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posted ago by axolotl_peyotl ago by axolotl_peyotl +61 / -2

For many years I argued with shills and legitimate conspiracy theorists alike who seemed to be convinced they had the "dreaded swine flu" back in 2009.

https://www.cbsnews.com/news/swine-flu-cases-overestimated/

The swine flu epidemic that was not as CDC advertised

They didn't. They were fooled. The swine flu hoax was yet more preparation for COVID.

What swine flu showed the psychopathic "elite" was that the population could actually be conditioning to convincing themselves they had a sickness they didn't via the power of suggestion.

COVID is swine flu x100.

The power of suggestion is phenomenally strong in humans. The COVID "virus" is a hoax. They have to maintain the illusion that it's a real "condition" and to do so requires symptoms that people can be convinced to manifest.

I've lost track of the many thousands of comments saying "I had COVID, I lost my sense of taste and smell!"

No you didn't, you fucking idiot.

You got sick like you always do from ingesting poisonous food and pharmaceuticals, and living immersed in environmental toxins and pollution.

If you see someone going off about how "their whole family got COVID because they lost their smell for a week" they're either lying or they're brainwashed.

I sure hope I don't spend the next 10 years arguing with covidians who have convinced themselves they "survived" the "deadly" virus, just like I did with the swine flu hoax.

I guess people just want to be a part of something? Why can't they choose something to participate in that helps humanity instead of reenforcing their slavery?

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Hullohoomans 3 points ago +4 / -1

I generally have a very strong sense of smell, which everyone I know notices. "How could you smell that from way over there?"

I had thought that I'd had covid after a January '20 DC trip. Turned out to have just been the flu.

Then I got actual covid a couple months ago, and shoving normally pungent stuff right in my face, I couldn't smell anything. Gardenias, jasmine, curry, cigars, bbq, dog shit, you name it, I couldn't smell it; this is without being congested at all. I got myself some ivermectin and HCQ and my flu-like symptoms lasted about 2 weeks. My sense of smell took a month to return.

Whether or not that's indicative of actual covid or just colds in general, I don't know. I can't honestly remember totally losing my sense of smell for a month with ordinary colds before. Generally they just congest me so I can't even breath out of my nose, and as soon as my head clears I can smell again.

Then there's my uncle, who was considered a great cook up until he caught covid. Now he over-seasons everything because he can't smell or taste it, and none of his kids will eat his cooking.

I'm inclined to think the loss of smell is legit and attributable to only covid.