The following “Pandemic” headlines incited fear and terror with their predictions:
“Society would shut down Life as we know it would change drastically!”
“Hospitals Overwhelmed by Ill Patients; E.R.s Will Overflow”
“Quarantines detain the infected; Travel Halted!”
“Security Guards Aim to Stem Chaos in Cities”
“Food Water Spread Thin”
“Schools Close; People Forced to Stay in Homes”
“Economy Collapses, Shuts Down Globally!”
“1.9 Million May Die; Morgues Will Overflow”
One may think these headlines are from today’s New York Times or Washington Post, but they’d be about 16 years wrong. They are from the Lansing State Journal of November 6, 2005. The frenzied page one fearmongering proved to be 100% fraudulent at the time. But those headlines were 100% accurate in predicting how the media would handle today’s equally devious Covid-19 “pandemic.”
A major part of the plan to exterminate 2-3 billion human beings from this Planet includes inducement of fear and panic in the target population. Once people are afraid they become desperate for solutions; they grasp for any lifeline offered.
And if a “vaccine” is the only thing offered; in fact, the only thing available—even though it’s an unknown substance which has now claimed ten times more victims this year than all of America’s serial killers combined —then the fearful masses will accept it. Yet and still, an estimated 93 million people who are eligible for shots have chosen not to get them.
Stoking this mass panic are the coordinated efforts of the major news media. We may have naively believed that the networks are “in competition” with each other but their nightly newscasts prove that they are ALL working from the same “COVID-mania” scripts.
And if one simply views the extraordinary number of paid advertisements for medications, lotions, and potions on these newscasts, it is obvious that Big Pharma—which provides broadcast network news with a whopping 77% of its revenue—is manipulating our primary source of information.
In fact, pumping up terror in the minds of the masses is being expertly coordinated by a small group of propagandists in key positions in corporate media. They are the presidents of the news divisions, and absolutely NOTHING emerges from the lips of any news anchor or reporter without being 100% authorized by them. They are:
- ABC News president James Goldston, CNN News president Jeff Zucker, NBC News president Noah Oppenheim
- CBS News president Susan Zirinsky, New York Times publisher Arthur Sulzberger, Washington Post editor-in-chief
- Sally Buzbee, Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) president and CEO Paula A. Kerger, FOX News CEO Suzanne Scott
- NPR president and CEO John Lansing.
- Add to this elite list of professional players in the game of deception the social media
- giants: Twitter’s Paul Elliott Singer/Jack Dorsey, Facebook-Instagram’s Mark Zuckerberg, YouTube’s Susan Wojcicki
It is this tiny clique that defines and decides what “news” is; what “spin” to apply to any issue; whose perspective will be emphasized and, most important, how viewers should behave once their message is broadcast.
Dr. Anthony Fauci, Bill Gates, Rochelle Walensky, even President Biden are powerless to promote any statement or policy without authorization from these mafia-like media power brokers.
It is these propaganda agents with no scientific or medical training who have made VACCINES, VACCINES and more VACCINES the world’s 24-7 obsession. It turns out they have had much practice.
The recent fear-stoking narrative involves the alleged overcrowding of hospitals by the COVID-stricken “unvaccinated.” Story after story promoting this false claim has been endlessly blasted the fearful who watch and follow their outlets.
They relentlessly drive the people to roll up their sleeve for the KMS (Kill • Maim • Sterilize) death shot. What the public forgets, with its short-attention span, is that the very same headlines are run annually to herd them to their doctor or grocery store to get the “flu shot.” Very few people even realize the “flu shot” is a vaccine.
Here are just a few headlines from BEFORE the COVID “global pandemic” that look and sound EXACTLY like what we see today:
January 22, 2019, CBC News
“Overcrowding has become so common in Ontario hospitals that patient beds are now placed in hallways and conference rooms not only at times of peak demand, but routinely day after day…”
January 18, 2018, Time Magazine:
“The 2017-2018 influenza epidemic is sending people to hospitals and urgent-care centers in every state, and medical centers are responding with extraordinary measures: asking staff to work overtime, setting up triage tents, restricting friends and family visits and canceling elective surgeries, to name a few.”
University of Alabama News:
“UAB Hospital Emergency, Critical Care, Ambulatory and Prime Care services have experienced a 50 percent increase in seasonal influenza cases in the past 72 hours alone. These events led Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey to issue a State of Emergency this evening.
January 16, 2018, LA Times:
“Hospitals across the state are sending away ambulances, flying in nurses from out of state and not letting children visit their loved ones for fear they’ll spread the flu. Others are canceling surgeries and erecting tents in their parking lots so they can triage the hordes of flu patients.
November 1, 2017, France 24:
“Emergency rooms are at breaking point,” François Braun, head of France’s Samu-Urgences de France ambulance group, told AFP on Wednesday. “All regions of France are affected.”
December 31, 2014, Dayton Daily News:
“The Center for Disease Control and Prevention said this week that the flu has reached the epidemic threshold nationally and is widespread in 36 states. Four pediatric flu-related deaths have been confirmed in Ohio, including an infant less than six months old in Cincinnati.
January 10, 2013, CTV News reported:
“In our emergency rooms, we would normally see about 150 patients a week with influenza; now it’s nearly 700,” Dr. Bill Dickout, medical director for the Edmonton zone of Alberta Health Services, told reporters Wednesday.”
January 11, 2011, Globe and Mail:
“A surge in seasonal influenza cases in parts of the country has clogged hospital emergency rooms, postponed elective surgeries…”
May 1, 2009, LA Times:
2009: “Swamped hospitals fear an ER emergency”
“On Long Island, N.Y., hospitals are scrambling to bring extra workers in to handle a 50% surge in visitors to emergency rooms. In Galveston, Texas, the local hospital ran out of flu testing kits after being overwhelmed with patients worried about having contracted swine flu.
“At Loma Linda University Medical Center near San Bernardino, emergency room workers have set up a tent in the parking lot to handle a crush of similar patients. In Chicago, ER visits at the city’s biggest children’s hospital are double normal levels, setting records at the 121-year-old institution.”
May 5, 2009, CNN:
2009: “‘Walking well’ flood hospitals with—or without—flu symptoms”
“This week, some hospitals saw record numbers of patients. A few emergency departments shut down to paramedics because of overcrowding.
‘We have had a lot of nervous patients with minimal respiratory tract symptoms,’ said Dr. Mark Bell, principal of Emergent Medical Associates, which operates 18 emergency departments in Southern California. ‘It has caused significant amount of delays in emergency care. They’re all walking well.’”
March 12, 2006, New York Times:
2006: “Hospitals Short on Ventilators if Bird Flu Hits”
“No one knows whether an avian flu virus that is racing around the world might mutate into a strain that could cause a human pandemic, or whether such a pandemic would cause widespread illness in the United States. But if it did, public health experts and officials agree on one thing: the nation’s hospitals would not have enough ventilators…”
January 1, 2000, New York Times:
“This year’s wave of influenza has become widespread across the nation, overwhelming emergency rooms in cities from Boston to Los Angeles, filling hospital beds and forcing postponements of operations as staff members turn to treating the rising number of flu patients.
“The Centers for Disease Control in Atlanta said this year’s outbreak had arrived much earlier than usual and had increased death rates from pneumonia and flu-related illnesses.”
January 5, 1999, BBC News:
“A hospital spokesman said emergency admissions were up 50% on last year, and fewer burials and cremations over Christmas and the New Year had created a body jam.”
December 29, 1993, LA Times:
1993: “Beijing Flu Outbreak Pounds L.A. County”
“An outbreak of Beijing flu has swept Los Angeles, boosting absenteeism at local companies, schools and government offices and sending droves of feverish people to doctors’ offices and hospitals, health officials said Tuesday.”
January 7, 1978, The Washington Post:
1978: “Texas-Type Flu Sweeps Across Area”
“Influenza has hit the Washington metropolitan area with such force that the emergency room staff at the Children’s Hospital National Medical Center has been overwhelmed and has called for volunteer help from other hospital staffers.”