Thousands of people in cities across Germany protested against the ongoing lockdown in response to the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic yesterday. In some places, politicians from opposing points on the spectrum came together to join the protests.
The largest demonstration took place in Stuttgart, and was originally supposed to have 50,000 participants, but city authorities limited it to 10,000 out of concern that social distancing measures could be practiced, according to a report by Junge Freiheit. Police only reported that “several thousand” attended.
The demonstration’s organiser was the Querdenken 711 (Lateral Thinking 711) initiative, which was founded by Michael Ballweg, an IT entrepreneur from Stuttgart. Querdenken 711 claims to call for demonstrations on a non-partisan basis “in defense of fundamental rights,” and wants new elections to be called in October.
What is the true infection fatality rate of COVID-19, broken down by age and health status? This is a simple question for which the CDC (or Public Health England in the UK) should have a clear answer by now, accompanied by a readable chart – a chart showing everyone’s demographic risk assessment so that we can better target our infection mitigation efforts. Yet it’s the one thing our government hasn’t done. Wonder why?
There were 48 of us. None of us knew each other, but in the airports we could somehow recognize each other. It must’ve just been that look in our eyes; we were all heading down to live for two weeks with Werner Herzog in the Peruvian Amazon, where each of us would make films, and none of us knew what to expect …
The first night in camp after a 24-hour itinerary for me: Los Angeles to Lima, Lima to Puerto Maldonado, a bus to the docks and then a 40-minute boat ride to Inkaterra, a remote eco-lodge situated near the banks of the Madre de Dios stretch of the Amazon River. The place was founded in 1975 by José Koechlin von Stein, who produced both Aguirre, the Wrath of God and Fitzcarraldo and was the reason Herzog came to Peruvian jungle in the first place. By now Herzog was long legendary here, as even on the plane the announcement came blaring over the loudspeaker as we arrived: “Werner Herzog has returned to Peru!”
Dr Joe dispenza and Dr Bruce Lipton share the truth about the current situation in the world today.