One of the ramifications of restricting the movements and activities of healthy people is an economic breakdown and all that entails. It’s basic Social Economy 101 for simpletons. Only deliberate dark triads like Bill Gates and his posse would equate such tyranny to a quarantine to protect the more vulnerable.
The following meme is the litmus test. We must now assume anybody proposing further restricting the movements of healthy people to be members of the New Underworld Order Crime Syndicate or their stooges, and enemies of the people. This must be said for anyone not speaking out against the $6 trillion stimulus hara-kiri heist, as described and properly defined in Winter Watch posts and recent podcasts.
One sign of a Soviet-style collapse for the America version 2.0 phase will be never-ending shortages of masks, ventilators and dapper cadaver dummies.
The next stage will be further restrictions slowing or halting output and the movement of goods. As the hysteria intensifies during the phony “tsunami phase,” workers may fear illness or refuse to work. For more and more goods, it is now taking longer for deliveries, or they won’t deliver many items at all.
Confirming the Bolshevik America hunger phase, there’s a report from Reuters:
The milk supply chain has seen a host of disruptions that are preventing dairy farmers from getting their products to market.
Mass closures of restaurants and schools have forced a sudden shift from those wholesale food-service markets to retail grocery stores, creating logistical and packaging nightmares for plants processing milk, butter and cheese. Trucking companies that haul dairy products are scrambling to get enough drivers as some who fear the virus have stopped working. And sales to major dairy export markets have dried up as the food-service sector largely shuts down globally.
Added to the poor testing for COVID-19 comes late-in-the-day clarification from the criminals running this operation in terms of how they define a death by Covid-19. It opens the way for reporting abuse and fraud on a grand scale.
The official @CDCgov guidance for coding COVID-related deaths is as follows: any death where the disease “caused or is assumed to have caused or contributed to death.” Confirmed lab tests are not required.
And whodathunk, pneumonia cases this season are way down.
It’s telling and unfortunate that the Crime Syndicate has played the Alinskyite class card, but this in fact is what has happened. The remaining not-accounted-for percentage reflects people not in work force.
Those who have no job to return to after the “quarantine” by socioeconomic group: Lower 56%, Lower middle 41%, Middle 29%, Upper middle 22%, Upper 25%.
Holy shit, watch this job loss graph for the USA 🇺🇸 pic.twitter.com/pLurlZwWbe
— Seeby (@seeby) April 3, 2020
Separately, in the real world and away from Lugenpresse theatrics, Torchy offers up some of her observations around town today. We encourage readers to share theirs in the comments section below.
Torchy in Soviet America
These were my comment to friends in an email, but I guess Russ thinks they’re shareworthy.
So when everything suddenly shutdown here in northern California on March 16, I was lacking a few key things that I ended up having to purchase via Amazon. I’ve since received emails informing me that my items won’t delivered until sometime between the end of May and early June. And I don’t think my delivery issue is unique. I haven’t seen courier trucks in my neighborhood lately. Normally, I see at least one or two a day.
My husband have been trying to get out and take walks so we don’t atrophy. It’s incredible how quickly a sedentary lifestyle can affect one’s health when over the age of 40. Up until a few days ago, we would see others out on walks around our local neighborhood park, including couples, families and people with their pets. Today, on a Saturday afternoon, there was almost no one. And during the latter part of our walk, we were ominously followed for quite some time and uncomfortably close by a police SUV.
At the market and Costco tonight, shelves were still bare/sparsely filled. There were no sales or specials, and I noticed the prices on the goods I normally purchase had increased by about 25%. This was also reflected in my bill upon checkout — $215 at Costco instead of $150, $120 at Sprouts instead of $80.
There was no regular butter, little milk. Looks like eggs have finally been replenished. I’m told that in order to get bread, toilet paper or paper towels, one has to arrive at the market at 5 a.m., or right when the doors open at Costco. Of course, if too many people arrive at once — like right when the store opens to buy bread — you’ll be told to wait in a line outside because of social distancing mandates.
So I would call the phase we’re in, or moving into, the “Soviet America” phase, because it reminds me of the sudden collapse of the Soviet Union and the subsequent bread lines, shuttered businesses, unemployment and hyper inflation.
What the Soviets didn’t have was the social isolation factor, which is psychologically cruel. Now, I better understand why residents of Wuhan screamed from their windows. Loneliness, and a sense of solidarity.
Yes, I suspect I will soon be screaming from my window. But I won’t be shouting “keeping it up, California!”