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Covid scamdemic setting up world for massive famines

Discussion in 'News & Current Events' started by Scott Downey, Nov 22, 2020 at 8:33 AM.

  1. Scott Downey

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    Several weeks ago I commented to the checkout guy that the shelves were looking pretty bare again at walmart, he replied that he thought it was due to poor stocking. I thought his comment was strange. Meanwhile, people are posting pics of their stocked pantries on fb, & hunting deer like mad dogs around me. The Amish will have 3 at a time hanging for processing. Don’t know if any here are prepper inclined, but, you may want to read the story of the Three Little Pigs to the kids once again. Classics never go out of style, heh.

    It’s all by globalist design, isn’t it?! Currencies may go digital. No cash. All control. Wonder what would happen to the gold price then..........Good thing we have a lot of time on our hands right now to ponder the future.
     
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    Good questions!

    The first lockdown was designed to slow the spread of a new disease that we knew little about.
    The lockdown was designed to slow the spread of a highly transmittable and highly deadly disease.
    The lockdown was successful in keeping the numbers of those hospitalized low enough to be manageable in most locales.

    Currently, if you look at the numbers, we are in the midst of an upsurge in transmission, a spike in those catching the virus.

    Our knowledge of how to treat the virus has improved greatly. We have found that the virus is highly transmittable. But not as deadly as first thought. So fewer people are dying yet hospitals are once again being overrun with large numbers of virus victims seeking care.
    Medical personnel are being overtaxed and fatigue is setting in (the nurses at my local hospital are currently on strike over conditions).

    This time the recommended quarantine is to reduce the spread by encouraging responsible behavior.

    Ignorance and complacency can be deadly.

    Rob
     
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    I posted the image because it was funny with a thread of truth to it. There needs to be a better plan than shutdowns. High risk persons need to assume some responsibility for their own personal well-being and not demand that the entire nation suffer. If everyone would consider boosting their own immune systems with vitamins C, D3, and zinc, the pandemic would be lessened. Maybe if churches and charity organizations could offer vitamin supplements to the high risk and needy families, just as they do food and clothing, there could be some improvement.
    When I tested positive, the doctor just recommended vitamins C and D3, and zinc. Prescribed no meds.
     
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    yeah, meds are only needed when you get severe symptoms. Or maybe when regeneron is fully approved given to those at high risk.
     
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