coronavirus

Creating a famine to stop a plague

Back in January, I wrote about Chinese in Australia stripping the country of health and medical supplies to send back home to China for personal profit and national self-interest.

Chinese shoppers begin stripping Sydney shelves of health, medical supplies

Back then, such a story was just a racist far right conspiracy theory.

Now it’s news.

Perhaps fear of a plague brings out the honesty in people.… Read the rest

COVID-19: A plague, a panic and a plot

Remember when Scott Morrison said the most dangerous thing about the Chinese virus was Australians being racist?

That’s not going to age well.

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Debt-based money caused this collapse, not COVID-19

As a history teacher, I used to wonder what it might have been like for people to live through a real crisis. The Great Depression. The Spanish flu. The Great Fire of London. 

Now we know. 

What a time to be alive. Your grandkids will ask you what it was like one day, if you see them. Pray you will. 

As I write this, the greatest wealth destruction event in the history of the world is occurring. Ever. A financial bushfire the likes of which the planet has never seen. 

The parallels with the 2019 bushfires are illuminating. For example, the causes.… Read the rest

Why I’m prepping for the end of the world

So it looks like everyone’s a prepper now. 

It seems Aussies are finally getting it. It’s a pandemic. It’s real. It’s not the flu.

No thanks to the media and politicians who have lied to us for months and kept bringing infected foreigners here so that Gerry Harvey’s slush fund stays slushy. 

Don’t you have a bunker to run to, Gerry? … Read the rest

Quarantines and military lockdowns are coming to Australia

First it was toilet paper. 

Next it will be food. 

The people laughing at ‘panic buyers’ now will be panicking then, and blaming those who prepared for their lack of preparation. Should things get bad enough in the winter ahead, we’ll see violence as Australians face their vulnerability and reliance upon complex resource distribution systems and a debt-based financial system for the first time with horror. … Read the rest

Trusting the media is dangerous for your health

Watching the reactions of Aussies to shortages of toilet paper and non-perishable food in supermarkets has been an interesting case study in herd psychology and the madness of crowds. 

The majority of people, who rely upon the mainstream media for their news and views and so have not prepared for a global pandemic, are shocked and outraged at images of toilet paper missing from supermarket shelves. These are people who have never seen stores emptied of goods except in images from overseas or maybe during natural disasters. They’re people who take normal for granted, and trust the made-up millionaires on the screen in their living room to tell them what’s happening, what’s real and what’s not every night. … Read the rest

Doctors warn China coronavirus carriers may show no symptoms

A team of eminent doctors published a report in Friday’s edition of The Lancet medical journal which found that persons may be infected with the China coronavirus without presenting any symptoms.

Such patients were described in the report as ‘afebrile’, a medical term indicating no fever or outward signs of sickness. The authors of the report indicated such carriers may help to spread the outbreak by remaining undetected.

The findings of the study cast doubt on the effectiveness of screenings procedures implemented at airports around the world to prevent the spread of the disease.

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Shocking videos emerge of Wuhan outbreak

The fast-moving coronavirus outbreak in the Chinese city of Wuhan, dubbed 2019-nCoV by authorities, has now spread to eight countries according to ABC News.

At this stage, eight Chinese cities remain under quarantine. The total population under emergency lockdown is now greater than the population of Australia, as Chinese authorities rush to prevent the spread of the virus during Chinese New Year this weekend.

The Chinese New Year period, during which Chinese travel to their ancestral villages to be with family, is the largest annual movement of people in the world. In Beijing, officials have closed the Forbidden Palace and also cancelled New Year events in the city.… Read the rest