For over a year now, much of the world has shifted in and out of massive lockdowns in response to COVID-19.
And the result has been devastating for the average citizen.
Massive business closures and unemployment.
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Mental health deteriorating.
Domestic violence, alcohol abuse, and drug addiction on the rise.
Missed cancer screenings.
The lives of children being stolen.
And the biggest transfer of wealth in human history.
To say the lockdowns have waged war against the poor and middle class is an understatement.
The lockdowns have devastated everyone except for the elite and wealthy.
With at least half the population blindly following along with the tyrannical lockdowns, the elite have the incentive to never loosen their grip on society.
The medical bureaucrats will find any excuse to continue the lockdowns forever and restrict individual rights.
And the Fake News Media is in cahoots with the elite like always.
The latest op-ed published by Bloomberg attempts to prime the public for ‘permanent lockdowns.’
Check it out:
For the past year, we've assumed the pandemic will be over, and that we’ll go “back to normal.” This premise is almost certainly wrong https://t.co/SMHl8rcVuh
— Bloomberg Opinion (@bopinion) March 25, 2021
Bloomberg columnist: “We must start planning for a permanent pandemic”
“recent developments suggest that we
may never achieve herd immunity.”
“The main reason is the ongoing emergence of new variants that behave almost like new viruses.”https://t.co/i7bfzWrImJ
— Niraj Warikoo (@nwarikoo) March 26, 2021
A common theme among people who oppose—what I think of as sensible, temporary—pandemic restrictions is that it's not justified by science but just part of a plan to make social controls permanent. Bloomberg: "Lemme help you there". 🙄 pic.twitter.com/HPw6oNtiiE
— zeynep tufekci (@zeynep) March 24, 2021
Bloomberg article warns it's time to 'start planning for a permanent pandemic' https://t.co/7teEEcoWvf
— TheBlaze (@theblaze) March 25, 2021
Psychopaths. ‘When Will Covid End? We Must Start Planning For a Permanent Pandemic’ – Bloomberg https://t.co/FvSgMI2Nft
— Dr Naomi Wolf (@naomirwolf) March 25, 2021
When Will Covid End? We Must Start Planning For a Permanent Pandemic – Bloomberg https://t.co/ebKpZa9Py5
— Shannon Joy (@ShannonJoyRadio) March 26, 2021
The #greatreset is a permanent war on humanity.
Bloomberg: "#SARSCoV2, protean & elusive as it is, may become our permanent enemy, like the flu but worse. & even if it peters out eventually, our lives & routines will by then have changed irreversibly." https://t.co/4tjKM1qeVD
— Cory Morningstar (@elleprovocateur) March 25, 2021
We heard Fauci discuss variants of COVID-19 possibly rendering the vaccine ineffective.
If variants are the excuse for endless mask mandates and lockdowns, then why haven’t they been used in the past to combat influenza?
The flu mutates just like COVID-19.
And the seasonal flu vaccine notoriously has a putrid effective rate against the virus.
Despite the mutations, we’ve never had global lockdowns for the flu.
But now they’re recommending them for COVID-19?
No, it’s just a manipulative scheme for power and control of the global population.
The elite want an endless cycle of lockdowns, mask mandates, and forced vaccinations to see how the sheeple follow along.
And if not enough people show resistance, they’ll push the tyranny as far as they possibly can.
That’s why it is crucial to help others see the light of the true intent of the lockdowns.
Bloomberg provided the doomsday op-ed:
For the past year, an assumption — sometimes explicit, often tacit — has informed almost all our thinking about the pandemic: At some point, it will be over, and then we’ll go “back to normal.”
This premise is almost certainly wrong. SARS-CoV-2, protean and elusive as it is, may become our permanent enemy, like the flu but worse. And even if it peters out eventually, our lives and routines will by then have changed irreversibly. Going “back” won’t be an option; the only way is forward. But to what exactly?
Most epidemics disappear once populations achieve herd immunity and the pathogen has too few vulnerable bodies available as hosts for its self-propagation. This herd protection comes about through the combination of natural immunity in people who’ve recovered from infection and vaccination of the remaining population.
In the case of SARS-CoV-2, however, recent developments suggest that we may never achieve herd immunity. Even the U.S., which leads most other countries in vaccinations and already had large outbreaks, won’t get there. That’s the upshot of an analysis by Christopher Murray at the University of Washington and Peter Piot at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.
The main reason is the ongoing emergence of new variants that behave almost like new viruses. A clinical vaccine trial in South Africa showed that people in the placebo group who had previously been infected with one strain had no immunity against its mutated descendant and became reinfected. There are similar reports from parts of Brazil that had massive outbreaks and subsequently suffered renewed epidemics.
That leaves only vaccination as a path toward lasting herd immunity. And admittedly, some of the shots available today are still somewhat effective against some of the new variants. But over time they will become powerless against the coming mutations.
Of course, vaccine makers are already feverishly working on making new jabs. In particular, inoculations based on the revolutionary mRNA technology I’ve previously described can be updated faster than any vaccine in history. But the serum still needs to be made, shipped, distributed and jabbed.
And that process can’t happen fast enough, nor cover the planet widely enough. Yes, some of us may win a regional round or two against the virus, by vaccinating one particular population — as Israel has done, for instance. But evolution doesn’t care where it does its work, and the virus replicates wherever it finds warm and unvaccinated bodies with cells that let it reproduce its RNA. As it copies itself, it makes occasional coding mistakes. And some of those chance errors turn into yet more mutations.
These viral avatars are popping up wherever there’s a lot of transmission going on and somebody bothers to look closely. A British, a South African and at least one Brazilian strain have already become notorious, but I’ve also seen reports of viral cousins and nephews showing up in California, Oregon and elsewhere. If we were to sequence samples in more places, we’d probably find even more relatives.
We should therefore assume that the virus is already mutating fast in the many poor countries that have so far received no jabs at all, even if their youthful populations keep mortality manageable and thus mask the severity of local outbreaks. Last month, Antonio Guterres, the Secretary General of the United Nations, reminded the world that 75% of all shots had been administered in just 10 countries, while 130 others hadn’t primed a single syringe.
A pathogen’s evolution is neither surprising nor automatically worrisome. One frequent pattern is that bugs over time become more contagious but less virulent. After all, not killing your host too efficiently confers an advantage in natural selection. If SARS-CoV-2 goes this route, it’ll eventually become just another common cold.
But that’s not what it’s been doing recently. The variants we know of have become more infectious, but no less lethal. From an epidemiological point of view, that’s the worst news.
Without enough fight from average citizens, the elite will have no problem making the global lockdowns a permanent endeavor.