Dr. Jennifer Daniels – There’s No Such Thing as a Deadly Virus; We’re Playing a Game of Simon Says
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It’s not about health
In this interview, Dr. Jennifer Daniels starts off making the case that we have yet to find any clear evidence that anyone has ever died of a virus. As far as I can tell, she is in general agreement with Dr. Tom Cowan and Dr. Andrew Kaufman on this point. She does realize—and we all realize—that thinking this far outside the box freaks some people out. By the CDC’s own admission, the PCR test does not work. Since the actual number of deaths due to Covid is therefore unknown, Daniels doesn’t waste a lot of time talking about the false numbers that dominate mainstream reporting. She just looks at excess deaths in 2020.
There were around two hundred fifty thousand more deaths in the U.S. in 2020 than in 2019. When you compensate for population growth, that works out to about thirty thousand excess deaths in 2020.
Fifteen thousand were in New York alone, so clearly something else is going on there. She does not speculate on why New York was such an outlier but sets those numbers aside so as not to muddy the waters. Outside of New York, there were fifteen thousand excess deaths, or about one in one hundred thousand. Whatever Covid really is, it is less deadly than the common cold, based on these numbers. Where exactly is the emergency? Dr. Daniels correctly concludes that whatever is going on today is not about health; it is about something else.
So, let’s talk about mind control. Every science fiction fan is familiar with the Jedi mind trick from the movie Star Wars. But that’s just fiction, right? You can’t just wave your hand and say in a soothing voice, “These are not the droids you’re looking for.” Well, if you believe that, in a way you have already proven that mind control does work. And as in the movies, it works mainly on the weak-minded.
How does it work?
In many cases, one of the first steps is to induce fear or anger because negative emotions convert strong minds into weak minds, and weak minds into weaker minds. Then you have mind-control words that have been used successfully many times throughout history.
The most popular control word is “safety.” There is just something about that word that stops brain function in its tracks. We are doing this, mandating that, taking away your freedom for your own “safety.” We have seen people agree to outrages— from statutory rape in airports to needle rape over the last year—because it is “for your safety.”
Along the way, we have been convinced that we are not capable of thinking for ourselves (unless we have a PhD or MD or are a government authority), so we must let those people tell us what to think.
It really isn’t that hard to see what is going on. It’s not rocket science. The inescapable fact is, we live in a dangerous world. Everything we do carries some risk. When we become so obsessed with safety that we are paralyzed into doing nothing, well, that’s not very safe, is it?
What do we do about those who are strong-minded and refuse to be controlled? No problem there—another mind-control phrase has been created to dispose of them. They are “conspiracy theorists,” because everyone knows our sacred government would never involve itself in a conspiracy. Large corporations wouldn’t do that either, even though many of them have well-documented criminal records.
Part of being human
David Martin, one of the most popular speakers at our recent conference, made the excellent point: we have forgotten what it means to be human. Social interaction—such as parties, weddings, funerals, family reunions, church, whatever—are part of being human. This goes beyond basic human rights. This is what we are. We don’t need permission from Fauci, Biden, any government official or our doctor to be human.
Daniels reminds us that no one else owns our bodies. “My body, my choice” used to be popular in some circles. Have we forgotten? That is how successful mind control has been.
The Wild Virus
Daniels makes one more observation that I was going to skip over, but I can’t resist mentioning it. She notes that in the course of the debates between Fauci and Senator Rand Paul, Fauci disputes one of Paul’s points by saying that it is only valid for the wild virus.
The wild virus? As opposed to what? The domesticated, genetically modified lab virus?
Daniels likens the situation today to a twisted game of “Simon Says,” where authorities see how far they can push before they get pushback. Many people have been pushed to the point where they have forgotten their humanity.
Daniels doesn’t illustrate this with a lot of examples but mentions that schools have reduced social distancing requirements from six feet to three feet due to teacher pushback. We have also seen successful pushback in the Chicago Police Department and on certain airlines. The message is that they can only push us as far as we let them.
The thumb is UP.
This article appeared in Wise Traditions in Food, Farming and the Healing Arts, the quarterly journal of the Weston A. Price Foundation, Winter 2021🖨️ Print post