Learning from Spanish Flu

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Learning from Spanish Flu

sailplane
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UDY5COg2P2c
Some lessons to be learned there, if you can stomach watching it. There were 3 Waves!!

Mainly, preventing contact is the best way to stop it.. but, they couldn't achieve that back then.
Is it really possible? Won't it continue to linger for years, no matter how much contact is prevented?

I believe it "disappeared" because the people who had it got over it, or possibly never got it to begin with. And the rest died.. so those vulnerable died, and there weren't many left to get it and spread it.

If it's prevented by contact limiting, there will always remain many people who are not immune, ready to grab it within days of the city opening up again if somebody still has it, and brings it?

Unless, many of us have it already and are becoming immune to it as this happens, without ever knowing it. That could explain what Arthur's book says, they could not infect healthy people with the Spanish flu. I believe they could've been already immune.


With the travel happening these days, I don't know how we can ever wait until the virus dies out.. this quarantine and no close contact could go on for a very long time if this is the solution.

The next time they allow a big public gathering, what's to prevent it from coming back, if it hasn't run it's course.. vaccines possibly? Denmark passed a mandatory vaccine law already.

They only test people with symptoms.. so we have no idea how many have it without symptoms.
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Re: Learning from Spanish Flu

earthworm
to hell with these danish dictators !

the lockdowns can not go on for long because then more people would die of starvation.
the idea is probably to limit the damage and the hope is that the summer will slow the infection rate.
and there may be an agenda to grab more power, steal private property and /or vaccinate everybody with the devil knows what.

"They only test people with symptoms.. so we have no idea how many have it without symptoms. "
yes, and only some of those with symptoms.
on the other hand, a lot of not yet "recovered" or not yet discovered infected people are still going to die from the wuflu.

also there appears to exist already over a hundred strains of the virus, which makes the idea of forced vaccination even more dubious.
https://www.thailandmedical.news/news/must-read-coronavirus-are-we-being-lied-to-or-are-the-experts-clueless

what you may find an interesting blog :
https://charleshughsmith.blogspot.com/

let's say finally, to remain a bit within the framework of this forum, that vaccination may cause more electrical sensitivity or dumbify people to the extend that they notice less of the effects of emfs even while the damage is getting worse ( with thanks to elon musk and other technophile psychopaths ).



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Re: Learning from Spanish Flu

Jinna
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anyway, we're all locked here in Europe, in a way or another...

Switzerland is more free than other countries, but everything can change any day, any hour....