Today is a deep dive into the Deep State’s plan for the Plandemic and specifically, its use of magic spells. Magic as in, choosing one’s words in order to force one’s will upon reality. Johns Hopkins University wrote a paper discussing a theoretical “SPARS plague” set in 2025. While the conspiracy-theory site that I got this from believes SPARS is going to be the next plague, methinks that’s crediting the authors with too much wisdom. I think it’s better considered as a reflection on lessons (not) learned from Chinaballs.
Monica Schoch-Spana, PhD, Senior Associate, Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security
Emily K. Brunson, PhD, MPH, Associate Professor, Texas State University
Tara Kirk Sell, PhD, MA, Senior Associate, Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security
Gigi Kwik Gronvall, PhD, Senior Associate, Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security
Matthew P. Shearer, MPH, Senior Analyst, Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security
Sanjana Ravi, MPH, Senior Analyst, Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security
Hannah Chandler, MPH Candidate, Columbia University
Only one of seven is likely to be white male. I see that the demand for tenure still dramatically outstrips the supply.
This is a hypothetical scenario designed to illustrate the public health risk communication challenges that could potentially emerge during a naturally occurring infectious disease outbreak requiring development and distribution of novel and/or investigational drugs, vaccines, therapeutics, or other medical countermeasures.
Given the gender makeup of the authors, let’s see how long it takes for the scenario to begin talking about its feelings.
The timeframe for the scenario (the years 2025-2028) was selected first, and then major socioeconomic, demographic, technological, and environmental trends likely to have emerged by that period were identified. Specifically, two dominant trends likely to influence regulatory and public responses to future public health emergencies were selected: one, varying degrees of access to information technology; and two, varying levels of fragmentation among populations along social, political, religious, ideological, and cultural lines.
Cultural balkanization remains a top priority of our rulers. Provided that none of those fragments is Christian, of course.
In the year 2025, the world has become simultaneously more connected, yet more divided. Nearly universal access to wireless internet and new technology—including internet accessing technology (IAT): thin, flexible screens that can be temporarily attached to briefcases, backpacks, or clothing and used to stream content from the internet—has provided the means for readily sharing news and information. However, many have chosen to self-restrict the sources they turn to for information, often electing to interact only with those with whom they agree. This trend has increasingly isolated cliques from one another, making communication across and between these groups more and more difficult.
This emphasis upon universal connectivity is in line with the Elites’ push for Internet Of Things as a surveillance tool. They make a fatal mistake here, however, in assuming that everybody is still a participant in social media despite the Elites’ banning of dissidents.
Putting aside the impossible possibility of people simply unplugging from the New World Order,
From a government standpoint, the current administration is led by President Randall Archer, who took office in January 2025. Archer served as Vice President under President Jaclyn Bennett (2020-2024), who did not seek a second term due to health concerns. The two remain close and Bennett acts as a close confidante and unofficial advisor to President Archer.
It was four paragraphs until the scenario began discussing its feelings.
The majority of President Archer’s senior staff, including Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Dr. Cindra Nagel, are carryovers from Bennett’s administration. At the time of the initial SPARS outbreak Nagel has served in this position for just over three years.
In mid-October 2025, three deaths were reported among members of the First Baptist Church of St. Paul, Minnesota. Two of the church members had recently returned from a missionary trip to the Philippines, where they provided relief to victims of regional floods. The third was the mother of a church member who had also traveled to the Philippines with the church group but who had been only mildly sick himself.
The Narrative of Christianity spreading disease. While this specific case is easily possible, short-term missionary trips are not the work of God. They’re Stella getting her groove. SPARS should be an STD!
Based on the patients’ reported symptoms, healthcare providers initially guessed that they had died from seasonal influenza, which health officials predicted would be particularly virulent and widespread that fall. However, laboratory tests were negative for influenza. Unable to identify the causative agent, officials at the Minnesota Department of Health’s Public Health Laboratory sent the patients’ clinical specimens to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), where scientists confirmed that the patients did not have influenza. One CDC scientist recalled reading a recent ProMed dispatch describing the emergence of a novel coronavirus in Southeast Asia, and ran a pancoronavirus RT-PCR test.
The PCR was never meant to be a diagnostic test. If we’re going to pretend that the 2025 US pResident isn’t Camel-Toe Harris then maybe we could pretend that an accurate test will exist by then? One capable of discriminating between the annual flu and China Pox, like the real-life one didn’t this past winter?
A week later, the CDC team confirmed that the three patients were, in fact, infected with a novel coronavirus, which was dubbed the St. Paul Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus (SPARS-CoV, or SPARS), after the city where the first cluster of cases had been identified.
Standard naming procedure. Remember why the medical community didn’t name Wuhan the WURS or whatever? Because Daddy China said no.
I also notice that in their scenario, SPARS is something that just happens. In real life, the Wuhan biolab origin of Coof is already being scrubbed out of existence. First it was a known fact, now it’s “however the disease happened….”
Concern among many Americans about the severity of SPARS at this point in the outbreak was moderately high. The public’s concern was compounded by the apparent virulence of the pathogen. At the outset of the SPARS outbreak, physicians’ understanding of the disease stemmed primarily from extremely severe cases resulting in pneumonia or hypoxia that required hospitalization and extensive medical treatment.
Yep, that’s COVID.
Mild cases of the disease, which produced symptoms including cough, fever, headaches, and malaise, were often perceived as the flu by the people who had them and consequently often went untreated and undiagnosed by medical personnel.
Yep, that’s COVID.
As a result, early case fatality estimates were inflated.
Early statistics were wildly inaccurate because most people got better without expert help while those who did die were about to die of something else soon anyway?
That. Is. COVID.
Two additional features of the SPARS virus that were not appreciated at the beginning of the pandemic, but that impacted how the outbreak played out, are also important to consider in a review of this event. First, the virus had an extended incubation period (seven to ten days) compared to its latent period (four to five days). Thus, infected persons could spread the virus for up to nearly a week before showing symptoms of the disease themselves. As a result, isolating sick SPARS patients proved to be less effective than isolating patients infected by other, better-characterized respiratory diseases.
In that scenario, you’re screwed. An airborne disease that makes people undetectably highly contagious for a full week? No containment is possible. Grin and bear it.
One notices that such a disease would be the only possible justification for the civilization-ending lockdowns we actually had. Also, such a disease would be 100% certain to have come from a “gain of function” bioweapon research program. Tip: Check for HIV spliced into it.
Second, morbidity and mortality from SPARS were both significantly higher in children than adults. Pregnant women and those with chronic respiratory conditions like asthma and emphysema were also at a higher risk for both disease complications and death.
SPARS ends civilization, women most affected! The pdf has ‘food for thought’ questions scattered throughout:
1) How can health authorities best meet public demands for critical information, such as, “What is the health threat?” and “What do I know about it?” when the crisis is still unfolding and not all the facts are known?
Use the phrase “I don’t know”. Also, do not permanently end all human civilization as a precautionary tactic.
2) What benefits does monitoring trends in social media postings confer on efforts to meet people’s information needs during an evolving health crisis?
Now we’re getting into the meat of this scenario’s accidental purpose,. It’s not actually a discussion of the next Coof-Coof, which if we were serious about, could be prevented by banning high-speed air travel and securing the national border. This is a discussion of how to control society via social media during the continuation of the current Plandemic.
To answer the question, Barbie, if you don’t have anything to say then don’t say anything. I know you females need to express emotion for the sake of it but please, recognize that it’s the verbal version of breathing into a paper bag.
[Early-mid pandemic], no treatment or vaccine for SPARS was approved for use in humans. The antiviral Kalocivir, [an obvious standing for HCQ,] was already a part of the Strategic National Stockpile (SNS) in anticipation of FDA approval, despite some concerns about potential adverse side effects. The lack of concrete information regarding potential treatments in the face of the increasingly rapid spread of SPARS prompted demands from the media, the public, and political leaders for the FDA to be more forthcoming with information on potential treatment options.
An excellent case study in totalitarian government. Having eliminated all the independent-minded dissidents, the government now finds itself in a situation in which it needs to pacify the screaming mobs. The correct answer of “we don’t know, we’re working on it, it’ll be ready when it’s ready” is not going to work because it encourages people to work out the problem for themselves. That’s how dissent happens.
When the truth doesn’t work, you tell the lies that will keep the situation under control. Not the disease situation: your centralized dominion over society. Hence these questions:
1) What risks do public health agencies face if the public, media, and/or political leaders feel that information about potential treatment options is being withheld?
You risk losing your grip on power. You must be perceived as taking action! Operation Warp Speed!
2) What kinds of outreach could public health agencies perform in advance of a crisis to mitigate any perceived lack of transparency? If such a perception emerges in the crisis, then how might it be defused?
“What lies can be prepared in advance?” That’s the one single question that “Doctor Fauci” DID answer. You prop up a grandfatherly-looking puppet who mutters vague platitudes that help the hysterical population believe whatever comforts them.
Shortly after authorizing expanded access to Kalocivir for select patients…
Why select patients? It’s a treatment not a vaccine. If it’s needed then you use it.
…the FDA received reports of an animal vaccine developed by GMI, a multinational livestock conglomerate operating cattle and pig farms in, among other places, Southeast Asia. Since 2021, ranchers had been using the vaccine to prevent a SPARS-like respiratory coronavirus disease in cows and pigs in the Philippines and other Southeast Asian countries. Data provided by GMI suggested that the vaccine was effective at preventing SPARS-like illnesses in cows, pigs, and other hooved mammals, but internal trials revealed several worrisome side effects, including swollen legs, severe joint pain, and encephalitis leading to seizures or death. Because any animals experiencing these side effects were immediately killed, and because animals were typically slaughtered within a year of vaccination, further information regarding the short- and long-term effects of the GMI vaccine was unavailable.
Man, that’s way more optimistic than reality’s “the government offered $500b to the first biotech company that could plausibly claim to have something that worked, and the first company to do so had mutual financial interests with senior government health officials.”
Lacking a viable alternative—and considering the potentially high morbidity and mortality associated with SPARS (at the time the case fatality rate was still considered to be 4.7%)—the United States government contacted GMI in regards to the vaccine.
Injecting livestock medicine that’s known for neurological side effects into humans is also more optimistic than reality’s aborted-baby tissue. “Don’t worry, it’s been cloned and washed and we never gave it a name anyway.”
…HHS Secretary Nagel agreed in principle to invoke the Public Readiness and Emergency Preparedness Act (PREP Act), thereby providing liability protection for CynBio and future vaccine providers in the event that vaccine recipients experienced any adverse effects.
2) How might federal health authorities respond to critics who propose that liability protection for SPARS vaccine manufacturers jeopardizes individual freedom and wellbeing?
If the vaccine is optional then the critics shouldn’t have a problem. If the vaccine is mandatory on threat of house imprisonment without due process, with government raising the possibility of forever revoking basic freedoms for those who refuse, then the critics need to be silenced. Fortunately, we’re Progressive enough now that that means losing social media privileges rather than the traditional bullet to the back of the skull.
3) Once the vaccine becomes broadly available (see the chapter, “Head of the Line Privileges”), how might public health communicators implement the “best practices” principle of enabling people to make their own informed decisions about whether to accept the novel SPARS vaccine?
4) What are the potential consequences of health officials overreassuring the public about the potential risks of a novel SPARS vaccine when long-term effects are not yet known?
Notice they’re talking about using words as spells, invocations to achieve desired results. “What should
sorcerers er, communicators say to calm the public about the unknown? What are likely side effects of reassurance versus noncommittal statements?”
Small groups of individuals spread throughout the country for example, who felt that natural cures such as garlic and vitamins would be more effective at treating SPARS than an “untested” drug, were much less likely to accept Kalocivir as a treatment option or even seek medical attention for SPARS-like symptoms.
Why should they be forced to get a treatment that wasn’t intended for human use in the first place? Because the alternative, the unthinkable, for a government that lusts for total control, is to be seen as not in control.
One of the best examples of this occurred among the Navajo tribe in the southwestern United States. In early February 2026, the newly instated director of the Navajo Area Indian Health Service (NAIHS) took messaging provided by the CDC and modified this so it was more fear-based. His methods included taking the tagline from a CDC message — “See your health care provider if you experience SPARS-like symptoms”—and adding the phrase “SPARS can kill you” at the end.
While the intent of the director was to increase the number of Navajo seeking treatment for SPARS, the modified message, which was widely distributed throughout tribal areas, backfired. Fewer Navajo came forward in the following weeks for treatment from the NAIHS for SPARS-like symptoms. Sensing a mistake had been made, the director reached out to tribal leadership. After intensive dialog the messaging of the NAIHS was changed to reflect Navajo beliefs in sustaining life and eschewing a focus on death. Specifically, the fear-based messaging was replaced with positive messages including “Seeing health care providers for SPARS-like symptoms can help you and your family members live long and happy lives.”
There it is. This hypothetical director tried one set of words after another in order to get the effect he wanted, which was to control the behavior of the Navajo against their better judgment.
Due to the variation in local responses to Kalocivir and persisting anxiety around the outbreak itself, local public health agencies actively tried to address controversies and coordinate public health outreach with local populations. While many of these local public health outreach efforts successfully increased compliance with recommended health actions…
…they were not effective at reaching some special interest groups, including the growing national anti-Kalocivir/natural medicine movement…
Let’s call them Christians because I can’t tolerate the fig leaf that they aren’t discussing right-now WuFlu.
Reports of negative side effects associated with Kalocivir began gaining traction in February 2026. Despite the negative response, public health agencies continued to make progress until February, when a video of a three-year-old boy in North Carolina — who was hospitalized with SPARS and began projectile vomiting immediately after taking a dose of Kalocivir — went viral. In the video clip, the boy’s physician administers a pediatric dose of liquid Kalocivir; a few moments later, the boy begins vomiting profusely, chokes, and then faints while his mother shrieks in the background.
Oh no! A counter-spell!
The social media groundswell quickly overwhelmed the capacity of local, state, and federal agencies to respond, and compliance with public health and medical recommendations dropped considerably.
Red alert! Red alert! Narrative failure in progress! The other kind of progress!
FDA and other government agencies quickly attempted to remind the public that correlation does not equate to causation, and that vomiting was not a known side effect of Kalocivir. This message, while scientifically accurate, lacked appropriate empathy and failed to assuage the public’s mounting fears. As a result, it was largely ignored, and public concern continued to grow.
The truth didn’t work! What can they try next, other than truth?
In the following weeks, officials from the FDA, CDC, and other government organizations attempted to promote positive, accurate information about Kalocivir on several traditional and social media platforms in order to quell public fear.
Lying, of course. But for a good cause!
This messaging, however, was less than optimal both in terms of timing and dissemination. While the government took several days to provide an emotionally appropriate message, the spread of the viral video on social media was exponentially faster.
By the time the government responded, most people across the country had already seen the vomiting video and formed their own conclusions.
Additionally, in their responses, governmental organizations were not able to effectively access all social media platforms. ZapQ groups, for example, had closed memberships and typically could only be accessed via invitations
from group members.
Yay 4chan! Oops, yay ZapQ! And I’m totally, totally certain that they didn’t intend a Q reference.
I am suddenly very interested in how “medical experts” might react to people forming their own opinions in unsupervised corners of the Internet.
Both of these issues prompted government organizations to improve the timing and impact of their social media responses. While most government agencies including the CDC and HHS had long established offices that were directed to coordinate social media and other communication efforts… Compounding this situation was the social media outreach conducted by individual members of the government. Several members of Congress were very active on sites like Twitter where they could leverage their office to spread their own personal beliefs under the guise of public positions.
When you don’t know what to do… find somebody to blame! Witch hunt, ho!
In late May, one of these individuals, a former doctor and current Senator from Iowa, responded to a second vomiting video by tweeting, “Don’t be buffoons! Kalocivir is 100% safe and 100% effective. Correlation does NOT equal Causation!” After being shared tens of thousands of times, the tweet waspicked up by traditional media outlets. This led to multiple awkward news interviews with FDA and CDC officials who had to clarify… the sentiment of the message was correct, Kalocivir did have potential side effects and was not completely effective at treating SPARS.
OUCH! Even in their dreams, the Socialists’ greatest enemy is the truth!
By May 2026, public interest in SPARS had begun to wane. In late April the CDC had publicized an updated case fatality rate estimate, suggesting the SPARS was only fatal in 0.6% of cases in the United States (where access to medical treatment was available). This figure matched public sentiment, widely expressed on social media, that SPARS was not as dangerous as initially thought. Combined with persisting doubts about Kalocivir and the lack of a commercially available SPARS vaccine, the new, lower case fatality rate estimate led the public to grow increasingly hostile toward continued SPARS messaging.
That’s about where we are right now. Great job guys, now make like Iraq: declare victory and GTFO.
In order to overcome the public’s disinterest, the CDC and FDA, in concert with other government agencies and their social media experts, began developing a new public health messaging campaign about SPARS, Kalocivir, and the forthcoming vaccine, Corovax.
I would trust Judas with my money before trusting a bureaucrat with my government.
The purpose of this campaign was to create a core set of messages that could be shared by all public health and government agencies over the next several months during which time the SPARS vaccine would be introduced. Even though the disease was less fatal than initially thought, it remained expensive to treat in its severe form and even mild cases had substantial impacts on economic productivity across the country.
In late May, three messages were approved by the cross-agency committee established to produce the messaging campaign: one addressing the nature and risks of SPARS, one regarding the effectiveness of Kalocivir, and one about the anticipated release of Corovax. These messages were broadly shared via all relevant government agencies’ internet and social media accounts. In an effort to further reach certain population subgroups, agency officials enlisted the help of well-known scientists, celebrities, and government officials to make short videos and Zap clips and, in a few cases, give interviews to major media outlets. Among those chosen were former President Jaclyn Bennett; BZee, a popular hiphop star; and Paul Farmer, co-founder of Partners in Health and a renowned global health expert.
“Spells work better when they’re spoken by trusted people!”
This is 1985:
This is 2021:
BZee’s original Zap clip was widely shared, particularly among African American and urban populations; however, in an interview aired on Access Hollywood during which he was asked about the accelerated clinical trials for Corovax, BZee noted his admiration for those who volunteered to participate in the trials, and then compared these recent volunteers to volunteers in previous healthrelated studies “including the men who volunteered at Tuskegee.” The resulting backlash, particularly from African Americans, undermined the effectiveness of BZee’s efforts.
*GunnerQ literally rolls on floor laughing* But… but… noggers wuz kangs an sheet! Wakanda!
I must admit, they’re keeping this much more real than I’d expected at the start.
Not long after, 60 Minutes aired a live, nationally broadcast interview with former President Bennett. When asked if she would want her new grandson to receive Kalocivir, Bennett, caught off-guard, paused and eventually gave a hesitant, somewhat contradictory response: “Well, I – experts say the drug is safe. And it’s not easy, but I think…Everyone should make the decision that’s best for their family.” Video clips from this interview were shared widely on social media and by traditional media outlets, leading many healthcare professionals and members of the public to criticize Bennett for not taking a strong stance in support of Kalocivir.
Speaking of kangs an sheet, do we have a black knight ally in Johns Hopkins? I can write off the first derp-story as humor… no… no, these days in a major institution, it’s a risk to tell ANY kind of a nogger joke.
But yeah, this is exactly what happens when one relies on spells woven of words to control the behaviors of others. Jesus the White eventually shows up to evict Saruman’s bony ass from his Tower of Power. Using hip-hop artists only speeds up the process.
The aftermath of the interview, however, did galvanize many House and Senate Republicans to support Kalocivir use in earnest in an effort to demonstrate their opposition to from the former Democratic President.
Exposed to the light of truth, cockroaches run and hide behind their loyal-opposition Republicans. We always knew there was a reason they kept the Federalist solvent.
Given the ability of powerful, popular figures to reinforce or to undermine public health messages, what steps might health authorities—at either national or local levels—take to reverse the negative effects of BZee’s unintended linkage of Tuskegee and Corovax, or Bennett’s tepid, uncertain support for Kalocivir?
“As a thought experiment, how would you have handled Bzee’s miscast spell? Put your hand down, Weird Al Yankovic.”
While government agencies were spreading the newly tooled public health messages about SPARS, Kalocivir, and Corovax through a variety of traditional and social media outlets, several popular platforms were overlooked. A notable example was UNEQL, a social media interface used at the time almost exclusively by college students. UNEQL was designed and first used at the University of California Berkeley in 2023.
They really are taking this scenario into spellcasting and Narrative control seriously. I had expected only to hit the highlights but they keep coming, and we’re only a third of the way through the PDF!
The initial purpose of the interface was to provide undergraduate college students with a common forum to collectively critique local, national, and international social and economic policies such as anti-immigration laws and drug policies.
Good citizens have goodthinks!
By 2026, the interface still maintained a critical focus but had expanded to include an underground news reporting system, led by seven primary “reporters” across the country; a satirical news feed that could be streamed as a caption on any program running on IAT; and special interest message boards accessible to anyone. While UNEQL was the primary news source of many college students on the east and west coasts, its existence and particularly its prominence was largely unknown outside of college communities and completely ignored by most public health agencies.
1) [Why] are the roles of a media-literate staff and organizational capacity to communicate via both social and traditional media platforms critical to understanding and influencing public debates about an MCM like Kalocivir?
This is how the Left sees education. They educate you again and again until you agree with them.
CHANGING HORSES MIDSTREAM: Chapter 9
I haven’t given chapter headers before but now we’re heading into what’s about to happen rather than recapping the past.
In mid-June 2026, Laso Therapeutics, the sponsor for Kalocivir’s clinical trials, released data from a large randomized controlled trial (RCT). The new data suggested that Kalocivir was less effective at treating SPARS than initially thought and was, in fact, on par with [european rivals] Ribavirin and VMax, both of which showed low efficacy as SPARS treatments.
There it is. A smoking gun that this entirely, entirely fictitious medical community might have been so eager to be seen in control of the situation, that they didn’t actually do their jobs.
Sic semper bureaucrat.
These results led the FDA to conclude that all currently available drugs were only minimally effective at treating SPARS. In response, the CDC suggested that healthcare providers continue to provide palliative care to SPARS patients and that, if necessary, patients with more mild cases could use over-the-counter medications to alleviate symptoms. Ultimately, this left providers to address patient concerns and demands on their own, which proved frustrating for them and many of their patients.
That describes sooo many of modern society’s mask zombies. Everybody wants the respect of being a super-surgeon-scientist and they don’t really care if they have the skill to justify that respect. It’s Eve envying Adam his male privilege all over again. What solution will be attempted for when the vaccines inexplicably turn out to not be vaccines?
Immediately following the release of the RCT data, current US President Archer, HHS Secretary Nagel, officials from other government organizations, and scientists across the country publicly praised the FDA and CDC for their responses and updated guidelines.
I said it first! Make like Iraq: declare victory and GTFO.
The response on social media, however, was largely negative.
At about this point, you would not have negative social media. You would have open revolt. Everything about the plandemic thus far has carefully avoided those troublesome dissidents and assumed that the jabs will have no future consequences beyond a quick buck for Big Pharma.
Citing the vomiting video, reports about VMax from Europe, and the communication blunders made by President Bennett and BZee, citizens across the country took to Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Vine, and ZapQ to assert that the changing messages merely proved that scientists knew very little about how to deal with SPARS. Common social media messages shared during this time included #FakeScience and #GoNatural. The response was particularly vitriolic from the burgeoning natural medicine movement.
Those damn Christians! What can we do about them?
Step one: target and track.
To determine how to best distribute limited doses of Corovax to members of priority groups across the country, the US government resorted to new, controversial tactics; notably, having healthcare providers access patients’ electronic health records (EHRs) to determine the number of individuals in high-risk populations receiving care in particular areas. Due to widespread increases in EHR use since 2020, this method proved to be highly effective, enabling providers to quickly tabulate the number of pregnant women and young adults 19-22 with chronic respiratory conditions.
And immediately place them in lockdown quarantine until they can be forcibly vaccinated for the new bug-of-the-month. With the push of a button and not their consent.
In some communities, like Los Angeles County, California, this method also identified neighborhoods with limited access to primary care.
COVID passports were never just about COVID. They’re here to stay.
Based on this data, the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health began intensive public vaccination campaigns in those areas. The use of EHRs was not without controversy, however. Some US citizens were upset because they believed the federal government was accessing private patient data. This stemmed from a misunderstanding on the citizens’ part: the federal government was not accessing patients’ EHRs directly, but rather was relying on healthcare organizations and providers to access patients’ EHR and then report summary information (specifically, the number of people in the targeted groups) to the CDC, FDA, and other government agencies.
Why Google Health failed: Too little, too soon
28 June 2011
Google’s online personal health record (PHR) service failed because of its relative obscurity and lack of capabilities, according to health care industry experts. Google said late last week it would shutter Google Health on Jan. 1, 2012, since the PHR service has failed to gain widespread adoption.
While it offered people a way to store health information in a centralized online location, Google Health was mainly an aggregation service with little to offer mainstream consumers other than an online scrapbook of medical information. Google itself admitted that adoption was mainly among tech-savvy patients and fitness enthusiasts.
“We haven’t found a way to translate that limited usage into widespread adoption in the daily health routines of millions of people,” Google said in its blog post about the service.
Google launched a beta of Google Health in mid-2008 as a rival to Microsoft’s HealthVault personal health record service.
IDC Health Insights analyst Lynne Dunbrack said Google Health failed for a number of reasons, though the biggest was that people were unaware that it even existed because of ineffective marketing.
No, it failed because it was an opt-in system. Google Health only had the data that users wanted it to have: not much.
“Many PHRs have been nothing more than medical scrapbooks, and the biggest challenge for Google Health is they had a fairly limited number of data sources,” she said.
Government gave you your privacy rights so Government can take them away, too!
California Bill AB 2004
Existing law, the Confidentiality of Medical Information Act, prohibits providers of health care, health care service plans, contractors, employers, and third party administrators, among others, from disclosing medical information, as defined, without the patient’s written authorization, subject to certain exceptions, as specified.
This bill would require the Government Operations Agency, on or before July 1, 2021, to appoint a working group, consisting of representatives from the public and private sectors, as specified, to explore the use of verifiable health credentials for communication of COVID-19 test results or other medical test results in this state. The bill would require the working group to report its recommendations to the Legislature on or before July 1, 2022. The bill would require the Department of Consumer Affairs to, among other things, in consultation with the working group, develop and maintain a verifiable issuer registry, as defined.
…The working group shall consist of representatives from the public and private sectors, including state health-related agencies, health care providers, privacy and civil liberties groups, independent nonprofit or not-for-profit information technology groups with specific expertise in the development and use of verifiable credentials, and a business based in California that offers services centered on the provision and authentication of verifiable credentials.
Step 2 for handling “those damn Christians”: Converge the leadership.
LOVERS AND HATERS: CHAPTER THIRTEEN
Early on in the Corovax vaccination campaign, anti-vaccination groups began emerging on social media platforms. These groups initially came from four primary sources: Muslim groups across the country, who opposed the vaccine on the basis that the original formulation was used to treat pigs; African Americans, who refused vaccination based on continued fear of governmental experimentation on African American populations; alternative medicine proponents, who had also been active in campaigning against Kalocivir; and anti-vaccination activists, who were galvanized by the anti-antivaccination sentiment associated with the nationwide measles outbreak in 2015.
With the exception of this last group, none of the anti-vaccination movements were cohesively organized initially, existing primarily in small, isolated pockets across the country. The general antivaccination proponents, however, existed as a core, national group long before the SPARS pandemic.
It’s not just anti-vaxxers this time. Just sayin’, when the government puts a gun to my head and tell me Jesus is a disease, my response will be heartfelt.
Acknowledging the authority held by local imams, these officials held community meetings with local Somali leaders to engage the local community and posted culturally relevant information on a website specifically designed for their Somali Muslim constituents. By enlisting the support of local Muslim leadership, these efforts ultimately led to high levels of Corovax acceptance among Somali Muslims in King County.
The arrogance of All Progress Is Good Progress thinking is breathtaking.
The concerns of African Americans were very different. Distrust of new treatments, including vaccines, was not a new phenomenon among African American communities. The legacy of the Tuskegee syphilis experiments and the fact that during the 2014 Ebola outbreak, experimental therapeutics were not made available to Thomas Eric Duncan (a Liberian traveler who had died of Ebola in Dallas, Texas)…
I still remember the furor when the CDC deliberately shipped Africans so sick with Ebola that they were vomiting blood into the heartland of the United States for “testing”. I do not know the names of the people who thwarted the release of Ebola at the time, but thank you.
…nor to many West African communities struck by Ebola, meant that many African Americans — particularly those living in communities consuming media through local, traditional media platforms — feared the possibility of being subjected to scientific experimentation. These fears worsened during healthcare providers’ analysis of EHRs in Los Angeles County, which identified many African American communities (as well as other minority populations) as lacking access to primary care. In some areas, aggressive public health vaccination campaigns were locally interpreted as direct examples of experimentation. Repurposing hashtags like #BlackLivesMatter, some African Americans in these communities began to actively campaign against Corovax.
CORRECTLY interpreted as direct examples!
These protests, along with the anti-vaccine messages shared by the supergroup, subsequently received wide, national coverage through traditional media outlets, including local and national television news channels. While the US government attempted to respond to claims raised by the anti-vaccination super-group, their messages did not reach many members of the anti-vaccination groups because they had already tailored their social media and news feeds to reflect only the opinions of those with whom they agreed.
I have been trying SO hard to not curse at the hypocrisy and inhumanity on display here…
On the other hand, the government messages were effective among some segments of the general US population who had not limited their news feeds, and more importantly, they served to galvanize a burgeoning pro-vaccination campaign.
…but they keep provoking me! I don’t even know what it’s like to have a limited news feed! I couldn’t avoid the Socialists by hiding under a rock in the wilderness because Wi-Fi!
Paul Farmer, the renowned global health expert, provided the dialogue for the first of these, wherein he lauded the safety and efficacy of Corovax and underscored the dangers of SPARS. His only regret, he said, was that the vaccine could not yet be made available to everyone on the planet. In the second message, former President Bennett redeemed herself by televising her vaccination as well as the vaccination of two of her granddaughters.
One last try of the early methods. More education. More ‘Trusted Leaders’. More ‘Mommy Cares!’
And then, Step 3 of handling “those damn Christians!”, after tracking us and coopting our leaders failed:
As time passed and more people across the United States were vaccinated, claims of adverse side effects began to emerge. Several parents claimed that their children were experiencing neurological symptoms similar to those seen among livestock exposed to the GMI vaccine. By May 2027, parental anxiety around this claim had intensified to the point of lawsuits. That month, a group of parents whose children developed mental retardation as a result of encephalitis in the wake of Corovax vaccination sued the federal government, demanding removal of the liability shield protecting the pharmaceutical companies responsible for developing and manufacturing Corovax.
TOTALLY a hypothetical situation. Couldn’t happen in real life. Just because your symptoms match the fate of Doctor Feelgood’s pig means NOTHING!!! You ignorant peasant!
The growing plaintiff cohort quickly withdrew their suit upon learning that the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Trust Fund (NVICTF) and an emergency appropriation of funds authorized by Congress under the PREP Act existed to provide financial reimbursement to those who were adversely affected by the Corovax vaccine in order to cover healthcare costs and other related expenses.
Pay them hush money, how original.
The focus on adverse side effects, however, resulted in a considerable increase in the number of compensation claims filed, and many grew concerned about the long-term effects that Corovax could have on their health. This concern was particularly high among some African American parents who continued to question the government’s motives regarding the Corovax vaccination campaign.
“Big Brother lied to us AGAIN!” That totally won’t happen with real COVID, either.
While the FDA, CDC, and other agencies were busy researching possible connections between Corovax and the reported neurological side effects, their efforts were continually undermined by epidemiological analyses produced by various non-governmental individuals and groups. A popular science blogger EpiGirl, for example, began posting interactive maps of the incidence of Corovax side effects in April 2027. To create the maps, EpiGirl collected anecdotes of adverse Corovax side effects using Facebook, Twitter and YouTube and combined them with data downloaded from the HHS Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS), a national vaccine safety surveillance program maintained by the CDC and FDA. EpiGirl also encouraged those among her subscribers who were Apple product users to share health data with her via Apple’s ResearchKit and HealthKit applications. EpiGirl’s maps were consequently shared widely in social media circles and even included in local and national news reports.
The federal government became concerned about the validity of EpiGirl’s anecdotal data and the widespread sharing of patient information via the internet.
“Yes, you conclusively proved that we’re evil scumbags who are exclusively responsible for the failing health of the entire global population of humanity, an act of genocidal treachery so big that it’ll never be repeated for eternity, but you also shared patient info without our permission so your results aren’t valid.”
Even in their daydreams, SJWs always lie and double down.
EpiGirl’s data showed a significantly higher incidence rate of nearly every reported side effect; however, federal officials believed that this was largely due to duplicate entries resulting from compiling data from multiple sources. Additionally, EpiGirl’s data did not seek to address the cause of the reported side effects, only the incidence rate.
Rebuilding the mound of a failed Narrative!
I am astonished that these authors are lying to themselves and the world even as a theoretical exercise. But then, my thesis from the beginning is that this SPARS scenario is *not* theoretical.
Publication of similar results from organizations such as Patients-Like-Me, a group closely associated
with the natural medicine movement…
…further legitimized these independent reports. The government attempted to respond to these claims through formal press releases, but these were neither as visually appealing nor as interactive as EpiGirl’s maps and were, therefore, largely ignored.
What happens when there are no spells left to cast, no leaders still Trusted and hush money doesn’t work?
As these cases emerged, patients began filing for compensation under the PREP Act. Due to lingering uncertainties over possible links between vaccination and reported neurological symptoms, their compensation requests were placed on indefinite hold, pending further data analysis.
Wait for the crisis to blow over, eh? Worth a try but unlikely when “Our flesh is rotting off our bones because we trusted you!” The scenario doesn’t say the answer but history does. If your government is totalitarian, and you’re too sick to be productive, and nobody will hear you scream if your social media account is deleted… then those contact tracers will trace you down for one last contact and Big Brother will save a buck, less the cost of a bullet.
So, there’s how the Deep State views this Plandemic. Its top priority is appearing wise and informative even if it’s actually making the problem worse. Anybody who points that out will be in dire need of more education. Its primary vehicle for controlling the population is first magic words on social media, then Trusted Leader convergence, and then by tracking us, marginalizing us and finally… we Christians know what’s coming… locking us out of the global economy to starve in the outer darkness of extreme self-reliance. As if we would want to stay for the inevitable!