The unfolding of the COVID-19 pandemic left many unanswered, or unsatisfactorily answered, questions. Why were effective drugs banned while a hypothetical vaccine was promoted? Why the sudden concern of the authorities for “saving lives”? Why the same measures across dozens of countries? Why the imposition of lock-downs when detection and treatment worked better? Why was a virus whose fatality rate is comparable to a seasonal flu, hyped to such an extent? Is SARS-CoV-2 a natural virus, or was it created in a laboratory?
The present article aims to answer those questions and, more importantly, to decipher the true motives behind the global coronavirus show.
Authorities and Life
All the measures taken by the authorities relative to the COVID-19 pandemic centered around one motive: “saving lives”. This motive is in line with the very purpose of the authorities, whose mandate is to protect us, or so we’ve been led to believe.
That’s the hallmark of progressive thinking; year after year – thanks to human rights, democracy, humanitarianism, humanism and technological progress – barbarity and death are becoming a thing of the past. We are now “kinder and gentler,” as Steven Pinker puts it:
“Cruelty as entertainment, human sacrifice to indulge superstition, slavery as a labor-saving device, conquest as the mission statement of government, genocide as a means of acquiring real estate, torture and mutilation as routine punishment, the death penalty for misdemeanors and differences of opinion, assassination as the mechanism of political succession, rape as the spoils of war, pogroms as outlets for frustration, homicide as the major form of conflict resolution — all were unexceptionable features of life for most of human history. But, today, they are rare to nonexistent in the West, far less common elsewhere than they used to be, concealed when they do occur, and widely condemned when they are brought to light.”
~ Steven Pinker, A History of Violence.
The problem is; this idyllic interpretation doesn’t stand up to hard, tangible facts. The table below lists conflicts of the 20th Century and their number of victims, and is extracted from David Berlinski’s book, The Devil’s Delusion. The original table is 3-pages long, so I reduced it to mention only those conflicts with 1 million+ casualties.
Even with this limitation, the total number of deaths amounts to more than 177 million. In addition, Devil’s Delusion was published in 2008, so it doesn’t list the recent conflicts in countries like Iraq, Libya, Ukraine or Syria.
How do we reconcile the alleged progress with these millions of avoidable deaths? To maintain the illusion of “gentler and kinder” behavior, the authorities attempt to put a positive spin on wars, labeling them, “war for peace”, “war for democracy”, “war against communism”, “war against terrorism”, etc.
But these wars have nothing to do with the misleading slogans. They killed millions of innocent people, they were unjust, and often led to regimes worse than the ones they replaced. Do you remember Iraq’s WMDs, 9/11 and Bin Laden conspiring from his remote Afghani cave, the attacks against Qaddafi and Assad while the leaders of Saudi Arabia and Qatar (two of the most regressive regimes in the world) are protected for decades, the snipers in Maidan, the bogus incident in the Gulf of Tonkin, the anthrax that was used to justify the first Iraq war, anthrax that actually came from Fort Detrick?
The 20th Century tells the story of millions of innocent people sacrificed by the authorities on the altar of greed, lies, propaganda and deception. The facts are here, they are stubborn, and they scream: “No, the authorities couldn’t care less about saving lives.”
The same applies to the humanitarian sphere. Hunger kills 9 million people every year. That’s 30 times more than SARS-CoV-2 and its alleged 365,000 deaths (the number of coronavirus deaths is being grossly exaggerated – we’ll deal with this point further down). It would cost between $7 and $249 billion to eradicate hunger. Meanwhile, the U.S. has already thrown more than $6 trillion at the coronavirus crisis. That is 24 times the highest estimate for the cost of eradicating hunger in the whole world.
The epidemiology sphere tells the same story. For decades, malaria has been killing about 500,000 people every year (mostly children) while cheap and effective drugs are available. Solving the malaria problem would cost about US$ 4 billion a year. In just 3 months, the US government has spent 1,500 times more on coronavirus than the cost of dealing with malaria.
In the same vein, every year the seasonal flu kills between 300,000 and 500,000 individuals without alarming the authorities whatsoever.
Obviously, the authorities don’t give a damn about the millions dying every year because of malaria, hunger or the flu. So why this sudden concern about allegedly “saving lives”? What is the true motive?
Authorities and Control
While the concern of the authorities for “saving lives” is dubious at best, their thirst for control is obvious. The past years revealed a staggering increase in CCTVs, speed-cameras, mass spying on citizens, tracking applications, access to personal phones and email data, increased use of subcutaneous microchips, biometric IDs, face-recognition technologies, endless airport “security” procedures, a ban on cash in the interest of financial tracking, etc. All these measures came with a proportional shrinking of personal liberties.
Surveillance is only part of the control agenda. Legal pressure is another aspect, through the proliferation of norms, regulations, treaties, laws, decrees, certifications and amendments enacted at local, state, federal and supranational levels, leading to the control of every detail of our lives. The EU is infamous for having enacted some of the most absurd regulations:
– a ban on ‘energy-inefficient’ hair dryers, toasters and kettles
– illegal for people to eat pet horses but they are still allowed to eat other types of horses
– children under 8 cannot blow up balloons
– ban on the sale of incandescent light bulbs because they were seen as not energy efficient enough
– Illegal to make Stilton cheese in the village of Stilton
– banned drink manufactures from claiming that water can prevent dehydration
Such regulations defy common sense and clearly are not in the interest of the “greater good,” which suggests that ultimately it’s about control for the sake of control.
Hand in hand with the legal pressure comes an overbearing bureaucracy manifesting in a multiplication of agencies requiring mountains of paper to simply own a house, a car, a gun, or a business….
The hypothesis according to which SARS-CoV-2 “escaped” from a lab seemed outlandish at first but gained traction over time because of some puzzling evidence. To the point that a number of mainstream media , ,  reports confirmed that US intelligence was investigating the possibility that the virus came from a laboratory.
Luc Montagnier is a retired French scientist. He received the 2008 Nobel Prize in medicine for his discovery of the HIV virus. Being a retired Nobel prize winner makes him less sensitive to various pressures (grant cancellation, bad press, and peer pressure). Unlike most of his colleagues, he can, and does, say what he thinks.
Montagnier described SARS-CoV-2 as a man-made “Frankenstein virus” combining various types of viruses. According to Montagnier, the Franken-virus was made from a natural coronavirus, coming from a bat, but to this model was added sequences very similar to HIV-1 and the parasite Plasmodium falciparum, which is responsible for malaria. This point might explain why hydroxychloroquin – an anti-malaria drug – is effective against SARS-CoV-2.
To the question: “Wasn’t the coronavirus natural?” Montagnier replied: “No, it was not natural, it was the work of professionals, of molecular biologists, it’s a very precise work, we could call it a watchmaker’s work“.
Montagnier’s claims about engineered insertions of HIV sequences in SARS-CoV-2 were confirmed by a paper titled “Uncanny similarity of unique inserts in the 2019-nCoV spike protein to HIV-1 gp120 and Gag,” which had to be retracted because of “too much pressure“.
Two other prominent virologists, namely Ruan Jishou of Nankai University and Li Huan from Huazhong University, came independently to the very same conclusion. In a paper published in the International Journal of Research sequences of HIV-1, HIV-2 and SIV were identified in the genome of SARS-CoV-2, leading the author to state that the virus had “synthetic origins”.
Judy Mikovits was a lab director at the U.S. National Cancer Institute, and was part of the team that was first to isolate the murine retrovirus XMRV. She also worked for several years at Fort Detrick, the U.S. Army’s most infamous bioweapons research lab. Mikovits is one of the few who has dared to denounce the vaccine scandal, for which she subsequently lost her career, her savings and her reputation. She publicly stated that, given the astounding number (1,200) of mutations between the new SARS-CoV-2 and the source bat virus, the former had to be engineered:
Interviewer: Do you believe that this virus [SARS-CoV-2] was created in the laboratory?
Mikovits: […] That cannot be naturally occurring. Somebody didn’t go to a market, get a bat, the virus didn’t jump directly to humans. That’s not how it works. That’s accelerated viral evolution. If it was a natural occurrence, it would take up to 800 years to occur.
Bruno Coutard is a researcher for IHU Méditerranée Infection, one the largest virus research facilities in the world. On April 2020, Coutard et al. published in Antiviral Research a detailed analysis of SARS-CoV-2:
“In 2019, a new coronavirus (2019-nCoV) infecting humans has emerged in Wuhan, China. Its genome has been sequenced and the genomic information promptly released. Despite a high similarity with the genome sequence of SARS-CoV and SARS-like CoVs, we identified a peculiar furin-like cleavage site in the spike protein of 2019-nCoV, lacking in the other SARS-like CoVs […] This furin-like cleavage site… may provide a gain-of-function to the 2019-nCoV for efficient spreading in the human population.”
In plain English, “gain-of-function” means “man-made”. According to Coutard, it is this man-made intervention that enabled a zoonotic (bat) virus to ‘jump’ to humans.
Professor of etiology at the National Taiwan University, Fang Chi-tai, has stated that SARS-CoV-2 was probably man-made. There are four more amino acids in the gene sequence of SARS-CoV-2 than in other coronaviruses. According to Fang, natural mutations of viruses will only result in small, singular changes, so it is suspicious to see a naturally mutated virus suddenly take on four amino acids. Those amino acids could have been artificially added to make viral transmission easier.
Czech molecular biologist Dr. Soňa Peková explained that SARS-CoV-2 was man-made because of its deeply modified “control room”:
“[…] massive gene changes and transcripts, insertions, deletions, and other complex changes in the magnitude of the RNA SARS-CoV-2 control room, if nature had created it chaotically and randomly, the virus would simply perish because it could not have functioned in an orderly manner.”
Norwegian scientist Birger Sorensen and Australian scientists in Adelaide and Melbourne came independently to the same conclusion: SARS-CoV-2 is man-made because a virus never before seen in humans before couldn’t be so perfectly adapted to humans:
“This is a new virus that has never been in humans before, but it has an extraordinarily high binding to human receptors, which is very surprising. It is almost perfectly human adapted, it couldn’t do any better.”
Artificial additions of HIV and malaria sequences, an engineered furin-like cleavage, amino acids added by design, a modified control room, extraordinary adaptation to humans. All these pieces of evidence point to a man-made virus. And, keep in mind that these are only the proofs brought forth by the few scientists who dared to speak up.
Engineered for What Purpose? …..
In addition, SARS-CoV-2 induces a wide range of neurological symptoms: slower-than-normal cognitive speeds, memory loss, impaired concentration, confusion, severe agitation, encephalitis, seizures, numbness, strokes, dizziness, cerebral venous sinus thrombosis, cerebral hemorrhage, headaches, loss of taste and loss of smell.
SARS also exhibits neurological effects, but their occurrence is rare (about 2.5%) and their range narrow. Between 8% and 24% of MERS carriers exhibit neurological symptoms, mostly confusion and seizures. Influenza also causes a few neurological symptoms (encephalopathy and seizure) in 5% of patients.
Published research has revealed that in enhanced brain MRIs performed on COVID-19 patients, frontotemporal hypoperfusion was noted in every single patient. It suggests that SARS-CoV-2 might particularly affect this specific region, for which the most frequent condition is called frontotemporal dementia, one of its main symptom being automatic obedience. Similarly, in healthy individuals subjected to Milgram-like experiments, the obedience to authorities is associated with lower activity in the frontotemporal region. Along the same line, when subjects are asked to make a decision with moral content, it is the temporal lobe that becomes active….
There’s a pattern of social control here ….