Plandemic in Spain “Chronicle of the Fear Virus” Translation Part 1

My unofficial translation of first 4 pages of the 24 of “Plandemia en España: Crónica del virus del miedo” by #StopConfinamientoEspaña [StopLockdownSpain]. Next section.

Original posted on twitter by @InfectiousMyth – link:

June 2020. Version 1.02 [Full updated document in English [1]


Given the scandalous concealment of data, lies and negligence by the Spanish
Government during this false pandemic, we are preparing to present an investigation
that presents a panoramic, critical and alternative vision to the official account of the
media. Certain facts are supported by general press reports that offer a snapshot, but
we also attach scientific evidence with abundant bibliography, official documents and
testimonies for those who wish to go deeper. We have joined dots and filled gaps. We
are not a commission of experts, but we are citizens seeking answers beyond the media and official bodies purchased by power.

On March 14, 2020[2] the Government officially declared a state of emergency and lockdown for the entire population, in order to prevent the spread of the SARSCoV-2 virus and alleviate a situation of “unexpected” sanitary collapse. The crisis began with the customary lack of beds, doctors and means.[3] When in February the first outbreak of coronavirus began in Italy,[4] it was not considered necessary to stock up on medicines, recruit more personnel, invest in training, reform units, prepare more beds or buy more personal protective equipment. This must have been foreseen not only in February or January 2020, but much earlier.[5]

Curiously, in October 2019 a congress was held in New York City named “Event 201”,[6] where a simulation took place to reflect on the public policies and the cooperation necessary to respond to a possible severe pandemic with the lowest social and economic impacts. The event was organized by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Safety and the Global Economic Forum.[7] Coincidence?

Event 201 simulates an outbreak of a new zoonotic coronavirus transmitted from bats to pigs and from pigs to people. Contagion becomes more efficient once it is transmitted from person to person, leading to a severe pandemic. The pathogen and the
disease it causes are largely based on SARS, being easily transmissible between people with mild symptoms.

The disease begins on pig farms in Brazil, quietly and slowly at first, but then it begins to spread more rapidly in healthcare settings. When it begins to spread efficiently from person to person in the low-income and densely populated neighborhoods of some of the megacities of South America, the epidemic explodes. It is first exported by air transport to Portugal, the United States and China, and then many other countries. Although at first some countries may control it, it continues to spread and reintroduce itself, and eventually no country can maintain control.

There is no chance that a vaccine will be available in the first year. There is a dummy antiviral medication that can help sufferers but not limit significantly the spread of the disease.

As the entire human population is susceptible, during the first months of the pandemic, the cumulative number of cases increases exponentially, doubling weekly. And as cases and deaths accumulate, the economic and social consequences become increasingly grave.

The scenario ends at the point of 18 months, with 65 million deaths. The pandemic begins to ebb due to the decrease of the infected. The pandemic will continue until the point where an effective vaccine appears or until 80-90% of the world population has been exposed. From that moment, it is likely to be an endemic childhood disease.

Returning to the reality experienced in Spain, the COVID-19 situation has demonstrated the deteriorated state of the Spanish health system, which collapses every year. But this year, 2020, the collapse of health was already critical in January and February due to a spike in seasonal influenza. The hospitals were already saturated before the COVID-19 crisis hit.[8]

From the end of December, the media began to report a strange disease in the Chinese city of Wuhan. In this first phase, it was not given much importance, it was just a flu with a few isolated cases. “We can control it if it gets here”, said the experts.[9] But this was part of the plan. If it was just a flu and not important, why repeat it in each news program, radio program, or news report? What was the point of repeating an irrelevant news item in a gruesome way? In a very subtle way, they were already installing paranoia throughout the population. They linked the crisis of climate change with the crisis of COVID-19. The treadmill of fear kept spinning.

As the weeks went by, we listened to news of canceled events, we saw images of Asians wearing a mask, more mysterious deaths and the first isolated cases in Spain. The face of Tedros Adhanom, Secretary General of the WHO, was occupying more and more prime time minutes in the news. The intoxication was beginning to take effect: “It seems that there is a virus that causes a disease very serious respiratory in China, but at the moment there is nothing to worry about.”

Day after day we became familiar with the terms COVID, SARS, coronavirus and lockdown. At the end of February, the information was already pouring through the Internet. We learned that in Italy things were not going well. In Spain there were already the infected, the deceased and some hospitals already warned of what was coming. As of February 26 it was already recommended not to go to the Emergency Room [Theatre in UK].[10] At this point, Fernando Simón played down the matter, but at the same time, from all the official media, they did not stop bombarding us with information about the COVID-19 disease. The second phase of “Operation Fear” was launched.

Fear began to settle in people. Nursing homes and hospitals already were on alert. Infected politicians and rumors of the closure of soccer fields. Without knowing how, the main problem in our country became “the coronavirus”. Other diseases had disappeared. As if by magic, catcalling on the street and the Catalan independence movements were no longer so important, but before the end, the Apocalypse occurred: the feminist demonstration of 8-M.

During this period, a large number of people began to notice the first symptoms of the suspected SARS-CoV-2 virus: fever, cough and malaise. What else could it be? We had been hearing about the coronavirus for three months! This is when two types of patients converged: the frightened who went to hospital and those who for fear stayed at home, either with mild symptoms or other symptoms stemming from other pathologies. The psychosomatic effects of this media terrorist attack can never be calculated.

Then came the lockdown. It was no longer a flu, it was a pandemic at the levels of the Black Death of the Middle Ages. Never before has the world suffered an attack of this caliber. Images of collapsed hospitals, cars full of toilet paper, stockpiling of food, protective screens and masks. Fear of human contact became palpable, the evident limitation of rights, the closing of borders and business led to the total paralysis of the economy and the stock market fell to historic lows. To make matters worse, all this was camouflaged with the most absurd infantilism in the form of applause: every day at eight o’clock we had to listen to the song of “Resistiré” from the balconies, at the same time that rainbow drawings pasted on windows appeared, the result of an aberrant campaign of fear for all children in Spain. Primary and secondary schools, and universities were closed and, still, there is no regular attendance at classes. Not even in the Cuban missile crisis of 1962 was the world so scared.

Thousands of people, who should have been cared for in hospitals and health centres, stayed at home getting sicker, trapped by fear and the insistent warnings from the authorities not to go to the hospital. The motto “stay home” was beginning to take effect. The outpatients clinics were closed, supposedly to avoid infections. Consultations were passed by phone or video call, but helplines did not work properly. If ambulance clinics were [such] a key part of the system health, they would have prepared for the Covid-19 situation in advance, could have properly diagnosed and screened the sick, thus freeing up work at many hospitals. But this was not done.

Why was group immunity not chosen for a disease with a very low real rate of mortality which only puts at risk a very specific segment of the population?[11]

It was necessary to choose a prevention campaign aimed at the elderly with serious respiratory pathologies, in addition to paying special attention to the precarious situation of many old peoples’ residences [care homes]. In this state of induced collective psychosis, it was not possible to care properly for all patients.

[Image from #StopConfinamientoEspaña on Twitter and HERE]

[1] If this document is updated, changes from the previous version will be noted at the end. [This WordPress post was updated on 3rd July 2020, to be more in accordance with the online #StopConfinamientoEspaña version translated with another colleague who prefers to be anonymous.]










[11] “On re-evaluation by the National Institute of Health, only 12 per cent of death certificates have shown a direct causality from coronavirus, while 88 per cent of patients who have died have at least one pre-morbidity – many had two or three,” Mortality rate between 0.02-0.40%.


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