It may be the end of the world as we know it...And I write this with a sense of dread...

pawnstorm12 Sun, 03/22/2020 - 08:18
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I do not see an endgame to all this.

Presently they have 25% of Americans locked in their homes.

And they say it's only beginning.

And when state governors say that things like grocery stores and gas stations will stay open...

And other governors say banks will stay open...

And others say the Internet will stay open...

You might as well add "FOR NOW" onto the end of their statements.

Meaning there is no end to what can be shut down; Electricity?  Cell phone towers? Water?

Now, one of two things is going on here...

1. Either they all genuinely think they are doing the right thing for a virus that came out of nature or

2. They are in on some grand plan in which case it is a conspiracy of unimaginable proportions.

Here's the issue:

If the virus WAS made in a lab and released into the world, then those behind it can just ratchet it up until they make believers out of people (like me) who think that governments the world over are over-reacting and it's just another flu that will pass.

Then there would be no limit to the control they would have over us.

The world will be forced to comply with whatever it is they want which is probably a NEW-WORLD ORDER, ONE WORLD CURRENCY and ONE WORLD GIOVERNMENT.

And if there is an evil force behind this, they already have a vaccine for it and are protected, allowing them no end to the level of pain they can inflict before they achieve their agenda.

In the end I believe it has to do with money and banking.

"ALL WARS ARE BANKER WARS"

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Until ALL researchers agree that Covid-19 isn't a bioweapon, I'll continue to call BS on those scientists claiming it isn't one. Everybody knows the scientific community is compromised by grants and maybe Covid-19 will be nature's (mockery intended) way of finally culling the compromised scientific herd, politicians, and other repugnant groups. I couldn't care less about labels like xenophobia, rascism, etc. If it walks like a duck, talks like a duck (quack quakcery), then it must be a duck. Although unfortunate due to the high level of expected deaths around the USA and world, it's too late to contain this bioweapon. But the appearance of this tragic situation has exposed well-known flaws with our republic since the Civil War. We need to:

 

1. Vastly limit the federal government by rescinding the 16th, 17th, and 19th Amendments. Limit politicians to a maximum of 12 years in office which includes local, state, and federal.... only 12 years total.

2. Minimize reliance on the disastrous Spyphone (cell) and Spynet (Internet) technologies. These technologies are so poor that even load had to be minimized for them to function.... sheer garbage.

3. Mandate a strict port of entry like Ellis Island where ALL inbound flights must terminate for two weeks. Sorry for the inconvenience folks, but this current stupidty of allowing immediate entry into the USA MUST end. Build formidable barriers as well.

4.  Eliminate paper money and return to gold and silver coins. Oh, those filthy pieces of paper. At least coins can be rapidly disinfected.... ;)

5. Remove incentives for huge corporations like Wal-Mart which gobble up smaller, independent grocery stores that actually care about the communities in which they operate. Wal-Mart has delayed rationing critical items for at least 3 weeks with continual empty shelves...disgraceful. Even United Supermarkets was more responsible to local communities than Wal-Mart as Wal-Mart sucked profits out of local communities and left empy shelves in its wake. Bring back local IGAs as well.

6. Knee-jerk reaction by some state governments have severely impacted access to public WiFi as restaurants have closed lobbies and left WiFi in the dust. Thank God (really), we still have non-buffered radio, but can one find a landline telephone which is not IP-based anymore?

I'll add more consequences that need to be addressed as I think of them.