At LewRockwell.com, Bill Sardi explains that famine and economic despair will kill far more people than COVID-19, making the best case against shutdowns. He writes (abridged):
Short version (synopsis)
- The suspicion that the COVID-19 coronavirus is man-made, that has been in circulation for some time now on the internet, has risen out of the “conspiracy theory” stage to bona fide scientific argument emanating from virologists in Norway who claim this novel mutated virus could only have originated from a laboratory rather than mutated in nature.
Furthermore, a noted pathologist in eastern Europe, based upon autopsies he has conducted, makes the bold statement that “no one has died from the coronavirus” and that “it is impossible to create a vaccine against the virus” because antibodies specific for COVID-19 have yet to be identified. 18+ years have been spent in failed attempts to produce a coronavirus vaccine.
- In addition, researchers in Romania claim the data shows very few patients solely die of the mutated COVID-19 coronavirus alone and theorize the synergistic combination of a virus + tuberculosis bacterium is the likely reason why some people die a horrid death from COVID-19.
- Finally, The World Health Organization (WHO) and the Centers For Disease Control (CDC) have proceeded with lockdown and quarantine measures with no regard for the collateral damage which is devastating countries worldwide, leaving no foreseeable economic future and the possibility of starvation for many millions of people around the world.
- In both New York City and Italy, over 95% of the deaths occurred among individuals with co-morbid conditions (obesity, diabetes, hypertension and autoimmunity). By location and skin color, older infirm patients in nursing homes and dark-skinned individuals, both who have low vitamin D levels, are at greater risk for a mortal outcome. The indiscriminate lockdown of entire populations leads to societal paralysis.
Copyright © Bill Sardi, writing from La Verne, California.
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