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    Re: Coronavirus: overhyped fear-mongering or potential mega doom?

    Quote Originally Posted by Organ Morgan. View Post
    It's difficult for us to realise how interdependent the world has become. China and its cheap labour has been the engine for global growth for many years. The U.S. spent decades shifting its manufacturing base to there. If China's economy falls then so will all others. That 15 quid toaster in Argos would double in price, ditto for anything else made here or in other Western countries and price inflation would rocket. Walmart in the U.S. is like Tesco, Asda and Sainsbury's rolled into one over here. 90% of what they fill their stores with says Made in China.
    A bit like colonialisation was in some respects.

  2. #122

    Re: Coronavirus: overhyped fear-mongering or potential mega doom?

    Quote Originally Posted by cyril evans awaydays View Post
    Presumably the millions on lockdown are the ones the Communist Party wants to look after and have the antidote whilst the ones they want to bump off are aimlessly wandering the streets and being encouraged to mingle with each other?
    I've spent pages advancing a theory that the virus scare is a charade. Those who continue to push a worldwide pandemic line and the virus is so dangerous can't explain its tiny spread in numbers terms, the minuscule total number of deaths and how only those with certain genetics have died. "It'll mutate," they shrieked and the virus has an unusually long incubation period. Initially they said it was 9-14 days, then up to 24 days, now it's up to 40 days. The virus has been active since at least the middle of December so the longest incubation period also falls flat.

    The globalists took a wrecking ball to Western manufacturing in order to build China into what it is. Did they do so purely to make the world so reliant on its output that its sudden demise would plunge the world into a depression and the resulting social chaos would provide them with the ideal cover to introduce their nefarious plans? We know what they want: more control, and the key to everything they desire is to abolish physical cash. Even in today's idiocracy of constant idle entertainment and celebrity idolatry (see the Caroline Flack thread on the main board for the latest example of that), most innately know the elimination of cash will spell their financial slavery. For those to meekly accept that transition then they'd need to be softened up by suffering unimagined privation.

    Cyril, the black swan approaches. You need to prepare for it.

  3. #123

    Re: Coronavirus: overhyped fear-mongering or potential mega doom?

    Quote Originally Posted by lardy View Post
    Interesting chart Organ, which shows what I said. The Chinese economy is clearly suffering so it doesn't make sense that they inflicted this virus deliberately on themselves.
    Maybe it's a Marxist plot , you know how they hate success .

    Where's our Marxists Milne and McDonald ,they are very quite .

  4. #124

    Re: Coronavirus: overhyped fear-mongering or potential mega doom?

    Quote Originally Posted by Organ Morgan. View Post
    I've spent pages advancing a theory that the virus scare is a charade. Those who continue to push a worldwide pandemic line and the virus is so dangerous can't explain its tiny spread in numbers terms, the minuscule total number of deaths and how only those with certain genetics have died. "It'll mutate," they shrieked and the virus has an unusually long incubation period. Initially they said it was 9-14 days, then up to 24 days, now it's up to 40 days. The virus has been active since at least the middle of December so the longest incubation period also falls flat.

    The globalists took a wrecking ball to Western manufacturing in order to build China into what it is. Did they do so purely to make the world so reliant on its output that its sudden demise would plunge the world into a depression and the resulting social chaos would provide them with the ideal cover to introduce their nefarious plans? We know what they want: more control, and the key to everything they desire is to abolish physical cash. Even in today's idiocracy of constant idle entertainment and celebrity idolatry (see the Caroline Flack thread on the main board for the latest example of that), most innately know the elimination of cash will spell their financial slavery. For those to meekly accept that transition then they'd need to be softened up by suffering unimagined privation.

    Cyril, the black swan approaches. You need to prepare for it.
    Without being rude who are the ( they ) you refer too, if its the globallists surely its not Trump or Boris as I'm told by the experts ( who by the way are much brighter than me ) that those two blondes are as thick as a plank of wood , and are only interested in the ladies , so that leaves Murky Merkel and Purified Putin , oh and that netyythingy fella in Israel?

  5. #125

    Re: Coronavirus: overhyped fear-mongering or potential mega doom?

    'They' are those a tier or two above (s)elected politicians like Trump and the rest of them. 'They' control credit and the money supply through their network of central and commercial banks.

    'They' have, as stated prior, ensured the world's 200+ countries are all saddled with national debts that cannot be repaid and never will because 'they' collect on the interest to purchase anything and anyone they wish to.

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    Re: Coronavirus: overhyped fear-mongering or potential mega doom?

    Quote Originally Posted by Organ Morgan. View Post
    I've spent pages advancing a theory that the virus scare is a charade. Those who continue to push a worldwide pandemic line and the virus is so dangerous can't explain its tiny spread in numbers terms, the minuscule total number of deaths and how only those with certain genetics have died. "It'll mutate," they shrieked and the virus has an unusually long incubation period. Initially they said it was 9-14 days, then up to 24 days, now it's up to 40 days. The virus has been active since at least the middle of December so the longest incubation period also falls flat.

    The globalists took a wrecking ball to Western manufacturing in order to build China into what it is. Did they do so purely to make the world so reliant on its output that its sudden demise would plunge the world into a depression and the resulting social chaos would provide them with the ideal cover to introduce their nefarious plans? We know what they want: more control, and the key to everything they desire is to abolish physical cash. Even in today's idiocracy of constant idle entertainment and celebrity idolatry (see the Caroline Flack thread on the main board for the latest example of that), most innately know the elimination of cash will spell their financial slavery. For those to meekly accept that transition then they'd need to be softened up by suffering unimagined privation.

    Cyril, the black swan approaches. You need to prepare for it.
    Cyril wouldn't recognise a black swan even if it shat on his head

  7. #127

    Re: Coronavirus: overhyped fear-mongering or potential mega doom?

    Today's coronavirus scores on the doors are [roll of drums]: 105 new Chinese fatalities. Total worldwide deaths - 1,700, total worldwide infections - 71,000. Number of Chinese citizens living under government imposed restrictions, as estimated by the New York Times, 760 million.

  8. #128

    Re: Coronavirus: overhyped fear-mongering or potential mega doom?

    Quote Originally Posted by Wales-Bales View Post
    Cyril wouldn't recognise a black swan even if it shat on his head
    A black swan is an extremely rare event with severe consequences. It cannot be predicted beforehand, though many claim it should be predictable after the fact.

    Fair play got me there!

  9. #129

    Re: Coronavirus: overhyped fear-mongering or potential mega doom?

    Actually, Cyril, the term black swan isn't acceptable today in polite circles. It's a swan of colour.

  10. #130

    Re: Coronavirus: overhyped fear-mongering or potential mega doom?

    Quote Originally Posted by Organ Morgan. View Post
    Actually, Cyril, the term black swan isn't acceptable today in polite circles. It's a swan of colour.
    Nah, black is ok. Though I have heard that in some circles people use the term "people of colour" when they are seeking to differentiate with "naturally born UK people".

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    Re: Coronavirus: overhyped fear-mongering or potential mega doom?

    Talking about that bioweapon lab in Wuhan again..


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