Coronavirus Death Camps
Coronavirus death camps don’t just exist in China. They can be found everywhere, including the United States. Here, several military bases are being readied to house mass coronavirus victims. One AI predicts as many as 53 million could die globally. More from Lisa Haven.
We now have over 35.000 cases of coronavirus as the death toll continues to mount. Styxhexenhammer666 says we have had the first fatality in the United States — a 60-year-old man. It’s appearing now as if about 4 out of 5 cases of the disease are curable, if there is proper health care, including adequate beds. But at least one of every 5 cases risks serious complications or fatalities. Chinese nationals are now banned from cruise ships. New epicenters are appearing across China. There also are rising outbreaks elsewhere in Asia, notably Singapore and Hong Kong.
Here’s shocking footage of a large white cube inside of which China is transporting coronavirus victims. Are they merely patients or also political prisoners? More from Mr. Obvious.
Sarah Westall joins the SGTReport to discuss the engineered pandemic known as 2019-nCoV coronavirus.
As China now has placed over 400 million of its citizens under quarantine, China’s economy is grinding to a halt. Workers can’t leave their homes. Factories are idle. Most (if not all) of China’s ports are no longer shipping. International flights are increasingly banned from the country.
When the world’s #2 economy hangs up a big “CLOSED” sign, that’s going to result in a major negative impact on global trade. As the manufacturing powerhouse to the world, you’ll be challenged to think of ANY industry that won’t experience serious supply chain interruptions and shortages from China’s woes.
Did you know China makes the vast majority of our prescription pharmaceuticals? A MASSIVE hit to the global economy will directly result from the damage the coronavirus is currently doing. And it may get worse, a lot worse. So ignore today’s ridiculous all-time high stock prices. They can’t last in the face of what’s coming. More from Chris Martenson.
Vox declares that ideas like ‘cleanliness,’ and ‘hygiene,’ have a bigoted history. Because virtue signaling is more important than containing the spread of the coronavirus. More from Mr. Obvious.