For the last eighteen months, since the lunacy over the Wuhan virus officially began, I’ve not heard a single person address — let alone address insightfully — the one thing above all others which for me, from right off, was the total giveaway to this entire deadly farce. There were in fact two things very early on that couldn’t be reconciled — the most immediate of which was the instant calculation by the powers-that-be of fatality rates before anything close to widespread testing had been done. This remains one of the truest giveaways: you cannot calculate fatality rates before you know infection rates, and you cannot know infection rates before widespread testing.
That’s mathematical law.
This was and is a checkmate.
The fact that within just a few days, world leaders and bureaucrats were telling us “3% to 5%” fatality rates — this not only disclosed intentional misrepresentation, but it was also a clear-cut case of catastrophizing (actual fatality rates, according to the scrupulous Stanford epidemiologist John Iionadis, fall between 0.1% and 0.5%, which is much more like the regular seasonal flu), and catastrophizing, as I have admonished so many times this past year-and-a-half, should always be looked upon suspiciously.
The second and most significant of the two things that simply could not be reconciled is something that I’ve not only not had anyone answer: I’ve never even heard anyone else discuss it — even among those who didn’t buy into the mainstream narrative: people as skeptical as me.
When I heard this gentleman today, I felt the scales fall from my eyes.
This second thing I’m speaking of — the something that not one person among even the most dedicated and zealous catastrophists, not doctor, not scientist, not politician, not anyone, has ever addressed, even when I’ve directly and repeatedly asked — is this:
How can anyone who purports to care about human life begin to justify the incalculable, irrefutable death and destruction these reckless and completely ineffective lockdown policies are having upon the innocent third-world poor, all across the world?
How can any sane person justify creating astronomically more death and misery, and for an indefinite period of time, for a coronavirus which when treated with safe, abundant, inexpensive, effective, early-treatment protocols is far less lethal than the seasonal flu?
No one has ever answered that question.
I know I’ve written about this subject numerous times, and I don’t mean to be a broken record, but let me say again just for posterity: I have asked this question to more people than I could ever calculate, and not a single person — even the doctors and scientists — not one among them has ever in any way replied.
And I do mean that quite literally: there’s not ever even an attempt at a reply. No sloppy polemics, no specious reasoning, none of the interminable equivocations and tortuous circumlocutions. No anything.
It is truly among the most bizarre experiences of my entire life.
At times it’s felt for me like a dream — that ostensibly smart, compassionate human beings who in many, many cases are well-credentialed, simply say nothing. They remain mute and just stare. As if the words don’t compute. It is the closest thing I’ve ever experienced in real-life to feeling as if humans were under a Manchurian-Candidate-like spell, and it’s something I’ve thought into the ground.
I was therefore astounded today when I came across the following interview, brand-new (September 21, 2021), between two people neither of whom I’d ever heard of before a few hours ago.
The man being interviewed is one Dr. Mattias Desmet, a Professor of Clinical Psychology at Ghent University, in Belgium, and this entire discussion, from beginning to end, is absolutely riveting — the scope of its explanatory power unlike anything I’ve heard from anyone, at any point, on this surreal subject. You must watch it. It will throw open shut windows and it will cast gales of light upon the nightmarish chasmed darkness of the last eighteen months.
At the five-minute mark, for instance, Professor Desmet explains when and why this global panic began to strike him as not-quite-right:
“Another example of an absurd characteristic was that, from the beginning, institutions like the United Nations actually warned us that probably more people would die as a result of starvation, in developing countries, because of the lockdowns, than the number of victims the coronavirus could ever claim, even if there were no measures taken at all against the virus [my italicized emphasis] — which meant as much as: the ‘remedy’ was far worse than the actual disease. And still, nobody seemed to notice this. Everybody seemed to be so focused only on the coronavirus victims that people continued to be willing to buy into the story….”
And at the forty-eight-minute mark:
“In my opinion, the most important thing for people to do is to continue to speak out. Even if it’s just to say that you don’t agree with the mainstream narrative: because mass formation is provoked by the specific voice it’s gotten used to. Really, you have to take this literally. Totalitarian leaders know this very well: they start every new day with thirty minutes of propaganda, in which the voice of the leader constantly penetrates the consciousness of the population. So without mass media and without the ability to confront people, time and time again, with the voices of the leaders, no mass formation could continue as long as it continued in Germany and then in the Soviet Union. And the opposite of this is also true: if other voices are available in the public space, then the mass hypnosis will be disturbed.”
I do sincerely implore you to watch and listen to this levelheaded, clear-thinking professor of psychology — no psycho-babbler here. He is smart and sane, and the world desperately needs more voices like his, and we can all learn from him and aspire to his powers of reason:
The following brief video-clips are, unfortunately, not nearly as inspiring.
But they are every bit as important. The world is on the brink of a colossal disaster — the greatest disaster in human history — and we must all, each and every one of us, come together in unification and stand against it:
Dr. Vladimir (“Zev”) Zelenko, who was nominated for a Nobel-Prize in medicine and who’s also the world’s first and foremost physician to successfully treat the Wuhan virus (back in early March of 2020, before the lockdowns), testifies to the Rabbinical court: “Wake up! This is World War III. This is genocide”:
DR. JEAN THÉRON BEING ARRESTED & DRAGGED FROM OFFICE FOR PRESCRIBING ‘IVERMECTIN’ TO A COVID PATIENT IN FRENCH POLYNESIA:
Mike Yeadon, former VP of Pfizer and an irrefutable voice of reason and sanity in this cesspool of “vaccine” propaganda, has issued what he believes may be a final warning, and I don’t necessarily think he’s wrong:
According to the World Health Organization and the CDC’s own data, this is without any comparison the deadliest, most harmful vaccine rollout in human history — by light years:
Nobel-Prize-winning virologist Dr. Luc Montagnier: “I’ll refuse the mandatory vaccine.”
Professor Montagnier understands exactly what is happening. He knows this is worldwide bioterrorism.
Which is why he, along with a number of other doctors and scientists, have signed sworn affidavits alleging “crimes against humanity and attempted genocide” and submitted these affidavits to International Court: