If you think the pandemic is over just because COVID restrictions have ended in many countries in the world, then you are severely mistaken. Kit Knightly expounds on this insight in the Off Guardian article published last March 16, 2022.
According to Knightly, China has reported a new spike in cases, prompting the country to return to lockdowns. Europe is also seeing a “Covid resurgence” with some experts blaming the “rushed” exit from restrictions. Meanwhile, several mainstream media have started fear-mongering, with daily reporting on two new variants – the Deltacron, which was first “discovered back in January 2022, and B.2, also referred to as the “Stealth Omicron”, discovered first last December 2021.
Knightly says: “All this just serves as a reminder that the Covid story is still there, and they can (and probably will) bring it back whenever they want. Maybe the very moment Ukraine and Russia agree on a peace deal.”
Editor’s Note: The value of Knightly’s article can only be appreciated if you understand that emergencies are a tool of governments to gain power and control over their citizens. This is why we highly encourage you to listen to the podcast featured in the article Maajid Nawaz: COVID is a military-grade psychological operation launched by countries on their citizens.
Once you finish the podcast, you will begin to understand why the Russia-Ukraine war is connected to the COVID scamdemic. Only through this vantage point will you be able to see the systematic assault on humanity. When you understand the power dynamics, we are sure that you, too will become wary of initiatives that try to install centralized power systems [see World Health Assembly Agrees to Launch Process to Develop Global Treaty to Fight Pandemics, WHO makes move to create international digital passport, World Council for Health Sounds Alarms on WHO’s pandemic treaty initiative].
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