Anybody who follows my work knows that I speak often of the Wuflu ruse, particularly as it relates to Africa (and India).
In August of this year I wrote:
Fact: India has 31 million cases of Wuflu, versus cases in the US with 34+ million. These numbers don’t jibe, as India has almost 5X the population of the US. Next, India has fewer than 500,000 deaths, again with almost 5X the population of the US.
Fact: Africa has less than one-fifth (<7 million) the cases of Wuflu with a population almost 5X that of the US. Further, Africa has fewer than 200,000 deaths, again with almost 5X the population of the US.
Only 1.39 percent of Africa’s population has the full Wuflu vaccine. And those vaccinated are almost exclusively in 5 countries.
What do India and Africa have in common? They don’t have the money to steal from their people.
Add to this the fact that politicians in America said that Black people die in greater numbers than other nationalities, and you can clearly see the blatant lies.
Yes, lies. And news from Africa reinforces what I said back in August.
According to the Associated Press, scientists are “mystified” by what’s happening in Zimbabwe as it relates to Wuflu.
A nation with a population of 14.8 million people and a vaccination rate of less than 6 percent recorded a total of 33 COVID deaths.
Now one of my friends who is a world-renown economist argued that Africa doesn’t keep good statistics, implying that most Third World countries aren’t as diligent as the U.S. for example.
While this may be true, one can’t help but note the common sense of things. Like a comparison to Ebola. Because you can bet that Africans would be concerned if there were an Ebola outbreak.
However, the AP interviewed a number of people who were shopping in a township outside Harare, almost none of whom were wearing masks. So Zimbabweans don’t seem very afraid of the dreaded Wuflu or any of its cousins, ergo Delta, Lambda, or Mu.
The article references one man who declared that the virus was “gone”. He then asked the reporter, “when did you last hear of anyone who has died of COVID-19?”
In the spirit of the WHO and other Fraudcian ruses, the man that he carries a mask in his pocket because the police demand bribes from people without masks or they are threatened with arrest. Still he declared that he rarely puts it on.
I laugh at the idea that doctors are stumped. The hardcore doctors who propagate w-Wuflu nonsense pretend to be perplexed about the obvious. Wuflu is a scam.
Doctors have a few theories they are tossing around, though many are simply stumped. But I bet some of us who aren’t medical professionals could make a guess.
When the coronavirus first emerged last year, health officials feared the pandemic would sweep across Africa, killing millions. Although it’s still unclear what COVID-19’s ultimate toll will be, that catastrophic scenario has yet to materialize in Zimbabwe or much of the continent.
Scientists emphasize that obtaining accurate COVID-19 data, particularly in African countries with patchy surveillance, is extremely difficult, and warn that declining coronavirus trends could easily be reversed.
But there is something “mysterious” going on in Africa that is puzzling scientists, said Wafaa El-Sadr, chair of global health at Columbia University. “Africa doesn’t have the vaccines and the resources to fight COVID-19 that they have in Europe and the U.S., but somehow they seem to be doing better,” she said.
Evaluating medical “experts” in the AP article, you get a general idea surrounding this revelation that Africa is practically Wuflu-death-free, except for South Africa. Get it?
The country with the most money has the most Wuflu. But the experts say that of all the African countries, South Africa is “civilized” and therefore reporting real stats. The other countries are not.
The second theory reminds me of Jimmy the Greek speaking of the “big buck slave”. Thus, some scientists wonder if African people are more hearty than their non-African counterparts. However, that theory flies in the face of American scientists pushing the notion that Blacks in America are more likely to die from Wuflu. Perhaps “African-Americans” are as hearty as their Motherland counterparts?
I’d love to see that racial debate in academia.
Finally, there is a third theory that suggests Africans, and in this case Zimbabweans are not in the demographic for Wuflu to kill them.
According to AP, the average age of people in Zimbabwe (for example) is roughly 20 because life expectancies are much lower. Ergo, younger people are less likely to die from the disease. Research that for yourself, though I have trouble believing this.
Regardless of the excuse, there are some things missed. For example, Africans could have already contracted the disease and have the antibodies. This would have created herd immunity, something Fauci the Fraud and others in the U.S. and elsewhere avoid discussing.
In truth, Africa is what the entire world would look like if elitists and bureaucrats had not weaponized this scamdemic for the largest money-grab in history.