Those who pay attention to how our country has changed in a relatively short period of time are rightfully concerned about the direction that our country is headed. Sometimes change happens so subtly that we don’t notice it. Like the proverbial frog in the pot of hot water, we often don’t know until it’s too late that we’re in trouble.
According to Pew Research, the American people are deeply cynical about government, politics, and elected leaders, and only a paltry 19% of Americans trust their own government. It’s safe to assume that they trust foreign governments even less.
There has been speculation by those distrustful of the official narrative about the Coronavirus, that it could possibly be a bioweapon, created in a lab. Like many things in life, it’s often difficult to ferret out the truth. But it is an interesting fact that there is a covert biological weapons labs in Wuhan, The Wuhan Institute of Virology. Coincidence? It’s anybody’s guess.
Adding to the confusion are the conflicting assertions of experts. Biological safety expert Tim Trevan from Maryland claimed that “The vast majority of new, nasty diseases come from nature.”However, Dr. Francis Boyle, Professor of international law at the University of Illinois College of Law, asserts that the Coronavirus is a lethal Engineered Bioweapon. Boyle drafted the U.S. legislation for the Biological Weapons Convention, known as the Biological Weapons Anti-Terrorism Act of 1989, signed into law by President George H.W. Bush.
Additionally, former Israeli military intelligence officer Dany Shoham asserted that the Coronavirus may have been leaked from the lab. It stands to reason that it’s quite possible that this is what may have happened with the Coronavirus, and indeed seems a more plausible explanation than it coming from the dining choices of people in Wuhan.
When it comes to a war of the experts, we may have to rely on our own sense of the situation; our instincts. We may never learn the truth about the origin of the Coronavirus this side of heaven, but it is prudent that we begin to take steps to prepare for a possible pandemic.
According to the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease, Dr. Anthony Fauci, “the Coronavirus is very, very transmissible, and it almost certainly is going to be a pandemic. But will it be catastrophic? I don’t know.”
Judging from what is happening in China, it seems we already do know, so it is prudent to take steps to prepare now.
A family member who works in a pharmacy told me that the N-95 masks were flying off the shelves. You can check with your local pharmacy to see if they carry them and they’re in stock, or you can order them on this website in our bug out bags. There are reports that many are going out of their way to buy emergency food. It makes sense to have a supply of natural antibiotics such as oregano oil, garlic, and silver. And probiotics as well.