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  1. The Emperor has no clothes…. This is simply a mind virus, leading to their New World Order totalitarianism……. 1984 – Brave New World…. Training subconscious to be obedient to authority.
    Gov. UK says 20th April 2020 Covid not a HCID High Consequence Infectious Disease = common cold, flu…. Their own admission……. Who's fibbing.

  2. China’s government was not the only one that

    took extreme measures to protect its citizens

    from risk and exposure. During the pandemic,

    national leaders around the world flexed their

    authority and imposed airtight rules and

    restrictions, from the mandatory wearing of face

    masks to body-temperature checks at the entries

    to communal spaces like train stations and

    supermarkets. Even after the pandemic faded,

    this more authoritarian control and oversight

    of citizens and their activities stuck and even

    intensified. In order to protect themselves from

    the spread of increasingly global problems—from

    pandemics and transnational terrorism to

    environmental crises and rising poverty—leaders

    around the world took a firmer grip on power.

    At first, the notion of a more controlled world

    gained wide acceptance and approval. Citizens

    willingly gave up some of their sovereignty—and

    their privacy—to more paternalistic states

    in exchange for greater safety and stability.

    Citizens were more tolerant, and even eager, for

    top-down direction and oversight, and national

    leaders had more latitude to impose order in the

    ways they saw fit. In developed countries, this

    heightened oversight took many forms: biometric

    IDs for all citizens, for example, and tighter

    regulation of key industries whose stability

    was deemed vital to national interests. In many

    developed countries, enforced cooperation with a

    suite of new regulations and agreements slowly

    but steadily restored both order and, importantly,

    economic growth.

    Across the developing world, however, the

    story was different—and much more variable.

    Top-down authority took different forms

    in different countries, hinging largely on

    the capacity, caliber, and intentions of their

    leaders. In countries with strong and thoughtful

    leaders, citizens’ overall economic status

    and quality of life increased. In India, for

    example, air quality drastically improved after

    2016, when the government outlawed highemitting vehicles. In Ghana, the introduction

    of ambitious government programs to improve

    basic infrastructure and ensure the availability

    of clean water for all her people led to a sharp

    decline in water-borne diseases. But more

    authoritarian leadership worked less well—and

    in some cases tragically—in countries run by

    irresponsible elites who used their increased

    power to pursue their own interests at the

    expense of their citizens.

    There were other downsides, as the rise of

    virulent nationalism created new hazards:

    spectators at the 2018 World Cup, for example,

    This report was produced by

    The Rockefeller Foundation

    and Global Business Network.

    May 2010

  3. Reality is it’s Another 9 month before this Bete drug to attack the protein strain is being used to attack the old or very young with low Cd4 count are more likely to be infected, though it’s been know about as far back as late 2019 ,though for what reason the country to react was Spain , though the previous PM wasn’t aware of same as she was doing her best for people of UK .. The drug in its beta version is proven to as a possible anti COVID 19 is now at new strain basically it’s called Sars2 , didn’t similar attack in Japan in tokeyo


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