Interview Brad Johnson on Wuhan Flu design possibilities 7 months ago Brad Johnson Brad Johnson the US government is now 00:03 calling it a pandemic I think it’s 00:05 probably worth pointing out that in 00:07 epidemic I think is a local outbreak of 00:10 a disease that’s widespread and a 00:12 pandemic is global just think that it’s 00:14 important that we get these terms right 00:16 at this point and that now officials 00:18 where it matters are who have reluctant 00:21 have been reluctant to use the word 00:22 pandemic because it wasn’t the case are 00:24 now clearly identifying it as a pandemic 00:26 and if there’s there’s huge and I think 00:28 that Washington just contributed a 00:31 billion toward a vaccine clearly this 00:34 thing has reached a new level do you 00:39 have any perspective on that I do it’s 00:41 there’s a couple of things that float to 00:42 the top for me that I find very 00:43 interesting some irony involved in it 00:46 too and now there’s been some it’s back 00:48 and forth and people are saying oh the 00:49 reaction needs to be this at or whatever 00:51 there’s a lot of politics involved in it 00:53 so let’s kind of try to leave the 00:55 politics aside I I don’t really care 00:57 about that for something like this 00:58 because it’s gonna be based in you know 01:00 the actual issue itself will take over 01:03 eventually and then we can fight over 01:05 the politics later but now it does seem 01:08 to be achieving the pandemic level 01:11 mainly because in countries that are ill 01:13 prepared for it it’s just spreading like 01:15 wildfire in a kind of little a little 01:18 stroke of irony there was a little clip 01:21 of the of an Iranian official I forget 01:23 his name but he was a top level guy two 01:25 of them were up giving a interview on 01:28 television Iranian television talking 01:30 about how you know the corona virus is 01:32 not a problem for them particularly one 01:34 of them was sweating profusely and it 01:36 turns out that he came down with that 01:38 virus and got sick like an hour later he 01:41 was taken to the hospital after the 01:42 interview sort of like Iran’s answer to 01:45 chemical Ali under Saddam exactly so 01:50 anyway it was it was I just found that 01:54 ironic that they were doing that but 01:55 there are these countries where it is 01:57 basically spreading unchecked and they 01:59 just can’t control themselves I mean 02:00 we’re even speeding it in Italy and Iran 02:02 in Iraq and different places where it’s 02:04 just starting to spread out awkward and 02:06 these the infection rate is starting to 02:08 go way up now several very interesting 02:12 spec’s out of that the death rate is 02:15 varying widely extremely widely so there 02:20 are places that are having this 15% 02:23 death rate that we talked about 02:25 initially that the initial reports were 02:27 that were very high there are other 02:29 places where it’s down in the 1 & 2 02:31 percent and then here in the United 02:33 States now we have very few cases but so 02:35 far no one’s died from the virus here in 02:37 the United States so you know basically 02:40 I think you could reasonably say it’s 02:41 somewhere between 0 and 15 depending on 02:44 where you are now some of it is there’s 02:48 there’s reports starting to come out 02:49 from places like the Financial Times and 02:52 some of the British report being in 02:53 which Financial Times is of course and 02:56 different places that are bringing up 02:58 asked they’re very interesting that is 03:01 not being reported on by anyone taking 03:03 into the total analysis as I said this 03:05 death rate thing somewhere between 0 and 03:08 15 percent is very interesting now as I 03:11 said some of the things that are 03:12 starting to develop are you know who is 03:16 getting sick one of the first things to 03:18 come out is that men particularly older 03:22 men are far more susceptible to this 03:25 than women and younger people so very 03:29 interesting now that lends itself to the 03:31 theory that this thing was designed to 03:35 do certain things one of the other 03:37 things that’s out of it is this higher 03:38 death rate seems to be among a certain 03:42 racial groups like Asian men now 03:45 nobody’s reporting on it that way but if 03:47 you look who gets killed where it’s one 03:51 of those higher rates were there so it 03:54 appears sex age and ethnicity all have 03:59 impact now that kind of suggests 04:03 designer results on this thing that this 04:06 thing was was built to do this because 04:10 it’s not normal for a virus to attack 04:13 men over women and Asian men over 04:16 I think groups and you know the age 04:19 factor is unusual why would it be now 04:22 the death factor yes but why would the 04:24 in 04:25 action rate be greater among certain 04:27 types of groups than others so that 04:30 irregularity these unusual statistics 04:33 that are starting to pop up as I said 04:34 are all indicators that this thing was 04:36 designed to do this so now again looking 04:38 back assuming it’s the Chinese because 04:40 that was the epicenter of this whole 04:41 thing patient zero if you will came from 04:44 China and out of Wuhan which is why many 04:47 of us called the Wuhan virus it it lends 04:50 credence to this theory that this was 04:52 something that they had been working on 04:54 and it escaped because they didn’t have 04:57 sufficient controls in there to for 04:59 these diseases and since it’s highly 05:00 infectious of older men Asians who would 05:05 have been working in this Institute that 05:07 where the the study of these viruses was 05:11 taking place in want and comes out start 05:14 spreading it and it goes around gets 05:15 infected now what an interesting thing 05:17 it makes sense kind of in the scheme of 05:19 things to me to now we’re kind of 05:21 getting out there this is highly 05:23 theoretical but these these preliminary 05:25 results sort of point me this direction 05:27 in my thinking and and if if it was 05:29 indeed the case why we try to do that so 05:32 you know look at it through the world 05:35 from their perspective and who are their 05:37 main enemies and it’s the people that 05:38 are close by Japan for example Taiwan 05:43 Hong Kong is clearly a problem now who’s 05:46 the leadership in those various and it’s 05:47 these older Asian male so it would be a 05:50 way to to decimate your enemy and then 05:54 as we’ve mentioned before it would be an 05:56 excuse then that China can come in say 05:58 oh well you know we know how to fix all 05:59 this and they can come in and take full 06:01 control of your country and save you 06:04 from this terrible medical issue there 06:06 are already we’ve seen the videos off 06:08 the streets from China where they’re the 06:10 authorities are out there grabbing 06:11 people off the streets thrusting them 06:13 into boxes in the back of vehicles and 06:14 stuff and taking them away maybe never 06:17 to be seen again now who knows you know 06:19 it’s it’s absolutely going to be used 06:21 politically to take away your enemies 06:23 although it may also be used to actually 06:25 treat the disease so there’s a lot of 06:28 preliminary information out there that I 06:30 find highly suspicious it doesn’t make 06:33 sense in the things for just like a 06:34 normal virus pandemic thing spreading 06:38 its way around the world 06:39 it’s there too there are groups that are 06:41 too susceptible for it to be pure 06:44 accident now that all remains to be seen 06:46 but like I said the preliminary from it 06:49 keeps is very suspicious so just tell us 06:52 unfolds but that’s that’s a first look 06:55 we’ll see if these patterns continue to 06:57 develop the way I’m suggesting and we’ll 06:59 see but it would be an awfully pass 07:00 thing for the Chinese to be interested 07:02 in having something like this so again 07:05 you know I’m very suspicious of them I 07:06 have to say I actually have you know the 07:10 very back of my brain have had the 07:12 similar suspicions but for a different 07:14 reason 07:14 having now living in an increasingly 07:17 socialist country of Canada one of the 07:20 problems we have with the public paid 07:22 medical care is the increasing number of 07:25 older people that aren’t working or 07:28 producing wealth but cost increasingly 07:31 more on a day to day basis to the system 07:34 for medical care so that is an 07:38 interesting point as well if I may yes 07:41 certainly under socialism they want 07:43 those people to die so it would be a 07:45 useful capability to be able to blame 07:49 this thing and have it kill off all 07:51 these old people I would say from the 07:53 socialist perspective it would need to 07:54 be designed to attack women over men 07:56 because they tend to live longer so it’s 07:58 the older women that you would want to 08:00 kill off more quickly as from the 08:02 socialist perspective now again we’re 08:04 getting kind of out there on the 08:05 theorizing on these issues but it would 08:07 make sense and by a very large 08:10 percentage attack males more commonly 08:13 than females that would be what would 08:15 would gear me towards the political 08:17 motives for it to to attack foreign 08:21 leadership and decimate these these 08:23 ranks of the older leadership levels 08:25 within these other countries they 08:26 consider intimating power so that they 08:28 could swoop in and re-establish 08:30 stability or whatever but you you you 08:34 certainly raise a valid point I wouldn’t 08:35 put it past socialism because socialism 08:38 doesn’t mind killing people in large 08:39 numbers as we’ve seen over and over 08:41 Stalin 08:43 Chairman Mao Hitler or any of these 08:48 regimes popo they’ve killed people by 08:50 the millions so it wouldn’t mean 08:52 anything to the 08:52 it’s also possible that the fact that it 08:54 kills males over females by a very large 08:57 percentage may not have been deliberate 08:59 that it may have been you know they’ve 09:02 who knows what the state of genetic 09:04 engineering is can they make something 09:06 that well not specific I don’t know but 09:08 anyway it occurred to me that that a 09:10 socialist states one of the social 09:12 states biggest expenses is large numbers 09:15 of elderly people that are very costly 09:17 to keep going and may not be seen as 09:20 contributors as it was clearly stated 09:22 even by the founder of the Fabian 09:24 Society that communist genocidal maniac 09:28 George Bernard Shaw absolutely true all 09:31 and let’s hope that they don’t pick up 09:34 this idea and run with it somehow the 09:38 popular British playwright Bernard Shaw 09:40 supported Hitler in the mass media the 09:43 left supported Hitler not because he 09:45 deceived them they knew Hitler would 09:48 kill he said he would in fact it was why 09:53 they supported him you must all know 09:56 half a dozen people at least who are no 09:59 use in this world who are more trouble 10:02 than they’re worth 10:03 just put him there and say now will you 10:07 be kind enough to justify you’re not 10:13 pulling your weight if you’re not 10:16 producing then clearly we cannot use the 10:24 big organisation of our purpose of 10:28 keeping you a knight because your life 10:30 does not benefit us and it can’t be a 10:33 very much 10:36 Venice or believed in their in mass 10:40 killing by category not usually by 10:43 racial category but by category 10:45 you know the idle the unfit killing off 10:49 the parasites within society was what 10:52 Marxian socialism was about demanded in 10:56 a London newspaper that the scientists 10:58 should devise a humane gas I appealed to 11:03 the chemists to discover a humane gas 11:06 that will kill instantly and painlessly 11:08 deadly by all means but humane not cruel 11:12 [Music] 11:17 after 10 years such gas will be 11:20 discovered it will be called cyclone be 11:24 the man who oversaw its practical 11:27 application at of Eichmann will later 11:30 testify that thanks to cyclone be people 11:33 in a schvitz died without pain 11:36 sigh clong be was a humane gas yes 11:40 Aikman will use the very same words it 11:47 must be said though that Bernard Shaw as 11:49 well as the left in general 11:50 fundamentally opposed Nazism because 11:54 Hitler had distorted Marxism beyond 11:56 recognition gassing people based on 11:59 their nationality 12:00 was absolutely inexcusable the selection 12:04 should be based in class Hitler got it 12:07 all wrong absolutely different people 12:10 needed to be killed 12:12 [Music] English (auto-generated) Click for entire transcript Continue Reading Previous Brad Johnson on the shooting death of Phil HaneyNext Ground Truth Podcast Episode 21 with Sam Faddis and Special Guest Bradley Johnson Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. 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