CoronaVirus v global economy


The word being put out throughout the world by the mass media is that the current stock market decline is due to the fears generating from the CoronaVirus that is moving across the globe. Don’t get me wrong, I do think you should wash your hands at least every hour to best protect yourself, but economies don’t shut down for something like this at this stage of the process.

When we peel back the curtain I believe that we will find that the viral strain that is killing approximately 2% of those who become infected is nothing like the “flu”. The “flu” or “common cold” comes around every year and has a kill ratio of approximately .1%. As of this posting there have been 83,809 cases report worldwide. Of those cases, there have been 2867 deaths. There are over 7 billion people on the planet. Alcohol, drugs, guns, cars, and cancer all have a higher kill rate that this virus.

However, we are being told by the main stream media that the global economic crisis that is beginning to show its face is due to the CoronaVirus?

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