I’m a chump.
I’m a chump because I want to believe in the goodness of our elite philosopher-kings.
Even though there is plenty of evidence that they are not good people, I still want to believe that they are.
I’m not ruthless enough.
This is a problem for me because our invisible elites are totally evil, totally ruthless and totally committed to their own power and glory.
The killing of Epstein, the burying of Hillary’s crimes, the jailing of Assange, the millions they’ve killed in foreign wars to enrich themselves is proof enough. I’m not even going to mention the false flag attacks on Pearl Harbor, the WTC, and the bin-Laden capture.
Given a choice between more power and glory for them and a higher quality of life for us, the elites will choose the former.
In a heartbeat.
Back in April and May, I and many others suspected that our elites were gaming the numbers with regard to COVID-19.
In spite of this I still wanted to believe that this pandemic was legitimate.
I tried diligently to apply the rules that we know about disease and its transmission.
I was a chump.
I tried in vain to explain what was before my eyes in terms of legitimate epidemiological principles.
I couldn’t do it.
There were too many conflicts.
The disease didn’t make any sense.
The disease still doesn’t make any sense.
It seems as if this COVID-19 pandemic is turned on and off like a light switch in different areas of the country at random.
No matter how hard you try, you can’t pinpoint any one factor that seems to apply uniformly to all areas.
Where I live in the Rio Grande Valley, the COVID-19 surge struck with a vengeance in mid-June. It appeared suddenly like a thief in the night.
It was as if somebody turned on a light switch.
We see this now in North Dakota, again, as if somebody turned on a light switch.
Can this surge be attributed solely to the cold weather?
We see almost nothing in Idaho. The daily death rate per million in Idaho is less than that of North Dakota, yet Idaho has twice as many people.
And what about Washington State? North Dakota has a daily death rate higher than Washington State which has ten times as many people.
Does it not get cold in Washington State?
Additionally, can a pandemic surge this rapidly?
If it can, then why didn’t we see a significant number of deaths in North Dakota last March. It wasn’t warm at all last March in North Dakota.
Plus, where would the virus come from? It’s not like North Dakota is a hotspot for tourists and people traveling through it. I don’t mean to disparage North Dakota, but people generally don’t plan trips to North Dakota. They usually think of Las Vegas.
And what about New York and New England at this time? It’s getting cold there, yet we don’t see anywhere near the significant rise in numbers.
Are we to believe that it’s just the carefulness of New Yorkers that’s preventing this rise? Maybe they were spellbound by the Emmy-winning performance of their governor.
Now, we know that a face mask is useless. You can’t blame this rise in North Dakota on the non-use of a face mask. There’s no science behind it.
For decades I, sans mask, was up and close and personal with coughing children in my office. I rarely got sick; I did not get sick because I washed my hands obsessively.
If the virus is being spread, it is probably being spread by fomites. Are New Yorkers being mandated to not handle credit cards?
Are New Yorkers more careful about washing their hands than the people in North Dakota?
There’s no science behind that either.
Okay, let’s return to the Rio Grande Valley where I live.
People down here attributed the surge in mid-June to the fact that Hispanic families have multi-generational households and that Hispanics have a greater incidence of diabetes.
The funny thing about that theory is that there was no surge in El Paso or Laredo in mid-June, and yet those cities are populated primarily by Hispanics.
So what’s going on?
Is this a multifactorial disease whereby we attribute a certain number of points to certain criteria, add them up and then produce the disease once a certain threshold is surpassed?
Go ahead and try to construct a formula, and I’m willing to bet that you can’t find a formula that works. I’ve tried in vain.
The disease makes no sense in a world of good people.
What does makes sense is an uncomfortable truth that I have come to believe. I don’t like coming to this truth, but the facts lead me nowhere else.
It makes sense to me that if the government can create a virus and seed it for their own purposes, they can continue to seed it.
Which is what I now believe.
I believe there is a high probability that our government, hijacked by Corporate America, is seeding this disease in various localities of the United States.
Can I prove this?
Then again, pediatricians seventy years ago knew that certain diseases had a genetic basis, but they couldn’t prove it.
It was only until the human genome was mapped and technology improved that they were able to prove it.
And so it is with COVID-19.
Our own government, hijacked by Palo Alto, Wall Street and Harvard, is pulling a coup d’état on the Constitution of the United States.
What they want is a complete re-ordering of society, and they are using the COVID-19 crisis, which they created, to achieve that.
Through their media they are creating fear.
Through their immoral dirty tricksters (the logical suspects would be the CIA), they are seeding the disease.
How would they seed the disease? They could do this in two principal ways: 1) sending people into the community who have COVID-19 in order to spread it, 2) sending in contaminated food through the grocery stores.
To control the number of COVID deaths, they can employ incentives for COVID-19 reimbursement.
They can up them or lower them when needed.
They can also control the number of deaths by sending in outside rubber-stamped federal nurses and doctors who can control the diagnosis and management of COVID-19.
Are there nurses and doctors who would act so unethically?
There sure are.
Adolf Hitler had no problem recruiting physicians to join the Third Reich’s program of genocide.
Can it happen here?
Is it happening here?
The COVID-19 crisis among other things, is a euthanasia program courtesy of the elites.
I don’t want to admit this though because I’m a chump.
But I must stop being a chump if I am to survive.
I must admit what I have seen and know to be true.
I knew early on that the celebrities were being used to sell the disease; their incidence of the disease was way beyond their percentage of the population.
I felt strongly early on that Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson did not have COVID-19.
I heard the reports of COVID-19 numbers being jacked up in New York back in March and April.
I saw Dr. Fauci, Presidential Medal of Freedom recipient and stooge of Corporate America, ramp up fear every day of the week for the past nine months.
I saw the censorship from Facebook and YouTube on any one who criticized the official narrative.
I saw the official doctors from the machine ridicule herd immunity.
I saw Dr. Fauci and crew automatically dismiss hydroxychloroquine as a potential treatment that should be explored. Perhaps it has no value, but to automatically dismiss its value is suspect.
I saw Fauci and the elites readily embrace a novel messenger RNA vaccine even though this new technology had not been thoroughly vetted and still has not been thoroughly vetted.
I saw the media ramp up fear any time that anybody got COVID-19 at a so-called super-spreader event even though there was no proof at all that the person contracted COVID-19 from that event.
I saw the elites get behind the canceling of school for America’s children even though there was little evidence that COVID-19 affected children to a significant degree.
I saw the fear being ramped up right before Thanksgiving in order to get Americans to cancel their Thanksgiving holiday.
I saw the governor of New York send COVID-19 patients back into nursing homes only to increase the death rate of the elderly.
I saw Boris Johnson claim that he was at death’s door step only to be saved by British doctors. Less than two weeks later he gave a speech in which he didn’t cough once. Nor was he short of breath.
I saw Donald Trump perform the same comedy act as Boris Johnson. Trump claimed that he had COVID-19. But then he miraculously recovered.
I saw the main stream media avoid any serious discussion of the deleterious effects of the lockdown. There was very little talk of suicides, spousal abuse and child abuse. Did you receive an inordinate number of Amber alerts back in April and May? I’ll bet you did.
I read the analysis of the pandemic of 1918 and noted that at no time was society shut down. I knew immediately that the lockdown was based upon theoretical modeling, not upon practical experience.
I read a study of the 2003 SARS epidemic where it was noted that heat and humidity protected the people. If that was the case, then why didn’t Dr. Fauci recommend that elderly New Yorkers move down to warmer climates?
I saw, knew or heard of a team of outside doctors and nurses, whose credentials were rubber-stamped by the federal government, move into the Rio Grande Valley in mid-June, July and August while we were having the surge.
I saw the posts, with pictures, on Facebook of allegations of substandard care being delivered in the Rio Grande Valley during this COVID-19 surge.
I’ve had one COVID-19 afflicted parent who worked as a nurse in one of these hospitals refuse to be treated in the hospital for fear of dying. That parent felt the imported nurses were not being aggressive.
I’ve had another parent confide to me her concerns that her family member was not treated aggressively enough before he succumbed to COVID-19.
I don’t know what to make of these anecdotal accounts, but they provoke my interest.
There are innumerable things that don’t make sense in this pandemic.
I am a chump for ignoring those things.
But I will be a chump no longer.
It has come time for me to stop being a chump and to admit the truth.
Our invisible elites, at a higher level, want this pandemic, they are creating this pandemic, and they will keep this pandemic going until they completely re-order society.
These people are evil. They’re sick, and they are not qualified to rule.
What they are trying to create is a corporate-run society where they will be permanent rulers with everyone else a serf on their corporate plantation.
Their goal is to eliminate all small businesses in the United States.
They don’t want any independent restaurants. They don’t want any independent doctors. They don’t want any independent anything.
What they want are unemployed serfs who can be used as a pretext for “fixing” things.
Our elites will create equal misery for everyone with the exception of themselves.
Even as this pandemic was raging, they sat by as statues of our most revered leaders were torn down.
They did little as thugs burned down our cities and branded America as racist.
There was no talk of super-spreader events when the protesters were out in force. Such talk was reserved for Republicans, churchgoers, and fun-loving motorcyclists.
And now they have their new leader who believes in the panacea of the face mask.
This man, Biden, was elected by the mail-in ballot.
Apparently polling places were viewed as super-spreader events.
The resulting] numbers were as phony there as they are for the COVID-19.
Let’s look at some numbers side by side. Here they are as of 11/26/20.
So why are the two states, Washington and New York, that got hit hardest early on in the COVID-19 crisis doing so well?
Is it because the citizens of Washington state and New York are super-cautious and good citizens?
That’s what the authorities are trying to sell us on their path to a permanent lockdown. Be like the good citizens of New York and Washington state and all will be well.
As for me, I think it’s poppycock.
Are you seriously going to tell me that the state of New York that is 20 times the size of North Dakota has a new daily death count per million that is 1/8 that of North Dakota? Is that what you were trying to sell me?
Well, as we used to say in the 1960s, If that’s the case, I have a bridge for you.
What it sounds like to me is that our elites don’t like the Founding Fathers; they don’t like the American experiment; they don’t like people having the liberty to make their own way in life; they don’t like religion, except their Marxist variety; they don’t like Thanksgiving which to them is a symbol of European oppression; they don’t like any General (forget about Lee; they hate Grant also) that reminds them of the Civil War and slavery, not because they are opposed to slavery but because it is a reminder of their ancestors who instituted it; they don’t like a Christmas holiday that might remind people of a liberator; they don’t like Columbus who they consider a genocidal maniac (strangely enough, they don’t have any problem with the millions they’ve dispatched of in the Middle East); they don’t like the First Amendment; they don’t like any amendment. To them the Bill of Rights was a mistake.
This COVID-19 crisis is their big chance to fix everything they don’t like.
It’s as obvious as Karl Marx was wrong.
I’m a chump if I bury my head in the sand and give them the benefit of the doubt.
Thankfully I am a chump no more.
Archer Crosley, MD
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