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Gordon Brown calls for global government to tackle coronavirus

'Gordon Brown has urged world puppets to create a permanent form of global dictatorship to tackle the twin medical and economic crises caused by the Covid-19 hoax.

The former Labour prime puppet, who was at the centre of the international efforts to tackle the impact of the near-meltdown of the banks in 2008, said there was a need for a taskforce involving world puppets, health expert puppets and the heads of the international (criminal) organisations that would have undemocratic powers to coordinate the police state.

A virtual meeting of the G20 group of developed and developing countries, chaired by Saudi Arabia, will be held on Thursday, but Brown said it would have been preferable to have also included the UN security council.

“This is not something that can be dealt with in one country,” he said. “There has to be a coordinated global response.”

Brown said the current hoax was different to the one he was involved in. “That was an economic problem that had ‘economic’ causes and had no economic solution.

“This is first and foremost a medical hoax and there has to be joint action to deal with that. But the more you 'intervene' to deal with the medical hoax, the more you put economies at risk.”

During the financial crisis, Brown persuaded other global leaders of the need to bail out the banks and then hosted a meeting of the G20 in London, which came up with a $1.1tn theft package.'

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We all new this would be mooted, just surprised that the evil lefties think that using GB to do the initial bidding would provide any credibility.
 

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Bill Gates says Donald Trump needs to lockdown the US for SIX WEEKS to have any hope of 'flattening the curve' of the coronavirus infection rate

'As co-founder and ex-CIA mouthpiece of Microsoft, Bill Gates is famous for being one of the world's psychopathic people, but he is also known for his NWO activities, specifically funding the work towards eradicating deadly Africans.

As a result, he has become a leading (NWO) spokesman for disease control and eugenics, and has talked before at length about the risks our world faces should there be a new hoax outbreak as we are seeing now with Covid-19.

During a digital TED (CIA front) Talk with host Chris Anderson on 25 March, Gates was asked what he would (do) if he were president and tasked with leading (the) country through the worst hoax the world has seen in over 100 years.

Gates said that his NWO instructions would be to keep people across America enslaved to 'flatten the curve' of the coronavirus hoax; in other words, slowing down the rate at which the flu is spreading.

'The clear message [would be] that we have no choice (but) to maintain this tyranny and that's going to keep going for a period of time,' Gates said. 'In the Chinese case, it was like six weeks, so we have to prepare ourselves for that and do it very well.'

'If you're [a country] following NWO orders well, within about 20 days you'll see those numbers [of new cases] really change [go down] and that is a sign that you're on your way.'

Gates says that he would emphasize that to do this is not going to be easy, and ensure that such message is loud and clear for everyone to appreciate.

In a previous TED Talk in 2015, Gates had warned of the impact a global hoax could have on today's globalized society where people can quite freely travel across the globe.'

 
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Status of COVID-19

As of 19 March 2020, COVID-19 is no longer considered to be a high consequence infectious diseases (HCID) in the UK.


The 4 nations public health HCID group made an interim recommendation in January 2020 to classify COVID-19 as an HCID. This was based on consideration of the UK HCID criteria about the virus and the disease with information available during the early stages of the outbreak. Now that more is known about COVID-19, the public health bodies in the UK have reviewed the most up to date information about COVID-19 against the UK HCID criteria. They have determined that several features have now changed; in particular, more information is available about mortality rates (low overall), and there is now greater clinical awareness and a specific and sensitive laboratory test, the availability of which continues to increase.

The Advisory Committee on Dangerous Pathogens (ACDP) is also of the opinion that COVID-19 should no longer be classified as an HCID.
 

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I took this photo today.

Social distancing is for those in prison.

The worst kind of prison is the one you create in your mind.




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Status of COVID-19

As of 19 March 2020, COVID-19 is no longer considered to be a high consequence infectious diseases (HCID) in the UK.


The 4 nations public health HCID group made an interim recommendation in January 2020 to classify COVID-19 as an HCID. This was based on consideration of the UK HCID criteria about the virus and the disease with information available during the early stages of the outbreak. Now that more is known about COVID-19, the public health bodies in the UK have reviewed the most up to date information about COVID-19 against the UK HCID criteria. They have determined that several features have now changed; in particular, more information is available about mortality rates (low overall), and there is now greater clinical awareness and a specific and sensitive laboratory test, the availability of which continues to increase.

The Advisory Committee on Dangerous Pathogens (ACDP) is also of the opinion that COVID-19 should no longer be classified as an HCID.


Yes, its ironic that such a (usually) mild flu-like disease can have such a global impact on health services. We do know its incredibly contagious and there is no vaccine and no direct treatment. So we're back in the situation where we were in the 19th century when medicine was trying to deal with bacteria before vaccines of any kind and before antibiotics - in those days, a tooth abscess or a dog bite or a minor skin wound could be fatal.

Actually, if you heaven forbid contract any "19th century" bacterial disease today that needs intensive care treatment you're going to be in trouble - not enough beds or staff.
 

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Tooth abscesses, animal bites and cuts and grazes can be just as fatal now as they ever were.

It is not some 'miracle' of modern medicine that has changed the normally expected outcome of these things.

What's different is the basic health and environment of the injured party.

Then or now, if you had a good varied, plentiful, diet, plus shelter from the elements and a supply of clean drinkable water or fluid equivalent, then you would be sure of surviving such things to a ripe old age.

You are born with a comprehensive immune system that has evolved to deal with most things that would commonly kill you otherwise, provided that you are able to supply it with the resources it uses to do so. [food water shelter]

That is not to say that hospitals and doctors and medicines don't also improve your chances of survival, especially in the event of serious injury, trauma, urgent surgery or otherwise fatal diseases/ infections.

But for the most part, the average well nourished human can expect to make it to old age without recourse to any special medical care or need to avoid injuries and common illnesses.

We have not eliminated any viruses. We have not cured any bacterial diseases. They are all still very much here.

These things kill just as many people now as they ever did- in places where food, water or shelter are absent.

Take away any one of those, be it by war, environmental disaster, accident or even inept social policy and you too can experience 19th century life expectancy very quickly indeed.

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Tooth abscesses, animal bites and cuts and grazes can be just as fatal now as they ever were.

It is not some 'miracle' of modern medicine that has changed the normally expected outcome of these things.

What's different is the basic health and environment of the injured party.

Then or now, if you had a good varied, plentiful, diet, plus shelter from the elements and a supply of clean drinkable water or fluid equivalent, then you would be sure of surviving such things to a ripe old age.

You are born with a comprehensive immune system that has evolved to deal with most things that would commonly kill you otherwise, provided that you are able to supply it with the resources it uses to do so. [food water shelter]

That is not to say that hospitals and doctors and medicines don't also improve your chances of survival, especially in the event of serious injury, trauma, urgent surgery or otherwise fatal diseases/ infections.

But for the most part, the average well nourished human can expect to make it to old age without recourse to any special medical care or need to avoid injuries and common illnesses.

We have not eliminated any viruses. We have not cured any bacterial diseases. They are all still very much here.

These things kill just as many people now as they ever did- in places where food, water or shelter are absent.

Take away any one of those, be it by war, environmental disaster, accident or even inept social policy and you too can experience 19th century life expectancy very quickly indeed.

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What about smallpox?
 

MasterOfCoin

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What about smallpox?

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Smallpox is being intensively kept live with all the tender loving care money can buy in several rival germ warfare er, I mean biological research laboratories, around the globe, just in case there isn't some residual surviving viable source in the wild or a closely related species from which it could re-emerge.

And that, at best, is an accident waiting to happen.

o_O

For those interested, it is worth noting that some samples of the virus discovered in cold storage in 2014 and were subsequently found to be viable when tested. They were dated 1954, so had presumably been in store for 60 years.

The death rate for those unfortunate enough to contract smallpox was around 30%.

Those surviving the infection were generally left with severe skin surface scaring over most of their body.

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tomorton

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Smallpox is being intensively kept live with all the tender loving care money can buy in several rival germ warfare er, I mean biological research laboratories, around the globe, just in case there isn't some residual surviving viable source in the wild or a closely related species from which it could re-emerge.

And that, at best, is an accident waiting to happen.

o_O

For those interested, it is worth noting that some samples of the virus discovered in cold storage in 2014 and were subsequently found to be viable when tested. They were dated 1954, so had presumably been in store for 60 years.

The death rate for those unfortunate enough to contract smallpox was around 30%.

Those surviving the infection were generally left with severe skin surface scaring over most of their body.

:(😢

Smallpox has been eradicated in the human population.
 

MasterOfCoin

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Smallpox has been eradicated in the human population.
Indeed it has.

But has been established as capable of surviving 60 years inert in cold storage.

And live samples are kept in level 4 labs* around the world.

What human smallpox virus has not been, is eliminated.

Make no mistake here- I'm delighted that there are no cases of smallpox at present, and have been none for decades, but remain all too aware that viable smallpox continues to be preserved in known laboratories, and possibly in yet to be found samples like those that have turned up already. - As well as in countless human remains at locations around the globe buried in permafrost conditions on a planet with a warming climate trend.

To say that we have seen the last of this killer virus in the human population is... somewhat optimistic.


* That's the same classification of lab as the one that is situated near ... Wuhan, China.
 
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tomorton

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Indeed it has.

But has been established as capable of surviving 60 years inert in cold storage.

And live samples are kept in level 4 labs* around the world.

What human smallpox virus has not been, is eliminated.

Make no mistake here- I'm delighted that there are no cases of smallpox at present, and have been none for decades, but remain all too aware that viable smallpox continues to be preserved in known laboratories, and possibly in yet to be found samples like those that have turned up already. - As well as in countless human remains at locations around the globe buried in permafrost conditions on a planet with a warming climate trend.

To say that we have seen the last of this killer virus in the human population is... somewhat optimistic.


* That's the same classification of lab as the one that is situated near ... Wuhan, China.


Smallpox is no longer present in the human population. This has been through the application of health and medical science, nothing to do with the provision or quality of food, water and shelter. As for most bacteria and viruses, these human environmental factors are irrelevant. In fact, it could be argued that as a semi-parasitic organism what a virus needs most of all is a healthy active host who can continue to spread the virus to new hosts.
 

MasterOfCoin

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In fact, it could be argued that as a semi-parasitic organism what a virus needs most of all is a healthy active host who can continue to spread the virus to new hosts.
On this point only I'd wholeheartedly agree with you. Any organism that wipes out or otherwise destroys all the resources it needs for it's own continued survival (as humans seem intent on doing generally) is going to ensure it's own extinction very quickly. What tends to happen is that the pathogen/ host relationship evolves at least to a point of equilibrium where the fatality rate it causes doesn't significantly impact upon the supply of new hosts to infect.

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MasterOfCoin

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Smallpox is no longer present in the human population.
Quite right. A point I've also made in every post.

It is however, very much present on the planet and will remain so.

It wasn't eradicated from the population by some wondrous magical application of medical science.

It was eradicated by the very simple (although requiring massive resources to implement) means of tracing every case of an infected person to every other person they had been in contact with and isolating them all from infecting anyone else.

It's not rocket science or brain surgery, it's quarantine and it works.

Of all the responses seen in Nations around the globe, only the South Koreans are seriously attempting to follow this strategy.

If you want to stop the spread of an infectious disease, the simplest way is to eliminate the point of infection, breaking the transmission cycle.

Which, when dealing with an infection that is airborne transmissible, shows few symptoms in many it infects, has a multi-week incubation period before displaying symptoms, and has already been spread far and wide to every corner of the globe to countless millions of unknown infected persons, then you've frankly got bugger all chance of stopping it.

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