kind of. the canadian kike bioweapon that was shipped to china and unleashed is real and its dangerous, but compare symptoms people had in china and early deaths in cities compared to what it is now. night and day.
the most obvious example is we went from DRY PAINFUL COUGH with a long asymptomatic incubation period being the main identifiers. now they say wet productive cough with loss of smell, and no asymptomatic incubation period. doesnt sound like the same disease, does it?
but the tests we have are literally 50% accurate random results so we've found some new seasonal bug to call "covid" even though it shares none of the symptoms. but we correlated positive tests results with people that were sick because anyone "sick" were getting the coin flip covid test.
as someone who knows many dead people from it including family, coworkers, and family of coworkers, i dont think what they had is even around anymore, because what they had was suffering. yet people i talk to at my job that were recently quarantined for "covid" are just home with fever, chills, and a loss of smell.
the truth of the matter is we will never know if the real deal is still around because there isnt an ounce of honesty in the entire medical, news, or scientific community.
**and if you dont live in a major city, chances are the real covid never made it anywhere near you and wearing a mask is just retardation**>>302050
fun theory, but i've worked on security cameras in city's systems. shit such as shotspotter and all that. the cameras cant detect people because theyre shitty even if they upgraded the software to the stuff that can track people ,they dont because the hardware isnt up to spec for it to matter. it'd be like upgrading your 13" black and white tube tv to an 8k signal.
the idea of them being able to work accurately with masks is hilarious. we cant even get them to properly identify license plates. humans have to inspect them frame by frame and snap images and even then many times they cant tell the difference between many letters. they can even use other cameras to try to paint a better piece of the picture, but even then we have to manually pull hours of footage and manually sift through it. i work on the IT end, but i often work with police officers on hit and run cases trying to get what theyre looking for.
china and some other countries or smaller cities may have better cameras, but my experience is all on east coast burgerland.