The corrupt World Health Organization who helped China coverup the initial COVID-19 outbreak and for weeks claimed there was no human to human transmission is now pushing for extended worldwide lockdown orders in what will likely cause irreversible damage to the world wide economy and bankrupt most small business owners.
Yesterday, we reported how three new studies proved this so-called “pandemic” was no more deadly than the average yearly flu, yet corrupt organizations like the World Health Organization still trying to push the world over the edge.
Takeshi Kasai, the WHO’s regional director for the Western Pacific, is yet the latest member of WHO to push to lockdown orders and extended extend social distancing measures until we have a vaccine – which by all estimates won’t be ready for at least another 18 months.
“Individuals and society need to be ready for a new way of living,” Kasai said.
Just a few weeks back, Dr. Michael Ryan, the executive director of the corrupt World Health Organization pushed for authorities to remove infected people from their homes and move them to isolated facilities.
Have we lost our civil liberties a pandemic that has the same death rate as the Flu?
Our world is turning into a de facto police state in the name of public health where people are being threatened with arrest and fines for playing at public parks, attending drive-in church services, or even walking to close to each other on the sidewalk.
Here are just a few articles where we document the crackdown on freedom over the last couple of months:
Preparing for Government Tyrants and the Coming Economic Disaster
From the start, we’ve told people to read our article on Media Hysteria, Global Panic, and a Rational Look at the Infection Numbers.
The key to preparedness is knowing what the threat is, understanding the threat, an then taking the actions to protect yourself from that threat. So far the only threat we see is the unprecedented crackdown on civil liberties and the destruction of our economy and small business infrastructure.