by Jon Rappoport
March 1, 2016
(To read about Jon’s mega-collection, Power Outside The Matrix, click here.)
My readers know I’ve taken apart the ridiculous hoax called the Zika virus. This hoax isn’t limited to Zika.
So I thought I’d lay out the pattern the media use time after time, with these “epidemics.”
One: An outbreak is announced.
Two: Early on, a virus is named as the cause. H1N1. The coronavirus. Zika.
Three: The press uses statements like these: “The (virus) infection
is spreading.” “New cases have been found.” “Transmission by sex is
confirmed.” “Highly contagious.” “The World Health Organization has
declared a state of emergency.” “A traveler from X, arriving at Y, was
found to be infected.” “Carriers of the virus.”
These statements are meant to induce fear. They present a picture of
motion and invasion. The virus goes from country A to country B. It’s
on the march.
Four: Here is another set of statements the press promotes:READ MORE
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