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Playing hide-and-seek with the flu
Did the flu disappear or was it hiding?
We know the flu virtually disappeared globally after spring 2020 and in 2021 don’t we? Here’s the BBC confirming it. It was ‘out competed’ by SARS-Cov2 and then it came back with a vengeance.
We are told this is a fact.
But what if the central underpinning ‘fact’ here is wrong and, like a child hiding behind a curtain during a game of hide and seek who forgets their feet are visible, the flu didn’t actually disappear at all but was just poorly hidden. Or we didn’t try hard enough to find it and didn’t spot the kids feet poking out from underneath the curtain.
Some have tried hard to find it. Eugyppius had a good look at German data and couldn’t.
So, it wasn’t hiding in Germany. If not there, then where?
Well, it is actually very easy to find out what countries experienced flu and which didn’t from the WHO itself, by accessing the Influenza Laboratory Surveillance Information database. This gives a list of hiding places - coded as countries - that you an easily look up.
Was it hiding in France in 2020 and 2021?
How about Finland?
Not there either.
Let’s now switch to some far-flung places that it might choose to hide.
Is it hiding in India?
No. It’s not hiding in India.
What about Nepal?
No, it is not hiding in Nepal.
What about Pakistan?
Hmmm. Looks like we can spot some feet sticking out from beneath the curtain here.
How about Bangladesh?
What about Afghanistan?
Odd that. Flu in Afghanistan. Maybe that’s what drove the NATO ‘peace’ keepers out.
So, India and Nepal have no flu but three neighbouring counties report cases beyond spring 2020 and into 2021. But how could the flu only spread within these countries and not cross the border into the immediate neighbours? Is it a religious thing - does covid only drive out flu in non predominately Muslim countries in the Himalayan region?
Let’s look further afield to see if flu is hiding elsewhere.
How about the Caribbean? Here’s Haiti:
Yup, there’s flu there.
And Haiti is on an island, and it shares this island with the Dominican Republic. Maybe there is flu in the Dominican Republic too?
No flu there.
Just to confirm the situation here’s a map of these two countries.
So, here we have two neighbouring countries separated from the rest of the world, sharing the same island but where the flu virus doesn’t circulate on one side of the border but does on the other. And what is even odder it appears to be happy spreading in the predominantly Muslim countries neighbouring India but not in India itself, or neighbouring Nepal.
This is all very odd. It appears the flu was considered gone, but only because no one was doing much seeking, and assumed, because they couldn’t find it, it must have disappeared. But anyone spending 20 mins searching the online WHO flu database will find the flu’s ‘shoes poking out beneath the curtain’.
Either that or all we really need to prevent circulation of these pesky viruses is to do the opposite of what the globalists want. Every household simply needs to install its own international border post and sing a self-composed national anthem. Obvious really - if borders can stop the flu, they should have stopped covid.
There is one other country I found flu hiding in - see if you can find it.