COVID19 and the “Hidden Enemy” – ITEL PT – 3.19.20
The Covid19 scare continued unabated as the Fetch reported on developments in the Philippines, Saudi Arabia, and Jordan. In Saudi Arabia, curfews were imposed for the entire nation with citizens having to be in their homes by 7 P.M. till 6 A.M. Meanwhile, in the Philippines, the Philippine Foreign Affairs Ministry stated that air routes other than a return of Philippine’s citizens and spouses was being shut down with all visas being canceled and arrival visas no longer being accepted.
For its part, most air routes into Saudi Arabia were also closed with Saudi closing their national borders to all visa holders. Those with valid visas within the country were often being requested to shelter in place. In the Philippines, most movement was being throttled through a well coordinated set of checkpoints. Two check points were set up within The Fetch’s neighborhood.
Fortunately, we have an open pass to move out and about so we are not being locked into homes, but technically, the vast majority of citizens of the main island of Luzon were being confined to their homes.
Meanwhile, President Trump went live with an interesting statement, referring to the efforts at defeating a “hidden enemy”.
This line surely helps feed the conspiracy mills as the actions of governments globally seem extreme in the face of the existent threat, especially as it pertains to the United States which seems more under a deliberate and calculated shut down of the national economy.
By all indications, the “corona virus” is a blended operation: part truth, part calculated operation lathered with extreme doses of fake news.
Something doesn’t smell right. And what is up with all the toilet paper?
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