Here’s what I have observed from Omicron data around the globe. Omicron is amazingly infectious. It also equally infects the ‘vaccinated’ and the unvaccinated. Seemingly most of us may get this bug. However, don’t be afraid…
[ 2022 Update below – via chief epidemiologist / Denmark ]
Here’s the Christmas present… Covid is over. Omicron symptoms are incredibly mild compared to past variants. And for most people it’s barely a cold, if that. This is clearly spelling the end of the Covid misadventure.
I respect Dr. Chris Martenson whom I’ve somewhat followed for many years. He has also been a sensible source of data analysis since Covid began. His unique ability to slice through data and present the logic is admirable.
Having recently read the following article, and having watched the associated video presentation (technical analysis of Omicron data / numbers), I felt compelled to share it with our readers here on Modern Survival Blog.
Why? Because it’s good news. Please ignore the fear mongering about Omicron. It is pure hype. Fear not, because this Covid misadventure might be coming to an end.
Omicron Fears Are Not Deserved
Various world leaders, mainstream press outlets, and pharma companies are working hard to whip up fear and anxiety about omicron. Are those negative emotions deserved? No, not in the slightest.
Omicron spells the end of Covid
Omicron spells the end of the Covid misadventure. At least that’s what the data suggests at this time. That’s great news. For you and me. Not so much for power and money-conflicted corporations and politicians who are rather attached to Covid being an endless and mind-numbingly expensive affair.
Omicron is explosively transmissive, but…
Omicron is explosively transmissive, that is quite true, but it is also incredibly mild compared to past variants of concern. For most people it’s barely a cold, if that. Sniffles, a headache, and some tiredness.
True, a very small percentage of people run into trouble with it, but that’s been true of every prior cold and flu in history. It’s just how it works, and setting a new bar that says “our goal for omicron is zero deaths or illness” is simply delusional. Life is a risk. Bad things sometimes happen. We absorb the losses and we move on.
Resist the imposition of new rules
Before your country’s leadership uses omicron as an excuse to lock you down further, to destroy your economy even more, and to hamper your ability to live a full and rich life, you should do your best to learn the data and then share it. If necessary resist the imposition of new rules and agitate for the relaxation of old ones.
Omicron doesn’t care if someone is vaxed or not
More to the point, omicron doesn’t care if someone is vaccinated or not. It explosively moves through every population it has entered as if there were zero difference between vaccinated and unvaccinated people. In other words, vaccines do nothing to temper the flow of omicron within or across a country.
Covid is over
Bottom line: There’s no more reason to lock people down or to enforce vaccine mandates. Covid is over. The data is all coming up roses for omicron. The best we could have possibly hoped for. That’s what the data says.
Remember, if the data changes, so will I, but until then, this is where we are.
~ Chris Martenson from PeakProsperity.com
Chris Martenson discussing Omicron Data:
[ Update JAN 3, 2022 ]
Omicron Data Study – ‘We Will Have Our Normal Lives Back’
Denmark health chief says Omicron is bringing about the END of the pandemic and ‘we will have our normal lives back in two months’.
Tyra Grove Krause, chief epidemiologist at Denmark’s State Serum Institute said the Covid-19 Omicron variant is bringing about the end of the pandemic, ‘we will have our normal lives back in two months’.
The expert said that the highly infectious Omicron variant appears milder, and therefore more people will be infected without having serious symptoms.
As a result, she said, this will provide a good level of immunity in the population.
‘Omicron will peak at the end of January , and in February we will see declining infection pressure and a decreasing pressure on the health care system,’ she said.