Hi Stranger - good for you and thanks for the video link.
I've just been taking a look at this government website - COVID-19 patents.
System and Method for Testing for COVID-19
Hmm how come Richard A Rothchild had a suitable test patented in 2015. Nothing fishy about that eh?
https://pubchem.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/#query ... tab=patent
But actually in my old job in the health service (where I got the data and processed it), we used to do work in relation to a non-existent pandemic FLU. It was as if they were preparing for it and every year we looked at the stats and wondered why on earth they were doing it because there was never any sign of this thing.
At one point the entire IT team was asked if (in the event of pandemic FLU (not COVID - FLU (guess they hadn't agreed on the word at that point), would we, the IT team be prepared to do hospital work? That left me thinking they wanted me to carry out surgery. But no, just running round doing stuff in a hospital camp they might set up out the back.
But why, why, why were they preparing for something that there was NEVER ANY SIGN OF? Year-on-year the stats followed a predictable pattern. Now if you take all that previous data and look at today's data - what actually will have happened to the flu figures? Will they have suddenly gone down. If so THAT JUST DOES NOT HAPPEN. But if you were counting apples and someone told you, "rename those apples pears" then, on paper, all your apples suddenly disappear and you have a lot of pears.
As I understand it, if the pandemic were not called a pandemic, there would be no right to roll out an experimental vaccine. GP surgeries get money for every injection they give. So regardless of whether or not their patients need it, the GPs are incentivized to get all their patients vaccinated.