COVID-19: The Global Crime In-Progress

I’m thinking (in process) of writing an article titled something like “Power Corrupts, WHO COVID-19 CENTCOM COG Corrupts Absolutely”. The more information comes to light, the more plainly evident it becomes; the crime of our lifetime is currently underway.

The current so-called ‘pandemic’ is now a proven fraud. Among the mounting evidence, yesterday’s episode of The HighWire with Del Bigtree proves conclusively that every significant COVID-19 related talking point currently asserted in and by the mainstream media is not just slightly inaccurate, but is entirely and provably false. These false claims have resulted in an unprecedented global economic collapse, skyrocketing record US unemployment claims, and an ongoing host of additional catastrophic aftershocks. Therefore, one must ask; why? Or perhaps the more pressing question is; cui bono?

If young people coughing or licking deodorant sticks at Walmart can be construed as acts of terrorism, then surely perpetrating a fraud of this magnitude should be considered an act of terrorism – and the perpetrators brought to justice, and held to account.

First and foremost, if you have not already done so, watch TRUMP VS FAUCI: BATTLE OF AGENDAS by The HighWire with Del Bigtree, and then share it far and wide, especially with those in elected positions, and other positions of government influence. Incidentally, Del Bigtree is the Emmy Award-winning former producer of the CBS series The Doctors, and executive producer of Vaxxed: From Cover-Up to Catastrophe.

Following are the latest, most significant developments as of Friday, March 27, 2020 in the unfolding crime against humanity.


The White House has even repeatedly spoken to the matter, with President Trump no longer using the term “Chinese virus”, while he and Secretary of State Pompeo are still going as far as using the term “Wuhan virus”.

The plot thickens when one reads Kevin Barry’s excellent 2018 article: Did a Military Experimental Vaccine in 1918 Kill 50-100 Million People Blamed as “Spanish Flu”? Drawing primarily from this study, which lists Anthony S. Fauci as one of three authors, Barry points out that, based on the Fauci co-authored study, in a review of 9,000 autopsies from the so-called Spanish Flu of 1918, bacterial pneumonia was conclusively proven to be the leading cause of death in almost every case (98.2%). Based on this and other evidence, Barry concludes:

One hundred years later, it’s long past time to drop “Spanish” from all discussion of this pandemic. If the flu started at a United States military base in Kansas, then the disease could and should be more aptly named.


If the origin of the pandemic involved a vaccine experiment on US soldiers, then the US may prefer calling it Spanish Flu instead of The Fort Riley Bacteria of 1918, or something similar. The Spanish Flu started at the location this experimental bacterial vaccine was given making it the prime suspect as the source of the bacterial infections which killed so many. [emphasis added]

Admittedly, this next point is speculative and conjectural, but considering the aforementioned, listen to the peculiar turn of phrase Secretary of State Pompeo chose on March 20, in responding specifically to the issue of ‘what China knew and when’ regarding the outbreak:

There’s been some discussion about China and what they knew and when they knew it. And I’ve been very critical. We need to know immediately. The world is entitled to know. The Chinese government was the first to know of this risk to the world. And that puts a special obligation to make sure that data – that data gets to our scientists, our professionals. This is not about retribution. This matters going forward. We’re in a – we’re in a live exercise here – to get this right. [emphasis added]

The Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security in partnership with the World Economic Forum and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation hosted Event 201, a high-level pandemic exercise on October 18, 2019, in New York, NY. The exercise illustrated areas where public/private partnerships will be necessary during the response to a severe pandemic in order to diminish large-scale economic and societal consequences.

Statement about nCoV and our pandemic exercise

In recent years, the world has seen a growing number of epidemic events, amounting to approximately 200 events annually. These events are increasing, and they are disruptive to health, economies, and society. Managing these events already strains global capacity, even absent a pandemic threat. Experts agree that it is only a matter of time before one of these epidemics becomes global—a pandemic with potentially catastrophic consequences. A severe pandemic, which becomes “Event 201,” would require reliable cooperation among several industries, national governments, and key international institutions.

During the Event 201 panel discussions, for instance in Segment 4: Communications Discussion and Epilogue the panel devoted considerable attention to ‘combatting disinformation / misinformation’, particularly by implementing a tactic they referred to as “flooding the zone”.5 They seemed paranoid, and unnaturally concerned about the prospect of anyone countering the ‘official narrative’ they sought to weave. This would prove foreboding. It’s also worth noting that the CIA and the NSC were represented at the event, most notably in the person of Avril Haines. The CIA is well known for it’s paranoia, and infamous exploits in misleading the world – especially the American people.6 CIA Director, William Casey7 put it best:

We’ll know our disinformation program is complete when everything the American public believes is false.

For those unacquainted, who doubt the veracity of the quote, let alone its precept, or who think this may have been an isolated incident, consider the words of Secretary of State and former CIA Director, Mike Pompeo:8

…in terms of how you think about problem sets, I – when I was a cadet, what’s the first – what’s the cadet motto at West Point? You will not lie, cheat, or steal, or tolerate those who do. I was the CIA director. We lied, we cheated, we stole. (Laughter.) It’s – it was like – we had entire training courses. (Applause.) It reminds you of the glory of the American experiment. [emphasis added]


This is the study which substance / content has been at the center of the talking points, from the White House, CDC, on down. You may recognize certain examples, like this, from the Summary:

We show that in the UK and US context, suppression will minimally require a combination of social distancing of the entire population, home isolation of cases and household quarantine of their family members. This may need to be supplemented by school and university closures, though it should be recognised that such closures may have negative impacts on health systems due to increased absenteeism. The major challenge of suppression is that this type of intensive intervention package – or something equivalently effective at reducing transmission – will need to be maintained until a vaccine becomes available (potentially 18 months or more) – given that we predict that transmission will quickly rebound if interventions are relaxed. We show that intermittent social distancing – triggered by trends in disease surveillance – may allow interventions to be relaxed temporarily in relative short time windows, but measures will need to be reintroduced if or when case numbers rebound. Last, while experience in China and now South Korea show that suppression is possible in the short term, it remains to be seen whether it is possible long-term, and whether the social and economic costs of the interventions adopted thus far can be reduced. [emphasis added]

Unsurprisingly, this sounds identical to the barrage of memetic talking points to which we’ve recently been subjected in and by the mainstream media. Even Bill Gates has repeatedly cited this study, and talking points therein, including in his 31 questions and answers about COVID-19 and during his latest TED Talk, Bill Gates: How we must respond to the COVID-19 pandemic. What is surprising, is the unilaterally deafening silence after Neil Ferguson “drastically downgraded [his] estimates”. Why isn’t the press – and William Henry Gates III – celebrating Neil Ferguson’s tremendously encouraging revisions?


In the article, Prestigiacomo cites Ferguson’s drastic reduction, and subsequent revised numbers and timeline, from his testimony at the UK Parliament Science and Technology Committee meeting the day before (3/25).

Neil Ferguson is self-described as:

Infectious disease modeller/epidemiologist. Director of J-IDEA and the MRC Centre for Global Infectious Disease Analysis

and (also) WHO SAGE (Scientific Advisory Group of Experts).

“My work informed and supports the recommendations of the WHO Scientific Advisory Group of Experts [SAGE] on Immunization on use of this vaccine.”

Professor Neil Ferguson – Imperial College London

Deborah Birx: Just as a summary of where it looks domestically, I won’t talk so much about the global issues at this time. We do have 19 out of our 50 states, to be reminded, that had early cases, but have persistently low level of cases, and at this point have less than 200 cases. So, that’s almost 40% of the country with extraordinarily low numbers, and they are testing. Some of our governors have been very adamant about their need for test kits. We have gotten them test kits. When we had Abbott add – about a week ago – to the test kits, we’ve been able to open up additional test kits for states that want to do surveillance, and want to do contact tracing. These 19 states are doing still active containment. They’re at 200 cases despite the fact they’ve been measuring them over the last three to four weeks. Still though, 55% of all cases, and 55% of all new cases continue out of the New York metro area; that’s the New Jersey part and New York part, in particular. I haven’t added in Connecticut or other counties at this point. We are concerned about certain counties that look like they are having a more rapid increase. When you look at Wayne County in Michigan, and Cook County in Chicago. So we have integrated all of our information to not only look at where the cases are today, but how they’re moving, so we can alert FEMA to where we think it next potential hot spot is. All of the counties that I’ve mentioned – the hotspots – are in urban areas, or in the communities that serve that urban area. And I think that’s something very important to remember as we move forward. Because of the innovations within our private sector, we continue to have these new platforms added for laboratory testing. And these become critical platforms for states that have very low rates, and very low rates needed to test. Why is that important? Some of these machines have wells and plastic plates that, in order to be effective, you have to put on about almost 96 samples. And others are made for 4 samples or 24 samples at a time. So what’s critical for us to be able to do, is to match the need to the county and state. And that’s the role that we can provide advice on, because we get to see across the whole country, and where those items are needed most. And so, this is allowing us to adapt and adopt, really, allocation of tests, or recommendations to state, of what piece of equipment they may need. Of the 550,000 tests: you can do the math, but we’re still running somewhere about 14% overall. That means 86% of the people with significant symptoms – because remember, you had to have a fever and symptoms to get tested at this point –** so, still 86% are negative.** These are really important facts for the American people. I’m sure many of you saw the recent report out of the UK, about them adjusting completely their needs. This is really quite important. If you remember, that was the report that said there would be 500,000 deaths in the UK, and 2.2 million deaths in the United States. They’ve adjusted that number in the UK to 20,000. So, half a million to 20,000. We’re looking into this in great detail to understand that adjustment. I’m going to say something that’s a little bit complicated, but I’m going to try to do it in a way that we can all understand it together. In the model, either you have to have a large group of people who are asymptomatic, who have never presented for any test, in order to have the kind of numbers that were predicted, to get to 60 million people infected or 6 million people infected. You have to have a large group of asymptomatics, because in no country to date have we seen an attack rate over 1 in 1,000. So either we’re only measuring the tip of the iceberg of the symptomatic cases, and underneath it are a large group of people. So we’re working very hard to get that antibody test, because that’s a good way to figure out who are all these people under here and do they exist. Or, we have the transmission completely wrong. So these are the things we’re looking at, because the predictions of the models don’t match the reality on the ground in either China, South Korea, or Italy. We are about five times the size of Italy. So if we were Italy and you did all those divisions, Italy should have close to 400,000 deaths. They’re not close to achieving that. So these are the kinds of things we’re trying to understand. Models are models. We’re adapting now to the – there’s enough data now of the real experience with the coronavirus on the ground to really make these predictions much more sound. So, when people start talking about 20 percent of a population getting infected, it’s very scary. But we don’t have data that matches that, based on the experience. And then, finally, the situation about ventilators. We were reassured, in meeting with our colleagues in New York, that there are still ICU beds remaining and there’s still significant – over 1,000 or 2,000 – ventilators that have not been utilized yet. Please, for the reassurance of people around the world – to wake up this morning and look at people talking about creating DNR situations – do-not-resuscitate situations – for patients, there is no situation in the United States right now that warrants that kind of discussion. You can be thinking about it in a hospital – certainly many hospitals talk about this on a daily basis – but to say that to the American people, to make the implication that when they need a hospital bed, it’s not going to be there, or when they need that ventilator, it’s not going to be there – we don’t have evidence of that right now. And it’s our job collectively to assure the American people that – it’s our collective job to make sure that doesn’t happen. Right now, you can see these state – these cases are concentrated in highly urban areas. There are other parts of the states that have lots of ventilators and other parts of New York State that don’t have any infections right now. So we can be creative. We can meet the need by being responsive. But there’s no model right now – I mean, no reality on the ground where we can see that 60 to 70 percent of Americans are going to get infected in the next 8 to 12 weeks. I just want to be clear about that. So we’re adapting to the reality on the ground. We’re looking at the models of how they can inform. But we also are learning very clearly from South Korea and from Italy and from Spain. Just a final – because I know many of you will look up my numbers – the only people who are over, really, 1 in 1,000 cases are people that have very small populations, like Monaco and Liechtenstein. So you will see a different number coming from when your population is really tiny; one case can put you over 1 to 1,000 or 2 to 1,000. Thank you. [emphasis added]


Deborah Birx: The issues that we discussed with the modeling yesterday was to ensure that the models were adjusted for the great work that every citizen is making in doing the mitigation efforts, and to see if that was reflected in the requests specifically for ventilators. And so, we wanted to make sure with a limited number of ventilators, and the issues that we saw in Detroit, and Dearborn, in Cook County, and now in New Orleans, that we were balancing and projecting correctly, based on both what the models had predicted, and then whether they were adjusted for the incredible mitigation work ongoing in New York City. We understand that this week and next week will not reflect that mitigation, whether it’s New Orleans, or whether it’s New York, and the New York metro area. We know that the hospital admissions that we are seeing this week and next week will be infections that occurred before the mitigation started. But we wanted to make sure going forward that the needs reflected that. That was what was adjusted in the Ferguson model for the UK, and I know you’re following that very carefully. They believe strongly that the mitigation methods that were put into place that informed our mitigation methods. We all were working off of that same model, and I want to make it clear that those models, those flu models have been incredibly helpful to really predict what would layering of these different mitigation mefforts [sic] from social distancing, to staying home if you’re sick, to staying in that household that had quarantined everybody in the household if anyone is positive. Now, there are other countries that took different approaches, and I want to be clear, because we did hear from both China and South Korea. But it’s always important that you adopt and adapt, and adapt it to your community, and the reality of your country. We do this around the world. You can’t ever just take an off-the-shelf approach, and then put it into action in your community. You have to understand your communities. And so, although both China and South Korea removed people who are positive from their households, and segregated them away from their families, we did not think that our Americans would adopt and adapt to that situation. And so, that’s why in our guidelines, we asked people if there is a family member, to try to self-isolate in the household, and so that that person is still there in the household. So I just wanted to be clear that, yes we all heard about what China and South Korea did. As much as we could, we adapted them to the American situation, as the UK has done also, and we just wanted to make… en… be really… ensure that all of the requests for the stockpile reflected the great work that the American citizens were doing in each of these areas to ensure help. And then finally, there was a question about requiring quarantine. I want to make sure that everyone understood, when we talked about New York residents who had gone to other places, it was for them to voluntarily self-isolate, and take care of themselves because we felt they could be exposed. And we really wanted to alert them that the rates in New York City were high and were increasing. And that they were probably exposed during some of the most exposure time period before the mitigation efforts went in. So, this was really about a health of our New York citizens that then chose to go to other places, both to protect themselves, and protect others. So, hopefully that’s clear to everyone about those issues. We continue to look at the data every day. We really want to applaud the laboratory testing that is helping us. It will help us very much when we can get full surveillance up in our communities and surveillance around those most vulnerable, particularly in nursing homes, and long-term care facilities so that we can more rapidly test both the workers and occupants in those communities. Thank You. [emphasis added]

Anthony Fauci: Today, just a few hours ago, I had the opportunity to get on a telephone call with the people who are on the front lines, the people who are actually in the ICUs or hospitals, from all the areas being hardly hit, including New York. And, I’m not a supply person, I’m a physician, a scientist, and I do vaccines, and I do drugs. But I am a member of the Task Force, and I take very seriously the responsibility that we have. So, those individuals, to get them the material that they need. We’ve heard discussions about this; ventilators, personal protective equipment, masks, and things like that. They are doing an amazing job up there. And I just want to have a message to them, which I told him over the phone, that as a member of the Task Force, with my colleagues here, we’re going to do everything we can to make sure that they get everything they need at the time that they need that, because they are doing an amazing job up there, and I salute them. Thank You. [emphasis added]

As Americans, we have in our cornerstone founding document, language which should caution us against getting too cozy with our neighbors across the pond. We were warned before:

The prospect now before us in America, ought in the same manner to engage the attention of every man of learning, to matters of power and of right, that we may be neither led nor driven blindfolded to irretrievable destruction. Nothing less than this seems to have been meditated for us, by somebody or other in Great Britain. There seems to be a direct and formal design on foot, to enslave all America.

John Adams, A Dissertation on the Canon and Feudal Law (1765)

We’ve also been warned since. From the Amazon book description for Georgetown University professor, Carroll Quigley’s book, The Anglo-American Establishment (1981):

Quigley exposes the secret society’s established in London in 1891, by Cecil Rhodes. Quigley explains how these men worked in union to begin their society to control the world. He explains how all the wars from that time were deliberately created to control the economies of all the nations.

No offense to Ferguson. I believe he means well, as attested to by his public revision of his modeling. I applaud his courage in boldly restating his modeling claims. To put it bluntly, one can only imagine how difficult it must be to, in a manner of speaking, publicly announce to the world you were wrong – all the more so, considering the gravity of the context at issue. But the best mules are often those who don’t know they’re mules.


The great enemy of clear language is insincerity. When there is a gap between one’s real and one’s declared aims, one turns as it were instinctively to long words and exhausted idioms, like a cuttlefish spurting out ink.

George Orwell, Politics and the English Language (1946)

During yesterday’s (3/26/20) Coronavirus Task Force Press Briefing (see transcript above) Birx came out, in what I believe was an attempt at preemptive spin, attempting to divert attention away from obvious questions like; if you’ve based all estimates and efforts mainly on the Ferguson / ICL study and its modeling, since Neil Ferguson has drastically reduced his numbers and modeling, and since the largely stabilized numbers of cases in China and South Korea seem to validate Ferguson’s revision, and since upon more detailed inspection Italy has reduced its COVID-19 death toll by about 88% which seems to further validate Ferguson’s revision – and invalidate the continued hysteria – why are you pressing forward with all this machinery, and keeping the fearmongering level at DEFCON 1, instead of revising efforts commensurately? I realize she used language, after her ‘explainer’ which resembles that of my point. However, to my point directly, what she did not specifically say is that we all dialing back certain response efforts since there appears to be no need for such an overwhelming response – let alone has the talk of ‘surveillance’ and CDC / FEDGOV data dumps been rescinded.

Decide for yourself, obviously. But in my humble opinion, basically in essence, she’s selling you classic misdirection neatly packaged in the form of a bifurcation fallacy of; either we can’t find the imaginary group of infected people, or we have the transmission completely wrong. Where is the ‘we overshot – or were just plain wrong, accidently on-purpose – and there’s no need for all this Big Brother auxiliary’ statement?

To be clear, as Birx would say, I do not trust Birx or Fauci. Put plainly, I believe – with cause, and for good reason91011 – they’re part of a cabal that is up to no good. Fauci ‘does vaccines and drugs’. How anyone (i.e. American public) can trust an industry built on a staple of products whose ‘side effects may include death’, is beyond my comprehension. Johnson & Johnson and subsidiary Janssen Pharmaceuticals is one of the ‘chosen ten’ in the race for a COVID-19 vaccine. Has everyone suddenly forgotten the tens of thousands of lawsuits in which J&J is presently embroiled? Or the $48B opiod settlement? Or the $8B Risperdal verdict? Or the $2.2B fraud settlement? Or the decades long Janssen scandal? We’ve been down this road before, and by now we should be wise to how we’ve been – and are still being – played, conned. GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) is another of the ‘chosen ten’. Has everyone forgotten Anthony Fauci’s reassurances regarding the H1N1 vaccine, and the subsequent $63M brain injury GSK settlement? If not, perhaps review these excellent articles:

Even Ron Paul, among many others, has voiced significant concerns regarding this ‘new 9/11’:

Instead of telling the truth to the American people and the world at large, regarding the serious flaws in and invalidity of the 3/16 ICL study and modeling, why is the mainstream narrative – including White House Coronavirus Response Coordinator, Deborah Birx and co-conspirator Fauci – still silent about this crucial new information? Why is the MSM still pushing a provably false narrative? Does the WHO not listen to their own ‘experts’…? Or, has Ferguson simply been used as a (‘the’) stooge, as a (‘the’) pretext to justify the crime(s) currently underway…? In any case, it’s high time; we in America and the rest of the world wake up to this ongoing crime and put a stop to it, and the perpetrators be brought to justice.

  1. Event 201 Global Pandemic – YouTube 
  2. China Locked in Hybrid War with US – Global ResearchGlobal Research – Centre for Research on Globalization 
  4. The BEST NEWS re CΟRΟNΑ VΙrus you’ve heard all month! Kinda. – YouTube 
  5. Controlling the Pandemic Narrative | Oye! Times 
  6. “The CIA is not now nor has it ever been a central intelligence agency. It is the covert action arm of the President’s foreign policy advisers. In that capacity it overthrows or supports foreign governments while reporting “intelligence” justifying those activities. It shapes its intelligence, even in such critical areas as Soviet nuclear weapon capability, to support presidential policy. Disinformation is a large part of its covert action responsibility, and the American people are the primary target audience of its lies.” – Ralph McGehee, Deadly Deceits: My 25 Years in the CIA (1983) 
  7. Did CIA Director William Casey really say, ‘We’ll know our disinformation program is complete when everything the American public believes is false’? – Quora 
  8. Secretary Pompeo Participates in Q&A Discussion at Texas A&M University – YouTube, Why Diplomacy Matters – Remarks, Michael R. Pompeo, Secretary of State (April 15, 2019) – United States Department of State 
  9. We Are Being Played – YouTube 
  10. Virus Task Force Boss Birx Ukraine Connections – YouTube 
  11. Fauci Ignores WHO Boss Crimes Against Humanity – YouTube