A Pandemic of Insanity

Back in May, the President of Tanzania announced that a goat, a quail, and a papaya had tested positive for COVID-19. People did not stop eating papayas.But when farmed minks began testing positive, the response has been to kill them all.

After a few minks in the Netherlands tested positive in April, 570,000 minks were slaughtered. Minks started testing positive and being killed in Denmark in June, and on November 4, Denmark announced it would destroy the rest of its 17 million minks. Sanity finally broke out in that country, and the eradication campaign stopped after only 2.5 million minks were slaughtered. But minks have also been killed in Spain, Sweden, Greece, France, and the United States.

Lions, tigers and leopards in zoos have tested positive.

People have been testing their dogs and cats, and lo and behold, some of them have tested positive, and on May 6, the Centers for Disease Control created a webpage titled “What to Do if Your Pet Tests Positive for the Virus that Causes COVID-19.” This is what you are supposed to do: “Isolate the pet from everyone else, including other pets.” “Keep your pet at least 6 feet away from other pets and people.” “If you have a private backyard where your dog can go to the bathroom, do not take them for walks.” But, the CDC warns, “Do not wipe or bathe your pet with… hand sanitizer,” and “Do not try to put a mask on your pet.”

It is becoming obvious that no matter what you test — minks, lions, dogs, papayas, people, or anything else — you will get positive results, and that the results mean nothing. Just wait until someone tests a cow. Kill all the cows, and no more meat or dairy products! Vaccinate every pet and farm animal in the world! Do contact tracing for every pet that comes in contact with an infected pet!

We have a pandemic, all right, but it is a pandemic of insanity, not COVID-19.

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8 thoughts on “A Pandemic of Insanity”

  1. A Pandemic of Insanity
    Absolutely right Robert!
    If and when the sitcom and MSM crowd ever come to their senses you will have Mad Max plus what Deagle.com is predicting. How are things in Texas?

  2. We’re suffering a “pandemic” of PCR tests, which do not distinguish between someone who is ill and infectious, and someone who is already immune, healthy and non-infectious.
    Of no medical use.
    I believe that China has simply stopped doing the tests, and allowed Chinese people’s daily life to return to normal.
    The death rate is normal, with a seasonal increase in respiratory diseases.
    Is such simply sanity no longer permitted in the west ?

  3. The most important question to ask the government and health authorities:

    “What percentage of the positive PCR tests were obtained by going past a cycle threshold of 35? ”

    Kary Mullis the inventor of PCR and Nobel Prize winner in chemistry for his invention says:

    “If you have to go more than 40 cycles to amplify a single-copy gene, there is something seriously wrong with your PCR.” 
    “The PCR test can be used to find almost anything in anybody.” 

    The WHO recommended 45 cycles and the FDA/CDC recommended 40. Anything above 35 will be well over 90% false positives. 

  4. I read of a drink of coca cola that tested positive.
    Bubbles of carbon dioxide usually form around any tiny microscopic particle like a virus so if you see a fizzy drink, don’t drink it LOL.
    But what about water? Has anyone tested that yet?

  5. A week or so back there was a piece in the Daily Mail by a doctor pointing out that the PCR test is not suitable for the screening test that it is being used for. It is for use on people with symptoms to diagnose the virus. So we have a rapidly spreading outbreak based on these tests….allegedly. And the UK is now locked down again until the spring at least. You can ignore what our PM says as he is a total liar. Also it is rather convenient to close the UK economy down just as we leave our main trading agreement so it masks the effects.

  6. I’m more concerned about getting bird flu than I am about the CV19 bug. I photograph birds A LOT, and put bird food out for them on the railing around my front porch. I did that Sunday. The red-bellied woodpecker arrived and got her share and then flew away and the chipping sparrow that showed up eyed me suspiciously, sort of like: “Should I really sample this, or is it something she coughed on? What if SHE has bird flu? I don’t want that?”
    They haven’t been back since. I am sad.
    I’m almost ready for ice fishing. That would be more fun, but the ice is too thin right now. 🙁


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