1918 Spanish Flu
What They’re Not Telling You
This report expands on an earlier podcast from last year. With new findings, I decided to create an e-book report. What I found many may not realize. It seems the Spanish Flu did not cause the deaths. Instead something much worse which ties back to the Rockefeller Institute and the U.S. military.
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The Spanish Flu of 1918. Five hundred million infected, fifty million dead worldwide. Bodies stacked a mile high. One-quarter of the United States population wiped off the map; 675,000 erased from humanity. The unknown enemy, in full assault.
To combat the plague, officials recommend isolation, limited social interaction, and mask mandates across the country (The Flu Pandemic of 1918, 2020).
The question we must answer, “Did the fatalities occur because of the enemy, or did something else cause these deaths?”
As restrictions reached draconian levels, headline news from the front lines broke. Statements streamed across the wire contrary to the official narrative. They recommended communist style mandates on American soil.
Practice good personal hygiene,
and Limit social interaction at all times.
To guarantee obedience, politicians used law enforcement for their dirty work. Police patrolled the streets (The Influenza Epidemic of 1918). People became the hunted. Step outside, arrest guaranteed.
Yet, no state or local laws existed to support these tyrannical measure. Not a word from the War Department Public Health Service or health boards (Influenza Masks Doomed By Doctors 1918, pg. 6). But it didn't matter to these tyrants. They saw a grab for power and took it.
They required masks for entry into public transportation (The Influenza Epidemic of 1918). Life became a police state in certain cities across America. Once the land of the free, now a society on the brink of communism on American shores. Freedom as they knew it, gone in a blink of an eye.
Dr. G.M. Corput
To help in the fight, Dr. G.M. Corput of the United States Public Health Service lead the way for Louisiana. He would stop at nothing to save lives. Exhausted, he had to eat. On October 28, 1918, he visited a restaurant where he saw workers’ faces covered with masks. When he asked why they would wear such a device over their face, none could answer. At once, he ordered the workers to remove cloth shields and never wear them again (Influenza Masks Doomed By Doctors 1918, pg. 6).
In his statement, the doctor exclaimed,
Influenza masks are harmful to the wearers. They prevent the free breathing of fresh air, which is essential at this time and they do not keep out germs because the wearers are continually breathing impure air.
— Dr. G.M. Corput, Head of United States Public Health Service for Louisiana
He knew continued wear would lead to life threatening bacterial infection. The infection which killed millions.
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