5 Conspiracy Theories That Were Conspiracies But No Theory in 2021
In 2021, at least five of the news items that fact-checkers mislabeled as “conspiracy theories” were proven true.
They called us fear mongers, conspiracy theorists, and wing nuts. Do we get to put away our tinfoil hats now that they’ve all been proven true? No way! Now we’re reporting on problematic matters like the future of digital, programmable currency and the approaching social-credit rating system based after China’s. No need to panic, the mainstream press will break the “news” for us a year or two from now, when it’s too late to do anything.
Vaccine passports are a scam. It was once dismissed as a delusional conspiracy notion that would never be adopted by free nations. But, as we learned in 2021, many politicians and officials initially ridiculed the notion, only to reverse course and install the invasive and controlling device — ostensibly to free society from earlier lockdowns. Vaccine passes swept the world in 2021, despite the lack of ethical and epidemiological support.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson opposed domestic COVID passes in January and implemented them in December. Vaccination passports were initially opposed by Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, who ultimately embraced them. Across the developed world, what was once dismissed as a conspiracy theory is now official government policy.
COVID CAMP CONSPIRACY #2: In 2020, another report circulated that governments planned to create quarantine camps. The media and politicians dismissed the fear of government incarceration camps as ‘disinformation‘. MPP Randy Hillier was questioning camps in the Ontario legislature by late 2020. His microphone was switched off and he was jeered at.
In Australia, travelers’ camps were discussed, but anyone who suggested they may be utilized for others was labelled a conspiracy theorist. Over time, these camps popped up in Canada and Australia. The Canadian facilities were not just used by foreigners or those seeking to ‘voluntarily isolate,’ but also by Canadians detained for non-compliance with COVID requirements.
3rd CONSPIRACY: 5G and COVID Initially, some hypothesized that COVID did not exist and that the illness was caused and spread by 5G – this assumption was unfounded and never verified. Many feared that wireless radiation could trigger COVID-like symptoms or weaken the immune system, rendering people more susceptible to COVID. Do microwaves cause COVID-like symptoms? This argument was debunked as “unfounded” due to “no proof that 5G is detrimental to humans.” “Complete Rubbish,” said a scientist quoted by the BBC. Facebook’s COVID-19 policy still forbids such claims.
In September 2021, the NIH published a study confirming that “evidence presented here supports a premise that WCR [Wireless Communications Radiation] and, in particular, 5G, which involves densification of 4G, may have exacerbated the COVID-19 pandemic by weakening host immunity and increasing SARS-CoV-2 virulence.” They found that the virus was “amplifying immunological dysfunction” such as immunosuppression “increasing intracellular Ca2+ required for viral entry, replication, and release” as well as “promoting pro-inflammatory pathways.”
“For decades, independent research scientists worldwide have stressed the health dangers and cumulative damage caused by WCR [here, here],” the paper states. The evidence offered here is supported by extensive research.” Sadly, this research has had no impact on policymakers, since wireless communication technologies continue to be deployed globally.
COVID’S ORIGINS:A CONSPIRACY The virus was spread from an animal (presumably a bat) to a human in the Wuhan wet market. This was the WHO’s evaluation in early 2020. To support the natural genesis argument, a group of scientists published a statement in The Lancet, stating that scientists “overwhelmingly conclude that this coronavirus originated in wildlife.” This notion was established as fact by big tech suppression.
Unquestionable natural origin begins to disintegrate by 2021. Several staff at the Wuhan Institute of Virology were hospitalized with an illness strikingly similar to COVID about a month before the new virus was detected, according to State Department investigator David Asher.
Steven Quay and Richard Muller studied the amino acid sequence of the virus’ DNA in a study published in the Wall Street Journal in February. “The existence of the double CGG sequence is strong evidence of gene splicing, and the paucity of diversity in the public epidemic supports gain-of-function acceleration,” they concluded. The evidence suggests that the virus was created in a lab.”
CONSPIRACY #5: Microchipping people. For decades, rumors have circulated about governments and tech businesses tracking people. Since COVID, there have been two primary theories involving microchip implants in people. The first is that the vaccination itself has some form of communication mechanism.
The second hypothesis was that people would be implanted with a vaccination pass or RFID that would allow or restrict their travel. Reuters claimed falsehoods about this theory in April 2020. In November 2021, the Swedish government declared that proof of vaccination will be required for groups of 100 or more. Meanwhile, Dsruptive, a Swedish business that develops implantable micro-electronics, found a new use for their product. Instead of a paper or smartphone vaccination pass, the company will implant it directly into the hand.