Spent last week near an army training area. (big one in the UK)the airports been closed off, except for this c-130, and its right next to the new london purpose built hospital and morgue.
also i live near too air bases in the UK, that are american bases and they have been extremely busy, they rarely fly at night but its 24 hour flying
I was quite impressed with him and the way he was handling things until I read this. WTAF?I kind of love him. Seriously.
Every person matters.
Not for lawmakers directly. Their salary is set by statute. It was for staff and works out to over $57,000 per lawmaker...
That's 2 months of nonessential in D.C. Seems kinda...ominous...Yes, I see people walking around in public places, not social distancing, (local park type area) when there are signs on the highways saying "stay home" (except for essential travel--work, grocery, drug store, etc). If people continue not complying, there's going to be a mandatory lockdown (thought there already was?!). It's not business at usual.
Jon Rappoport – No More Fake News March 24, 2020
Straight from the horse’s mouth—both sides
—The CDC (US Centers for Disease Control) admits the coronavirus test is flawed. That’s the overview and the takeaway—
As my readers know, I’ve described why the widespread diagnostic test for the coronavirus is insufficient, misleading, useless, and deceptive.
That test, used all over the world where it is available, is called the PCR.
It DIAGNOSES patients. “Yes, you have the virus.” “No you don’t.”
A very alert reader sent me a link to a US Centers for Disease Control (CDC) document about the test. The CDC establishes the guidelines for how the test should be done, and what the results mean.
Here is a CDC paragraph about results. I suggest you read it several times.
“Positive [test] results are indicative of active infection with 2019-nCoV but do not rule out bacterial infection or co-infection with other viruses. The agent detected may not be the definite cause of disease. Laboratories within the United States and its territories are required to report all positive results to the appropriate public health authorities.”
I’m going to blow past the blatant contradiction in that CDC paragraph and cut to the chase.
The key line in that paragraph is: “The agent detected [the coronavirus] may not be the definite cause of disease.”
CDC: Yeah, you see, folks, ahem, the test could say the coronavirus is there in somebody’s body, but the virus may not be causing disease…
On one level, the CDC is admitting the test could turn up false positives: the test could SAY a patient has the coronavirus, but he really doesn’t.
This isn’t a footnote stuck at the bottom of a report. It’s right there near the top of the section about the meaning of the test.
On a deeper level, the CDC is saying straight out, IF THE TEST SHOWS A CORONAVIRUS IS PRESENT, THAT DOESN’T MEAN IT’S CAUSING DISEASE.
Well, yes, I’ve pointed out that the test has an inherent problem. At best, it might show that a virus is present in the patient’s body. But the test is incapable of determining HOW MUCH virus is ACTIVELY REPLICATING in the patient’s body.
And why is that important? Because, to even begin to say a virus is causing actual illness in a human, there would have to be millions and millions of a virus replicating in his body—and the PCR test has never been proven, in the real world, to be able to make such a judgment call accurately.
But, if you read that CDC quote again, you’ll see the CDC is ordering labs to report a positive test result to public health agencies—where it will be counted as a “coronavirus case” come hell or high water.
Thank you, CDC. So very, very much. The next ship for Uranus leaves tomorrow. Pile on board and make the trip. You can run tests there to your heart’s content.
Good for you, I like to see a strong woman. I hope that doesn't sound patronizing though. My thoughts mostly come from my personal experience, so I'm not trying to play hero or anything. Although if someone were to want some heroism. I would pretty much be right there.Thanks
thanks aero. Not looking for answers though so no sweat.
If I got him through years of actual solitary confinement I’ll get him through this. His shadow side definately met its match in me.. cuz I don’t play that shit, never have. I didn’t spend the last twenty years for that fucker to win now. I will bitch slap his projections lol.. and he knows it on every level. This will be a walk in the park for us compared to actual solitary. Atleast we have phones and physical contact inside our own walls.
But on a larger scale for people who’ve never experienced anything remotely like this.. I’m a lot less hopeful. This could go one of two ways.. and I’m very nervous it’s going to go in the wrong direction. Though unsure.. a life coaching thing I set up years ago and has been dormant ever since keeps getting hits unexpectedly so maybe it won’t turn out too bad if that’s an indication of people looking in the right places. Idk. I’m confused right now myself.
Cause they’re scared of the unknown.Good for you, I like to see a strong woman. I hope that doesn't sound patronizing though. My thoughts mostly come from my personal experience, so I'm not trying to play hero or anything. Although if someone were to want some heroism. I would pretty much be right there.
I get why people have lost hope. The Dali Lama would tell us to be kind, and gentle but unfortunately, there is a time when people have to fight. To be clear, my main issue with positivity preaching is it can lead to people not solving problems. Basically it's a great message, but it's not taking hold in a forward-moving way.
Whatever people believe or any genuine facts of this pandemic, one certainty is that the virus was a greater force than what humanity was prepared to deal with. People have said, pandemics are nothing new. Which raises a good point, but also defeats itself because if it's nothing new, why do we get crushed by pandemics? That's why I say we need to solve these preparedness problems and fight anyone who gets in the way.
I understand people are scared. In essence, we are at war, and I'm not promoting the idea of Johnny down the street being a dick to his neighbor. You talk about calculating, but your calculation ends after being positive and composed.Cause they’re scared of the unknown.
It’s easy to panic when it’s something new. But people who panic tend to not make rational decisions.
Maybe if rather than being negative. You don’t even have to be positive in thought, but at least be composed and calculate situations.
We’re a dependent society(western).
It’s showing now.
I’m just one citizen with a small voice. But if I can at least show a bit of composure and hopefully someone can pick up and have a bigger impact than I. The better.
im a bit of a plane spotter, its sad but i enjoy it so make a metal note and watch everything i see, and ive noticed a huge increase in planes over me, had 5 tankers take off one after another, never seen that and ive lived here 15 odd yearsSpent last week near an army training area. (big one in the UK)
Very little activity in the sky, much less than usual.
One chinook, two apache attack helicopters (fully armed), and that was all.
In fact the main gates to the base were shut and apparently unattended. Again very unlike normal where they would be open with a very visible presence.
Less army on the ground, less running, less shopping.
Also a rumour that they were training for civil unrest. riots, petrol bombs, that sort of stuff.
There was a bit of police presence in the sky, but again less than normal.
Far less police evidence on the ground. Normally they would visibly prowl the site on a daily basis. This time nothing except once, when they came mob handed to break up a fight.
Then today (after we had left, but someone sent a vid) they came and cleared the whole site and closed the road.
No move along in 24 hours like usual. Pack up now, get out now.
Thank-you. Maybe these human bodies have been carrying these viruses (protein chains) around since they were brought into the world.
A deadly virus is spreading from state to state and has infected 26 million Americans so far. It's the fluThe coronavirus is prompting Americans to buy up surgical masks. There's another virus that has infected at least 26 million Americans across the country and killed at least 14,000 people this season alone. It's not a new pandemic -- it's influenza.www.cnn.com
Botchy test could’ve correlated with this. We’re either dealing with the flu and a hysteria media distraction because of the economic turmoil and battle in congress
Maybe this virus has been here longer than what we think.
I wonder if its a difference between UK army bases and US bases in the UK.im a bit of a plane spotter, its sad but i enjoy it so make a metal note and watch everything i see, and ive noticed a huge increase in planes over me, had 5 tankers take off one after another, never seen that and ive lived here 15 odd years
I agree, something isn't right.So here’s what I’m looking at..
Italy went into full lockdown over two weeks ago. They say the incubation period is two weeks. Yet Italy’s numbers - both of sick people and dead - are still climbing exponentially. They reported the first cases in my ancestral town a couple days ago.
How? If everything’s locked down and has been for longer then the incubation period how are these numbers still climbing so rapidly and so high? How is the virus still spreading to areas that hadn’t been impacted?
Something isn’t right. And we need to think about that.. the virus isn’t a hoax, I know people who have it and who are in bad shape because of it. So if we take that off the table, what’s left?
I also refuse to accept “people are just stupid and don’t listen” - because again, this is pulling data from a country where that wasn’t an option.
Do you have a source for this? i'd like to read up on it. Because if its true it is super messed up because there is no proof or confirmation that hydroxychloroquine works against corona. Its probably not going to work at all, the very fact that Trump keeps ignorantly pushing it is annoying.So apparantly hydroxychloroquine is a drug for lupus and lupus patients have been receiving letters saying they can’t get the prescription anymore due to the need for corona patients and “thank you for your sacrifice”
As far as the incubation period is concerned, it is the time between virus entering your body and showing symptoms. And it can vary and go upto 15 days in this case and in some people there are no symptoms at all. However, it does NOT mean that the virus in the body will die after 15 days or that it can only live in the body for 15 days.How? If everything’s locked down and has been for longer then the incubation period how are these numbers still climbing so rapidly and so high? How is the virus still spreading to areas that hadn’t been impacted?