Chinese Coronavirus Hype At All-Time High

By Dr. John Reizer

Author of The Target List Novel

The powers that be have taken the Chinese coronavirus scare campaign to an all-time high. The way the story is being portrayed by the mainstream media, regulatory agencies, and others that exert great influence on the collective psyche of healthcare consumers, it is clear that this subject is purposely being blown out of proportion.

According to a recent article in the New York Times, 360 have died and 17,000 are infected from the coronavirus. There is also talk about the virus becoming a pandemic because of active epidemics taking place simultaneously on two or more continents.

What does all of this scary information really mean for most people? The short answer, not too much.

An epidemic by definition means that there is one more case occurring in an area than normally expected by health agencies. If zero cases are expected in a region and you have one case, that can technically be considered an epidemic. If you have several of those situations occurring at the same time on different continents, you can technically refer to that situation as a pandemic. Theoretically, you could have a world pandemic occurring when only two or three cases of a new condition are taking place. It’s important to be familiar with the lexicon of a profession before getting emotional about certain buzz words being tossed around in the news.

So, let’s take a look at the raw numbers being thrown around by the scaremongers; the ones directing the daily medical drama on the news networks about the coronavirus. The stock markets are tumbling and the sky is falling because 360 people have supposedly died from the coronavirus.

But how do we know these people have died from the coronavirus? How have these people been tested for the virus and are the tests reliable? Do we blindly trust the sources giving us the information?

Mostly, these people have died from pneumonia or respiratory challenges. There’s no sure way to determine that the pneumonia was from the coronavirus. The deaths could have come from bacterial infections that caused pneumonia, cold infections that caused pneumonia, or from air pollution that caused pneumonia with no ties to bacterial or viral microbes whatsoever. Incidentally, air pollution in China is a very serious problem and many people there succumb to pneumonia caused by air pollution every year.

The point is, it’s easy to fudge results when it comes to viral epidemics. The same things are done in the US every year concerning influenza reporting. There are lots of people mistakenly counted as having influenza. In reality, they don’t have the flu. They have other conditions that cause respiratory problems. The numbers are inappropriately padded during the flu season to help sell vaccines and other drug products.

But for the sake of this discussion, we’ll pretend that 360 people have died globally and 17,000 others have become infected. Don’t get me wrong, I am sorry 360 people have died from the virus. But that’s a pretty small number of victims to be getting all this attention. We’re talking about the entire world. If we put all the victims and sick people supposedly infected with coronavirus in a minor league baseball stadium, there’d still be a lot of empty seats.

The common cold kills many thousands of immunosuppressed patients each year. It’s hard to get an accurate number because there are no vaccines for the common cold, so you don’t see the scary numbers being hyped by regulatory agencies when it comes to cold viruses. They only hype what they have a vested interest in promoting. That would be profitable viruses like influenza and in the future, the coronavirus because they can promote antiviral medicines and toxic vaccinations.

In reality, the common cold will kill many more people this year than the coronavirus. The common cold deaths are often reported as influenza cases or other diseases that are being promoted to sell whatever the powers that be want to be marketed.

The current media blitz regarding the coronavirus is akin to another 911 event. It has been designed to bring fear and uncertainty to the masses. It will create for those running the show an opportunity in the future to push the medical agenda of making vaccines mandatory for everybody. It will do this just as 911 gave the American public a reason to support endless wars in parts of the world that we shouldn’t be involved with.

I’m not going to be able to convince the majority of people out there that they’re being hoodwinked and played like a violin, but that’s what’s happening. This is a psyops screenplay and we are in a movie. There are writers, directors, producers, and actors. And most importantly, there are people in the audience taking in the daily drama. The story is getting bigger and the drama more intense.  Are you scared?