Why This China Virus: The cause behind the panic—-its all about marketing more funding

I am proud to say I was one of the first in the country to call bullshit on the China Virus outbreak, well before weak kneed politicians started shutting down the American economy based on alarmist CDC employees over-hyping their field of endeavor in the same way that school teachers and other public employees do all the time, especially when they are looking for money. In this case, no matter which conspiracy we may entertain on political motives and global conflict after trade disputes, the World Health Organization and the Center for Disease Control did have an agenda and that was quite clear on the Netflix documentary that came out at the end of January and is directly related to the uniqueness of this particular Covid-19 “pandemic.” After my research into the matter I would point to two things that made this Coronavirus different from other pandemics and why we have shut down our economies around the world this time as opposed to in times past. The reason will piss you off dear reader, but maybe it should. We are the idiots who put our hands in the woodchipper to scratch an itch then wondered why the thing cut off our arms then drug in the rest of our bodies killing us. Its important to understand the hows and whys and as usual everyone has good intentions. However, as I always say, the path to Hell is paved with good intentions and lets face it, for the last several weeks, we have all been needlessly living in Hell and we have a good reason to be angry about it. But to understand the start of this story, you should watch two things, the video below which is an undercover story from 60 Minutes exploring the kind of Chinese wet markets where all these viruses start each year, then the Netflix series, “Pandemic” that was recently released and helped start the chain reaction of neurotic behavior that has essentially paralyzed our nation.

Basically, what started this mess was activists within the World Health Organization, some covering for China as part of their communist propaganda arm, and others who wanted to bring attention to the danger of the “wet markets” there. I understand and sympathize with the desire to halt the animal cruelty in China—bringing in poor animals from all over the world to be sold and eaten in raw form on those city streets from the thousands of “wet markets” all across China. For context, imagine a flea market only instead of yard sale junk, its animals that are sold for food and they are kept in angry cages filled with disease and despair. There are good people in the WHO who want to put an end to this behavior and I don’t blame them. But for them, they did resort to a kind of terrorism to change people’s behavior and you can bet they wanted to get the world’s attention which was behind their decision to make a big deal out of this Covid-19 as opposed to other viruses in the past. Of course, Bill Gates had his hand in this activism which is likely why he resigned from the Microsoft Board last week, things were getting a little hot and I don’t think any of these people meant to cause such a panic. Which of course is exactly what happened.

The other thing was the was the planned release of the Netflix series called Pandemic, which was released on January 22nd of 2020. Its production of course went well back into 2018 so this concept of preventive measures, of preparing for some mass viral attack has been brewing for a while. But if you watch the series you will see and hear a lot of the kind of radicalism that we have seen shut down our economy across the world since Netflix is easily downloaded in every home. The timing can’t be ignored. That was the vehicle that allowed this virus to step over the media and go straight to the consumer to directly feed the panic over the WHO announcing that the Covid-19 outbreak was a pandemic. When people wanted to know what a pandemic was, there was the show on Netflix to scare the hell out of everyone and start the chain reaction of panic that we have seen this time. If you step into the mind of the average health care worker and WHO activists they will likely say they were happy people overacted to this virus because the next one might really be dangerous and they are happy to bring awareness to people because they have been trying for decades to get attention on these important matters. The terrorism that costs everyone trillions of dollars is after all only money—by their rationalization—they only care to save lives which is the same excuse that politicians like Mike DeWine have used to justify their behavior. Like I said about the path to Hell, the paved road is covered with golden intentions, but ultimately it was terrorism.

At the heart of both cases, from the intentions of the filmmakers of Pandemic and the radicals at the WHO they want funding for their universal vaccine which was the point of the documentary. The World Health Organization officials had been trying for a very long time to get the world to do something about the terrible treatment of animals and source of so much disease in the wet markets and they have been successful now. I doubt they will apologize because they think they were right to cause all this mass panic to get their point across. Like all terrorists they think the end justifies the means and depending on your point of view, they could be heroes or villains. I can say that I don’t support the wet markets of China. I think the suppliers should be crushed with the same voracity as sex industry traffickers. But nobody has a right to shut down the American economy by playing on the fears and stupidity of politicians into overreacting the way they have, and exercising state controls to trample all over individual rights. Other places in the world do not have the kind of rights that we do in America, yet we have surrendered them all in the same way as the rest of the world has, and that has been a terrible thing. WHO radicals will say they are happy they got the Americans attention and they are delighted that they have managed to alter our lives for the “common good,” as defined by them of course.

Without question if we were to take Amy Acton, the health activist from Ohio out to Bob Evans for breakfast and get her to talk, she is one of these WHO people who want to shock people into preparation for the next possible outbreak. She would likely tell us that she’d rather save lives than lose them to under preparedness and that she was happy to find in Mike DeWine a gullible Christian governor who could align with her concerns to save such lives even if the alarm was overblown. As a radical she managed to get the issue on the table for people to talk about and from her perspective its all been very successful. This whole incident reminds me of when CNN produced that documentary against Sea World called Black Fish. Not many people watched it, but influencers did and from there policy was set and it ended up killing the Sea World stock almost destroying them as a company.

Activists at the WHO took notice and they produced the Netflix show Pandemic: How to Prevent an Outbreak with the same kind of action in mind, to attack the economies of the world and get people to pay attention to things they think are important at the expense of everything else. So, for those of you out there who want to know why this virus blew out of proportion and how we all came to this radical form of prevention all around the world at the same time, now you know. It wasn’t some master plan from the smart minds of the governments around the world, it essentially came from a Netflix documentary from a bunch of scientists looking for funding and a few rebels at the WHO that want to shut down the wet markets in China. And for all that, this is why things are the way they are today, with no end in sight. Once politicians got a taste of that intoxicating emergency power, it will be hard to take it away from them.

Rich Hoffman

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Jon Husted, Mike DeWine and Amy Acton, Don’t Lecture Us: Government tampering in a free market is the cause of all the misery

Friday was a stunning day, the whole week has been for all of us of course, but I know something about Jon Husted, the Lieutenant Governor in Ohio to Mike DeWine and he shocked me with a lecture about behavior in the press conference he did with the governor and the health freak Amy Acton hinting that Ohio might be next to submit to martial law if businesses didn’t behave themselves. I’ve met Jon on several occasions and have thought of him as a Tea Party conservative, and he was part of the way that the Republican Party sweetened the deal of getting behind the rino-at-best, Mike DeWine in the last election. But Jon sounded like some communist leader of some third world country right from the capital of Ohio and it was shameful. Despicable from a person who should know better. Where is the Jon Husted that we all know and love? Listen dude, we don’t need a lecture on proper behavior by some government official. Most of the reason people are suffering is due to the inaction of our leadership in the state and that isn’t something that you get to pawn off and lecture to us about how we should behave or when. It was Ohio government led by Amy Acton that has overreacted to this Covid-19 crises and put everyone at each other’s throats. It was mismanagement of the governor’s office that started this chain reaction all across the country and you have only yourselves to blame. President Trump promoted social distancing, you idiots took it 20 steps further and now the nation is in a competition not to get back to work, but to how close to martial law they can push it until people break and start fighting back against the government. The press conference was a disaster to say the least.

Here’s the problem, the whole driver of this extreme social distancing measure is to slow the spread of the virus Covid-19, because there is a fear, (not a fact) that hospital beds will be in short supply and government wants to manage the panic. But in so doing, you have created massive panic, really bad panic. So bad that I had to waste my time going to Wal-Mart with my wife last night to get food for the weekend because she was too scared to go by herself during the day while I was working—working to undo a lot of the mistakes this state government has placed on top of us economically. Supply chains all across the country are closing down because their states have declared stay home orders and its wrecking everything. The last thing I want to do on a Friday night is go to Wal-Mart because my wife was in such a panic that she was worried about being attacked over bread. And as I walked the empty aisles, caused by our Ohio government, the other people were also just as terrified—afraid to talk to each other, walking around with masks and afraid to make eye contact—and here we get a lecture about being civil from the Lieutenant Governor of Ohio on proper conduct. Are you kidding me? Wal-Mart closed at 8:30 PM on a Friday night, it felt a lot like we were living in a communist country, limited options, short supplies, dead spirited people—empty ambitions—all in just one week of activist Ohio government sticking its nose in business it didn’t belong in.

The hospital shortage of any kind is due to government interference. With every regulation is a barrier to capitalist response to any crises. The reason more people are not in the health care business to provide for surge protection from some virus outbreak is because government is too far involved. Medicaid expansion from the last liberal governor John Kasich is one of those bad decisions, where providing services has a cost that many potential doctors don’t want to deal with. Medicine should be as common as food. Government doesn’t decide how many fast food places are put on the corner of a highway exit, and it shouldn’t be tampering with the market of healthcare in any way. Because it does through much regulation, and the unions attached to the medical industry, it is slow to react to the needs of the public and the lack of innovation has provided an artificial constraint. That constraint is why we must worry about not having enough hospital beds for a virus surge. If the free market were more allowed to function in the field of medicine, we’d have a lot more options and wouldn’t have to shut down our state economy because of a shortage of hospital beds.

But who says we have a shortage of hospital beds? Amy Acton? She’s the person getting her information around the world from all these climate radicals who are using computer models to tell the story of an outbreak that they want to see happen, for their own political reasons. Why in the hell are you guys listening to her—because she’s a “professional?” Get fu**ing serious! Have you guys lost your minds? Just about everything the governor’s office has said this entire past week has been wrong from a supposed Republican free market capitalist point of view. This big brother government “knows best” position has been embarrassing. You might expect such nonsense by a liberal governor and their office, but not a solid Republican state like Ohio. Then to end a week of misery once many more have suffered the down effects of DeWine’s decision to lock down almost all economic activity with a lecture of how to behave and how we want to be remembered after this crises is over—if its ever over at all—was reprehensible. And yes, when will the crises ever be over? Are we going to track every virus that emerges for the rest of our lives? You can bet the news will try to provoke such a panic, look how successful they were with you guys in Ohio government.

Oh, I can hear your thoughts, you know more than we do, you’ve seen the models, you’ve heard the concerns, you’ve suffered losses from friends who are losing people to this terrible Covid-19 virus. Wrong, you have your face against the glass and you have let liberal activists push it so hard that your nose is breaking. You can’t see the forest for the trees because your looking in the wrong, panic driven direction. And its OK to make mistakes, which our Ohio government has, but its not OK to try to justify it with caretaking for the innocent. There are many more people suffering over a lack of food, jobs, and fear of an unknown that you guys have created than anybody suffering a respiratory problem who is in their 80s and may actually need a hospital bed due to Covid-19 to help with their breathing. Because the DeWine administration was suckered into this over-reaction, many more people are suffering needlessly, and yes, we expect you to know better than to bite on the hook that was placed in the water.

We don’t need a lecture from government on how to behave. The problems of this entire Covid-19 virus outbreak was caused by government standing in the way of capitalist enterprise and to hide that fact, government has shut down almost all economic activity. People are mad, they are getting angrier by the hour and that fault is on Ohio state government for mismanaging the Covid-19 outbreak. You took some direction from the Trump administration which is fighting its own battles with Doctor Doom at the CDC, and you guys went several steps too far and now you can’t easily put it back in the bottle. And instead of apologizing, you gave us a lecture.

Rich Hoffman

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