by Br. Alexis Bugnolo
Everything the Covid-19 deniers claims about the non-lethality of Coronavirus and the non existence of a pandemic has turned out to be true.
The U.S. Center for Disease Control and Prevention announced that its recent seriological tests of U.S. residents found that 10 times more individuals have had COVID-19 and recovered than previously thought (20 million compared to 2.3 million: source).
Currently, the CDC is counting 121,000 individual deaths as COVID-19 related. This means the Covid-19 related deaths are running at about 0.6% of all those ever infected in the USA.
However, when one examines the numbers of COVID-19 related deaths in the U.S.A., one discovers that most of these were not caused by the virus. Reports from the USA suggest that from 80 to 95% of cases had coronavirus but died from something else. That moves the real death rate to about 0.05%.
But that is not all.
Pennsylvania State University published a study recently suggesting 80 times more persons have been infected that previously thought.
That would mean that the actual lethality of COVID-19 is even smaller.
The lethality of the common winter flue is estimated to be 0.1%, as Dr. Anthony Fauci, head of the NIHD, is always telling us.
The conclusion is, then, that there never was a pandemic, and COVID-19 was never a threat greater than the common winter flu.
So take off your masks and gloves, and go back to the way you used to live. And as for the advice from the modern sanitary Pharasees, who see uncleanliness and infection everywhere, report them to the local authorities for mental instability.
And if anyone suggests getting a COVID-19 vaccine, tell them where they can shove it.
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by Br. Alexis Bugnolo
The pictures tell the story.
In the photo above, you need no explanation if you live at Rome. If there is a line wrapping round the block, there must be a supermarket round the corner. This line was seen yesterday, Sunday morning, opposite the Piazza of Santa Maria Maggiore.
But look how many police there were to make it clear to everyone that they better not dare even to think to take a step towards the Basilica to visit it:
The same sights can be seen elsewhere in Rome. Here are the lines at supermarket today, Monday:
This supermarket has longer lines because it is one of the few which is managing to keep its shelves stocked. Indeed they have merchandise waiting on the curbside to go into the store. It’s a good way of publicizing that it’s worth your while to wait in line:
As you approach the door, you are given plastic disposable gloves to wear while in the story. Something, someone though of in the past few days.
However, as you enter you are greeted with the daily propaganda. I notice propaganda readily, because I grew up in the USA where it is rarely seen:
The Italian phrase, Andrà tutto bene, means, “Everything will be all right!”
I cannot fail to notice that future tense of the verb.
In the store, if you waited the 45 minutes in line, you found that bread shelf was nearly empty and the meat shelf was half empty. But everything else was well stocked, because prices at this particular supermarket are 20-50% higher than the others, whose shelves are even less well stocked.
As they say in Italy, you can only be certain of the truth, when it is publicly denied.
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