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Monday, March 30, 2020

Top 7 Coronavirus Conspiracies

Since the first victims of the Coronavirus were diagnosed, we have seen globalized panic, quarantines, restrictions to our lives and livelihoods, and plenty of Coronavirus conspiracy theories surrounding the outbreak.

There are many people who seem to be following what state, federal, and local governments are telling them to do, and very few seem to be asking questions and getting clear answers. This is not to say that there is no danger from a pandemic, nor does this article advocate acting as if nothing is going on of import. But lack of clear answers and confusion has given rise to several Coronavirus conspiracy theories about what is really happening. Here, some of the more prominent ideas are being briefly summarized, along with links of interest.

1. The Coronavirus isn’t a virus at all.

There are a few who are advancing the idea that the Coronavirus is not real.

This is by far the most extreme of the current Coronavirus conspiracy theories.

Those who question the validity of the event argue that this is nothing more than a government power-grab, and an exercise in evaluating the ease of putting in place a police state, or martial law.

The group “Oregonians for Health Choice” on Facebook have posted a video made by a man on YouTube which seems to cast doubt on the reality of the virus. This man’s channel, called “Divine Truth 1,” posted a video of him in New York City, looking for virus victims.

He goes to a hospital and questions workers and staff but seems to find no one infected.

To learn more of this Coronavirus conspiracy theory, click the following links:

What do you think? Do you know of anyone who has coronavirus? Let us know in the comments.

2. The Coronavirus is not nearly as bad as it seems.

The second most extreme Coronavirus conspiracy theory argues that yes, there is a sickness spreading over the world, but that it is more akin to influenza.

Citing mortality figures padded by the deaths of the old and those who were already sick, websites like “The Vaccine Reaction,” state that the numbers are lying.

They also cite quotes from Dr. Anthony Fauci of the National Institutes of Health in the United States and other officials which they claim to support this perspective.

Overall, the article on the site seems to indicate that this Coronavirus conspiracy theory has to do with causing more people to rethink anti-vaxxing positions, and less to do with an epidemic of huge proportions.

For more on this article, see the following link:

And many pro-vaxxers are saying this is why we need to make vaccination mandatory. In response, anti-vaxxers suggest that the pandemic is an excuse to further the vaccine agenda.

What do you think? Should we make vaccines mandatory to stop the spread? Is there any proof vaccines would work to stop the spread? Or that vaccines work at all?

Let us know in the comments.

3. The Coronavirus was released from a Virology Institute in Wuhan, China.

This Coronavirus conspiracy theory lays blame for the virus squarely in the laps of the Chinese. Senator Tom Cotten essentially agrees with this theory.

.@nytimes "reporter" @jotted lied when she said that I claimed the Wuhan coronavirus was a "Chinese bioweapon run amok" (her words, not mine). I simply said we couldn't rule out any possibility yet for the virus' origin, including a laboratory accident.

— Tom Cotton (@SenTomCotton) February 18, 2020

Theorists charge that poor handling and faulty regulations gave way to the Coronavirus being leaked from the Wuhan Institute for Virology.

The New York Post printed an article just days ago alleging that this is not the first time China has had problems keeping deadly pathogens under wraps.

It even goes so far as to argue that some virologists working at the institute sell their testing animals to vendors on the street for resale, and that careless measures and practices led directly to the spread of COVID-19.

Did the virus get released by poor handling on the part of the Chinese?

Let us know in the comments.

4. Bill Gates engineered the virus for profit.

Bill Gates seems to have some sort of influence in every area of society, these days.

This Coronavirus conspiracy theory holds that this outbreak is no different.

Proponents of this idea argue that back in 2018, Gates warned of a global epidemic while giving a speech at the Malaria Summit in London.

Gates added that the world was not prepared for a widespread viral attack, and should make preparations quickly and as if war was looming on the horizon.

Further, theorists allege that Gates’s foundation is working on the vaccine that it engineered, in order to make billions in profit by selling the cure.

And moreover, Gates funded the Pirbright Institute, which owns a patent on the coronavirus.

For more on this see this link which summarizes Gates’s 2018 speech in London, and a link alleging Bill Gates is complicit in the Coronavirus cure:

Is this part of Bill Gates depopulation agenda using vaccines? What evidence have you seen to confirm or deny this theory?

Let us know in the comments.

5. Dean Koontz knew something was going to happen.

This Coronavirus conspiracy theory is not so much a theory, as it is rather a foreboding and doom-filled prediction from years ago that is now coming true with creepy accuracy.

Back in 1981, in his book, The Eyes of Darkness, Koontz, with eerie precision predicted that in 2020 a virus would spread about the world, affecting the lungs and bronchial tubes.

Further, he predicted that the virus would come from China. He even ominously called it the “Wuhan-400,” because the strain would be the 400th viral creation by a lab in Wuhan, China.

Of all the Coronavirus conspiracy ideas, this is perhaps the oddest and the most frightening.

To see a photograph of the pages predicting Coronavirus, see the following:

6. Coronavirus is a cover for mass arrests of the Deep State and part of the plan to save the world.

This theory has a positive overtone. It comes from those who follow the QAnon movement, with some cross over into the truth movement in general.

The theory states that the world is governed by criminal syndicates who are satanic pedophiles. These elite regularly rape, torture and murder children as part of their religious practice. And that these insidious tastes also allow them to keep blackmail files on those in their ranks to keep them in line.

Anons also claim that the elite harvest Adrenochrome from victims, using the drug to enhance vitality and prolong their lives.

The Plan to Save the World, as it has been called, is a multiple-stage effort, of which, the cutting off of the elite with their coveted adrenochrome is a key part. In addition, the global response to the coronavirus pandemic is itself a cover for a mass arrest of the Deep State and the satanic elite.

Some say that Trump is a key figure in this alliance to take down the deep state and that on April first, the mass arrest scenario will go into an active phase, wherein the internet will be shut down for 10 days. Afterward, the world will be rebooted with a new economy free of deep state manipulation.

If that wasn’t a lot to swallow, it gets better.

Another aspect to this cover theory is that a reset of the global financial system will also take place.

One man claimed to have overheard a conversation with a JP Morgan Chase bank employee who said the virus was a cover to reset the financial system.

Coronavirus…It’s a cover up! Confirmed! Please Share!!

— QAnon John🇺🇸🐸 (@QStorm1111) March 12, 2020

What do you think? Is there a satanic global elite that is about to be taken down? Is the coronavirus being used as a pretext for mass arrests?

Another side of this theory is that the virus is a cover to push for the so-called NWO take over, which will usher in a global digital currency.

7. Coronavirus and 5G Connection

Last in our list is the theory that the coronavirus is connected to the rollout of 5G.

Here, proponents argue that the locations where most people are are infected are also where 5G is the most active. Read more about this theory here:

Final Thoughts

While all of these Coronavirus conspiracy theories have varying empirical data supporting credibility, the one that seems to stand out as the most in need of further research is the Koontz link.

It is the only one that, to this author, has undeniable evidence as to its validity.

Indeed, one is forced to wonder how Koontz knew way back in 1981 that in 2020, we would be facing a virus that specifically attacks the lungs and bronchial tubes.

Further, it begs the question as to how he knew that the origins of the virus would be arguably traced to China.

At the very least, Koontz needs to explain why he predicted such events and how he knew.

The world awaits an explanation.

About The Author

Will Justice is an independent researcher, writer, and truth activist dedicated to sharing his groundbreaking findings with the world. Over the course of several decades, he discovered the causes of worldly corruption, human suffering, and spiritual decline, which gave him the eyes to see the solutions hidden from view. He is passionate about unity, authenticity, and healing the world by forming effective grassroots initiatives.

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