SARS-Cov-2, a quick explanation:
1. Developed in a laboratory in Wuhan funded by US taxpayers under the direction of Tony Fauci and his “Gain of Function” cult.
2. First transported to Lombardy by Chinese migrant workers in September 2019.
3. For most healthy adults it represents no threat at all. Some will have no reaction whatever, some will suffer symptoms varying from a mild cold to a bad dose of flu. (Mine was the latter).
4. Older people and those with a damaged metabolism lack sufficient t-cell immunity 2/
and if they’re 80+ should be protected for their own safety.
5. Children are under no threat of any kind.
6. Masks do not control spread of infection.
7. Lockdowns do not control spread of infection.
8. Nothing viable controls spread of infection.
9. Roughly 0.5% of the world’s population will die after infection but 99% of them would have died within a year or two, anyway.
10. The best protection against death from Covid is a minor Covid infection. Vaccines may achieve similar results.
11. Immunity, post-infection is proven to last at least 20 years. That’s life, for most of us.
12. “Vaccine Passports” are back door subjugation to the State. Nothing less.
13. Emergency legislation imposed to control our freedom of action is illegal and should be ignored. 5/
14. There’s no such thing as free money. We will all pay for the largesse that has been lapped up.
15. Most of what you hear in the media is poppycock dressed up to sound like bullshit.
16. Get back to work, hug your friends and start bloody living!

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