You’ve done a great amount of research and have laid out interesting and very possible (we will see) realistic scenarios.

It boggles my mind then that you still have your head in the sand regarding the pandemic. You call it a plague?

You would define a plague then I guess as a virus so deadly that 99.7% recover from? And that the cdc readily admitted just 5–6% of the deaths were Covid alone deaths — the remaining 94+% had multiple comorbidities.

Never in my lifetime has the media been so successful at shaping and shoving one particular narrative.

The virus is real, is bad for some, but for the majority under 65 it’s a bad flu or cold. In young people it goes unnoticed.

This shouldn’t be so difficult to grasp, esp after all the previously labeled conspiracies, that are now almost all proven to have been true.

The problems we have are legion, and you’ve listed them well. Let’s make sure truth isn’t added to that list.

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I was born in a small town in Calif. . just another latch-key kid obsessed with BMX and Tom Petty. Now I make films and write when I get curious.

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Alden Olmsted

Alden Olmsted

I was born in a small town in Calif. . just another latch-key kid obsessed with BMX and Tom Petty. Now I make films and write when I get curious.

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