How many people get the flu each year? You know, the flu? Any flu?
Globally there are 9 million to 45 million reported flu cases each year, any flu, resulting in 140,000 – 810,000 hospitalizations and between 12,000 – 61,000 deaths annually. What about the US? According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC):
- 5% to 20% -- percent of the U.S. population will get the flu each year, any flu.
- 200,000 will be hospitalized each year.
- 8,200 to 20,000 die in the U.S. from flu-related causes each year, any flu.
- Every year 648,000 people in the U.S. develop infections during a hospital stay. 75,000 die! (Should hospitals be routinely quarantined as is being done?)
Subtract these numbers from the current story and where are we?
Global threat? Reported cases?
As of today, the coronavirus count is 109,836 “reported cases” and 3,805 deaths worldwide. Compare this 3,805 to the whopping 800,000 people who kill themselves (suicide) every year, one every 40 seconds. In 2018, 48,344 Americans died by suicide. Compare that to the 22 reported deaths in the US attributed to the coronavirus – that’s 22 out of 330,401,372 or 0.00000007%. Or, 22 of the 8,200 to 20,000 who will die this year anyway from the flu in the US, coronavirus or some other. Why don’t the 1.5 million children with autism in the United States generate the same corporate news coverage? Why isn’t autism considered a global health crisis? Where is the $8.3 billion to protect children from autism? Or the 65,200,686 children and adults in the good old USA, who suffer from one or more chronic diseases? Why aren't they considered a crisis?
And, as Dr. Tim O'Shea notes; the test they claim to use to identify this new bug, called PCR, is flawed, a theoretical estimate of microbial activity but not viruses themselves. Dr Kary Mullis, who won the Nobel prize for inventing PCR describes: “The tests can detect genetic sequences of viruses, but not viruses themselves.” Can’t identify viruses? Then, how do we know these 109,836 people have the same disease, let alone the same novel disease? Then compare the 109,836 ‘reported’ cases to the 9 million to 45 million flu cases that occur every year, any flu.
Please ask yourself: What hat are all these numbers coming from?
Consider that, coincidently, Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security, the World Economic Forum and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation sponsored a novel coronavirus pandemic preparedness exercise October 18, 2019, in New York called "Event 201," two months before the first case of the coronavirus was reported, fictitiously predicting a global death toll of 65 million people within a span of 18 months.
The new coronavirus responsible for NCIP had not yet been identified at the time of the simulation. The first case wasn't reported until two months later. Now, that is quite a coincidence!
Also consider that Dr. Paul Marik's intravenous vitamin C protocol for sepsis, or a similar protocol, is being used successfully in China and other parts of the world. The treatment has no side effects, is inexpensive, readily available and simple to administer. Before-after clinical study demonstrated that giving patients IV vitamin C with hydrocortisone and vitamin B1 for just two days - reduced mortality from 40% to 8.5%.
Why then, did the US Congress just authorize $8.3 Billion for a crisis flu solution when a proven, successful, inexpensive and readily available treatment has already been tested and is in use?
Like Pavlova’s dogs, all of us have been deeply conditioned to salivate when the bell rings.
This conditioning, not specific content, is the life-blood and driving-force
of corporate (which means for-profit) media.
Frighten the world - and then - follow the money.