Air pollution at Covid epicentres – is there a correlation?

Another neat trick from the Merchants of Fear at Suppression Central

by Watchdog

Fascinating Factoids

Delhi, the current focus of much of the media’s scaremongering horror stories about the latest you-know-what apocalypse, has the most toxic air in the world. The air is so toxic the city sometimes over the years has had to close down due to the widespread effects on respiratory health. Respiratory illnesses, of course abound in such an environment.
That reminds me that Wuhan, the epicentre of the world’s first scenes of alleged apocalypse by which the scaremongering groundwork was laid for portraying a sinister killer virus stalking the Earth, was also noted for its very poor air quality, giving rise to a range of respiratory problems.
This was followed by the Lombardy region in Italy, epicentre of the first European scaremongering apocalypse. By a remarkable coincidence, also noted for its poor air quality. . .

Is there a correlation I wonder . . . ?

Given the penchant of the subversives in government for rebranding all manner of lung ailments as “Covid”, which then gives them the numbers to declare a “pandemic”, it seems likely that the poor air quality in the three epicentres I know of (and there may be more) was a factor that helped the scaremongering nicely.


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