parents and some have said that preparing food for birthday parties and whatnot has become very difficult since, besides the already mentioned afflictions, there’s a spree of allergies going on.

    I understand this is nothing but anecdotal evidence, but some 30 odd years ago it was absolutely unheard of having children with such disabilities. In my area there were over the decades two cancer victims sadly, but other than that, kids were just being kids. No pumps, needles nor special food. We had bows, slingshots, yes some firecrackers as well, but also incredible luck not to get badly physically injured. As Delboy say, he who dares wins, I guess.

    I’m not aware of any changes in the vaccine schedule, back in the day we only got a handful, only the most basic stuff. While I had the fortunate honor to skip some since the needle lady didn’t want to administer the last few shots remaining on my schedule due to some ongoing medical conditions. I never got back to them about it and somehow I doubt I ever will, at least not without being at a gun point.

    • mkey says:

      OK, I checked out the schedules. Mandatory stuff, of course.
      – TBC shot during the first year
      – HEPB shot apparently only for children born to HEPB positive mothers
      – During the first 6 months two (and optional third?) shots: DTaP, polio, Hib, Pn
      – First year: rubella, parotitis, mumps + fourth shot as above
      – Fifth year: DTaP
      – 1st grade: rubella, parititis, mumps + polio
      – 8th grade: DtaP + polio

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        For me, anecdotal scenarios are real world, valuable information.
        We learn from them.
        Anecdotes trump what “authoritarians say”.

        As a kid, when that small lady-finger firecracker blows up in your hand and it goes numb for 5 minutes…that anecdotal experience makes one cautious about holding a larger M-80 firecracker.

  35. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Coronavirus COVID-19 – Chris Martenson of Peak Prosperity YouTube

    Some of the readers, especially if you have an interest in gold/silver, may be familiar with the ongoing YouTube “Coronavirus” daily updates by Chris Martenson of “Peak Prosperity”.

    Chris gives some good stats and updated news, but I don’t side with the alarmist bent nor lack of health focused remedies. However, he once did mention elderberry. I think Chris likes vaccines, which I will run away from. I just did not see that many viable solutions from Chris’ presentations.

    Anyway, here is what I am getting at…
    On several occasions I sent a message to his Peak Prosperity website, and also mailed them postcard about the “Ultraviolet Light and Ozone Blood Therapy” as a great tool for folks which could quiet fears about catching the virus.
    I figure he might want to mention it, so as the calm some of the angst which some folks have about catching the virus. Conventional medicine has no effective tools to whoop a virus, only methods to attenuate the symptoms.

    I know. I know. Sometimes I sound like an Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder Preacher when I get an idea in my head.

    However, here is something cool…

    A Dentist, who utilizes ozone in his profession and is a member of the forum said this on Friday Feb 28th…

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      QUOTE from the Dentist’s article:

      Ozone is the best virucide.
      As discussed above, ozone goes after the viral particles directly. The part of the virus most sensitive to oxidation is the “reproductive structure”. This is how the virons enter the cell. With this structure inactivated, the virus is essentially “dead”. Cells already infected have a natural weakness to ozone. Due to the metabolic burden of the infection the cells can no longer produce the protective enzymes necessary to deal with the ozone and repair the cell.

      (HRS Disclosure: I am not a member of the forum. Don’t want to be.)

  36. Mintaka says:

    Spot on James.

    It is not necessary for millions of people to die from this “virus” for it to be called a pandemic. All it takes is a few of your agents operating in different parts of the world to push the agenda and with it the propaganda. And we all know who it is that has these agents world-wide, in the MSM, education, medicine and most of all their compromised politicians.

    All that matters is the relentless propaganda and the resultant fear from it which then allows the globalist agenda items to be put into effect, one by one.
    The greater the fear, the more items can be checked off the list.

    When this is all done, it won’t matter whether one person died from this “dis-ease” or 10 million. It won’t matter whether the virus was real or not.
    It will be Fait Accompli regardless.

  37. Mintaka says:

    Well, well, surprise, surprise:

    Those Fed printing presses must be running red-hot right now. Better get the cryonic cooling towers ready to cool them down.
    Oh wait, no, it’s just a number in a computer system. Silly me.
    What are we up to now, QE10? Help me out here…. 🙂

    In twenty years time, a 100trillion US debt will be real, and no one will blink an eyelid. If you told someone 30 years ago the US debt would be 22trillion in 2020, they would have called you crazy and summoned the men in the white coats.
    If you told someone a hundred years ago that money would be de-coupled from gold (or silver for that matter), they would have called you crazy and summoned the men in the white coats.

    How easy it is to change someone’s perception or sense of reality.
    And all in less than a generation.

  38. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Glassdoor and The Coronavirus
    Glassdoor is a website where current and former employees anonymously review companies. Glassdoor also allows users to anonymously submit and view salaries as well as search and apply for jobs on its platform.

    Monday March 2, 2020 article by Daniel Zhao
    Coronavirus Outbreak: How Employers & Employees Are Responding
    With the coronavirus outbreak continuing to spread around the world, employees and employers are already responding. On Glassdoor, we’re seeing several new jobs coming online showing how certain organizations are preparing to tackle the virus, while employees in different countries are commenting on what they’re hearing from their employers to keep safe. In this post, we briefly examine evidence of how employees and employers are reacting on Glassdoor’s platform…
    …business outlook ratings…
    …reports from workers on the frontlines are one way to get an understanding of how confident employees feel that businesses can get back on their feet once the outbreak is contained.
    Employee confidence will be a metric we watch closely in the coming weeks….

  39. ad says:

    it is nice to see the vitamin-c story emerging here thanks to corona. the application of vitamin-c against a new virus by the chinese gouvernment is extremely important and may become a turning point in global health, from china to suriname and everyone in between. we must spread this information wherever we can. you may check the archive of orthomolecular news service at this may lead to a world without disease within a relatively short period of time, considering that this knowledge has been available for at least eighty years. dr jungeblut found he could easily treat polio as early as 1935, as did dr klenner for decades after 1940. on entrance he immediately applied large doses of vitamin-c to any patient with severe symptoms. his motto was at least to save the patient’s life and not letting him die while looking for a proper diagnosis. the patient then recovered anyway, with or without diagnosis. this was his own experience, not something he learned at medical school. there have been many doctors like him and though they were very succesfull with their patients, they were shunned by their colleagues for being quacks. of course, vitamin-c cannot be patented and is very cheap.

    in case this sounds new to you, about 40 million years ago there was a mutation in the dna of our ancestor. a gene needed to produce one of five enzymes that the liver needed to process glucose into vitamin-c defected. ever since these days we had to scramble for vitamin-c in nature and until recent days many died of scorbut, when their aorta broke down or something similar. vitamin-c is essential for the formation of connective tissue like skin, but also vascular tissue. the epidemic of cardiovascular diseases is entirely caused by low vitamin-c levels. just search pubmed for minimum vitamin levels for people and animals. you will find some 90 milligram a day for people and 5 gram a day for gorillas, in zoos i suppose. why this difference you may ask, because man and gorilla still have the same ancestor 40 million years ago. well, man generates profit when ill, while gorillas generate profit when healthy, that is all. so you better take your 5 grams a day and be as healthy as a gorilla..

    • ad says:

      but it’s not only health that makes the c-story interesting. what china is doing by giving corona patients 24 grams doses intravenously will at last uncover this deadly plot and thus more or less finish off the global pharmaceutical industry. there are a few contradictory interests in the balance, however. i read that 80% of medicines in the usa or their base materials come from china, implying large scale vitamin-c application does not seem a good idea for the chinese pharmaceuticals. but on the other hand the only vitamin-c factory left in the world stands in china, in fact a daughter of dutch company dsm. furthermore, in a centralised economy, you would like to follow your own ideas about population. just remember the one child policy. chinese leaders may have their own genocidal backthoughts, but outsourcing population control to usa bioweapons may not be among them. of course this attack is to have many follow-ups and it seems rational to cut it off right away.

      for decades, tons of money have gone to cancer research without much result. officially, cancer is caused by genetic mutations, but this in fact only concerns a 5% fraction. causes of cancer are well known, but neglected. cancer is a very profitable industry. however, genetic research is very important for the development of bioweapons as well as programmed epidemics, and for the latter vaccinations will be available the moment the epidemic has fulfilled its economic and/or genocidal purpose. so present cancer research seems to work for future pharma profits rather than for the recovery of cancer patients. and all that mostly on taxpayer money.

      in short, i believe the application of vitamin-c to corona indicates the chinese government does indeed perceive corona as a bioweapon. and they hit back very hard if you imagine the global economic and other consequences.
      as a matter of fact, i was hit a bit myself when i ordered my yearly 2 kilo vitamin-c quotum in the netherlands last friday. last monday it was stil 19 euro a kilo, which it had been for years, but when i ordered a few days later the price had risen to 25 euro. i lost 12 euro to corona, but still happy..

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        Interesting. Thanks ad.
        One correction…

        “With our plant in the green hills of Scotland, we are the only western vitamin C manufacturer and we offer the world’s premium range of pure vitamin C forms.”

        • ad says:

          thanks for the reaction and the link. i was aware of there being a factory in scotland, but rumor said it had been closed down. a couple of years ago, i think one of the sites of mathias rath said this factory in scotland had been sold to a big pharma company. perhaps it was roche, the original partner. i thought then that they would probably buy it just to shut it down. vitamin-c production is not good for pharma profits, at least not when more people start using it to stay healthy. then not so long ago, i read somewhere it actually had been shut down, and that was my reason for not mentioning it.

          another point: about a year ago i asked my c-shop in the netherlands where they got their c from and only after a long hassle and me insisting, they told me it came from china.
          there exists a general doubt about the quality of chinese food products. i think that is why they hesitated to mention it. for another example of this distrust see:

          then there is this quote from

          “DSM is the last and only Western producer of vitamin C. All our vitamin C is produced in a world-class DSM-owned facility in Dalry, Scotland. In fact, DSM/Roche was the first company to synthesise vitamin C back in 1938, and has been a leading producer for over 75 years.”

          this “All our vitamin C…” seems a bit beside the truth, considering, that tells you:

          “DSM Jiangshan Pharmaceutical (Jiangsu) Co., Ltd, founded in 1990, is one of the world’s leading vitamin C manufacturers.”

          it looks a bit like dsm is using green scotland as a front for dirty china.
          it might be worth while to visit scotland to verify the scale of active vitamin-c production there. i live 7000km away from scotland and on a poor man’s budget, so any volunteers?

          meanwhile, it seems dsm dropped a 50 ton c-bomb on china. says for example

          “We apologize, but our website is down until further notice due to the shortage of Vitamin C. The shortage of Vitamin C is due to its ability to mitigate the effects of the COVID-19 Coronavirus. This has caused an unprecedented demand in the USA and abroad. We’ll be back up and running as soon as we can ensure a dependable supply of our products. Thanks for your patience.”

          all these recent events may be signs of a climate change in the vitamin-c world.
          this would lead to a disastrous reshuffling in the big pharma controlled medical world. only few of their ‘services’ will still be needed after the dust settles.
          i wonder whether dsm is actively stimulating this landslide or just making the best of it.
          in any case, they seem to be preparing for it.

          • HomeRemedySupply says:

            Non-GMO Vitamin C

            For 3 years I worked in the Vitamin and Supplement department of a natural food store. I quit around 2015, so I am going by memory. So don’t quote me as gospel.

            From what I recall, many Vitamin C supplements come from GMO corn (a bacteria fermentation process).
            As I remember, the Scotland Quali-C was non-GMO. That was a selling point against many other brands of Vitamin C sitting next to it on the shelves.

            Vitamin C can be derived in other ways, such as through tapioca. And of course, there are fruits like Amla and such which contain high amounts of Vitamin C.

            That is interesting about the shortage of Vitamin C.

          • mkey says:

            Anything wrong with lemons? That seems like a decent enough source. Cabbage as well.

            • alexandre says:

              Of course. Vitamin C should never mean ‘pills’. It’s lemon, oranges, cabbage etc. What we used to call “food” back in the old days.

            • ad says:

              for 5 grams of c you’d have to eat over a hundred lemons daily. when ill 5 times that amount.
              makes you wonder about the ld50 for lemons..

              • mkey says:

                Since I’m not a gorilla and weigh some 85KG it seems 5 grams of vitamin C per day is a bit too much. A quick search says 30mg vitamin C per lemon, 60mg recommended daily dosage, whatever that “recommendation” means.

          • ad says:

            mkey, on your comment of 03/09/2020 at 2:35 am.

            with 85kg you clearly classify as a young gorilla-equivalent of the corbett family. as i mentioned above, humans and gorillas have a common ancestor who lived some 40 million years ago. this ancestor was hit by a mutation that stopped his internal vitamin-c production forever. man and gorilla are in the same boat when it comes to vitamin-c. but there is a political difference. that’s why i said “man generates profit when ill, while gorillas generate profit when healthy”. with your own fully automatic c-production you just would’t get sick. ever heard of a goat fighting artherosclerosis?
            gorillas collect between 6-12g of vitamin-c in the treetops of central africa. they do not incur cardiovascular disease, which for people in the usa is by far the main cause of death. all these unwitting victims die because cardiovascular death is the endpoint of their chronic subclinical scurvy.

            the whole evolution of the sapiens cohort leaving africa some 60,000 years ago is tainted by the misery of c-depletion. every winter, every epidemic, every long journey so many dying for nothing. it seemed just “normal”, as it tragically still does today. only seamen stopped dying thanks to sauerkraut and its successors. little holland became a colonial world power on sauerkraut. calmly chewing their krauts, they just let scurvy prime the enemy and then, when most on the other side could still hardly stand up, they attacked and killed them all. it took two more centuries for the english to play their lemons. and that was the end of dutch c-power.

            and even recent history hardly shows any improvement. 20 million died of the spanish flue, vitamin-c yet unknown. nobody even noticed anything strange. but in our days tens of millions die every year because knowledge of vitamin-c is actively suppressed by profit seeking greed and genocidal policy. thus, all these deaths are considered just as “normal” as the spanish flue once was.

            at 60mg a day, you are extremely profitable for the medical and farmaceutical maffias. vitamin-c kills any virus, it neutralizes many poisons, it prevents cancer cells from spreading. it even lowers the suicide rate, because depression is linked to low c-levels. in nature actual produced vitamin c-levels are determined by the level of stress, which may be caused by poison, infection, perception of danger, wounds, pain and whatever other agent. these stressors require a much higher vitamin-c level. otherwise they will extract vitamin-c from your arterial walls. the body draws its own priorities. a recommended minimum intake preventing only acute scurvy will leave you totally unprotected for anything else, which is where the maffia enters the story. they are there to protect you, aren’t they? that’s what maffias do.

            • ad says:

              mkey, further on your 03/09/2020 comment.

              your two lemons a day, which gives you 60mg of c, will be gone by the stress of smoking only two cigarettes. from there on, you’re walking the scurvy trail, that if continued, will brutally finish you off in perhaps two months. smoke a few extra? the cigarette poisons will start to accumulate. besides, there are lots of new poisons in a standard contemporary diet.

              if a recommended mother smokes these two cigarettes a day and she is breastfeeding, her milk will be c-free. her baby child will die with the next vaccination, as the poison in the vaccination mix, that sits there with a purpose, will kill it as it succumbs to acute scurvy. parents have gone to prison when the haemorrages on the child were interpreted as proof of violence. this is called crib death or sudden infant death.
              all these are very serious matters and i would honestly advise you to investigate things for yourself, now that you know what “recommendation” means.
              a good start would be frederick klenner.

              • mkey says:

                That’s all fine and dandy, but how is one supposed to get an equivalent of 100 lemons daily? Where does the gorilla get it from?

              • mkey says:

                I found this list.


                1. Kakadu Plums (5.3% vitamin C content)
                2. Acerola Cherries (1.68%)
                3. Rose Hips (0.426%)
                4. Chili Peppers (0.242%)
                5. Guavas (0.228%)
                6. Sweet Yellow Peppers (0.183%)
                7. Blackcurrants (0.181%)
                8. Thyme (0.16%)
                9. Parsley (0.133%)
                10. Mustard Spinach (0.13%)

                Too bad most of these profuse sources are quite exotic. Lemons are on 0.077%, oranges at 0.055%.

          • ad says:

            mkey on your comment of 03/12/2020 at 7:37 am.

            ok, let’s see it from the gorilla’s point of view. there are free gorillas and zoo-gorillas. the free ones find their c in the treetops, amounting to 6-12g, which corresponds to 200 to 400 lemons a day. this covers normal dayly life and a fair lot of stress.
            in the zoo, a gorilla is fed 5g a day as a supplement, at least if his zoo respects the recommended daily allowance for gorillas as formulated by the us government. 5g is not so much, but he will be protected against disease and in case some nasty bug still gets him, the zoo will certainly provide a 20g booster. there is a harmony of interests between gorilla and zoo: they both like to see him healthy! this makes a lot of difference.

            how does the free gorilla find so much c. in the tropics, there are different fruits and leaves all year long. for us this treetop lifestyle may seem less attractive. however, some fruits contain incredible amounts of vitamin-c. i live in a tropical country myself and i planted an acerola tree, also known as west indian cherry. i read somewhere that one of these little fruits may contain over a gram of vitamin-c. so take five and get gorilla. of course this works only so many days a year. a pound of fresh moringa leaves also gives you 1g of c. so we have 2 moringa trees.

            although there are also two lemon trees, i do not think we could become self supporting in vitamin-c to a sustained 10g a day level this way. so searching for some supplementation, we enter the vitamin-c market. there happen to be many alternative brands that bottle vitamin-c in different forms within a huge price spectrum. i found c-tablets in a local supermarket, of the type that fizzle a lot when put in a glass of water. they cost srd38,- for 20 times 150mg, resulting in over a 1000 euro for 1kg of c! the best price so far is for c-powder, intended to be a preservative in the food industry according to eu standard e300/e301. it cost 19 euro two weeks ago, now 25 euro a kilo. so that is what we do here to stay healthy.

            with vitamin-c you take what you can find. more is always better. when getting ill, you certainly need much more. in china they use 24g a day against corona. they do this intravenously, which is 5x more effective than by mouth. and it works. hope this helps.

            • mkey says:

              That’s my point, those of us not living in tropical areas are pretty much off the vagon when it comes to vitamin c. What about absorption effectivness of intake of inorganic vitamin c?

  40. NES says:

    James: Thank you for saying what needed to be said and so succinctly.

    No matter the truths that the public will never know, the Coronavirus is nothing more than a political vehicle created to push the public into the usual panic, ridiculous behaviors and create fear/angst for which the TPTsnB are so famous. It’s quite likely the virus was released purposefully to forward that agenda, as we all know. As you noted, every country is attempting to capitalize on the virus to forward their own political goals. All, however, hang against the backdrop of the Technocratic NWO.

    When TPTsnB began having the press link the Coronavirus Narrative to Climate Change there was no other conclusion but smoking gun–Corvin 19 is a VEHICLE created to force an advantageous change for the world elites’ agenda–nothing new here.

    Really, for me, all you had to say was ‘IRAN’. There it is!

  41. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Thursday March 5, 2020
    UPDATE from James Corbett about this thread’s article “Coronavirus: The “Cures” Will Be Worse Than the Disease”
    “Interview 1520 – New World Next Week with James Evan Pilato”

  42. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Aggh! The Coronavirus might come to town.
    Rush to the store to load up!

    (Just what you need for the immune system.)

    NEWS – Yahoo Finance March 5, 2020
    Coronavirus outbreak may have unleashed panic buying of Hostess Twinkies and Ding Dongs
    (video in article)

  43. LenZoo says:

    With all the media hype they are conditioning us to keep a larger distance between us. Person to person. Don‘t shake hands, keep 2m distance, stay at home if possible, don‘t go to cultural events, ….forget traveling.

    Here in Germany, it used to be a custom to have a “Stammtisch”. Every town had a restaurant, pub, or as we call it a “Wirtschaft” with a table reserved for the regulars, where men and women would meet on a daily basis to play cards, smoke, drink beer and discuss football and politics. This culture has been dying out for the past decades always more. One reason, in my opinion, is the “Americanization” of the public: work more to pay off debts, get hooked to trash on TV, eat junkier food and consume less alcohol (in public). Not only is the Stammtisch culture disappearing, so are the Wirtschaften. In the town where I live of 2000 there used to be 13 such Wirtschaften and 2 breweries. Now we are left with only one Turkish Kebap shop and a smelly Greek dive bar. The younger generation are starting to forget the Stammtisch culture with all its pros and some cons and the comfort these Wirtschaften offered in part taking or eavesdropping in the amusing conversations coming from the Stammtische.

    Yesterday I had to go shopping at the nearest supermarket. I needed to get the usual stuff: some canned tomatoes for a spaghetti, toilet paper and stuff.. Well, those were exactly the shelves that were completely emptied. I’ve never seen anything like this here. It reminded me of a supermarket I once visited in East Berlin when the Iron Curtain still divided this country in two. It did make me wonder though, who would buy up ALL the toilet paper? I mean, you can’t eat it and how much does a person need? I said to myself “Crap.”

    • manbearpig says:

      “With all the media hype they are conditioning us to keep a larger distance between us. Person to person. Don‘t shake hands, keep 2m distance, stay at home if possible, don‘t go to cultural events, ….forget traveling.”

      Totally. Make us suspicious of each other. Crap.

    • alexandre says:

      Crap crap and more crap. Didn’t know about the Stammtisch and Wirtschaft, but sounds to me like the meaning of life. “… meet on a daily basis to play cards, smoke, drink beer and discuss…”, o yeah. That’s so important that obviously that kind of thing is targeted for disappearance. Similar thing happened with the smoking ban. I remember a guy who owned a tavern in England that was open since something like 1500 or so, and now it closed doors due to the smoking ban stupidity. Technocracy does not like humanity. It’s not an Americanization, it’s Technocracy taking over everything everywhere. Globalization: all being exterminated equally around the globe.

      • LenZoo says:

        My bag, you are right, it’s not necessarily “Americanization”, it is Technocracy.

        Most people tend to forget that Germany has been ‘occupied’ for 75 years now. The Allied Forces came as victors, but never left – except for the Soviets. First it was the commie threat from the east they were ‘protecting’ the Germans from, now it’s the Russians, under the guise of NATO. Germany still has US nuclear missiles pointed east, even though German law forbids it. It has even gotten so far that the German Air Force is trained to deploy the US nuclear weapons in times of need.

        Another fact that is kept quiet about is, there are over 40,000 US military personell stationed in Germany – 20,000 around Ramstein and the other 20,000 in and around Stuttgart, where AFRICOM and EUCOM are located.

        Today Germany is In the midst of Defender 20, a NATO ‘exercise’ with over 37,000 troops, among them 20,000 from the US. Tanks are rolling east again, as if Germany hasn’t learned a lesson from the past. The public was never asked, the roads and bridges are put to the test on taxpayers money, and media coverage and protests are null.

        Is Germany sovereign? Not in my opinion. It’s a puppet country in the hands of the elites, cloaked in a veil of sovereignty and democracy.

        Sorry,… I got carried away, but I think it was important to be said.

        • alexandre says:

          And well said, brother. (We have to call ourselves brothers and sisters now, since we’re so close to 1984/BNW). You’re talking to a Brazilian. I don’t think there’s a portuguese word for “sovereign”. If there is, it hasn’t been spoken since Portugal put its feet here in 1500. From then on it’s been a global party (something of a gang-bang actually).
          Good info you put there, I had no idea, although a friend once long ago did mention that “Germany is an occupied country”, but I never saw anyone saying that.
          Maybe we should think vertically instead of horizontally. Casts, not territories. Countries are devices invented to corral us all, each herd in its own “country” – and inside each herd you have further divisions and so on. Divide et impera, isn’t that the upper cast’s motto? Styles may vary, but the system is the same.
          Feel free to get carried away as much as you like, brother.

          • candlelight says:

            True, true! Here, here!

            But, let’s not paint “Globalism” with such a negative broad brush, gentlemen! [actually, alexandre, I noticed a funny paradox just now with Divide et impera . Not that you weren’t making perfect sense, but, if you think about it – Divide and rule, or divide and conquer, whatever – isn’t “Globalization” per se, a coming together? A melding of nations, thus cultures coming together? In other words, isn’t it, globalization, the antithesis of “divide”?] [Actually, globalization’s ideal, can only work in a positive way as an anarco-voluntarist structure. But, since that’s next to impossible, the only other and much more probable ending to globalization is, what is dreadfully envisioned, a system based on totalitarianism, which we see unfolding in real time, all around us.]

            But, listen, the reason I say let’s not paint such broad strokes casting everything “global” as some sort of evil is this case in point….Just earlier, I was enjoying a few aperitifs of Port. As we know, Port comes from Portugal. At the moment, I’m enjoying a nice cold Guinness which was made in Ireland. This particular bottle is a first for me, as it is a bottle of Guinneess’s so called “Antwerpen Stout”. I must say, I like it a lot. Not only that, but I’m enjoying it along with a shot of one of my favorite Scotches – Johnny Walker’s Green Label, a lovely blend of four single malts. Now, thanks to modern aviation, I was able to arrange to visit Argentina, and it was in Buenos Aires that I first was introduced to Green Label, and have been drinking it ever since…. But, my point is, without some sort of global system of commerce, I wouldn’t be enjoying any of this. And, personally, if I had it live, stuck in NY for the rest of my life surviving on Bud and Jack Daniels….merde, I don’t even want to think about it, that’s how bad the thought…. Right? Anybody agreeing with me?

            Humor, alexandre, humor!

            Also, Charlie Veitch! What was with that crazy Brazilian/Scottish dude?

            • alexandre says:

              Shoot, Candle, I missed this one, sorry.
              Maybe a good time to remember Chomsky’s distinction between what globalization means for us and what it means for “them”. What it means for us – all that you said – has been going on for ages. You have wee temples on silk road with paintings of Caucasian monks and Buddhist monks with wings (a western idea) so this transaction, people going back and forth etc, is as old as the world. THEY, on the other hand, come up with this universal domination fantasy of a pan-totalitarian absolutely eternal militaristic dictatorship of the cosmos and call it globalization, once again hiding behind something that is already there and obvious. Same old trick as “Green”, “Sustainability”, “Saving the Earth for future generations” and all the redundant bullshit they use all the time to have the exact effect of what you just said. Since being able to travel and interact with other peoples is so great, what’s the problem with globalization? And so we take the whole poison pill. In digital language it would be: IF interaction is good, THEN globalization is good also. Our response: WE interact, travel and exchange ideas since the beginning of times; YOU fuck off! That would be the distinction.

              Once I did a track for an ad that was super high tech stuff and the slogan was “Imagine what the future will bring”. (Vomit) The woman that gave me the job said “Don’t you love the slogan?” (Vomit again). Since I was sort of friends with her I said “no, I hate technology” (I really meant high tech and digital) and she said “But if it wasn’t for technology you wouldn’t be able to do this job from your house in the country”. I said “If it wasn’t for this shit, I wouldn’t have to. I’d be in my home town living – playing real music with real people, going out, working etc (not to mention being paid right)”. That’s the same thing. IF you can post your blog from the middle of the ocean, THEN digital is fantastic. Not at all. I built this house from an analog job, when digital didn’t exist. Now I can’t pay for the dogs’ food without having heart attacks. We just lost sight of what life would be if left alone, fell for their Flash Gordon stupid trick and think this is such a wonderful life.


    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Thanks for the anecdote LenZoo,

      I guess that the Corbett Report comment section will have to serve as our “Wirtschaft”.
      My favorite beer is Paulaner Salvator.
      I just gotta watch how many I drink, because the next thing you know… I’m making bad jokes and more worser grammer mistakes.

      • mkey says:

        I’m mostly doing Paulaner wheat lager beers, but I shall seek out your recommendation. Speling and grammar be damned.

        • LenZoo says:

          As I originally come from Munich, my recommendations on beer are mostly Bavarian 😉

          Paulaner, Augustiner, Schneider Weisse (if you like wheat lager), Chiemseer are my favorites.
          Keep your hands off Löwenbräu (Anheuser-Busch) and Becks. They don’t deserve to be named beer.


      • LenZoo says:

        Good choice HomeRemedySupply, Paulaner is always a good choice.

        Yet, as I stated before, almost every town had a brewery of its own, now they are disappearing one by one. And those that are left are often being bought up by big corporations such as Anheuser-Busch. What is gone is gone. The breweries stand empty and corrode, just like the traditions of the Stammtisch culture.

        I don’t want to sound nostalgic, but obviously something has changed here.

        Cheers! I guess this is the new Stammtisch 2.0
        It’s sad, I’d rather drink a beer with all of you face to face – with deep discussions and no fear of being infected by a ‘virus’.

        • candlelight says:

          Hmm, didn’t see all this discussion earlier…. I’ll drink a Paulaner over a Bud any day of the you-know-what week!

          They’ve been selling Beck’s lately very cheap. I’ve got mountains of empty cartons…

  44. dcoop says:

    Phenomenal article James.

  45. HomeRemedySupply says:

    March 6, 2020 – Friday
    (BACKSTORY – Stocks have been crashing and oil prices have been taking a hard beating down. Russia recently said “No” to OPEC about cutting production. The Fed cut rates this week. 50 basis points! and is still doing “Not QE”)

    MbS Arrests Top Royals On ‘Treason’ At Moment World’s Attention On Coronavirus

    A huge development out of Saudi Arabia late Friday via the Wall Street Journal which reports Saudi authorities have detained two prominent royals close to the throne — namely, the ageing King Salman’s brother, Prince Ahmed bin Abdulaziz al Saud, and Prince Mohammed bin Nayef bin Abdulaziz al Saud (often referred to as MBN).

    “The Saudi royal court accused the two men of plotting a coup to unseat the king and crown prince, according to people familiar with the situation,” WSJ reports. One of MBN’s brothers, Nawaf, was also reported to be arrested.

    Black-clad and masked commandos raided the homes of the two men Friday morning on charges of treason, in what’s being widely interpreted as part of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s (MbS) broader “purge” of potential powerful rivals and centers of influence, which first began in 2017 when scores of princes and top officials were locked up in the Riyadh Ritz-Carlton…

    The two men who potentially had once been in line for the throne are now under threat of lifetime imprisonment or execution, said people familiar with the situation. The details of the alleged coup attempt couldn’t be learned.

    Crucially both Prince Ahmed and MBN previously spent time as minister of the interior, a very powerful post with direct oversight over troops and Saudi intelligence….

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Friday March 6, 2020
      ~ The Economy and Markets and Industries and Oil and nations
      ~ The Coronavirus
      ~ Improving health, longevity, mental acuity and mood balance
      ~ Alternative health approaches
      ~ Transhumanism

      Get a great rundown by entrepreneur Christy Ai and homeschooled, Texas bred, Ben Swann (he was a speaker at Anarchapulco 2020).
      RT’s “Boom Bust”

  46. LenZoo says:

    The doctor and long-time member of the German Bundestag Dr. Wolfgang Wodarg, currently a board member at Transparency International Germany, offered this article to several major newspapers, including the Süddeutsche Zeitung and the Tagesspiegel. Everywhere the text was rejected or the author was put off later.

    Dr. Wodarg asks :

    1. Which prospective, standardised monitoring of acute respiratory diseases with or without fever (ILI, ARI) is used for the epidemiological risk assessment of coronavirus infections observed in Wuhan and elsewhere (baseline).

    2. How do the comparable (!) results of earlier observations differ from those now reported by the WHO? (in China, in Europe, in Italy, in Germany, etc.)

    3. What would we observe this ARI-season if we would ignore the new PCR-testing?

    4. How valid and how comparable are the detection methods used with regard to sensitivity, specificity and pathogenetic or prognostic relevance?

    5. What is the evidence or probability that the observed corona viruses 2019/2020 are more dangerous to public health than previous variants?

    6. If you find them now, how can you proove, they were not there (e.g. in animals) before.

    7. What considerations have been made or taken into account to exclude or minimise sources of bias (sources of error)?


    Without PCR-Tests there would be no reason for special alarms.
    We are currently not measuring the incidence of coronavirus diseases, but the activity of the specialists searching for them.

    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….

    Full article:

    • HomeRemedySupply says:


      He writes a great article!
      The slide show of the article is interesting.
      Towards the end is the slide showcasing Philip Alcabes and his book…
      “Dread: How Fear and Fantasy Have Fueled Epidemics from the Black Death to Avian Flu.

      He is a skeptical scientist whose work challenges the conventional wisdom about health, disease, and risk.

      Alcabes was trained as an infectious-disease epidemiologist and studied epidemic contagion, especially AIDS and tuberculosis, for two decades. Drawing on his experience as an epidemiologist, he examines the history of disease control and the ethics of public-health policy making from a scientist’s persepctive.

      About the book (excerpt):
      “…Philip Alcabes persuasively argues that our anxieties about outbreaks of disease often stray from the facts to incorporate inflated fears about what is unknown, undesirable, or misunderstood. Fear and imagination help drive the epidemic narrative—as much as and, surprisingly, often more than fact….”

      All this reminds me of Corbett’s point in this article (“Coronavirus: The “Cures” Will Be Worse Than the Disease”),
      and in
      Lies, Damned Lies, and Coronavirus Infection Numbers – #PropagandaWatch
      and can be applied to
      Interview 1521 – Derrick Broze Fact-checks the 5G/Coronavirus Hypothesis.

    • mik says:


      Wolfgang’s conclusions are so right.

      You wrote above about intentions to change people’s habits. I’ve heard, Swiss authorities advised against hugging, probably very common in french part. Tactile interaction should be discouraged, because it’s to important for healthy human psyche.

      It’s all about re-programing the people.

      In Croatia they are promoting new word that would translate into something like ‘self-imposed isolation’. Sounds like something voluntary.
      Well, if you are not “voluntary enough”, you could be fined with around 1500€. Actually, it’s about mf quarantine, yeee, but it’s ugly to say straightforward.

  47. cooly says:

    Happy weekend everyone. With respect to the beer choices mentioned, I have to confess that I have the PabstBlueRibbonVirus. I know it’s not the greatest beer, but I have a taste for it.


    I think a bit of levity is in order…
    Tom Lehrer
    Song: Poisoning Pigeons In The Park

    And on this one, the drummer uses water as a percussion instrument…
    Song: Early Bird

    This one is quite catchy, one of my favorites, but it won’t be to everyone’s taste. Just throwing it out there…
    Infectious Grooves
    Song: Why?

    Now if you’ll excuse me, I have to put my face mask back on and leer suspiciously at my cats. They might be carriers.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Well cool! Cooly.

      Saturday Night Music Fest (but time change late tonight)

      All ya’ll Cowboys and Cowgirls, grab your two string fiddle and jaw harp (34:00 mark), and hop on that pony to see…

      The Altai band from Mongolia
      Get the gallop on!

      Altai Mountains
      The name comes from the word alt that means “gold” in Mongolic languages and the -tai suffix that means “with”.
      The mountains are called Altain nuruu (Алтайн нуруу) in Khalkha Mongolian.

    • candlelight says:

      One afternoon at the pediatrician, the office nurse looks at me, when I was paying my kid’s co-pay, she points and loudly to me – “You’re the carrier!”

      I have a real quickie, super-duper question for you, HRS – how long have you been doing the Bump Bump for?

      Just curious.

      Notice, I’m just asking you for how long. I ain’t even bothering you to ask why, pardner.


      Also, all kidding aside, just want to say an overall thank you for so much, for the great health advice and health links that you’ve been providing. It’s been great.

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        The “Bump Bump” is meant to attract females.
        Toss me another beer, buddy.

        • alexandre says:

          Oh, please, explain. I’ve been wondering about that. Why “Bump Bump” attracts females? Is that like a sound of knuckles on a piece of wood? Or is it like “jolt jolt” or “bulge bulge”?

          I’ve no beer, but I can toss you a glass o’ milk.

    • mik says:

      Infectious Grooves…
      How a song from two decades plus ago sounds so on point today.

      Here is one from decade earlier
      in a way similar, not for everyone’s taste

      Mark Stewart: As the veneer of democracy starts to fade

  48. HomeRemedySupply says:

    COPY from “Interview 1521 – Derrick Broze Fact-checks the 5G/Coronavirus Hypothesis”

    zyxzevn says:
    03/08/2020 at 1:25 pm

    China’s Coronavirus: A Shocking Update. Did The Virus Originate in the US?
    Japan, China and Taiwan Reports on the Origin of the Virus

    Discussed in this video by The Last American Vagabond
    New Evidence Shows Coronavirus Started In The US, Not China (2h25m)

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      From the globalresearch article, this excerpt caught my eye:

      …The Taiwanese doctor then stated the virus outbreak began earlier than assumed, saying, “We must look to September of 2019”.

      He stated the case in September of 2019 where some Japanese traveled to Hawaii and returned home infected, people who had never been to China. This was two months prior to the infections in China and just after the CDC suddenly and totally shut down the Fort Detrick bio-weapons lab claiming the facilities were insufficient to prevent loss of pathogens. (10) (11)

      He said he personally investigated those cases very carefully (as did the Japanese virologists who came to the same conclusion).. This might indicate the coronavirus had already spread in the US but where the symptoms were being officially attributed to other diseases, and thus possibly masked….

  49. mkey says:

    More shitnews.

    Aichi: Man infected with coronavirus goes to bars ‘to spread’ it

    At around 6:00 p.m. the day before, medical personnel sent the man home after he was confirmed to be infected with the novel coronavirus, which causes a disease known as COVID-19.

    He was to remain at home until an appropriate medical institution was found for treatment. However, he decided to take a taxi to an izakaya bar, reports Fuji News Network (Mar. 6).

    Before departing, he reportedly told a family member, “I am going to spread the virus.”

    Afterward, he left the first establishment on foot for a pub staffed by women. At the second bar, he informed persons there, “I tested positive [for the coronavirus].”

    Upon receiving the confession, a staff member alerted a local health center. Officers from the Gamagori Police Station, dressed in protective suits, arrived at the bar only to find that the man had already returned home by taxi.

    “I can’t get this straight in my head,” a staff member was quoted. “I cannot express it in words since I only have anger.”

  50. HomeRemedySupply says:

    UPDATE Wednesday March 11, 2020
    “Pandemic” Officially Declared…and now investors may be out of luck.

    WHO YouTube Channel
    WHO characterizes COVID-19 as a pandemic

    EXCERPT from James Corbett’s article above, “Coronavirus: The “Cures” Will Be Worse Than the Disease”

    … the WHO always grows in power in the wake of every crisis.

    During the swine flu non-crisis and the ebola non-crisis and the zika non-crisis the WHO was led by Director-General Margaret Chan. It was under Chan’s watch, remember, that the WHO declared the 2009 swine flu outbreak a “global pandemic,” a move that automatically triggered billions of dollars of vaccine purchases by various governments. This was a blatant cash grab, of course, and even the Council of Europe was compelled to note that the members of the WHO council that made the pandemic declaration were also sitting on the boards of the vaccine manufacturers who stood to benefit from that decision.

    With the Covid-19 outbreak, too, the WHO is playing a game with the pandemic declaration, only this time its motivation is precisely the opposite. In 2017, the World Bank issued a $425 billion (*) bond in support of its Pandemic Emergency Financing Facility. Investors in that bond issue will lose everything if a global pandemic is declared before July . . . a key reason, some suggest, why the WHO is refusing to call coronavirus a pandemic despite it quite clearly meeting the criteria….

    From Wikipedia’s “Pandemic Emergency Financing Facility”
    …As of March 2020, the Class A bonds were trading at a discount of 20-25%, and the Class B bonds were trading at a discount of 95%, reflecting the high risk that payouts will be triggered as a result of the 2019–20 coronavirus outbreak.

    In 2019, the World Bank indicated that they were planning on continuing the PEF programme by issuing a new set of bonds, PEF 2.0, starting in May 2020
    but note:
    The conditions to trigger the bond must be in place for at least 12 weeks after the designated start of the event for payouts to happen. After that, they must be in place on a rolling 12-week basis.

    (Be sure to see James’ links in the article, especially where the drone catches Auntie.)

    • alexandre says:

      Indeed. Yesterday I saw a paper at the supermarket instructing people about the coronavirus (how it’s passed on etc). Today a friend told me his wife will be working from home because someone at her office was diagnosed with coronavirus. So…whatever it is, false or true, it’s coming to get us. My sister insists that nothing will happen, that Brazilians are making jokes (Zika and dengue calling corona a sissy etc). Then Italy shuts down. Is this gonna be really the thing to shut down the planet? My god…I sure hope sister is right, but it’s looking very strange.

      • manbearpig says:

        Strange, yea, well, um, as of Monday, my Uni’s closed, my son stays home from high school along with every other French baby, pupil and student “until further notice”…not exactly sure what I’ll be doing in class tomorrow as a result… Jupiter’s decreed that a “probable closure of borders will be imminently decided on a European level”…my easter vacation in Brazil reserved over a year ago is starting to look hopelessly compromised…no bizarre laughter please…

        • mkey says:

          In my failed state we have 27 “infected” or a whooping 0.000675% (give or take an insignificant decimal). Schools, sports events, public gatherings and “institutions” are being shut down.

          Apparently, kids will be attending online school sessions, whatever that means, but it sure is rife with irony. I jested with my colleague about how his kids are going to get even more alienated, he said they’re too far gone anyway. He says they are very communicative, but only while online.

          At the company I work for (a private owned entity) they are also sort of panicking so people will be working from home. Some people have been “self isolating” for a few weeks now. They are practically banning employees from social gatherings, because it’s of course the responsible thing to do. Even if the only way forward was to live in the basement for the rest of my days, I still wouldn’t do it.

          But I guess it could be worse. Like in Australia, where some rather heavy women battle it out over tp.

          I’ve watched the HighWire earlier, they showed South Korea figures. About 7500 cases over there (whatever a “case” means). Some 0.54% of these leads to complications, there were about 50 deaths, vast majority of whom over 60 years old and I bet people with complicated health conditions.

          I’m expecting this is going to be a very rough season as far as tourism goes. My failed state has the largest GDP fraction coming from tourism activity out of all failed EU states. The previous season has shown a very distinct uptake in investment resulting in lots of guest capacity being left empty. I fear people will be hurting this season, putting too many eggs in one basket can be very dangerous. They have not only been putting all the eggs in one basked, but have been adding more every year.

        • alexandre says:

          Nghar nhgar gharr….sorry.
          Interesting to read you there. Now no flights between US and Europe. Hmm. Even sister is starting to get worried. Watching the people here in the supermarket, people are so poor here that the idea of “stocking up” is just laughable. They can hardly keep up with their daily stuff – mostly potatoes, oleo and flower. This is all so ridiculous. Give me blood moons, Night at the Monte Calvo, UFOs zapping cities, volcanoes, something with a bit more panache than…a ghost-virus and Trump. For fuck’s sake…

          Planning to come to Bolsonaroland? Are you ok?

  51. Camille says:

    We should keep an eye on the Mad Scientist response to this situation.

    These SynBioBeta people are very involved in the nightmare future I’ve been going on about in my videos.

    SynBioBeta COVID-19 Town Hall #1: How can synthetic biologists contribute to the response?

    SynBioBeta COVID-19 Town Hall #2: Building the synthetic biology tool stack for detecting SARS-CoV-2

    • generalbottlewasher says:

      Camille, thanks for introducing us to a fantastic group of potential future psychopaths. That may sound harsh but what will oversite mean if it interferes with the revenue streams they want to tap into. History is clear on this. We should keep both eyes on them however and whenever possible.

      • generalbottlewasher says:

        Not to mention a few things that would worry a person silly like live virus handling while trying to merge the synthetic and live virus invetro. Hubris of these pioneers is the history Im referring to. Franken f-ing Steins. Trust in a secrets saturated environment, funding dependent on output. How could we trust that to not go wrong? Just can’t.
        I just posted a report to 5g and D.Broze interview, where the southern French Cantons in Swissland believe in ” the precautionary principle” Imagine that! They were cheering when the US came for all the Nazi scientists hiding there in 1945 that went to the USA during Paperclip. Cheering. No doubt saying get the psychos outta-here!
        Just speculating.

      • Camille says:

        Generalbottlewasher, they are truly Mad Scientists Gone Mad, and they’ve got the backing of the governments of the world, Big Education, and “philanthropists” like Bill Gates and others.

        If you look at how Obama’s White House (didn’t start or end with them, of course) helped to lay the groundwork with the National Bioeconomy Blueprint, you can clearly see how they are working to remake the world through synthetic biology.

        Like it says on the cover of the George Church/Ed Regis book, ReGenesis, “How Synthetic Biology will Reinvent Nature and Ourselves”.

        “Science” needs to be stopped, if you ask me.

    • alexandre says:

      Geez, the SynBioBeta people look like made in a lab themselves, and the hairstyles…och…

      “To better prepare and respond these types of challenges”, says blondie.

      There’s a little saying from the Pueblos, I think, that goes like this:
      Beauty before me, beauty behind me,
      Beauty to the left, beauty to the right,
      Beauty above me, beauty below me,
      I’m in the polen path.

      Pr’ty, ain’t it? Now substitute the words “beauty” with “psychopaths” and “polen path” with “Earth”, and YOU’VE GOT IT!

      • generalbottlewasher says:

        Not as pr’ty as those seven movements of music. MORE WE WANT MORE but don’t expect to be payed or anything like that. Heaven forbid.🆗4🎥🎵
        Rest assured, if I bump into Marty around town I will put the desert in his ear for “Killers of the Flower Moon”

        • alexandre says:

          Found it! Finally. I lost this comment in the catacombs of gmail, sorry.
          Thanks a lot for that. Who’s Marty?

          I’ll try to upload a piece called “The Sneeze”, part of a suite I plan to call “The Flu”. It’s a funny piece – not exactly pr’ty – but fun. As soon as I gave it up, I’ll let “my audience” know. Ha ha.

          Who’s Marty?

          • manbearpig says:

            “I’ll try to upload a piece called “The Sneeze”, part of a suite I plan to call “The Flu”.”

            maybe you could include a sort of smooth wheezy interlude called “The Girl with Emphysema”?

            with background vocals in a maracas rythmn going “TB TBeee TB TBeee TB TBeeeeeeee…”

            …well I was just off to bed anyhow so…


            • alexandre says:

              Hn hn hn hn hn … (laughing with mouth partially closed).

              Per chance to dream?

        • alexandre says:

          Where’s my audience? MBP, GBW, Candlelight, Pearl, you there? Here goes the link to “Sneeze”. (“Espirro” in Porguguese). A very apropos piece in current times. A funny little waltz in sonata form, as I told you – Exposition / development / Recapitulation. Remember?!

          • generalbottlewasher says:

            Al..Ale..Alex…Aahhh Chooo… Gasunthight!

            Martin. Scorsese. Shooting new movie here.
            ” Killers of the flower moon”

            • alexandre says:

              Oh, in first names terms, are we? How chic. Great. Thanks, but I don’t think you could get near Marty.

              Where is “here”?

              Aah…choo… something of a Road Runner mood in there, ain’t it?

          • manbearpig says:

            with every hiccuping horn and CRASH of a cymbal watch those viruses fly!!

            REEEAL pr’ty! The world is Vienna! Waltzing for the Crown (virus)!

            I love it!

            It reminds me that I’d heard that Carmina Burana was supposed to be a parody of Baroque music, just a joke? And finally it’s one of the most popular and amazing pieces out there.

            Vive The Sneeze! Espero que Espirro

            o torne rico e famoso dando o teu nome o anel da eternidade através das gerações!

            Eternuement to the end of time!

            now time to make pancakes for my son.

            • alexandre says:

              Oba! Pancakes! Gimme.
              Thanks for the words, but famoso pela eternidade…kind of lost that bus. Twenty years ago, maybe. Now, your – and the others – words is plenty, and much more important.

              Carmina Burana doesn’t sound like a joke or a parody. Don’t know that story, but it well could be. I know Bolero was an experiment and after it became popular, Ravel supposedly said “Shit, now I’m gonna be famous fora that thing”.

              Yeah, sneezing in Vienna. There are about 5 sneezes there before the recapitulation that are specially funny for me because that’s my father’s style of sneezing. Many consecutive sneezes.

              Now that I have an audience, maybe I’ll get moved to do a beautiful piece I’m writing dedicated to Ravel, Debussy and maybe Lili Boulanger. That pretty French style of [more serious] music. Very derivative, but I don’t care anymore. By the way, do a search on Lili Boulanger and listen to the music this mostly unknown woman wrote. Her sister was Nadia, famous music teacher – taught Stravinsky and many greats – but no one knew much of her sister. Died quite young. That’s effin’ pretty stuff. Ah…la France. (I mean, la old France).

              • manbearpig says:

                Was your dad that guy who wrote that “Sometime Ago”?

                With regards to Carmina Burana wiki offers this insight:

                “Generally, the works contained in the Carmina Burana can be arranged into four groups according to theme:[5]

                55 songs of morals and mockery (CB 1–55)
                131 love songs (CB 56–186)
                40 drinking and gaming songs (CB 187–226)
                two longer spiritual theater pieces (CB 227 and 228)
                This outline, however, has many exceptions. CB 122–134, which are categorized as love songs, actually are not: they contain a song for mourning the dead, a satire, and two educational stories about the names of animals…”

                as an aside, also found this on the same page:

                Macaronic language

                Macaronic language uses a mixture of languages,[1] particularly bilingual puns or situations in which the languages are otherwise used in the same context (rather than simply discrete segments of a text being in different languages). Hybrid words are effectively “internally macaronic”. In spoken language, code-switching is using more than one language or dialect within the same conversation.[2]

                So I guess French citizens and voters should bear this in mind when decoding presidential speeches and commentary!

                ps: Lili Boulanger, how tragic, reminds me of Anne Brontë… who’d begged her sister to take her to the seaside for her lung conditions… which she finally did, but way too late… in time to die…

              • alexandre says:

                Well well well well well well well well well….using Wikipedia, are we? Hmm??
                Don’t be saucy with me, Béarnaise.

                Here’s what I found:
                I just know the most famous piece, so overused in advertising as to almost lead me to insanity for having to copy it again and again. I’ll listen to the whole thing now with fresh ears.

                No, my dad never wrote music, he was an ad man, very creative, incredibly funny and a complete idiot. The guy you’re probably referring to is Sergio Mihanovich, the somewhat famous Argentinean song writer? He’s from another arm of the family. Funny thing this “family” of mine. The Mihanovichs in Argentina came from two Croatian guys, kind of mafiosi gangsters that had the main (or maybe the only) shipping company for a while and then separated (then you have two lines, one from each brother), so although coming from different lines, we’re all from the same origin. BUT…all contacts I tried with the other Mihanovichs there – Sergio, Sandra, Sol etc – ended up in nothing. They were acutely NOT interested, probably fearing I was the poor Brazilian relative after their money. So I have no contact with them, and quite frankly, how do you say “fuck’em” in French?

                My dad once said: “There’s a reason why I left Buenos Aires.” – not to cast aspargus on all Porteños.

                Good advice on “Linguagem macarrônica”. Did you listen to some Boulanger? Softly and lovely.

  52. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Dr. Robert Rowen is well known for his work with “Ozone Blood Therapy and Ultraviolet Blood Therapy (UBI) (BioPhotonic Therapy)”, even having handled (‘cured’) Ebola cases.

    Regarding the COVID-19 coronavirus, Dr. Rowen points out how this therapy can incapacitate the “viral fingers” (cysteine amino acid) and essentially make the corononavirus completely ineffective.
    Scroll above to see Dr. Rowen’s article.

    March 12, 2020 article with Scientific Study sourced link.
    Dr. Rowen:
    Flu Vaccine May Make you more Susceptible to Coronavirus

    …It appears that getting a flu vaccine will make you more prone to coronavirus infection. This is hot off the press.

    My interpretation of this is that when you receive (or your child) a vaccination, your immune system is artificially deranged by the vaccine so that it will not respond normally to secondary challenge.

    This is one of the missing elements in alleged vaccine research. A vaccine “interferes” with the immune system’s normal processes. The first sentence in the abstract says it all:

    “…vaccination may increase the risk of other respiratory viruses, a phenomenon known as vaccine interference”

    Taken from this Scientific Study
    Influenza vaccination and respiratory virus interference among Department of Defense personnel during the 2017-2018 influenza season

    EXCERPT from the study’s Conclusion
    Vaccine derived virus interference was significantly associated with coronavirus and human metapneumovirus;
    however, significant protection with vaccination was associated not only with most influenza viruses, but also parainfluenza, RSV, and non-influenza virus coinfections.

  53. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Taiwan’s success with the Coronavirus containment

    Relatively speaking, compared to China and other countries, Taiwan has done well in containing the spread of COVID-19.

    “China Uncensored”
    March 11, 2020
    (11 minute video)
    “Coronavirus Contained: How Taiwan Beat China”

    Video description
    “China has tackled the coronavirus with authoritarian means. Taiwan has handled it as a free and democratic society—with openness and transparency. And it’s worked way better. Meanwhile, countries like South Korea, Italy and Iran, that have close relations with China, have had the corona virus COVID-19 spread rapidly.”

  54. manbearpig says:

    I have a vague recollection someone already posted something to this effect but just in case; from the French? l’ADN Business site:

    “CoronaCoronavirus (morbid) cryptocoin

    by Peggy Baron
    LE 6 MARS 2020

    When cynicism is pushed to the extreme: the CoronaCoin is a cryptocoin that allows you to get richer proportionally to the increase of contaminations and deaths linked to Covid-19.

    The CoronaCoin allows you to make money by betting on the increase in the number of victims of the Coronavirus, known as Covid-19. The principle is simple: the more the number of infected people and deaths increases, the more valuable the cryptocoin becomes.

    How does the CoronaCoin work?

    “There is a fixed number of tokens in the world: 7,604,953,650. The total number of tokens is equal to the population of the world when the tokens are minted. As the number of people infected/killed by the virus increases, the number of [corresponding] tokens is manually burned every forty-eight hours. Thus, for each infection, one token […] becomes unusable,” details the official site.

    Asked about the morbidity of the project, the CoronaCoin team replied: “There are currently active pandemic bonds issued by the WHO. How is this different?”

    The pandemic bonds referred to by the creators of CoronaCoin were issued by the World Bank in 2017. They have attracted a lot of criticism. While they were supposed to allow countries affected by pandemics to recover money quickly, they have now proven to be ineffective…”

    translated by deepl with help.

    • mkey says:

      This is very classy. Also hacky as hell.

      • manbearpig says:

        dunno… something so brazenly amoral about it… sorta like Olé! a corrida de toros, as a bull is toyed with to death…

        • alexandre says:

          CoronaCoin?? I refuse to believe it. I’ll resort to my cognitive-dodecaphony and say it is not true.

          It is not true.

          There, I’ve said it.

          No! Don’t try to convince me. I forbid it!

  55. mkey says:

    There’s some interesting development in my failed state. An “expert” in, but of course, economy is suggesting that the coming parliamentary elections shouldn’t be held and instead the left and right should form a a “war time government”. Because this is like a war, only without mass destruction, carnage, any bullets fired, rockets launched or grenades lobbed.

    There’s 37 “infected” currently. Not thousand, 37. As in, less than the count of fingers and toes on two people without any disabilities. As far as I can see in the reports, nobody among these 37 is even close to being a casualty. There aren’t even any reports of any of these 37 having complications and some have been declared cured.

    There’s been quite a bit of talk during the recent years about how these “two parties” will have to form a coalition to be able to for a stable government, since during the last two elections it was extremely difficult to get a majority. And without majority, but of course, you can’t have a government. So quite a bit of trading had to be dished out to get the right people on the right side.

    And now we can see the contours of the fallout of this “disaster”. I’m sure this is just a trial balloon, but are these guys smart enough to abide the old adage saying that a good crisis shouldn’t go to waste?

    • alexandre says:

      Beri beri interesting, sahib. Indeed when one thinks of it, from many, two; from two, one. And there we have our global governance. But aren’t we all, in the world, now under the auspices of the UN and the WHO? Aren’t they the de-facto world government, now that a pandemic was officially declared?

      Thirty seven. Funny.

    • mkey says:

      Excuse my quip, it’s 38 total. 1 cured, 0 in critical condition. Well, 0 with any complications whatsoever.

      New decision by the gubment: price controls by decree, no time to pass that through the parliament. Prices are to be fixed to levels that were in effect on 30th of January for food, cleaning and disinfection products, some medical equipment and protective clothing, gloves and the likes. It would be kind of funny that some of those prices were higher back than than they are now.

      Hmm, lets see what the old Romans have to say about price controls… yes, hmmm, I see. They say they sucked and played an important role in bringing down the ancient empire 1500 years ago.

      All of this makes me think this situation is going to linger on for a while longer. Maybe the next executive decision will be to force tourists to come touristing. That’s insane enough to work.

  56. rick77 says:

    I feel if you make this corona info public you’d see a spike in subscribers right now…

    • rick77 says:

      I’m trying to send to friends but need to keep copy/pasting… even to my mom!

    • mkey says:

      If you go to the top if the page, you will see urls to steemit and minds versions of this article. You can also share the url for page and people will be still be able to see the introductory part “for free” and then be directed to minds or steemit.

      Acces to the colossal amount of information in the comment sections
      starts a $1 one time donation.

  57. randallsnyderjr says:

    It seems the concerted effort to understand COVID-19 by qualified professionals is yielding insights that completely debunk the mainstream/government narrative. I’ve learned from the two sources below there’s simply no “gold standard” currently available to confirm any COVID-19 related illnesses or deaths.

    I’ve learned that “exosomes”, due to natural biological cellular processes, are indistinguishable from the alleged COVID-19 virus.

    I hope these missing aspects of the pandemic narrative get widely exposed. If the world were to realize that there’s not even a single death that can be accurately attributed to COVID-19, there most certainly will be some head scratching to follow.

    More doctors are speaking out that this COVID-19 pandemic is purely fabricated.

    We are being cheated out of our freedom with lies and innuendo.

    The following exceptional video is concise, confirming and should result in a lessened concern about the “natural” cellular processes that are taking place.

    38 minutes. Exosomes

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