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An Aspect of the Con

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There are many good reasons to be very skeptical about practically everything we are being told about the WuFlu (don’t dignify this bug by using the term we are being told to use – “COVID-19”- which sounds so much more impressive and scientific. . . so novel . . . but is political and being purveyed to us by the Fear Organ in just the same way that, for those who remember, the attacks upon the World Trade Center suddenly – almost as if a light switch had been flipped – became “911” as the Fear Organ sang that tune in unanimity and endlessly until everyone sang the same tune . . . in order to make it hard to sing a different one). Well, here is another reason to be very skeptical about the cases! the cases! – which the Fear Organ

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There are many good reasons to be very skeptical about practically everything we are being told about the WuFlu (don’t dignify this bug by using the term we are being told to use – “COVID-19”- which sounds so much more impressive and scientific. . . so novel . . . but is political and being purveyed to us by the Fear Organ in just the same way that, for those who remember, the attacks upon the World Trade Center suddenly – almost as if a light switch had been flipped – became “911” as the Fear Organ sang that tune in unanimity and endlessly until everyone sang the same tune . . . in order to make it hard to sing a different one).

Well, here is another reason to be very skeptical about the cases! the cases! – which the Fear Organ won’t stop telling us about.

Always without context – without telling people that most of the “cases” aren’t dying – for the ought-to-be-obvious purpose of terrifying people that they are going to die . . . unless they Diaper. Unless they demand everyone Diaper. Unless – soon – everyone Needle.

It ought to be obvious by now.

It’s not because of deliberate deception.

I will now tell you about an aspect of it that I became aware of through a friend who holds a position of seniority within the hierarchy of a major medical apparat. I cannot name this person for reasons that also ought to be obvious as this person would be subject to immediate retribution that could extend beyond loss of job. Besides which, it is good to have a Deep Throat within the bowels of the Sickness apparat.

This person told me the following:

When a person goes to their doctor – or the hospital – for A (a condition or problem that has nothing to do with the WuFlu) they may leave with a very large bill for the services rendered. Unless those services are coded as B (WuFlu or WuFlu-related) and then they get a substantial financial break because the government compensates the providers of those services if they are “coded” as WuFlu services.

The doctor who so codes is trying to be helpful to his patient by helping them avoid a big bill for their ear infection or GI issue.

But he is also helping to pour gas on the WuFlu fire because the coding uplifts the cases! the cases! and this helps maintain the impression that there is an ongoing crisis – one sufficient to justify forcing every American to play Sickness Kabuki in order to be allowed to work or shop or do practically anything.

Even kids are being Kabuki’d – which is perhaps the most despicable aspect of the whole thing since kids are essentially immune from death by WuFlu, as the Orange Man correctly stated the other day. For which he was excoriated by the Fear Organ, precisely because what he said runs counter to the necessary maintenance in perpetuity of all this fear.

Kids are being terrorized in the name of a sickness that poses no more threat to them than a bad fall down the stairs on the way to the cafeteria, if that. Their childhoods are being ruined along with their peace of mind, which may never recover.

This ought to get parents – and any adult with a sense of humanity – angry. Instead, they get angry at people who raise questions about the cases! the cases! by asking about context. Who dare to point out that a “case” does not mean automatic or even probable death. Especially for kids.

An Aspect of the Con

Eric Peters
Eric Peters is a freelance car/bike/political columnist. He escaped the corporate-owned media Big Boys years ago. Without the censorship of the corporate tools

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