December 7, 1941 – Japan launched a sneak attack on the U.S. Pacific Fleet’s base at Pearl Harbor in Hawaii, as part of a plan to eliminate any potential challenge to Japanese conquests in Asia. The attack compelled the United States to enter World War II as a combatant, and to wage a costly, bloody struggle to defeat the Japanese empire.
September 11, 2001 – Airline hijackings and suicide attacks committed militants associated with the Islamic extremist group al-Qaeda against targets in the United States, the deadliest terrorist attacks on American soil in U.S. history.
December 12, 2019 – A group of patients in China’s Hubei Province, in the city of Wuhan, begin to experience the symptoms of an atypical pneumonia-like illness that does not respond well to standard treatments. The beginning of the Corona Virus.
These are dates we will never forget because of the impact they caused to our country and to us personally.
December 12th stands out among these dates because it affected every person and every country in the world. The economy was failing and we couldn’t do anything about it. Our world was upside down!
According to Statista.com, the United States had 16.9 million people unemployed in July, 2022. 9.6 million (57 percent) were unable to work because their employer closed or lost business due to the pandemic.
Healthcare workers including doctors, Federal employees, teachers and military were among those who wouldn’t take “the jab” and were let go.
Some states went to the extreme not letting people go to their church. Weddings were postponed, as was the Summer Olympics. Concerts were cancelled, Broadway was shut down, cruise ships were docked, schools were closed, and hospitals were filled to capacity. Restaurants in several states were closed indefinitely.
We were told that the corona virus was rampant and could be transferred from anything we touched if it was touched by someone who was infected with the virus.
We were advised to wash our food before refrigerating it, remove clothes before entering the house if you were in a crowd, use social distancing, wear a mask and get vaccinated and boostered and wash your hands constantly. The vaccine was suppose to protect us from getting the virus, but after so many people who were vaccinated got Covid-19, it was determined that, if vaccinated, the case would be mild. At every turn the American people were told to get vaccinated while Pfizer, one of the manufacturers of the vaccine, made record-breaking revenues of more than $100 billion for 2022,
Every news broadcast let us know the daily numbers of deaths in each state. The more tragic cases were exploited, most likely for ratings.
Many people started businesses out of necessity. One of the more popular cottage industries that popped up was making cloth mask. They were available in kids and adult sized, different colors and patterns, some decorated with jewels and some custom to match high-end fashions.
Hand sanitizer sales went through the roof. as well as disinfecting wipes. The shelves emptied out quickly and constantly.
We were then told cloth masks didn’t offer enough protection against covid-19 and hand sanitizers were very drying to the skin.
Paper masks were then the required protection. Whenever I entered a hospital or doctor’s office, I had to get my temperature taken, sometimes my hands were wiped, and questions were asked. I won’t reiterate the questions because many of us have been through the exercise.
Fast forward to 2023. In retrospect, were we told the truth about the pandemic? Were we used as experiments by the powers at be, i.e. the Federal and state governments and the World Health Organization?
Joe Biden announced on Jan. 30, 2023, that he intends to end both the national emergency and the public health emergency declarations related to COVID-19 on May 11, 2023.
Biden’s announcement came on the same day that the World Health Organization said it still considers the COVID-19 pandemic to be a public health emergency of international concern, or PHEIC, a status that is reassessed every three months.
The WHO’s advisory committee noted that although the pandemic is at a turning point, “COVID-19 remains a dangerous infectious disease with the capacity to cause substantial damage to health and health systems.” TheConversation.com
Are we done with this pandemic? True to form, the information given to the American people about the pandemic is dependent on who gets to the media first and who you want to believe.
Will we every know the real truth about Covid-19?