You've got probable, suspected SARS COVID-19
but we can't really tell until yer dead
It may be the FLU but who knows?
there could be a MAD COW in your head

Put a mask on your face or stop breathing
and stay in your place for ten days
Don't sleep with your husband or your wife
and do absolutely everything WHO says

If yer ain't learnt by now who WHO is
or that WEST NILE started in a crow
and a mosquito that lands on your arm
could have bit one for all you know

Then you won't stay long in isolation
Forced quarantine will be next for you
But if you washed yer hands before eating
then you've probably just got FLU

~ by Jackie Jura, 2003 ~

~ updated March 2020 to include COVID-19 ~

CovidGuide  CovidRulesIsolate


HowToWearMask HowToWearMask
How to wear a reusable mask:

Wash your hands... ensure right side out... secure strings around ears..
ensure covers nose & chin... bend nose fitting... don't touch the mask...
wash your hands again... remove mask without touching front...
clean mask in washing machine... wash your hands again

MaskAttitude Attitudes toward mask wearing quickly changing in Canada & USA, CBC News, May 18, 2020
Wearing masks in public as protection against COVID-19 has undergone an "unprecedented' shift in just a matter of months, some social psychologists say. "Its astonishing - it's like a flip in a blink of an eye in terms of this change... In a two-week period in April, the proportion of Canadians wearing some sort of a protective mask in public rose from one-fifth to one-third... Not only are individuals opting to wear masks, a growing number of retailers are requiring or requesting shoppers wear a face covering in their stores... This increased demand for masks is in part likely the result of a number of health officials declaring the importance of wearing masks in public. In the USA and Canada, there were two key policy shifts. At the beginning of the pandemic, neither the USA-based Centers for Disease Control and Prevention nor Dr Theresa Tam, Canada's chief public health officer, had advocated the use of masks in public. But in early April, the CDC, followed by Tam days later, said that new studies on the subject prompted a shift in mask advice. The agency now recommends the use of face masks in public places where physical distancing is difficult to maintain. About 25 per cent of the population needs to engage in an activity in order for the majority of people to change their behaviour... And that creates the tipping point. So, you don't need everybody to do it, but you need enough people to do it so you sway it. As well, you need particular people doing that new behaviour. You really do need role models, whether that's celebrities or presidents, prime ministers, athletes, actors - you need people who are sort of trend setters, social influencers, but at a broader level". A significant key in changing behaviour is having people seeing everyone else doing it.

MaskWarning People have false sense of security when wearing masks, CBC News, May 10, 2020
...The use of masks is being strongly recommended by the government when physical distancing cannot be maintained... Some exceptions include children under two and people who can't wear a mask because of breathing troubles... But an infection control epidemiologist says wearing a mask can be dangerous. That is if the wrong mask is worn, it's worn incorrectly or people have incorrect expectations when wearing it. "The worst one is wearing one for too long because masks can collect bacteria and other viruses. He wonders why this information isn't being shared when there is evidence about it... Health-care workers in the UK who wore cloth masks all day while working were 13 times more likely to get a respiratory illness when compared to the standard practice of only wearing a mask when necessary... Breathing on a mask creates all this wonderful space for bacteria to multiply, and once they get to a certain quantity you start inhaling them... Drug-resistant bacteria could be worse than COVID-19 for some people"... He has concerns about reckless use of masks... "Many think wearing a mask makes the most sense to stay safe, but it's not. It's counterintuitive and that can be harmful for people... People should never wear masks outside or in the car... Canada's top doctor says non-medical masks can help stop the spread of COVID-19...

How to create fake pandemic when there isn't any
(you need to own some mainstream media)
Fetzer, Apr 12, 2020
16.Ministry of Truth & 25.Prolefeed

Skydiver who forgot parachute dies from coronavirus

WashHandsBeatles ScaredyPants
Wondering why people are hoarding toilet paper?
(cus when they hear a cough they crap their pants)
YouTubes, Mar 29, 2020
& 4.Old World Destruction & 15.Life in Oceania

CoronaVirus WashCoughTouch
(you've got probable suspected SARS COVID)
Mar 29, 2020
14.Scientific Experimentation

If you want a picture of the future
imagine boot stamping on human face - for ever
Book1984face BootFacePg230
42.Big Brother Tells Why

CovidVaccine CovidDrug Coronavirus: How close are we to a vaccine or drug? BBC, Mar 29, 2020
Coronavirus is spreading around the world, but there are still no drugs that can kill the virus or vaccines that can protect against it... Vaccines prevent infections and the best way of doing that at the moment is good hygiene. If you are infected by coronavirus, then for most people it would be mild and can be treated at home with bed-rest, paracetamol and plenty of fluids. Some patients may develop more severe disease and need hospital treatment...

CovidCopsHelicopter CovidCops1984 Four fined after Scottish police capture group not social distancing on helicopter camera, The Scotsman, Mar 27, 2020
The group were seen by a police helicopter in Pollock Park, Glasgow, and were confronted by officers. Each person has been fined for drinking in public. A day later and the group could have been penalised for breaching social distancing regulations, which were not yet in force. The Scottish Government announced this week that no more than two people can gather together in public amid the coronavirus outbreak. Other lockdown measures include only leaving the house for essentials such as food or medicine and for one form of exercise a day. Following the incident officers posted on their Twitter page: "Four persons were issued with ASB tickets at Pollok Park, Glasgow this afternoon. Our message is clear: Stay at home." A police spokesman said officers were alerted to the group by the Air Support Unit due to public seen "not abiding Government guidance regarding social distancing or gatherings of more than two people". First Minister Nicola Sturgeon announced this week that Scots can be issued a fine "on the spot" for failing to follow these. Those seen breaking the rules can be fined 60-pounds, although this can reduce to 30-pounds if paid within the first 14 days. The regulations, published by the Home Office on Thursday, are intended to give muscle to the government's efforts to enforce social distancing between people in efforts to prevent the spread of Covid-19 in the UK. Police across the UK are using more draconian measures for making sure the public do not break social distancing measures. Derbyshire Police have recently posted drone footage on their social media pages showing people not following recent regulations put in place to prevent further infection. A Derbyshire police spokesman said: "Despite posts highlighting issues of people still visiting the Peak District despite government guidance, the message is still not getting through. The Derbyshire Constabulary Drone Unit has been out at beauty spots across the county. "Some number plates were coming back to keepers in Sheffield, so we know that people are travelling to visit these areas. Daily exercise should be taken locally to your home. Under government guidance all travel is limited to essential travel only". Since footage has been posted on social media, twitter users have shown divided opinions on police using drones and helicopters as a way of monitoring social distancing across the country. One commenter said it is "a small step away from George Orwell's 1984" - in reference to the famous dystopian novel, which features round-the-clock government surveillance. While others showed their support encouraging police to capture "number plates" on camera and to "send those breaking the rules a nice 1000-pound fine".

CovidMicroscope The novel coronavirus, which causes COVID-19, is shown isolated from a patient in the USA. The Defence Advanced Research Projects Agency is working to create a "firebreak" therapy, which tricks the body into guarding against the virus for up to six months... The cutting-edge research may protect us from COVID-19 until vaccine is discovered..., National Post, March 20, 2020

SARS taught WHO prepare EBOLA
EbolaLearnSarsPic EbolaSarsNews
Experimental Ebola vaccine tested on humans
Vaccine Beast 2 EbolaVaccineTrial ChinaWhoHead
WHO/BigPharma fast-track Ebola injections
EbolaSuitUp EbolaHorror EbolaStayCalm
WHO head Chan says Ebola worst epidemic
News, Oct 16, 2014

Who Head CHINA BIRD-FLU DOC HEADS WHO (The World Health Organisation yesterday [2006] nominated China's Dr Margaret Chan, its top official on bird flu, as its new chief as it gears up for a feared flu pandemic and battles global scourges such as AIDS. WHO's executive board chose Dr Chan over four other candidates in a tight race to fill the post vacated by the death last May of Dr Lee Jong-wook...)

Fogging trucks hit the streets ("terrorism at its worst" spraying chemicals on people). CBC, Jul 15, 2005

Anti-fogging protesters arrested (gov't spraying malathion over city). Globe & Mail, Jul 21, 2004. Go to 14.Scientific Experimentation


McCartney's wife in WHO's ads (not about "who's on first"). BBC, Apr 8, 2004. Go to 2.Big Brother & 27.Goodthink &



Sars could bring curb on travel (contacts of victims refusing vaccination quarantined in hotels or residences). Guardian, Jan 12, 2004

Cattlemen say Mad Cow is no risk (hope common sense kicks in soon). Daily World, Dec 31, 2003. Go to 4.Old World Destruction

'Drugs don't work on many people' (says chief exec of drug making giant). BBC, Dec 9, 2003. Go to 14.Experimentation & 2.Big Brother



USA man has SARS says WHO (no proof-no link-no symptoms but Toronto back on no-go). TorontoStar, Jun 9, 2003


Fear & loathing in hospital (layers-gloves-masks-cap-disinfectant). Toronto Star, May 30, 2003







Odds against SARS (chances of being murdered or struck by lightning are better) National Post, Apr 24, 2003

14.Scientific Experimentation (...In the vast laboratories of the Ministry of Peace, and in the experimental stations hidden in the Brazilian forests, or in the Australian desert, or on lost islands of the Antarctic, the teams of experts are indefatigably at work. Some are concerned simply with planning the logistics of future wars; others devise larger and larger rocket bombs, more and more powerful explosives, and more and more impenetrable armour-plating; others search for new and deadlier gases, or for soluble poisons capable of being produced in such quantities as to destroy the vegetation of whole continents, or for breeds of disease germs immunized against all possible antibodies; others strive to produce a vehicle that shall bore its way under the soil like a submarine under the water, or an aeroplane as independent of its base as a sailing-ship; others explore even remoter possibilities such as focusing the sun's rays through lenses suspended thousands of kilometres away in space, or producing artificial earthquakes and tidal waves by tapping the heat at the earth's centre...

Jackie Jura
~ an independent researcher monitoring local, national and international events ~

email: orwelltoday@gmail.com
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