The extent to which the Wuhan Coronavirus has degraded and deformed civil society is hard to comprehend because we’re still in the middle of it. The magnitude of the damage may not become evident for a generation or two, when our descendants look back in horror on what we have inflicted on ourselves (and them).
The three videos below deal with various aspects of the response to the COVID-19 crisis. The first is a report on a young student in Italy who was effectively carted off to the loony bin for refusing to wear a mask in school.
The second video shows the devastation of the living circumstances of an elderly woman (either 87 or 97 years old; it’s not clear) in a nursing home in Switzerland, all in the name of keeping her “safe”.
The final video reports on a new wave of coronavirus infections in France among those who have been vaccinated against the disease.
I’ve read theoretical explanations by immunologists about why this occurs. The prevailing “vaccines” use messenger RNA to cause the body’s cells to generate the “spike protein” contained in the Wuhan Coronavirus. This prompts the immune system to develop antibodies that react to the spike protein, so when the virus enters the body the antibodies attack it.
The vaccine contains no nucleotides, so it does not induce the body to produce T-cells, which supply long-term immunity to the disease. People who contract COVID-19 under natural circumstances develop T-cells in response, which give them long-lasting resistance to the disease. In contrast, antibodies produced as a result of the mRNA “vaccine” are only present in the bloodstream for a limited time, leaving the vaccinated vulnerable to the disease later on.
At least that’s my understanding of the process. Readers who are more knowledgeable about immunology may want to correct my summary.
Video transcript #1:
|00:00||An 18-year-old student from the Olivetti High School in Fano refused to wear a mask in the classroom.|
|00:05||“The law that imposes the mask as personal safety device is unconstitutional,”|
|00:08||said the student as reason for his gesture.|
|00:11||Then he chained himself to a desk. Law enforcement and an ambulance subsequently arrived.|
|00:16||The municipal police took him to the Santa Croce Hospital; then he was moved|
|00:20||to the Muraglia Hospital where he underwent a TSO [mandatory medical treatment]. Vito Inserra,|
|00:24||the President of the Association Liberamente asked that this young man be returned home,|
|00:28||so he and his family can be treated with the closeness and care worthy of a civil country.|
|00:32||The debate rapidly spread at the national level and provoked protests,|
|00:36||especially for the choice of putting the boy under a TSO.|
|00:39||“We are supposed to shed light on this case with neither turmoil nor bias,”|
|00:43||wrote the Lega senator Armando Siri on his social media.|
|00:46||It deals with a very delicate and sensitive issue, since it is about a boy.|
|00:54||Unfortunately, the information that the media spread do not always match reality,|
|00:57||since it is necessary to be gentle, at times.|
|01:00||And we take the risk that the public may overreact.|
|01:06||This boy has to be safeguarded. I am a parent myself above all,|
|01:11||and I perfectly understand how delicate this situation is, and that it needs to be taken care of.|
|01:17||And the debate must not be hijacked, since it deals with|
|01:24||episodes that had nothing to do with the mask issue.|
|01:32||Nevertheless, this matter really concerns me as a mayor, as a person and as a parent.|
|01:40||That said, everyone has to do their job with the due respect, sensitivity and care.
Video transcript #2:
|00:00||I cannot even go to visit my next-door neighbour.|
|00:05||We cannot chat; I am locked up inside the whole time.|
|00:09||It’s not a life at 97 years old. Is this because of that virus?|
|00:13||Yes, I understand it well, but my neighbour has not got the virus…|
|00:17||… nor do I. We could meet from time to time.|
|00:21||Isolation and strict banning of any contact.|
|00:25||In France, Since March, most residents of nursing homes have not been allowed to leave their rooms.|
|00:31||Consequently some refuse to eat, as does this 87-year old lady.|
|00:37||She has lost 6 kg in one month.|
|00:41||She is slipping away from us. She is giving herself up little by little.|
|00:45||She is letting herself die, in a way.|
|00:49||Her husband is only allowed to visit her from a distance.|
|00:53||She comes out here on the balcony, on the ground floor.|
|00:57||And here she is, Juliette. The nursing home no longer wants to accept this,|
|01:01||and demands a relaxation of these measures.|
|01:05||From now on, Monsieur Lebeau is allowed to visit his wife in a room.|
|01:09||SRF News (Swiss Media) to share.
Video transcript #3:
|00:00||The problem is that over the last few days|
|00:03||an important phenomenon has appeared in several nursing homes|
|00:07||all over France, for example in Montpellier, in the Sarte, in Rheims,|
|00:12||in the Moselle. At several places|
|00:15||the epidemic has resumed among the vaccinated,|
|00:18||among vaccinated the civil servants. I remind you that the nursing home residents|
|00:23||were the first ones vaccinated starting in January.|
|00:26||They have had both doses, so the protection is really|
|00:29||Significant, and it is not a default of protection|
|00:32||connected to a recent vaccination, I am told.|
|00:35||So they tell me, “It is old people.” I understand,|
|00:38||but in fact we cannot see it among the young, because|
|00:41||the young have not yet been vaccinated,|
|00:44||but it is quite important information,|
|00:47||because there are not many severe forms, there are some,|
|00:50||but there is great fatigue, a respiratory insufficiency; they eat less|
|00:55||there are phenomena of malnutrition.|
|00:58||This absolutely calls into question the “protection”,|
|01:01||and this means that there is circulating…|
|01:04||…the information from the Institut Pasteur is that these are English viruses,|
|01:09||and studies are underway to see if these could be variations|
|01:12||of English variations, if you will,|
|01:15||but anyway, it is important to take this news|
|01:19||into consideration, and I believe the main message here is that even when vaccinated,|
|01:23||let’s be very careful with our contacts, and let’s continue|
|01:27||with our preventive measures. We will look more closely at these nursing homes|
|01:30||…we will take a closer look, because it’s important information.