COVID-19 Video Worth Watching and Considering

Face Book has this marked as ‘fake.’  Well, I’m done arguing with people about FaceBook and its ‘fact-checkers.’  If you trust them, then there is no need to read anything on this blog.  However, if — like me — you sense that there is just something not right about COVID-19, or the narrative that we are being fed by those who claim to be in positions of authority, then I’d like to invite you to watch this video and use it as a starting point for your own research.  Seriously, start looking into the claims made in this video and prove the man wrong.  If you cannot, then you have to ask yourself this very important question…If I cannot prove this video is factually incorrect, then what do the charges and accompanying implications made in this video suggest about those people who present themselves as ‘authorities?’  And how must I respond to the answer to that question?

 

Face Book claims that this video is wrong when it says the COVID-19 virus is man-made.  I will admit, there are a lot of sources claiming to have the official, ‘scientific’ answer to this question, and they claim the answer is: NO!  COVID-19 is NOT man-made.  But then there are the voices which disagree….

“The virus is not of natural origin and did not emerge in Wuhan”

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Here is the problem, and the way they are using misinformation against us.  They are telling us that the virus is naturally occurring, and that it was NOT made in the lab.  But this is not exactly what the whistle blowers are warning us about.  What people are trying to explain is that this virus has –in fact — been modified.  What people have done is something called ‘addition of function’ 9or terms to this affect).  In short, people in a lab made the virus so it could do more than it naturally could do when they found it.  So, the denials are not exactly accurate, themselves — because they deny something that is not actually being said.

There’s one more point of interest here.  I keep folders with links to stories I might want to reference in future posts.  In trying to add links to early stories about people trying to warn us that COVID-19 is not entirely of natural origin, I discovered that nearly all of them have been scrubbed.  Make of it what you will, but I find the number of COVID-related stories that are being scrubbed from the internet to be a little unsettling.