COVID 19 is everyday manifesting the UN/ELITE/ROYAL Agenda. I hope that you are awake and observant. This year is going to be a very big year for you. YOUR LIFE if you continue to have one, is NEVER GOING TO BE THE SAME AGAIN. THAT IS A PROMISE!
Please as you review the items posted here, don’t just peruse through them and take them at face value. READ these article with a critical and analytical mind. Most of all PRAY that God will reveal the TRUTH to you. All the deceptive fluff and hype that is being thrown at the general public makes it very hard for the regular, average person to sort out. That is why there are people on the internet who are dedicated to sorting it all out and presenting you with TRUTH. We can’t make you see it… all we can do is put it out there.
I encourage you to check out the UN 2020 Website. These people are deadly serious about the GLOBAL GOVERNMENT being in place by the end of 2020!
The UN2020 campaign is working to develop a civil society Declaration and Plan of Action to be adopted at the UN75 People’s Forum for The Future We Want, The UN We Need taking place on
Your inputs will inform the content of the Declaration and the advocacy going forward, as UN member states also negotiate the intergovernmental UN75 political declaration, which is to be completed by June and adopted by Heads of State at the
..UN75 Leaders Summit on September 19, 2020
Note the colors on their Logo.
With so many humans staying at home, the air is cleaner, the water is clearer and some animals are more bold than ever. (Damn those pesky humans, wish they would all just stay away forever!)
For the most up-to-date news and information about the coronavirus pandemic, visit the WHO website.
The all those people staying home seem to be a collective weight off the shoulders of the global environment in certain observable ways. (you don’t think that was the plan???), have taken millions of people off the streets in China, Europe and the United States. And
NASA and the European Space Agency first saw the effect via via satellite data (above) that shows China’s dramatic drop in nitrogen dioxide emissions, which mostly come from vehicles, after lockdowns were put in place in February. (Funny how they didn’t see all the smoke rising up from the incinerators they had going 24/7)
The European Space Agency’s Copernicus Sentinel-5P satellite also made it easy to see similar reductions in air pollution over northern Italy after lockdowns were put in place there a few weeks later. The below animation shows the fluctuation of nitrogen dioxide emissions between Jan. 1 and March 11.
“The reduction in emissions that we can see, coincides with the lockdown in Italy causing less traffic and industrial activities,” said Claus Zehner, ESA’s Copernicus Sentinel-5P mission manager, said in a blog post.
(Well, dah. It does not take a scientist to figure that. When we are not driving the gas gusler cars the greedy elite have us driving there are no emissions to measure)Similar impacts are evident in the suddenly pristine air quality around Los Angeles, which is normally notorious for its smog from millions of commuters. (Wow, really? How shocking…NOT)
One place it’s easy to see the environmental change with your own eyes by simply taking a walk around town is the famed canal city of Venice.
The water in the canals, which have a reputation for being a bit stinky at times, is currently clear with plenty of fish swimming and swans hanging around enjoying the unusual urban peace and quiet:
Some wildlife that have become dependent on humans as a source of food are now becoming a bit more rowdy and bold in this new reality. (Ya, animals and humans get rowdy when they are hungry!! And how is this Pandemic solving the food shorage problem? NOT! So now we have hungry animals roaming our streets!)
Deer who live in Japan’s Nara Park are used to being fed by park visitors, but with that meal ticket suddenly dried up, they’ve left the park and taken to the streets of the city to look for food.
Similar and uglier scenes have been recorded in places like Lopburi, Thailand, where local monkeys previously able to rely on tourists for food have mobbed the town in search of sustenance, sometimes brawling each other in the process.
Shutdowns are likely to impact the amount of carbon in the atmosphere as well.
According to an analysis by Lauri Myllyvirta at the Center for Research on Energy and Clean Air, in the weeks that followed the end of Chinese New Year in early February the coronavirus lockdown kept activity in the country from resuming like it normally would. The resulting reductions in coal and crude oil burning led to a 25 percent decrease in CO2 emissions from China when compared with the same period in 2019. (NO DUH)
“This amounts to approximately 100 metric tons of CO2, or 6% of global emissions over the same period,” Myllyvirta writes.(Well that ought to get poor little GRETA THUNBERG jumping for joy!)
These are dramatic times that will surely lead to more dramatic and unexpected changes. Just be sure to maintain social distancing from both your fellow humans and hungry monkeys.
Coronavirus in pictures: Scenes from around the world
updated with latest data till 4th April
You may have seen the tweets, or even worse, you may have even shared the news; that there are dolphins and swans in Venice or there are elephants in China, all roaming around freely in this fresh and pure human-free world. We all want to believe in something good in this torrid time but it turns out those news and images were fake, well not totally fake, just not related to the current coronavirus lockdown throughout the world. Dolphins and swans were always in Venice and the photo of elephants is an old one.
So the question arises is if it’s the same old earth or is it just a little bit better? To cut through the noise and uncover the real truth, I decided to go through the data. Air Quality Index(AQI) is a pretty robust metric which reflects the air pollution levels and hence a very good way to understand the impact of the lockdown, at least on our lower atmosphere. You can see the variations of pollutant levels over the world with each passing week here at CovidExplore.com.
I know, right? You can see the drastic differences between the end of January (week 5) and right now. Specifically, the NO2 levels have taken a huge hit since there are practically no cars on the street and very few industries operating. The most differences will be seen for Italy, Spain, Iran where the most stringent lockdowns are in place to tackle the widespread of the virus.
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FRANCE 24 English
From crystal clear waters in the canals of Venice to dramatic falls in pollution levels in major cities, the coronavirus pandemic has had a number of positive effects on the environment as millions across the world are placed under lockdown.The crowds of tourists who normally swarm the Venice canals are gone and the number of motorboats vastly reduced.
As a consequence, the normally polluted waters of the canals are clearer than at any time many locals can remember.
“The canal is definitely clearer, you just have to look at the canal when water is very calm. There are no boats, there is no traffic. Definitely it is cleaner,” said Venice resident Serguei Michtchenk.It is just one of the possibly beneficial effects on the environment of the coronavirus pandemic.
In cities across the world, the streets have emptied of people and vehicles, factories have shut down and flights have been grounded.
In China, satellite images from NASA and the European Space Agency have shown a significant decrease in nitrogen dioxide pollution in the early months of this year after much of the country went into lockdown.
A similar effect has been seen in northern Italy. While in New York, scientists at Columbia University reported a 5-10 percent drop in CO2 emissions this week as traffic levels fell 35 percent.
But the environmental benefits could be short-lived. China this week began reopening factories in Hubei province as the country reported no new domestic coronavirus cases for the first time.
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Three and a half billion people are confined in some way around the planet. That’s almost half of the world’s population. The Covid-19 pandemic has drastically changed our daily lives. With travel halted and industries slowed or stopped, what does that mean for the environment? What effect could it have on efforts to fight climate change? Down to Earth’s team takes a look at carbon emissions, pollution, recycling and the impact on agriculture in this special episode in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.
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Ya, it is really easy for the wealthy to get through anything. Money buys a lot of safety, supplies, shelter and ammo. The poor always suffer the most.
As the COVID-19 pandemic spreads, people across the world face the devastating impact it is having now on families, friends and communities, and will continue to have long into the future. This is a human rights crisis in the most immediate sense – and a reminder of our common humanity and that we are all equal in dignity and human rights.
The international human rights system as we know it today was born from the lessons of the 1930s and 1940s and the hopes of a better future. Today, human rights are central to the situation we all face. At their heart, human rights are both a protection from the power of the state and a demand that our governments use their considerable power to protect our lives, health and wellbeing.
In the next days and weeks, we will analyse developments from a human rights perspective and publish updates. And as we do this, we will continue to scrutinise actions of governments here and elsewhere in the world.
What we want to see from the government
All of us in the UK have responsibilities towards each other in this crisis, but the government has an overarching duty to protect our health and wellbeing. It can only fulfil its obligations if it puts human rights at the centre of its response.
In introducing emergency measures, it is vital from the outset that the UK Government ensures human rights are at the centre of all prevention, preparedness, containment and treatment efforts, in order to best protect public health, welfare, and support the groups and individuals most at risk.
The government must provide full economic support to protect people’s right to a home, to work and to an adequate standard of living. They will need to take action and extend the arms of state protection and support, perhaps more widely than ever before.
These measures must focus first and foremost on the most vulnerable, those who are already struggling and those who are least protected.
Coronavirus Emergency Powers Bill
In these exceptional circumstances and the public health emergency, the government is introducing emergency powers. This must be done with care to protect and respect our human rights. These measures must be temporary, be subject to regular scrutiny. and undergo genuine review before any extension. The provisions in the Bill must be proportionate and any derogations of human rights must be in accord with international human rights law.
Who are those most at risk?
The virus doesn’t discriminate, although we do know that certain groups appear to be at greater risk of severe illness and death. According to the WHO, older people and people with pre-existing medical conditions (such as asthma, diabetes or heart disease) seem to be more vulnerable to becoming severely ill with the virus.
People living in poverty and homelessness will find it much harder to access preventive measures. They may be working on zero-hour contracts, reliant on benefits and subject to punitive measures under the system of Universal Credit.
We have seen how, in countries which have already been in lockdown, refuges and women’s organisations have been raising awareness of what self-isolation means for women living with violent and controlling partners. In the UK organisations working on domestic violence are chronically underfunded and, to date, no additional provision has been made to cope with the impact of coronavirus. Victims with ‘No Recourse to Public Funds’ face additional barriers and insecurity as they cannot access life-saving refuges and are barred from other forms of public support.
A shortage of care services (childcare, healthcare, elderly care) will have a disproportionate impact on women as providers of unpaid care work. Coronavirus will exacerbate a situation where cuts to public spending have already fallen on women. The UN Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW) has reiterated its previous concern (dating back to 2009) about the disproportionately negative impact of austerity measures on women, who constitute the vast majority of single parents and are more likely to be engaged in informal, temporary or precarious forms of employment.
How should the most vulnerable be protected?
We know that there are real challenges in the UK and Coronavirus is bringing these into sharp focus. In 2018, Professor Philip Alston – UN expert on extreme poverty and human rights – visited the UK and reported how 14 million people are living in poverty, dependent on food banks and charities for their next meal. He documented the plight of homeless people, some of whom don’t have a safe place for their children to sleep. Underpinning this he highlighted how successive governments eroded the healthcare system and undermined the social security safety net. In this context, we welcome the government’s commitment to food vouchers for children who get free school meals, and to keep schools open for frontline workers and vulnerable children.
Amnesty International and its partners have previously reported poor treatment of undocumented and irregular migrant people and their exclusion from services such as healthcare. This has been a feature of policy over successive governments and many years, whether by barring people from such services, making them unaffordable, or deterring their use by threat of being reported to immigration enforcement.
The pandemic intensifies the risks these measures present to many already vulnerable people and the wider public. It is vital that their impact is urgently assessed and mitigated to ensure individual and public health. There should be no barrier to health care at this time.
How we’re coming together
While we see the stories of incidents of racism – acts driven by fear and ignorance – we also see how communities come together to support one another, through individual and collective acts of kindness, whether looking out for elderly neighbours or mass applause to demonstrate their appreciation to health workers. We’re proud that Amnesty International groups and activists are playing their part, offering support to those most in need in their communities.
What must be done next
We welcome measures including mortgage relief and support for businesses – but have been concerned by the significant gaps and questions that remained, including for those that are renting their homes. We are therefore pleased that the Prime Minister has announced he will act to protect renters from eviction. However, there’s no commitment to supporting those working on precarious contracts, often without sick pay or safety net and this need to be urgently addressed. So, while there is much to be welcomed, there is clearly a lot more that needs to be done and it is now vital that the government give equal focus to supporting those most vulnerable.
The UK will survive the COVID-19 outbreak, not least thanks to the front-line services that put their lives on the line to deliver our right to health. But more than ever before, we need the government to do more to protect those who are already highly vulnerable, as well as those who may become so in the weeks and months ahead.
One might think that because everyone is staying home, the world would be a lot safer. NOT SO…
Since Tuesday, the Kansas City metro area has been under a stay-at-home order requiring residents to remain inside their homes unless they’re engaged in activities “essential to the health and safety” of themselves, family members or friends.
With most of the city staying put unless they need groceries, hardware or the like—you can’t even outfit your home office at Nebraska Furniture Mart anymore—many have wondered what’s going on with the city’s crime rate.
A lot of people have wondered about this—to the extent that the city’s police decided to make a statement about it via Twitter.Priority one calls are the more serious calls, while priority two are of lesser urgency.
A second percent drop in more serious calls to the police is “anecdotally” significant, though the police cautioned that they would have to dig a little deeper—perhaps looking at conditions like weather, major events in town and the like—to present a better analysis.
Still, it seems like good news: There is, at the very least, not a crime wave underway during this pandemic.
ROME—Police have been dispatched to the streets of Palermo, Sicily, to try to calm an increasingly anxious population under lockdown. Several stores in the area have reported widespread shoplifting, looting, and nightly break-ins. Guards now stand outside grocery stores after people started refusing to pay for groceries, taking what they needed in front of helpless store clerks too afraid of the spread of coronavirus to try to stop them.
Closed Facebook groups with thousands of members are calling for civil disobedience and riots in the streets. And to make matters worse, the Tirrenia CIN ferry company, responsible for getting crucial supplies from the mainland, has gone bankrupt.
Authorities warn that the Mafia—likely behind the unrest—will soon step in as an ostensible savior bringing the southern region back to order, offering loans and black market jobs to fill the vacuum created by a lack of state attention to anyone outside the coronavirus red zone in the north. In exchange La Cosa Nostra will have recruited a whole new army of civilians ready to help it exploit whatever rises from the pandemic ashes.
All this, and we aren’t even halfway through the fourth week of the lockdown, now extended until “at least Easter” with most authorities cautioning it will be more like June or later before life is anywhere close to what it once was.
As the novel coronavirus guts the northern regions of Italy, those in the south, where the cases are far fewer for now, have a different ailment: frustration and anger. People are missing their first paychecks just as rent and mortgage payments are due. Factories are closed, businesses are failing daily, and some 3.7 million people who work in the undocumented black economy are left out, unqualified for what little official help is on offer.
“We need to act fast, more than fast,” Palermo Mayor Leoluca Orlando told reporters this week. “Distress could turn into violence.”“Small and medium-sized enterprises are suffering from a devastating economic impact, here, right now. The Mafia is ready to intervene.”— Giuseppe Antoci of the Caponnetto Foundation for victims of Mafia attacks
Orlando worries that the Sicilian Mafia or Cosa Nostra is behind a series of those closed Facebook groups that call for unrest if the lockdown isn’t lifted in areas where the coronavirus risk appears to be less of a threat.
Every single province in Italy has hundreds of cases and several deaths, in fact, but a lack of aggressive testing has led to a false sense of security, implying that COVID-19 isn’t much of a problem south of Rome. In Italy’s southern regions, known as the mezzogiorno, infrastructure is weak, long pillaged by rampant organized crime. If a new cluster develops anywhere in the South, the potential human costs are almost unimaginable. If hospitals couldn’t handle COVID-19 in the industrious, wealthy north, there is little hope for the rest of the country.
The idea that the Mafia is fanning the flames of unrest so it can swoop in to appear to bring order has historical foundations. The Mafia in Sicily began exactly that way in the 19th century, offering an alternative to the state that appeared weak and unable to help the people. It took decades and massive loss of life to beat it back, but the pandemic will almost surely give it new life, says Giuseppe Antoci, president of the Caponnetto Foundation for victims of Mafia attacks.
“In this difficult moment in which many families and entrepreneurs are in great difficulty, in a moment in which small and medium-sized enterprises are suffering from a devastating economic impact, here, right now, the Mafia is ready to intervene,” Antoci told The Daily Beast in a statement. “They are ready to insert their liquidity, ready to offer it through usury to those who will then be strangled and enslaved by it, or, simply, offer it to those who will then be hired in the various organizations.”“Unrest in Sicily and the southern regions will very likely be as contagious as the coronavirus, and will spread north.”
Palermo Mayor Orlando says the city is not equipped to impose order if citizens take to the streets to protest the lockdown. “The situation is very heavy. Because behind the threats of unrest echoed via social networks is a den of Mafia jackals ready to exploit the desperation of the new poor from coronavirus,” Orlando said. “We cannot underestimate the risk of an alliance cemented by despair. In the North the risk is speculative, but here, where there is greater poverty, the danger is that desperate subjects may fall into the hands of criminals, Mafia members.”
Unrest in Sicily and the southern regions will very likely be as contagious as the coronavirus, and will spread north. Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte announced a stimulus package that includes €400 million for mayors to convert to vouchers for groceries for those whose jobs have been lost during the lockdown. Southern mayors say that money offered is part of a pre-existing solidarity package that has nothing to do with the coronavirus and that communities are on the verge of financial collapse.
Think about it… If you and your loved ones are sheltering in place, and the medical staff and emergency staff are already overwhelmed… what do you think happens when a family member dies? That is bad enough to imagine when you are voluntarily sheltering in place, what about when you are barricaded in your homes, as we saw happen in China?
In Palermo, to make sure the money isn’t extorted or otherwise stolen, authorities are not giving the cash to those whose financial situations have been compromised by the lockdown. “We’re giving shopping packages with pasta, bread, milk and sugar,” Orlando says. “They go to the old poor and the new poor who are the bed and breakfast owners, the travel agency collaborators, the gym instructors, and all the people with atypical jobs who cannot access employee social safety nets.”
And he says that soon those people will be in every single province in the entire country. “This isn’t about the South, it’s about the whole country,” Orlando says. “Because the social unrest that is erupting in the South will also explode in the North.”
Feb 10, 2020 … … clusters in China is raising speculation of China burning piles of bodies. … the actual severity of the Wuhan coronavirus outbreak is piling up.
Jan 24, 2020 … Disturbing new video shows dead bodies piling up in a hospital in Wuhan, China, as the coronavirus outbreak continues to spiral out of control.
6 days ago … New York in crisis: The head of the state’s funeral directors association said the Big Apple could soon see dead bodies piling up, as morgues and .
3 days ago … COVID-19: Ecuador struggles to bury the dead as bodies pile up. Anger and frustration in Ecuador where families face unusual challenges as …
Mar 12, 2020 … … the director of the Behesht-e Masoumeh morgue in Qom, told state-run television at the time that there was now a “pile up” of bodies at the …
Jan 24, 2020 … Nurses and others are seen stepping around the bodies, which are covered by white sheets, in a corridor packed with people apparently infected …
Mar 19, 2020 … Coffins pile up and corpses are sealed off in homes as Bergamo’s … The army intervenes to move bodies from the main cemetery in Bergamo.
Mar 6, 2020 … Under Islamic tradition in Iran, corpses are typically washed with soap and water before burial. But two medical workers in Qom told CNN that in …
Mar 24, 2020 … Soldiers have found dead or dying residents in multiple abandoned care homes in Spain, revealed the country’s defence minister. The Spanish …
Jan 7, 2020 … Relatives of the missing often face lengthy waits for any information, with unidentified bodies piling up in morgues.
2 days ago … There are the new dead. And then there are the bodies waiting in overcrowded mortuaries to be buried as cities struggle to meet demand and
Having looked at the timelines in China, Italy, Spain and now in the UK, it’s clear the science/medical advice to governments etc is not evidence based with the (so called) advice just to pacify a panicking public’s demand for guidance and action.
Here is why: the model the medical advice is based on – which is secondary school year 1 biology stuff – to explain how rapidly cell division takes place, bears no relation to a real virus. Yes, everyone knows that a cell divides itself into two. The two cells divide again into four, the four divide into eight, eight into 16 etc.
Great at giving young students an idea of the curve of cell division but nothing at all to do with how viruses work in the affected organism. Coronavirus (others are available) can take between one and 14 days to show the symptoms, so a person who displays the symptoms within 24 hours may indeed only pass it on to two others before self isolating or not as the case may be, but the people who take longer will pass it on to many, many more.
One hypothesis on this suggests a person who takes 12 – 14 days to show the symptoms and who is making repeated visits to their supermarket for toilet roll due to panic buying, could pass on the virus to as many as 100 other people.
Also there are people out there who will carry and pass on the virus but who will not develop any symptoms and without proper testing will go unnoticed and therefore uncounted.
So calculating or predictions (total guesswork) on the spread of the virus based on one person infecting two and so on is utterly incorrect and borders on professional misconduct.
Lockdown or containment in China, Italy, Spain, France and almost here in the UK, has and is making a bad situation worse and hasn’t slowed down the pace of it
Lockdown or containment can only have an effect if it’s introduced early, as in when the first half a dozen people are tested positive. Even then if they have been to work, on a bus or train to another town it’s most likely to be too late.
All the lockdowns so far were implemented weeks too late to have any impact on the speed of spread of the virus, due to the high numbers of already infected people or carriers dispersing through their countries or abroad.
Because they have all been too late in their introduction, not one country, city or village around the world has seen a slowing of the rapidity of the virus.
However the combined effects of the global lockdowns will have a far greater and devastating effect than the virus itself, as lockdowns will now cause the greatest global economic depression and mass unemployment the world has ever seen, making the global financial crash in 2008 completely insignificant.
MY FINAL THOUGHTS ON THIS WHOLE THING
This virus is dehumanizing mankind even further than we have already come. People are unable to render aid to their sick and dying loved ones, Unable to meet together with family and friends for comfort and encouragement. No gentle kisses or tender hugs to help us get through these perilous times. When our loved ones die, they die alone, their bodies are often forgotten or mistreated as their loved ones anxiously await news of their condition. There can be no family burials, in fact there will likely be no burial at all as the mortuaries and cemetaries are overflowing. And when this is all over, what will we have become??
We are looking at moving into the world the globalists have planned, where animals have the roam of the earth and people are locked op in little 200 square foot boxcar apartments stacked to the sky and travel on foot or via bicycle. Cut off from our families and friends because there is no more travel by automobile, airplane or train. We will be getting our work and our entertainment pumped to our brain via AI. Our every move, every deed, every thought will be monitored and even forecast ahead of time. WE will have no money but what the powers that be alot to us, based on our level of submission to the state. Our health will not only be monitored but controlled by our overlords and they will take our freedom from us when and how ever they choose.