banjo dog Posted July 8, 2020 Share Posted July 8, 2020 On 7/6/2020 at 1:34 PM, Mikhail Liebestein said: Exclusive: Covid-19 may not have originated in China, Oxford University expert believes https://www.msn.com/en-gb/news/coronavirus/exclusive-covid-19-may-not-have-originated-in-china-oxford-university-expert-believes/ar-BB16mlly?ocid=msedgntp Obviously the news source might be reliable on this one..... Was interested to read about the Spanish flu out break in Western Samoa ( in the above link) which killed about 30% of the population, despite them having no communication with the out side world. Decided to do a bit of digging because having read "The invisible rainbow". By Arthur Firstenberg. He talks about how American troops returning from fighting in the trenches went down with flu like symptoms. Also how ships crews, all fit and healthy and at sea for weeks would get have the same illness by the time they reached the port they were headed for. The people of Western Samoa would have had contact with the out side world. A bit of research, and I found an article from 1914 about Britain requesting the help of New Zealand to send troops there to capture German Western Samoa, as it was known then. The request was made because Germany had recently installed a new long range radio transmitter on the island. He points out in the book that troops and ships were using radios on a global scale for the first time. The wide spread use of radar coincided with Asian/Hong Kong flu in the 1950s and then in the 60s when satellites started being put into orbit. Now we have the launch of 5g coinciding with covid-19. I would bet the people of Western Samoa were affected by the radio transmitter. I have said before on this forum that book is a real eye opener and explains so much backed up with undeniable evidence. 2 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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