DWQA QuestionsCategory: Coronavirus COVID-19The worldwide lockdown of commerce by forbidding public interactions with others to keep everyone self-quarantined is assumed to be beneficial in restricting spread of the COVID-19 virus, but at devastating cost to society financially. This seems to have gotten started based on predictions of extremely high death rates that were done at the outset of the pandemic. Since then, the models have been revised to reflect much, much, lower numbers of expected casualties. Was this rapid and draconian restriction of freedom of movement, orchestrated in a sinister way by the Extraterrestrial Alliance to cause a financial collapse at the outset of the pandemic?
Nicola Staff asked 4 months ago

This is very much the case. It is quite telling that the actual consequences, at least in the first round of infections, have ended up to be no greater than the ordinary “flu season” and is demonstrating an outsized and quite painful restriction on human activity as a cost for the beneficial health outcomes under quite difficult conditions. While we see that as the higher good, it cannot go on indefinitely because the consequences of people becoming destitute will take a similar toll eventually in homelessness, suicide, inability of people to get health care for other severe health problems, and on and on, so there is a happy medium that needs to be struck. The fact that this was orchestrated to happen is why there was a rush and a willingness at the very outset for leaders all around the world to essentially kill their own economies so readily. The models used to fan the flames of fear themselves were manipulations designed to create the worst and darkest view of things. So that was one of the tools used to persuade opinion leaders and those in authority to sign on to a very damaging course of action. The intention at the outset was to produce, first of all, a financial collapse to cause human suffering and reward members of the hidden Cabal who knew it was coming and then to cause widespread ill-health and loss of life.