The Biggest Hoax

#FauciDump is a much bigger scandal than, say, Watergate. It’s a really, really big deal. But it’s not going to be reported and nobody is going to know. The people who are paying attention will be forever seen as conspiracy theorists and crazies if we ever mention any of the information in the Fauci emails.

This is a result of gullibility and incapacity to think for oneself that are common among people in Western countries. And it’s a bloody shame. An institution in the US was complicit in conducting dangerous experiments without bothering to ensure any safety protocols. A pandemic was created as a result. People died. Lives were destroyed. And nobody will suffer any consequences whatsoever. To the contrary, the people who organized this whole debacle are being elevated and idolized.

It is particularly offensive that the organization sponsoring coronavirus research is the National Institute of Health. The word “national” in its name really slaughters.

17 thoughts on “The Biggest Hoax

    1. This needs to be investigated in depth. How did it escape from the lab? Who is behind the videos of people dropping dead in the streets? Why did it never spread in China? How was it genetically modified?

      Instead, we are debating ridiculous, silly things that distract us from this monstrosity.

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      1. Are you sure it didn’t spread in China? Would you know if it was spreading in America if it wasn’t reported in the media?

        This isn’t the first plague in the history of China. The bureaucracy probably has standard procedures for dealing with plagues. Lack of human rights would certainly make them easier to implement.

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        1. But the official narrative is that it didn’t. Google says it didn’t. Why isn’t this being questioned? Isn’t it weird? Worthy of interest?

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  1. You’re acting like these emails prove that Fauci engineered and released COVID19. I do not see anything shocking or revealing in these emails.

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    1. Did you see the one where he explains that masks don’t work because the particles are too small and they easily go through the mask?

      And no, he personally didn’t conduct the gain of function research. But it looks like he knew it was being conducted and approved the funding for it. After which, he spent a year assuring the public that only a completely crazy racist would suspect it that research might have taken place.

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      1. “Did you see the one where he explains that masks don’t work because the particles are too small and they easily go through the mask?”

        Yes, it’s this one:

        He says masks are for preventing the infected from spreading the virus, rather than the inverse. We’ve known this since the beginning of the pandemic.

        In addition, this email is from February 5th before the virus was widespread in the US, so his assertion of “low risk” seems accurate. As far as I know, nobody was wearing masks back in Feb 5th 2020 because the chance of you having the virus was minuscule at that point.

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        1. So something happened after February 5 to make the particles dramatically bigger than they’d been for decades before in every known respiratory virus?
          This surely sounds very scientific.

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          1. No, the particles are always bigger at the point of expulsion. Try spiting at something from 1 cm away vs 2 meters away. Masks prevent the larger particles from spreading into smaller droplets by blocking them at the point of expulsion, which is why they are intended to protect others from you, not the other way around.

            Once again, this is all consistent with what scientists have been saying since the beginning of the pandemic.

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            1. It’s an aerosolized virus. The aerosol particles are too small to be stopped by a mask. This has been known forever, which is why Fauci was saying this very known and obvious thing in February and March. Even when you sneeze the expectorate isn’t detained by the mask. It goes upwards and out. I know from personal experience. Fauci knows from decades of research.

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              1. The particles are much larger and clumped together at the point of ejection, so they are more easily to stopped rather than letting them spread out into smaller particles.

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              2. There is such thing as distribution. In this case – distribution of particle sizes. They are not all big (can be stopped by a mask) or too small (cannot be stopped by a mask).
                And you are lucky if you have not encountered any coughing people without a mask in early 2020. I did. Which is perfectly fine, you live in a small town, etc. But in more densely populated areas reducing probability of transmission even by as little as 10% on every step makes sense. Because there are many more steps…

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            2. Honestly, this discussion is really boring at this point. It is akin to discussing the 10 commandments. So if you are not sneezing and coughing, or in other words, are a healthy (or so-called asymptomatic) person, what is that mask doing for anyone? Your mask clearly does not protect you and there is nothing to protect anyone from if you are healthy (erm, asymptomatic), so what is it good for? And do not get me started on the masking requirements for 2-year olds. All very scientific.

              Anyway, I do support anyone’s right to wear a mask if they would like to. It can be a nice fashion accessory and evidently, it makes some people feel good about themselves. I am sure that the companies making the PPE will also thank the mask wearers as they roll in their profits. Just do not force it on me, and, especially, onto my child.

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              1. Yeah, there is no point to masks anymore in the USA, which is why they are no longer mandated.

                “So if you are not sneezing and coughing, or in other words, are a healthy (or so-called asymptomatic) person, what is that mask doing for anyone? Your mask clearly does not protect you and there is nothing to protect anyone from if you are healthy (erm, asymptomatic), so what is it good for?”

                You can still spread the virus when asymptomatic, so the point was to reduce the spread of the virus when it was very prevalent in the population and the chances were high a significant number of people had the virus. It was definitely no silver bullet though.

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  2. “You can still spread the virus when asymptomatic” No, that simply is not true, there is virtually no asymptomatic spread. I’ve seen the studies about this (but not going to search for them to prove it). We were TOLD there was asymptomatic spread for a while, but it was never true. Just like the outdoor spread that never happened and only one real documented case exists in the whole world.

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