We are in a very difficult time. I was out to get food this morning and it was depressing dealing with the new rules and how people, including myself, were behaving.
If people insist on going along, then it seems that these policies will continue. If the economy continues to be broken, and people are locked in their homes, feeling afraid and despondent, the consequences follow. This is what Agenda 21 was about (including Agenda 2030) and this is what “sustainable development” means and what Bill Gates talks about regularly now.
This is the entire planet under some group’s thumb–with every person and nation having to struggle with whatever problems would dominate their lives anyway plus new restrictions added to those–while being told in Orwellian fashion that they should only worry about COVID-19.
These policies are malevolent. It’s Easter, the churches are shut down for the first time ever, and the spring floods are coming soon, which affect many people in Canada in a hard way. What will happen?
I have seen signs of some people waking up but people need to make more noise now to try to stop this from going any further. The following information is just meant to inform those who are likely to care about the kind of value system we are losing. Those who don’t appreciate the old values of freedom, privacy and family independence are more likely sign up as enforcers.
At the March 30 WHO press conference, Dr. Michael Ryan, WHO’s Executive Director of the Health Emergencies Programme, was impressed with how they do things in Singapore:
. . . and the most likely person to become a case is someone who has been a significant contact of another case. And at the moment, in most parts of the world, due to lock-down, most of the transmission that’s actually happening in many countries now is happening in the household at family level. In some sense transmission has been taken off the streets and pushed back into family units. Now we need to go and look in families to find those people who may be sick and remove them and isolate them in a safe and dignified manner. . . .
I’ve started this segment at 49 min 49 sec, but you can start it earlier to see the context of his answer. His statement ends at 50 min 50 sec. Part of what he is talking about also is the use of surveillance apps with smart phones.
The whole press conference is at the WHO YouTube channel:
World Health Organization (WHO)
Originally broadcast live on 30 March 2020, the daily press briefing on coronavirus COVID-19, direct from WHO Headquarters, Geneva Switzerland with Dr Tedros WHO Director-General, Dr Micheal Ryan, Executive Director of the Health Emergencies Programme, and Dr Maria Van Kerkhove, Technical lead, WHO Health Emergencies Programme.