I linked to this Google document to the left via a report titled Evidence that the COVID 19 pandemic is false, prepared by Kevin Galalae, with due credit given (Galalae appears to suffer from personal integrity) to a “Swiss Doctor,” who prepared a lengthy report distributed in 19 languages called Facts About Covid-19. Both documents are full of important links and are incredibly valuable resources. The Swiss document opens with a reference to a book by Camus, as follows:
“The only means to fight the plague is honesty.” Albert Camus, The Plague (1947)
I reprinted just the top of the first page of the Google document because it surprised me. It is but two pages long, but describes all aspects of life in Belarus, everything including trips to supermarkets and parks and transit stations. How the hell is Google able to compile this information?
Back during the toilet paper shortage (is it over now?) I had to chuckle, as in the old Soviet Union, toilet paper was always in short supply. I think that it is a standard method of totalitarian rule – to keep basic commodities in short supply to create distractions and lines. Has the United States, the self-described “Home of the brave and land of the free”, become the new Soviet Union? We are certainly being given a high dose of fascism, but then too, as I read, so are the Russians being given the same treatment. I hoped for better from Putin, though I don’t know why I had that hope.
Belarus is a different story. There have been few restrictions on movement. President Alexander Lukashenko urged citizens to be outdoors, to engage in sports, to be in the fields riding tractors. He described the response to Coronavirus as “psychosis” and on March 28 played a game of hockey (zounds!) saying “It is better to die on [y]our feet, than live on your knees.”
Did you catch that, home of the bravers? The leader of a country, a former USSR satellite no less, telling us how best to behave against tyranny – with courage. Belarus is no more or less affected by this “scourge,” this cold virus if even a real thing, than any other country. Right now I would rather be there riding a tractor in a field than be here in the land of superstition where cowardly frightened people imagine a mask and six feet can save their sorry asses from a threat that does not even exist.
I have a slightly runny nose as I write this. Don’t tell anyone. I might be quarantined or shot, excuse me, given a shot. We have not yet descended into the madness of killing people, though I do not know what horrors the vaccine being prepared by President Gates will rain upon us.
[Note: Later that morning, Mr. Tokarski collapsed and died, another Covid-19 victim. “Damn I shoulda worn a mask” were reportedly his last words.]