I put all this together, nearly three years ago. I published the story several times, in several different versions.
But most people didn’t get it (and still don’t), because they’re fixated on the virus.
The origin story of COVID involves pollution, protests, and pneumonia.
In the year leading up to the announcement of a pandemic, protests were breaking out in Chinese cities, including Wuhan.
People were risking their futures, their freedom, their lives, protesting against air pollution, because it was making them sick.
People don’t take that level of risk in China, unless the problem is serious. Very serious.
People wouldn’t risk being carted away to prison, and maybe never coming home, if they were facing Los Angeles level smog. No, the air pollution in Chinese cities was much worse.
What do you get when you walk around in that soup? Lung congestion. Fever, fatigue, major shortness of breath. Pneumonia. Year in, year out, roughly 300,000 people in China die from pneumonia.
What was announced as THE symptom in the first cases of so-called COVID in Wuhan? Pneumonia.
If, in certain respects, the pneumonia in those cases looked atypical on X-rays, in the first month of 2020, there was a good reason: