6 responses to “Zero Hedge twitter account suspended, Thought police action, Orwell: “Journalism is printing what someone else does not want printed; everything else is public relations.” 

  1. “”You’re a traitor!” yelled the boy. “You’re a thought criminal!””…George Orwell, “1984”

  2. CW……….
    ………..one by one the people who have viewpoints which do not conform with that of TWITTER will see their accounts blocked. Face book has followed the same sort of doctrine. I personally use neither.

  3. CW……….
    ………this morning I was watching Cavuto, and he brought Tom Steyer on his show. I listened to what Steyer had to say, and with respect to his political views I find his viewpoints to be completely ludicrous……..just as are the rest of his DEMOCRATIC friends. He raved, and ranted the same BS this morning that they all rave about. Take a long look at San Francisco, and Baltimore as examples of DEMOCRATIC management.

  4. oldsailor85++
    The theory is that the virus, which was developed by infectious disease experts to function as a bio-weapon, originated in the Wuhan-based lab of Dr. Peng Zhou, China’s preeminent researcher of bat immune systems, specifically in how their immune systems adapt to the presence of viruses like coronavirus and other destructive viruses. Somehow, the virus “escaped from the lab”, and the Hunan fish market where the virus “supposedly” originated is merely a ruse.

    Now, a respected epidemiologist who recently caught flack for claiming in a twitter threat that the virus appeared to be much more contagious than initially believed is pointing out irregularities in the virus’s genome that suggests “it might have been genetically engineered for the purposes of a weapon, and not just any weapon but the deadliest one of all.”
    The statement the virus escaped from the LAB.

  5. hapnHal………
    ………..we can only guess whether the virus escaped accidentally, or intentionally. I would put the chances @ at about 50/50.

  6. hapnHal………
    ……….if the virus escaped the lab it might have been purposely turned loose on the Chinese people by the government with the idea it would take the steam out of the Hong Kong protests. BTW I was in Hong Kong in 1954. While I was there I had a suit made in one of the many tailor shops. In those days you could by the absolute best fabrics for PENNIES. I had the suit clear up into the 1970s.

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