What are the symptoms of the Omicron variant of Covid-19?
According to CNBC, they are:
1. Runny nose. Check, had that.
2. Headache. Had that too, but only mildly.
3. Fatigue (either mild or severe). Sure, had a nap yesterday afternoon.
4. Sneezing. Yup, sneezed a coupla times.
5. Sore throat. Definitely, and persistent, though not severe.
Which are pretty much the symptoms of the common cold.
So that's it. The Covid panic is over, or soon will be. Omicron, vastly more infectious than every other Covid variant, has reduced SARS-CoV-2 to the status of just one more common cold virus. The modelers with their tangled computer code and preposterous predictions can now return to the academic obscurity that they so richly deserve. The politicians with their vast and needless budget deficits engineered in the name of Covid, can now start thinking about a return to solvency.
As for the World, the celebrations will shortly begin, these to be marked by a Covid-recovery stock market surge before rationality sets in and the huge cost of Dr. Fauci's foolish funding of Chinese gain-of-function virus research is assessed.
But please note, we're not anti-vax. Want a jab? Go get it, it probably won't kill you.
* Severity of symptoms may vary. I had Covid early last year, meaning I have long-lived, full spectrum immunity to the novel Corona virus in whatever form it may appear. To those without prior Covid infection, Omicron may be tough, as was the worst childhood cold I remember, which was likely my first Corona virus infection.
The Covid19 “vaccines” don’t work. They’ve admitted it, and now they’re seriously trying to tell us it’s actually a good thing.
What “working” really means when your pandemic is nothing but wave after wave of meaningless positive tests and weasel-worded changes to the meaning of “cause of death”, is a different discussion for another time.
Indeed, whether they were ever meant to work, what they are actually for and why the establishment needs to push them so hard, are interesting questions for a future article.
For now, let us confine ourselves to Big Pharma’s stated intention: The “vaccines” are allegedly meant to stop the spread of “Covid19”. They don’t do it.
The “vaccines” are not even true vaccines by the traditional definition. People who have been “vaccinated” still get infected, and can still spread the infection to other people.
Such infections are called “breakthrough cases”, and their existence has run a familiar course in the media.
First they didn’t exist, then they did exist but they were rare, then they weren’t that rare but they were mild…and now they’re not just mild, they’re actually a good thing…because of “super immunity”.
That’s right, getting sick after being vaccinated might actually be good for you, according to a recent study, currently getting wall-to-wall coverage in the press.
Confirming that Omicron is a dud, UK reports Omicron hospitalizations rise to a grand total of 14 That's hospitalizations not deaths which, in the UK, typically run at a rate around 1600 a day.UK: New Covid cases breach 100,000 for first time: Daily infections hit 106,122 - up 35% -- mounting evidence Omicron IS 'milder' Wow! A hundred thousand cases a day sounds terrifying. But remember, at this time of year there are usually something like a million cases a day of the common cold.
Daily Moil: NHS staffing crisis timebomb: 130,000 workers - nearly ten per cent of the workforce - are STILL not fully jabbed Yeah, well, so what? Most of them have already had Covid, most likely acquired in the hospital, so the unjabbed hospital staff have better Covid immunity than the merely jabbed. And what exactly is supposed to happen when this supposed crisis detonates, to pursue the bomb analogy?