The Corona Con
If we go back to work right now. If we open businesses straight away. Then we might still be able to salvage something. Life will not go back to normal but at least we will survive. People do not realize that the food supply chains will start to break down. It is already happening in the USA. Meat packing plants and abattoirs are shutting down. How strange is that? Covid seems to target meat workers?
WHAT?!— Nicky P (@cravecreative) April 23, 2020
What if I told you Cargill, Canada’s largest meat producing plants, teamed up w/Bill Gates, PETA, Virgin’s Richard Branson, the CEO of GE, Jack Welch, & Memphis Meat to destroy the livestock industry & put an end to meat consumption? Crazy right?https://t.co/up0kiK5ayl
The facts are this: COVID-19 is a real disease that sickens some, proves fatal to others, mostly the elderly — and does nothing to the vast majority.https://t.co/ROmzmz4sMm— Paulus Wyns (@PaulusWyns) April 30, 2020
It is quite clear that the virus was a planned event and that they are using it to bring in the Fourth Industrial Revolution “the internet of things” and huge societal changes.
To be honest, what has shocked me the most is not the utter wickedness of the oligarchs and their minions (even though their plans are horrendous) but the utter stupidity and somnolence of the general public. If there is one lesson that the oligarchs have learnt from this exercise is that you can make the public believe anything and do anything. When you lose your spirituality you can no longer recognize the truth. In the UK they have people standing in their doorways and clapping like seals to show their appreciation for the nurses. Meanwhile on the empty wards nurses are doing dance routines.
It is like a war zone in the hospitals
Is this supposed to be nurses dancing while carrying a dead body?— Tim Pool (@Timcast) April 29, 2020
Wtf is wrong with these people https://t.co/WWwT2ZqdZc
300k views says we are p*ssed off with dancing nurses. https://t.co/KmX4UJHmzX— Katie Hopkins (@KTHopkins) April 23, 2020
Why do so many NHS Nightingale hospitals remain empty? Some officials believe their Nightingale hospital may never have to treat a Covid-19 patient