A brief note on Geert, who I will refer to as GBV, who was profiled in my last post outlining an alarming scenario of ever increasing mutation by interfering in natural immunity with the jab campaign. Skepticism is warranted though regarding GBV. Clearly he is from the mainstream side of the issue and claims to be a concerned individual risking his rep to get out an urgent concept, and that may in fact be true….but perhaps he is feeding a piece of a larger picture to the alt-media for reasons we don’t know of. Also it may be that his real function was simply to spread more fear of viruses (or virii) in general, despite there being no real reason to be fearful of any virus.
This flies in the face of what we’ve been conditioned to believe through media and movies, but what if everything we’ve ever understood about virii was wrong? What if our collective health story is more holistic, multi-faceted, and nuanced than we’ve been led to believe? Perhaps the real causes of disease (chemicals, poor nutrition, stress, etc) are being ignored? Perhaps virii simply transfer genetic material, enabling adaptation and aren’t out to get us?
JonRappoport’s blog NoMoreFakeNews has been consistent for about a year that we’re being fed bogus stories, and his recent post shines a light there….
France finds new variant that evades “gold standard” tests– except there is no gold standard for testing- rtPCR is a deeply flawed amplification/manufacturing technique unfit for diagnosis
Bottom Line– At some point we need to move beyond these archaic systems of “health care” that see germ theory as the foundation and chemicals as the solution.
Envision what would the world be like if we actually fed people proper food in hospitals and provided healthy lighting and ventilation. Imagine a world in which instead of going to war with microorganisms we promoted healthy flora.
Imagine if we tackled the root causes of toxicity and pollution instead of endless money for cancer which never seems to decrease? And what if we valued time over money?
The future demands that we evolve, some are already doing it…how many are willing to lead by action ? The more you learn, the more you may see a predatory system, so I say to all who care- do you have the strength to transcend corruption and be part of something better?
A well-credentialed fellow Mr. Geert VandenBossche, PhD in virology, (also provax), is warning of the strong probability of viral escape and resistance (from the globaljab campaign currently being waged) creating a much greater public health problem moving forward.
His explanation is detailed in this 11 page PDF here ⇒ Geert-vanden-Bossche-2
He has risked his reputation and position to spread the word on this most important of issues. An interview with Del Bigtree can be found online as well, but don’t let that association prejudice you- again Geert is clearly a provax fellow.
His concerns deserve to be considered as he states that we may in fact be making things much worse and that it could lead to the worst case scenario of more lockdowns as a last resort after the resulting exponential increase of asymptomatic spread. This is critical info that needs to be shared and pondered by all who truly care about human health at large.
Of course this may all be alarmism and nothing to be concerned over…or it could be the worst unfolding train wreck in history.
UPDATE- Contrarian view of Geert as trojanhorse disinfo here -OffGuardian
What are our prospects for reducing inequality moving forward? What does history tell us?
Walter Scheidel, Stanford history professor, comes to the sobering conclusion that our prospects are poor, since historically only major violent upheavals have actually leveled the playing field. He writes about the 4 primary levelers- plague, war, revolution, and state collapse. Mr. Sheidel argues that these 4 main levelers have decreased in probability in the modern age.
Our current pandemic doesn’t even come close to a real plague scenario that would be effective at reducing inequality. After the Black Plague, workers were able to command higher wages due to labour shortages.
Peaceful means of reducing inequality such as land reform, debt relief, education, democracy, etc have been ineffective according to the author. In most countries today inequality is on the rise and has been for more than a generation. In the ongoing tug-of-war between capital and labour, capital is winning. Major economic crises do level the playing field but only for a few years.
One criticism I would have is that he misses perhaps the greatest leveler of all- natural disasters, but data on this would be very difficult to estimate for obvious reasons.
Clealy we will need to unleash amazing feats of creativity, innovation, and wisdom in order to transcend our history on a collective level. It will take heroic efforts to avoid the further erosion of freedom and opportunities for the mass of humanity. Modern day slavery and a growing underclass are a persistent problem that technology alone has failed to fix.