How COVID-19 Will Test the West

“If trouble comes when you least expect it, then maybe the thing to do is to always expect it.”
      Cormac McCarthy, The Road

Writing anything about COVID-19 at this moment is a daunting task since the situation is evolving so rapidly, and in so many different locations. Information contained in this piece could be thoroughly outpaced by transformative events by the time it reaches publication, or even by the time I finish up and click “save.” There is also a glut of information online right now, some of it reliable and fascinating, and some of it misleading and counterproductive. Everywhere there is a mixture of growing apprehension, clashing opinion, and outright confusion. If the Johns Hopkins Coronavirus Resource Center’s interactive map is accurate, there are currently 284,566 cases of COVID-19 worldwide, a figure that is growing. The “true” number of infections, that includes asymptomatic carriers, will be much higher. Beginning on February 24th, an accelerating number of new transmissions emerged outside China, primarily in Italy which currently has over 47,021 cases. At time of writing, France and Germany are also experiencing rapid increases in affected persons, together totaling over 33,000 cases, and Spain is on the brink of a national lockdown with over 25,374. Almost every European country has now been affected, and COVID-19 is now spreading in the United States, Canada, South Africa, New Zealand, and Australia. How will it test the West?

Relations with China

Early speculation on COVID-19, especially in dissident circles, orbited conspiracy theories that the virus was engineered, and that it was either deployed by the United States or was an accidental leak from Wuhan’s Institute of Virology. In recent days, the former theory has been eagerly taken up by the Chinese themselves, with the added detail that COVID-19 may have been unleashed by visiting American soldiers during the Military World Games, which were staged in Wuhan in October 19-27, 2019. According to epidemiologist Michael Osterholm, in the course of a very interesting interview with Joe Rogan, it’s possible to date the origins of human COVID-19 through a process much like carbon dating, and scientists now have data suggesting COVID-19 became active in humans for the first time in mid-November 2019. Ron Unz has asked:

How would Americans react if 300 PRC officers had visited Chicago, and immediately afterwards, a deadly new plague broke out in that city, with a major risk of spreading throughout the country? Isn’t it also rather suspicious that Iran has been hit so hard? So the two countries in the world most subject to current American hostility just tend to be especially “unlucky.” It hit China just before Lunar New Year, the absolutely worst possible time, and the epicenter was Wuhan, a key transport hub. It really seems an *astonishing* coincidence that 300 American military servicemen had been visiting Wuhan just prior to the outbreak, at a peak of international tension.

Other than timing of course, there seems to be little or no evidence that this was a bioweapon attack. Most obviously, one would assume that any attempted bioweapon attack by the United States on China would be much more covert than what has been suggested (a deliberate release by a very public group of soldiers). Also, while we know that SARS-like viruses based on bat coronavirus can be developed in the lab, the genome of COVID-19 has also been examined countless times with the result that there are now over 300 papers on MedRXiv concerning the structure, nature, and origins of the virus. None of these papers have highlighted anything suggesting an artificial origin of any aspect of COVID-19.

Conspiracy theories on the origins of COVID-19 are of course a very convenient and useful tool for the Chinese government, because they deflect attention from the fact the outbreak can easily be attributed to bad government, and to Communism itself. I find the idea that the virus originated in a Wuhan “wild food” market to be utterly compelling (see this documentary by 60 Minutes Australia, and this short piece by Vox), and this has direct consequences for perceptions of Chinese Communism. The consumption of “exotic” foods is itself a legacy of the Great Chinese Famine 1959–1961, after which the government permitted private farming but failed to prevent the monopoly by big companies of the rearing of conventional livestock. The peasantry, priced out of the market, resorted in large numbers to the farming of wild animals, especially, in the initial stages, the farming of turtles. Since this curbed starvation to some extent, the government backed these initiatives, and then in 1988 made the encouragement of domestication and breeding of wildlife an explicit aspect of law. Wildlife farming became an industry overnight. Bears, snakes, rodents, lizards, and bats began to be mass-produced for human consumption, and sold in mass markets in many of the country’s largest cities. In these markets, multiple species, alive and dead, are stacked in cages on top of one another, with the animals soaked in cocktails of urine and excrement—each cage a petri dish for the development new diseases, especially respiratory diseases, with the potential to jump to humans from myriad mammals. Together with its failure to take decisive preventative action in January 2020, and absent conspiracy theory speculation, the origin tale of COVID-19 is ultimately an indictment of Chinese politics and culture.

How that indictment will impact relations between the West and China remains to be seen. The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace have speculated that while mutual suspicion between the Chinese and the United States will remain high, the coronavirus outbreak will have no meaningful impact on trade between the two countries, and may in fact help de-escalate some prior economic tensions and involve the suspension of tariffs. In the longer term, however, COVID-19 has accelerated discussion about the need to become more independent from China in the production of goods. Several multinational corporations with supply chains based in China, having already considered diversifying their supply chains because of the U.S.-China trade war, are now likely to further their plans. Apple, for example, intends to move some manufacturing of its products (including AirPods and Apple Watches) to Taiwan due to the coronavirus. In Washington, members of Congress have used the outbreak to call for scaling back U.S. reliance on China, especially for prescription drugs, medical supplies, and other critical resources. Since Europe (Germany in particular) is the world’s largest manufacturer of drugs and medicines, we are likely to see a gradual decoupling of the United States from Chinese production, and a greater integration of European-American trade. Brexit Britain, until recently seen by the Chinese as having great potential for a lucrative trade and investment deal, may now present more of a cold house than previously thought. The EU, already resistant to increased Chinese economic influence, is also likely to dig its heels even deeper in the face of Chinese approaches. Some of the lasting challenges of COVID-19 will be how the West can distance itself from economic dependence on Chinese manufacturing, what impact this will have in both the shorter and longer term, and how the Chinese will respond.

Migrant Pressures

The first European outbreaks of COVID-19 fatefully coincided with an aggressive two-week operation by Turkey on its border with Greece, involving the movement of thousands of Syrian and African migrants. Beginning in late February, the Turkish government announced it would no longer stop migrants trying to reach Europe, and then drove thousands to the Greek border, live-streaming the process to encourage more to follow. The move was widely understood as an attempt to force European support for Turkey’s military campaign in northern Syria, and also as an attempt to extort more money from the EU. Although the effort now appears to have concluded with Turkey backtracking in the face of Greek resilience, Europe continues to have this metaphorical human “pistol” pressed to the side of its head.

COVID-19 is going to aggravate the broader migrant problem. Already the clamor is growing that migrant camps on Europe’s borders should be evacuated on health grounds, with the migrants permitted to enter Europe. Doctors Without Borders (MSF) have argued that unhygienic and cramped living conditions mean COVID-19 can spread very fast, and that social distancing and hand washing are more difficult. While Europe bans mass gatherings, it’s been said that people in these camps have nowhere to go. Even within European countries, the outbreak has been associated with calls for amnesties and the opening of migrant detention centers. In the UK, lawyers and campaigners have called for hundreds immigration centers detainees to be released “because of fears they will contract coronavirus while locked up.”

The problem with such calls is that they all appear to present COVID-19 as a deadly plague slaughtering all in its path, rather than as something that afflicts the most seriously ill among the old and infirm. As is well known, the average age of Europe’s would-be migrants, particularly those from Syria, is somewhere around the late 20s. Given the known progression of COVID-19 in people in this age category, calls to permit mass influxes of masses of migrants purely because of the outbreak is tantamount to calling for open borders because potential immigrants might otherwise catch the common cold. Such calls are likely to ride the crest of a media-induced wave of panic, however, and the resolve of the West to resist further migrant flows will indeed be tested by twisted forms of moral blackmail in the weeks and months to come.

Life and Death under Liberalism

As stated in my review of Don DeLillo’s White Noise (1985), we live in a decaying society  that is in terror of death, and pathologically so. This pathology is rooted in mistaken beliefs that our civilization is dying from, or could imminently die from, disease epidemics, climate catastrophes etc., in the midst of willful and ignorant abdication of a future (via self-hate and industrialized abortion) in favor of mass immigration, consumerism, and instant gratification. Just as one has to confront death in order to truly live (or to become “authentic” in Heidegger’s philosophy), our society is in constant flight from death and thus inevitably collapses into inauthentic decay. COVID-19, while not as lethal as media coverage would suggest, is a reminder of our mortality and human fragility and will necessarily have a jarring effect on a Western liberalism that has become increasingly distant from the confrontation with death.

Life under liberal finance capitalism is largely one of illusion, in which the prospect of real death is pushed far into the distance, both psychologically and culturally. Postmodern Western liberal culture is largely one of perpetual adolescence, in which the primary virtues are acting according to one’s individual will, identifying oneself in a hyper-individualistic manner, and expressing these identities via conspicuous consumption and behavior. We do not “live towards” Death, with a sense of purpose and a feeling that we are part of a much grander civilizational trajectory. We do not understand that Death has shaped our historical path, and that it hangs over us in ways that should direct our actions in the present.

COVID-19, regardless of current confusion over its true mortality rate, is a corrective to illusions that “progressive” Man has overcome Nature and can shape the world according to the human image, and without consequences. Certainly throughout my own lifetime, I’ve grown accustomed to assertions that life expectancy will continue to increase, and that there will be an endless supply of innovations and social projects that will make the mechanics of life easier and more productive. One increasingly expects that one will live a long life, mostly in very good health. Such a sense of security can breed all kinds of arrogance and fantasies, including the recent perverse luxury of the delusion that one can simply decide to be this or that gender. This new virus, however, presents the possibility, both in itself and its inevitable heirs, that Death is much closer than we ever thought, and that for all our technological advancement and self-congratulation, Nature need only tweak one molecule, so small our naked eyes could never perceive it, and the grave opens before us. The Age of Fantasy is confronted with the ultimate reality.

How the West responds to this realization will be a further cultural challenge. We have grown equally accustomed to the idea that we have “advanced” morally as a society, and that we have overcome some of the more “brutish” aspects of human existence that we perceive in the past. But in a world of apparently increasing plenty, such notions can be hard to test. It’s always easy for a man with a full stomach to condemn the actions of the starving. The conceit of the full-bellied West that it has overcome and surpassed itself and its past will now be tested. I, of course, arise from a political and philosophical tradition that insists there is no shame in the past. I see little or no place for morality in the struggle for survival. And I also see the cracks already forming in the Western conceit. This society that is against “hate” and prides itself on “coming together” is already struggling to stop people rioting over toilet paper and bottled water. If civil order breaks down, will the proud feminists be seeking their own resources, or hoping for a strong man to protect them? If the death toll does rise dramatically, and if curfews and lockdowns are imposed and intensified, I ask: How well will your beloved multicultural societies respond? If resources become scarce and tensions rise, who will you trust? These tests are coming.

Economic and Political Fallout

Just days ago, JPMorgan projected that a recession will hit the US and European economies by July, with US GDP to shrink by 2% in the first quarter and 3% in the second, and Eurozone GDP to contract by 1.8% and 3.3% over the same periods. Sudden cessation of economic activity through quarantines, event cancellations, social distancing, and the almost complete shutdown of the tourist industry will have both immediate and longer term consequences for national economies and broader trade patterns. The mass closing of schools will expose pre-existing weaknesses in a modern system that sees women funneled en masse into the work place while their children are left in day cares or schools. According to numbers from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, more than 70 percent of American mothers with children under 18 work. Through the closing of schools alone, the impact of COVID-19 will almost certainly have the greatest impact on the role of women in the workplace since World War Two, with many forced to leave work and return to the home for an as yet undetermined amount of time. How this will impact the businesses or public entities employing these women remains to be seen, but it will undoubtedly cause significant difficulties and necessitate some level of infrastructural change.

The outbreak of COVID-19 is also projected to test Western healthcare provision to the limit. It’s been particularly interesting that the outbreak in Italy effectively broke the health system in Lombardy, widely regarded as one of the best in the world. Before the outbreak, it was remarked that:

The Lombardy healthcare system, characterised by quality and efficiency, is a model of reference both in Italy and worldwide. With the benefit of private partnerships in fact, it ensures its citizens and those who live in other regions or abroad have access to prime level health care with all the advantages of a public system. Lombardy has 56 University Departments of Medicine, 19 IRCCS (IRCCS means an institution devoted to excellence in clinical care and research) which represent 42% of the national total, 47 Institutes and 32 Research Centres. As a result, Lombardy and in particular Milan have always attracted the most renowned physicians in every field of expertise.

It took COVID-19 just four weeks to exhaust every hospital bed in Lombardy, force doctors out of retirement and medical students to graduate early, and provoke the creation of 500 triage tents outside hospitals nationwide. The different, and ever-politicized, healthcare systems of the United States and Great Britain are about to experience the most intensive test in their respective histories. One of the most outspoken figures from the medical profession on social media in recent days is Eugene Gu, who has made a point of attacking the profit-seeking nature of much of the American medical establishment. Gu has argued that American medicine is essentially a pyramid scheme that profits those at the top by artificially restricting the number of doctors produced by the system:

The medical school and residency system in the United States is completely broken compared to other countries. Now that we are in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic, we need to reflect upon an abusive system that hurts patients and seeks to make a few specialists filthy rich. Even before the coronavirus, we created a huge physician shortage by limiting spots in medical schools to inflate doctors’ salaries the same way De Beers fixes the diamond market. And we gutted primary care so that specialists like plastic surgeons and dermatologists can get rich. I took an oath to “first, do no harm.” I cannot just stand by and watch as the corrupt cesspool we call our American medical system fails our patients while a few doctors, insurance executives, and Big Pharma get filthy rich. Medicine should not be a for-profit industry.

Whether or not one agrees with Dr Gu’s perspective, the coming weeks and months will test both American for-profit medicine and Britain’s nationalized health system, and perhaps leave long term political legacies for both.

Political consequences will also inevitably result from the approaches of individual leaders to the crisis. Boris Johnson is risking his political future on a “herd immunity” strategy that is radically different from the course of action pursued by other leaders. It’s been criticized as involving the sacrifice of the older generation for a slightly prolonged period of economic normalcy and an entirely assumed future immunity among the young. Donald Trump, meanwhile, is quickly trying to move on from a highly dismissive initial response to the outbreak. In both cases, and throughout the West, moderately “conservative” populism based on the celebration of finance capitalism and token gestures on borders will be tested to the limit by increasing strains on all aspects of social, political, and economic life. Trump, in particular, has managed to squeeze a lot of political mileage out of the performance of the stock market. With stocks tumbling, and the American healthcare system pushed to the limit, it remains to be seen whether Trump’s drive to make gay sex legal in Africa will be enough to keep his voters happy.

In another return of the Real, of course, COVID-19 is doing more to close borders than any expression of political populism ever has. It was all well and good that “the world is a village” when this involved cheap and cheerful vacations, but all it took was a few houses in the throes of sickness for the rest of the villagers to wish there was somewhere they could escape to. The global village is in shutdown. All humans might be equally susceptible to this virus, but national borders, so often scorned until recently, now reveal they might have some uses after all – just one of them being the invaluable opportunity to seal and control a limited territory. How people grow accustomed to this renewed emphasis on border control may leave a lasting political legacy for the West also. In any case, we can only hope it will.


With events moving so quickly, I conclude with the oppressive sensation that I’ve written both too much and too little. The figures presented at the outset of this essay will be superfluous by the time this piece is published, but I do think some of the suggestions in the body will remain relevant for some time to come. I wish all our readers the best of luck and the best of health in the weeks and months to come. May globalism’s difficulty be the dissident’s opportunity.







86 replies
  1. Edward Harris
    Edward Harris says:

    Years ago I had a conversation with a doctor who wrote an article in the Lancet about HIV. In the article he suggested that HIV was developed in the USSR to harm America.
    The KGB told the Lancet that this was not true and that AIDS was developed in Maryland and then released in the USA.
    The doctor said that he had contacted the Newspapers, but none of this was ever reported.
    I believe this outbreak to be more monkey business.

    • Richard B
      Richard B says:

      “I believe this outbreak to be more monkey business.”

      I agree and was surprised Dr. Joyce didn’t offer a “Jewish Crypsis in The Coronavirus”, or something along those lines. But he didn’t even mention them.

      My gut response was that they got to him. Who knows? Stranger things have happened. I certainly hope not.

      To misquote Nietzsche, The Internet with TOO and TOO without Andrew Joyce would be a mistake.

      We owe him the benefit of the doubt.

      And, by the way, I’m not comparing this article to my expectations. I’m comparing the article to Andrew’s other articles, which together, offer the best explanation I could think of for why I admire him and his work. And I’m far from the only one.

      Still, if ever a subject deserved the uncomprimising, penetrating, lazar-like insight that Andrew has offered us, article after article, it’s the subject of Jewish Crypsis in The Coronavirus.

      We could start with Charles Lieber, the Harvard professor* charged by The FBI in those Chinese research cases.

      • Richard B
        Richard B says:

        To misquote Nietzsche, The Internet with TOO and TOO without Andrew Joyce would be a mistake.

        Obviously, it should read

        To misquote Nietzsche, The Internet without TOO and TOO without Andrew Joyce would be a mistake.

        By the way, for anyone interested, check out this Kyle Bass interview with Miles Kwok.

        I remember seeing it when it came out. I watched it again yesterday and, yeah, you guys should watch it if you haven’t already.

        The fun starts right away, ie; they get to the point within the first couple of minutes.

        I highly recommend copying it immediately.

      • Richard B
        Richard B says:

        * Talk about cultural appropriation. It’s getting harder and harder to use that word in relation to them. Given how they’ve abused every privilege OUR culture extended to them.

        And for what?

        Well, we’re seeing for what right now.

  2. Richard McCulloch
    Richard McCulloch says:

    Chinese-American and SJW activist Dr. Gu can be expected to criticize the profit-motive in medicine as part of his general criticism of American and Western institutions, even as he enriches himself by practicing medicine in the U.S. rather than in his ancestral racial homeland or some other non-white country.

    Regarding his claims about the shortage of doctors, the U.S. has 2.3 per 1,000 population, compared to Australia with 2.5, New Zealand and the UK with 2.2, and Canada with 2.1. Outside of the Anglosphere, Switzerland, with private medical care, has 3.6, while among countries with highly-rated public systems Italy has 4.2, Belgium 3.9, Israel 3.82, Germany 3.4, France 3.37, Sweden 3.3, Norway and the Netherlands 3.1, Denmark 2.9, Japan 2, and South Korea 1.6. There are countries with more doctors per capita, such as Cuba with 5.91 and Russia with 4.25, but with an actual lower level of medical care because of more backward medical technology and lower standards of medical training and qualifications.,000-people

    Regarding the essential issue of medical innovation (i.e., progress):
    “The Global Innovation Index 2019 found that overall, “Switzerland is the world’s most-innovative country followed by Sweden, the United States of America (U.S.), the Netherlands and the United Kingdom (U.K.),” according to a World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) press release.
    The Index also identifies India, South Africa, Chile, Israel and Singapore as regional leaders, and found China, Viet Nam and Rwanda topping their income groups.”

    Like so many of the claims made by SJWs, Dr. Gu’s are not supported by the facts.

  3. Alex
    Alex says:

    I really love your work, but, for me this virus is the the NWO (Global Government) in place! Only the GG can lockdown the world! Regards.

    • moneytalks
      moneytalks says:

      The shadow global government ( a cabal of zionists , jesuits , freemasons and their acolytes ) is behind the lockdown .

      • Pierre de Craon
        Pierre de Craon says:

        Another throwaway from moneytalks, one of this site’s least coherent one-note ankle biters. White people have infinitely less to worry about from Jesuits than from deceitful Christophobic vipers like him.

      • GCM
        GCM says:

        I would say the origin of the pandemic was from China, and as result of its spread, leaders took action. To say it is the creation of this cabal is just way beyond the pale.

        • Richard B
          Richard B says:

          “To say it is the creation of this cabal is just way beyond the pale.”

          Not surprising you offer no explanation as to why.

          For anyone who’s read widely on the matter, not only would it not be beyond the pale, it would be par for the course.

          The behavioral pattern stays the same and is repeated. Only this time with far better instruments of propaganda and technology.

          Besides, the “cabal” are partners with China.

          They orchestrated the exportation of the US economy to China and then proceeded to partner with them on The Belt and Road Initiative.

          Who needs a Conspiracy Theory when you have,

          The Facts of Cultural History
          The Patterns of Human Behavior
          The Reality of Current Events
          and intellectual resources like
          The Occidental Observer and
          The Unz Review?

          That’s a rhetorical question, of course. But, one worth pointing out and repeating as often as necessary.

  4. Panadechi
    Panadechi says:

    As I said before, we are in a biological war, but not through viral or bacterial vectors, these are used only to weaken homogeneous nations, in reality the war is for the IQ, the high IQ white countries (controlled by the Jews) are already being subdued and weakened by low-IQ mass non-white immigration, now the great threat and competitors for Jews, are Asians with high IQ, even very ethnocentric (necessary value for racial survival). By weakening them they can create revolutions out of social unrest and perhaps open their borders, for low-IQ mass African and Muslim immigration. If the Jews manage to leave all the competitors IQ <85 they will be able to dominate the world at ease.

  5. Jay Johnson
    Jay Johnson says:

    In September of 2019, the Jews and their grift-machine began to lose control over their plundered victim, our economy. Needing what remains of our economy to limp along until their planned for war with Iran, they began pumping billions and billions of fiat-dollars into it. With that not working, they decided they needed to deflate the economy in a controlled manner, or risk losing complete control of it. They looked around for a scapegoat, convenient or manufactured (CGI planes into building?! Done it…) they could hide their machinations under. They decided on another virus-boogeyman.

    All they had to do was wait for one of China’s annual virus breakouts, and the game was on. At the first hint of an outbreak of some illness in China, they laid the foundation of the virus-boogeyman with the same propaganda patterns they have used so many times previous. After the propaganda foundation was spread, they only had to announce that a “new virus” was upon the world–be afraid, be very afraid.

    As with their other virus-boogeymen, very quickly they propagandized that the virus had jumped from its epicenter into the West, their target audience. As usual, the virus was said to spread like wild fire in the West, but not in the poor, dirtier, and crowded regions around its epicenter–another hallmark of their virus-boogeymen. i.e. if it’s spreading in wealthier, less dense, and cleaner areas with much less public transportation at a high rate, it should be just decimating areas of Asia, Mexico, and Africa.

    For example: The other day, the report was that Italy, with 60.5 million people and lower levels of poverty and population densities, was said to have 15,000 cases, while India, with 1,340 million people and much higher poverty and densities, had only 129. i.e. Italy is said to have 116 times more cases than India?!. The tyranny’s not even trying.

    To feed the fear-frenzy, the tyranny has resorted to pushing a message the opposite of what would be expected if the threat were real: Be afraid. Be fearful! This too is a hallmark of their virus-boogeymen. If the threat were real they would be pushing a coordinated message/lie of “everything is under control, there’s nothing to fear, return to your desks, etc.”

    It will end with a mandatory ka-ching “vaccine” forced on us all. “No vaccine, no credit, no job, no travel, etc. for you that has not allowed us to ka-ching vaccinate you.”

    “Don’t believe the hype. It’s a sequel.”

    • Cat
      Cat says:

      Wow, that’s quite a theory you got there. Very interesting. Definitely worth pondering.

      The only chink I see so far in your supposition is that Africa and India are in the south where heat and sunlight are not known to be covid-friendly.

      Frankly I’m very surprised and disappointed that Andrew Joyce’s entire essay did not once mention (((you know who))). WTF? At a minimum, the reference to gay sex in Africa had the low hanging fruit of U.S. Ambassador to Germany and arch zionist Richard Grenell to pick apart.

      I have to admit,, I’m quite fearful of any mandatory mass vax. I can see it working hand in glove with the Noahide Laws. I wish someone would do an analysis of Jews in Big Pharma and the resultant judaicization.

      • David Ashton
        David Ashton says:

        The Noahide laws, paradoxically, would outlaw the filthy wet food markets and animal cruelty in China and other eastern countries. But then everything that ever goes wrong or ever has gone wrong, including the floods in Britain and the fires in Australia, are solely the policy of the omnipotent and ubiquitous Jews, and anyone who thinks differently must be a crypto-Jew or a shill, isn’t that so?

        • Eric
          Eric says:

          Jews advocate Noahide laws — which are supposedly humane to animals — while practicing kosher slaughter, which is cruel to animals.

          It will be interesting to see how they carry out animal sacrifices when and if they get their Third Temple built.

          “Do as I say, not as I do.”

    • Barkingmad
      Barkingmad says:

      To feed the fear-frenzy, the tyranny has resorted to pushing a message the opposite of what would be expected if the threat were real: Be afraid. Be fearful! This too is a hallmark of their virus-boogeymen. If the threat were real they would be pushing a coordinated message/lie of “everything is under control, there’s nothing to fear, return to your desks, etc.”

      Now you’re talking!

    • Eric
      Eric says:

      I’ve been trying to pinpoint the most glaring weakness in the COVID-19 narrative, and it basically comes down to simple arithmetic.

      They keep talking about a “high rate of death” on a percentage basis. But they don’t know how many people have had the virus, and they’re telling asymptomatic people who might have the virus not to get tested. Without knowing the number of people who have been infected by the coronavirus, you can’t come up with a mortality rate at all.

      As of March 26, there were about 1200 COVID-19 deaths in the U.S. according to the authorities.

      1200 = X% of (unknown number).

      It is impossible to assign a numeric value to X.

      But they keep doing it anyway, bandying about “mortality rates” of 10%, 3.4%, 4%, and so on.

      I keep trying to explain how we have no basis for coming up with a credible mortality rate to people in internet chatrooms. Most don’t get it. And they are educated people. Supposedly.

      If this were a serious virus — or bioweapon — we would already have millions of deaths. This whole thing is a hoax. And the American sheeple have swallowed it hook, line and sinker.

      Trump, although skeptical, doesn’t feel he knows enough to go against “the experts.” He hasn’t reached out to his supporters, who might not only reinforce his skepticism but persuade him to stop surrounding himself with the swamp he said he wanted to drain.

      • Jay Johnson
        Jay Johnson says:

        Finally! Someone that sees it.

        I’ve been aware of their use of virus-boogeymen since 1999. I’ve actively tracked their virus-boogeymen since the 2009 nonsense they said supposedly came out of Mexico City. They use the same propaganda patterns before and during their virus-boogeymen. So much so, that I knew this one was coming 2 and half weeks before they sprung it.

        As you pointed out, their propagandized numbers give it away. As does the locations of high “infections” as well.

        At the rates of spread propagandized in the West, this virus-boogeyman should be burning through and killing people in mass near it’s epicenter in East, South, and Southeast Asia, in Mexico City, Rio, and Western and Eastern Africa, etc.

        The sheeple have no idea what is happening to them. The plundering of them is being covered up and the tyranny over them vastly expanded. Sad.


  6. rosa
    rosa says:

    Thank you, Sir, yours I sure one of the best written and thoughtful paper on this epidemic.
    You’re right on the whole subject.
    Just a note: in the last three days the number of people dead with and/or because the virus per day is much higher than the mean number per day of our military and civil victims during WWII.
    The bug is more lethal than Bomber Harris, it seems…
    From Milan, still alive

    • Charles Frey
      Charles Frey says:

      Rosa, as I recall, a year ago I cautioned you about previously publishing, here, your profession and address in Milan; with a sign on your apartment building noting your specific profession.

      Remember Litvinenko’s fate and all the GB Government and media disinformation regarding his ” proven ” assassins; one of whom infected another’s door handle with a deadly virus.

      The ADL and their associates undoubtedly read this site more faithfully than us regulars. We wouldn’t want to lose you to one of their novices- in-training, from their Rome office.

      Open your street level door and that of your apartment with a Kleenex; then cautiously dispose of it; all without brushing elbows with induced paranoia.

      • Rosa
        Rosa says:

        Thank you, Charles, for your worries about me and your advices.
        On the street door there’s no sing of my profession, actually not even my maid name , but only my husband’s surname.
        It’s since Saturday February 22 that I use gloves and mask except when at home.The health care facility for
        which I work, an outpatient one, provided all of us with
        them ASAP.
        Take care,
        Now Milan is really a ghost city, experiencing, alas, one of the most beautiful Spmng. Wginni g seen in years. But you cannot e joy it.

  7. JRM
    JRM says:

    An excellent and timely meditation. I almost want to applaud COVID-19 when I see casinos and over-priced and shallow entertainments closing; we in the US could certainly stand to spend some time detoxifying from the overload of Jewish media bombardment, distraction, and vanity that powers so much frenetic activity in our cities. And our over-heated and over-pumped stocks were due for a good dose of humility.

    The Return of the Real. What a great thematic concept.

    But the downside of course is the real loss of life, and the spectre of long-term lung damage for the survivors. We will undoubtedly lose a good many worthwhile folks along with some of the slackers and freeloaders. I wonder how many of the dead in Italy were “real” Italians and not invaders or Chinese workers? If mostly the elderly have fallen to the virus, the victims probably come predominantly from the former group. And I don’t want to see Italy become less Italian and more African or Asian.

    I don’t think we are even close to getting accurate numbers and death rate per infection figure. Too complicated by mistrust of all CPC data, lack of proper testing, and confusion over reinfection. I don’t think we are in any position to draw conclusions yet, except the obvious one that infrastructure and societal problem solving will all be subjected to some stress tests. I sympathize with the author, as we are all trying to get a fix on a moving target at present.

    • Stefano F
      Stefano F says:

      Hello from Brescia (Italy) Coronavirus capital of the world, let me tell you most victims are real italians, most of them over 80, we have one of the oldest populations in the world, some days ago a member of a left party said that with most old italians are gone we could sow news young seeds from abroad… Italy seems doomed to become Africa.

    • Rosa
      Rosa says:

      The dead in Italy are true Italians, no foreigners still, even though I suspect there are many infected Chinese, but Chinese keep their sick ones at home and resort to hospitals only when they are very sick. Chinese people here are younger on average than us, so perhaps less affected.
      The official statistics don’t differentiate for ethnicity, but only for sex and age.
      As for Africans: those whom we saw lingering in the streets are nearly totally disappeared. Even the drug dealers are nowhere to be found.
      Most legal immigrants, from Eastern Europe too, have left or are trying to leave the countries and this is causing other big problems with the elderly, which are assisted both at home and
      in nursing homes by Ukrainians, Rumanians and Moldovians etc.

    • Fenria
      Fenria says:

      “I almost want to applaud COVID-19 when I see casinos and over-priced and shallow entertainments closing; we in the US could certainly stand to spend some time detoxifying from the overload of Jewish media bombardment, distraction, and vanity that powers so much frenetic activity in our cities. And our over-heated and over-pumped stocks were due for a good dose of humility.”

      These community destroying, awful breads and circuses will be right back in action unless steps are taken to fundamentally re-order society in far reaching ways, ways that include secession of peoples for any reason whatsoever. The dull masses will not voluntarily give up their addictions. They must be formally put into “detox”. Those in the vanguard must capitalize on this opportunity to have that happen.

  8. ia
    ia says:

    You are badly undermining your argument by citing Gu. See his Wiki page:

    “He started a surgical residency at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in 2015.[3] Vanderbilt put Gu on administrative leave for two weeks in November 2017, and placed him on probation until March 2018. Gu said this was due to his tweets opposing white supremacy”

    There are other unsavory reports in his wiki bio.

    Rather than obsess over Jews I think white men ought to start looking at the Chinese. To my mind they are far more alien and dangerous.

    • Eric
      Eric says:

      That’s right, goyim.

      Pay no attention to that man behind the curtain.

      Instead, look at that shiny object over there!

      • David Ashton
        David Ashton says:

        “Make a noise in the East, Strike in the West” (Sun Tzu/Mao Zedong)

        Having recently waded through numerous different online and print materials on the nature &c of Covid-19 I noticed the notion that “US Deep State” & Mossad combined to cause, and to false-flag, a bio-war attack on Iran and its Chinese supporters, the chief trouble with this particular conspiracy hypothesis being its prospective and apparent global Pandora’s Box.

        The collapse of international finance-capitalism and the feasibility of border controls form an unintended outcome, or is there a flaw in some “the Jews run the world” theories?

        • Eric
          Eric says:

          I don’t know what you’re talking about.

          Could you try laying your cards on the table and making a coherent point?

          • David Ashton
            David Ashton says:

            To explain my comment in greater detail:

            During the past month I have been going through a large number of very varied websites suggesting that the virus is a bio-war operation, or a bio-war preparation that went wrong. There have been statements, not automatically credible, from Iranian and Chinese officialdom that Israel or the USA was responsible for the outbreak, originally located in the Wuhan area of “wet food” and a virology laboratory, with a British-funded virus lab also reportedly not far distant.

            Given Israeli statements regarding existential military threats from Iran to eradicate the “Zionist entity”, and previous failure of its Stuxnet cyber attack, the possible hypothesis of a more effective germ-warfare operation to cripple Iran must be weighed as objectively as possible, bearing in mind of course the misinformation, disinformation and paranoid speculation that accompany online data. Israeli interest in genetic warfare is already documented, and its curiously early announcement of a possible vaccine must be taken into consideration.

            The travel and economic partnership, and therefore rapid infection, between Tehran and Beijing is common knowledge. The US “Deep-State” has an interest also in undermining emergent Chinese global dominance. This is the basis for the most plausible of current “conspiracy theories”.

            My rejection of it, despite the insulation of Israel against contagion, is that the virus effects are on a scale and with impacts that would not be helpful, in the short or long-term, to Zionist strategic plans.

          • Eric
            Eric says:

            Thanks for the clarification. You make some interesting points.

            My own view is that this has been a big “nothing burger.” We’ve been getting periodic “animal-to-human”-transmission viruses from China for decades. The obvious source of these viruses is unsanitary Chinese food markets featuring exotic animals. COVID-19 has killed fewer people worldwide than the ordinary flu kills in the United States alone. It has killed fewer people worldwide than the Swine Flu killed in the U.S. during the Obama Administration. Nobody even talked about shutting the country down then. Almost all of the people it has killed have been about to die anyway.

            Yes, it could have come from a lab. It could have been crafted as a bioweapon by any number of players. We need to shut down these Doctor Strangeloves and their thinly disguised bioweapons creation. Hasn’t there been an international ban on creating bioweapons anyway? I’m not sure. We don’t allow nuclear proliferation. Bioweapons are just as dangerous.

            What I’m saying shouldn’t be news to the “powers that be.” So what is the real reason for shutting down whole economies and effectively locking people in their homes (while at the same time insisting on not controlling borders in order to prevent spread of this “super-lethal” infectious disease)?

            I don’t know. But it’s not a good thing. And given the disproportionate power and influence of Jews in the west, they must be held at least partly responsible for any evil intentions that might be behind this mysterious and clearly irrational panic that our governments and media have caused.

    • Ludwig
      Ludwig says:

      ia says:
      March 21, 2020 at 2:00 pm

      “Rather than obsess over Jews I think white men ought to start looking at the Chinese. To my mind they are far more alien and dangerous.”

      Yeah right!
      Chinese own hollywood, the media, the banking system, etc, etc ……. and… [jews] “………are far [less] alien and dangerous.”

      It was jewish banking globalist planning via the Lima Declaration that made China the recipient of western technology and productive capacity. Denuded the US of her manufacturing to build up a future enemy.

    • Charles Frey
      Charles Frey says:

      The Sequence:
      01 Trump and wife descend the elevator to announce his candidacy.
      02 Reactively, plans are simultaneously hatched by the Deep State to impeach him.
      03 No more foreign wars, immigration, revamping trade agreements, deregulation will assure an economic upswing.
      04 Impeachment, which would disqualify him from 2020 as well, fails.
      05 The economy thrives: known to be his greatest strength for 2020.
      06 Ergo, the economy has to be destroyed. A repeat letter from the American Bankers Association, ordering its members to call all loans and to issue no new ones, as in 1929, would, in more informed times, likely be ignored.
      07 Dr. Lieber, working at Harvard on viruses [ H the latest repeat Jewish rapists of Russia ] takes samples to Wuhan, where he is active in the same milieu. [ Ach du Lieber ! ]
      ” Nearly 10,000 soldiers from 109 countries will compete in a record-high 329 events “.
      09 Italy fielded 139 contestants; Iran 90; and the US 172.
      10 Statistics as to who was served batwings instead of chickenwings will never be disclosed.
      11 1929 as compared with 2020 ff. will be fondly remembered as the good times.
      12 On the upside, Hunter will finally get an ” honest ” job, commensurate with his demonstrated talents, as doorman to the Oval Office.
      13 Open borders will guarantee their re-election: probably for many administrations to follow.

      Whodunnit, either singly or in tandem ? I dunno !

      • Carolyn Yeager
        Carolyn Yeager says:

        Charles, thank you for putting this together. I have not myself been able to set these facts aside; especially compelling are #5 & 6, and 12 & 13. Yes, it just fits too perfectly, if you are convinced that they are desperate (along with ruthless) and will stop at nothing.
        I am convinced of that.

  9. Junghans
    Junghans says:

    We certainly are in for some paradamadic and existential changes in our daily lives here in the White West, as the system melts down. In my prior comment, (although off topic regarding the “Bernie Bros….” article on the 17th of March), I jumped the gun and nevertheless stated my observations about the current events that Dr. Joyce has addressed here today. Not much has changed since my initial comment, we are indeed in for a hell-of-a-ride.

    Regarding what Dr. Gu has stated above about the American health system, I am in complete agreement with his observations, as he has clearly stated the obvious.

  10. James
    James says:

    Is there any update as to when your book will be coming out Dr. Joyce? Thanks for all your work.

  11. TJ
    TJ says:

    “. . .Lombardy has 56 University Departments. . .”

    See how NWO is using the number 56: 56. Code that this is all a sham

    [56% will be infected in CA, 56 case increase in Tennessee, 56 bed hospital will be overflowing soon, and on and on. . .]

    • JRM
      JRM says:


      I did a quick search on “number 56 significance” and this is the first thing I saw:

      “The number 56 symbolizes teamwork, coexistence, family, relationships, adventure and expression of freedom. ”

      Do you have any notion of any meaning to the relevant actors (Deep State, Jews, etc.) of “56”? Or have they assigned it an arbitrary meaning? A very hasty search of “56” and “Jewish mysticism” didn’t help.

    • Jerry Cornelius
      Jerry Cornelius says:

      In the Hebrew Kabbalah, the number 56 ( old Hebrew is number valued) Gives us A, Y, M, H=Dread, Terror…A, G, H=He suffered.
      Possible cosmic co-incidence as opposed to a conspiracy.

  12. Eric
    Eric says:

    Well, Trump finally found a way to close the border. It fell right into his lap. And I don’t think the American public is going to tolerate open borders anymore. They’ve gotten a good scare.

    My hope is that a couple of weeks of “social distancing” and “sheltering in place” will be all that is required to “flatten the curve,” and that the economy will spring back to life immediately.

    It took a tragedy, but the outcome looks to be a plus for nationalism and a minus for globalism and multiculturalism. At least one major weapon in the Jewish armory has been rendered useless.

    If the Democrats are smart, they’ll quickly change their tune on these issues — as will the neoconservatives if they’re smart.

    Otherwise, Trump will get reelected, and he will have a much easier time keeping his promises to his supporters — assuming that he was sincere in making them in the first place.

      • David Ashton
        David Ashton says:

        As senior citizens (without the virus) my wife & I are effectively under house arrest in Britain. If and when the contagion is over, how much “emergency” state legislation will remain, and used for non-medical purposes?

      • Eric
        Eric says:

        I’ve been disappointed by Trump in many ways.

        But I think he finally has enough control over the government (due to his emergency powers) to prevent any “mopping up of dissidents.”

        I don’t see him as a bad guy, or as somebody who is compromised. I just don’t get that vibe from him.

        Leaders in Western Europe and Britain, of course, are another story.

        • Trenchant
          Trenchant says:

          Sorry, I don’t believe high office is open to anyone not compromised by behavior totally unacceptable to the public. Granted, Jeffrey isn’t talking and Ghislaine can’t be found.

          And far from preventing the mopping-up of dissidents, Trump will preside over it, as his overlords demand. Covid-19 as deus ex machina.

  13. Eric Novak
    Eric Novak says:

    Ron Unz, despite his having an excellent website, makes some incredibly stupid claims about Hispanic immigration to the US, the effects of Hispanic immigration on California, and rates of Hispanic crime, but his defense of a laughably dumb statement from a Chinese general intended to deflect blame away from Chinese authorities is bizarre. The guy has an advanced degree in physics, which demonstrates the adage that the smartest people are often the most stupid.

    • Robert Dolan
      Robert Dolan says:

      I have to defend Ron and his site is one of the very best. Yes, he’s soft on Hispanic immigration, but he’s right about most other issues. I spend most of my time on that site and it’s a great source of information.

      Consider also the fact that he must face massive censure from his tribe. It has to be hard for him
      and yet he continues to provide a tremendous service to our country.

      Of course, compliments can be directed to KMAC as well for this great site.

  14. AntiSocialFool
    AntiSocialFool says:

    Sorry but this virus is not a NWO conspiracy.Its Mother Nature protecting her creation.Shes had enough of millions of mans machines polluting her skies.Shes upset at the daily slaughter of millions of her animals to fill the insatiable stomachs of mankind.Upset at seeing her beautiful trees felled to fill the pockets of businessmen. Weve had it coming for a long,long time.If we dont modify our behaviour natures gonna send us the way of the Dinosaurs.

    • Jerry Cornelius
      Jerry Cornelius says:

      Fish are again swimming in Venice and the huge pollution cloud has begun to disperse over china. It will be interesting to see pollution specs later on. This crisis may have a silver lining, even if I have to die.

    • Eric
      Eric says:

      All of these diseases that periodically come from China — one right after the other — appear to come from open air food markets, where exotic animals are sold and treated cruelly under unsanitary conditions.

      Many if not most Chinese believe that torturing animals makes them taste better.

      I remember this being a problem even in San Francisco’s Chinatown, where ordinary citizens were appalled by what they saw at food stands.

      People laugh at PETA, but they are the only group I know of that’s trying to put a stop to these horrible practices in China — as well as similar situations in Third World countries. So I give them money when I can.

  15. Mike Neumann
    Mike Neumann says:

    Trump: Chronological listing of his statements on the corona crisis

    – January 22nd: we have everything under total control, it concerns a person who entered from China
    – 30 January: we have the virus under control
    – February 2: it came from China, we took it and shot it
    – February 10: in April the virus will die because of the harsher weather
    – February 14: historically, all viruses disappear when it gets warmer
    – 25 February: we will all be better
    – February 26: it’s only a matter of days until we are at zero cases
    – February 27: it will disappear, it is like a miracle, it will disappear again like a miracle
    – February 28: Coronavirus, you know the word? This is the new scam. We have 15 cases in our great country. We warned early, that’s why there are so few cases. We could have many more cases if I hadn’t acted quickly and correctly
    – 2 March: they will have vaccinations very soon
    – 3 March: not only vaccinations, but also medicines for therapy
    – March 4: We have very few cases in the USA
    – March 6: our numbers are lower than the numbers in any other country
    – March 10: we are doing a lot and many great things will happen
    – 11 March: we will respond with great speed and professionalism
    – March 12: it will disappear
    – 13 March: no, I do not take any responsibility
    – 15 March: everything will be fine, we are great
    – March 16th: it appeared so suddenly
    – 17.3 March: this is a pandemic, I knew it was a pandemic long before anyone spoke of a pandemic. To recognize that, you just have to see what is happening in all the other countries
    – 18.3 March: we do a super job, our country does a super job

    • Carolyn Yeager
      Carolyn Yeager says:

      Going after Trump on the virus issue in the manner you have done is such a waste of time and opportunity for a nationalist. Read Charles Frey’s comment above ( March 22, 2020 at 5:35 pm ) for a clue to whom to criticize. Clue: Not DT.

      • Neil C
        Neil C says:

        Trump is an imbecile.
        When Obama got in everyone was gushing and weeping and saying how he was great and things will change. Nothing changed except for the worse.
        FF to Don Trump, all the nationalists were gushing and weeping and saying how he is great and things will change. He declared Jerusalem is to be the new home for an Embassy. It is about time Americans see that ALL of these people are the same old assholes. And the USA was maybe a great place but is being rapidly pissed up the wall.

  16. Peter P
    Peter P says:

    …there are now over 300 papers on MedRXiv concerning the structure, nature, and origins of the virus. None of these papers have highlighted anything suggesting an artificial origin of any aspect of COVID-19

    On the contrary, there many such papers, both on MedRXiv and other scientific publishing sites that support the possibility of COVID-19 being a laboratory engineered virus. Many of them are referenced in this compelling report on its possible origins.

  17. Alan
    Alan says:

    Very informative article; almost too much so. And I agree with others that the author did a disservice to his credible journalism by quoting Dr. Gu. Anyone that lives at the top of the food chain, via his profession, has no credibility criticizing the wealth of those that provide him with his wealth. Kinda like the pot calling the kettle black. And, the snide potshot remark about Trump promoting the acceptance of a homosexual lifestyle in Africa and Asia is demeaning to the credibility of the author. And worst of all, the author quotes an NBC article as his source of ‘information’ besmirching Trump. I don’t trust any Jew-owned media that attacks Trump, since Trump is attacking the Jew-owned parasite banking scheme. NBC indeed! I trust NBC about as far as I can throw a 1958 Buick. Hmmmpppphhhhhh!

  18. Rosa
    Rosa says:

    I live in the hurricane’s eye, so to speak, in Milan, in Lombardy, and I’m a doctor.
    Apart from consideration if this is a man made pandemic or Mother Nature Or God punishing us ( my sincere belief) it’s a hell of a thing !
    Our Government, though well and timely informed by the WHO, did NOTHING to prevent and limit the possibility (very high) of contagion from China or other European countries which, as a matter of fact, had had already a few cases, such as France,Germany and Spain.
    Then, when the disease was already spreading, they kept on doing nothing of
    the measures required by local authorities and now we’re in a complete mess, asking help to everyone – the last in time is Mr Putin, who’s sending military doctors and equipment, and we’re enrolling to duty all available doctors, young and old, just graduated or already retired… We’re exposing elderly, young and middle aged people, nurses, policemen, RedCross personnel, physicians, the whole population to the virus for lack of protecting masks, gloves, vests.
    We have been forced to stay at home, except for people who woks in the super r,et, in drugstores and pharmacist, in health care facilities, of course, in th transportation…Our tourist industry is completely blocked and no one knows if it will ever recover.
    It’s true: in most cases, 80-85% of the infected get only mildly symptomatic (but they’re still contagious) but in 15-20% the C virus put you in hospital and in 10%
    of cases send you to the grave. And it happens quick, very quickly: the day before the your ER is nearly empty, the day after it’s full of very sick patients unable to breathe.
    And it’s not a matter of NHS versus private hospitals: in Lombardy there’s no
    difference, we can go to a State owned or a private owned health care facility at no more costs, all paid by our taxes, and many Lombardian hospitals are very good.
    But the C virus doesn’t respect anything, anyone and it fights you as a guerrilla
    warrior, hitting here and not there , killing tens in a town and sparing the adjacent ones, decimating Bergamo, but apparently not Milan yet.
    So ,please, take care of yourself.
    World won’t be the same after that, surely not my beloved Country.
    Pray for us, we’re all in the same boat and don’t ask for whom the bells ring.
    Rosa ( rosy14)

  19. Anon
    Anon says:

    The US doctor shortage is probably not going to pose problems for coronavirus. Instead, the ventilator shortage will.

    However, the main idea of Dr. Gu is correct. For foreign readers, this is a thing in the USA. Medical schools restrict entry to only ~5% of applicants, and there are often unnecessary doctor shortages. And yes, it is a pyramid scheme, MUCH more so now than just two decades ago, thanks to the Affordable Care Act.

    The recent ACA from the Obama adminstration, inspired by Ezekiel Emmanuel (brother of Rahm Emmanuel, former mayor of Chicago, who was is tightly tied to the Pritzker family which has been deeply engaged in the Chicago-Northwestern corporate medical system for a few decades now; they basically “made” Obama and pushed him right to the top of the Democrat ticket with the help of media), created a situation where most private physicians could not keep their practices, and had to sell out to medical corporations. In my region, these corporatized doctor’s offices are usually owned by Jews. The general feeling is that individual doctors cannot earn as much money in these companies, in which they are simply “employees,” as they used to when they were their own bosses (being a private practitioner used to be a path to real wealth).

    I’m sure Andrew Joyce could have a field day with Jewish ownership of the American corporate-medical complex.

    I imagine that only those with many connections to many lawyers can put together the legal teams required to figure out the massive thousands-pages long ACA, as well as all of the laws binding medical corporation in the USA, as well as the other aspects of business in the USA. Your average doctor ONLY knows how to be a private practitioner, and that itself probably took him many years to figure out. Most private practitioners got swamped by the new regulations of the ACA, which require hundreds of hours of paperwork per year, and most gave up. They certainly would not know how to corporatize. If you are a member of a Jewish community, however, it would be easy to put together a group of competent Jewish legal/business/medical elites with plenty of money in savings to take a few years off work to figure out the ACA and find a way to corporatize and profit from it. Jewish people jump at such opportunities.

    American high-regulation capitalism benefits those fortunate enough to be born into highly networked, elite subcultures. Whites don’t like doing things this way, as such clannish activity entails giving yourself an unfair advantage, and Whites tend to not just follow the “letter of the law” regarding discrimination, but also the “spirit of the law.”

    Whites have always believed that individualistic capitalism was to our benefit, and maybe to everyone’s benefit. We see now, as the USA evolves, that it is neither individualistic or to our benefit. One of the frustrating things about being a normal American who wants to feel good about “my” country is that the Europeans, who viciously and unnecessarily hate the USA for our minor differences and provide an unending fountain of criticism, turn out to have the right ideas about how to promote our (white) people’s well-being. Whites would do better – and have happier societies – with European socialism than Jewish regulatory-vulture capitalism that only benefits those who are highly networked with lots of rich people and legal experts.

    The funny thing is that most millennial Jews are actually in favor of Euro-style socialism. They also are leaving the Jewish fold, though, so I suppose that is why – they are trying to become normies and want a world that would be good to normies. Still, the strongly-identified Jews in the Orthodox Jewish community continue to support the Republican party staunchly.

    • Cat
      Cat says:

      What an excellent post! Thank you so much.

      I live in New York City and all the hospitals in the city have now been consolidated down to about 5 large corporations. I believe 4 of the consolidated companies are owned by Jews. The presbyterian and catholic type hospitals have all been swept into the consolidations, but I’m not sure if they have their own corp or got eaten up by the jews.

    • Eric
      Eric says:

      And of course, Ezekiel Emanuel, like his brother Rahm, is a Jew.

      Obamacare was an attempt to move in a more socialist direction. You portray it as a disaster.

      Then you suggest it’s a good thing that your fellow (?) younger Jews are embracing socialism.

      What am I missing here?

    • ChilledBee
      ChilledBee says:

      I hear so many people asking and wondering how on earth has America turned into the unrecognizable country it is today. I believe your excellent comment illustrates this perfectly. One can only imagine how many other major industries they have commandeered by their abject lack of morals and deep-seated avarice. They have had over 2 centuries to perfect their agenda.

      • moneytalks
        moneytalks says:

        ” They have had over 2 centuries to perfect their agenda.”

        Good point . However , christians have had over 2 millenium to figure out that it is not a good idea to let unaccountable private people ( aka jews ) monopolize the public money system … and there is not yet any significant desire to fully nationalize the Federal Reserve System .

        • Eric
          Eric says:

          I think the whole process is pretty simple.

          When a goy has or gets power, the Jew shows up with his moneybags. He offers the goy a choice: Get rich quick by doing what I say or I’ll remove you from power by showering money on your opponent and using the media I control to defame you.

          If there is any blackmail potential, the Jew will use that as well.

          The common people have not had a real say over the policies of their own government, not even in a democracy or republic. Once the Jews got control of money through their international networking and teamwork, they began to take control of kings, popes, and prime ministers/presidents.

          President Wilson Woodrow Wilson was blackmailed by the Jew Samuel Untermeyer (who, incidentally, financed the creation of the “Christian” Zionist Scofield Bible, and, in addition, issued World Jewry’s declaration of war against Germany in 1933) according to the Jew Benjamin Freedman (see the book “facts are facts”).

          As a result, we got American boys sent over to Europe to fight in WW I (which Wilson had promised would never happen), the Federal Reserve system, (set up by the Jew Paul Warburg), the federal income tax, and Britain’s promise to the Jews to give them Palestine in return for the Jews getting Wilson to enter the war on Britain’s side.

          This act of unjustified aggression against Germany (which had done nothing to hurt America when the United States began shipping arms to Britain in violation of its stated neutrality) and insult to Americans of German descent was the beginning of the end of the white race.

          WW I led to WW II, which led to Jews replacing WASPs as America’s ruling class — said Jewish ruling class then imposing its race-mixing and anti-white agenda on both Germany and the United States — and, by extension, on all majority white countries apart from Russia and Eastern Europe (although the Jews have plenty of power in those countries as well).

  20. Fenria
    Fenria says:

    Pandemics such as this can be used as tools to destroy systems. They can be wielded as hammers against this current entrenched (((system))) which refuses to die. Chaos is a tool. Opportunities are presenting themselves for the first time in a very long time, and maybe for the last time if this system is allowed to re-organize with an even stronger deathgrip on resources, populations, and world governments. Capitalize on this opportunity. I won’t tell you how, but do whatever you can to make the most of this present stumbling of the juggernaut. We must use whatever chances come our way. Do not be afraid of the unconventional. Be an agent of change in times of change.

  21. Robert Dolan
    Robert Dolan says:

    I have to defend Ron and his site is one of the very best. Yes, he’s soft on Hispanic immigration, but he’s right about most other issues. I spend most of my time on that site and it’s a great source of information.

    Consider also the fact that he must face massive censure from his tribe. It has to be hard for him
    and yet he continues to provide a tremendous service to our country.

    Of course, compliments can be directed to KMAC as well for this great site.

  22. Jerry Cornelius
    Jerry Cornelius says:

    Plagues of locust in Africa (3.5 billion) Fires sweep oz, floods in the UK, storms in the US, Virus spreads the World! this is like the Four Horsemen of the Apocolypse. Cut’s through the BS. Crisis brings out the Best and the Worst.
    I am settling down to read my too long on the bookshelf copy of Albert Camus -The Plague-.
    As usual a good piece by Mr Joyce and also a few links which I have saved to other pages which look very interesting. Thanks, OO.

  23. David
    David says:

    This covid 19 pandemic was engineered. A cover up for the economic crash and a way to place a police state. People in Europe were awakening but now they are confined in fear at their homes. There’s a german doctor that tells a lot and brings lots of red pills. Take a look, the last 15 minutes he talks about the conspiracy behind the pandemic.

  24. Armoric
    Armoric says:

    I wish this epidemic would help White people realize that their government wants them dead. The governments of France, Italy, England, Germany and the USA, refused to suspend flights from China when they knew about the havoc caused by the virus.

    I didn’t need this to know that we are ruled by criminals, but I hope it will wake up more people. In France, doctors are also resenting the lack of medical masks and virus test kits. I hope they will notice the huge Jewish over-representation among the health system bureaucrats, and draw a few conclusions.

    I think Jewish interference is also the main reason why we are not allowed to train enough White doctors while we keep training and importing non-White doctors. The idea that this is a plot from medical unions so doctors will get paid more is absurd. They won’t even dare to say anything against the importation of incompetent third-world doctors. They would be censored by the media anyway. Another problem is that the heads of medical unions are probably co-opted by the government.

    Who owns the government and the media? I don’t think it is the doctors.

    I know that not everyone in our governments wants us dead, but we are still being destroyed. Did the Jewish Bolsheviks really want the death of Russian and Ukrainian peasants in the 1930s? It doesn’t have to be 100% deliberate, but for some reason, when Jews are in charge, White people tend to turn up dead or race-replaced. This would not happen if we were ruled by White doctors.

  25. Ludwig
    Ludwig says:

    Like 9-11, this psy-op kills many birds with the one stone!

    It gives politicians and banksters cover for the financial crisis that was inevitable, virus or no virus. But I fear that most people are still incapable of entertaining that the global elite are that hostile that they’d have no scruples “killing their own people” to borrow with irony the phrase from GWB.

    We are going to be pauperised then offered the NWO as if it was a ‘natural’ economic progression.

  26. Charles Frey
    Charles Frey says:

    During the mid-forties of the last century, even we youngsters in grade-school were programmatically ” denazified “: well, re-educated in the unequalled spirit of everlasting, superlative western democracy. Even though my most severe nationalistic and social transgression was to have dropped 5 pfennigs in a collection jar, for the purpose of providing suitable winter clothing for the soldiers on the eastern front. The so called Winterhilfe program.

    A generation earlier, as we know and have read in the British papers, Churchill would have smiled on me with approval for assisting [ Vlassov ] the Russian people, ” who have been grasped by their hair ! “, by his unmistakably identified professional, historic uprooters. But things change and he had to have ‘ someone ‘ pay his liquor bills.

    This crisis requires us all to smartly ‘ jump to ‘ and salute, with one’s left hand firmly pressed to the seam of the left trouser leg: conjuring experiences predating denazification.

    • Eric
      Eric says:

      I assume that it’s a part of Johns Hopkins University.

      Medical and scientific researchers depend on grants given to them by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). These are government institutions.

      To the extent that Jews control our government, and our society’s institutions in general, I think you could say that the Johns Hopkins Center is a Jewish organization.

  27. JRM
    JRM says:

    However much truth there is to the reports on the virus, we can conclude just a few things now, based on simple observation. Again the following points are valid whether the pandemic is as bad as they say or if it isn’t:

    1. Our Government is using the epidemic as an excuse for a reset on the economy. That should really be quite obvious. A slow motion implosion of the existing market was done, and a new one will rise. Beyond the economic goals, are they advancing social engineering plans? I’m less certain about that, but I remain watchful. The economic machinations seem undeniable, and the opportunity for a mass transfer of wealth to the very top seems to be a big part of it. There may be much deeper things going on in terms of how the nation’s economy is constructed.

    2. The media is actually promoting mass hysteria. Most of the “media” are essentially an extension of the CIA; the age old advice of “don’t panic” is being ridiculed, and the media is quite blatantly attempting to shout down any who try to preach measured or skeptical responses. We already know the media encourages fear (especially among the youth) as a response to “climate change”. The media wants fear on top of fear for this occasion. Let us all ask ourselves “why?”.

    • Eric
      Eric says:

      I agree that the motive behind what increasingly appears to be a hoax instead of a serious health threat (my views on this have evolved even within this comment section as more information has come out) is a reset to the economy.

      This raises a lot of questions. Before this is over, we’ll probably have added $6 trillion to the national debt. “Fiscal conservatives” were hysterical when the debt hit $10 trillion. Now that we’re headed towards $30 trillion, they seem to think it doesn’t matter how much we go into debt.

      Who benefits? One theory — which I hope is true — is that the American people do. How? Trump, with the help of Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin (playing the role of righteous Jew), is nationalizing the Federal Reserve, using the rescue money as leverage to de-privatize it and take away its independence. We will no longer have a debt-based currency where every dollar created is, in effect, an interest bearing loan to the American taxpayer. The money being given to major corporations is not a gift, but a purchase of shares (or warrants) in those corporations. This, combined with Trump’s attempts to reverse the de-industrialization of the U.S. economy by imposing tariffs on China and rewriting other trade agreements, will restore economic prosperity to America. So much so that the national debt will be paid off with ease.

      An even more “far out” favorable theory is that Trump is using the special powers given to him in this emergency to carry out policy initiatives that most of us would favor — not just when it comes to securing the southern border, but finally taking action against the Deep State, corruption on Wall Street, and the Clinton/Epstein/Podesta pedo-cabal. Will we finally see indictments against the Clintons, Comey, McCabe, Clapper, Brennan, the Bidens et al? This is what a lot of Q followers think.

      On the other hand, there’s a theory that a reset was necessary because the economy was about to collapse anyway. Thanks to our growing national debt, fewer people were willing to lend us money by buying our treasury bonds and certificates. There was a — possibly related — liquidity crisis taking place that became noticeable about a month before COVID-19 first appeared on the scene. And an unusually high number of corporate CEO’s resigned and cashed out before the crisis hit. How much easier to blame a virus — something that was “nobody’s fault.”

      So to summarize: Trump, the knight in shining armor, who — astride his trusty white steed, glimmering lance in hand — has galloped onto the scene to reshape America to serve all Americans. Or business as usual and the little guy getting screwed. Take your pick.

    • moneytalks
      moneytalks says:

      ” … why ?”

      Self-interest . A huge problem is that so many people cannot see any self-interest beyond the end their nose when in fact much , if not most , self-interest is contingent on the well-being of others .

  28. TJ
    TJ says:

    The whole aim of practical politics is to keep the populace alarmed (and hence clamorous to be led to safety) by menacing it with an endless series of hobgoblins, all of them imaginary.

    —H.L. MENCKEN, 1921

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