Let us just consider statistics from just two countries:
In the USA, by the 16th March the number of deaths from the virus was 68. Think about this, not emotionally, not with a knee-jerk reaction, not as you watch the faces of TV news readers who use their facial expressions and their voices to promote anxiety. 68 people, out of a US population (rounded off) of 300 million. Think about this absolutely minuscule number for a moment. Yet cancer caused the deaths of 606 000 Americans in 2019 alone. And over 33000 Americans die in car accidents every single year. In fact, the number of deaths in the US from car accidents far exceeds the number of deaths from the coronavirus worldwide.
In South Africa, by the 20th March there were 202 cases of people infected. Number of deaths by that date? Nil. So we will have to go by the number of infections, not deaths. 202 people infected, out of an approximate population of 57 million. Yet over 20 000 South Africans are murdered every single year! Which one, then, is the real plague? Which one is the real crisis?
In 2018, we are told, deaths from cancer in South Africa amounted to approximately 57000 people – a figure astronomically higher than the deaths from the coronavirus worldwide. As for road deaths, as far back as 2010 the figure was 31.9 per 100 000 people – again, a figure astronomically higher than coronavirus deaths worldwide. Yet people who are so panic-stricken over the statistically remote possibility of dying from the coronavirus get in their cars every single day – even though they stand an astronomically higher statistical chance of dying in a car accident than from the virus!
In fact, more people die in my country (and probably yours too) every single year from flu-related diseases than have died worldwide from the coronavirus. In South Africa we are told there are around 11000 fatal flu-associated illness episodes per year. 11000!
So what is going on?
The coronavirus is a made-in-China virus. There is solid evidence that it was created in a Chinese laboratory, to be used as a bioweapon. The only lab in China that handled advanced viruses like this was in Wuhan – the province where the outbreak started.
It was developed in a Chinese lab. And then it got loose. There are various theories as to how. It may have been deliberate, or it may have been accidental. At this stage it appears that accidental is more likely, for a number of reasons, such as the fact that China itself was affected first, which was very bad for China economically and politically. You don’t let loose a virus on your own people, as a general rule. China appeared to have nothing to gain and everything to lose by releasing the virus in China intentionally. The country took a massive economic hit as a result. For example, from 23 January to 4 February, over 54000 air flights from and within China were cancelled by 12 airlines. On 7 February it was acknowledged that 30 airlines had cancelled flights.
The Chinese government locked down and totally quarantined 23 major cities with a total population of 125 million people. This was the largest lockdown/quarantine in world history. All exits out of these cities were blocked off, and the military surrounded them with orders to shoot to kill anyone trying to escape. Dead bodies were being immediately taken to crematoriums, without funerals. No one was being buried. And a doctor in China who warned the world about the virus in December, and was silenced by the government, died on 6 February. An accident? Highly unlikely. All news about the virus was forbidden in China unless it came from official sources, with prison sentences of up to seven years being threatened for those who disobeyed.
All this would appear to indicate that, at least initially, China was extremely concerned about the virus. In all likelihood the Chinese government simply did not know, at that stage, how serious a threat it was, and was taking no chances. This would indicate that the virus was not released intentionally by China (although, being created as a bioweapon, it was created to be released eventually, when the time was right).
However, even if China had not planned to release it at this time, there are at least two other possibilities. One is that it was released intentionally by other “interested parties” who knew about it. And the other and more likely possibility is that once it was out, these “interested parties” (read: the internationalist powers that be who operate behind the governments of the world) simply took advantage of it for their own purposes of people control. Follow the money is always sound advice! But so is follow the power too!
There is something very strange in the fact that as recently as October 2019, the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security, the World Economic Forum, and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation hosted a fictional coronavirus exercise, called Event 21. It was a simulation of what an outbreak could look like. Johns Hopkins said, “Experts agree that it is only a matter of time before one of these epidemics becomes global – a pandemic with potentially catastrophic consequences.”
The simulation exercise revealed that the world was not adequately prepared for a real outbreak. And lo and behold, just a few short months later there is a coronavirus outbreak! As they say, timing is everything. In this case the timing is very suspicious indeed. It could have been purely coincidental – the very thing those organisations were warning could happen. But given the timing, do you really think that is likely?
And then there is the curious little fact that the American biopharmaceutical company, Gilead, actually applied for a Chinese patent on the use of the antiviral drug Remdesivir against conronaviruses, in 2016 already. And the Wuhan Institute of Virology in Wuhan province, China, applied for its own Chinese patent on a copy of the drug. There were people in China and the US (and doubtless elsewhere) who stood to make immense profits from any coronavirus outbreak. Pharmaceutical companies stand to make literally billions of dollars from this.