Tuesday, April 21, 2020

SARS 2003: Fraud, and the Credibility of the World Health Organization

 12 Thought-Provoking Quotes From 1984, by George Orwell | Writer's ...

Protests against the COVID imprisonment are spreading across America.

—Bright lights starting to dispel the darkness.

These protests are fracturing the illusion that we’re in the grip of a virus that dictates economic suicide.

Here, from the US Library of Congress, is a sentence about the Great Depression of the 1930s:

“In a country with abundant resources, the largest force of skilled labor, and the most productive industry in the world, many found it hard to understand why the depression had occurred and why it could not be resolved.”


  1. Unfortunately it is looking more and more like George was an optimist.................

  2. Regarding the Great Depression, when it was about to end, it
    was intentionally prolonged.

  3. The Great Depression would have ended in 36' but d/t FDR,
    its misery was extended to 43'.