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COVID 19 Is An Overblown Case of the Flu

Updated: Oct 19, 2022

For the last year and some change, we have been force fed that COVID 19 is some serious disease that we should all be Deathly afraid of. What is it really, though?

For the answer to that, we'll examine the origins of the so-called SARS CoV 2 Virus. SARS CoV 2 is a newer variant of SARS CoV. SARS CoV was a virus that caused a massive outbreak in 2003. The SARS CoV virus was thought to have disappeared, but that's not the case. The virus was latent in a population of Palm Civets that inhabited the Singapore region.


Palm Civets are Big Business in China and the South Pacific. The seeds they eat are harvested from their feces and used for very expensive coffee. Palm Civet musk is used in expensive fragrances from Dior, Lancome, and others. You get the point. Palm Civets were responsible for a resurgence of SARS CoV infections in Guangdong, China in 2005. Palm Civets are herbivore/carnivore hybrids. Among their favorite meals in Singapore are Intermediate Horseshoe Bats.


The Intermediate Horseshoe Bat is a species of bat native to eastern Asia. These bats are known to carry many diseases, among which are Influenza A and MERS that caused an outbreak in 2016.

The Wuhan Virology Institute is known for studying zoonotic transmissions of viruses. One important player in that game is a woman called Zheng-Li Shi. Shi published a paper detailing the fact that a new SARS CoV virus she came across has an uncanny resemblance to a strain of bat Influenza called RaTG13. She noted this as odd, because this new CoV was way more virulent than normal.


Other doctors in Wuhan later studied a strain of SARS that originated in Palm Civets that were confiscated from a restaurant in China. According to this research journal (Wang2018_Article_SerologicalEvidenceOfBatSARS-R.pdf), both strains of SARS were able to infect humans. Somehow, and the details are sketchy at this point, the two viruses got fused. Whether the scientists did it, or it happened inside the palm civet while it was enjoying one of its favorite meals, is uncertain, but it created a new strain that had the genome markings of both strains of SARS, but was watered down by RNA from Bat Influenza. This new virus, later to be dubbed SARS CoV 2, had escaped the Wuhan Virology Institute and started spreading around Wuhan, China. Dr. Anthony Fauci, who funded the study of the two SARS viruses with plenty of cash from Peter Daszak of the EcoHealth Alliance (that was funneled to Zheng-Li Shi), got wind of the virus' escape in early December. Instead of immediately notifying Alex Azar of HHS, he sat on the information. The virus was allowed to travel around the world, sickening many millions, but mainly killing the elderly.


When the virus arrived in America, many got sick, but not many died. It was though to be a strange case of Influenza B. Governor Cuomo and other democrat governors used this opportunity to kill many thousands of elderly in New York's (and other states) Nursing and assisted care facilities. Armed with this high death count, the government moved to lock down the population and bring the economy to a halt. During this time, it seems that the CDC all but stopped tracking flu cases. The total flu count for influenzas A&B for all of America in 2020 was just 74. This means either one of two things: Either the CDC is asleep at the wheel, or COVID 19, the disease caused by SARS CoV 2 is nothing more than a glorified strain of the flu. I tend to think it's the latter. What do you think? Leave your comments and guesses below in the comments section.

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