It’s not just him of course, very few commentators dare to mention the real business model involved here. My guess is that he knows he could be in danger if he pointed out the glaringly obvious. But seriously, if not now, when?
Disaster capitalism is by far the most profitable investment on a rate-of-return basis of anything out there. The people and institutions who are in a position to practice it are the behemoths of the financial world. I’m talking about goldman sachs, jp morgan, the rothschilds, rockefellers etc. This is how JFK’s father made his fortune. This satanic mafia (and I use that term advisedly) is so entrenched and entangled in the economic and political landscape as to be virtually invisible. But if you know what to look for, you can see that the entire economy revolves around economic destruction. There’s a black hole in the center of the galaxy of the economy, which causes it to function like a slave plantation: a large fraction of the output of the economic producers is funneled down the throat of the monster in the middle.
The following is based on my reading of “The Fruits of Graft” by Wayne Jett. You can buy it at his web site https://classicalcapital.com/ if you don’t want to patronize amazon.
The amount of influenza ravaging the U.S. this year rivals levels normally seen when an altogether new virus emerges, decimating a vulnerable population that hasn’t had a chance to develop any defenses.
It’s an unexpected phenomenon that public health experts are still trying to decode….
A 2020 study published by Canadian researchers assesses the impact of repeated influenza vaccination on “current season” VE, furnishing results that will hardly be good news for proponents of annual vaccination. The study included senior citizens with laboratory-confirmed influenza who were at least 65 years old at the time of vaccination, examining the impact of prior vaccination for up to 10 previous flu seasons—the first study to review such a long time period. In seniors who received a vaccine in 2015-16 but none in the preceding decade, VE was an unimpressive 34%, but it was significantly worse when accounting for 10-year vaccination history—26%, 24%, 13% and 7% in those who received 1-3, 4-6, 7-8 or 9-10 vaccines in the prior decade, respectively. A Spanish study of older (> 60 years) influenza patients documented low VE (20% or lower) with just one prior vaccination….
There’s something incredibly fascinating about the “Centre for European Policy Analysis” (CEPA). While other firms on the think tank gravy train at least try to dress up their agenda, this one is pretty up front.
Put bluntly, CEPA is a lobby group for British and American arms manufacturers and the broader US-led military complex, with offices in Washington and Warsaw. Its mission is to whip up anti-Russian hysteria, particularly in eastern Europe, because the country’s neighborhood being fearful of Moscow’s intentions is profitable for the bottom line of its financial supporters.
CEPA is funded by ‘regime-change specialists’ the National Endowment For Democracy, NATO, the US Department of Defence, the US State Department and other American government cutouts, who also bankroll copious other think tanks. But what makes CEPA “special” is the share of arms manufactures on its contributor list, which is far greater than comparable outfits: They include FireEye, Lockheed Martin, Raytheon, Bell Helicopter and BAE Systems.
The pressure group’s personnel list reads like a who’s who of anti-Russia activism, with the grandiose sounding ‘International Advisory Council’ featuring former Swedish Prime Minister Carl Bildt and Estonia’s ex-President Toomas Hendrik Ilves, who was raised in the US, and once worked for its state broadcaster, RFE/RL. Also, erstwhile US Secretary of State Madeleine Albright is listed, along with the late Zbigniew Brzezinski, the Polish-born one time National Security Advisor to Jimmy Carter, and Anne Applebaum, a long term resident of Poland. She moved upstairs from a position as a “Senior Adjunct Fellow” (these people love their fancy titles).…
Surprise! Covid is especially toxic to older people via the melatonin link. It seems gates loves economically harvestable and trusting kids a bit more than the politically educated oldsters who might be able to tell them a thingertoo about reality.
There’s another demographic targeting aspect to the melatonin link: water fluoridation, which tends to cluster around higher population areas, probably distant from the walled estates where gates vacations.
And the PR front for the modern eugenics movement:
Bizarre guidelines from health authorities around the world are potentially including thousands of deceased patients who were never even tested
A few weeks ago we reported that, according to the Italian Institute of Health (ISS), only 12% of Italy’s reported Covid19 deaths actually listed Covid19 as the cause of death.
Given that 99% of them had at least one serious co-morbidity (and that 80% of them had two such diseases) this raised serious questions as to the reliability of Italy’s reported statistics.
Prof Walter Ricciardi, advisor to Italy’s health minister, explained this was caused by the “generous” way the Italian government handles death certificates:
The way in which we code deaths in our country is very generous in the sense that all the people who die in hospitals with the coronavirus are deemed to be dying of the coronavirus.
Essentially, Italy’s death registration process does not differentiate between those who simply have the virus in their body, and those who are actually killed by it.
Given the amount of fear and panic Italy’s comparatively alarming numbers caused around the world, you would think other nations would be eager to avoid these same mistakes.
Surely all the other countries of the world are employing rigorous standards for delineating who has, and has not, fallen victim to the pandemic, right?
Doctors in Los Angeles and Denver are reporting that hydroxychloroquine in combination with azithromycin or zinc appears to have helped their sick coronavirus patients become “symptom free” within hours.
The President has been repeatedly pushing Hydroxychloroquine, a malaria drug, despite the fact it hasn’t been clinically tested against to treat Covid-19. But this local doctor says he’s prescribed it and it’s worked, leaving ill patients symptom free in 8-12 hrs.@ABC7 pic.twitter.com/EyQi23AAv4
— Jory Rand (@ABC7Jory) April 6, 2020
Dr. Anthony Cardillo said he has seen very promising results when prescribing hydroxychloroquine in combination with zinc for the most severely-ill COVID-19 patients.
“Every patient I’ve prescribed it to has been very, very ill and within 8 to 12 hours, they were basically symptom-free,” Cardillo told Eyewitness News. “So clinically I am seeing a resolution.”
Cardillo is the CEO of Mend Urgent Care, which has locations in Sherman Oaks, Van Nuys and Burbank.
He said he has found it only works if combined with zinc. The drug, he said, opens a channel for the zinc to enter the cell and block virus replication.
He added that the drug should not be prescribed for those who are presenting only mild symptoms, as there are concerns about shortages for patients with other conditions who need to take the drug on a regular basis.
Dr. Constantine Tsamasfyros of Denver found similar results.
A Denver family physician has been prescribing a controversial medication to his patients, sick with coronavirus, and believes it is yielding positive results. Dr. Constantine Tsamasfyros, who has been a primary care doctor in Denver for nearly 50 years, told CBS4 Investigator Brian Maass he has prescribed a combination of hydroxychloroquine (also known as Plaquenil) and an antibiotic called azithromycin to about a dozen patients over the last few weeks.
“They all did well. They seemed to reverse their symptoms in a day or two,” said Tsamasfyros, who said he “absolutely” believed the medication was working.
“If they’re drowning, you either pull them out of the water or at least throw them a rope to come out,” he said while explaining his decision to prescribe the medication.
[…] [Tsamasfyros] said the medications made sense to him on a scientific level and through his “common sense.”
[…] Asked if he planned to continue prescribing it to patients exhibiting signs of coronavirus, Tsamasfyros said, “absolutely.”