Six Ways Why Coronavirus® Fails the Sniff Test, by Doug “Uncola” Lynn

Doug “Uncola” Lynn has been one of the few voices of healthy skepticism during the coronavirus phenomenon. From Lynn at theburningplatform.com: 

Only one form of contagion travels faster than a virus. And that’s fear.

― Dan Brown, Inferno

It appears reaction to Coronavirus® has wreaked more carnage globally than the virus itself. Although a 2-3% mortality rate is nothing to sneeze at, it’s not exactly a Biblical plague either; even if virtually none of it passes the sniff test.

Given how Coronavirus® has been reported, coupled with how it’s been handled, its dubious origins, the alleged number of infected and deceased, as well as the age and general health of those who are reported to have died….something stinks.

As I indicated in my last article, it seems Coronavirus® has, indeed, become the new Terrorism®.  The dark powers want the panic. They need the hysteria. Why? For diversion, control, or all the above.

There can be no doubt the mainstream media is NOT trying to downplay COVID-19. Just the opposite.  Except what makes this latest remarketing of coronavirus different than 911®, Weapons of Mass Destruction®, and The War on Terror®, is that, this time, the Alternative Internet is on board – even to the point of citing Orwellian Media sources.

In any event, healthy skepticism is not close-mindedness, per se, because we may one day have a genuine pandemic on our hands.  But Coronavirus® doesn’t present the way one would expect if real.  Instead, the hysteria has a sort of Y2K vibe to it all.

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