Using a test that was never meant as a diagnostic test, and given the similarities in symptoms between Covid-19 and garden-variety flu, we will never know how many people who were diagnosed as Covid-19 actually had, and perhaps died, from the flu. From L. Reichard White at lewrockwell.com:
Either the COVID-19 pandemic is a SNAFU of truly cosmic proportions or it’s a conspiracy — or, possibly, a little of both. Yes, there really are conspiracies of truly cosmic proportions.
SNAFU, conspiracy, or a little of both? I’m just here to help you decide.
Given the circumstances, I’m sorry to say, paraphrasing Joseph Stalin is the key to understanding this quite amazing event, like this — “It’s not the infections, cases and deaths which define the ‘pandemic,’ it’s those who count and report the infections, cases and deaths.”
In part, this is because the numbers they’re feeding us are almost exclusively computer-generated and so require programming assumptions. Unfortunately, that’s not the only problem – – –
Your doctor normally has a very good idea what to treat you for from your symptoms. He then backs up his diagnosis with tests. But diagnosing COVID-19 based on your symptoms presents your doc with a very serious problem as the chart below, taken directly from C.D.C. [Centers for Disease Control] pages, demonstrates – – –
As you can see, except for “loss of taste or smell,” the symptoms of COVID-19 and the symptoms of Seasonal Influenza are identical. In fact as the chart shows, until May 26, 2020 — that is for the first three months of the “pandemic” when there were almost no tests available — the symptoms were identical.