by Jeff Berwick
In 1837, Hans Christian Anderson published his cautionary tale, The Emperor’s New Clothes, and its message resounds clearly today.
An Emperor of a city is fond of clothes. Two imposter weavers enter his city and tell him they will create a suit for him that would be invisible to stupid people. … Everyone lies and says they can see the suit.
It’s a classic tale about trickery, self-deception, conformity, and obedience to authority – kind of like Covaids, right?
I mean, to date there is NO, ZERO, NADA proof that Covaids exists.
And if you think the PCR or Antigen tests PROVE that you have the dreaded disease, watch the video! I’ve got a whole zoo and a fruit salad that say otherwise…