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Invasion of the Brain Stealers

Discussion in 'Conspiracy Debates' started by reedak, Jun 10, 2020.

  1. reedak

    reedak Well-Known Member

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    1. The Body Stealers, also known as Thin Air, is a 1969 British science fiction film directed by Gerry Levy, about the disappearance of British armed forces paratroopers in mid-air whilst on a routine jump. Two investigators try to figure out what happened and uncover an alien plot to steal bodies of earthlings by snatching them out of the air. The film was also released as Invasion of the Body Stealers.

    Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Body_Stealers

    2. Years before the 2016 election, the Wise Guy and his "pompacons" had been unashamedly making false or exaggerated claims, just treating all people in America and the rest of the world as zombies with nothing else inside their skulls. Take, for instance, the following facts:

    3. Trump as of Dec. 10 had told 15,413 untruths during his presidency, The Washington Post’s Fact Checker column reported on Monday.

    That’s an average of 14.6 lies for each of his 1,055 days in office.

    Source: https://www.huffpost.com/entry/donald-trump-lies-washington-post_n_5df898c3e4b03aed50f4725d

    4. The Wise Guy and his "pompacons" have been busy touting their Wuhan lab coronavirus conspiracy theories in order to claim financial reparations from China for damages and deaths caused by COVID-19. The latest laughable attempt to pin down China with such crackpot theories could be seen in a new study from Harvard Medical School that "satellite images of hospital parking lots in Wuhan as well as internet search trends, show the coronavirus may have been spreading in China as early as last August".

    https://edition.cnn.com/2020/06/08/health/satellite-pics-coronavirus-spread/index.html

    5. The Harvard Medical School study is full of fallacies, the most obvious is the suggestion that "the coronavirus may have been spreading in China as early as last August".

    (a) As shown by the patterns of the coronavirus pandemic outbreaks in the US and other countries:

    "In a matter of weeks, COVID-19 has reached pandemic status, sickening staggering numbers of people around the globe and spreading to every state in the US."

    https://www.health.com/condition/cold-flu-sinus/how-many-people-die-of-the-flu-every-year

    If the coronavirus was really "spreading in China as early as last August", it would have spread to every Chinese province with "sickening staggering numbers of people" by October. In short, it would be raging like wildfires all over China within three months (from August to October).

    In such circumstances, it was impossible for China to cover up the pandemic or hide it from the world, as alleged by the Wise Guy and his "pompacons".

    (b) Worth mentioning is the fact that 10,000 athletes from over 100 countries took part in the 2019 Military World Games from October 18–27, 2019 in Wuhan. They would certainly discover that something was amiss if the Harvard Medical School study were true, unless they were sleepwalking throughout their stay in Wuhan.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2019_Military_World_Games

    (c) If the Harvard Medical School study were true, the coronavirus outbreak would be raging in Wuhan, it would be utterly foolish for the Chinese leader (without wearing a face mask) to risk his life by going all the way to the city to open the 2019 Military World Games on 18 October 2019.

    P.S. I shall discuss other fallacies of the Harvard Medical School study later on in the thread.
     
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