Pictured: average high school corridor in the near future.
“What happens if a vaccine never comes?” is not the right question to ask.
The right question to ask is why are experts, the media, and governments still treating this virus as a threat when it is clear that it’s just like the flu?
Nevertheless, the following offers a glimpse into the future that Bill Gates and coronavirus “experts” are envisioning.
As countries lie frozen in lockdown and billions of people lose their livelihoods, public figures are teasing a breakthrough that would mark the end of the crippling coronavirus pandemic: a vaccine.
But there is another, worst-case possibility: that no vaccine is ever developed. In this outcome, the public’s hopes are repeatedly raised and then dashed, as various proposed solutions fall before the final hurdle.
Instead of wiping out Covid-19, societies may instead learn to live with it. Cities would slowly open and some freedoms will be returned, but on a short leash, if experts’ recommendations are followed. Testing and physical tracing will become part of our lives in the short term, but in many countries, an abrupt instruction to self-isolate could come at any time. Treatments may be developed — but outbreaks of the disease could still occur each year, and the global death toll would continue to tick upwards.
It’s a path rarely publicly countenanced by politicians, who are speaking optimistically about human trials already underway to find a vaccine. But the possibility is taken very seriously by many experts — because it’s happened before. Several times.
“There are some viruses that we still do not have vaccines against,” says Dr. David Nabarro, a professor of global health at Imperial College London, who also serves as a special envoy to the World Health Organization on Covid-19. “We can’t make an absolute assumption that a vaccine will appear at all, or if it does appear, whether it will pass all the tests of efficacy and safety.
“It’s absolutely essential that all societies everywhere get themselves into a position where they are able to defend against the coronavirus as a constant threat, and to be able to go about social life and economic activity with the virus in our midst,” Nabarro tells CNN.
The lockdowns were initially meant to slow the spreading in order to prevent hospitals from being overwhelmed and to allow them to treat all cases. They would “save lives” only insofar as they would allow everyone to be treated.
Now everyone in the media appears to have forgotten that, and the lockdown is portrayed as though it was always done with the purpose of keeping people away from the virus until there’s a vaccine for it.
It is an insane proposition that must be challenged every time it is presented.
The virus is as dangerous as the flu, and you can see that hospitals are not overwhelmed because nurses and doctors are dancing all day. Even in countries with no lockdown, such as Sweden, hospitals are still able to function properly.
If a vaccine can’t be produced, life will not remain as it is now. It just might not go back to normal quickly.
“The lockdown is not sustainable economically, and possibly not politically,” says Neal. “So we need other things to control it.”
That means that, as countries start to creep out of their paralyses, experts would push governments to implement an awkward new way of living and interacting to buy the world time in the months, years or decades until Covid-19 can be eliminated by a vaccine.
In the short term, Nabarro says a vast program of testing and contact tracing would need to be implemented to allow life to function alongside Covid-19 — one which dwarfs any such program ever established to fight an outbreak, and which remains some time away in major countries like the US and the UK.
“Absolutely critical is going to be having a public health system in place that includes contact tracing, diagnosis in the workplace, monitoring for syndromic surveillance, early communication on whether we have to re-implement social distancing,” adds Hotez. “It’s doable, but it’s complicated and we really haven’t done it before.”
Those systems could allow for some social interactions to return. “If there’s minimal transmission, it may indeed be possible to open things up for sporting events” and other large gatherings, says Hotez — but such a move would not be permanent and would continually be assessed by governments and public health bodies.
Restrictions are most likely to come back over the winter, with Hotez suggesting that Covid-19 peaks could occur every winter until a vaccine is introduced.
And lockdowns, many of which are in the process of gradually being lifted, could return at any moment. “From time to time there will be outbreaks, movement will be restricted — and that may apply to parts of a country, or it may even apply to a whole country,” Nabarro says.
There you have it. All of the things we’ve been talking about in the Daily Stormer.
- Mass surveillance
- Tracking people everywhere, all of the time
- Knowing everyone anyone comes into contact with
- The ability to order people into lockdown at any time
- To be able to do anything to people using the excuse of “saving lives” and “keeping people safe”
It’s all there.
They’re saying it.
You have no rights anymore.
You are living in the corpse of a civilization now, and we will not be free until it rots enough that we can tear through the flesh.