- Why testing is the real trap – Part 1
- Why testing is the real trap – Part 6
- Why testing is the real trap – Part 7
- Why testing is the real trap – Part 4
- Why testing is the real trap – Part 3
- Why testing is the real trap – Part 5
- Why testing is the real trap – Part 8
- Why testing is the real trap – Part 2
- Why testing is the real trap – Part 9
- Why testing is the real trap – Part 10 – Finale
COVID Testing is building for the next pandemic
COVID-19 is not the real ‘threat,’ just a preliminary ‘threat’ to move forward the public health infrastructure.
As Gates notes, once past COVID-19 it will be time to “turn our attention to how to prevent and contain the next one.”1https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/2020/04/23/bill-gates-here-are-innovations-we-need-reopen-economy/
Already you see public health messaging that cancer is a bigger threat than COVID-19 and discussions of widespread cancer “testing” and vaccines.
And Gates writes: We don’t know when the next one will strike, or whether it will be a flu, a coronavirus, or some new disease we’ve never seen before. As scary as it is to imagine, the next pandemic might even be the result of bioterrorism.2https://www.gatesnotes.com/2021-Annual-Letter
It does not matter what the alleged cause of the ‘enemy,’ it just matters the degree of public compliance with public health measures demanded to ‘protect them.’
The global testing infrastructure
And the first and most important compliance is with testing:
Says Gates, “By the next pandemic, I’m hopeful we’ll have what I call mega-diagnostic platforms, which could test as much as 20 percent of the global population every week.”3https://www.gatesnotes.com/2021-Annual-Letter
This is the global testing infrastructure that public health wants to build. When Bill Gates writes that he is hopeful, he means that he is working day and night to fund the implementation of this infrastructure. It’s now well underway.
Realize, however, that it makes no sense to build the infrastructure and then only test people once the “cat is out of the bag”, meaning the new threat has already started “spreading.” Rather the plan is that everyone will be tested every five weeks for COVID, for variants, for new virus and for other threats, to make sure the individual is identified and isolated.
This is what public health means with messaging such as ‘endemic COVID’ and ‘learning to live with COVID.’ On one hand it sounds like the threat to liberty is over, as if public health will no longer be a threat.
No the threat is not over. It is just an endemic state.
“Living with COVID” means that the COVID measures, particularly testing, will become part of the fabric of everyday life.