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Coronavirus Cases, Deaths in Georgia Continue to Decline, Three Weeks After Re-opening

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posted on May, 16 2020 @ 08:47 PM
a reply to: Serdgiam

It's about BigTech being in bed with the WHO to a certain degree.

Here you have a credentialed epidemiologist who was censored off of YouTube for "disinformation" about COVID. Now if a credentialed epidemiologist with multiple degrees isn't qualified to render opinion on infectious disease, who is?

His crime was that his research led him away from the recommendations of the WHO, and YouTube is busy censoring anything and everything that dissents from the WHO. What's disturbing is that we know the WHO was bought out by China in all this, so directly or indirectly, our BigTech firms are enforcing China's preferred narrative on COVID via the WHO now.

Dr. Knut M. Wittkowski, former head of biostatistics, epidemiology and research design at Rockefeller University, says YouTube removed a video of him talking about the virus which had racked up more than 1.3 million views.

Wittkowski, 65, is a ferocious critic of the nation’s current steps to fight the coronavirus. He has derided social distancing, saying it only prolongs the virus’ existence and has attacked the current lockdown as mostly unnecessary.

Wittkowski, who holds two doctorates in computer science and medical biometry, believes the coronavirus should be allowed to achieve “herd immunity,” and that short of a vaccine the pandemic will only end after it has sufficiently spread through the population.

This is the guy they censored.

posted on May, 16 2020 @ 09:00 PM

Coronavirus Cases, Deaths in Georgia Continue to Decline, Three Weeks After Re-opening

We never really shut down.
At least not like most states.

posted on May, 16 2020 @ 09:23 PM
a reply to: ketsuko

I think we are starting to see just how incestuous these organizations have become.

Actually, this video shows the connections on the "health" side of things:

I figured these groups had connections with each other, but really didnt comprehend the situation. Kinda shilling her vids a bit, I suppose.. But even as a longtime fan, her vids have just been top notch recently. And frankly, I find the information rather disturbing.

Anyway, what concerns me is that there seem to be motives and goals here that are still largely unfulfilled. And, such big moves have been made that Im not sure "they" will just bide their time. Couple that with truly believing this has been organized around 2021 for years, and I feel its genuinely important to stop.

If I have to eat crow on it, and am just completely wrong.. I cant think of too many things that would make me happier!

But, none of this is the same narrative as it was even a few months ago. People have shifted along to completely different perspectives with the media's caress.

A part of me says that Wittkowski (Ive watched a couple interviews with him) is just another in a long line of censorship. A result of "science" being usurped by corporate marketing departments, but it feels different in the past year or so (and certainly in the past six months).

I guess Ive personally got some "crazy" ideas about everything, but even the surface-level, most mainstream stuff should have *everyone* taking pause. Literally just the stuff on mainstream media, mind you. But.. Its presented in a certain way and people are just gobbling it up.

So, cases/deaths are declining in Georgia. Great (seriously). But, none of that seems to actually matter when it comes to the motives and agendas that have been pursued all along. The narrative content just shifts accordingly, but the context remains the same. I swear they could just change all the words in a story on the local news to puppy hiccups, and it would get people talking about how horrible it is and how we must start vaccinations for "baby canine belly gas epidemic" with all due haste.

posted on May, 17 2020 @ 07:28 AM

originally posted by: Edumakated

originally posted by: Waterglass
a reply to: scraedtosleep

I don't believe the Chinese
I don't believe the WHO
I don't believe the CDC
I don't believe in the Bats and Fish Market story
I don't believe many politicians
I don't believe the USA MSM.

I do believe that something however is amiss here and its being pushed by the WHO and many among us.
I do believe in that something is fluid and ongoing that is directly affecting the National Security of the USA.
I do believe that it was a test.

I don't know whether a mistake was made or it was intentionally released.

Yeah, I absolutely don't believe we've been given the full story on this fiasco.

My theory is that this was some form of weaponized flu that accidentally (or maybe even intentionally) was released. The response by the Chinese initially belies this fact imho. The response by the US as well.

I don't think the US wants the public to know this was a weapon (or that the may have even had a hand in it's development). However, I also don't think government really knew / understood what kind of impact it might have in the general population which is why they over reacted with the shut down. Remember the coincidental arrest of the Harvard bio-chem professor with ties to WuHan University last fall.

The other thing that makes me think this is Trump. Love or hate him, Trump seems pretty rational. It is clear he didn't think this was a big deal earlier on and in light of data we have now, pretty sure he'd say this lockdown is bunk. I think he was presented with intelligence indicating it was a weapon and thus why he went along with the shut down all of a sudden.

Given the current data we have, there is no reason CA, IL, MI, NY are in full on lock down now. So I also wonder if this is in fact a political ploy to take advantage of this situation.

We went from buzz phrase "flattening the curve" to alleviate hospital over runs which never occured to now we have to stay in lock down till we have a cure. Completely moving the goal post. This isn't adding up.

For a situation that is hard to pinpoint, in this post, you just successfully collated all the thoughts about this that have been bubbling up to the surface in my mind!

posted on May, 17 2020 @ 07:50 AM
a reply to: Edumakated

Thing is that if this was eventually intended to be a weapon, it clearly wasn't ready for primetime.

And for that we should all be thankful. About the only thing they had right on it was its ability to infect. After that, it wasn't terribly lethal and they had no cure for it, and if you're going to unleash a true bio-weapon, I'd think both of those would be prerequisites.

posted on May, 18 2020 @ 08:07 AM

originally posted by: Waterglass
a reply to: musicismagic

Have you heard anything on this. Total silence across all of USA

Chinese researcher escorted from infectious disease lab amid RCMP investigation

I've had questions about this one since I began looking into the situation. That article is like others I have read with the same ambiguous details. From the available information and the wording of official statements, it leads me to believe it was intellectual property theft, likely along with a few stolen samples.

If these obvious Chi-Com agents got caught in Canada, it's reasonable to assume these agent's plans went badly and may have caused an accidental release. This could put the beginning of the outbreak in mid July with it's geographical origin any where from Canada to China and all points between.

posted on May, 20 2020 @ 09:57 AM

originally posted by: 0zzymand0s
a reply to: jrod


That would be an extraordinarily stupid move, considering how pronounced asymptomatic spread is with Covid19.

As I understand it, it's just for positive antibody tests, but I wouldn't put anything past the state.

Georgia’s COVID-19 positive rate is higher than what state reports. Here’s why.

In Georgia, residents tested for antibodies will be counted among the state’s total number of coronavirus tests, Nydam said.

But a positive antibody test by itself will not be added to the state’s list of confirmed cases. Instead, those who test positive for the antibodies will be listed by state officials as a probable case, said Nydam, who cited guidance from the CDC.

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