The Real Reasons Coronavirus Hits Some Communities Harder Than Others

13 Geg 2020
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The Bronx has fewer people than Manhattan but almost double the amount of COVID-19 cases and deaths. We dive into the economic, societal, and healthcare landscapes of the two New York City boroughs to understand why COVID-19 is two times deadlier in the Bronx.
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The Real Reasons Coronavirus Hits Some Communities Harder Than Others

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    Chris EvanChris EvanPrieš 14 dienų
  • Those statistics thou, damn

    Alvin AlphonsusAlvin AlphonsusPrieš mėn
  • The brinx needs islam

    Faris AbdurrahmanFaris AbdurrahmanPrieš 2 mėnesius
  • Bronx ppl thought covid19 is a hoax that's why they don't wash their hands

    eXpress URSELfeXpress URSELfPrieš 3 mėnesius
  • How black people get from this more then white people Covid is racist

  • ……………when you live in Brooklyn

    White not susWhite not susPrieš 4 mėnesius
  • This is a stunning although Asian mix up 14% percent of the population their percentage in depth is only 7%. You should document this why it is happening. I think this will make interesting finding. Is it ethnicity, race, colour or purely habits out of a long cultural legacy.

    singh r psingh r pPrieš 4 mėnesius
    • Plese read mix as makes and depth as death in previous post.

      singh r psingh r pPrieš 4 mėnesius
  • There were a lot of people in the Bronx who were admitted to the hospital as a suspect case, and while they were waiting for their test they were put in a room with a confirmed case. A lot of those didn't have covid initially but caught it while they were in the hospital. From there it was a race to get the government subsidy by putting patients on ventilators as quickly as possible.

    thomabbthomabbPrieš 4 mėnesius
  • Those in poverty or lower income areas are harder hit.

    MMPrieš 4 mėnesius
  • well... poor ppl can't wash their hand?? didn't know dat :)

    Yu KayYu KayPrieš 5 mėnesių
  • Station island make up 80% whites

    jermain burnettjermain burnettPrieš 5 mėnesių
  • Just think about it put who make more money generally eat more healthier and people who make less money eat less healthier

    Joshua TangJoshua TangPrieš 5 mėnesių
  • Coronavirus is spreading

    Alex PlaysAlex PlaysPrieš 5 mėnesių
  • Mohammad Shakeel

    Mohammed ShakeelMohammed ShakeelPrieš 6 mėnesių

    Hank ClingingsmithHank ClingingsmithPrieš 6 mėnesių
  • It's almost like every city listed is currently run by Democrats and has been for many years. Hence high taxes, fewer businesses, and poverty. Time to get out of those big cities folks!

    Aaron JonesAaron JonesPrieš 6 mėnesių
  • You can't even get proper masks for citizens, for crying out loud. What do you expect to happen among crowded cities, both in the US and abroad?... Health and recovery?... Or a 2nd wave on the horizon + more of a pandemic tidal wave that may closely follow and spread it far and wide, again?...

    KnowledgeAppliedKnowledgeAppliedPrieš 6 mėnesių
  • Having enough N95 & N99 masks, gloves, hand sanitizer, and good health to go around (e.g. non-gmo food, less pharmaceuticals, more access to affordable health care and healthy food, purified water, etc.) isnt exactly a top priority of the government, for starters. Let's start there, shall we?...

    KnowledgeAppliedKnowledgeAppliedPrieš 6 mėnesių
  • Business Insider, is it? Same MSM outfit that flags videos for ideological reasons? Nothing but yet another propaganda outlet, disguised as honorable publication. And not that I care for a side or another, but the same publication seem to have something against Tesla especially. I wonder what that´s about... I thought publications exist to publish, not to censor; maybe I have to check the dictionary.

    Ivrish con-AbarthIvrish con-AbarthPrieš 6 mėnesių
  • Vitamin D! People (especially people of color) have vitamin D defficiency which hampers the immune system. Especially people of color should keep an eye on their vitamin D level because they produce less vitamin D from the sun.

    Sybrand StrawoudSybrand StrawoudPrieš 6 mėnesių
  • Thumbs down for every video with a click bait-y title

    Shrinivas SudhirShrinivas SudhirPrieš 6 mėnesių
  • I really hope people in the Bronx are able to get out after this. I don't want to live in this country anymore.

    thetrainguy1thetrainguy1Prieš 6 mėnesių
    • I'll buy you a one way ticket. Send us a post card. Bye.

      thomabbthomabbPrieš 4 mėnesius
  • I’m from the Bronx, and this don’t shock me I only go out to work and shop for food every week. I still see ppl hanging out in front of the buildings

    Marcelino RodriguezMarcelino RodriguezPrieš 6 mėnesių
  • Because we have neanderthal DNA and black people dont.

    Picklewiickle.Picklewiickle.Prieš 6 mėnesių
  • I live in CT, I noticed the wealthier areas were hit harder and more often.

    STEVE PSTEVE PPrieš 6 mėnesių
  • Compared Nassau country is Wealthy state in New York state

    jermain burnettjermain burnettPrieš 6 mėnesių
  • The Bronx is the lowest income county’s in new York state

    jermain burnettjermain burnettPrieš 6 mėnesių
    • When she goes off about obesity and like poor exercise. You don't need a gym to get exercise.She makes it sound like you do! No. You can go outside and run or walk for a couple hours. Put on some music & go! Even put on a work out DVD in your home to follow like workout with no gym equipment. There are a ton of youtube videos too! I just think some people are too lazy to exercise.

      Pasta ChocolatePasta ChocolatePrieš 4 mėnesius
    • well... poor ppl can't wash their hand?? didn't know dat :)

      Yu KayYu KayPrieš 5 mėnesių

  • If you live in the Bronx and have covid19 then make sure to infect people living in Manhattan, that's what i'm going to do if i catch this virus.... we should all prosper equally OR suffer equally

    george mendezgeorge mendezPrieš 6 mėnesių
  • if you live in the Bronx, you also don't have to pay taxes.... No representation = No Taxes, therefor tax evasion is LEGAL!.... KNOW YOUR RIGHTS!

    george mendezgeorge mendezPrieš 6 mėnesių
  • I don’t want to be rude but why just not move away? Why not leave New York City and go somewhere else that is cheaper? Why not save up to move entirely and go somewhere else?

    CakeisgoodCakeisgoodPrieš 6 mėnesių
    • Because it isn’t that easy to just get up and move? You’re lucky you don’t know the struggles. Not everyone can just get up and move.

      LesleyLesleyPrieš 6 mėnesių
  • Poor hygiene habits!

    joe franjoe franPrieš 6 mėnesių
  • I thought we in Queens were the worst hit borough i guess we have been unseated. Pray for the Bronx truly!

    Rafick BdaroRafick BdaroPrieš 6 mėnesių
  • But is this really due to ethnicity? Everything they pointed out seems to be due to income. Ethnicity and income are related sure but I'm sure rich people of all ethnicities do better. That's not really new.

    JulieJuliePrieš 6 mėnesių
  • New York who has Democrat officials has the highest number of infected and deaths in the entire country. And you still blame Trump and deify Cuomo. Cuomo sent covid patients back to nursing homes! How stupid can you get?

    ThisTroperThisTroperPrieš 6 mėnesių
  • New York polluted ozone recipe for death certificate..

    dj Curiositydj CuriosityPrieš 6 mėnesių
  • This is a very precise analysis of the reason contributing to more death numbers from the NY state. The wealth income gap and importance to hygiene + access to clean living are some of factors. Moreover, reasons like education of general population in these two areas and awareness pertaining to sane and better living standards is definitely higher in Manhattan as Bronx. The dietary consumption of excessive sugary or salty products is also one of the prime factors contributing to rising numbers. It is a a very sad story to learn that this is the true depiction of USA, not the wealthy and opulent scenes what they show in movies just to allure public. So, the bottomline is the wealth gap keeps increasing with rising inflation, the rich becomes richer and poor becomes continues to become poorer.

    Ankit SinghAnkit SinghPrieš 6 mėnesių
  • But cost of living in bronx are much cheaper right?

    Rodney Mark EstrellaRodney Mark EstrellaPrieš 6 mėnesių
    • No, not really. Developers have been taking notice and purchasing neighborhoods. Recall how she mentioned all those highways, sanitation, departments and whole sale distribution centers? In the last 11 years developers have tried making the South Bronx the new "hippie brooklyn" to the point of which there are signs with their new name for the neighborhood: "SoBro". Right next to those industrial distribution centers, auto body shops, and public housing, they're building their "tall, high rise residences" they stick out like sore thumbs. It's but a step in their agenda to gentrify a neighborhood to raise property value w/o really serving the lower income residence in the borough who has been there for generations. Then their landlords see these new buildings and start raising rents on tenants whom already don't have disposable income and probably are not in a work environment where they can negotiate a raise in wages. As a Bronx resident, during Corona and NY Pause, food prices have increased in a borough where many have lost their jobs or are essential workers. The 2 churches near my home used to have a few seniors in line on food pantry days once a week. Now the lines are around the corner as early as 6 AM everyday of people of every age, gender, color, and with their families. I've seen posts online from friends who live in Manhattan saying they've noticed they haven't heard sirens from EMTs anymore or less of them as early as late April. The entire month of March, April, and May sounded like 9/11 all day, all night. It's the end of May and only now can I say that.

      soxpuffsoxpuffPrieš 6 mėnesių

    Kennita PombarKennita PombarPrieš 6 mėnesių
  • It's basically the wealthy vs the poor

    Contingency theoryContingency theoryPrieš 6 mėnesių
    • They don't listen ,don't follow rules, tell them to socially distance and they're still having block parties hanging out all night.

      AP APAP APPrieš 4 mėnesius
    • Yeah

      ანდრეი ველასჰოანდრეი ველასჰოPrieš 4 mėnesius
    • well... poor ppl can't wash their hand?? didn't know dat :)

      Yu KayYu KayPrieš 5 mėnesių
    • Because we have neanderthal DNA and black people dont. that is why. This has nothing to do with anything other than that

      Picklewiickle.Picklewiickle.Prieš 6 mėnesių
  • Then why don't people in Bronx study and get better jobs and move out.

    Eun Su ChangEun Su ChangPrieš 6 mėnesių
  • 1:35 CrAcKs!!!!

    WeatherManToBeWeatherManToBePrieš 6 mėnesių
  • AOC

    Tenzin KalsangTenzin KalsangPrieš 6 mėnesių
  • Bronx is both denser and poorer than the rest of NY, true. The poor inhabitants consist of all kind of race. Unless you can prove that 15% white bronxer somehow fare better than 85% non white bronxer then your effort to make as if virus recognize race is vapid, vacuous if not dangerously provocative.

    Internet W4nk3rInternet W4nk3rPrieš 6 mėnesių
  • Business Insider supports censorship. Fake journalists.

    the channelthe channelPrieš 6 mėnesių
  • in short, covid-19 reveals the reality in every sector

    SeafoxSeafoxPrieš 6 mėnesių
  • Neighborhoods above 96 st in Manhattan behave, had have demographics, very similar to the south Bronx. By lumping them in with Manhattan, you are severely undermining the disparity between the Bronx and general Manhattan.

    117at117atPrieš 6 mėnesių
  • The white majority republicans, couldn’t care less...

    tidusfantasytidusfantasyPrieš 6 mėnesių
    • Of course they care but the state is run by libtard democrats? so, do democrats care?

      RaigouRaigouPrieš 6 mėnesių
    • You really think dems care?

      Mary OchoaMary OchoaPrieš 6 mėnesių
    • Albert Moyer Jr -Yes, let’s just view HIStory from your circumscribed, view point. Dare not to broaden your outlook, and see things from a different perspective. Stay safely tucked away, with your scripted pretext, as it allows you to be indifferent, and enforces the lies your HIStory was founded upon. To survive, because you are evil and manipulative, doesn’t make you more fit. To deprive people, of the same rights and resources, and then blame them, shows how inept and sadistic people really are.

      GeminII*GeminII*Prieš 6 mėnesių
    • White majority Republicans are suffering less because they have a different work ethic. You can follow the work ethic all throughout European history. It boils down to strength, adaptation, and survival of the fittest. You can teach a man to fish(Republican) or give a man a fish(Democrat). The one that learns to fish will do better.

      Albert Moyer JrAlbert Moyer JrPrieš 6 mėnesių
  • usa is nothing like how they show it to us in the movies, is it?

    Albay Hüsamettin BeyAlbay Hüsamettin BeyPrieš 6 mėnesių
    • Those who believed that all Americans lived like the characters of Beverly Hills 90210 are really stupid

      jean carlojean carloPrieš 4 mėnesius
    • The good old American days were back in the 40's and 80's, a lot changed for the bad...

      Theodore RooseveltTheodore RooseveltPrieš 4 mėnesius
    • The US with well off rich and fucked up poor? Yes, it's just like in the movies.

      viktro546viktro546Prieš 5 mėnesių
    • they don't show you the real black people, that's why.

      RaigouRaigouPrieš 6 mėnesių
    • My life is great and my parents are teachers the thing is that New York City is so expensive do it forces many of these people to live like shit in suburbs it’s much better

      Gilad BaumanGilad BaumanPrieš 6 mėnesių
  • Llama 89

    Your GrandmaYour GrandmaPrieš 6 mėnesių
  • the poeple of the bronx have turned their area into a shithole for decades now. it's as simple as that. why would anyone want to set up a business there (health clinic, grocery store, gym etc). why don't you do a video about the high crime rates in the bronx?

    RaigouRaigouPrieš 6 mėnesių
  • Stop lying. People living in the Bronx have worse personal hygiene and don't mind their personal space as much as people living in Manhattan.

    RaigouRaigouPrieš 6 mėnesių
    • Absolutely. But it’s probably somehow racist to point that out.

      Gg NotreGg NotrePrieš 6 mėnesių
  • Why are you flagging peoples videos and then asking them how they feel about you writing stories about it.

  • Hello Business Insider Viewers: I am a former Subscriber to this channel & I want everyone to know that Business Insider Journalist Martin Coulter - likely enabled by his organization- has worked to get candid, truth-seeking video of a discussion on COVID-19 with a _*Professor of Medicine (!!) BANNED & suppressed from LTworlds *because the Professor questioned or disagreed with the WHO (even though it showed signs of having compromised or questionable ethics). Martin Coulter falsely claimed that both were "hard-right" - which I know to be a fabrication by the Journalist, as I am a subscriber and Left of Center and Liberal reasonably familiar with his material. He didn't give evidence for this smear either. So basically this means that *Business Insider is against ordinary Journalistic Freedom and integrity which underpins our Society and which is necessary for truth-seeking about a contested topic - even by Medical Experts on the topic of Medicine.* This is not about disagreement about what the truth is about COVID-19 (I personally approve of the Govts response & am currently skeptical of conspiracies about COVID-19)- this is about a Professional Journalist (or enabling media organization) with such a lack of basic integrity that they work to suppress information, free inquiry and discussion - even from Professionally Qualified people. *Does anyone believe that a "Journalist" or Media organization trying to suppress information or discussion is trustworthy??* (including LTworlds/Google/Alphabet, whose misuse of power & lack of integrity can also be quite easily demonstrated if someone looks for it). I do not. But you can make up their own mind about their ethics or lack of it.

    Platypus PawsPlatypus PawsPrieš 6 mėnesių
  • This makes me so sad. Everyone who says we need to remain in lockdown until we have a vaccine or treatment is doing so from a place of privilege. The answer to combat the virus cannot be to shelter in place indefinitely, but to protect the most vulnerable and improve the healthcare system for all.

    Stephanie GadyStephanie GadyPrieš 6 mėnesių
  • Black people can thank their BAME brothers in China

    ShaggaShaggaPrieš 6 mėnesių

    cainta1cainta1Prieš 6 mėnesių
    • It's what blacks want to hear so they can riot and loot again.

      RaigouRaigouPrieš 6 mėnesių
  • 7:37 Asian care more???

    CL RenCL RenPrieš 6 mėnesių
  • Actually, the real truth is that blacks and Hispanics just will not follow social distancing rules no matter what you tell them. Similar to Trump supporters but for different reasons, blacks and Hispanics just don't care about what happens to them and others. They would do anything to chill at the corner and share a blunt or have block parties. And believe me, I'm Hispanic myself and even I know this.

    MarukuMarukuPrieš 6 mėnesių
  • Not ONE word from this piece or any other Business Insider propaganda should ever be taken at face value. youtu(dot)be/FN4Usu-sgXI

    Big HatterBig HatterPrieš 6 mėnesių
  • An essential worker should be paid more than a non essential worker. Duh.

    Anthony NgAnthony NgPrieš 6 mėnesių
    • Unless they film their self dancing during their shift, and upload the videos on social media. Then they should be fired.

      RaigouRaigouPrieš 6 mėnesių
  • I would think that it hits the poor they are the hardest. Most people do not have the option and cannot work at home because they are nurses or care home workers. Road workers, bus drivers, train drivers. Then they are less likely to have a car, thus forcing them to use public transport. They have less access to a decent diet. Good quality food is essential, which many don't have access to. So it is inevitable that ethnic minority people will be poorer and will die from corona virus.

    Mick PeacherMick PeacherPrieš 6 mėnesių
  • Asthma Valley. Now you know why electric vehicles is not an option.

    Studious MonkStudious MonkPrieš 6 mėnesių
  • The subway is the microwave for your juicy covid 19 lasagna.

    Studious MonkStudious MonkPrieš 6 mėnesių
  • It's just the Bronx.

    Jack LanJack LanPrieš 6 mėnesių
  • Tuskegee university loves black people.

    Big DaddyBig DaddyPrieš 6 mėnesių
  • The south Bronx has always been pretty bad with the Rats, Roaches and Slumlords still wanting you to pay alot of money to live under that Leaky roof with the plaster falling down. I left the Bronx at 20 years old and never looked back once I realized there was places in this country that you can live without having to share your food with the rats and roaches. Did I also mention that The governor stated he gives the most to the federal pot each year but the south Bronx still looks like S**t so where is the logic in that?

    M JM JPrieš 6 mėnesių
  • Because Bronx has the problem even before Coronavirus...

    Vít PhamVít PhamPrieš 6 mėnesių
    • The Bronx not bronx

      Lars and LucyLars and LucyPrieš 2 mėnesius
    • Damn true mister! or lady, idk

      Derek WelkDerek WelkPrieš 6 mėnesių
  • I was waiting for her to give a solution. All that research lol. What a waste of time.

    Luke MonsenseyLuke MonsenseyPrieš 6 mėnesių
  • So the reason the Bronx is doing worse is because the are not making enough money, undisciplined eating habits and lack of exercise, and because their black. But not taking social distancing seriously throwing parties, not washing their hands, and not wearing mask coverings? Wow soooo iNfOrmAtionAtivE

    Luke MonsenseyLuke MonsenseyPrieš 6 mėnesių
    • You sound ridiculous and ignorant. This has nothing to do with eating habits. Poverty and racism are to blame to for what’s going on in the Bronx.

      BeautyinMusic1BeautyinMusic1Prieš 6 mėnesių
  • So these info graphs confirm history . Diseases are meant for poor and man poverty is way too vicious than wealth. If you know what I mean

    The PapaThe PapaPrieš 6 mėnesių
  • Omg her voice is soo boring😴😴😴😴

    MiguelonMiguelonPrieš 6 mėnesių
  • The bRONX has a low median income because people here would rather live off welfare than actually work. There are more people per apartment in the bRONX cause people here love to have kids they cant afford, then demand government assistance. Manhattan has better quality housing because nobody wants to put money into a community that will only destroy it. 9% of the bRONX can only work from home because that 9 % are the only ones that actually have careers in Manhattan. People in The bRONX aren't eating less nutritious food because they are tight on money, most people get food stamps and are basically buying large amount of food with free money. You won't care how much you spend when it isn't money you work for. The reason why there aren't many healthy options in the bRONX is because there isn't a demand for it. If pollution is what is causing asthma then Manhattan should have way more cases of asthma than the bRONX as Manhattan is constantly full of traffic coming from every direction, the bRONX, Brooklyn, queens, and new jersey. Try driving through Manhattan, it's a headache. When looking at the fatalities by race chart I see an almost equal divide of deaths among Whites, Hispanics and blacks. All around 30%. Of course when combining black and Hispanic populations you get a higher percentage of deaths, and if you are combining black and Hispanic populations, then they make up more than half the population of New York City. Of course the majority will be effected most. 85% of the bRONX is black or Hispanic. Do you really expect most cases to be found in Non blacks and Hispanics? There is no logic there. The culture of the people in the bRONX is what makes the bRONX such a shitty place, not inequality and discrimination.

    Jatko UseinoskiJatko UseinoskiPrieš 6 mėnesių
    • A borough doesn't influence a culture. There are many affluent and successful people who live in the Bronx, I am one of many.

      Contingency theoryContingency theoryPrieš 6 mėnesių
  • Almost as soon as this became apparent, Trump started pushing to reopen.

    delor bdelor bPrieš 6 mėnesių
  • Is this really a question? One side is rich, the other is poor, rich get to delivery stuff to their doorsteps, more chances to work at home, more resources for health supplies. Money gets you a better life, its a fact of life.

    joesr31joesr31Prieš 6 mėnesių
    • In short the only way to stop the cycle is help these failing neighbourhoods instead of just ignoring them and only seeing them as a statistic. By the way I’m not directly talking to you I know you’re just stating the sad truth.

      Ahm3d yusufAhm3d yusufPrieš 6 mėnesių
    • Yeah but why is one side rich and the other isn’t because of this cycle of failing minority’s. Ever thought if the government invested more into the futures of minority’s these statistics would start to drop a little. And I’m also talking about rates of incarceration. How does the government expect young black and Hispanics to become more successful when there only source of income for both them and their whole family is selling weed I mean come on they live in neighbourhoods which probably have the worst schools there fathers might be in jail for the same reason they will be soon unfortunately because of the cycle and how it leaves them no option but to get into crime to *SURVIVE*.

      Ahm3d yusufAhm3d yusufPrieš 6 mėnesių
  • I really dont get it 🤷‍♂️ The united states is one of the biggest economies in the world but i mostly see the poor side of it that makes me think its a third world country where does all the money go🤔

    random guyrandom guyPrieš 6 mėnesių
    • It has the highest levels of household wealth in the world. But blacks are in the lowest socioeconomic group in every country where they exist, including Africa.

      ShaggaShaggaPrieš 6 mėnesių
  • Keep voting Democrat and the dark skin people gets screwed over and over

    Pandora XPandora XPrieš 6 mėnesių
    • Pretty sure the republicans care even less about us but ok

      LesleyLesleyPrieš 6 mėnesių
    • That's why all the southern states are in such great health lol. You're killing me

      Peter DodsPeter DodsPrieš 6 mėnesių
  • The Bronx is a cesspool & filled with dusty Dominicans & Puerto Ricans who aren't social distancing.

    Xplicit1kXplicit1kPrieš 6 mėnesių
  • But live in Manhattan

    la Señora Pesla Señora PesPrieš 6 mėnesių
  • I eat health

    la Señora Pesla Señora PesPrieš 6 mėnesių
  • Glad they didn’t make this all about race and emotions

    John DoeJohn DoePrieš 6 mėnesių
    • They talked about race towards the end. It's about all these things

      EcClair MayoEcClair MayoPrieš 6 mėnesių
  • they should do a video on why coronavirus deaths are so high in nyc compared to other cities

    thomas grabkowskithomas grabkowskiPrieš 6 mėnesių
    • Do you really need to ask why. Don't you know nyc has the biggest population in the USA?

      Edwin Infante LeocadioEdwin Infante LeocadioPrieš 6 mėnesių
    • Maybe it’s because of the higher population density and the dependence of public transportation?

      db105db105Prieš 6 mėnesių
  • Corona animation please

    Aju ajmal 1.1MAju ajmal 1.1MPrieš 6 mėnesių
  • Very upsetting and depressing

    Melissa BosleyMelissa BosleyPrieš 6 mėnesių
  • Very well explained. Thanks!

    Ana MartinAna MartinPrieš 6 mėnesių
  • They dont eat fat and salt - they eat SUGAR!

    Eli LurieEli LuriePrieš 6 mėnesių
  • They talk about it and do nothing. Just think Michelle Obama did something about how our schools feed the children and Old orange man tried to have that cut. He doesn't want nothing good for America. The only good thing I want for him is to get gone. Its ridiculous the rent is so high for a place that makes so much money. Why don't they come down on those landlords. Condenm those buildings or tear them down . Start restructuring it will be best for the city and the citizens. I was born in NY you can have it. To populated, stinky and loud.

    Janet LewisJanet LewisPrieš 6 mėnesių
  • Solution?

    SV CSV CPrieš 6 mėnesių
  • The Invisible Rainbow A History of Electricity and Life by Arthur Firstenberg, 2017 Chelsea Green Publishing White River Junction, Vermont This is the best detective story ever written. The flu is not contagious. This quarantine is all a horrible hoax, deliberately inflicted upon the world to usher in totalitarian world government. The flu is not contagious. No flu has ever been contagious. Arthur Firstenberg has changed the future and won himself a Nobel Prize with the publication of The Invisible Rainbow, which proves, among other things, that . . . • The flu is an electrical disease. The trigger, Firstenberg writes, is connected to seasonal variations in solar radiation, as so many have suggested over the previous two centuries. Long ago reports have shown that flu epidemics tend to occur during years of maximum solar activity, and that cases can rise and fall with the number of sunspots. Famous thinkers who have connected flu with sunspots range from Noah Webster to Fred Hoyle. In 1836 Heinrich Schweich observed that it was a common belief that accumulation of electricity within the body caused influenza. His contention has never been disproven, Firstenberg reports. The period of 1645 to 1715 is known as the Maunder Minimum, where no sunspots nor auroras were seen. There were also no worldwide pandemics. It wasn’t until 1727 that sunspots numbered more than 100 for the first time in more than a century. In 1728 influenza arrived in waves over the surface of the Earth and lasted by some accounts until 1738. Some 2 million died, Firstenberg wrote. The pandemic of 1889-94 swept over the entire planet. Firstenberg theorizes that this accompanied the first electrification of the planet with electric lights turnin on everywhere. A litany of quotes from the past two centuries all testify to connection between worldwide influenza outbreaks and the solar cycle. Firstenberg targets the beginnings of misdiagnosis of a disease once called neurasthenia, or electrical sensitivity, to Sigmund Freud, who classified it as an “anxiety neurosis” in 1894, ending research into the electrical causes of the flu down to this very day. “Because of him,” Firstenberg writes, “we are today putting millions of people on Xanax, Prozac and Zoloft instead of cleaning up the environment.” Thus, all this present day twaddle about “social distancing”, quarantines and business closures are deliberate impostures by medical quacks who have ravaged the population with poison vaccines for the disease caused by electrical sensitivity. A thorough investigation followed by arrests and lawsuits for malpractice are totally in order for the criminals who seek to destroy the governments of the world with deliberately false information. Vaccines for flu have been foisted on the public for many decades and Firstenberg’s research shows they have always been totally inappropriate, not to say criminal. “The Invisible Rainbow” was first published in 2017 and since has been rereleased in a paperback version by Chelsea Green, based in White River Junction, Vermont. A more complete review will follow shortly, but the brakes need to be put on this legislative and medical hijacking of the American republic and all the governments of the world by criminal politicians, doctors and billionaires who plan on killing millions of unsuspecting victims with their poison vaccines which are totally inappropriate for the electrical sensitivity disease they have turned into a cash cow for unscrupulous vaccine manufactuers. Firstenberg also wrote that several prominent virologists have admitted over the yers that vaccination has done nothing to stop epidemics and that the disease still behaves as it did a thousand years ago. “The embarrassing secret among virologists is that from 1933 until the present day, there have been no experimental studies proving that influenza - either the virus or the disease is ever transmitted from person to person by normal contact.” In September 1918 tens of millions died from the so-called Spanish flu but there was never any evidence it was caused by contagion. There were nosebleeds and blood hemorrhaging. Blood wouldn’t clot and there was a lot of hair loss from the unprecedented worldwide use of radio waves. Numerous attempts were made to make it contagious but they all failed. 1889, power line harmonic radiation began. 1918, the radio era began. 1957, the radar era began. And 1968, the satellite era began. These were the significant times when large changes to the Earth’s electric field were made. Each was accompanied by a significant flu pandemic. And each time the public was hoaxed by phony attempts at vaccines that those who administered knew wouldn’t work. Then came the wireless era and HAARP, the High Altitude Auroral Research Project, which will be reviewed when this report is continued in part 2. In the meantime, the measures imposed on the peoples of the world based on false information from unscrupulous doctors and politicians must be immediately reversed. Life must return to normal and those responsible for this fiasco of totalitarian abuse must be punished to the full extent of the law. Social distancing, quarantining, the closing of businesses are absolutely unnecessary because no flu is contagious. The duplicitous medical community has played a joke on an ignorant public in order to turn the freedom loving American way of life into a diabolical Communist concentration camp, apparently with an idea to reduce the population with totally unnecessary poison vaccines.

    Freddy Gomez Thinks Too MuchFreddy Gomez Thinks Too MuchPrieš 6 mėnesių
  • This is so disturbingly stupid I just don’t see why they can’t supplement income so that most can stay in instead of the privileged. Just the privileged. Too many are losing to the blatant discrimination in our country

    Quisitive_ S.Quisitive_ S.Prieš 6 mėnesių
  • Simple Manhattan has nobody in it with everyone working from home. Ppl in Bronx don't social distance

    U PU PPrieš 6 mėnesių
  • So a new conspiracy theory???? C-19 was created to target specific ethnicities (since we don’t want to use the word colored). Last I checked people can live wherever they can afford to live. If they constantly walk around saying I can’t afford something, then that’s exactly how they will stay. Mindset people!

    M. CarrM. CarrPrieš 6 mėnesių
  • This is a bullshit video about the Bronx its faults are true (some) but where's Queens? who had Jackson heights as the worst of part of the city the whole time for covid. Sorry BTW. where's Brooklyn who had people in piers with no respect to others ? The city just hides that and blame the Bronx as always because you got 2 stadiums in flushing (next to jackson heights) you can use in the summer to get some good money for the city and sponsors and in Brooklyn you just kicking all the poor people out turning it all white neighborhood with rents like in Manhattan so let's see why these are the only 2 options of covid cases when there is 5 boroughs not 2. Staten Island is the safest for the fact way less people and there are more houses and less transit systems.

    Jorge LunaJorge LunaPrieš 6 mėnesių
  • I live in Oakland, the Bronx of the Bay Area. All the blacks here still hanging out with each other and not wearing masks. Sorry America, but these people don't listen

    TheReelRealTheReelRealPrieš 6 mėnesių
    • The white people here in the south in Atlanta keep protesting about reopening up. They don't wear masks or staying their trucks like they said they would. Instead they walk around with guns trying to intimidate the medical professionals. These people wont listen.

      EcClair MayoEcClair MayoPrieš 6 mėnesių
  • The rich get richer and the poor don’t get a fucken thing. Same shit, different pile

    boom sugaboom sugaPrieš 6 mėnesių
  • How to be safe at workplace

    shashank saranshashank saranPrieš 6 mėnesių
  • Can they just say black ppl? Most black ppl don’t like the word “colored”

    Anastasia FaithAnastasia FaithPrieš 6 mėnesių
    • They said “people of color”, aka everyone not white; not just black.

      Sharon HopeSharon HopePrieš 6 mėnesių
    • I believe they used that term because they were referring to the collective races/ethnicities (7:30)

      Yehjune SeoYehjune SeoPrieš 6 mėnesių
  • Comes down to social norms. I see videos constantly on FB showing cops in the Bronx trying to enforce social distancing policy to no avail.

    WillDieOnMyFeet NotLiveOnKneesWillDieOnMyFeet NotLiveOnKneesPrieš 6 mėnesių
  • Money areas has better healthcare. Race is the collateral damage. Simple

    sirtigersirtigerPrieš 6 mėnesių