CoVid-19

Health “Experts” Promote Covid Madness and Betray Their Mission

In dealing with the COVID crisis, the public health experts have failed the nation, betrayed their mission and spread confusion. So many outrages have been committed in the name of “science” that people are rightfully distrustful. Science should be a voice of certainty, not chaos during the crisis. Such an evaluation may seem harsh, but …

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Former Pfizer VP: ‘No need for vaccines,’ ‘the pandemic is effectively over’

Dr. Mike Yeadon, Pfizer’s former Vice President and Chief Scientist for Allergy & Respiratory, states that the drive for a universal vaccine has ‘the whiff of evil’ which he ‘will oppose … vigorously.’ While Pfizer pharmaceutical made headlines announcing the imminent release of their COVID-19 vaccine, to much fanfare, a former Vice President and Chief …

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The Most Monumental Social Engineering and Ideological Transshipment Effort in History (Part 1)

Bolstered by Mass Hysteria and Vatican Support If the Guinness Book of Records were to track the most senseless attitude possible, the award would probably go to someone who committed suicide for fear of dying. With the coronavirus epidemic, that is what the world is doing. It is playing out on the social scale, the very same …

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The Most Monumental Social Engineering and Ideological Transshipment Effort in History (Part 2)

Read Part 1 of this Article A Transitory “Window of Opportunity” That the Organisers of the “New World” do not Want to Miss If this scenario worsens, the disturbances will serve as an argument to accelerate programs to socialise the economy through legal means. In any case, the three ideological currents mentioned above — ecologism, …

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Three Themes Needed to Recover from the Coronavirus Crisis

The coronavirus crisis is turning our lives upside down. The shutdown’s economic impact will be extremely severe. However, we should hope for a profound religious turnaround as we struggle to find meaning in the events around us. Much of the media seeks to reduce the crisis to natural causes. Its apocalyptic character, though, thrusts us …

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Why the World Must Reject the Coronavirus Lockdown Model. It Doesn’t Work!

We are living in surreal times in which everything is upside down. As society is opening up from the coronavirus lockdown, perhaps a metaphor best explains what we have gone through. For the last three months, we have been living as if the whole nation is locked up in one huge leprosarium. The constant fear …

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Government Can’t Keep Acting Like Money Grows on Trees

A trillion dollars used to be a lot of money. In the past, most people never even thought in these terms since it seemed so far from reality. A trillion was like a gazillion. Few knew how many zeros were involved. However, times have changed. Our economy has expanded, and the value of goods and …

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How Saint Charles Borromeo Fought the Deadly Virus in Milan

The Coronavirus is not the first epidemic to strike the world.  Yet as churches are closed and the sacraments are difficult to find, the question arises:  How did the Church and the saints deal with plagues in the past? In the golden pages of history, we find a holy bishop who faced a virus more …

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How Senseless Policies Make America Look like Wuhan, China

Capitalizing on a crisis to expand authority is not a new phenomenon. Good emergency policies need to be implemented for the sake of the common good. However, these measures can get out of hand and lead to encroachment on personal liberties and rights. All too often, temporary emergency measures become permanent. Overreaching policies can extinguish …

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Why We Need Wisdom not Panic in the Coronavirus Fight

In the face of the coronavirus crisis that is paralysing the nation, South Africa needs policies in place to lead the country back to health. Perhaps the first policy should be that the media should not be policymakers. With this fundamental measure in place, the rest would certainly be much easier. A case in point …

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