George Soros thinks that because he has been a good investor, he should be considered a philosopher and be allowed to run the world. He has said this in books and interviews. It is not an accident that countries have banned him – even Hungary, his country of birth. He works to consolidate money in the hands of a very few of his friends. He manipulates not only markets, but also elections and rebellions all over the world.
A NEW INITIATIVE CALLED STOP OPERATION SOROS (SOS), A MOVEMENT DEDICATED TO STOPPING THE EVIL OF BILLIONAIRE GLOBALIST, GEROGE SOROS, HAS NOW LAUNCHED.
The SOS founders called on citizens around the world to “fight against one-mindedness in the civil sector, which is devised and led by George Soros.”
The movement has been set up to expose the ‘subversive activities of all of George Soros’s organizations. Hungary has also taken to steps to clamp down on Soros funded organizations by banning them from the country.
RT.com reports: According to Nikola Srbov, a columnist for pro-government news portal Kurir and co-founder of SOS, Soros-funded NGOs have monopolized civil society in Macedonia and used their position to suppress dissenting views.
“We’ve witnessed the takeover of the entire civil sector and its abuse and instrumentalization to meet the goals of one political party. That is unacceptable and goes beyond the principles of civic organizing,” Srbov said at the press conference.
“The Open Society Foundation, operating under the Soros umbrella, used its funding and personnel to support violent processes in Macedonia. It has monopolized the civil society sector, pushing outside any organization which disagrees with the Soros ideology,” he stated…
And of the 27 U.S. deaths, 19 were nursing home patients with preexisting conditions. Stay hydrated. Try the glass of water with a teaspoon of baking soda trick. If it helped that 100-year-old lady – and her family – stay healthy during the 1918 flu, it might be good for you too! Well, you might also want to avoid big cities with lots of 5G installations, like those in Wuhan, China.
COVID-19: Spiraling Down… to Logic March 10, 2020 / 3 Comments If you are finding yourself spiraling over the coronavirus and recent events, you better hold on to your seats. The name of the game is fear, and you are right smack in the middle of its path. How you choose to let it impact you, is the choice between walking a tight rope or floating on a cloud with a bird’s-eye view. Imagine the beauty of being able to fly, coasting above it all, breathing in fresh air, while the turmoil swirls beneath you – and you are totally unaffected by it. Are you?…
Ask yourself these questions:
• Does fear make me feel better?
• Is panic helping me achieve anything?
• Am I able to control this worldwide issue?
• Is my stress having an effect on my family?
• Am I spending too much time spreading my fears to other people?
• Am I part of the problem?
• Do I focus more on negative than positive?
• Is there a way I can help others through this, instead of wallowing in my fear?
• Are there practical things I can do to make myself feel better or safer about all of this?
• Do I spend more time sharing my fears or sharing my love?
… One Chinese study wondered whether Asian people are more susceptible genetically to Coronavirus and SARS:
We also noticed that the only Asian donor (male) has a much higher ACE2-expressing cell ratio than white and African American donors (2.50% vs. 0.47% of all cells). This might explain the observation that the new Coronavirus pandemic and previous SARS-Cov pandemic are concentrated in the Asian area.
The study has no statistical significance, given that the sample size included only a handful of people with a single Asian victim, and such a small sample size is meaningless.
But the reference to ACE2 may be on the right track. Specifically, most scientists agree that both the Wuhan Coronavirus and the SARS virus which hit China in 2002-2003 attack the human body through the ACE2 receptor (short for “Angiotensin-converting enzyme-2”, which is an enzyme which plays a role in constriction of the lungs).
In this study, we analyzed four large-scale datasets of normal lung tissue to investigate the disparities related to race, age, gender and smoking status in ACE2 gene expression. No significant disparities in ACE2 gene expression were found between racial groups (Asian vs Caucasian), age groups (>60 vs <60) or gender groups (male vs female). However, we observed significantly higher ACE2 gene expression in smoker samples compared to nonsmoker samples. This indicates the smokers may be more susceptible to 2019-nCov and thus smoking history should be considered in identifying susceptible population and standardizing treatment regimen.
Could this could help to explain why Chinese men are more susceptible to Coronavirus than other people?
China is the world’s biggest consumer of cigarettes – one in three cigarettes smoked globally is in China – as well as the world’s biggest tobacco producer.
More than 300 million people – about a quarter of the population – smoke, with the average smoker consuming 22 cigarettes a day.
And it turns out that Chinese men smoke a lot more than Chinese women. For example, Gallup reported in 2005:
Smoking in China is overwhelmingly a male habit. At least two-thirds of all Chinese men (68%) smoke at least occasionally, and roughly half (49%) are regular smokers. In contrast, only 6% of women smoke regularly (3%) or occasionally (3%)….
A new study has warned that a third of all men currently under the age of 20 in China will eventually die prematurely [from lung cancer and other diseases other than Coronavirus] if they do not give up smoking.
And a shockingly high percentage of Chinese male doctors smoke as well:…
One teaspoon of baking soda in a glass of water, every morning before breakfast, she says might have been what saved her family’s lives… Everything happened at once: the FED, WWI, the 1918 flu, boll weevils…
Mrs. Boone, 100 year-old resident of Mobile, tells how her family was the only family in a small rural Alabama area that did not contract the flu during the 1918 flu outbreak. Mrs. Boone’s family all became responders in her community. Her parents become instant nurses and she delivered soup to the door of ill families.