“The Sum of Cultural, Free Speech, Health, & Economic Damage Done by the Covid19 Caper”

Image: http://www.davidicke.com

Also see:

Oxford Professor Says People Have Become “Overly Frightened” of Coronavirus:

Carl Heneghan, a professor of evidence-based medicine at Oxford University, says governments have failed in accurately communicating the actual threat posed by coronavirus, leading people to become “overly frightened” due to misplaced fear.

Heneghan was responsible for the UK government significantly lowering its official COVID-19 death toll after he revealed that health authorities were counting coronavirus deaths even if someone had subsequently died of other causes.

Urging people to “get on with your lives!” Heneghan said that exaggerated fears over the pandemic had led to “people going about their daily lives misunderstanding and overestimating their risk.”

“We reset how we calculate the death rates. We now need to reset how we communicate the risks of the virus,” said Heneghan.

“I am concerned people have become overly frightened and throughout this pandemic, the fear instilled in people has been a real problem,” he added.

“Many people misunderstand and overestimate their risk of Covid. This uncertainty is leaving them highly anxious and affecting schools, offices and how we go about our daily lives. The government needs to intervene to explain to people their true risks,” concluded Heneghan…

DB Note: This Oxford professor is speaking of the UK, but the same is true here, in America!

****

“The true terrorists of our world do not meet at the docks at midnight, or scream “Allahu Akbar” before some violent action. The true terrorists of our world wear 5000 dollar suits and work in the highest positions of finance, government and business.”

~ Peter Joseph, “Zeitgeist: Addendum”. Documentary, History, War, http://www.imdb.com. 2008.

****

Quote from the following article:

There is a life-lesson I have relearned over the last five years: that friends from normal cirumstances are largely useless as comrades when malign forces have made them scared. Brexit and Covid19 did that. One has to seek out new colleagues capable, as Kipling put it, “of keeping your head when others are losing theirs”. The ultimate loneliness of Gary Cooper in High Noon is being played out in millions of relationships in the 21st century West.

That alone results in disastrous cultural change. It is hard to find a single EU State now – even a single Anglospheric State – that isn’t socially and politically split down the middle on nationalism, blocism, globalism, race, culture, creed, independence….and now, even health is emerging as (despite the surface robotic opinion-forming) yet another canyon of divide.

At its core, the divide is about telling the truth come what may, restoring the balance of our natural instincts in the context of society, and opposing both the mendacious censorship and puerile propaganda of the State’s information apertures.

A staggering percentage of Western citizens still quietly believe that, as it were, keeping quiet about injustice can somehow be in the common good. An almost equal percentage see opposition to issues like EU practices and Big Pharma’s malign influence on public health as evidence, variously, of igorance, stupidity, racism and the sort of mental derangement that leads “the gullible” to indulge in “silly conspiracy theories”.

The disbelief in censorship is, for me, the most incomprehensible given its blatant nature…

This author is referring here, to his own experiences in France, over the last four months. But the same can be said about my experiences here, and especially when it comes to old friends and this CV-19 Plandemic:

There is a life-lesson I have relearned over the last five years: that friends from normal cirumstances are largely useless as comrades when malign forces have made them scared. …Covid19 did that. One has to seek out new colleagues capable, as Kipling put it, “of keeping your head when others are losing theirs”.

I have a sixty year-old friendship, going back to when I was eleven years old (1961), that is dying a slow and lingering death, because of my old friend’s irrational fear of this common-cold/flu-virus mind-fuck. I cannot deal with his cowardice over absolutely nothing, and the same can be said of my x wife, who, by the way, has always considered herself a radical.

The inbred, fear-mongering psychopaths, who run this world-order from hell, destroy everything they touch. These inbred creatures have been destroying every aspect of our lives for the last six months, and they aren’t done yet. When these inbred freaks of nature are finished (if we allow them to finish), there will be nothing left of the world that we all once knew, and evidently, most of you sheep could give a shit less.

If these inbred freaks of nature have their way, and this worldwide totalitarian-hell comes to pass, then I sincerely hope these sheep’s children, those who will suffer the most in this “new normal” hell,  will go to their graves hating their parent’s willfully-ignorant, cowardly and obedient guts!!

The Sum of Cultural, Free Speech, Health, & Economic Damage Done by the Covid19 Caper

By John Ward

The Slog

Inhuman, unnatural behaviour. Mob obedience. The destruction of Citizen Healthcare. Sovereign fiscal insolvency. Unparalleled job losses.

Is anyone still seriously trying to tell me that all this was done with the best intentions to save us from being wiped out by a virus that kills 0.0064% of us?

Band together Thinking People: this is nonsense, and we all know it.


I have owned one property or another in France for over thirty years. No event has come close to the Coronavirus hype in its quite extraordinary ability to change Gallic culture.

There is an overwhelming sense of obedience being the only moral choice for a responsible citizen – the diametric opposite of the normal French attitude, which is to ridicule every politician, evade as much tax as possible, and break every speed limit as a matter of course.

One feels the change very keenly: the almost jingoistic tone of regulatory notices – ‘unifié contre le virus’ – the tut-tutting or stony silence if one says anything contrarian, and of course the fear in those eyes above the mask.

The habit of kissing on greeting and stopping for a gossip has disappeared. Even when it’s possible to show people with one chart that immunity is growing and deaths are falling sharply, they shrug and say, “I faut rester prudent” – we must remain on our guard.

Three months ago, the obligatory wearing of masks in the street was being hotly debated in the media, and largely opposed in Opeds. Today, large areas of Paris have adopted that ridiculous obligation without a murmur….despite the now massively quantified data proving that management drugs are highly effective at dealing with the infected, and 85% of the population has only the tiniest chance of dying from Covid19.

De Gaulle said, after his long term in office, that France could not be governed in the accepted libertarian sense of the term. In just four months, Emmanuel Macron has shown that the emerging French generations will applaud the idea of collaboration’s meaning being shifted from a potential insult into some kind of patriotic duty.

There is a life-lesson I have relearned over the last five years: that friends from normal cirumstances are largely useless as comrades when malign forces have made them scared. Brexit and Covid19 did that. One has to seek out new colleagues capable, as Kipling put it, “of keeping your head when others are losing theirs”. The ultimate loneliness of Gary Cooper in High Noon is being played out in millions of relationships in the 21st century West.

That alone results in disastrous cultural change. It is hard to find a single EU State now – even a single Anglospheric State – that isn’t socially and politically split down the middle on nationalism, blocism, globalism, race, culture, creed, independence….and now, even health is emerging as (despite the surface robotic opinion-forming) yet another canyon of divide.

At its core, the divide is about telling the truth come what may, restoring the balance of our natural instincts in the context of society, and opposing both the mendacious censorship and puerile propaganda of the State’s information apertures.

A staggering percentage of Western citizens still quietly believe that, as it were, keeping quiet about injustice can somehow be in the common good. An almost equal percentage see opposition to issues like EU practices and Big Pharma’s malign influence on public health as evidence, variously, of igorance, stupidity, racism and the sort of mental derangement that leads “the gullible” to indulge in “silly conspiracy theories”.

The disbelief in censorship is, for me, the most incomprehensible given its blatant nature.

The above block chart illustrates the effect on my readership numbers over the last three weeks. The daily average (it began just out of shot to the left) that had been 8,000-9,000 has slumped to 3,000. That’s about the number of signed-up Slog followers I have. Comment levels have stayed roughly the same, but my inbox remains full of complaints that Slog Tweets on Twitter are no longer appearing on their timelines.

This a topline analysis from somebody ‘out there’ of how my site’s settings have changed for the worse during the period in question:

·         Pages indexed by Google are low

·         W3C Markup validation Issues not fixed

·         Meta Tags need  to be Optimized properly according to targeted pages

·         Errors in the coding part of your website

·         Robots.Txt File not present

The Slog’s tweets are now regularly blanked under the panel heading ‘potential sensitive content’.

Referrals from Google have halved.

The new site at covidisinfectant.com was up just 36 hours before the second page-build disappeared behind ‘403 Entry Forbidden’.

Again, there is obvious massive libertarian damage in such corporate social media censorship; but what one detects now is the emergence yet again of cynical smuggies who smile and say, “Yeh, well – whaddya expect?” as if that somehow addressed the problem.

I strongly believe that cynicism is the new naivety.

Source: The Sum of Cultural, Free Speech, Health, & Economic Damage Done by the Covid19 Caper – LewRockwell


Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s