We are learning something that apparently slipped under the radar for a few days.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) “quietly” made some changes to its data tracker website on March 15, removing tens of thousands of deaths from COVID-19, nearly a quarter of which were those for young people under 18.
They tell us this occurred because of a “coding logic error.”
I wonder how many they would have had to remove if they included those who were registered by hospitals—for profit or otherwise—as having died from the virus when they had multiple other of what we have learned to call comorbidities. (If there’s one thing we can say for the pandemic, it built our vocabularies.)
In other words, they didn’t necessarily die of COVID-19, but the hospitals said they did, a different kind of coding error, I guess.
The number would likely be staggering.
This supposed “coding logic error”—whatever that may be; the CDC doesn’t precisely tell us—could indeed be symbolic of, or even actually encompass, the entire pandemic.
From this, we can make the assumption, if we haven’t already, the pandemic was, and is, extraordinarily overblown, an event that figuratively and literally threw us back to the Middle Ages with people locked down, masked, force vaccinated, businesses shut, schools closed, and science turned inside out, leaving the entire globe in chaos.
And yet, to adopt the title of Neil Sheehan’s book about the Vietnam War, the whole thing was “A Bright Shining Lie.”
Of course, people died, but they do for myriad reasons under varying circumstances. That’s been the condition on planet Earth from time immemorial. More died in this instance because simple and immediate treatments were abjured in favor of far more expensive ones dangerous in themselves.
But that’s only one of the reasons the pandemic became as pervasive as it did, taking over all our lives. How did it come to pass that what could have been an unpleasant, even severe, but containable health problem evolved into a civilization-destroying pandemic?
Even now, at this early stage, we must ask the age-old question, cui bono—who benefits?
The answer lies in a statement with which we have recently become all too familiar:
“You will own nothing, and you will be happy.”
Happy that COVID is over? Oh, no. Not really. They didn’t mean that.
Many now recognize that sentence for what it is—the marching mantra of the “Great Reset.”
For those who might still be confused, in a well-wrought article for The Epoch Times, Australians Gabriel Moens and Augusto Zimmerman clarify:
“The ‘Great Reset’ may be described as a radical international–socialist plan designed to ‘reset’ the world economy. The goal is to install a highly centralized, heavily regulated, totalitarian system akin to that of China’s Social Credit System.”
Ground Zero of this reset is the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, that glorious alpine redoubt cum airport for private jets miraculously powered by solar energy.
The leading progenitor of the “reset” is Klaus Schwab—co-author of the 2020 tome “COVID-19: The Great Reset.” He is joined by various tech billionaires, captains of industry, state leaders, and royals, all of whom, needless to say, have the interest of the common man at heart—at least they say they do. (Remember: “You will be happy.”)
Those who espouse the Great Reset didn’t create COVID-19. For the moment, we can assume that came from human error at the Wuhan virology lab. I hope we can anyway, since the deliberate release of the pathogen would be too horrifying to contemplate.
But they—the Great Resetters—seized upon the virus as an unprecedented opportunity to hasten their goals of global control. The CDC, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), and the World Health Organization (WHO) became, in essence, their agents with U.S. National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases head Dr. Anthony Fauci as their spokesperson. The rest is the dark history we have all been living through.
Despite some insisting otherwise, this devotion to, or more precisely exploitation of, COVID-19 is not stopping.
Only March 17, The New York Times reported the following from one of our major vaccine producers:
“Moderna said late Thursday that it asked the Food and Drug Administration for emergency authorization of a second booster of its coronavirus vaccine for all adults, a significantly broader request than Pfizer and BioNTech filed for their shot this week.
“The request is likely to intensify the latest round of an ongoing scientific debate over how long protection from the two most-used vaccines in the United States lasts in the face of new variants.”
Ah, yet more shots as the “Great Reset” takes us on what Friedrich Hayek famously and presciently called “The Road to Serfdom.”
Hold on. We’re almost there.
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