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The Hong Kong flu (also known as 1968 flu pandemic) was a flu pandemic whose outbreak in 1968 and 1969 killed an estimated one million people all over the world.

Woodstock was a music festival held August 15–18, 1969, on Max Yasgur’s dairy farm in Bethel, New York,40 miles (65 km) southwest of Woodstock. Billed as “an Aquarian Exposition: 3 Days of Peace & Music” and alternatively referred to as the Bethel Rock Festival, it attracted an audience of more than 400,000. Thirty-two acts performed outdoors despite sporadic rain.

Social Distancing

Here is how that generation practiced “social distancing” during the pandemic.

 

 

Looks like those age of Aquarius hippies were not the wussies that youngsters are nowadays. Some of them might even be the granny or gramps that you are now so worried about. Looks like in those days they took their chances with the pandemic (and the drugs) and most survived into old age.

A bad flu man…..not groovy

Both the 1968-1969 flu and the 1918 Spanish flu were blamed on our feathered friends. They are all bird (or bat flu). One of the most studied of these pandemics was the 1918 Spanish Flu pandemic, which killed millions of people around the globe. The Spanish influenza pandemic actually started not in Spain but in the U.S. in early 1918. It was particularly associated with Naval bases and installations that were the first to install high-intensity radio communications.

Navy radio stations, which had higher powered signals than those sent out on the frontlines, were able to relay timely wartime news to vessels at sea. There was some experimentation with troop entertainment via radio transmission, too, with broadcasts aimed at Navy ships at sea and wounded sailors recovering in hospitals. It is telling that the U.S. Navy press sent its final dispatch of the war, announcing armistice on November 11, 1918, via radio transmission.
https://dp.la/exhibitions/radio-golden-age/radio-frontlines   See also the following BBC article on Radio:  World War One: How radio crackled into life in conflict

Of course, correlation is not causation but  the “Hong Kong flu” pandemic swept the globe about eight months after the first satellites in the earth’s Van Allen radiation belt became operational. Again, doctors noticed their patients dying of acute hemorrhages rather than the respiratory complications one would expect from complications of the flu. The Van Allen belts are the protective electrical shield around the earth. Never before had humankind been so unwise as to put radiation-emitting electrical devices directly into orbit around the earth. This may of course just be coincidence but ask yourself this – would anyone do proper testing during WW1 on the safety of radio communications?   They probably concluded since then that  electromagnetism does cause damage until the human body adapts. We have adapted to different levels of solar and cosmic radiation for thousands of years. However, the ever increasing load of electronic fog must stress our immune system (cancers and viruses etc). Perhaps they decided that it was a price worth paying for progress. You must make your own mind up.   Just because all airplanes have windows does not mean that the windows causes them to fly. Like I said, correlation is not causation but it is getting a bit suspicious. 

If however, the whole idea of viruses was based on toxic shock syndrome then this would be a damning indictment of big pharma and government for promoting vaccines and virology so that they could advance their technocratic agenda at the expense of health.

On electromagnetism and pandemics see the book “The Invisible Rainbow” by Arthur Firstenberg