COVID-19 and Riots: the operational connections – Jon Rappoport

The COVID-19 operation was fraying badly:

Protests against the lockdowns were expanding.

The public-health measures (distancing, isolation, masks) were being attacked from all sides, as unnecessary, useless, overbearing, and unscientific.

Many mainstream researchers, doctors, and even public health officials were exposing the fact that the pandemic was no pandemic at all. The adjusted case and death numbers didn’t warrant excessive concern.

It was becoming obvious that the players setting the COVID agenda were there simply because they had been appointed to high posts; not because they were perceptive or honest scientists. In other words, COVID was political.

On top of all this, economies were beginning to re-open; for the public, that was the main focus, not the threat of catching a disease.

There was a great need for an operational shift. How and why didn’t particularly matter, as long as the populace was riveted by some new catastrophe.

This shift would also stall the economic engine (again). After all, stripping away the mountain of lies about COVID, the core at the center of it WAS an economic attack.

And now it’s been done. All across America. Riots, burning, looting, violence, race conflict, curfews.

A new reason for a different form of lockdown.

The daily protests in the streets overtake and replace the former protests against the COVID lockdown.

One operation covers another.

COVID-19 and Riots: the operational connections

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