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Is Coronavirus the Wrath of God?

John Martin, The Great Day of His Wrath, 1853.

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The epidemic began in Australia and spread from there to other countries.

I am referring to the panic buying of toilet paper.

Aussies were even brawling over it. Don’t bother to ask why, at least not if you are looking for a rational explanation. The virus doesn’t eat through Charmin. A clinical psychologist quoted by CNN states that people take extreme and sometimes irrational action when facing threats that are largely unknown, or when they hear “conflicting messages.” And the messages here certainly are conflicting.

President Trump has imposed a month-long ban on travel to and from Europe. The entire country of Italy is now basically quarantined. In Paris, the Louvre is shuttered. Universities around the US are closing for the foreseeable future. Airports are half empty. Conferences and concerts throughout the world have been canceled. Panic buying has emptied grocery store shelves. Pharmacies are completely out of hand sanitizer and rubbing alcohol. Surgical masks are nowhere to be found. New York City is reportedly ready to put convicts to work digging mass graves. There have been calls to cancel the Tokyo Olympics. And, just the other week, the stock market took its biggest hit in the last thirty years — bigger than 2008.

At the same time, we are being told the whole thing may just be overblown. A few days ago President Trump tweeted “So last year 37,000 Americans died from the common Flu. It averages between 27,000 and 70,000 per year. Nothing is shut down, life & the economy go on. At this moment there are 546 confirmed cases of CoronaVirus, with 22 deaths. Think about that!” New York Magazine called this a “terrifyingly ignorant” message. But is it? Conservative journalists have followed Trump’s lead. Steve Hilton of Fox News quoted a public health official as saying “Most people — more than 85% — will have mild or no symptoms.” Hilton advised against panic. Rush Limbaugh claimed that Coronavirus is being “weaponized” to “bring down Trump,” and compared it to the common cold.

So who’s right? It’s really hard to say.

All I know for certain is that the liberal media really is corrupt enough to deliberately exaggerate the danger of Coronavirus just to try to damage Trump in an election year. The primary objective would be to create economic chaos, which seems to already be happening. Trump seems to have decided to run for re-election almost entirely on economic good news, so the best way to hit him would be for the economy to tank prior to November. And we must also note the familiar pattern: the media and liberals simply oppose whatever Trump says and does. Because Trump has suggested that the threat of the virus may be overblown, naturally the Left must take the position that the virus is a huge threat and that Trump is dangerously irresponsible for downplaying it. As Paul Joseph Watson has pointed out, if Trump had hyped the danger of Corona, the media would call his response hysterical, and accuse him of planning to cancel the November election.

And we already know that the media is actively telling lies about Trump’s response to Corona. More than a week ago, several liberal news outlets reported that Trump had called Coronavirus “a hoax” at one of his rallies. In fact, Trump had labeled the Democrats’ attempts to politicize the virus a “hoax.” Despite the fact that this blatant lie was swiftly denounced, the Biden campaign created an entire TV ad out of it. The ad deceptively edits Trump’s remarks in such a fashion that he seems to say “Coronavirus . . . this is is their new hoax.” The Washington Post’s fact-checker column awarded the Biden campaign four Pinocchios for this ad, calling it “a false narrative that does not reflect the event as it occurred.” No kidding, the Washington Post said this. The Biden camp responded with an ad hominem attack against the President.

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We have reached a point where our politicians, our institutions, and our media now have zero credibility. It’s no wonder that some fanatical Trump supporters really do believe the whole epidemic is a hoax, designed to undermine their leader. Can anyone really blame them? No one trusts anything anymore. This is pretty problematic when your life is at stake and you desperately need to get the facts. But please don’t misunderstand me; I’m not just going after the liberals and the “liberal media.” We can’t really trust the “conservatives” and the handful of conservative news sources either. They perceive the threat to their President, and it is in their interest to downplay it.

For those of us on the Right (the real Right) I want to suggest that, unless you are over 70, this is a win-win situation for us.

Reports indicate that Corona has already peaked in China — over a month ago. China has just closed the last of sixteen makeshift hospitals erected in Wuhan to deal with the outbreak. The virus continues to be most dangerous for the elderly and those with preexisting conditions. By contrast, there have been zero deaths among children nine years old and younger. Further, spring is now arriving in the northern hemisphere and warm weather may bring an end to the epidemic. As the New York Post put it, “Almost all respiratory viruses hate warm and moist weather. That’s why flu dies out in America every year by May at the latest and probably why Latin America has reported only 25 coronavirus cases.”

In short, all this might well end not with a bang but with a whimper. As the realization sets in that we have overreacted, markets will recover, and life will go back to normal. But what will be the long-term effects?

I have seen the US face a few crises in my fifty years of life: Watergate, the Iran Hostage Crisis, several wars (I’ve lost count at this point), various hurricanes, floods, droughts, blizzards, and, of course, 9/11. But I have never seen anything like the hysteria that’s been generated by Corona.

People are truly terrified. If I am correct that this will not be the calamity it’s been hyped as, Americans are going to be angry. Corona hysteria will deepen the public’s distrust of the media, which is already at a historic low point. Perceptive Americans have already recognized that the media’s sensationalism is the root cause of panic buying, and they are getting angry.

It is also going to become crystal clear — perhaps even to “low-information voters” — how the Left has exploited this crisis as a means to undermine Trump in the runup to November. On March 10th, a CNN panel enthusiastically discussed the possibility that Corona hysteria could turn Americans against Trump and send them rushing back into the arms of the Establishment. Former Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang was on hand to state that “nothing makes you appreciate a functional government like a global pandemic.” He continued, “And we all know when Joe becomes our president, he’s going to bring back many of the Obama alums who are really, really competent and technocratic.”

This is the first time I have ever heard “technocratic” used in a non-pejorative sense.

On March 13th the Atlantic magazine proclaimed that “The Trump Presidency is Over”. (One wonders how many times they have already used this headline.) States Atlantic staff writer Peter Wehner:

Donald Trump is shrinking before our eyes. The coronavirus is quite likely to be the Trump presidency’s inflection point, when everything changed, when the bluster and ignorance and shallowness of America’s 45th president became undeniable, an empirical reality, as indisputable as the laws of science or a mathematical equation.

Wow. This guy has obviously been to college.

Elsewhere, liberals have openly celebrated the economic chaos brought on by Corona panic, despite the fact that millions of ordinary Americans have seen their retirement money nearly wiped out. This should not surprise us, as Leftists have been calling for a recession for some time now, as an effective way to damage Trump. Just a few months ago smug HBO host Bill Maher stated, “One way you get rid of Trump is by crashing the economy. So please, bring on the recession.” He went on to insist that he was not kidding, adding “it would be worth it.”

I predict, therefore, that when the panic subsides there will be a backlash against the media and the Left. This will be nothing new, just a deepening, as I have already said, of the resentment and distrust that has been festering for years. Trump will probably come out of the whole thing smelling like a rose, as he always does. Certainly, if the virus has run its course by May, as many medical experts are predicting, it will not be an issue in November. But I also foresee more profound and long-lasting consequences of the current panic.

There is something rather biblical about the whole thing, isn’t there? Throughout history, people have interpreted plagues as divine punishment. Almost always, they have been seen as brought on by moral or religious failings of the culture. We may laugh at the preachers and religious fanatics who think that Corona is punishment for gay marriage, but it’s actually good that people think this.

And I don’t believe you have to be particularly religious to have such feelings; there is something deeply hard-wired about this response. “What have we done? Why is this happening to us?” It’s not a rational response, but then again, 99% of human responses aren’t rational. I myself have been struggling in the last several weeks against a generalized anxiety, made acute by Corona, that seems to say “everything is collapsing; everything is falling down around my ears; the walls are closing in.”

There is, of course, no real connection between Corona and gay marriage or the transgender madness or the possibility that a man with dementia might be elected President of the United States. But it sure as hell feels like the chickens have come home to roost and God has decided to zap us, as he did with Sodom and Gomorrah and Egypt.

I would thus diagnose the intensity of the current panic as a direct result of the average American’s gnawing sense that the culture has gone off the rails and deserves to be wiped out by a plague. All those fat people fighting over toilet paper in Walmart are just so many guilty consciences, cowering on their commodes before an angry God.

Of course, in another, demonstrably rational sense, the chickens really have come home to roost. The speed at which Corona has spread all over the world is a direct result of globalism, open borders, and multiculturalism. Figuratively speaking, yes, we are being punished for all that bullshit. I predict that one of the immediate and long-lasting consequences of Corona will be that people all over the world will “hunker down.” As I have said, people have been genuinely terrified by this epidemic, and the memory of this will not easily fade. The globalist, multiculturalist policies that made it so easy for the virus to spread are going to be met with increased skepticism.

We are hardwired to be wary of those who are different from us, especially those who are ethnically different, which is the reason why multiculturalism destroys communities and trust. Expect these feelings of wariness and distrust to intensify. Expect also that the “social distancing” being encouraged by experts may have implications for foreign policy, and may translate into populist isolationism. The Corona panic will thus have the positive effect of strengthening nationalism and populism, and weakening Leftist globo-homo, multi-culti hegemony.

People are willing to put up with a lot of bullshit and even to parrot it, but things change when their lives and the lives of their loved ones are imperiled. Then they cry “Enough!” Expect that more and more ordinary people will become bolder about calling out the bullshit. And expect a Trump victory in November, since he is the only candidate who will be remotely in tune with the post-Corona nationalist-isolationist Zeitgeist.

The Left has seen all this coming, and in the last month they have issued repeated warnings against “Xenophobia” and even opined that the “real threat” of Corona is “racism.” China has even jumped on the bandwagon, intimating that perhaps the virus did not even originate in their country and that the idea that it did is “racism.” Now, Asians do not traffic in the language of “racism” at all; it is simply not a bugaboo for them, as they are solidly racist and see no problem with it. Thus, China’s use of this tactic is a clever and cynical way to try and exploit one of our greatest weaknesses — our obsession with avoiding “racism” at all costs.

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The World Health Organization, which ought to be devoted exclusively to saving our goddamn lives, has been busy for the last month calling on countries not to “profile” individuals as a result of concerns over the virus, as this could lead to certain people being “stigmatized.” But isn’t the primary way you arrest the spread of a contagion identifying (i.e., profiling) the people most likely to have it (e.g., visitors from China or Italy) and treating them differently? The EU has also announced that it will not institute any new border controls in response to the virus. Travelers arriving from Italy in other EU countries are apparently not even being screened.

In other words, it’s business as usual. In a recent column titled “Will the Coronavirus Kill the New World Order?”, Pat Buchanan asks “Would Merkel, today, invite a million Syrian refugees into Germany no matter the conditions under which they were living in Syria and Turkey?” And: “As for the ‘open borders’ crowd, do Democrats still believe that breaking into our country should no longer be a crime, and immigrants arriving illegally should be given free health care, a proposition to which all the Democratic debaters raised their hands?” The answer to both Buchanan’s questions is yes. These bastards would rather let millions die than abandon their ideology.

And we’ve seen that before somewhere, haven’t we? Of course, it’s not just a question of ideology: globalism has made an awful lot of people very rich and very powerful.

But the conclusion now seems inescapable that globalism is deadly. Things are so bad that Mexico is talking about closing its border with the US. This was something that liberals declared for years was “impossible.” But now it looks like it’s going to be done — not by the advanced, almighty, modern US, but by shithole Mexico itself. Secure borders = lives saved; open borders = death.

We saw this in the case of terrorism, but somehow it didn’t sink in. As London mayor Sadiq Kahn notoriously asserted, terrorism is “part and parcel” of living in a big city in the age of multiculturalism. Will they try the same answer with Corona? Are deadly outbreaks of killer viruses a small price to pay for the enrichment brought by diversity? Such outrageous claims went unchallenged in the past because no one wanted to seem like one of the bad people. After Corona, this garbage is going to be a much tougher sell.

Corona is also a wake-up call with respect to our reliance on foreign suppliers and manufacturers, especially the Chinese. It is absolute madness that we import more than 90% of our antibiotics from a hostile trading partner. And, in response to US criticism of how they have handled the epidemic, China has now threatened to cut off the supply of medicine and cast us “into the mighty sea of Coronavirus.” Understandably, the Chinese are worried that the epidemic could threaten their status as a global manufacturing hub.

What is even crazier is that, as Buchanan points out, the US has allowed China to develop a near-monopoly on rare earth minerals vital to the production of weapons for our national defense. The protectionist and “isolationist” policies Buchanan has been championing for decades were once dismissed as outmoded, backward-thinking crankery. Now they seem sweetly reasonable — and without those policies, we have no future. Expect more calls to bring manufacturing home; to become an independent and self-reliant nation again. The globalist ideal is dead, and Coronavirus has killed it.

An added bonus in all of this is that the elderly are the ones most vulnerable to the virus. And while I have no desire to see old people dying like flies, Corona will likely take out a fair number of the Boomer elite that have been running this country into the ground now for decades. Maybe Corona will even take out Sleepy Joe.

A friend of mine pointed out to me recently that it always seems to be the events no one predicted that play a decisive, game-changing role in history. Like the fall of the Soviet Union (which none of the academic Sovietologists saw coming) or the advent of the internet (which science fiction never managed to predict). This virus is just such a game-changer. Out of nowhere it has come to drive a few more nails into the coffins of globalism, multiculturalism, and progressivism. The future is xenophobia, isolation, secure borders, and protectionism — all of those good things. Is Coronavirus really the wrath of God?

If so, God is clearly a nationalist.



  1. Vauquelin
    Posted March 16, 2020 at 5:40 am | Permalink

    No matter how you look at it, this crisis was worsened by open borders and globalism. No ifs, ands or buts about it. The people know this and ultimately they realize that, no matter how hard the American media is trying to blame Trump, Democrats would have been just as bad at containing this virus, and probably worse. It was only a month ago when the Jew Schumer castigated Trump’s restriction of China travel as “xenophobic” – and now it seems to have been “insufficient.” The hypocrisy never fails to anger.

  2. McCauley
    Posted March 16, 2020 at 7:22 am | Permalink

    Great to see the wrench of Covid-19 thrown into the globalist gears, the “business-as-usual” attitude grinding to a halt. Politically, I would think this crisis will help Trump. Voters are more sympathetic while in crisis. Like Bush’s approval rating after 9/11.

    But if anything the virus has lifted the veil for a lot of people. Seeing empty store shelves has hit a primal nerve. I think going forward people will be less afraid of being accused of racism or xenophobia.

    On a related note, does anyone remember that Italian/Swiss guy who wrote a book on prepping ? I can’t remember his name or find his book.

    • Jules
      Posted March 16, 2020 at 11:19 am | Permalink

      You may be referring to Piero San Giorgio.

  3. Posted March 16, 2020 at 7:36 am | Permalink

    I had a feeling that something might conveniently happen to the economy prior to the election. In this case, it was a genuinely unforeseen event, but it’s shocking to hear that some had the audacity to admit that this is exactly what they wanted. The problem for them is that it’s going to be hard for them to “prove” that The Donald caused it. I see that they’re trying their best already.

  4. Ryan Andrews
    Posted March 16, 2020 at 8:04 am | Permalink

    As we watch economic activity grind to a halt, for who knows how long—Dr. Fauci, the government’s point man on the crisis, tells us to expect it to last for at least a few months, I wonder if we would not have been better-off totally sealing the border, and instituting a fourteen day (near) total lock-down, and then getting back to normal. Yes, the economy, and life, would still be hampered by the lack of foreign trade, but the domestic economy is no small thing. And, for the most part, day-to-day life would return to normal—restaurants would reopen (probably minus some menu items), shops would reopen, theaters would reopen, etc. Maybe I’m missing something, but to me this seems like a better option than the prolonged slough we seem to be entering.

  5. Adrian
    Posted March 16, 2020 at 8:18 am | Permalink

    Just been riding my bike round a park in South London. It’s a lovely day. I was hoping that the place would be deserted what with all the panicky news stories and exhortations to self-isolate, but no such luck. Loads of people out with their kids and their dogs and….other life forms which proliferate in the inner cities. Not a face mask in sight, didn’t see anyone rubbing gel on their hands. Yawn.

  6. ronehjr
    Posted March 16, 2020 at 8:29 am | Permalink

    “There is, of course, no real connection between Corona and gay marriage or the transgender madness or the possibility that a man with dementia might be elected President of the United States.”

    If we are too stupid to figure out the basics, we are certainly to stupid to handle corona-chan.

  7. Stronza
    Posted March 16, 2020 at 8:54 am | Permalink

    It’s not the virus, it’s belief in the virus, that is causing the meltdown. Probably to cover up a long-awaited financial bubble burst. “See? The Corona Virus is the cause!”

    Viruses/germs etc. don’t kill anyone worthy of life. Why would the universe (God) do this.

    • Mike Ricci
      Posted March 16, 2020 at 3:38 pm | Permalink

      Nice White societies don’t need this sort of thinking.

      • Stronza
        Posted March 17, 2020 at 9:58 am | Permalink

        What sort of thinking? And are there any nice white societies left anyway?

        Nature wins out – always, without exception. It doesn’t care about nice people; it cares about smart ones.

  8. Vehmgericht
    Posted March 16, 2020 at 8:57 am | Permalink

    The liberal press will already have its rejoinders prepped, something like this:

    First of all, it is ‘vile’ and ‘toxic’ (the adjectives of choice when alluding to right-of-centre positions) to use the pandemic for political ends, let alone to suggest that the moral imperative of Open Borders has been called into question.

    The crisis has shown that we live in an interconnected world where no nation can isolate itself from the vulnerable and oppressed. If anything we need more globalisation, not less: not only to spawn more refugee doctors, engineers and microbiologists but to fight together the greater challenge of Climate Change.

    If there is an upside to tens of thousands of mostly older people dying in European nations it is that a rising diverse electorate will be empowered to cast aside the frameworks of deeply entrenched patriarchy and racism that have been exposed by the virus and begin forge inclusive societies where people, of all hues and genders, are put before privilege and profit.

    • Alexandra O.
      Posted March 16, 2020 at 12:35 pm | Permalink

      Oh, yes — everything you wrote is exactly the outlook of the Left. I imagine they’re dancing around the maypole every time a White senior dies anywhere. Myself, I will start dancing when this virus makes a significant dent in the most densely populated continent, with a population of 1.6 BILLION of mostly useless eaters, which shall remain unnamed.

      • Vehmgericht
        Posted March 17, 2020 at 5:27 am | Permalink

        Indeed arse-covering Op-eds by globalists fearful for their lucrative sinecures have started to appear. Here is Catherine Fieschi popping up in the dear old Guardian to bleat that ‘populist leaders’ may weaponise the pandemic to undo all the progress she and her fiends have achieved over the past few decades.(*)

        Fieschi is the author of a new book Populocracy which exposes the perils of allowing such populist strongmen to seduce the electorate, dullards that they are. Needless to say the book was ecstatically received in the usual places. Formerly ‘chair’ of the elite left-liberal think-tank (the ironically-named) Demos Fieschi now serves as trustee of the Institute of Jewish Policy Research. And of course she holds down numerous other journalistic and advisory roles.

        In view of her moral and professional standing, then, it is incumbent on us all in these difficult times to heed her warnings with the utmost gravitas.

        (*) A rhetorical trope: any counterpoint or confounding evidence can dismissed by protesting that it has been ‘weaponised’.

  9. Amas
    Posted March 16, 2020 at 9:22 am | Permalink

    “Wow. This guy has obviously been to college.”

    Burn! Great article with lots of food for thought.

  10. R.E.
    Posted March 16, 2020 at 11:06 am | Permalink

    ” The future is xenophobia, isolation, secure borders, and protectionism ”

    Excellent. Can’t wait.

  11. HamburgerToday
    Posted March 16, 2020 at 11:18 am | Permalink

    The media is pumping toxic information effluent into the human environment. There are some people that accept what they are told by media, enough people, in fact, to be a hazard to the rest of us. The media is trying to work a black magic ritual to associate POTUS DJT with ‘death’ such that the thought POTUS DJT will induce some people to mindless terror. This time reminds me of 9/11, when a huge number of people experienced free-floating anxiety for extended periods of time and could not sleep because of the making manifest the demon of ‘terrorism’ via stopping air flights and the constant focus on NYC. However, no one wanted to bring down GWB, they just wanted to destroy the rights of Americans via the PATRIOT Act. This time, however, they want to destroy the ability of the President to government because of some of the positions that DJT has taken on trade and immigration that are going to cost some people a lot of money.

  12. rhondda
    Posted March 16, 2020 at 11:29 am | Permalink

    Canada just shut it borders to all non-residents, except Americans. The latter because you know our countries are integrated. Say what? Well, economically Trudeau added. When pressed further, he said the situation is evolving. Personally, I think it is a created situation that is unfolding over time. But I am just a dumb broad, so what do I know.

  13. Digital Samizdat
    Posted March 16, 2020 at 12:15 pm | Permalink

    We saw this in the case of terrorism, but somehow it didn’t sink in. As London mayor Sadiq Kahn notoriously asserted, terrorism is “part and parcel” of living in a big city in the age of multiculturalism. Will they try the same answer with Corona? Are deadly outbreaks of killer viruses a small price to pay for the enrichment brought by diversity? Such outrageous claims went unchallenged in the past because no one wanted to seem like one of the bad people. After Corona, this garbage is going to be a much tougher sell.

    So true. What’s interesting here, though, is that the British government actually does seem ready to take a low-key approach to the Corona virus as well. The latest is that they plan to forgo quarantines in order to build up ‘herd immunity’ against future outbreaks of the virus. Pretty gutsy approach! I’ll be curious to see how well it works.

  14. James Dunphy
    Posted March 16, 2020 at 3:31 pm | Permalink

    “Trump seems to have decided to run for re-election almost entirely on economic good news, so the best way to hit him would be for the economy to tank prior to November.”

    The fundamentals of the economy were bad. There was a huge bubble, and Corona was merely the trigger for it popping, which was inevitable.

    The virus of course is bad, but the economic meltdown is good. Stress makes people more tribal yet more open to new ideas to help explain the collapse of the system. We need to take control of the narrative and tell people that mass immigration of non-whites is worse than Corona, because it truly is.

  15. James D
    Posted March 16, 2020 at 4:05 pm | Permalink

    I know Greg has said that worse is not always better, and I agree with that, but people are too low IQ to care about the common good and too consumed with survival in this rotten economic system to have the concern or resources necessary to have long term entryist strategies. A total reset seems optimal. I regret everyone who will be harmed by the virus, but as the main economic institution falters and as civic ones do too, there is a vacuum to fill, and this is an opportunity.

    I don’t know what the impact will be on Trump, but Biden may end up being not much different.

    • karsten
      Posted March 16, 2020 at 5:34 pm | Permalink

      That’s insane. Did you even hear the last debate? Biden’s position, and that of the Dems, is full-on open borders, amnesty, reparations — and that’s just for starters.

      Think the racial replacement of whites on steroids.

      You think it’s been bad under Trump? It would be a thousand times worse under the Dems.

      • James Dunphy
        Posted March 17, 2020 at 3:12 am | Permalink

        I am voting for Trump, and it would be better if he wins, but we should be open to the possibilities a crashing market may open up.

        For one thing, most American gathering places are for-profit institutions. As they recede in the form of the retail apocalypse and possible recession, perhaps we can create new institutions conducive to our way of thinking.

        Maybe a website could synthesize our individual genetic data with life history to pair us up with people who get along better with us than anyone in the country. Imagine all the people in the country who could be another best friend who we never meet because of boundaries of distance. I guarantee most of our most optimal friends are white– perhaps 90%-95%. Tying them all together would be the tough but perhaps fun part.

  16. Lucas
    Posted March 16, 2020 at 5:37 pm | Permalink

    Coronavirus is the wrath of the Gods against the Hydra of the Demiurge (Global capitalism).

  17. Comtaose
    Posted March 16, 2020 at 7:03 pm | Permalink

    This is a great article, both insightful and prescient, and very thought-provoking. While I tend to agree with Jef that the Corona Scourage will serve to reawaken the Western public and Whites in particular to their healthy primal instincts of anti-globalization and community defense and thus benefit our cause, I also agree it is, at present, in the interest and political advantage of the Democrats and leftist liberals to exploit the turmoil and particularly its economic ramifications to blame President Trump and damage his reelection hope, which Jef has extensively related about.

    Along that line of logic, and considering the fact that China extremely fears Trump and hates his marrow, regarding his Presidency as perhaps the largest stumbling block for its own ambition toward global hegemony and world domination due to his unprecedented tough stance on trade negotiations, tariff, intellectual property theft, esponage, cyber sabotage, and other means of predatory trade and acts of subversion and infiltration of America, it is highly conceivable that the ChiCom regime had premeditatedly and deliberately concocted his virus in its lab, which acoording to biological experts, bears notable features of artificial synthesization, and then smuggled it into America in order to stick it to Trump, throw a big wrench into this reelection effort, and to disgrace and demolish him in a burning sense of malice and vengefulness. In addition, in view of Trump being the archenemy of both ChiCom and the Democratic Party, the two might be working hand-in-glove to overthrow him.

    As to the fact that the self-generated overflowing shit hit the fan of China itself and caused tens of thousands of civilian deaths in Chinese society, the regime that had killed tens of millions of its own people in the peace time since 1950s, simply didn’t give a hoot about that and considers it a collateral damage and well acceptable price to pay in order to engineer the downfall of Trump. As to this raging coronavirus pandemic itself, I’d also like to highlight three pieces of relevant and revealing information.

    First, Taiwan, the fiercely independent, free, and democratic small island state that has long been considered by China as a renegade province to be taken back by force if necessary, and constantly bullied and blocked from joining international organizations such as UN and WHO, is currently the best performer in the whole world in terms of countering and containing the spread of the virus, due to the openness, transparency, and efficiency of their political and social system.

    Second, turgid, inept, feckless, and corrupt international organizations such as WHO not only are being unhelpful, but indeed doing a great disservice and making themselves a liability in the effort of containing and combating the coronavirus, mainly because, let me point out this candidly, they were tainted by the dirty Chinese money and were busy shielding and shilling for Chinese government, thus slowing down the response mechanism and wasting precious time in the critical work of global alert and response. The current head of WHO, who is verifiably in the Chinese pocket and has been given the nickname “Party Secretary Tan” by enlightened Chinese netizens, is an adamant apologist for the Chinese government. He is such a clownish sycophant and driveller with severe dereliction of duty that he is being called to step down by hundreds of thousands of people around the world signing petitions to have him investigated and replaced.

    Third, at present, the Chinese government, to deflect widespread attention from both domestic and international acute criticism in a desperate last-ditch effort to save its face and avert further damage and messy ramifications on itself, has gone so far as to officially claim that the coronavirus was secretly shipped into China by American government, being planted by US soldiers and/or CIA agents in the last November’s World Military Sports Tournament held in Wuhan, the origin and epicenter of the coronavirus outbreak. This is of course an utterly baseless and unfounded accusation, and its absurdity and shamelessness are simply flabbergasting, which reveall just how scared and desperate the current Chinese regime has become from both domestic disquiet and international distrust.

  18. Robert Dolan
    Posted March 16, 2020 at 10:10 pm | Permalink

    Very mean spirited to desire the death of “boomers,” especially because boomers are NOT in command of any control point in the west….those positions were filled long ago by the small hats.
    To call the deaths of boomers an “added bonus” actually goes beyond mean spirited and enters the dark realm.
    Both TRS and the Daily Stormer trade in the same kind of hateful bullshit in regards to older people.
    It’s really quite stunning that such a level of evil stupidity is accepted as a norm in the dissident right.
    No wonder that we have no funding behind us, because our “leaders” shit on the very people who are most likely to have access to funds.

    • Wanred
      Posted March 17, 2020 at 4:03 am | Permalink

      The article said boomer “elite”, not boomers in general.

  19. Razvan
    Posted March 17, 2020 at 12:21 am | Permalink

    Take care at details, because they can derail an otherwise very good article.

    “The EU has also announced that it will not institute any new border controls in response to the virus. Travelers arriving from Italy in other EU countries are apparently not even being screened.”
    Otherwise von der Leyen is a lady and a doctor and understands way better than the idiot negro puppet of WHO. WHO is kept prisoner by the Chinese communists so the idiotic policies advertised by them are to serve the China and Africa. With the maximum destruction in Europe and America.
    Also, in Romania, all Romanians coming from Italy and Spain were screened from 2 weeks ago.

  20. Hippocrates
    Posted March 17, 2020 at 3:45 am | Permalink

    On COVID-19, Trump, the Deep State, the Davos Set, patents and vaccines:

  21. Posted March 17, 2020 at 4:11 am | Permalink

    Either Aryans will overcome their prejudice against genocide or self-exterminate.

  22. threestars
    Posted March 17, 2020 at 2:09 pm | Permalink

    or the advent of the internet (which science fiction never managed to predict)

    Ender’s Game

  23. Achilles Wannabe
    Posted March 17, 2020 at 11:53 pm | Permalink

    So the Corona virus scare hoax of the left will self destruct by the election and save Trump from the fact that he didn’t do much of what he campaigned on but did a lot for rich people, the MIC and the Jews huh?

    Well think I read somewhere that viruses like Corona tend to be highly mutational. They come in phases of virulence The great flue pandemic of 1918 had an initial soft landing
    in the Spring, disappeared in the summer warmth and then, after everybody went back to work or the Zionist Jew engineered war, reappeared in the fall to kill more Americans than died in both world wars. If that happens with Corona what is that going to do for our lesser evils President who as Jeff tells us emerges from these left generated phony controversies “smelling like a rose” ? Never mind that SOME of us WN’s think Semophile, Zionist, Capitalist Trump stinks to high heaven and always has.

  24. Achilles Wannabe
    Posted March 18, 2020 at 1:08 am | Permalink

    At this moment there are 546 confirmed cases of CoronaVirus, with 22 deaths. Think about that!”

    I think what I need to know is the rate of contagion because this death rate looks like it might exceed the American death rate during Pandemic of 1918 and nobody brushes that one off.
    I don’t mean to rain on people who are celebrating the Corona event’s potential for hurting globalism. I am all down with that. But it seems like there is a certain lurking optimism on the part of some WN’s about the actual current Corona incidence and virulence. I wonder if this shoot from the hip optimism isn’t just glorified Trumpism. I think we should wait and see about Corona. Of course the globalist media is working the Corona Street but you know that thing about the broken clock……

  25. London calling
    Posted March 18, 2020 at 1:32 am | Permalink

    In my local store the shelves are now devoid of: toilet paper, cleaning bleach, soap, tins of baked beans, tins of fish, potatoes, and the loaves of bread are getting scarce.

    Meantime Prime Minister Boris Johnson, like US President Donald Trump, is calling in vain for calm.

    If the US Federal Reserve Bank were to create seven hundred billion rolls of toilet paper, that would be very useful.

    P.S. You can see why they are cancelling elections over here.

  26. Posted March 18, 2020 at 1:35 am | Permalink

    The media has cried wolf for so long, that now nobody believes it when there’s an actual wolf bearing down on us. It doesn’t help that they’re making the wolf out to have laser eyes and mustard gas farts, but yes, there is a wolf and yes, it is out to eat us.

  27. Old Timer
    Posted March 19, 2020 at 6:08 am | Permalink

    “While I tend to agree with Jef that the Corona Scourage will serve to reawaken the Western public and Whites in particular…”

    When the first Darkies started migrating to Britain (sixty years ago), I thought to myself that this immigration won’t be permitted to continue; when the mugging attacks first started (forty years ago) in the inner areas of our major cities, I thought to myself, the Authorities will soon clamp down on the muggers….; when the Islamists started bombing pop concerts, etc. in Britain, I thought to myself,… but then the Pakistani mayor of London told us that this was the “new normalcy”; and I thought to myself, well wait till the next elections, Sadique Khan and you will be thrown out of office,…but now our Prime Minister, BoJo Johnson, has just announced that all elections have been cancelled….

    Does this leave me whistling Dixie ?

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