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    Quote Originally Posted by Astragoth View Post
    Yes its almost like its an engineered economic crisis so jews can simply buy up everything just like they did in Germany all those years ago. Funny how that seems to happen repeatedly.
    Yes. As all independent stores are forced to close, in their place we will see the chains pop up. McDonald's, Subway, Starbucks and so on.

    Small businesses will not get access to bailouts and government support, the big chains will. As will big media. And big industry.

    And as all small shops close, Amazon will take their place. And as all the smaller, local, media closes, the big media companies will move in and take over.

    The economy will become more centralized into fewer hands. The powers that be likes this as those who are dependent on others are more easily managed. The government prefers employees to small business owners. It prefers large media conglomerates to an independent press. It prefers people performing menial tasks in an Amazon warehouse to making independent business decisions as shop owners.

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    Trump Administration Opposes Bill Gates’ Vaccine Tracking System on ‘Personal Liberty’ Grounds



    Gates wants a “mark of the beast” digital tracking system for vaccines.

    The Trump administration has come out against a proposed digital tracking system that could tell authorities about an individual’s vaccination history.

    The Orwellian measure has been proposed by technocratic oligarch Bill Gates, who is attempting to exploit the coronavirus pandemic to inch closer toward mandatory vaccinations.

    I'm not willing to take a vaccine.

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    AOC: People ‘Too Scared’ to Go to Hospital Due to Trump’s ‘Xenophobic COVID Response’

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    Public health mandates haven't been translated into enough languages, lulz.

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    African Community Targeted in China Virus Crackdown

    Africans in southern China’s largest city say they have become targets of suspicion and subjected to forced evictions, arbitrary quarantines and mass coronavirus testing as Beijing steps up its fight against imported infections, drawing US accusations of xenophobia.

    China says it has largely curbed its COVID-19 outbreak but a recent cluster of cases linked to the Nigerian community in Guangzhou sparked the alleged discrimination by locals and virus prevention officials.

    Local authorities in the industrial centre of 15 million said at least eight people diagnosed with the illness had spent time in the city’s Yuexiu district, known as “Little Africa”.

    Five were Nigerian nationals who faced widespread anger after reports surfaced that they had broken a mandatory quarantine and been to eight restaurants and other public places instead of staying home.

    As a result, nearly 2,000 people they came into contact with had to be tested for COVID-19 or undergo quarantine, state media said.

    {snip}

    The tense situation has made Africans targets of suspicion, distrust and racism in China — and brought a stinging rebuke Saturday from Washington.

    Several Africans told AFP they had been forcibly evicted from their homes and turned away by hotels.

    {snip}

    China has banned foreign nationals from entering the country, and many travellers are being sent into 14-day quarantines either in their own accommodation or at centralised facilities.

    {snip}

    The US State Department has issued an alert advising African Americans, or those with potential contact with African nationals, to avoid Guangzhou.

    {snip}

    “It’s unfortunate but not surprising to see this kind of xenophobia towards Africans by Chinese authorities,” a State Department spokesperson said.

    {snip}

    The infections in Guangzhou have also sparked a torrent of abuse online, with many Chinese internet users posting racist comments and calling for all Africans to be deported.

    Last week a controversial cartoon depicting foreigners as different types of trash to be sorted through went viral on social media.

    {snip}

    China’s foreign ministry acknowledged this week that there had been some “misunderstandings” with the African community.

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    Coronavirus: Austria and Italy reopen some shops as lockdown eased

    Thousands of shops have reopened in Austria, as it seeks to ease restrictions brought in to stem the spread of the coronavirus.

    Garden centres, DIY stores and small shops can open but with strict rules on social distancing.

    In Italy, where over 20,000 people have died in the pandemic, a limited number of shops and businesses have been allowed to reopen.

    But some of the worst-hit regions have decided to hold off.

    Lombardy and other regions in the north will maintain their measures for longer.

    After five weeks under lockdown, shops selling books, stationery and clothes for babies and young children can reopen their doors but with strict rules on customer numbers and hygiene.

    The European Commission has urged EU countries to co-ordinate with each other to relax measures gradually.

    Fears of a deadly resurgence

    An internal document sent by the Commission to EU governments said that even phased measures would "unavoidably lead to a corresponding increase in new cases".

    Lifting restrictions had to wait for the spread of the virus to be reduced for a significant period, it said, with enough capacity in intensive care units to cope with a second surge in cases and increased testing, along with mass antibody tests.

    Businesses, shops and schools should lead the way, followed by limited reopening of restaurants, bars and cafes.

    Spain has allowed some businesses to return to work, and Denmark is reopening schools for younger children. Poland has said it will gradually lift restrictions on its economy from Sunday, probably starting with shops.

    Spain reported its lowest increase in infections since 20 March on Tuesday. There has been a 1.8% increase from Monday to 3,045. The number of deaths has gone up by 567 to 18,056.

    President Emmanuel Macron extended France's lockdown for another four weeks until 11 May, as he said current restrictions had slowed the virus but not beaten it.

    The head of Germany's Robert Koch public health institute said that while there had been a slowdown it was too early to talk of a clear trend.

    The World Health Organization (WHO) welcomed the slowing down of infections in some European countries but warned against lifting restrictions too early, so as not to prompt "a deadly resurgence".

    What Austria is doing

    Austria was one of the first European countries to follow neighbouring Italy in imposing strict lockdown measures about a month ago, and the government says it has managed to flatten the curve of new infections. It has so far reported about 14,000 cases and 368 deaths.
    https://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-52275959

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    sweden's relaxed approach to the coronavirus could already be backfiring

    ...as many public spaces throughout europe empty out—with citizens only leaving home for essential groceries or medication—life in sweden is carrying on, mostly as usual. Children walk to school while adults meet up for dinner at their local bar. Only the vulnerable have been advised to isolate and some are working from home. Yet in sweden, where there are 9,141 confirmed cases and 793 people have died, experts worry weaker measures may be leading to a more severe outbreak in the country of just 10 million citizens.

    Sweden has a relatively high case fatality rate: As of april 8, 7.68% of the swedes who have tested positive for covid-19 have died of the virus. Neighboring countries, like norway and denmark, have case fatality rates of 1.46% and 3.85% respectively. (the u.s. Case fatality rate is 3.21%.) while sweden’s elevated case fatality rate could be a result of its low testing rates compared to its neighbors, experts say sweden’s laissez-faire approach could also be to blame.

    The swedish government continues to advocate for relaxed measures. The swedish public health agency cautions citizens to cover their mouths when they cough or sneeze and wash hands regularly but does not call for lockdown measures. On march 11, the government cut down the size of permitted gatherings to 500, and only lowered that down to 50 on march 29. Other countries, like germany and australia, have prohibited gathering in groups larger than two. On monday, sweden declared that domestic flights would continue running, despite the risks domestic travel poses for spreading the disease.

    Anders tegnell, sweden’s chief epidemiologist overseeing the government’s response to covid-19 has said the government should allow the virus to spread slowly through the population, an approach initially employed by the united kingdom and the netherlands before both countries rapidly changed strategy amid mounting evidence that this approach would still overburden health care systems. Tegnell told swedish tv on april 5 that covid-19 could be stopped by “herd immunity or a combination of immunity and vaccination.” (a vaccine for covid-19 is likely at least 14 months away.)" link

    sweden: 22 scientists say coronavirus strategy has failed as deaths top 1,000


    ...sweden's relatively relaxed approach to controlling the spread of the coronavirus has come under fire in international media and from many locals in the capital stockholm, where more than half the country's deaths have been recorded. Now, 22 researchers have publicly criticized the strategy and called on politicians to make changes. In an opinion piece published today in dagens nyheter, the group of researchers from a range of top swedish universities and research institutes make harsh criticism of the swedish public health agency and their present coronavirus strategy. They say that elected politicians must now intervene with "swift and radical measures." the researchers say the agency has claimed on four different occasions that the spread of infection has levelled out, despite evidence to the contrary. They point out the slowdown in infections and deaths in finland, which has implemented much more restrictive measures.

    The criticism comes as the swedish death total hits new heights. 1,033 people have now died from covid-19 in sweden, according to the swedish public health agency. That's an increase of 114 in the past 24 hours. The daily update also confirms that 11,445 people have tested positive in sweden with 915 receiving or having received intensive care treatment.

    The researchers highlight finland, which has recorded ten times fewer deaths than sweden on a per-person basis. Sweden's deaths as a percentage of population is also much higher than denmark and norway, which have also introduced strict measures. The group highlighted the last three days before the easter vacation began. In the period april 7-9: "10.2 people per million inhabitants died of covid-19 each day in sweden. In italy, the figure was 9.7. In denmark it was 2.9, in norway 2.0 and in finland 0.9," stated the letter.

    While swedish authorities have stopped short of implementing many of the emergency measures seen in neighbouring countries, they do recommend that people stay at home and avoid unnecessary travel. According to aftonbladet, jan lötvall, a professor at the university of gothenburg, said that swedish people have not understood the seriousness of the situation because they have received unclear messaging from health authorities and elected officials.

    The researchers now want rapid change. They suggest that schools and restaurants should be closed as in finland. In addition, healthcare professionals working with the elderly must use proper infection control equipment and a mass testing of health personnel must be carried out.

    State epidemiologist anders tegnell quickly hit back at the researchers' claims. Svt reported that tegnell said there is "a fundamental inaccuracy in that article" regarding the numbers used. link
    Sweden's death per million is slightly higher than Italy's despite having an (over 3 times) lower population density and only 5% more 65+ population. Wow.

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    French Economist: EU Risks ‘Suicide’, Could Collapse over Coronavirus

    French economist Jean-Paul Fitoussi is the latest financial expert to sound the alarm that a lack of solidarity in dealing with the coronavirus pandemic could spell the end of the European Union (EU).

    Professor Fitoussi said the EU must act to aid countries affected by coronavirus and create a Europe-wide investment plan. Otherwise, the bloc itself could face “a destiny of underdevelopment”, he warned.

    {snip}

    He went on to criticise the decision by several of the wealthier EU member-states to reject the so-called Eurobond proposal which would underwrite the debt of countries like Italy and Spain which have been hardest hit by the Wuhan virus.

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    “If there is no real solidarity, a real mutualisation of the debt, we will either continue to go even further underwater or do something politically incorrect but inevitable: say ‘enough’ and get out,” Fitoussi added.

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    In Italy, populist League leader Senator Matteo Salvini has criticised the European Union’s response to the coronavirus. {snip}

    “Let’s take back our country into our hands without going cap in hand to anyone. Long live Italy and long live the Italians,” Salvini, a long-time eurosceptic, added.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chlodovech
    Children must stay inside, face-covering mandatory in several South Texas counties



    McALLEN, Texas (Border Report) — All border counties in South Texas from Laredo to the Gulf Coast are now requiring residents to cover their faces in public, and many have implemented social-distancing rules requiring children stay indoors and away from stores, and limiting the number of people allowed in a car.
    More: WJTV

    Roger Stone: Bill Gates may have created coronavirus to microchip people



    Roger Stone suggested Monday that Bill Gates may have had a hand in the creation of coronavirus so that he could plant microchips in people’s heads to know who has and has not been tested for COVID-19.

    “Whether Bill Gates played some role in the creation and spread of this virus is open for vigorous debate. I have conservative friends who say it’s ridiculous and others say absolutely,” Stone told Joe Piscopo, host of the radio program “The Answer” on 970 AM, who had asked about conspiracy theories regarding the pandemic.

    “He and other globalists are using it for mandatory vaccinations and microchipping people so we know if they’ve been tested. Over my dead body. Mandatory vaccinations? No way, Jose!” Stone told a fawning Piscopo, who referred to President Trump’s longtime adviser as “a legend.”

    Gates has long been an outspoken advocate for preparing for a global health crisis like coronavirus.

    Stone also weighed in on the presidential race, calling Joe Biden “an exceptionally weak candidate. The guy’s just not all there.”

    Asked by the former “Saturday Night Live” star whether Gov. Andrew Cuomo would be a better candidate than Biden, Stone said a Cuomo candidacy was not likely to happen.

    “I think he’s done a very good job. He’s enhanced his position with the public. He’s a strong communicator, he speaks the people’s language,” he said of Cuomo.

    “In order for Cuomo to emerge, Biden would have to get hit by a bus, [and] God forbid we’re not for that. I think [a Cuomo nomination is] a fantasy by the Democrats who see Biden as an intrinsically weak candidate.”

    But he also said Trump was no shoo-in — especially if the economy remains in the toilet because of the pandemic.

    “Anybody who tells you what’s going to happen in 2020 doesn’t know what they are talking about,” he said.

    “I believe the president will be elected, but I think it’ll be a tougher fight than people think.”

    Stone, who was sentenced in February to 40 months in the slammer following his conviction last fall for lying to Congress and threatening a witness while working on Trump’s 2016 campaign, said he prayed daily to cope with being cooped up at home under the Sunshine State’s stay-at-home order.

    “Like most Americans, we’re hunkered down. It gives you time to spend with the family, time to write, and pray. It has its pluses, but every gym in Florida is closed, when I can’t go to the gym, it drives me crazy,” the 67-year-old Stone said.

    “Praying is a big part of my daily ritual. You just put things in His hands and it takes a lot of pressure off you and you can see the path forward very clearly,” he continued.

    “Not going to Mass on Easter Sunday, that’s the first time in my life I missed Mass. I watched the pope. I’m not particularly crazy about this pope’s politics,” he said, though he found the service moving.
    Source: NYpost

    Essential Workers Are Making Less Money Than Those On Unemployment

    We insist that many making minimum wage or close are essential enough that we need them to keep working, yet we haven’t yet found a way to properly compensate them for the risk they are taking on when they clock in.

    Those essential workers who show up at jobs like grocery stores and fast food chains may only see small financial rewards, such as an extra $2 per hour in hazard pay during this pandemic. Employers are not required to offer it, though, so only some workers have received the bump, which may only add up to an extra $80 or so for a full-time worker anyway.

    Meanwhile, the CARES Act is allowing for those on unemployment to receive an extra $600 per week in addition to their regular benefit. So a grocery store worker who was making $700 every two weeks might now be making $780 with their hazard pay benefit, or perhaps a little more with an increase in hours. Compare with a person on unemployment who might be taking home a benefit of $600 every two weeks plus an extra $600 per week for a total of $1800 over that same pay period.

    Some workers feel they are being treated unfairly for being expected to show up to these jobs only to take home less pay than those who are sitting safely at home making unemployment. In a way, the essential workers are trapped. They can’t get unemployment if they quit, but their jobs won’t fire them so long as their needed. What this means is that while essential businesses are booming, their employees are receiving none of the gains while taking on most of the risk.
    Source: Medium.com
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neophyte View Post
    Yes. As all independent stores are forced to close, in their place we will see the chains pop up. McDonald's, Subway, Starbucks and so on.

    Small businesses will not get access to bailouts and government support, the big chains will. As will big media. And big industry.

    And as all small shops close, Amazon will take their place. And as all the smaller, local, media closes, the big media companies will move in and take over.

    The economy will become more centralized into fewer hands. The powers that be likes this as those who are dependent on others are more easily managed. The government prefers employees to small business owners. It prefers large media conglomerates to an independent press. It prefers people performing menial tasks in an Amazon warehouse to making independent business decisions as shop owners.
    Like I told many people already: this doesn't have a happy ending. The whole corona "crisis" is a manufactured media phenomenon for a risible 0.4% death rate. The middle class is going to get further destroyed and the big fish will be bailed out, as usual. Immigration continues as usual.

    One could only hope a Hitler-like figure would be able to turn around the situation by pointing out who is really benefiting, and how the whole disease was blown out of proportion by the left leaning media to undermine Trump and Brexit, but there is nobody with the courage to do that. I also think it's sad to see the less clever nationalists acting as if the virus was the actual danger, and not the reaction to it.

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    Here's a prediction!


    The Covid 19 deaths will be similar to every year's flu deaths which are never reported and totally ignored as mere not-news-worthy 'background' noise .... but in addition to that we'll see millions of poor people have their lives made far worse with debt, business destruction, inability to pay rent, apartment eviction, joblessness, hunger, resorting to theft/shop-lifting and crime to survive.

    Millions will die of drug/alcohol abuse , poverty, homelessness, loss of businesses due to the forced societal reaction to this alleged mass pandemic (this will especially affect certain nations which already have a vast class of poor but also in more wealthy nations.


    And the media won't say a damn word about it when that happens .... swept under the rug with the annual flu death stats!

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