The Coronavirus: My General Observations Concerning the Crisis

By Dr. John Reizer

The information I have written about this pandemic is my own opinion. There are others out there (the vast majority of healthcare professionals) who vehemently disagree with my writings. And that’s okay because I am not going to change their minds and they’re not going to change my opinion.

I usually refrain from watching mainstream media telecasts; however, due to the recent coronavirus pandemic, I have been watching some of the presentations to keep abreast of closures and other restrictions near me.

No matter what news channel I have accessed, it’s been 24-7 coverage of the crisis. There are so-called experts giving advice, teaching people how to properly wash their hands, and continuously warning the public not to touch their face.

There are constant updates about the symptoms associated with Covid-19. I keep hearing about sore throats, runny noses, fever, sneezing, etc. Incidentally, these are the same symptoms that the common cold produces in people. And there’s a good reason for this fact.  The coronavirus is the cause of approximately 20 percent of common colds humans experience. Many varieties of coronaviruses don’t affect people because our immune systems render them harmless.

Because many people in the general population have encountered the coronavirus before, in the form of common colds, there’s a pretty good chance they will have antibodies or similar viral DNA fragments present. This is likely to trigger false-positive test results in large numbers of the population for Covid-19.

I hear news anchors speaking about how Covid-19 affects everybody differently. They comment about how, in some people, the symptoms are very mild or not present. In others, the symptoms are severe. The coronavirus is not the problem. The problem has to do with how healthy a person’s immune system is working. Until humans can grasp this concept, they’ll be running away from germs forever, looking for face masks, hand sanitizers, and hazmat suits.

The entire planet has decided to allow world economies to crash and burn because of a common cold virus. The world has chosen to go crazy because of an illness that in 99 percent of the population will never trigger one symptom.

In a tiny portion of the community, a coronavirus might cause a few sniffles. In a smaller percentage of the population, people might experience a slight fever and congestion.

Temperature is the body’s natural, healthy response put forth by the immune system to destroy the virus.

Congestion is used by the body to sequester the viral invader from other parts of our anatomy that might be harmed from the infection.

In the smallest percentage of the population, severely immunocompromised patients, because of age, being overmedicated by suppressive drugs, and other factors will develop bronchitis and pneumonia that could lead to death. This is the way it has always been. It’s why millions of people die every year from the common cold, and why billions of others are never affected at all.

At this point, it’s nearly impossible, in my opinion, to get truthful information out there to the masses. The sheer power and far-reaching effects of the mainstream media are unmatched by anything or anyone attempting to voice an alternative opinion about what is transpiring worldwide.

I don’t know how much longer readers will be able to access this website. Readers are emailing me, explaining that the NoFakeNews.net posts are disappearing from most search engines.

I believe that any truthful information on the Internet is in the process of being censored by the powers that be in an effort to keep stories about the pandemic crisis in alignment with officialdom and what has been approved for distribution by whoever or whatever is running this incredibly complex television series taking centerstage.

I have been listening to a news press conference by the POTUS and other government leaders while working on this article. A good portion of the discussion has had to do with worrying about face mask shortages, increased testing for the American people, and DRUGS. They are assuring the American people that lots of DRUGS will soon be available to treat the coronavirus. They’re also discussing a new VACCINE that is being rushed to market in conjunction with the FDA. They’re trying to get these products on the market in record time.

Scary, scary stuff. Not the virus — the treatments that will be forthcoming.

What we are watching, with regards to this illness, is the creation of another intellectual property that will be owned by big pharma and will make them billions of dollars. I can see the colored-ribbon being sewn together in preparation for being raised on the flagpole, symbolizing the deadly Covid-19 virus.

Society, generally speaking, is afraid of germs. Once you believe tiny invisible microbes can make you deathly ill, the powers that be have won. Game over!

Be safe, everybody, and good luck!

5 thoughts on “The Coronavirus: My General Observations Concerning the Crisis

  1. Jason Walker March 19, 2020 / 11:40 am

    Where can we find you if this email distribution is no longer active?

  2. Wanda March 19, 2020 / 1:36 pm

    I agree with you Dr. Reizer, this media frenzy and panic sowing is way out of proportion to the cases of death reported. The flu or influenza is much worse yet no one pays any attention to it. My family and some co-workers ( we are a very small office) act like i am a conspiracy nut case – just because I report the facts as we now know of deaths from flu or H1N1 – but a lot of people are just like me thinking this reaction is crazy to destroy our entire country’s economy over.

  3. NoFakeNews March 19, 2020 / 2:06 pm

    Hi Wanda,

    Thanks so much for participating and for leaving your comment. I think it’s pretty apparent to anyone paying close attention that something strange is occurring.

  4. joodyboody March 22, 2020 / 8:54 am

    Glad to have found this site which was buried 6 or 7 pages deep in google. Just goes to show how the human race is so easily propelled into” chicken little” mentality.Have been guilty of it myself at times

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