What Is the COVID Pandemic All about and Who Is Behind It?

It has now been more than a year and a half since the world was stricken with the COVID “pandemic”.  Since I started this blog, many of my posts have been about COVID, the lockdowns, the restrictions on basic freedoms, the suppression of inexpensive effective treatments such as ivermectin, and the push to “vaccinate” the world with the experimental gene therapy that instructs one’s cells to produce the dangerous spike protein (which we now know has proved to be deadly for many thousands), the legacy media propaganda to support this “narrative”, and the many $ trillions of money printing and government spending to keep the system from crashing.

I have been trying to share information relevant to making good decisions regarding health and economic well-being.  However, if we only focus on the health aspects of this global crisis, I think we may end up missing the forest for the trees.  When I coach basketball, I try to help players learn to be aware of what is happening right in front of them (the player immediately opposing him/her), but at the same time see what is happening on the whole court.  A player can be a fantastic athlete, but if he/she is unable to see the full court poor decisions are made and opportunities pass by unnoticed.  The same is true with trying to see the big picture in economics or any major global development.  One must try to make good immediate decisions for the well-being of one’s family, but also see the broader global implications.  Systems are complex and any potentially useful news is often disjointed–it is difficult to put the disparate pieces together in a way that enables one to see the mosaic.

German-American Lawyer Reiner Fuellmich is focusing on the faulty PCR test in developing his court cases against the lockdowns (his immediate narrow assignment), but through many interviews with experts he is piecing together the bigger picture.  He sees that the pandemic is being orchestrated by key wealthy/powerful individuals and entitities.  Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. focuses on children’s health, but his political, legal, and extraordinary family experiences enable him to offer a view of the bigger picture.  Catherine Austin Fitts has experience in finance (former managing director of Dillon, Reed, and Co.), government leadership (former Asst. Sec. of Housing and Urban Development), and media (www.solari.com).  Her assessment when the lockdowns were first imposed as a global response to COVID-19 was that the event was foremost a monetary event.  Indeed, the economic response to the “global health crisis” was to print and spend many $ trillions.  Alison McDowell began her search for answers to nagging questions in education.  As a mother, she cared about what was happening with school in Philadelphia.  Her training in liberal arts enabled her to see how key changes in education were linked a much broader agenda.  McDowell has put the pieces together regarding the linkages between public/private partnerships, social capital investment, human capital investment, transhumanism, the digitization of everything (think digital health passes and everything about you being tracked), and the emergence of a new market created by the very wealthy to make bets (for and against) on the outcomes of individual people.  I think she is right in that the intent is for this to be the newest and soon to be BIGGEST market.  However, this emerging market requires that each person has his/her physical self fully integrated with his/her digital self.  Betting on humans in such a market requires the collection of a massive amount of information.  In her assessment, the hard push for the “vaccines” and the digital health passports, the expansion of 5G, and the “internet of things” and the “internet of bodies” is all being done to support the merging of our biological and digital selves so that this new market can become fully operational.

News often comes in bits and pieces and is disjointed and thus incoherent, making it difficult to gain a broader understanding of the world around us.  Fuellmich, Kennedy, Fitts, McDowell and others are trying to help us learn to look beyond the immediate crisis to see what is happening more broadly.

My own assessment is that there is a tremendous battle going on and we are all in middle of it.  Is our future going to a “human” future where individuals are treated with respect and dignity, created in the image of God, as described in documents such as the Declaration of Independence?  Or will we be treated as pieces on a game board where investors have access to all our data, can incentivize us with “carrots” and “sticks” to behave in ways that generate positive returns for them, and make bets on the life decisions we make, all of which will be observed in a digital prison that we are paying for and helping to create?  I think this new game is really being created for our children and grandchildren, not for us old fogies.   I also think this may be one reason why there is this insistence on injecting young people with the experimental gene therapy for COVID-19 that poses minuscule risk to the young.

I post videos with Fuellmich, Kennedy, Fitts, and McDowell, all of whom offer broader perspectives on what is happening.  What vision of the future do you imagine and want to help create?  I hope these resources are as useful to you as they have been to me.

https://www.bitchute.com/video/VZPPXGxjBeIR/ (Fuellmich)

https://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2021/02/27/rfk-jr-opens-cia-can-of-worms.aspx (Kennedy)

https://www.bitchute.com/video/mKhDHOH0qkHU/ (Fitts)

https://wrenchinthegears.com/2021/06/23/smart-cities-the-transhumanist-game-and-lifelong-learning-talks-given-in-tucson-june-10-11-2021/ (McDowell)

I also include a link to the documentary and interview series “Planet Lockdown”, which provides a series of interviews from scientists, doctors, and analysts regarding the nature of COVID, the lockdowns, the “vaccines”, etc.  This is a valuable resource for increasing understanding of what we are experiencing today.

WARNING:  If a person looks at the pieces of the puzzle and tries to put them together in a way that is coherent (and the story is different than the narrative being offered), that person is often labeled a “conspiracy theorist”.  Wikipedia entries may be revised in disparaging ways to confirm the accusation.  YouTube and Facebook will remove videos and postings of those people and labelled as fake news.  Undoubtedly, there is fake news and false information being offered in the both the legacy media and the alternative media–it is a challenge to sort out!

Additional reading: https://mark-skidmore.com/2021/03/27/will-i-take-the-covid-injection/

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Mark Skidmore is Professor of Economics at Michigan State University where he holds the Morris Chair in State and Local Government Finance and Policy. His research focuses on topics in public finance, regional economics, and the economics of natural disasters. Mark created the Lighthouse Economics website and blog to share economic research and information relevant for navigating tumultuous times.

7 thoughts on “What Is the COVID Pandemic All about and Who Is Behind It?

  1. A terrific summation of what is happening today. Thank You for your selfless and generous revelations and summations. You are a blessing to all of us who are confused by the evil and fake media. Thanks again.

  2. Excellent post. I see nothing wrong about being a conspiracy theorist. A conspiracy is two or more people planning in secret to commit a crime. This happens in Washington 24×7. And, it is usually theoritical. I don’t KNOW that there is a President; however, I theorize one exists.

  3. It is always pleasing to the mind and soul to find other sane and logical people. This is a great summation. But to the point of this being an economic battle (with COVID as the scapegoat) , do you have further updates to your missing money work? At $90 Trillion, I would expect that people would be marching in the streets…yet, trying to engage in a discussion about this massive theft, I am greeted with bewildered looks. Apparently, when the lie is big enough, people feel the need to ignore it.

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