News & Developments

Sunday, Feb. 2 to March 1, 2020 -- For the past two months, we've been monitoring the Wuhan coronavirus situation from a distance. In 2005 I happen to finally get around to reading Laurie Garrett's The Coming Plague (1994), which does nothing if not give you a nasty sense that something like this was coming down the pike. What I wasn't aware of -- certainly not prepared for -- was the high degree to which the crisis would be engineered. (You owe it to yourself to see a well-crafted video that Infowars has created that covers crucial facts.)
The other reason I didn't comment earlier is because I needed time to sift through all the reports, many of which were either inconsistent, incongruent, or obviously penned by government propagandists. In the end, I decided to work through a network of Chinese associates who are on the ground in Wuhan and other affected areas of China. Before proceeding, I encourage you to read the previous post, CoronoVirus: Truth vs. Medical Propaganda.
Unlike other posts, this is one I will be updating periodically, as new information comes out of China and other affected areas. Remember, in times like this, you are more likely to get an accurate picture of what's going on if you are networking with friends and avoiding pre-scripted, pre-programmed nonsense from the mainstream media. It's all fake news now. There is nothing truthful coming out of the mainstream media.
More than ever before, you need to be careful who you trust. Your life -- and that of your family members -- may depend on it. Since no one I am communicating with want's their name aired in public, what you see below is an organized compilation of the best information I'm getting:

March 1, 2020
February 29, 2020
February 28, 2020
  • The Virus Crisis Is Underestimated -- This one from Paul Craig Roberts. He recounts an open letter from a Dr. Marc G. Wathelet, a Belgian-American scientist who spent a "dozen years leading a group studying human coronaviruses including the one responsible for the SARS outbreak in 2003." The letter is addressed to the Belgian Minister of Public Health. If you read the letter to completion, you get the distinct impression that the public penchant for electing officials to public office who are breathtakingly stupid is going to be their downfall. If you contemplate what this pandemic means just in terms of the scarcity of doctors, hospitals, and medical supplies relative to the size of the disaster, you soon come to the conclusion that the English dictionary needs a new word. A rough definition of that word is: "completely and irreversibly f***** in a way that few people ever thought possible."
  • DOW DROPS 1,190 POINTS -- WORST DECLINE IN HISTORY -- Guggenheim's Scott Minerd Calls Coronavirus "Possibly The Worst Thing I've Ever Seen" -- Reflections on yesterday's historic drop. The previous day, Trump was urging his fellow Americans to "buy on the dip." I'm not an anti-Trumper, but good thing this guy isn't a stock broker. Pivotal quote: "Scott Minerd: You know one thing Joe, I'll tell you, that I have not said to anyone else in public, this is possibly the worst thing I've ever seen in my career. I've been through a lot. I've been through the stock market crash in '87. I went through the financial crisis. This has the potential to reel into something extremely serious." Oh really? It's that obvious? Gotta love these TV geniuses. What a job they do of putting the "sapiens" back in the "Homo." Makes you so proud!
  • AP Confirms: Democrats Are Lying to the Public About Coronavirus Readiness -- AP would only put this out if the lying was so aggregious and so intensely outrageous that even Democrat allies couldn't sign on board. Everything is now one guy's fault, even if he isn't even tangentially related to it. The logic runs something like this: "Last night, I drank so much whiskey that I pee'd in my bed. But it was Donald Trump's fault. He made me urinate against my will!"
  • Bank Of America: "Nowhere To Hide" -- "Our forecasts do not incorporate a global pandemic that would basically shut down economic activity in many major cities . . ." There's nothing like a 3,000 point drop in the market in one week for financial analysts to see a 50 point increase in their collective IQ's.
  • It Begins: Hawaii Stores Empty Out On Coronavirus "Panic Buying" -- Shelves are being emptied of EVERYTHING you'd need for an emergency like this . . . toilet paper, hand sanitizers, alcohol, bottled water, Chlorox, soap . . . condoms . . . Let's get our priorities straight!
  • 2 California Community College Students Exposed To Mystery Coronavirus Patient; S.Korea Nears 1,000 New Cases In 48 Hours: Live Updates -- Host of countries now reporting Coronavirus cases. HHS says risk to public remains "low." (Somebody's angling to nab a Darwin Award this year.)
February 27, 2020
February 26, 2020
February 25, 2020
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February 21, 2020
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February 14, 2020

February 13, 2020
  • 1981 novel predicts Wuhan Virus? Shut up, conspiracy theorist! Here's one that will peg the needle on your weird-shit-o-meter. As reported two days ago in ZeroHedge, "In a bizarre coincidence, a 1981 fictional novel, The Eyes of Darkness, by Dean Koontz predicts a Coronavirus-like outbreak and its origin. The book talks about how the virus called Wuhan-400, was developed in military labs around the Chinese city of Wuhan from where it got its name. [Predictive programming always employs number games. Divide the year 2020 in half and multiply = 400]. The top secret information of the biological weapons program is later acquired by US intelligence from a Chinese defector. The American military is ultimately successful in creating a vaccine which the Chinese could not." . . . They teach in Vedic studies that all information -- past, present, and future -- is contained in the "Akashic Records" and occasionally inquiring minds can access what resides there, out of the reach of the mass majority of people. Great inventors are said to access it. Then again, these nefarious governmental programs are planned so many years in advance, maybe the author just had some good intel . . . If we apply Occam's Razor, which explanation sounds more plausible?
  • Golly Gee . . . this sounds serious. In Shocking Admission, WHO Advisor Says Coronavirus May Infect Over 5 Billion People -- A billion here and a billion there, and pretty soon you're talking big numbers.
  • Reporter Claims Authorities "Hiding" 300 Coronavirus Cases & 1 Death In Shanghai -- Included in this report, Trump says he believes China is handling the epidemic "professionally." Yeah . . . We need to add a new word to the English dictionary that means "underreporting on steroids!"
  • World's Leading Manufacturer (that would be China) Running Out of Body Bags -- The title of this video is Funeral - Crematoriums working 24-7. Virus? What virus?
  • China Has Ground To A Halt: "On The Ground" Indicators Confirm Worst-Case Scenario -- I think the use of pollution data to get to the real truth as to what's going in China was pretty smart. The prognosis: not good.
February 12, 2020
  • NO! . . . THEY'RE TELLING THE TRUTH! . . . CENSOR THEM! Senator Cotton Urges China Travel Ban in Wake of Coronavirus -- Senator Tom Cotton is the junior Republican senator from Arkansas. So -- get this -- last week he puts out a scathing indictment of all the disinformation that's being pout out about CoronaVirus . . . Big deal, right? . . . Nothing to write home about there!
    The reason this deserves attention is because not less than three of my associates have posted this video and their FB accounts have been suspended. The most recent message says: "Watch this before FB bans it ... don't put it publicly on your wall either, as apparently people who've put it on their FB walls have been banned and the video removed, but you can send it in Messenger." My advise: always pay more attention to the things that the Elite want censored. [See also on Vimeo]
  • CHECKMATE: You need to really understand the subtleties of this post, entitled, China's Fatal Dilemma to understand the severe implications of the current epidemic. To save itself economically, China must "reopen its doors to commerce" as quickly as possible, before the entire country implodes. On the other hand, if it does -- (continuing with narratives that are laughably unreal) -- it risks creating a pandemic that is orders of magnitude more severe than the 1917 Spanish flu, which killed millions. Moreover, the gravity of the lies that are necessary to sustain this attempt at self-preservation will be so great that no one -- no person, no organization, no government -- will ever believe anything the Chinese government ever says again. Moreover, no foreigner will be able to travel there without knowing they are at grave risk.
  • My friend, Dr. Richard Sauder, presents his own position on this designer bug with the latest entry in his Event Horizon Chronicle blog.
February 11, 2020
February 10, 2020
February 9, 2020
  • Beijing starts rounding up sufferers and videos show hazmat suit-clad goons dragging people from their homes -- I had some readers questioning the comments by Chinese associates to me that the government was rounding up virus sufferers and taking them directly to crematoriums. This Daily Mail piece says as much while reporting that Chinese officials are dragging people from their homes against their will. Virus sufferers are seen running away from Chinese officials as if their lives depend on it. Could it be because their survival DOES depend upon escape?
  • 50,000 New Infections / Day in China? -- Note the 10 Key Video Points:
    --- 50,000 new cases a day in China
    --- Infections doubling every 5 days
    --- Death rate is still unknown
    --- China likely to peak in March
    --- Epidemic peak is still a month away
    --- Very hard to control this epidemic as they did with SARS 15-20 years ago
    --- Cases are always underestimated
    --- Death delays are as long as three weeks
    --- Reported deaths outside China are not reassuring because of delays
    --- We still don't know the full effects
February 8, 2020

February 7, 2020
February 6, 2020
  • Picture above courtesy of ZeroHedge. Article: Is This A Hospital Or A Coronavirus Deathatorium?
  • I just got back from visiting a Chinese friend in Loja, who revealed the following from his own friends in Wuhan:
  • The numbers of infected and dying continue to explode.
  • Word has gotten out that the military is involved and after someone gets diagnosed with CV, they are immediately taken to the crematorium and -- in many cases -- BURNED ALIVE! Moreover, no attempts are being made to identify those who are being incinerated. There are too many being cremated, apparently, to go to the trouble. My friend insists that unless you understand the Maoist thinking of those at the top of "Chincom" (Chinese Communist Party), you will not be able to understand how this is acceptable.
  • Consequently, the word on the street is: "Stay away from the hospitals, because people go IN, but almost NOBODY comes back out!"
February 5, 2020
  • The first article (ZeroHedge) is a thoughtful analysis that destroys the "nothing burger" position. Those who think this is nothing but "doom porn" have good historical precedent for taking that position. The problem here is that the accumulating news to date is favoring the position that this is, indeed, a serious problem. I could have posted 20 other good articles and reports today about coronavirus. These two -- in terms of substance -- bested the others. See: The Lies We Are Being Told About Coronavirus. The numbers coming out of China don't add up. Read: There Is Something Very Strange In The Latest Chinese Official Coronavirus Numbers. All of this supports an obvious position I argued in The Joys of Psychopathocracy: indeed, the purpose of the news is to test your stupidity and measure your gullibility.
February 4, 2020
February 3, 2020
Up to February 2, 2020
  • Source: Although the original source of this virus can be debated -- (there are accounts supporting both the Canada and Russian germ warfare labs theories). It doesn't matter. In its current form, the coronavirus was developed at the Wuhan Bioweapons Laboratory in China.
  • Phenomenal Incubation Period: This strain may be one of the most destructive to the host organism -- if not THE most destructive -- ever produced. The incubation period is phenomenal. It can reside in the body for two weeks or longer before any symptoms manifest, giving the infected person the opportunity to spread the virus to the greatest number of other people. It was pre-designed to maximum both transmission and kill rates.
  • Ease of Spreading: Like most viruses, its spreasd is airborne. An infected person puts out millions of viruses when he coughs in the simple act of breathing. Additionally, this virus can be transmitted from infected surfaces. Let us presume, for example, that you use a public bathroom and touch a surface that an infected person has touched. You can contract the virus in this fashion, as well.
  • HIV genome embedding into this Coronavirus is not a false narrative. Infowars particulars on this is largely correct, as is the original report that the MSM is so petrified that this information will get out that they are suspending alternative media like ZeroHedge for reporting accurate information on the Coronavirus.
  • The attack is coordinated: This morning -- Feb. 2 -- one of my contacts in China indicated that their government has just announced that the Avian influenza (H5N1) has returned. This virus is deadly to most birds. It is also deadly to humans and other mammals that catch the virus from birds.
  • High "morph rates" -- The virus can morph nearly a dozen times before the symptoms manifest.
  • Mandatory vaccinations coming. Look for "authorities" to push the need to get everyone "vaccinated" -- oblivious to the fact that no vaccine can target all the different versions of this virus that are already in the public.
  • Coronavirus' spread being aided by a lack of supplies -- It isn't just face masks that are in short supply. The quarantines themselves are making the distribution of medical supplies in the affected areas of China impossible. Some of my sources in China are indicating that the best supplies are being sequestered for the politicians and other powerful interests. "They are stealing the very supplies that are needed by the people to address this outbreak properly."
  • Traditional Chinese medical doctors rebelling. -- I have reports that the traditional Chinese medical doctors (like ourselves) have effective cures. Normally, they are kept away from the large govnerment hospitals, which have cozy arrangements with the pharmaceutical companies, as in most industrialized nations. Seeing how inept those in the organized medicine are at dealing with this epidemic, traditional doctors are "violating the rules" and treating people outside the "authorized system."
  • Government legitimacy under question. Recognition that the government is not concerned about the welfare of the common man is an "exploding meme" throughout the country. Political implications will be far-reaching and long-lasting.
  • Production capability plummeting. Plants are closing throughout the country. One Chinese associate told me that at the end of this week, national manufacturing capability could be of by 2/3rd. My immediate response was, "That can't possibly be the case." My associates's response: "No. Listen. This is worse than you think. Worse than is being reported. I know your worldview, Greg. You correctly understand that governments have tendency to hype things to scare people into submission. But every trend has an exception. This is a very big exception. I can't use words in English to tell you how much this tragedy is being downplayed."
  • Dead Toll: Already 100,000's -- I told a Chinese associate about a report posted on Steve Quayle's site (since taken down) that over 16 million in China were already dead. My associate replied, "Look -- that part IS bullshit. It's bad, but not that bad."
    I replied, "Well, with all but two provinces in China under lockdown, can ANYBODY come up with reliable figures?"
    "I see your point," said my contact, "It's difficult and it's bad, but not that bad yet."
    "So with everyone you're communicating with there, do you have a sense of where the fatality figures are?"
    "Probably just a few hundred thousand people are dead."
    A long pause ensued.
    "Only . . . You're saying . . . A few hundred thousand . . . only."
    "Look, Greg. You better tell your associates to brace themselves. When this thing is over . . . we're looking at tens of millions, if not hundreds of millions of dead -- globally. I hope I'm wrong but the trend lines that are emerging are such that you would have to back to your 1918 Spanish influenza to find anything close this. Please. Trust me. I know my epidemiology. That epidemic -- just a century ago -- killed 50 million people worldwide. It was caused by the H1N1 virus, and was largely created by natural causes. This time we're dealing with a designer bug that is a much greater threat to public health than H1N1. To put things in perspective, H1N1 was armed with bows and arrows. This coronavirus is armed with nukes."
  • Chinese workers -- where possible -- are angling for "stay at home work." -- Wherever possible, Chinese workers are attempting to work from home. Everyone is afraid to participate in work situations where they are increasing their potential exposure. The end result is that businesses are closing down at a phenomenal rate, and this, too, is being dramatically underreported.
  • Market meltdowns coming. The implications of the foregoing on markets should be clear by now. I'm not saying we're going to see a 6,000 point drop this week -- (listen closely to the first 1:40 to get a sense of what I'm talking about -- ignore the rest, since the remainder of this YouTube is Bitcoin nonsense and other promotional claptrap).
  • Our test got out of control!. One of my most confidential sources is telling me that the view of high level military in China is that this was a "test that got out of control." I asked for an explanation: "Everyone here with any degree of connection to the government knows that this was a home-grown bug. The Wuhan lab has had three leaks previous to this, but nothing that comes close to this in its implications. The top leadership here are dyed-in-the-wool Maoists. They still cling to Mao's philosophy. They wanted to run low-level tests to see if the virus was effective. What you are seeing are unintended consequences. You might think otherwise, but this is not what the leadership here was shooting for. By Maoists, I mean that the governed are viewed as sources of labor. They are not committed to the prosperity of the people. Prosperity for those at the top? Yes. Propersity for anybody else? No. Wuhan is a properous area. There is -- or was -- a lot of money there. There's a lot of young, educated, computer savvy kids, right there in the middle of China. The "Chicom" (Chinese Communist Party) decided to run tests in a part of China where the population are most removed from their Maoist ideals. They thought they could control the results, and you are seeing the results. They now realize that they made a grave error in judgement.
    "Try to remember that no other government is as committed to population control as the Chinese. What other government on earth has had a long-standing "one child policy" -- like China had for years? The leadership here genuinely feels that if they could cut China's population by 50%, it would make governing much easier. You cannot understand what is happening unless you understand their mindset and point of view."
  • People becoming increasingly suspect of the motives of the police, -- example.
  • "Scare tactics" view looking less likely. -- I have enormous respect for both Paul Craig Roberts and Jon Rappoport -- both on record that Coronavirus is just another scare tactic to prepare people for more authoritarianism. Like Alex Jones, I held to this as the strongest possibility until last week. I have had to abandon this position as more associates who are actually in China provide details that are not supporting this narrative. I hope that Roberts, Rappoport, and "Moon of Alabama" are right. I would genuinely like to think that Conoravirus is a "big nothing burger." Nonetheless, the affirmation of associates in China who say that official figures on anything connected to this epidemic are woefully understated concerns me. Hence, my taking the time to pen these Coronavirus pages.
  • Continuing . . . ---

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