One place we
haven't heard much about amid the
COVID hysteria, is
Cambodia is reporting zero
deaths from COVID.
Not zero deaths
yesterday, or last week, or last month.
Now you know
the standard view:
"listen to The Science(TM)" manage to keep the virus under
control, and wise government policy is what makes the
difference between one country and another.
How anyone can
still believe this in December 2020 is beyond me.
"policy invariance" is now one of my favorites.
seem to matter what we do...
mayor of Los Angeles even
admitted that the behavior of the people there hadn't changed at
all and they were seeing a major spike anyway.
He's so close
to an important truth, but you know what they say:
ranked 89th in the world for its preparedness for an
infectious disease outbreak.
Are we supposed
to believe that the reason Cambodia is at zero is the huge
supply of public-health PhDs they have there?
Could there be
explanations other than government policy...?
every chart in existence screams out this conclusion at us:
yesterday's email, which I
hope you saw, being particularly revealing.
Fauci has been doing
his level 'best' to give the impression that COVID is an
emphasize extreme outliers to give the impression that the
average 35-year-old is at genuine risk, when the average
35-year-old has a vastly higher chance of dying in a bicycle
Not only is
COVID not an equal-opportunity killer for
individuals, but it is evidently also not an equal-opportunity
killer for countries and regions, either.
barely been touched by the virus - and again, not because
public-health PhDs have been having their way.
Asia we've seen "policy invariance," according to Stanford's
lockdown in China, lackluster response in Japan, and
evidently good results in both cases.
crazies in the West want to blame us:
only we'd been like east Asia, etc.
obvious, given the policy invariance, that something
other than government policy is at work.
That could be:
health, Vitamin D levels, age, or low obesity levels... or
T-cell immunity (Bhattacharya's supposition).
In Japan, in
fact, a September seroprevalence study yielded an astonishing
result of 47%, which suggests
masks and social distancing
aren't the explanation for the low death count.
Lots and lots
of Japanese had it (so they failed to "stop the spread"), but
they didn't get sick or die - almost certainly because of
preexisting immunity. Not because of the public-health PhDs...
policy were the explanation, there should be piles of corpses
in Florida at the moment, where even theater and live music
have made a comeback.
And yet such
blue-state, "follow the science," ruin-people's-lives states
like New York, California, Illinois, Michigan, Wisconsin, New
Mexico, and New Jersey, among others, have worse hospitalization
numbers per million right now.
this should be excruciatingly obvious by now.
And yet chances are,
you're surrounded by people trying to blame you and your
neighbors for their bad behavior - for bad behavior is what
makes "cases" rise!
If the insanity has reached a point that you've decided the time
has come at last to join my private group, where you'll be
surrounded by normal people and be able to stay up on what's
actually happening as opposed to panic-mongering lunacy,
I remind you of an added bonus:
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So if that was
holding you back, no longer...