The Pandemic That Never Was
Commie-19 is not a pandemic.
It’s a propaganda victory for the Fourth Reich, euphemistically known as the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
The Zombie Apocalypse has begun, and you are the HERO of the story.
What is a pandemic?
The Great Plague of London (1665-1666) qualifies.
The Comet of 1664 was a harbinger of disaster.
Lucy Inglis (Georgian London: Into the Streets, 2013) wrote …
“The Plague killed approximately 100,000 Londoners over the summer of 1665. Amsterdam had been devastated the year before, and London knew it was only a matter of time before the disease arrived.
According to the same source …
“By September, the death toll had hit 7,000 a week. The Lord Mayor ordered London’s cats and dogs to be exterminated as a misguided precaution against the spread of the disease: ‘they talked of forty thousand dogs, and five times as many cats; few houses being without a cat’. Free from predators, the toxic rat population boomed.”
The Comet of 1664 wasn’t done yet.
It had more work to do.
The Great Plague of London was quickly followed by the Great Fire of London.
Shakespeare’s London disappeared on September 1, 1666.
Walter George Bell (The Great Fire of London in 1666, Second Edition, 1920) wrote …
“It is a popular superstition that the Fire, scorching the ground deep down, burnt out the Plague harboured in the soil, which never thereafter appeared in the metropolis. The good work that the Fire accomplished was to burn out the decaying, fever-haunted, and horribly insanitary houses, and to purge with flame the unwholesome conditions under which the citizens had been compelled to live. The London which arose under the new Building Acts was different in everything that counts for the welfare of human life. I am no enthusiast for such wholesale destruction as the Fire occasioned of historical things which later generations value, but for the health of London the Fire was a crowning mercy.”
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