18 July, 2021

Three Quotes About Why Covid Became a Huge Thing

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When the Swine Flu (also called H1N1 flu) hit America in Spring 2009, the media said almost nothing about it, even though it killed thousands of people pretty quickly. On June 11, the World Health Organization declared Swine Flu a pandemic.

Contrast that to Covid-19 in early 2020 (then called the Coronavirus). The media hysteria over Covid-19 was incredible and unprecedented. One news website had 36 different articles about Covid on its front page in early 2020. Every single article was about Covid! Total saturation. For months and months.

The Swine Flu death rate and the Covid death rate were roughly the same, at least in the beginning.

So, why did Covid become a really big thing, but the Swine Flu didn’t? Well, the answer to that question is simple. But three quotes will help you to understand it.

The first quote is from a Jewish news columnist, about Donald Trump and his supporters, and how to stop them, politically speaking:

“We have to collectively, in essence, burn down the Republican Party. We have to level them because if there are survivors, if there are people who weather this storm, they will do it again.” [1]. (Do it again?? You mean, vote??).

When I first heard that quote, it sounded very extreme. But now, I understand it perfectly. With crystal clarity. In the minds of some people, Trump is Satan, or at least, potentially Satan under the right circumstances.

The second quote is from a friend, who said: “Donald Trump is a whole ‘nother animal in the Jewish mind. Because blue-collar White people totally love Trump. He’s their savior. He’s Jesus with orange hair. If Trump told his followers to collectively jump off a cliff, they’d do it. He has an army of 90 million gun-owning White people, willing to do anything for him. The Jews fear Trump like Superman fears Kryptonite, mostly because he’s a charismatic populist. He’s not pushing wimpy, George Bush-style neoconservatism. No, no. He’s pushing right-wing populism, which is a whole different breed of cat. The Jews have seen this type of stuff before, and you know where!” Right. (Which is very ironic, since Trump has been the best friend that Israel ever had, and also, he has a Jewish son-in-law).

The last quote is from a source that I have forgotten, but it makes no difference. Regarding the Left and political power in America, he wrote, “people have it all wrong. The 2020 election wasn’t the problem. The 2016 election was the problem.” Right. That’s when Trump was first elected. That’s when the Jews/leftists began having sleepless nights.

Why did Covid become a huge, hysterical thing in early 2020, when it shouldn’t have? Why did we hear about Covid 24/7 for many months? Why the ridiculous, endless lockdowns? The answer is: powerful people in the Western world (many of them Jewish media bosses) wanted to create social conditions in which right-wing populism could not thrive. They were worried that right-wing populism would spread from America to Europe and maybe even further than that (e.g., to Argentina and Chile). Covid was the perfect way to nip right-wing populism in the bud. Furthermore, that’s why the Covid hysteria continues even today: Trump and his followers have not disappeared, and worse than that, it looks like Trump may return to politics as early as 2022, and he may run for president again in 2024. Orange Man Bad won’t go away and neither will his millions of populist followers. The Covid scamdemic failed badly, and the Jews no doubt must be, right now, dreaming up a new way to kill right-wing populism once and for all — another world war, perhaps?


[1] columnist Jennifer Rubin, on the TV show “AM Joy”, August 25, 2019. Jews led the movement to remove Trump from office, e.g., the congressmen Jamie Raskin, Brad Sherman, Jerrold Nadler, and Adam Schiff. See also the article “Why are so many players in the impeachment trial Jewish?” at religionnews.com, November 13, 2019.

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