Apart from conspiracy theories, let’s think this through logically. There is a distinct possibility of an imminent financial collapse. If nobody is allowed to go out due to the current pandemic, what will happen to our “productivity”? We are not all writing emails or adding up spreadsheets for a living, after all. Some folks have to look after the prime productivity of the earth, you know, the one all other button-pushing and word mincing rest on? It’s called agriculture. We’ve become so top heavy, we’ve forgotten that it’s not services, not even industrial output that keeps us afloat as a species. It’s agriculture. And we’re not doing a very good job currently of cultivating our land. In fact, we’re rather savage with the way we poison and erode it.
Permaculture is a hopeful counter-concept, that so far unfortunately has not entered the mainstream.
It is much more than just a new method of tilling the ground. It is a complete re-orientation of our relationship with nature, based on its eco-logic principles, rather than our production- and profit-maximizing ones.
If Dow Jones, Nikkei or Dax lose about a third of their “value”, literally trillions of dollars/Yen/Euros are “wiped out” – of ostensible wealth, that is. Of course we “know” that this speculative wealth never existed in the first place, we were merely banking on future prospects. It shows how much we are living on loan, and what little it takes, to bring the system down.
VW alone builds roughly 2,000 cars per shift day in Germany. A two-week stand-still causes around 28,000 fewer cars built. This will make a little dent in VW’s balance books, yet who will miss these cars on the roads, other than maybe a few VW executives?
«Permit me to issue and control the money of a nation, and I care not who makes its laws.»~attributed to Mayer Anselm Rothschild, Banker
The quote may be apocryphal. Nevertheless, the sentiment is true: control of the money supply is simply more powerful than the government.
With all the quarantine or “social distancing”, lots of social and educational activity is taken online. Internet slowdown or even outages are plausible if the backbone cannot cope. We have made ourselves very dependent on a fairly sensitive infrastructure. See you on the other side. We’re out hiking in the woods, surprised how loud the few remaining airplanes are, the background grumble of which our brains normally work hard at filtering out of our perception.
There are plenty of “conspiracy theories” surrounding the current epidemic, and I believe that like the quote, even if they are mis-attributed, many still have a point, they are not completely preposterous, otherwise they would be implausible. The attraction of these “theories” is that they do make some sense. The label “conspiracy theory” is actually quite unfitting, as the term implies that there’s a secretive cabal pulling the strings behind the scene. Also they are not “theories”, at least not in the scientific sense. A “theory” is an explanation for a phenomenon that has been proven experimentally, or otherwise enough evidence has been gathered to lift it above the level of hypothesis.
Often, these so-called “conspiracy theories” do little more than associating phenomena that coincide chronologically, logically or logistically, and applying selective reasoning or perception to make a case that they correlate causally. Maybe in this broader definition, they should more aptly be called “association hypotheses”.
Wuhan was the first province where 5G was rolled out on a big scale. And yes, I do believe that permanent and massive pulsed EM radiation in the Gigahertz range is detrimental to overall health – I’d venture to say that there is enough evidence to raise this above hypothetical level, yet the evidence is understandably suppressed by a billion dollar industry.
In quantum mechanics, everything is related at some level, the correct term is “entangled”. At the big bang, all matter was joined in one dot, so it is merely logical to assume that we all and the stuff around us and everything is somehow “entangled”.
Switch your mobile phone off or into flight mode overnight, to improve your sleep. It is well proven and documented that mobile phone radiation disrupts sleep patterns. If you can, also switch your WiFi off, at least overnight. The constant radiation exposure also disrupts cell repair, and may well make the body more susceptible to pathogens. (And maybe a bit of selective perception or reasoning already: Italy was not the first country in Europe rolling out 5G, it was Switzerland, followed by the UK and Finland.)
Drink plenty of water (in moderation, as everything though!) and get ready for some big changes to how humans live and interact. Make it your mindset to be part of the repair, not the damage.