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 No.240036[Last 50 Posts]

 No.240051

Take a look at the Diamond Princess, everything should point out towards a floating coffin, internal air ventilation, slow testing, evacuation of only the sicks who would have plenty of time of spreading the disease, no protective equipement, barely any separation of the sick from the healthy, no designation of contaminated area, lots of vulnerable senior passengers, for almost 2 months. Despite all those catastrophic conditions, not even 20% got infection, and the fatality rate amongst them is 1%.

Is that supposed to be terryfing? Sure if you scale up thing to the millions it gets more dangerous if you're a pathetic country which can't expand it's health capacity, but barely noticeable for actual real countries, with rapid testing and isolation measures of the infected in special quarantine.

 No.240052

I think this is the big one boys: make peace with your enemies, make peace with the Lord.

 No.240053

>>240052
At worst all the shut downs will cause a global depression.
It isn't that bad. Though I feel a little sorry for parts of africa and middle east that are also dealing with a biblical plague sized cloud of locust along with the economic fall out of the corona virus.
It is a one two punch that will likely cripple them economically for years.

https://www.accuweather.com/en/business/what-the-massive-locust-swarm-in-africa-and-the-middle-east-means-to-the-us/704525

 No.240054

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>country deaths not even double digit
>whole country in lockdown
Tired of this bullshit nothingburger.

 No.240055

>>240036
>coronavirus news
>coronavirus company meeting
>coronavirus thread
>coronavirus discord
>coronavirus 2d anime g irl
smh

 No.240056

>>240054
The madness will get worse before it finally blows over.

 No.240057

>>240051
They're carrying on like it's worse than ebola. It's as if they're trying to locate the least dangerous disease that they can use to cause a panic.
And suddenly they're all carrying on about how we have to do this because human life is so important, everything must shut down to save a few thousand sick people at the twilight of their lives because "we respect the sanctity of life", but what about all the other infectious diseases that kill people? What about car crashes? Abortion? Tens of millions of would-be wizkids aren't with us because 'mommy' had them yanked out of her cosy womb and thrown in the trash (RIP) but there's no international panic about that.

 No.240059

well fuck, looks like i won't have a chance to secretly kill my old folks

 No.240062

My dad is diabetic and in his sixties if he catches this it's over.

 No.240065

>>240062
what is that supposed to be? good or bad?

 No.240068

I wonder why there are almost no posts about infecting parents, considering how many stories about hatred and abusement were posted here.

 No.240069

>>240068
how teh fuck will you even imagine this? Take a trip to chine with or some shit?

 No.240070

>>240069
go to some cheap cafe near an airport, touch everything, return home and touch everything

 No.240071

They started a fucking home quarantine for 18 days in Poland for everyone. Police will stop people asking where they are going, if you dont have a good reason you get fined. Fuckers.

 No.240072

>>240071
yeah, same in Portugal.

 No.240074

>>240071
yeah, same in India.

 No.240079

>>240057
>Tens of millions of would-be wizkids aren't with us because 'mommy' had them yanked out of her cosy womb and thrown in the trash
lucky bastards

 No.240086

This is a great article explaining why "flattening the curve" is retarded. Our best bet is to do a lockdown, wait for everyone who is currently sick to get better, then we do proper testing and contact tracing like they're doing in South Korea which should be all you need to keep it from flaring back up again.

https://medium.com/@tomaspueyo/coronavirus-the-hammer-and-the-dance-be9337092b56

 No.240088

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>>240079
tbh and it's mostly poorfags that abort saving those wizzies a life of butthurt.

 No.240089

>>240071
This is absolutely the most sensible thing to do right now. I wish my government was as competent.

 No.240093

>>240086
I'm confused why the intel agencies aren't jumping on this golden opportunity to do push for an unprecedented level of surveillance. Maybe that's too much worthless data for them to process, or they already have access to all the data they need without having to use the cover of national health security?

 No.240096

>>240088
Why do you keep posting pictures like this?

 No.240098

>>240088
Imagine the smell.

 No.240100

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I don't understand the huge response to all this at all. It just doesn't make any sense to me. You'd think governments would simply be downplaying this whole thing, so business could continue as usual, but they're doing the opposite. Wouldn't private interests and their lobbyists be super pissed over all this since they're losing profits and countries are having reduced GDP? Big private interests (like banks, weapons contractors, oil and gas companies, etc.) basically control the government, so wouldn't private interests just want the government to do nothing except repeat that everything is fine, so the economy could keep moving along and keep increasing their profit margins? Is big pharma reaping the benefits of this, or what? Is this a maneuver by governments around the world to reduce civil liberties and increase their control of consumers, at the behest of private interests? Doesn't seem like the sort of thing worth losing profits over, though, especially since the world population is quite subservient as it is. Is this ultimately just dumb panic and hysteria run amok and nobody knows what the fuck is going on? Who's ultimately benefiting here, besides mass media getting more clicks, ratings and ads? Toilet paper, face mask, and hand sanitizer companies are obviously having a fluke of a field day, I suppose. Are people just bored, is that it? Like people just this sort of shit as "fun" for them, so they're just going along with it like everybody else. It's all so confusing. I just don't get it.

 No.240101

>>240100
There's isn't anyone in control. People are scared of dying, paranoia sets in, shit like this happens.

 No.240102

>>240100
>disease is highly infectious
>has a high mortality for the elderly
>why are all those 80 year olds in government concerned about this?

 No.240104

>>240100
Everyone is just out there to save their own skins, ie their next term election chances.

 No.240105

>>240100
They need a convenient excuse for the recessecion they have been postponing for decades. The size of the pie will decrease, but it'll increase in proportion at the expense of the middle class midwits.

 No.240106

>>240100
>You'd think governments would simply be downplaying this whole thing, so business could continue as usual

this is literally what they have been doing from the beginning though. Even now Trump is tweeting like he's going to prioritize business over saving people's lives.

 No.240109

>>240102

This makes sense, I guess. Boomers and those in power are afraid of getting sick, so they're simply flexing their still remaining influence for governments to engage in a massive response to this, so they can remain healthy. It's just so dumb, though. Like you're 80 years old already, you old fuck. You're probably fucking dead in a couple years anyway, coronavirus or not. Well, whatever. Them rich old people sure know how to mobilize the world to cater to them, I guess. When was the last time the world mobilized like this for anything? Fucking still surreal and weird, I tell you.

>>240105

That's an interesting angle. Use this event as a pretext to condition people to get by with less and to gaslight/soften the blow as the economy continues suffering contractions and eventually that deep, dark recession that's been coming for a while now, while they continue to remain corralled and easy to fleece, that sort of thing?

>>240106

But lots of countries are in lockdown and shops are closed everywhere, which is affecting business as usual a lot. Which countries aren't doing these things, by the way? I'm actually genuinely curious, since they're even doing them here in insert first world country here, which is very surreal to me. How long can this go on for though? People have less money, people aren't going to work, people aren't participating in the economy. Like the other wizard said, maybe this is a controlled demolition of the economy being done under the cover of coronavirus, as an easier means to manage it and as a way to rip further chunks out of the lower classes, or whatever, without them really realizing it.

 No.240114

>>240105
Fun fact.
The reason the middle class has been shrinking in the past 10 or so years is actually because more people from the middle class have moved to the upper classes rather then move into poverty.
Even the poor are wealthier they they were 20 or 30 years ago.
At least that is how it is in the US.

 No.240120

>>240109
ehh the poorer have less to lose and vice versa
who would lose more money? a burger flipper getting fired or a vacant shopping center with no customers? not to mention the top tier businesses like oil or airplane
the richest have lost trillions dollar

 No.240121

>>240120
while increasing risk for themselves because they're usually old?

 No.240126

>>240109
The longer countries wait to lockdown, the more people it will kill and the worse it will be for their economy. You have to stop the spread of the disease in its tracks before you can reopen everything, otherwise it will just spread like wildfire and millions would die. Countries are doing lockdowns because that's the only sensible move if you want to protect either your population or your economy.

 No.240127

>>240109
>>240126
oh, also I should add that the countries that aren't doing it are ones like the US, Iran, and the UK. "social distancing" is not enough to get the R value below 1, therefore it's pointless, only lockdown that is actually enforced by the authorities will work. Everything else will just prolong the pain.

 No.240130

>>240126
Are you joking?

Lock down does far more harm to the economy then even if it killed the maximal amount in the very worst projections.

 No.240131

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 No.240132

>>240131
Closing all businesses for weeks at a time would effectively stop economic activity and production which would do damage on levels never seen before in the modern world.
A plague that kills off mainly people who aren't even statistically economically productive in numbers that are barely a blip compared to other causes of death would barely put a dent in the global economy on it's own in comparison.

 No.240142

>>240132
Consider that those who are sick not only need expensive medical attention, but cannot do the work they would've previously. Even if they don't die, if half a country got the coronavirus, they'd be less productive than half the country working from home.

 No.240145

Main question is how important are elderly for the economy.
In Russia we have about 40 million people wasting their pension bux on vodka or mindlessly collecting money without pouring it into economy.

 No.240147

>>240132
I don't see any permanent damage coming out of this. The drop in economic activity is currently mostly an artificial drop. Pretty much all the materials, factories etc., as well as people are still there. The moment the pandemic stops and government regulations go away, economic activity will resume and return to its previous state because the value is still there. It's a lot different than, for instance, bombing a city to the ground or huge death tolls that actually do cause irreversible damage to the value of the economy.

 No.240149

>>240145
A huge portion of health spending go to extending life for a few weeks and repairing broken hips. The healthcare industry will collapse if all the elderly die.

 No.240150

>>240132
Its kind of naive to assume that the economy would just keep rolling along as it was were there no lockdowns. People dont want to get sick, and they dont want their elderly family members to get sick and die. People wont be going to restaurants as much even without laws to stop them. Workplaces will be shutdown or moved to working remotely even without laws encouraging them to do so.
In fact I would guess that a lot more panic would be spreading among the populous if they saw their politicians doing nothing. That could turn into civil distress including riots and looting.
You cant just compare the current economy to the previous ones minus deaths. Info on the virus and how not get it will get out. It's unavoidable and completely unrealistic to think otherwise.

 No.240151

>>240147
You are in for a rude awaking. There are already thousands of business that have gone under and will never return thanks to this. Hundreds of thousands that are not unemployed.
It is doing a number on dozens of industries both large and small in ways that will take months or even years to recover from. And that is only with what has happens so far. If things became even more restrictive or this panic last even longer, like last for months, then shit will make the great depression look like a practice run.

>Its kind of naive to assume that the economy would just keep rolling along as it was were there no lockdowns.

Not once was that assumption made. It would have a effect on the economy but it would pale in comparison to the disruption and damage caused by a prolonged lock down.

>In fact I would guess that a lot more panic would be spreading among the populous if they saw their politicians doing nothing.

Meanwhile in mexico…
Yeah everything is as normal there despite the government doing more or less nothing.
Compare that to say Philadelpha where the police declared that they aren't going to do shit about "non-violent" crime like burglary, looting, and theft because the government employees are so afraid of the virus.
>You cant just compare the current economy to the previous ones minus deaths.
And I didn't.
I am comparing what happens to a economy when a pandemic is going on, and one in which all economic activity is shut down.
One is slowed down a bit, the other is completely dead.

 No.240152

So, no one yet enjoyed a walk in some deserted area in their city?

 No.240153

>>240151
>There are already thousands of business that have gone under
>and will never return thanks to this.

Again, all the value is still there. For instance, air companies aren't getting much business currently but it's not like all our planes got destroyed or we lost the knowledge to build planes or air travel became obsolete. No, the only thing that changed is the demand for air travel which will undoubtedly come back after the pandemic dies down. Yes, many companies will go bankrupt and exchange owners and all the CEOs won't be getting a bonus this year but it's important to remember that the actual value is still there which guarantees the economy will have a comeback, albeit with different players at the top.

Also, the people that lost their jobs will inevitably get them back in a few months (or how ever this last). The demand for workers will come back, as well as restaurants, travel, and whatever else got impacted.

 No.240155

>>240152
This is ironically the worst time to go out for walks. There are way more joggers and dog walkers than I've seen before near me. I don't know what places would be desolate now that weren't before. Maybe a mall?

 No.240157

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>i brought you to a perfect world, honey

 No.240158

>>240153
Well, and what value was lost in the 2007 financial crisis or during the Great Depression.

It seems the same thing happened. Panic, people losing confidence in the system, not willing to buy, hoarding money because of uncertainty.

Who knows where we're heading.

 No.240159

>>240153
Value isn't a resource. It is subjective and based on how individuals interact within the market.
Value isn't still there because value isn't anywhere even metaphorically speaking.
It is like saying the love is still there, or the good vibes are still there.

 No.240160

>>240158
>Well, and what value was lost in the 2007 financial crisis or during the Great Depression.

Both cases are vastly more complicated than this. The factors that lead to these events were structural and also had to do with questionable government regulations and practices. In this case, it's really just a temporary dip in demand that has no reason not to come back in a few months.

>>240159
Value is "subjective" but isn't arbitrary or random. It's largely controlled by the forces of supply and demand.
Any idiot can see that this current drop in value is just temporary due to a temporary drop in demand and doesn't actually reflect the "real" value.
Like I said, planes and air companies might be much less valuable in this moment, but nothing has changed the reality surrounding air travel other than a drop in demand that's caused by a temporary ultra-rare event.
Many people will use this chance to buy up these businesses for cheap and get their money back twice fold when the demand inevitable comes back.

 No.240161


 No.240166

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 No.240167

>>240157
man is that a kid's butt? Wow. Just wow…

 No.240168

Is Canada fucked?

 No.240191

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My country's lockdown is supposed to end this week but everybody in the news is talking about the government extending it. Normalfags are already going crazy after the first week, I wonder how they will handle possibly more than a month of this.

 No.240195

>>240168
In general, yes
Due to the virus, no

The political and economic fall out is more of a problem for Canada in this particular situation. Although Canada did have a lot of travel between it and China, the lower population density and cleanliness culture of Canada along with it's okish response will likely mitigate the severity of the virus.

 No.240207

https://russia-insider.com/en/china-poised-win-big-covid-more-ways-one/ri28459

It is now virtually certain that COVID-19 was brought to Wuhan by American troops taking part in the city’s World Military Games last Oct. 18-27.

The 300-strong US contingent stayed 300 meters from the Huanan Seafood Market where China’s outbreak began (see map below) at the Wuhan Oriental Hotel.

Five of the US troops developed a fever on Oct. 25 and were taken to an infectious-diseases hospital for treatment.

42 employees of the Oriental Hotel were diagnosed with COVID-19, becoming the first cluster in Wuhan. At the time only 7 people from the market had been thus diagnosed (and treated before the hotel staff). All 7 had contact with the 42 from the hotel. From this source, the virus spread to the rest of China.

The American Military Games team trained at a location near Fort Detrick, the military’s viral lab closed down by the CDC in July for various deficiencies.

The big question now is whether the transmission was planned, or accidental.

Chinese authorities are awaiting an explanation from US authorities.

 No.240222

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anypony went outside? i haven't been outside in two weeks, are there zombies out there, maybe piglice patrolling the streets?

 No.240234

>>240191
Are you a french wizzie ? It will last at least a month.

 No.240236

>>240207
>It is now virtually certain that COVID-19 was brought to Wuhan by American troops taking part in the city’s World Military Games last Oct. 18-27.

Lol. What retarded bullshit.

 No.240244

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>>240195

I'm curious to know more about how fucked Canada is, but I guess that'd be somewhat unrelated to the thread. Please tell me anyway, wizzie. One question I have is how badly do you think another economic crisis would affect Canada? 2008 didn't seem to affect Canada all that badly and I'm not really sure why. Better antitrust laws, I guess? I haven't a clue about anything that goes on in this country, frankly. As a long time hermit, I'm just quite concerned that when another financial crisis hits how badly it will affect my own situation and the mortgage of my parent's house and their continued solvency.

I'm also quite shocked to hear that the US and UK aren't in lockdown. My mother was actually telling me the other day about how butthurt Trudeau was in the news over people not abiding the lockdown here. I mean, I don't really get it, because all the stores are pretty much closed up around here until further notice. This isn't how it is in the States then?

 No.240251

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They're already killing themselves for not being able to go out.

Spoiler because of thot.

 No.240254

>>240251
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8150271/Teenager-dies-hospital-trying-life-coronavirus-fears.html

'Few people are aware but four years ago she was diagnosed with high-functioning autism and had a daily battle to fit in and conform to social norms.

'She didn't want anyone to know, but now she has gone we want to make people know that autism comes in all shapes and sizes.'


lol

 No.240255

>>240254
Any native speakers can explain to me why 'beautiful' and 'Funny and charming' are in quotes?

 No.240256

>>240255
it's funny to think that it's passive aggressiveness, but no it just means someone they interviewed called her as such.

 No.240257

>>240256
I see, thanks. That's what I thought, it looks out of place.

 No.240259

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>>240251

It's been 13 years for me. More like 17 years actually, since, outside of school at the time, I was indoors pretty much all the time. Funny how, short of 2 years, the totality of my time thus far spent in near constant seclusion is almost equal to this succubus's entire life. And yet she couldn't even handle it for less than a couple weeks, or whatever. I could go on about how weak and laughable the normcattle are as a result of this, but the fact is that it's very difficult for people to act in ways that run contrary to what they otherwise are. For me, I'm simply a hermit. Always have been, always will be. Isolation, let alone long-term isolation, can be a vicious reality to contend with for those not suited for that sort of thing, even if it's only for as a short time as a month or a few weeks. Even for those that are, like myself, it can can still be very arduous and trying at times, being locked away in the same space for months upon months, even nearing an entire year, at a time (keep in mind that I don't even go for walks by myself and the only time I ever get out is when I go for nightly drives with my mother). Personally, having spent all this time in this dark cave I call a room, I feel I've become somewhat deformed in a Gollum-esque way, mentally speaking at least, and I'd imagine my psyche has probably suffered long term brain damage. Having said that, many norms could still do well with learning to appreciate solitude and quiet, but that seems unlikely to ever happen on a grand scale and this situation is just reinforcing/proving that to be the case.

 No.240260

>>240259
>, but the fact is that it's very difficult for people to act in ways that run contrary to what they otherwise are
I wonder how many shut ins would kill ourselves within a few weeks of forced social interaction, I probably would.

 No.240262

>>240234
Nah, third world Argentinian wizzie. At first they said this was going to last until the end of the month, but everywhere people are speculating that the government is going to extend it.

 No.240265

America is beyond fucked at this point.

 No.240268

>>240053

>Could a locust infestation occur in the U.S.? Not likely these days, although locusts decimated American farmers in the past. “The chances of this happening today are much smaller,” Nicholls said. “There are modern means of controlling it – pesticides and so much technology.”


and the fact that locusts are extinct in North America probably helps keep the chances "small". Damn this is some shitty reporting.

 No.240269

>>240251
>Emily Owen, who had high-functioning autism
RIP, fellow aspie. A bit strange to hear about one who didn't like isolation, though.

 No.240270

>>240251
someone just made this image to troll.

 No.240279

>>240251
average witchie

 No.240280

>>240270
troll what? it's just stating the news

 No.240282


 No.240283

>>240282
she had a fat ass

 No.240284

>>240283
She really liked her own ass that's for sure.

 No.240285

Imagine how many people would want to have a "proper burial" for their family members. Especially religious tards.
Sorry, in the oven you go!

 No.240286

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>>240285
the normgroid fixation on last wills, funerals, burial, all that jazz, is stupid. Throw my body in the trash what do I care??? And suicide notes are always so tacky. Whiny emo bullshit. I'm not leaving the bastards a damn thing. Life is suffering, norman optimists gotta pervert the sanctity of death to get them happy fee fees. Apes… apes the lot of 'em

 No.240287

>>240268
they killed one out of every ten farmers?

 No.240292

>>240285
Lots of people do cremation these days.

 No.240322

>>240286
are you implying you're not an ape?

 No.240355

>>240322
Nah he’s an enlightened truwiz!

 No.240363

>Wiz finally gets a comfy work-from-home gig watching security cams over the internet
>suddenly everyone who works elsewhere is forced to work from home too while collecting benefits
>wiz's workload triples as he must now watch roadcams to make sure nobody is violating quarantine
>no additional pay

I bet this happaned to at least one virgin out there

 No.240364

>>240322
I'm an ape LARPing as an enlightened wizscholar maybe if I,LARP hard enough I can forget my ape nature

 No.240367

>>240363
Nobody watches road cams, nor most cameras for that matter. Also I don’t think most camera operators work from home. It’s called closed circuit for a reason.

 No.240372

>>240363
>work-from-home gig watching security cams over the internet

Is this even a thing?

 No.240384

>>240372
Seems like a massive security breach.

 No.240395


 No.240402

Does anyone know if home depot or any other store still has N95 masks in stock?

I don't want to go to the store and check.

 No.240405

>>240372
Never heard of it so I doubt it.
Maybe there are a rare few exceptions but largely no.

 No.240406

>>240402
extremely doubtful, just get one of those gas mask looking respirators and safety goggles if you want real protection

 No.240409

>>240402
Because there is only one home Depot in the world and you can't just check what is in stock at a local one online or order one online ether.
No, they don't have a website or anything. And search engines aren't a thing either. Better ask wizards to check it out and run recon for me instead of doing any of those other things.

 No.240416

>>240402
Not a chance. All that shit has been diverted for medical professionals to use.

 No.240426

>>240402
Last ditch ressort is using a scarf, or a t-shirt. It won't filter more 50%, but it's still better than 0%. Remember to clean and disinfect after use.

 No.240435

>>240426
yeah let's inhale all the particles while not being protected from any shit

 No.240439

the quarantine period's been extended in my country. This sucks.
17 more days to go.

 No.240442

I don't really mind the quarantine, but I'm starting to see my family begin to crack. It was already sort of annoying to not just be alone but if they really start getting hysterical it's going to be a rough couple months.

 No.240471

>>240442
my family are shutins too so this thing hasn't bothered us in the slightest

 No.240479

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 No.240480

Stimulus checks are coming — here's how to make sure you get yours quickly

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>So if you haven't filed taxes yet for one of those years, now is a good time.


>It's not necessary to download special software or use a tax preparer. The IRS has two paths for free filing options, one for those making under $69,000 and another for those making above $69,000. Both can be found on IRS.gov.


>Individuals making up to $75,000 a year would receive checks for $1,200, with an additional $500 per child. The payments would progressively decrease for individuals making more than $75,000, with an income cap of $99,000.


>Per the bill: "For the vast majority of Americans, no action on their part will be required in order to receive a rebate check. This includes many low-income individuals who file a tax return in order to take advantage of the refundable earned income tax credit and child tax credit."


>For those who have already filed 2018 and 2019 taxes and whose information is up to date and accurate, there's no need to do anything at all.


https://www.nbcnews.com/business/consumer/stimulus-checks-are-coming-here-s-how-make-sure-you-n1169576

 No.240489

>>240479
Guess in US they will be shooting people on spot.

 No.240490

>>240480
>checks are coming
not for me and the other neets here

and do us a favor, don't post stuff with that "HERE'S HOW" retardation, whoever the jew media nitwit is that started that needs to be dragged into the street and have his/her head clubbed in, that piece of shit

 No.240491

Any wizards from NY here?

 No.240492

>>240480
ooh nice.

>>240489
God I wish.

>>240490
>not for me and the other neets here
It seems you just need to file your taxes. You don't to have made any income at all to do your taxes, in fact that makes it a lot easier.

 No.240506

>>240490
>>240492
if youre on disability you dont even have to file taxes to get it. only reason why someone wouldn't get it is if they're still "dependents" of their parents

 No.240507

>>240490
>with an additional $500 per child
Imagine living in a world that rewards evil deeds

 No.240508

>>240492
>jus file ur taxes
oh yeah, us neets know all about filing tax returns and shit like you people

 No.240510

>>240508
If you want that free money y'all niggas better learn.

 No.240512

>>240251
She probably had other issues, but otherwise, that's gotta be peak normie.

 No.240513

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The cynical-as-hell responses from various countries makes me sad that communism always seems to turn into a shitshow in practice.

They're throwing a fit over people not working and accumulating more wealth upwards. There's plenty enough wealth at the top for them to save people's ass too if they wanted, but ain't gonna happen.

 No.240514

>>240510
I don't want that not actually free money, what I want is you to stop talking like a fucking wigger

 No.240516

>>240514
Cry to someone that actually cares

 No.240520

>>240516
yo homey, sup

bing bang eminem muhfugga bix nood

 No.240521

I find it astonishing that the world stopped for a virus that kills something like 0.3% of old people.

I can understand old obese boomers being afraid of it, given that they are already halfway in the grave, but even young people are refraining from going out and meeting others.

 No.240522

>>240521
1k people dying a day like in Italy is pretty bad optics even if you have no compassion for the guys.

 No.240562

>>240492
I don't think you'll get something for filing a tax return with nothing on it.

 No.240565

>>240514
Wizchan 2k20

 No.240574

>>240521
> 0.3% of old people.
Maybe you should stop pulling random numbers out of your ass and get informed, retard

 No.240576

>>240521
In NY they have already run out of space to put the freshly dead.

Actually look at the footage coming out of Italy.
This virus has the proven ablity to overwelem healthcare systems and kill a fuck ton of people in a very short span of time.

While I would argue that some of the panic is overhype, this isn't nothing and does requires action to prevent a unmitigated disaster.

 No.240582

>>240576
> In NY they have already run out of space to put the freshly dead.
Hundreds of people die in New York City every single day without generating any dramatic stories about running out of room to save up the corpses, but somehow a few hundred 'extra' deaths over some weeks causes a catastrophic system failure.

>>240574
Even on that cruise ship that got stuck off Japan, with a population heavily skewed towards sedentary old people afflicted with all manner of underlying health problems, only 30% of passengers got it and only 1.4% of people who got it died. And it can't have been because the healthcare systems weren't overloaded way back then because they don't know how to treat it anyway.

 No.240586

>>240513

But how will Chad Goldberg look to his friends if his stock goes down? He would look pretty uncool and feel pretty unhappy…

 No.240603

People are freaking out because they seriously don't know what this thing can do. It's still growing and accelerating and hasn't actually hit any kind of apex yet in terms of infection rates. China lied about their infection rates and hospitals are getting overwhelmed, this won't end the world but it shows that our current system would be woefully inadequate if it was some kind of lung exploding super disease. Sure it probably won't kill you but people have been complaining of lasting lung damage and shortness of breath after recovering, so that will be fun just living with scarred up lungs.

Corona has humiliated every world leader and it shows no sign of stopping.

 No.240636

>>240582
Why would you expect morgues to have capacity for hundreds more than usual? That wouldn't make much economic sense.

 No.240639

I heard a rumor that where they're keeping all the dead bodies in NYC are starting to rot and decompose.

Another crazy rumor is that someone reported they heard low murmuring and groaning when they walked past one of the dead bodies.

 No.240640

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>>240639
>Another crazy rumor is that someone reported they heard low murmuring and groaning when they walked past one of the dead bodies.
Sensationalism of the highest order.

 No.240641

>>240640
More like mmm brains

 No.240642

>>240639
> where they're keeping all the dead bodies in NYC are starting to rot and decompose.

uhm, grammar?

 No.240644

>>240642
Does my English bother you?

 No.240646

>>240642
rot and decompose is redundant but it's not a matter of grammar

 No.240650

Something is gonna happen when 666,666 people are infected. I can feel it.

1,000,000 people means something HUGE is gonna happen.

 No.240651


 No.240659

Sure looks like china has things under control to me.
No problem at all. Nothing to worry about from China.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8162773/Chinas-coronavirus-epicentre-Wuhan-lifts-lockdown-travel-restrictions-time-two-months.html

 No.240684

https://www.nbcwashington.com/news/maryland-man-arrested-for-having-60-people-over-for-bonfire-violating-social-distancing-orders/2257130/

Stupid normies are now getting locked up because they can't go a week without partying. Quite a thing to witness. Never thought I'd see the day they literally lock you up for being too much of a normalfaggot.

 No.240685

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>>240684
I should have included the mugshot.

 No.240686

>>240684
These truly are the halcyon days. Just staying inside, making Lego creations day in, day out and nobody can say boo against it.

 No.240690

>>240684
I hate normalfags as much as the next person but martial law actions like this are flat-out unjust, especially when it's mainly caused by the media's hype spiral.

 No.240691

>>240686
not for everyone wizzie
my most recent job got rid ofme due to meme virus, and now that family is home all the time, im on the verge of being kicked out.

 No.240692

>>240650
Just how you "felt" in the past about all the incoming apocalypses/raptures? Are you sure what you felt was not your father's/religous sermon/pastor/etc prodding your boypussy?

 No.240693

>>240686
my mom doesn't leave the house now and it's a nightmare

 No.240696

Does it have to do with 5G? What do you think?

 No.240697

Normies around here seem to consider it psychological torture to stay home for a few months to save lives.

 No.240699

>>240697
They've set up helplines and video counseling for such cases in here on how to cope with being a pseudo-shut-in.

 No.240700

>>240699
lmao
i've never felt better, and yet i would go out almost every single day for hours to walk alone
i think it's the combination of silence (no cars!) and not feeling pressured to leave the house like i used to
and it's hay fever season now anyway, so i couldn't care less about not enjoying the "nice" sunny weather and the blooming trees - goddamn birches can burn for all i care

 No.240701

I had to emit a short, bitter laugh when I heard these creatures calling it "trauma" to be told they can't shake hands, rub butts and breathe in strangers' faces

all that trump wants them to do is stay 6 feet apart from each other and now they're jumping from rooftops from the stress, christ

I hate normies

 No.240720

I went shopping tonight after a couple weeks, the shelves are still bare of the usual panic items, and almost all the customers were wearing the coveted dust masks…but no goggles. Ha. The on-site cop wasn't hassling anyone, so I may start wearing my gas mask in there now that it's apparently kosher.

All the employees though were covering their mouths with plain old cotton bandanas. You'd think people would know better by now.

 No.240731

At this point it looks like China is using Coron to their advantage and almost acting as if they are at war with the rest of the world.

If they keep this up they will bring upon themselves their own destruction. There is more then enough justification not just for the harshest of economic sanctions, but at this point even military intervention could easily be justified.
I mean they are doing everything Nazi Germany did and more after all. They are one propaganda campaign away from being annihilated by everyone else.

 No.240736

>>240731
Can you recommend some political channels that are actual hardworking content creators instead of Timpool, Sargon or these other news article readers who churn out content like daily waste?

 No.240739

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>>240736
black bird speaks
satanfaggot666
shit eating monkey (hope you don't mind sex toy reviews) https://www.youtube.com/user/MorgueToeTag/videos

 No.240796

I'm so bored of this lockdown shit, I miss my comfy nightwalks.

Just kill us already.

 No.240820

>>240796
Most places you are still fine going on night walks alone, especially if you can use a bs excuse if hassled.
It is going to gatherings and the like which is advised against.

 No.240833

>>240736
https://www.corbettreport.com/greatestdepression/
this guy makes content almost daily & his videos are well researched , includes links & show notes
https://www.globalresearch.ca/
this is an independent news website its is not as clickbiaty like zerohedge

 No.240897

>>240894
>i have my ass covered and grab neetbux on booze and shit
>boo-hoo poor me

 No.240906

>>240897
You're right, I felt a ashamed of myself and deleted that post.

 No.240912

https://russia-insider.com/en/corona-very-mild-virus-no-more-deadly-many-others-we-dont-make-fuss-about/ri28444

Data from Italy suggests the median age of fatalities is 79.5 years, where Italian life expectancy is 82.5 years. Of the 2500+ victims, only 17 were under 50. Also, 99 percent of all fatalities had pre-existing conditions. True enough, Italian health authorities were rather liberal in their inclusion of “pre-existing conditions” counting even often rather benign conditions like high blood pressure. But there is something else you have to consider:

48.5 percent of those died had 3 or more illnesses and 25.6 percent had at least two
The thing about statistics of natural phenomena is that there’s a sea of difference between something occurring 95% of the time and 99% of the time. For example, at a normal distribution to go from covering 95% of the population to 99.7% you need to go from 2 standard deviations to 3. If 90 percent of fatalities had at least one pre-existing condition I’d think nothing of it, but tell me it’s 99 percent (!) and you’ve got my attention.

 No.240916


 No.240918

>>240912
It's funny, 2 weeks ago I was chastising my family for not taking this shit seriously and they would say I was overreacting. Now they're all fucking paranoid about it while I'm the one thinking people are taking this out of proportion. The more I read about how those numbers are put together and how they compare with other diseases, the more I think it's an overreaction. Don't get me wrong though, I would still have quarantine for people over 60, but closing everything down like we're doing is ridiculous.

>>240916
All major news sites already have their narrative and they'll treat anyone who disagrees with them as being wrong, including actual scientists. Why would you believe big media sites over other ones when we know for a fact they lie all the time? Don't you remember shit like weapons of mass destruction? Regardless, you should look for info outside the big media eitherway.

 No.240919

>>240916
>The CDC was not able to determine whether the young people included in its report had underlying health conditions
and since people who aren't in FUD-spiral mode aren't going to go to the hospital for a flu, the ratio for reported cases and actual cases are likely very different.

 No.240921

>>240918
>Why would you believe big media sites
i agree it's a common thing, but still there's shit like reporters who care about their name = credibility
unlike some "undercover" site made by a russian student to get $ from ads or make oldfarts download trojans

 No.240922

>>240921
The sources they link to are legitimate.

 No.240925

The IRS updated their Coronavirus page.
Economic impact payments: What you need to know
https://www.irs.gov/newsroom/economic-impact-payments-what-you-need-to-know

 No.240932

>>240916
ad hominems are all that you have, your post is worthless and so are you

 No.240933

>>240932
n-no! y-your dads gay and worthless!

 No.240993

>>240916
>Americans
How many of them are morbidly obese, diabetic, pozzed or some other lifestyle disease? It's time to drop the big mac, uninstall grindr and do some push up fatties.

 No.240995

>Bangladesh
>8th most populous country in the world
>same size as Iowa
>54 cases

something tells me this is not right. I've been waiting for the cases to explode in poor densely populated areas but it looks like they don't have the testing capacity so we won't know how bad it gets.

 No.240998

>>240993
anyone getting sick by this is already insanely unhealthy, yes
best not to worry

 No.241022

This is mostly a hoax, the plan is to blame money for spreading the disease.

Electronic pay only goyim.

Enjoy your rfid chip in your hand (mark of the beast)

Don't take the vaccine, the chip is inside of it.

666 time soon! Big happening on Easter sunday, either a big death, big scandal, or something incomprehensible will happen.

 No.241025

>>241022
no, the plan is to blame trump for existing

 No.241035

https://www.propublica.org/article/coronavirus-er-doctors-nurses-benefits
>Alteon Health, backed by private-equity firms Frazier Healthcare Partners and New Mountain Capital, will cut salaries, time off and retirement benefits for providers, citing lost revenue. Several hospital operators announced similar cuts.
>Most ER providers in the U.S. work for staffing companies that have contracts with hospitals. Those staffing companies are losing revenue as hospitals postpone elective procedures and non-coronavirus patients avoid emergency rooms. Health insurers are processing claims more slowly as they adapt to a remote workforce.
>However, another major staffing company for emergency rooms, TeamHealth, said its employees would not be affected. “We are not instituting any reduction in pay or benefits,” TeamHealth said in a statement to ProPublica. “This is despite incurring significant cost for staffing in anticipation of surging volumes, costs related to quarantined and sick physicians, and costs for PPE as we work hard to protect our clinicians from the virus.”
>At Alteon, Holtzclaw wrote that the measures were necessary despite relief available from the $2 trillion stimulus that Congress passed last week. Those provisions include deferring payroll taxes, suspending reimbursement cuts and receiving advance Medicare payments.
>Another Alteon physician said he had been planning to ask for time off to go help out in New York, where the coronavirus outbreak is the worst in the nation. Now he has no paid time off, and he thinks his employer won’t support him if he gets sick. He said if his pay drops he’ll have to look for a new job.
>“I have a huge loan payment. I have rent. I have groceries. I’m not going to sacrifice my life for when I get sick and they’re going to say, ‘You were replaceable,’” the physician said. “I cannot believe they did that to us."
lol, financial collapse of the healthcare industry, and leadership demoralising the healthcare workers amidst a pandemic soon?

 No.241036

>>241022
I'm a proud member of Wizchan Death Cult, why should i give a flying fuck.

 No.241039

my mom is on the mass hysteria bandwagon and freaking out if I leave the house, I just returned from a walk…on empty streets…she's beating on my door threatening to shut my electricity off

she seriously expects me to become a shut-in and not even go to the store for food and supplies

what the fuck am I supposed to do, dumbass? starve?

 No.241040

>>241039
I mean I returned 8 hours ago because the piece of shit turned my electricity off while I was typing that

this evil virus hoax is out of control

 No.241057

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I'm scared of the virus now
as someone with absolutely zero life skills what if the situation worsens and everyone starts killing each other as a result of competition for resources and authoritative police state?
the chances of someone dying by getting mugged when going to buy apples would become higher than from the virus itself
I don't even know what skills I should learn during these few weeks of sanity before things slip into hell

 No.241058

>>241057
>what skills I should learn
find a tree with strong brenches and learn making a noose

 No.241059

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Suddenly the world of mindless consumers realised they should've saved up money and not bury themselves in 15 credit loans.

 No.241061

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>>241058
If they were to take no measures and just let this spread like wildfire, effectively clogging up all hospitals, thus causing a lot of unnecessary deaths, heads would roll in the following storm of criticism and none of them would even get to finish the ongoing term. Countries politicians have approached this differently, it'll be interesting to see who pulls through with the least financial damage. It probably won't be Italy.

 No.241065

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So I still don't get it. I don't follow the news, or the stock market. Is the economy probably going to collapse soon? Speaking of Canada, my parents were telling me how the lockdown on businesses and travel might very well go on until August. How is that sustainable? Where is the government getting the money to pay off people who aren't working? Just taking out more debt? Isn't that the same as throwing more dynamite on a stack of dynamite that's due to explode any moment and if anything should've exploded already? What about local businesses or chain stores that go under during this process? The people who worked there won't be getting there jobs back, which means an overall negative effect, perhaps rather gigantic negative to the economy. People lose their jobs, people aren't going out and spending their money, assuming they have any. How is the economy even surviving this right now? Even when the lockdown is lifted say someone lost their job, the lockdown is gone so they aren't getting any more support from the government, what then? Most jobs are already scarce enough as it is, nor do they pay very well. This just intensifies that problem ten fold. I just don't get how people, or certain businesses, are supposed to recover economically like this. This already feels like the sort of thing which should've been a deathblow for an already extremely precarious global financial situation. This lockdown was the equivalent of a shotgun blowing a person's head off completely, yet somehow they're still stumbling around alive. It's crazy and defies reality.

If coronavirus were so bad that it literally liquefied your internal organs upon being infected by it, no matter your age or current health, then I could understand the overwhelming response to this, but it doesn't. Not even close. Literally all it does is kill old people. The entire world is losing its collective mind and going into lockdown/suiciding the economy because old people, or more specifically rich old people, are dying, or just might die. How completely ridiculous. The one thing the world mobilizes itself for and it's because of stupid meaningless shit like that. What a joke of a species. Even the idea of it being a controlled demotion of the economy just seems kinda dumb. There's no way that you can control, or mitigate a collapse of this magnitude and for one to try to would likely only make it even worse. It's like deciding whether you want to die fast, or slow. You're fucking dead either way. If I were an alien sitting in a UFO hovering near this planet I'd be laughing my extraterrestrial ass off at how retarded the human race is. Unfortunately, I'm also human and will probably suffer gravely from the economic fallout of this mass retardation. Who'd of thought it'd be because of stupid shit like this that finally sunk my situation. It has a grimly hilarious quality to it, but it'll be hell to deal with once the economy really does start unraveling and taking potentially hundreds of millions with it as it does. Well maybe the norms will finally mount a revolution and finally force the ultra wealthy to redistribute their ill gotten gains to the rest of society to prevent total catastrophe. Probably not, but one can hope. Starving people en masse tend to have nothing left to lose after all and is usually a precursor to some kind of major revolt.

 No.241066

>>241065
What i don't understand is why a resident of the top 1st world contry even bothers thinking about this shit. You're gonna be cured even if you start french-kissing terminal grannies right now, and have thousands of neetbux up your ass.

 No.241067

>>241066
>even if you start french-kissing terminal grannies right now

But we would prefer if you ever do that to refrain to post on wizchan ever again. Thanks.

 No.241068

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>>241067
LIEK WAT U SEEE?

 No.241070

>>241069
read this >>241065
but use your eyes not butthole

 No.241071

>>241065
The key is the health care system, if the hospitals are jam packed with sick elderly then your obese ass is going to have to die out in the streets next time you put yourself in a insulin coma.

 No.241073

https://dailystormer.su/coronavirus-psychosis-when-fear-of-a-fake-apocalypse-causes-a-real-apocalypse/

What is being called Coronavirus or COVID-19 is a “novel coronavirus.” Every year during flu season, 7-15% of flu infections are from a novel coronavirus. Even if this were to turn out with a high death toll, it would still just be a bad flu season. However, at time of writing there are 25,000 people in America dead of non-corona flu viruses, and just over 5,000 deaths from corona flu. So we are on track for this to be a normal flu season.

 No.241074

>>241072
He's writing about Canada and i responded about Canada, you dumbfuck

 No.241079

>>241066

Did you even bother to read what was literally the third sentence in my post? I'm thinking about it because the economy might very well crash, which could certainly put me in a pretty bad position. This virus also doesn't liquefy people's organs. It just kills old people. That's why I made a point of mentioning my confusion when it comes to the response and how it's essentially nothing less than mass suicide for the economy over what is literally nothing. Also, spare me your third world saltiness. It's not my fault, or my problem, that you happen to live in a disgusting third world shit hole.

>>241071

>Doesn't even bother to read my post

>Acts like a dismissive, smug normcunt
>Probably is a dismissive, smug normcunt

Christ all fucking mighty, the outsider scum is really at a fever pitch these days. So a wizard gives an impartial assessment and asks a few equally impartial questions and gets met with raw sewage like this? At least if the economy crashes it'll finally take this shit heap of a website offline and probably kill off tons of normcunts too. I guess there's a silver lining to everything.

>then your obese ass is going to have to die out in the streets next time you put yourself in a insulin coma.


Pure cancer. Forget coronavirus, please contract either AIDS, or Ebola as soon as possible.

 No.241080

>>241079
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Economy_of_Canada
Doesn't look crashable to me, but again i'm a stupid third world scum.

 No.241086

>>241079
>>Doesn't even bother to read my post
Right, sum it up then, what are you getting at? Because mustering about as much energy as I can to read your dumb fucking wall of text, which starts of with top notch sentences like "I don't follow the news" so you know any sensible person would just ignore it and move on, it basically seems as if you think prioritizing keeping the economy running is the preferable choice. The economy isn't going to crash over some months of recession nor will anarchy take over if that's what you wanted to know, some african and asian shitholes have suffered decades of similiar strain and they're still more or less running.

 No.241090

>>241065

The economy won't crash, Schlomo Goldstein who is friends with Donald Trump just won't make as much profit as he likes which makes him very sad especially when he can't compete with his other rich friends to boost his ego but it's okay because he can put the shock on wageslaves and people at the bottom, maybe he can end this half assed lockdown by easter and get the economy pumping again even if it means a few boomers die

 No.241092

>>240479

I can count at least ten ways this violates the NAP. As a Libertarian and a True Conservative I've had enough of this lockdown and quarantine tyranny, I'm on the side of spring breakers, whatever happens happens if I get corona I get corona, as long as you don't tread on me and impeach my freedoms. Just let the weak perish.

 No.241129

>>241022
This would be awesome money needs to die it's fucking dirty

 No.241136

>>241090
It already has crashed. Hard and fast.
At best it will take months to recover but odds are it will only get worse in the coming months. How could you be this out of the loop on this?

 No.241149

>>241071
They should invest heavily in the healthcare system and then resume economic activity as usual except with some precaution like spraying disinfectant or whatever. The way we are progressing, we are going into a massive recession. If it were up to me, I'll just triage out the old and sickly.

 No.241153

>>241149
> They should invest heavily in the healthcare system
who should? and just to waste their money once this hysteria is over?

 No.241159

I got corona because of the two idiot teenagers I live with. Their lifestyle is basically working part-time during the days and going out to party during the nights, every day without exception. And they sure didn't stop doing that when the virus warnings came in. A few days later they bring their friends home (like they sometimes do) and I all I hear is a pack of zombies shambling into the apartment. All sick. And a few days later I got sick too, of course. The most ridiculous part is that they didn't stop going out to party even when they got sick, only when they got so sick that they couldn't get out of bed. Fucking morons.

 No.241160

>>241159
see? I told you to get a gas mask and goggles

 No.241162

>>241161
Send me the money and I'll gladly rent my own apartment.

 No.241167

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>>241153
The gobmint should invest. I think that wiz-kun has a good strategy. National healthcare should have some overcapacity to be able to accomodate both occasional regular spikes and incidents like these better. It'd be beneficial for both staff and patients.

 No.241168

>>241167
i'm pretty sure you're not the first one to think "oh this thing has problems should i spend money to fix it"

 No.241179

>>241168
Well, certainly making efficient use of resources has its part to play as well, just as preventive measures and the individuals responsibility to maintain their health and not burdening the system more than necessary, but at the core you will need staff, equipment and facilities, none of that is for free and there's only so much X amount of people can do. Money do fix a lot of problems, but I get your point, it also need to be spent in the right places which has proven difficult many times in the past.

 No.241181

https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2020/04/noam-chomsky-coronavirus-pandemic-prevented-200403113823259.html

"At the time, it was overcome. The viruses were identified, sequences to the vaccines were available.

"Labs around the world could be working right then on developing protection for potential coronavirus pandemics. Why didn't they do it? The market signals were wrong. The drug companies. We have handed over our fate to private tyrannies called corporations, which are unaccountable to the public, in this case, Big Pharma. And for them, making new body creams is more profitable than finding a vaccine that will protect people from total destruction."

 No.241182

now we're just basically stealing from our "allies" in an every man for himself panic

https://www.rt.com/news/484723-us-france-face-masks/

"The US bought out a planeload of Chinese-made face masks right on the tarmac just as the haul of the much needed protective gear was about to set off for France, the head of a French region told RT. "

 No.241183

>>241181

Talk about this or the class war and people online just call you a commie

>>241182

Taking masks destined to a specific place and already bought is a pretty low blow and disruptive, maybe when the vaccine comes out we should charge the U.S extra since they can afford it obviously

 No.241184

https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/2020/04/03/only-official-fired-over-virus-captain-who-tried-protect-his-crew/

"While Captain Crozier clearly went outside the chain of command, his dismissal at this critical moment… is a destabilising move that will likely put our service members at greater risk and jeopardise our fleet's readiness."

"Throwing the commanding officer overboard without a thorough investigation is not going to solve the growing crisis aboard the USS Theodore Roosevelt."

" This was a dismaying directive that seemed to put politics above force protection. Now Crozier’s firing will be seen, rightly or wrongly, as another step in the politicization of the military."

Lets hope and see if Trump pardons Crozier like he did Gallagher ( a war criminal)

 No.241188

>>241181
i knew it, the plan was to get trump down all along

 No.241189

>>241188
goddamn china, they are so afraid of trump getting reelected that they had to resort to this virus

 No.241211

>>241182
there's more
of course there's more

https://www.rt.com/news/484935-us-takes-masks-germany/

A delivery of 200,000 masks left a 3M factory in China this week and arrived in Bangkok, Thailand, from where they were supposed to be sent to the German capital. The masks never got to Berlin, and police in the city told Der Tagesspiegel that the shipment was instead bound for the US. Berlin's Senator for the Interior Andreas Geisel confirmed on Friday that the masks had been “confiscated.”

“We consider this an act of modern piracy. This is not how you deal with transatlantic partners,” Geisel said.

Yet Germany isn’t the only country to see its shipments apparently nabbed by the Americans. In Canada last week, Le Journal de Montreal reported that a shipment of masks bound for hospitals in the city was diverted to the US state of Ohio. Shipping firm DHL later attributed this to a “computer error,” but Montreal hospital supplier Fan Zhou claimed his order eventually arrived 10,000 masks short.

As a planeload of masks was loaded up and prepared for departure from Shanghai to France this week, American buyers turned up on the tarmac at the last minute to purchase the shipment for three times its value. “A French order was bought out with cash by Americans on the tarmac, and the plane that was to fly to France took off for the US instead,” Rénaud Muselier, the head of the southeastern Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur region told RT France on Wednesday. Then, as now, Washington officials denied having any involvement.

 No.241214

>shut down public transportation
>Still have to commute to work

Looks like I have a new 40 mile round trip by bike every day. Thanks government so much for looking out for my safety. My sore ass really appreciates it.

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 No.241245

>>241230

>muh russia evil hoax

 No.241249

fuck china and chinese

 No.241252

>>241245
evil commie russkies faking quotes from those french and german officials as usual

 No.241254

>>241252
>http://www.leparisien.fr/societe/des-masques-commandes-par-la-france-rachetes-au-pied-des-avions-par-les-americains-01-04-2020-8292483.php
Here's a non evil commies slavic untermensch source. To be fair, they're all stealing/buying up each others masks and medical equipement, so much for liberal democratic solidarity I guess.

 No.241255

>>241254
but it was from rt, so you know it's a lie

 No.241267

There is this formal/informl ritual normies have instituted since the lockdown a month ago, cheering for the medical staff at 20h every day. I'm surprised they haven't gone apathetic and haven't given up on it. They sure do love their collective rituals.

 No.241268

Possible hot take: Coronavirus is bigger than 9/11 and will leave a bigger impact on the world, once it's done. Maybe.

 No.241270

>>241268
Based on coronavirus infected so man countries it's already much more widespread than most of the effects of 9/11. And the economic impact is pretty dramatic already. So I think it's pretty safe to say you're right, however once it's gone it's hard to say if it'll leave a lasting impact like 9/11 did.

 No.241272

>>241268
Also both were hoaxes.

 No.241273

>>241267
It's fucking ridiculous, as if there were nurses and doctors in every neighbourhood lol. And if you point out how absurd clapping for no one is, they'll inevitably tell you that it doesn't hurt, that you're a killjoy blah blah.
Yeah, a pseudo ritual is what it is.

 No.241286

>>241268
The world doesn't care that much about 9 11 you a merry cunt

 No.241287

>>241267
Stockholm syndrome. Unlike millions of people they are still getting paid, still getting time and a half for nightshifts and overtime, etc. And, as we are constantly reminded by their public representatives, they don't know how to treat the disease anyway and their "heroic treatments" don't work.
The workers keeping the food supply going through all this are doing more for the people, not to mention those keeping the power on and the water running.

 No.241290

>>241268
Obviously, 9/11 only affected Americans, this is affecting real people.
This is a bit rude, sorry. 9/11 also affected millions of people Americans would go on to kill thereafter.

 No.241294

>>241286
he's probably referring to gwot and all the subsequent events after the initial phase

 No.241298

What the fuck?
I actually agree with most of this.

 No.241305

>>241298
>Retired man cowering in his study exhorts workers to risk severe illness to save his ailing stock portfolio.

 No.241313

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Wow I am really surprised you agree with this youtube celebrity. Seems so different than the ones you usually dump here

 No.241332

>>241313
And what does your bitching have to do with cornavirus?

 No.241334

>>241313
Oh you mean like this? A vid involving tim pool, the guy you hold irrational hate for, talking about the news topic of the thread, being that mainstream media is finally becoming more receptive the theory that the virus outbreak came from that biolab in wuhan.

Also I think you are conflating everyone who post videos you don't like as the same person.

BTW get a life and get over your butthutt from youtube rather then try to derail threads with your unrelated bullshit like you always do.

 No.241335

https://dailystormer.su/walmart-limits-number-of-customers-allowed-inside-at-once-creates-bizarre-one-way-aisles/

the walmarts in my town started closing at 8pm to prepare to "make the store safe for you" or some shit, great

now I guess I better go buy whatever I'll need before this stupid shit takes effect, if it isn't too late

 No.241336

Had that in effect for weeks already, nothing new

 No.241339

im getting kinda scared about this virus now, scared that it's literally nothing, I want this "lockdown" to last a while, it's the perfect excuse to not do anything, I can get food ordered to my door and have it left on the front step now, this is great, but I feel like it's only a matter of time before the norman hordes realize how great this is and start pushing back making everything shit again

 No.241340

>>241334
>Also I think you are conflating everyone who post videos you don't like as the same person.
said the guy who accuses others of samefagging.

 No.241343

>>241339
The hype seems to be getting pushed mainly by the left so I suspect that they're going to try and force it until November.

 No.241344

>>241343
what happens in november

 No.241347

>>241344
election

yes, the USA is the center of the world right now. That's just reality.

 No.241349

>>241343
In my country they are already saying it will last until Christmas and probably until the end of 2021. Won't be much left by then.

 No.241357

>>241351
> Fingers-in master race

 No.241370

I hope this shit never ends.

 No.241373

>>241370
Infections here have gone down and the lock down initiated by the government looks like a success here.
Better to give up hopes as long as you aren't Italy or the US.

 No.241381

>>241370
Why Mr.warlock?

 No.241382

>>241373
>Better to give up hopes as long as you aren't Italy or the US
I hope it becomes endemic then, and we get corona season every year. I hope it mutates every year and force worldwide permanent lockdown.

>>241381
Life has never been more comfier. Calm and silence. Even the weather is great!

 No.241384

>>241339
>I can get food ordered to my door and have it left on the front step now
You weren't able to do it before?

 No.241387

All my life very time i've caught cold i also lost the taste+smell for food.
Guess i'm the real patient zero, BWAHHAAHAAH.

 No.241392

so basically society is being shut down over the flu because the entire world wants Trump to lose in 2020

 No.241393

>>241392
wouldn't surprise me

 No.241408

>>241392
If that was the case then it really backfired.
His approval rating actually hit record highs due to he's response and dally addresses.

 No.241444

What would happen is this last for a full 18 months.

 No.241447

>>241444
>18 months of freedom
This is the most worst case scenario possible that one could imagine. Sounds too good to be true.

 No.241448

Do retards actually think the virus is real?

 No.241449

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>>241448
Why are you the way you are?

 No.241458

>>241448
Right? I don't know anyone who has it, so it isn't real

 No.241460

Mother's distant relative has died in the hospital due to complications from Covid-19. Russia, male, 46 y.o. I googled his city and the news say about one victim whose results were sent to Moscow just now. Perhaps they did tests when he was still living. Although his relatives are saying as if it's already proven. Maybe I typed the wrong city tho.

 No.241461

>>241460
When did your relative get taken to the hospital?
Not sure about Russia but people here who get admitted at hospitals for breathing issues are automatically being tested and considered as corona virus patients. Since they sent the sample to Moscow I'd assume they haven't used rapid test kids and sample results are run more than once to confirm if things are positive or not. This usually takes 6-8 hours to print out results.

 No.241462

>>241460
Probably a crisis actor

 No.241463

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>>241461
>rapid test kids

 No.241464

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>>241463
*kits
Too much loli

 No.241468

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 No.241471

>>241448
It's real but it's only mildly worse than the flu. I've never seen something overhyped this much since the twin towers were demolished.

 No.241472

>>241468
what's the point of posting a bunch of links with no context

 No.241474

>>241468
They are definitely going to try and force us to take this toxic vaccine.

 No.241478

>>241472
i think david's speech is a good enough context, highly recommend you to listen. i just wanted our wizzies to do their own research and see how what the media sells as truth is nothing but a scenario. i'm surprised i don't see this perspective discussed here. wizard community isn't conforming to the norm so it's already made up of people predisposed to seeing the truth behind this corona scam.

 No.241480

>>241478
and how can you be sure that what david icke sells isn't a scenario either? to any sane person you're looking like a lunatic by taking the bait of conspiracy disinformers and charlatans with zero credibility
yeah, the "elites", the power that be or whatever may, and will take advantage of the situation, does that necessarily mean it's a hoax? are the sick and the healthcare workers crisis actors?

 No.241481

>>241471
>its real
Yes, yes…so is Santa Claus

 No.241482

How can you believe any news media reporting on this "virus", at the same time showing how it spreads on a SPHERICAL EARTH! Fucking bonkers, wake up people.

 No.241487

>>241481
Santa Claus is very real. He exists as a spirit that possesses parents and forces them to buy gifts for their children. The children provide sacrifice to Santa in the form of milk and cookies in exchange for this service.

 No.241489

>>241487
Thanks, Slavoj Zizek

 No.241515

I read something yesterday about europe's top virologist inventing a coronavirus cure and macron banning it….back in january, long before the coronavirus hysteria became a thing, the same cure that the media are currently freaking out against

why did france ban it so early and promptly?

the more I read, this virus deal looks like a hoax by the elites to do who knows what, blame china to start a war or just grab more power

 No.241516

>>241515
>I read something yesterday
>Doesn't post it though

Suspicious as a moving cardboard box on a military base.

 No.241544

>>241515
Dr Dider Raoult? That's fake news. He was never banned and Macron never heard of him before until recently. And if anything covid19 is screwing over Western elites ever increasing freedom they were planning to impose on the population, as exemplified by the fact that until recently they're plan A and only plan was herd immunity and do nothing, until it was evident that it wasn't going to go their way.

They've already got all the tools for control at their disposition. They prefer manipulation and what is covert as to not disturb the sacred western value. Otherwise they would have pushed for 24/7 tracking and testing of everyone like in South Korea. They can do that, but they don't want to do it for the public health.

 No.241545

This video connects all the dots for you:

 No.241548

lol serve you right china

 No.241558

>>241392
If that was the case, it'll be easy to infect Trump and send him die in the ICU without having to crash the economy. With the way things are going there may not be a 2020 election.

 No.241559

>>241558
yeah things don't always go according to plan

 No.241566

>>240167
Hmm….

 No.241573

>>241545
Coronavirus has nothing to do with eugenics or population control.

 No.241579

>>241515
protip: sometimes you can read things that are not true.

 No.241591

>>241558
Thing is Corona is a hoax. It can't kill Trump unless Trump is the type of person who'd be at risk of dying from the flu, and even though he's old I don't think he is.

 No.241593

>>241591
There's a 22% death rate for closed cases right now globally. That isn't just the flu. Trump is old and fat as shit he is high risk as fuck.

 No.241595

>>241593
Not everyone who gets sick is going to report it.

 No.241596

>>241593
there are some nations where its death rate is 0% (zero percent)

 No.241597

Someone explain how the fuck 5G is connected with the coronavirus and how come there are people out there pushing this meme?

 No.241598

>>241595
Likewise for people who get better and just don't go back to the doctor.

 No.241605


 No.241620

>>241605
You actively hurt whatever case you make by citing that tabloid.

Is it your intent to make sure whatever you say is automatically disregarded?

 No.241621

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>>241605
>they actually put a smug anime succubus in their article
I knew they were bad but this is ridiculous

 No.241622

>>241597
It's social engineering bullshit, an effort to discredit those who oppose 5G now and/or will come to oppose it hard in the future. It's otherwise (aka actually) unrelated to coronavirus.

 No.241623

>>241622
What seems more likely to you?
A. Some idiot says something stupid on the internet ether sincerely or ironically
or
B. Some shadowy organization has instituted a obscure preemptive psy-op to discredit opposition to 5g in general and Chinese totally compromised 5g infrastructure in particular.

 No.241624

>>241621
the emphatic writing style is also pretty bad, like they're trying too hard to appeal to 4channers and twitter addicts

 No.241632

Why are wizards so pro-China? Wake up. Only Americans are the good guys.

 No.241633

"Vaccines, for Bill Gates, are a strategic philanthropy that feed his many vaccine-related businesses (including Microsoft’s ambition to control a global vac ID enterprise) and give him dictatorial control over global health policy—the spear tip of corporate neo-imperialism.

Gates’ obsession with vaccines seems fueled by a messianic conviction that he is ordained to save the world with technology and a god-like willingness to experiment with the lives of lesser humans.

Promising to eradicate Polio with $1.2 billion, Gates took control of India ‘s National Advisory Board (NAB) and mandated 50 polio vaccines (up from 5) to every child before age 5. Indian doctors blame the Gates campaign for a devastating vaccine-strain polio epidemic that paralyzed 496,000 children between 2000 and 2017. In 2017, the Indian Government dialed back Gates’ vaccine regimen and evicted Gates and his cronies from the NAB. Polio paralysis rates dropped precipitously.

In 2017, the World Health Organization reluctantly admitted that the global polio explosion is predominantly vaccine strain, meaning it is coming from Gates’ Vaccine Program. The most frightening epidemics in Congo, the Philippines, and Afghanistan are all linked to Gates’ vaccines. By 2018, ¾ of global polio cases were from Gates’ vaccines.

In 2014, the Gates Foundation funded tests of experimental HPV vaccines, developed by GSK and Merck, on 23,000 young succubi in remote Indian provinces. Approximately 1,200 suffered severe side effects, including autoimmune and fertility disorders. Seven died. Indian government investigations charged that Gates funded researchers committed pervasive ethical violations: pressuring vulnerable village succubi into the trial, bullying parents, forging consent forms, and refusing medical care to the injured succubi. The case is now in the country’s Supreme Court.

In 2010, the Gates Foundation funded a trial of a GSK’s experimental malaria vaccine, killing 151 African infants and causing serious adverse effects including paralysis, seizure, and febrile convulsions to 1,048 of the 5,049 children.

During Gates 2002 MenAfriVac Campaign in Sub-Saharan Africa, Gates operatives forcibly vaccinated thousands of African children against meningitis. Between 50-500 children developed paralysis. South African newspapers complained, "We are guinea pigs for drug makers"
Nelson Mandela's formar Senior Economist, Professor Patrick Bond, describes Gates' philantropic practises as "ruthless" and immoral".

In 2010, Gates committed $10 billion to the WHO promising to reduce population, in part, through new vaccines. A month later Gates told a Ted Talk that new vaccines "could reduce population".

In 2014, Kenya's Catholic Doctors Association accused the WHO of chemically sterilizing millions of unwilling Kenyan succubi with a phony "tetanus" vaccine campaign. Independent labs found the sterility formula in every vaccine tested. After denying the charges, WHO finally admitted it had been developing the sterility vaccines for over a decade. Similar accusations came from Tanzania, Nicaragua, Mexico and the Philippines.

A 2017 study (Morgensen et.Al.2017) showed that WHO's popular DTP is killing more African than the disease it pretends to prevent. Vaccinated succubi suffered 10x the death rate of unvaccinated children.

Gates and the WHO refused to recall the lethal vaccine which WHO forces upon millions of African children annually. Global public health advocates around the world accuse Gates of - hijacking WHO's agenda away from the projects that are proven to curb infectious diseases; clean water, hygiene, nutrition and economic development.
They say he has diverted agency resources to serve his personal fetish - that good health only comes in a syringe.

In addition to using his philantropy to control WHO, UNICEF, GAVI and PATH, Gates funds private pharmaceutical companies that manifacture vaccines, and a massive network of pharmaceutical -industry front groups that broadcast deceptive propaganda, develop fraudulent studies, conduct surveillance and psychological operations against vaccine hesitancy and use Gates' power and money to silence dissent and coerce compliance.

In this recent nonstop Pharmedia appearances, Gates appears gleeful that the Covid-19 crisis will give him the opportunity to force his third-world vaccine programs on American children."

-Robert Kennedy Jr

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 No.241635

>>241620
>>241621
>>241624
All three of you idiots don't even try to address the matter of the CDC directing hospitals to hoax the numbers, you just fling ad hominem insults at the reporter.

 No.241636

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>>241635
I read the CDC's intrsuction the article linked, and they didn't order anyone to hoax anything. The instructions said that if there's reason to think it's corona, mark it as such. the only scandalous thing there was the fact they didn't need to test for it, which makes perfect sense seeing as you probably want to reserve the time and effort of doing a test on people who are still alive.

Dailystormer is overt sensationalism, don't try to pretend otherwise. It's also much more fun to jest at them, because posts like mine are dry and boring.

 No.241638

>>241636
>didn't actually order hospitals to hoax bigger death counts
>only gave hospitals permission to publish bigger death counts without verification
talk about a distinction without a difference

 No.241640

>>241638
Is a doctor's approval not verification enough for you? Yeah let's waste tons of time, money, and resources confirming it. Do you think they diagnose every broken bone with an x-ray?

This is why I posted that pic. Look at me writing refutations to your shit single sentence posts, like some idiot.

 No.241644

>>241636
>the only scandalous thing there was the fact they didn't need to test for it, which makes perfect sense seeing as you probably want to reserve the time and effort of doing a test on people who are still alive.
It also means that their statistics are completely meaningless.

 No.241645

>>241640
>Yeah let's waste tons of time, money, and resources confirming it
yeah let's just call anyone who dies from anything with a cough or a sniffle a coronavirus death

that's literally what they're doing now

 No.241651

>>241640
flue like symptoms=crownvirus

 No.241656

>>241591
It'll be pretty trivial for certain organasations with the right connection to get a hold on the virus and cultivate a few billions of it and release it in the press conference room next time Trump go to do some speech. It's just to say they're not that interested in Trump not getting re-elected if they're not willing to go all the way and all the screaming and tears are just kabuki theater.

 No.241663

Just asking questions.

 No.242325

Dumb cattle zombies above me everywhere.
And you call yourselves "wizards" and think yourselves better than "normies". Havent been here in more than a year, and I'm feeling regret now. Disgusting.


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