Author’s Introductory Note
Facts corroborated by official statements reveal that the Covid pandemic which served to justify the Lockdown is deceptive to say the least.
This article (based on Chapter III of my E-Book) will focus on the Corona Timeline starting in January.
These are some of the highlights:
1. A Covid Vaccine had already been envisaged months prior to the “official” discovery of the virus in Late December. It was debated at the annual World Economic Forum (WEF) meeting in Davos on January 21-24, 2020.
2. On January 30, 2020, the WHO confirmed that there were 83 positive cases outside China including 5 in the US, 3 in Canada, 4 in France, 4 in Germany.
Based on these ridiculously low numbers the WHO launched a Worldwide public health emergency (PHEIC)
4. On the following day, January 31st, 2020, President Trump decided to suspend Air Travel with China. The five WHO “confirmed cases” in the US were sufficient to “justify” a far-reaching decision which triggered a crisis in international trade and air travel, which is still ongoing, not to mention the bankruptcies of the airlines and the tourist industry.
5. On February 20th, the WHO Director General Tedros held a press conference warning that a pandemic was imminent, intimating “that the chance to contain the coronavirus outbreak..[is] closing” …: “I believe the window of opportunity is still there, but that the window is narrowing.”
These shock and awe statements have no scientific basis. On February 20, 2020, the recorded number of covid positive cases was ridiculously low: confirmed cases outside China was 1073 out of population of 6.4 billion.
Tedros’ statements nonetheless served to trigger the 2020 Corona Financial Crash. The fear campaign went into high gear. The evidence suggests that the stock market crisis was engineered. There was no cause for alarm. (See Chapter IV for details)
6. On March 11, 2020 the WHO Director General officially declared a Worldwide Pandemic at a time when the number of confirmed cases outside China (6.4 billion population) was of the order of 44,279 and 1440 deaths (recorded by WHO for March 11, see table right).