Lessons learned from the Chinese flu

The Scream by Edvard Munch The Scream by Edvard Munch, the absolute wrong response
to any emergency, and sadly the very response adopted across the Western World against COVID-19

The reflections on the lessons learned over the past year are just beginning: More evidence the COVID-19 panic was just that: an unwarranted panic. It’s about the US, but the message applies everywhere.

Three more stories in the past few weeks have proven once again what I and many others saw unequivocally more than a year ago: The panicky response to COVID was unwarranted and not based on the actual facts on the ground but on manipulated and unproven assumptions.

Those assumptions were touted for purely political reasons. Worse, too many Americans meekly accepted those assumptions without any of the kind of mature skepticism that is required of adult citizens in a democratic republic. The result: Our rights were violated and false and corrupt politicians gained power, power they eagerly abused.

And the conclusion.

Above all we must all recognize this very important fact: For more than a full year the constitutional rights of Americans have been badly violated and abused by politicians, mostly Democrats with a fair scattering of Republicans joining in, based on false premises and fake scientific claims. It was obvious before COVID reached our shores, during the epidemic, and now that it has receded that it was really nothing more than a variation of the flu, bad for older people but relatively harmless to everyone else. Panic was the last thing we should have done. We should have gone about our lives like normal, with the one exception of making sure we did not expose old people to the illness.

We did the opposite, and we did so because to many of us believed our so-called “experts,” Instead, those “experts” turned out to be false gods, liars who were not interested in serving the interests of the nation but their own corrupt greed for power.

I’m not sure we, as a society, have learned a thing. As for our enemies, they have learned a very great deal.

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33 Responses to Lessons learned from the Chinese flu

  1. Captain Katzenjammer says:

    It wasn’t an impromptu panic on the part of the public. It was a well strategised panic crafted for political purposes, a stampede initiated by creating a climate of panic.

  2. egg_ says:

    From previous, Mark Zuckerburg resembles The Scream these days.

  3. egg_ says:

    Scummo was the one who panicked here – Sydney Doctors “terrified” of the beer bug during a videoconference to his ‘National Cabinet”.

    “I’m a teapot!”, “I’m a teapot!”…

  4. Mike K says:

    It was largely a war on Trump but it took massive vote fraud to finally overthrow the American voters and their choice for president. Some evidence is seeping out in Arizona and New Hampshire but intense efforts are being made to suppress that evidence.

  5. Maniac says:

    It was a test and we failed it with flying colors.

  6. Penguinite says:

    Another NZ first!
    https://principia-scientific.com/lawyers-open-letter-to-nz-government-on-covid-vaccine-crimes/#comments
    And Indian Lawyers are suing their WHO representative for repressing Ivermectin use.

  7. alans says:

    all the “elite” have form in creating an atmosphere of blind panic amongst the herd; the “global warming” scam was just a taste of things to come. When the dust finally settles on this case of another flu bug, another issue will arise and relentlessly pursued by the MSM and elites.

  8. Roger says:

    Worse, too many Americans meekly accepted those assumptions without any of the kind of mature skepticism that is required of adult citizens in a democratic republic.

    This is the nub of it.

    Too many citizens have become too infantilised to participate in democracy, thus weakening our polity.

    Palaszczuk’s kindergarten teacher tone whenever she addressed Queenslanders on the virus response epitomised this development.

  9. Bruce of Newcastle says:

    One of the ironies of this is the Democrats hyped the virus as a way to get Trump out of office…so they could institute an even more fake crisis response to global warming.

    Which they are currently doing via a swathe of executive orders that are at least as damaging as the virus response.

    I just hope the public’s defrocking of the politicized experts extends to that load of green rubbish too.

  10. Gilas says:

    Maniac says:
    June 9, 2021 at 12:16 am

    It was a test and we failed it with flying colors.

    Correct! The sheeples deserve everything they’ll get.

    The high cost of rank apathy and general idiocy.

  11. flyingduk says:

    Some evidence is seeping out in Arizona and New Hampshire but intense efforts are being made to suppress that evidence.

    It was obvious on the night

  12. Shy Ted says:

    While the arch-villains of the piece are the polliars and MSM let’s not forget the absence of the legal profession who should have been front and centre exposing the criminality of the National Cabinet, quarantine and lockdowns, not forgetting Human Rights violations. But they weren’t. Just a coincidence they get some much of their $$$ directly or de facto from taxpayers via gummint. Julian Burnside, would you like to comment?

  13. Scott Osmond says:

    Lessons for the slow or those who weren’t paying attention over the last couple of decades. The experts are on the payroll and have been proven wrong about almost everything. The media are exclusively a propaganda and psy-operation for the ruling class. All that’s changed is they aren’t even bothering to pretend anymore.

  14. Spurgeon Monkfish III says:

    the COVID-19 panic was just that: an unwarranted panic

    I was stating this back in early March last year, when this hysterical idiocy was being dialled up to eleventy in this stupid, stupid country by the wailer in chief, that fat imbecile Goose Morristeen.

    Those stinking chinese communist bastards have learned a very important lesson from this. They can deliberately release and hype up these viral threats on a regular basis and western countries will inevitably panic (given this unprecedentedly idiotic response) and further weaken their already moribund economies and societies.

    Linking the schlockdown measures to combatting the equally imaginary threat of gerbil worming was a nice touch as well, so don’t expect this wondrous new totalitarian idiocy to go away any time soon.

    Too many citizens have become too infantilised to participate in democracy, thus weakening our polity

    Big Stupid Government will guide and provide for this now critical mass of morons, vomited into our lives courtesy of public edyookayshun and mass third world immigration.

  15. Spurgeon Monkfish III says:

    Julius Sideburn QC AO, would you like to comment?

    LOL. I haven’t forgotten that sanctimonious hypocritical imbecile’s monumental self beclownment last year when he was busted supporting Dunderhead Dan’s totalitarian idiocy.

  16. Spurgeon Monkfish III says:

    While he was president of the inaptly named “liberty victoria”…

  17. flyingduk says:

    Lessons for the slow or those who weren’t paying attention over the last couple of decades. The experts are on the payroll and have been proven wrong about almost everything. The media are exclusively a propaganda and psy-operation for the ruling class. All that’s changed is they aren’t even bothering to pretend anymore.

    +1

  18. Primer says:

    Lessons? The virus monger class have it confirmed for them yet again that the sheepies can be terrified on cue. Valuable information for their future planning.

    “The whole aim of practical politics is to keep the populace alarmed (and hence clamorous to be led to safety) by menacing it with an endless series of hobgoblins, all of them imaginary.” Mencken.

  19. Speedbox says:

    It was a test and we failed it with flying colors.

    Yes, absolutely, and we can all be certain that every government, opposition, despot and maniac on the planet observed the craven acquiescence of the populace and malicious obedience of the MSM. Politicized police services acted with impunity under the cover of the assorted Health Acts.

    Sure, there were the occasional pockets of resistance but mostly, they were quickly snuffed out by (often vicious) police enforcement.

    Covid has been a watershed in our freedoms and civil rights and many will never be fully recovered.

  20. Tombell says:

    So pleased Anastasia will be able to go to the Olympics….

    I think she only had the JAB cos she was caught out.

  21. Mango Man says:

    Almost 600,000 dead and it’s not over yet. Time to stop the madness.

  22. Chris M says:

    Yes but that’s just the beginning Mungo, in the end total deaths from the vaccine will be known.

  23. Chris M says:

    ‘never’ be known.

    It’s very difficult to pinpoint the cause of death that happens months after vaccination so they tend not to be recorded. Like that Duke guy, he was just old and due to die right.

  24. Up The Workers! says:

    We have learned nothing from the Chinese flu.

    We know that it originated in China – likely from Wuhan and that it was probably man-made or ‘tinkered-with’ by the hand of man.

    I see that one of the two major vaccine manufacturers supplying Australia with their expensive potions, in an effort to cut costs and further profit from this scam, has just licensed a Chinese firm to manufacture the vaccine and ship it under that Company’s name.

    Not only did the Chi-Coms create the initial disease, but they are now profiting by selling a so-called “vaccine” to the very same suckers infected by their initial disease – and if we looked a bit deeper, would we find that we are actually borrowing the money from the Chi-Coms to pay for it?

    No wonder the post-vaccine death-toll world-wide is as high as it is.

    Nothing but a massive Socialist Ponzi-scam.

  25. Kneel says:

    “.. likely from Wuhan and that it was probably man-made or ‘tinkered-with’ by the hand of man.”

    Gene sequence CGG CGG never appears in nature and is used when adding a gene, so that scientists can see that it went in and where it went in.
    COVID-19 virus has this sequence in it’s genome.

    But I’m sure that’s just a coincidence and nature finally decided to use it after 4 billion years of not using it.

  26. Delta A says:

    Excellent post and comments. Roger nails it:

    Too many citizens have become too infantilised to participate in democracy, thus weakening our polity.

  27. MACK says:

    There aren’t many infectious diseases experts in Australia who are 1. Knowledgeable. 2. Balanced. 3. Prepared to speak up.
    One of the few is Peter Collignon. Here are his views – in a medical journal but clearly written. https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/epdf/10.1111/imj.15287

  28. Chris M says:

    Thanks Bruce, coming to Federation Square, Melbourne. Dan’s hired goons are begging to be unleashed.

  29. Bruce says:

    Also, from a different China:

    The greatest leader is unknown to the people,
    a good leader is known and beloved,
    an adequate leader is treated with respect,
    a poor leader is treated with disdain.

    Trust in oneself is not sufficient.
    Indeed, the leader is not worthy of such trust from others.

    Self-effacing, the leader is careful with words.
    Fulfilling duties and accomplishing works for all people,
    who then will say that they did it all themselves.

    Tao Te Ching, Ch. 17

    See also:

    “Beware of ‘strong leadership’.

    You might just get it; good and hard.”

  30. Wally says:

    Sorry guys you are conflating the political with the practical, we had a “leak” from a quarantine hotel, it killed 800 old people like me. How many would have died if we let it circulate?

    I grew up in the 1950s watching children my age die of polio, TB, measles, chicken pox, pneumonia etc. vaccines and antibiotics have saved millions around the World since.

    Every vaccine and medicine ( the word drug is now is now just another name for fun) has its risks, taking it also has risks. How many die from flu each year in Aus? Hint more than the road toll.

    Did our health services and Governments get it wrong? Maybe, but with anything new it takes time. I have no doubt that there are more Australians walking around today than if they let it rip as most of you are suggesting. BTW I wouldn’t vote for theses monkeys running Victoria even though my Union tells me to.

  31. Kneel says:

    “It was a test and we failed it with flying colors.”

    I guess the definition of pass or fail depends on what you want – we passed, according to the Great and Fearless Leaders (all hail!). Personally, I think we DID fail, but they don’t.

  32. Kneel says:

    “I have no doubt that there are more Australians walking around today than if they let it rip as most of you are suggesting.”

    There is a significant difference between “letting it rip” as you describe it, and doing the right thing and giving advice to the public – be extra careful about hygiene, try to social distance etc. Instead we got mandatory social distancing and lockdowns (which don’t work), with the full power of the state behind them. I am waiting for someone who caught COVID during a lockdown to sue GovCo – they said the lockdown was to protect us, yet I still caught it despite suffering the consequences of the lockdown.

    As to vaccines – yes, they are great, and I have no problem taking many of them where they are proven to be safe and effective, and I am convinced I need it. It’s called “informed consent”. Whether I take one or not is my choice – my body is my sovereign responsibility, no-one else’s.
    If I am, say a Seventh Day Adventist, I might have a religious objection to being injected with anything.
    If I have certain auto-immune diseases or alergies, I might have been given medical advise against getting a COVID vaccine.
    In which of those two cases should I suffer being excluded from certain activities, and why (if that is so) one but not the other? If the former but not the latter are to be punished for refusing it, what if I ask my doctor for a certificate – he may decide that in his professional opinion, my mental health will suffer should I be forced coerced into taking the vaccine. Would that be OK?

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