Kevin Bae

Non-Social in a Socially Networked World

The COVID-19 pandemic has been over since May

We’re no longer in a pandemic. It’s been over since about May 1, 2020. We’re now in full blown government and media hysteria over an illness that is no longer killing that many people. The chart above is for the United States. But the charts below are for France, Italy, Sweden, and the world. You can see that the exact same scenario has played out everywhere and there is no longer a reason to lockdown economies. What we’re witnessing is a pure power grab and all of us are just going along with it.

Take a look at these charts for yourself. Choose any country and for the most part they all look the same.

The top red lines are daily confirmed cases and the bottom black line are daily deaths attributed to COVID-19. Even if you take these statistics at face value it’s clear that this entire episode has been over for months. If you take into consideration what has come to light regarding the over sensitivity of the testing then these numbers are grossly inflated. In addition we are learning that 33% of excess deaths reported are not attributed to COVID-19 but may be a side effect of lack of treatment for other issues due to the pandemic lockdown. If this is true, in my opinion, it’s criminal government forced malpractice.

Why is this happening? What is the push? Conspiracy theories abound. Two that I like are:

  1. World leaders dislike the disruption caused by President Trump so much that they are willing to sacrifice their populations and their economies in order to get rid of him on November 3rd.
  2. This a hijacking of a pandemic for the purposes of pushing a globalist climate change agenda.

Both may be true and have the same effect. Joe Biden’s slogan of Build Back Better has been a Green New Deal globalist climate change mantra for years. Just Google “climate change build back better” and look at the results. There’s also this video from Professor John Barry who is a professor of Green Political Economy and Co-Director of the Centre for Sustainability, Equality and Climate Action in the School of History, Anthropology, Philosophy and Politics at Queens University Belfast.

What ever is going on and what ever the reasons for it the effect on average everyday people is horrendous. The elimination of personal liberty should be an affront to all of Western Civilization and it must end.