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Most recent weekly talk by Alan where he provides his perspective on COVID-19 and related topics. He reads from Anticipations by H. G. Wells about the horrendous value system of the elite’s ideal society. Topics include Bill Gates, ID 2020, Event 201, the use of celebrities to control society, the use of constant fear. You may find his advice at the end encouraging and helpful about how to approach the lock down. He also mentions the lock-down scenario in The Pedestrian by Ray Bradbury. Alan’s point of view is interesting on the medical side of things as far as quarantine (the lack of air travel quarantine and cruise ship quarantine early on is significant), the susceptibility of different groups, and on the subject of antibiotics and how essential they are for these lung conditions, and how they are being suppressed or held back along with other treatments such as the use of antibodies from blood. (Possibly the theme of avoiding antibiotics in meat in recent years is another way to discourage meat-eating).
My feeling on the whole situation is that we can’t allow this tyranny to just take root and establish itself. I don’t see how it’s any kind of tolerable future. I think people have to make up their minds as soon as possible to not go along with certain things, like “taking the chip” (which he mentions at the end). I am concerned about possible vaccines or new medications also and what they might end up containing in terms of tracking technology. I don’t see why these things can’t happen rapidly.
To me, the overwhelming coordination of this intense propaganda is unacceptable, and people need to wake up to what it really is–an agenda. I don’t see how we avoid huge casualties if are kept in our homes for months with most of the economy shut down. Who survives and who doesn’t? Many people won’t survive this policy if it continues, starting with the most vulnerable–that’s the logic of not having enough resources. It is ridiculous that everyone is following the same instructions from some common global source.
I think it is urgent that we object to being kept in our homes and bullied and herded–and our rights and freedoms are being indefinitely suspended in effect (what was the point of having guaranteed rights and freedoms if they don’t get asserted in all situations–we need to assert them). A reasonable quarantine action would be to focus on protecting the elderly and that would be enough and it would be manageable. But it looks like these economically destructive and socially destructive policies are going to make the elderly more vulnerable to this and other illnesses. Nothing like this stay-home “social distancing” policies has been done to us before. Nobody would have dreamed of letting governments do this before. That’s my point of view. I think it would be best if as many people as possible speak up about the things that don’t make sense to them, even initiate lawsuits if they can do that, and take a chance on talking to others who are able to communicate to larger audiences–even political representatives and other types of formal channels, not just Internet social media.