Forget about the Fauci-Lieber-Wuhan-Baal Gates virus scam-/plan-demic... now it's the bubonic plague in China:

Suspected case of BUBONIC PLAGUE registered in China, days after Mongolian outbreak


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Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".


  1. Melodi on July 10, 2020 at 8:24 am

    I just saw this – my husband and I had to study the Plague a lot for a series of novels we wrote set in the 14th century – I’ve also been following it most of my life out of personal interest.

    1. The timing IS right for a “natural outbreak” but then the 14th-century outbreak was both natural AND used as a weapon of war, we have that recorded in the records.

    2. In the last two years or so, DNA has shown that in both the 14th century and the newly discovered outbreak in Bronze Age Scandinavia (that seems to have attacked the first known urban sites there, 20,000 people plus) were largely affected by the pneumonic (lung/airborne) form of the disease – this was a surprise.

    We don’t have enough DNA from the 6th Century Plague of Justinian yet to know anything other than it was this disease and that it presented with totally different symptoms than it did in the 14th century, which is why doctors didn’t know it was the Black Death until the DNA samples were done. If there is more information on that visit (to Constantinople and may have killed nearly a 3rd of Europe in the 6th century) I haven’t seen it nor has my husband who reads actual medical papers.

    3. While it is “time” for a natural outbreak (the last time it tried to break out was 26 years ago in Indian when my husband and I married in Cambridge UK, England was checking everyone coming in from India for symptoms) that doesn’t mean it can’t be manipulated.

    Also, these bacteria are now known to change wildly so the natural resistance that some Northern Europeans have to this disease may not work for a new “improved” version (improved by nature or in a lab.

    A lot of people will ignore this because “oh we can treat that now,” which is only true IF the antibiotics keep working and the disease doesn’t morph to prevent them from working.

    That isn’t a pretty picture, the last time this tried to go pandemic was at the end of the 19th century traveling by steamship, and while major outbreaks were controlled in North America, it still became endemic in various wild animal populations.

    These days you don’t need a steamship, and again, to treat it you have to get the right antibiotics in the right amounts to the right people, FAST ENOUGH, to stop the spread and they have to keep working.

    I’ve been worried about this story also Joseph, sorry I missed this on Wednesday but our internet has been on and off all week.

  2. Joe A. on July 10, 2020 at 1:09 am

    Common sense alone would confirm that the scandemic is but a dress rehearsal for more serious things to come.Z.Brinsin….outlined the whole script in “A technotronic Era”.Good ol Henry K. and the Micro Kid have alluded to the fact that we need a heck of a lot more bodies in morgues.Plague will do the trick.Now maybe we should all try and circumvent this disaster with some Hydroxy……
    Damn cheap,so far works for a 76 y.o.veteran

  3. marcos toledo on July 9, 2020 at 8:09 pm

    That leaves the eight hundred pound gorilla Smallpox should it mysteriously resurrect from maybe Africa. There is no crime that I would but beyond the limits for our what to be masters to do to attain world power.

    • Robert Barricklow on July 9, 2020 at 8:38 pm

      Now that is terror personified.
      There was supposedly tons of the virus made.
      Yes, tons![Variola 1980’s}

  4. Robert Barricklow on July 9, 2020 at 3:13 pm

    Back in the mid-70’s I was at The Horseshoe’s bar in Las Vegas NV discussing plague w/a trapper. He carried a container of tetracycline w/him in his trapping because of the endemic plague in areas where he worked his craft. So this bubonic plague is endemic in areas around the world.
    Now, the poor man’s weapon of mass destruction is biological warfare. And Bubonic plague is relatively easy to obtain. Then it’s just a matter of letting it fester in to pneumonic form.
    I hadn’t heard of the septicemic version.
    Yet, it looks to be rare. But in war?

    When this covid1984 came out it was an obvious McGuffin instrument as cover for the global power grabs. Yet, it just didn’t have the staying power. It was, after all, bogus.
    But, as an instrument to set-up an infrastructure to combat the real thing?
    That story has legs.

  5. goshawks on July 9, 2020 at 4:32 am

    The one bad thing about the nuclear MAD standoff is that it shifts warfare towards biological weapons. We are now to the time where the last WWII veterans are dying-off. So, current empire-builders have no visceral understanding of large-scale deaths. It is an ‘intellectual’ exercise to them. Consequently, playing-around with deadly diseases can be rationalized. It has the advantage that it can be clandestinely spread (plausible deniability), but the disadvantages that it can mutate to come-back upon the spreaders (worldwide) and “two can play that game.” Interesting Times…

  6. DanaThomas on July 9, 2020 at 4:30 am

    The name of the Mongolian province in question (also spelt Hovd) in itself looks like an open invitation to purveyors of propaganda. Of course anything is possible, biowarfare has an old history, and naturally occuring phenomena can be tweaked.
    Anyway, this RT article seems to be jumping onto the medical dictatorship bandwagon.

  7. anakephalaiosis on July 9, 2020 at 3:27 am

    Communism was a plague upon Russia, unleashed by Wall Street, through financing of assassins, in a gold heist.

    Apparently, gold and plagues are connected, by marauding scavengers, who follow in wake of cataclysmic events.

    A deal with the devil is about consent, and paying usury to mafia, in extortion racket, before rats feed on themselves.

    Crimes are shady deals.

  8. MFB on July 9, 2020 at 1:57 am

    Dr Farrell,

    The name of the province where the Plague was detected……..Khovd………looks like…… Covid…..



  9. Roger on July 9, 2020 at 1:29 am

    Glad my yard is a snake sanctuary and is full of them. No rats or mice anywhere to be found. Unless it’s been weaponized the plague can be cured if treated early enough today. I imagine big crowded cities with a lot of rats might have some issues if they also have rat fleas bad in their homes. China would have some cases but India would be hard hit because of their caste system keeping their poor in old world style squaller. If it hits China first but doesn’t do too much, but devastates India, then it might be China getting ready to hit India for the border conflict. Then India might hit China with something new. Since our great leader Trump is letting Covid 19 culprits get away with it, we just signaled to the world bio attacks are okay ans we won’t do anything about them and will even cover up your releasing them no matter how many of us you kill. I suspect all kinds of horrible diseases to be released in the next few years because of this. My spidey senses tell me also something very deadly may be released this fall and no one will take it seriously until its too late because they have learned how to control the alternative news narrative as well as the lame stream.

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