Chinese Study Finds Asymptomatic COVID-19 Carriers Might Not Readily Spread the Disease

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An interesting study on COVID-19 published in the journal Respiratory Medicine suggests that asymptomatic carriers might not spread the disease very effectively after all. Here’s an interesting study on COVID-19 published in the journal Respiratory Medicine. The information comes from Chinese researchers working at institutions including The Second School of Clinical Medicine, the Hospital Infection Control Division, the Department of Infectious Disease, the Guangdong Provincial People’s Hospital, and the Department of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine — all of these associated with the Guangdong Academy of Medical Sciences.

Fever-detecting Drones and Other Intrusive Practices Grow Under COVID-19

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Fever-reading drones, thermal cameras, and other coronavirus policies are part of “a looming wave of intrusive technology and constitutionally questionable measures pushed by governments — from local to state to federal — under the mission of protecting a fearful community,” reports the Miami Herald.

Federal Reserve Exploiting COVID19 to Loot America | Behind the Deep State- VIDEO

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In this episode of Behind the Deep State, host Alex Newman explains how the privately owned Federal Reserve System is exploiting the Communist Chinese Coronavirus to loot the American people. Alex also breaks down how this is happening: Basically, the Fed is creating trillions of currency out of thin air and using "Special Purpose Vehicles" (better known as front companies) to buy up real assets including stocks and bonds. It is time for Congress to audit and then abolish the central bank and restore a sound monetary system.

Why New Orleans’ Coronavirus Death Rate is 7 TIMES NYC’s

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New York City may be considered the Wuhan virus’s current epicenter, with more than 57,159 people testing positive as of Friday morning. But the disease’s mortality epicenter just may be New Orleans, with its death rate being seven times the Big Apple’s. (In fact, the disparity may be even greater, unless The Big Easy is lying about its rate the way NYC is alleged to be doing.)

Your Papers Please: Statists Call for Domestic Travel Restrictions in USA

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A key essential freedom, and one that is a natural right that may not be restricted by government, is the freedom to associate with whom you want, when you want. This is the foundation for much of the market economy, since in the market — ideally — you get to choose whom you buy from and whom you sell to. Furthermore, this freedom is the foundation for travel. In other words, you are free to choose to travel to the next town, county, state, or elsewhere to visit friends or family, or do business for any other inscrutable purpose you might have, subject only to the requirement that you not erode someone else’s private property rights.

Federally Subsidized Smartphones Contain Chinese Spyware

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Smartphones being given by the federal government to low-income people have Chinese spyware installed, spyware that can’t be removed and that gives agents of Beijing considerable control over those subsidized phones.

Chinese Spying? Beijing-linked Harvard Professor and Two Chinese Nationals Charged

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It’s one of the biggest underreported stories of our time. While our nation is distracted with a Senate impeachment trial, our main geo-political rival is busy not just harvesting organs on its own shores but harvesting American technology and national secrets on ours. The latest on this front concerns charges brought Tuesday against an esteemed Harvard professor, and two Chinese nationals who’d been researchers at American institutions, for lying about alleged links to the Beijing government.

China Facing Massive Headwinds in 2020

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The combination of Keynesian economic policies and the increasing strictures of China’s command economy is making for a bleak outlook for China for 2020 and beyond.

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