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You Are Not Going to Die of the Wuhanic Plague

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There is some good news even in today’s interesting times. One item is that you’re probably not going to perish from the Wuhanic Plague. Some of us already have figured it out. For the rest, the following may be of comfort.

What my doctor told me about COVID-19

This is what a real plague looks like.

I saw my doctor for a checkup, and I was curious about his perspectives on the new contagion that’s gripped the world. After all, he was at the front lines of all that. He said he’d only had to get one patient on a ventilator. For everyone else he’d seen with it, they weren’t all that bad off. They caught it and got over it like any other respiratory bug. Then I discussed some of the perspectives I had heard about it.

He agreed with my conclusion that COVID-19 is seldom fatal to anyone who already wasn’t badly ill from something else. (Such conditions include but aren’t necessarily limited to diabetes, lung disease, cancer, immunodeficiency, heart disease, hypertension, asthma, kidney disease, and GI/liver disease.) Although the virus may be a contributing factor to deaths related to those conditions, it’s unclear how many of them would’ve died anyway. Comparatively, remarkably few have died only of the virus with no other serious health problems.

He also confirmed that COVID-19 can be listed as a cause of death even if no testing for it had been done. He also said that diagnoses without testing have become common, because hospitals get subsidies for COVID-19 patients. That last one was a surprise. In that case, there’s a monetary incentive to misdiagnose patients. Other than the shady financial aspect, this is detrimental because patients might get treated unsuitably.

The disease mostly has run its course

On September 8, Ivor Cummins provided a persuasive analysis of the data thus far, shedding a lot of new light on things. If he’s right about all this, there’s a lot of important information that the public hasn’t been told. I’ll recap the highlights, along with my own take. First of all, he estimates that 80% of the public already has some degree of immunity to COVID-19, generally through exposure to similar viruses in the past. (There are several other coronaviruses, including the common cold.) Also, this behaves much like an influenza strain, and there are useful models for how flu seasons play out.

It did indeed cause a spike in fatalities, but the good news is that the worst is by far in the past. The regular flu was light this last winter, and many COVID-19 casualties might have been people who would’ve died from a flu season of average severity. In northern regions, it spreads quickly and then declines almost as quickly. As of now, it’s nearly gone from selected countries in Europe (Italy, Sweden, Ireland, and the UK). In Latin America (represented by Brazil and Peru), the spread was slower, but the disease is now in the decline. The USA is a hybrid model, given that there are both cold and warm regions.

In either case, the slowdown happened because a large fraction of the public caught it and recovered from it. Apparently many didn’t know they had been exposed to it. (I might have been an early case. I felt a little cruddy for a few days in January, but got over it quickly.) All this has increased herd immunity. Again, the decline has played out the way it does for annual flu outbreaks.

Other than that, the early predictions turned out to be vastly overestimated. Even with the fuzzy math, the figures are nowhere near what we were told it would be. Lately, some far more sensitive testing techniques have been put into place that cause the raw numbers to go up, but that doesn’t mean more people actually are getting sick. That will, however, flag people who caught it and recovered from it, or perhaps had traces of different coronaviruses such as the common cold. As we approach another winter, flu season will begin again with its own unique strains, but COVID-19 probably will get blamed for other types of illnesses.

Do lockdowns work?

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The first graphic shows the curves for confirmed casualties per million in Italy, Britain, Ireland, and Sweden. Note well, Sweden did not have a lockdown. Meanwhile, Britain did, to the extent of using drones to hassle people walking alone through the countryside and posing no potential threat to anyone. For what the flatter curve looks like in hot countries, the video shows at the 20-minute mark a comparison of Brazil, which had no lockdown, versus Peru, which had a “hard lockdown, military style.”

What can we learn from this? The graphs show that Sweden and Brazil actually did a little bit better than elsewhere in their continents. They took the bold step of rejecting lockdown measures, but did not get the catastrophically worse results that some predicted. If not for these examples, then lockdown proponents could claim that they’re saving the masses. This seems not to be the case. That much is a surprise. One would expect that there would’ve been at least some positive effect making it arguably justifiable, but if the conclusions from this evidence are correct, lockdowns didn’t help.

Perhaps a faster response in the early stages might have done something, but how much it would’ve helped — if at all — remains uncertain. From this, despite whatever good intentions there were, we can see that the lockdowns did little more than to inconvenience the public. I’ll speculate that perhaps COVID-19 spreads very efficiently via the airborne route, and that there were just no practical means of avoiding it. The mandatory masks, social distancing (a term I’ve come to loathe), hand sanitizer consumption sufficient to float a battleship, and all the rest of it likely could have done better against bacterial infection. Against this particular virus, these measures might have been less effective than expected.

The disease spread very rapidly despite extreme measures to control it. It seems that a bit of cloth over the face can stop viruses as well as underwear stops farts. If this had been the plague we were told it would be, then not only would we have known it by now, we would’ve been in deep trouble. Fortunately, for most people, it turned out to be little different from a bad flu. All told, members of risk groups still should remain vigilant, as well as those near them. For the rest, we can go back to worrying about other things instead.

Putting all this together, efforts to control the virus turned out to be ineffective, but the good news is that it’s almost entirely fizzled out despite obvious efforts to over-count the data. The problem is that things haven’t returned to normal. What’s the deal with that? Even though the disease has run its natural course for the most part, the FEAR FEAR FEAR business still is being pumped up by all the usual suspects. Most of the damage has been done already, but the fright peddlers aren’t telling us that. Instead, The Narrative goes on full speed ahead, even though it’s running almost entirely on fairy dust by now.

Note well, the public has been given some contradictory messages all throughout. At first, we were told that there was nothing to worry about. There certainly was no reason to shut down international travel. What — restrict the free flow of people and goods throughout our global economy? Why, we can’t have that, now can we? Instead, “racism” was the real problem. Leftist politicians in Italy even declared a “hug a Chinese” day. That worked out great, didn’t it?

Then as spring approached, The Narrative changed completely, seemingly overnight. The authorities had months to try to block the spread of COVID-19 outside of China, or otherwise prepare for its arrival. However, they did nothing until the moment they started running around like chickens with their heads chopped off. If one wants to interpret the data more cynically, they waited until the public started getting infected, and then used it as a pretext to roll out unprecedented extreme measures.

At first, it was “ten days to flatten the curve” — remember that one? Lockdowns keep getting extended with no end in sight, even though they didn’t work in the first place and certainly don’t make sense now. Last but not least in this dumpster fire are the unintentionally funny moments of politicians and media figures taking their masks off when they think the cameras stopped rolling. They broke kayfabe — how embarrassing!

Aftereffects and agendas

At this moment, it seems that the politicians are determined to hold us hostage until the vaccine comes out. The problem is that there’s little reason for it by now. The disease mainly has run its course, and new cases are tapering off into the bottom of the curve. Whatever comes out of the upcoming flu season probably will get blamed on COVID-19. Still, by now a significant fraction of the public realizes that they’re not at much risk of dying from the Chinese Bat Soup Pestilence.

There are, of course, some figures who won’t want to admit that the danger mostly has passed. The MSM does tend to play up any disaster — “if it bleeds, it leads” and all that. It’s certainly given the politicians a lot to talk about too. At least in the USA, there might have been less fuss if it hadn’t been in an election year. Moreover, at this point, one needn’t be too much of a cynic to wonder if some of them get their jollies by making the public jump through hoops. Finally, Big Pharma has been counting on making a lot of money selling vaccines for this. It would be costly as well as embarrassing to admit that they’re late to the party and there’s not much point to it now.

There’s been some other discussion of bundling security theater measures into vaccination. Any Big Tech companies involved in implementing them will stand to make quite a lot of money. Moreover, these measures would just so happen to make it all the easier to track the public, as if we weren’t monitored nine ways from Sunday already. If mandated, anyone who refuses might become a second-class citizen, or face worse penalties. Proposed measures have included immunity passports, cell phone apps for this purpose, even implantable markers, and of course the profoundly embarrassingly numbered House Bill 6666. Make what you will of all this, of course.

There have been some dramatic economic effects. I’ve made a killing in the stock market by successfully predicting the beginning and end of the panic. (I could’ve done even better if I’d been bolder about it, but I certainly don’t have a crystal ball.) Surely the high rollers who have better information than I do are swimming in gravy by now. Still, I really don’t like what this has done to the general public. Tens of millions of people are out of work. However, not everyone is suffering. Although untold numbers of Mom and Pop stores have closed forever, some major corporations have done quite well. The globalists turned a tidy profit, but small business has had a tremendous setback.

There’s even more at stake yet. Unnecessary lockdowns have set the public’s nerves on edge. Stir-craziness causing tensions to rise to the breaking point probably contributed to the George Floyd riots. This is the worst disorder that the USA has seen since the 1960s, all caused by a career criminal suffering a coronary from speedballing meth and fentanyl. That produced a new round of anti-white agitprop, guilt-tripping, and erasure of history. The usual suspects understand psychology, or at least have plenty of knowledgeable consultants. Would it be too cynical to say maybe they got exactly what they wanted? At the very least, if anyone wanted to study how much hassle it takes to make things start going badly awry, they have another data point.

The endgame?

What else is on the table? These types are well-practiced in the dialectic of manufactured crises. Sometimes it’s about something real (as is the case with COVID-19), but they’ll hype it up and milk the crisis for everything it is worth. The results generally involve more power, control, and centralization. Sometimes things like that trend toward an end goal of an unaccountable one-world government.

“The Great Reset” is a nicer term for plans to pull off a massive power grab with the Wuhanic Plague as its justification. They even have produced horribly cringe propaganda to make this out to be a good thing. (The cheerfulness layered over an evil agenda comes across like cat box nuggets sprinkled with powdered sugar.) Furthermore, it’s rather ironic since globalization significantly contributed to the problem in the first place.

Enough is enough. The way to defeat the fright peddlers begins with calling out The Agenda. Sunlight is the best disinfectant!

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  1. Reb Kittredge
    Posted September 16, 2020 at 4:38 am | Permalink

    My doctor told me precisely the same things way back on . . . let me see here . . . June 2. All of this was knowable early on.

  2. Bruno Bucciaratti
    Posted September 16, 2020 at 5:23 am | Permalink

    Turns out Andrew Anglin and ZMan were right all along…

  3. Vonhelvete
    Posted September 16, 2020 at 5:59 am | Permalink

    A well written summary of the flu-hoax. I wonder what Greg’s take on the whole thing is, now that the dust has settled.

  4. SRP
    Posted September 16, 2020 at 6:27 am | Permalink

    So hospitals are getting subsidies for covid? Well, that fits. What else would compel doctors to risk their licenses by falsifying death certificates?

    I am guessing that “natural” immunity (by surviving actual exposure) bestows the best personal immunity. Socially best also, by bestowing strong, wide immunity across the survivors in a population. Thus eugenic.

    I wonder if vaccination (artificially-induced immunity) and antibiotics are not actually long-term dysgenic. Maybe that is why we see uptrends in autistics and ideo-knuckleheads on streets and campuses these days; they might have been among those swept away by some childhood malady in an earlier time.

    In the bad old days, people died early or they died late. Look through any old graveyard to verify. A mother would have 8 children; 2 would survive to adulthood. The others died of childhood diseases. Heartbreaking, but how else can a population maintain its health other than to cull the weak?

    The surviving adults largely died at ages 75-95, comparable to today. Take the “average” age of death and you get 40-something, but this gives a misleading picture of what mortality was.

    • Stronza
      Posted September 16, 2020 at 9:49 pm | Permalink

      Thank you so much for understanding life expectancy numbers. You are one of the few who get it. The reality is that, centuries ago, plenty of people lived to a ripe old age. Figures lie and liars figure, so that’s why we are forever informed that, until a few generations ago, nobody lived past 35 years of age.

  5. Byzantium
    Posted September 16, 2020 at 6:37 am | Permalink

    You commented that Sweden didnt have a lockdown and the results were different but that can be explained by looking at diseases that affected Nordic Europeans in the past.

    Individuals who have homozygous OR heterozygous mutation in the CCR5 receptor have a certain immunity/resistance to the bubonic plague and also HIV. This CCR5 receptor is responsible for entry into cells and also is involved in inflammation, cancers, tumors, infections etc. etc etc.

    In plain English, the bubonic plague of the Middle Ages wiped out a large population that had those CCR5 receptors. So now theres people with 1 or 2 gene mutations that lack those receptors.

    No receptors = No HIV and resistance to other viruses or bacteria

    Basically, Europe has resistance to Covid and/or HIV due to genetic diversity in our populations and contact with previous pandemics.

    Northern Europeans and Slavic Countries have high resistance to HIV, retroviruses and other respiratory and/or blood inflammatory diseases.

    You can thank our ancestors for surviving and passing on those mutations that are helping us now. Nothing is just given, some of us perished for other Europeans to flourish.

    Its just sooo cringe when people try to discount or say that Covid19 dont exist because they are lazy, stupid or just ignorant about biochemistry and population genetics. Even worse when people compare or say that Covid19 is the same as the flu. The flu does not kill due to brain damage (meningitis), lungs destruction, inflammation and low O2, Covid does affect the entire body and including the reproductive system. Covid19 was found to have large reservoir of viruses in the testes of males, so in that sense its also an STD……

    The amount of lazy people in our movement is cringe.

  6. Amwolf
    Posted September 16, 2020 at 6:51 am | Permalink

    This “pandemic” has been a fraud since day one. While the virus is real, it’s been weaponized for self gain by the elite and globalists to smolder nationalist movements in addition to independently owned small businesses.

    The chess game is far from over as I believe that things will worsen — at least when it comes to the draconian nature of this “pandemic”. Why wouldn’t it…we’ve already witnessed the greatest transfer of wealth in history as the top 12 billionaires have profited nearly $1.25 trillion and the top five US-billionaires, who are all ardent globalists, profited hundreds of millions since spring. Meanwhile, it’s projected that one third of all small businesses could be permanently closed by the end of the year.

    Moreover, as we’ve witnessed over the last couple of months, the power grab has intensified. They won’t quit until total domination and submission of their opposition has been achieved.

  7. Alexandra O.
    Posted September 16, 2020 at 8:53 am | Permalink

    Please have mercy on those of us over 65, who still have a lot of life in us and a lot to give (including money from a lifetime of work and saving), but who have ‘underlying health problems’ — mine is COPD from 40 years living in the smog of Los Angeles. When you refuse wearing a mask and get a snoot full of ‘Wuhanic Plague’ — and I sure like your label for this horror — then you spread it invisibly to us, who might be passing by, close to you. Therefore, I am condemned to staying home indefinitely in my older years, maybe for years on end. I’ve made my peace with that scenario now, and spend my time in activities like this, which you can see. But the sooner we all follow the rules, the sooner we can get back to normal.

    As for billionaires profiting from the pandemic, I also noted the whirlwind in the markets, so I brushed up on my old ‘day trading’ skills, and pulled a hefty chunk of money out for myself. It didn’t last long as the market turned down recently, but if you have the sense to go with capitalism, instead of constantly ranting about how it’s harming the poor, then you will have money yourself — and ultimately for the poor and for the charities or causes you might want to help as well.

    • Buttercup
      Posted September 18, 2020 at 3:05 pm | Permalink

      Thank you for your sensible and compassionate comment.

    • Eichelhäher
      Posted September 26, 2020 at 1:36 pm | Permalink

      “then you spread it invisibly to us, who might be passing by, close to you. Therefore, I am condemned to staying home indefinitely in my older years, maybe for years on end… But the sooner we all follow the rules, the sooner we can get back to normal.”

      You seem to have completely succumbed to the fear porn. So much so that you even parrot the official rhetoric. So much so that you’re pleading – mentioning the money you can still give to demonstrate your value – to obey the system that, this time around, undoubtedly has only the purest intentions and our collective good in mind as you seem willing to believe. Does the information we have point to that conclusion?

      If you didn’t ignore all the available data, a lot of which was presented once more in the very article you commented on, you would realize that you are not more at risk of dying than from any other possible cause. You don’t stay home not to get struck by lightning, do you?

      Because that’s what it is about, probability. What are the odds of dying horribly from anything? If the sole existence of any threat to your life were enough to keep you at home, shouldn’t you have made that decision much earlier?

      I’m not optimistic about getting through to you since the article which at length made the same point, that the virus is just not that dangerous, not more than the flu, sure didn’t.
      Maybe just try to realize how much you are effectively a slave to those who control your emotions if you let your emotions control yourself.

  8. Razvan
    Posted September 16, 2020 at 10:03 am | Permalink

    You will not die from Wuhan plague until you do.

    People die from it, I knew two people who died from it, and yes it can affect the brain, not only the lungs.

    Some people may have it and even never know it, others may have pretty nasty symptoms and get over it. And few people simply die.

    Anyway, it was a good moment to break the globalism and stop or at least slow down the migrations. I am not capable to understand why the nationalists are defending the status quo. It raises questions. It looks like the nationalists are defending China and an economic system that serves China!

    Greg Johnson was RIGHT and Anglin was WRONG.

    • Corey
      Posted September 16, 2020 at 12:17 pm | Permalink

      What were the ages of the people whom you knew that died? From what I can find, the average age of death from Covid in the US is 80. The average life expectancy in the US is 78.5. What that is telling me is that the people dying of this virus were more than likely going to die of something in the very near future, this just happened to be it. I guess this information doesn’t make for very good sensationalist news coverage, though.

      • Razvan
        Posted September 16, 2020 at 1:32 pm | Permalink

        Under 40 and under 60. No serious or known illness. I wont give the exact age. My wife knows another case of somebody under 50. Also I know somebody who had it. Two days, he told me, it was ugly. Fever and excruciating head aches. I also know someone who had it, with a serious coronary condition that had no symptom at all.

        And trust me, no one in his right mind wants his parents at well over 80 years to die. I do not!

        • Corey
          Posted September 17, 2020 at 6:39 am | Permalink

          Oh wow. So they were pretty much the definitions of “the exception” based on the available data I can find. Thanks for sharing. Of course not, nobody wants to kill grandma. That being said, the hysteria we’re seeing appears to be completely disproportionate to the threat. Obesity kills 40k per month and yet we have fat acceptance movements. This kills a relatively small number of people and the masses go into a panic. It just doesn’t add up.

          • Razvan
            Posted September 17, 2020 at 7:53 am | Permalink

            In my country they do not say much about the covid deaths. Only numbers. Guess it is the same all over EU.

            My suspicion is that they are keeping the real numbers too low. They are doing overtime to maintain the staus quo.

            They are inventing straw man after straw man in order to obfuscate the simple truth:
            – migrations mean pandemics, as true today as it was 500 years ago or 1000 years ago.
            – migrations mean violence
            – migrations mean war
            – migrations mean ecological disaster
            – migrations mean civilizational disaster

            You are a nationalist because of that not because it is the rebellious thing to do.

            Obesity is a choice. It is not transmisible. It strictly depends by yourself. With an infectious disease it depends by everybody.

            Here you have a game of maintaining the society running.
            Too harsh measures means disaster.
            Too soft means disaster. This is why it doesn’t add up.

            • Corey
              Posted September 17, 2020 at 8:44 am | Permalink

              Interesting. In the US it seems to be opposite. They made it appear far worse than it really was and now they’re slaves to that narrative in spite of the CDC drastically reducing the numbers and just completely ignoring the fact that hospitals have a financial incentive to over report.

              Agreed. Mass migration was never a good idea and I’m all for using the Covid hysteria to tighten up borders. Might as well get something useful out of it.

              • Stronza
                Posted September 17, 2020 at 2:40 pm | Permalink

                You do know, don’t you, that the test for Corona 19 is highly suspect, ie, not reliable? That there’s countless people being diagnosed who don’t have the infection? And that all infectious “diseases” are just nature attempting to take its course, as happened in the past? Infections which allowed the remaining population to be strong and grow old?

                • Razvan
                  Posted September 17, 2020 at 4:13 pm | Permalink

                  I don’t know which test.

                  I suppose poorly China made PCR machines are responsible for a lot of errors. And the errors will go both directions. There are scandals after scandals regarding false negatives and false positives results. This is why I expect they downplay the numbers.

                  This is another incentive to stop buying and stop manufacture anything in China. Especially sensitive medical equipments!

                  You will convince no one to suddenly drop every bit of high civilization Europeans have created in order to let the nature follow it’s course. No one!

                  It’s self defeating to suddenly move to the country, get a shovel and dig the garden, renouncing electricity, computers, vaccines, airplanes, hot water, whatever. When you drop everything you’ll discover how hard the life can be, how back breaking work is not that rewarding when every bone in your body aches. Most of all, suddenly you will have not even a second for your favorite books. It is not wise, and it is not heroic and most of all it is wrong! Trust me.

                  If nature follows it’s course and we all become a negligible savage population living in small pockets, hunted and despised by some asian overlord this is not something to be accepted!
                  Dropping every technical advantage in order to let nature follow its course, will expose us to the negro savagery and to the asian ambition.

          • Parsival Ritter 555
            Posted September 18, 2020 at 2:40 pm | Permalink

            I knew someone 31 who died, no previous conditions, but the man did look anorexic. Another lady as well, about 60, seemed fine, then just died in her sleep from it. Very strange virus. Makes me wonder.

  9. Travis B.
    Posted September 16, 2020 at 4:59 pm | Permalink

    The one thing, above all else, which will always stick out in my mind, is the acquiesce of the general population to the draconian measures. The overwhelming majority of Americans just went along with it, no questions asked. The elites must be laughing their asses of right now. If they knew it would be this easy, they would have dropped all pretenses a long time ago.

    • Razvan
      Posted September 16, 2020 at 7:16 pm | Permalink

      Yes they surely are. But not for the reason you state.
      It is beyond any comprehension how stupid people flock to drink and party, whites and non whites together. A busy street on any Saturday night of drunk people, and white women among coloreds.
      How stupid people are risking a lot just because.
      How stupid people are for not revolting against globalism, against open borders, against the health risks posed by migration. And how stupid people are to not understand that if it is not Wuhan plague, something entirely different might come up anytime. The problem being the lack of borders!

      People are stupid for not being able to speak their minds and see their interest. Only stupid meems.

      Yes. The elites have all the reasons to laugh at the stupid people.

  10. Vauquelin
    Posted September 17, 2020 at 1:26 am | Permalink

    Facts aside (who truly cares about the truth this day and age), I do not appreciate how this pandemic was politicized and which side the right fell on. Rather, it was politicized incorrectly.
    A virus that killed hundreds of thousands and spreads with globalism should be a warning to all open border advocates, an impetus to restore national sovereignty throughout the Western world and a clarion call to stem the tide of immigration and globetrotters who bring nonwhite diseases into the White World, which is what happened. It would be the perfect argument we need to restore borders, abolish Schengen in Europe, and to use this same moral awareness and vigilance in other areas of our lives, to look beyond just infectious diseases and extending the ideas of “national health” and “public well-being” to include such preventable things as genetic disorders, heritable birth defects, and ultimately racial hygiene.

    The right downplaying this pandemic is a terrible missed opportunity, as the right looks strongest when it promotes health and strength, and raises the alarm about unhealthy things, as the left scrambles to act like everything is fine. This is what happened during the migrant crisis, and it bolstered the right immensely. I believe this current change of tactics is mainly due to the happenstance of Trump being President and the American left using any ammunition they can find to tarnish his administration, and the right’s predictable opposition to whatever the left says. If the left claims the sun to be hot, you can bet your bottom dollar some rando Republican will drop in saying he’s never had a sunburn before and therefore it’s not that bad. I specify this to Republican since by and large only the American right is this knee-jerkingly contrarian. At least this hypocrisy is two-sided: had Clinton been president it would be the right screaming bloody murder over the handling of the outbreak, and the left playing down the number of cases and the lethality of the disease.

    • Parsival Ritter 555
      Posted September 18, 2020 at 2:44 pm | Permalink

      Terribly annoying. I cannot stand this reactionary nonsense! Very easy for power to manipulate as well.

  11. Jacob
    Posted September 17, 2020 at 3:54 am | Permalink

    Is the black mask everyone wears now a symbol of black lives matter?

    • Razvan
      Posted September 17, 2020 at 4:54 am | Permalink

      It has nothing to do with that. The black masks are for multiple uses… anti dirt color.

  12. FMAC
    Posted September 18, 2020 at 10:17 am | Permalink

    Without going into the merit of the article itself. The federal government of Brazil has not declared a lockdown, but almost all state governments, especially the two wealthiest states, São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro, have taken very restrictive measures.

  13. Stronza
    Posted September 22, 2020 at 7:12 am | Permalink

    The test for the Corona 19 virus is not reliable. Read up on it. It was never meant to diagnose infections. Its inventor said so.

    Everybody – just keep blaming outside entities (germs/dzhues, etc.) for everything that is wrong with your life as an individual (sickness/misery of every kind) or your society as a whole. See where it gets you.

    • Razvan
      Posted September 22, 2020 at 11:23 am | Permalink

      This is what you meant.
      The PCR machine is precise but slow to the total inefficiency when used for diagnosis.
      The PRC made machine are both slow and defective, only with a handsome bribe on their price tag.

      This is the truth. Because hospitals were buying Chinese crap, instead something made by whites. Be it Abbott, Bosch, or anything else US or EU made. Fast, precise, sturdy, pricey and no bribe attached.

      Now they are one step into the jail so are screaming that the PCR technology is not designed for diagnosis (of course it was designed for forensics).

      What a shame…

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    Jonathan Bowden as Dirty Harry

    The Lost Philosopher, Second Expanded Edition

    Trevor Lynch's A White Nationalist Guide to the Movies

    And Time Rolls On

    The Homo & the Negro

    Artists of the Right

    North American New Right, Vol. 1

    Some Thoughts on Hitler

    Tikkun Olam and Other Poems

    Under the Nihil

    Summoning the Gods

    Hold Back This Day

    The Columbine Pilgrim

    Confessions of a Reluctant Hater

    Taking Our Own Side

    Toward the White Republic

    Distributed Titles


    The Node

    The New Austerities

    Morning Crafts

    The Passing of a Profit & Other Forgotten Stories

    Gold in the Furnace