I have featured Jon Rappoport’s reports on the Coronavirus, trusting his information largely because for decades he has studied how “diseases” (including “epidemics”) and their “cures” not only have been weaponized for all sorts of economic, political, and cultural purposes, but also because the “science” behind just about everything having to do with human health is dicey, to say the least.
As a person who, for nearly five decades has stayed clear of allopathic medicine (with the rare exception of emergency medicine and orthopedics), I am very disposed to see this emergent “threat” the way Rappoport does.
Here’s his overview of the situation, as of February 5.
On the other hand, here’s an incredibly chilling report that I couldn’t help but sink my teeth into. Especially the idea that these new “hospitals” that are going up in eleven days are actually prisons, and worse. True? I have no idea, but here’s both the report, an interview by Steve Bannon, a man whom I respect —
— and here’s one indication that yes, these newly constructed “hospitals” are actually prisons. Or worse: the man Bannon interviews says that no food and water are given to those locked in the cells, presumably waiting to die and be cremated in one of the 49 crematories in Wuhan that are supposedly working nonstop to consign bodies to the fire (thus adding to Wuhan’s already terrible record on air pollution?).
My immediate take on any of these so-called epidemics/pandemics is just how quickly and easily they can be used to ramp up the global police state. And what more convenient country to begin with than communist-controlled China?
Meanwhile, my advice to myself remains the same: stay centered, eat well, sleep enough, and exercise plenty. In other words, do all that I can to make sure my own body’s immune system is working according to its original brilliant design.