26 Mar 2020 10:57:51
New important info about manipulating the Coronavirus stats from 2 medical people 0min - 16m 38s.

26 Mar 2020 12:39:31
Yes, like 17 thousand die in UK every year from cold house related death. A lot of them cases would have involved pneumonia.

500,000 died on average every year from all things that kill people in UK alone.

And 465 people so far have apparently died from covid-19. So at a guess, a cold house is more deadly to a vulnerable person than covid-19.

Good vid ed Also interesting what the Judge Anna vonReitz had to say. Not watch all this vid but will later.


{Ed033's Note - Ok thanks.

26 Mar 2020 16:13:42
"More than 99% of Italy's coronavirus fatalities were people who suffered from previous medical conditions, according to a study by the country's national health authority."

From Bloomberg - Italy Coronavirus Study

26 Mar 2020 17:18:21
Ed, replying to above video, the American trader annoyed me somewhat. I agreed with a lot of what he said but when talking about crypto currencies, he left an important part incomplete. He started to advise about withdrawing cash, potentially causing another run on a bank but never finished, leave it there or take it out?

Speculation being your cash could be worthless in a cashless future. So spend it now or wait and hope they exchange it for the equivalent crypto currency. I also note that USA wants more sanctions on Iran, in spite of their apparent Coronavirus problems. Iran has one of the few Central banks not controlled by Fed reserve (North Korea and Cuba, the other 2?) Story ties with the traders claim of Fed Reserve buying debt to become stronger, one currency, one government and NWO. I worry for my daughter. 😤.


{Ed033's Note - This video may have been better without the American trader. That's why i referenced 0min - 16m 38s.

I would say that surely they are not all of a sudden going to say we've just gone digital so if you have any cash it's now worthless. I would imagine they will say to people, if you have any paper cash, stick it in the bank, so it can be turned into digital currency and give a deadline. I would imagine there would be a period of educating the general public on using digital currency wallets on their phones.

It's probably prudent to have a 2 week supply of paper cash in your house anyway, just in case there is a bank run or the credit/debit cards system shuts down for a short period of time.

I think he probably would have gone on to say, have some paper cash at home, be like a 'Prepper' and have spare food in the house and learn to grow some food if you have a back garden. And then if people have spare cash get some Bitcoin, get some old precious metal coins with 50% or more silver in them or something to barter with. He may have gone on to say make a plan if your current income diminishes or dries up.

Maybe most of the last paragraph won't be needed, but he might of said it.

26 Mar 2020 18:39:36
Didn't a poster from Mumbai allude to a similar situation? Forcing a cashless society. EU also spoke of a future jobless society, where they would 'pay' you to stay at home. All very science fiction for me and I'm not liking the signs.


{Ed033's Note - It's likely that there could be a lot of people losing their jobs coming up and so they were talking about 'Universal Basic Income'.