Virus’ uncharacteristic, more virulent mutation accounts for spread to Iranians, Italians, other Caucasians
As most people now know, Italy today took the unprecedented step of effectively quarantining everyone in the country. While too late in some ways to completely stop the spread of the disease in Italy, it at least may help to contain it and keep it from spreading further to other countries. Some experts have also suggested that the virus’ uncharacteristic, more virulent mutation accounts for affliction to Iranians, Italians and other Caucasians.
But what the quarantine also may mean to Americans is an equally unprecedented situation here. The apparent hampering of medical professionals by the CDC, should it continue, as well as inadequate precautions, facilities and equipment, etc., will pose massive health care problems, as the disease continues to spread rampantly.
And, I recently pointed out, the possible consequences in terms of societal breakdown and aberrant behaviors, hampering of services, shortages of foods, etc., may greatly compound the situation in a worst case scenario.
The Plejaren Protocols
The Plejaren made it clear the WHO was culpable for not immediately declaring a pandemic and taking all appropriate actions. China should have immediately quarantined the region where it started, borders should have been shut, travel bans instituted, etc., but – as the Plejaren plainly stated – the truth of the situation is that immediate actions were suppressed for political and economic reasons.
As of now, the other relevant facts and protocols presented by the Plejaren are still not recognized or implemented:
- Real number of infections and deaths much higher than reported
- Actual incubation period up to four weeks to 3 months
- Spread by asymptomatic people; through air, breath, clothing, etc.
- Breathing masks useless, virus penetrates because so small
- Full-body protective suit, breathing apparatus only real protection
- Hermetic quarantine required, must be longer than 2 weeks
- Asian races initially most susceptible but will spread to others
- Virus becomes more aggressive over time, claiming more lives
- Children mainly immune, main hidden spreaders of disease
He Gets It
I highly recommend watching Tucker Carlson’s commentary. He presented a realistic, clear and impartial assessment of the situation and seems to comprehend the magnitude of this rapidly spreading, mutating disease.
It can Happen Anywhere
Early yesterday morning I received this message, which speaks volumes:
I live in a small village in the centre of the Netherlands Ochten, 3500 people. I thought maybe the Coronavirus would not affect us, I wass wrong the 1st case off infection in Ochten. If we can get infections in our small village, then its almost impossible to not get it.
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