It’s been a month since we left the confines of Chicago and arrived in a little corner of Mediterranean paradise, here on the Albanian Riviera. As expected, the world is once again going wild with a new wave of COVID panic porn, perfectly aligned with the U.S. election.

Last week we were approached by several people who said that Europe is doing badly’ and that ‘Have you heard? The situation is getting better all over Europe. Watch out!”

How to stay safe – Covid Albania

What do people mean when they say we should be “safe”? Should we wear a mask and wash our hands? Should we never leave our homes? Should we never do anything that puts our lives at risk, like flying in an airplane or swimming in the ocean?

Most countries reported that it took about two weeks to even out the curve so that hospitals would not be overburdened. The majority agreed and took a break for the common good, assuming it would only take 15 days.

“Just put the mask on,” they say. What began as “15 days to slow the spread” has become a government that tells citizens who can go to the bathroom in their own homes, how far they can sit from family members, and gives specific instructions on how to sing the song. This is clearly the definition of government gone too far. Just look at Governor Newsom’s (Nancy Pelosi’s cousin by marriage) guidelines for vacation gatherings :

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Little did they know that eight months later they would still be in dire straits as a self-proclaimed economic depression approached. We warned many of our followers in a Facebook post in April. Not surprisingly, a handful of brainwashed people were offended. They thought the blockchain was the best idea in the world. Now some of them are finally starting to change their minds.

Bless your heart.

Sometimes we joke that when people say “Take care of yourself,” it is the southern equivalent of “Bless your heart.” It’s as if we don’t know that the world has been hit by a global “plague” in the past eight months. We have to convince some people that we are happily living in a bubble. To be honest, we feel happily isolated here.

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Life as usual.

Initially, we almost panicked when we read that Albania had reinstated in mid-October the law on the wearing of masks, which stipulates that you must always wear a mask when you go out in public. We came here partly to avoid the pre-election tyranny and chaos that COWID brought to the United States. Fortunately, despite all the exaggeration in the MSM, life in COWID Albania seems quite normal.

As you drive into town, you will see a handful of elderly people wearing masks. Those who wear masks usually keep one under their chin in case the police slip in. The “high-impact” wrist mask is also a popular trend these days.

Fortunately, we did not see any Nazis wearing masks or denouncing the Karen here. We are very proud of the Albanian people. For the most part, they do not buy into all the hype and propaganda in the media. After 47 years of extreme socialist rule, which only recently came to an end, it seems that today’s Albanians no longer blindly follow the orders of the government.

COVID Rules Albania

Did you know that cloth masks need to be replaced every four hours? The average person in Albania earns about $15 a day, and masks cost about $0.50 each. To follow medical guidelines, it would cost the average Albanian about 15% of his or her income to meet the national mandate for masks.

Many say that reusable masks are the next step. This is clearly not the case. Most people do not clean their masks properly. As a result, these masks become overrun with bacteria and viruses.

In addition, some people do not disinfect the mask properly, putting it in the washing machine, dryer or detergent. Even with the proper equipment and materials, the end result is questionable at best.

The Albanian government will cut off your electricity.

The Albanian government is threatening its citizens with a $28 fine if they do not wear masks in public. The irony is that if citizens do not pay, their electricity is cut off. However, our region suffers from constant power outages. Sometimes the power is out for 6 to 12 hours in a row. Is it really wise to deprive ourselves of electricity that works only sporadically?

“The only action he [Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama] has taken is to impose fines on citizens. He has become a government of fines. Fines for citizens, for companies, for everyone.” -Lulzim Basha [Conservative politician]

The leader of the Democratic Party of Albania, Lulzim Basha, has accused the government of imposing fines on citizens, companies and everyone else just to avoid economic measures that help Albanians.

According to Basha, sanctions are the only action the government has taken so far during the pandemic. In fact, Albanian citizens say that the only action taken by the government during the pandemic is the imposition of fines. In other words, the current government is not doing anything productive to protect the health and well-being of its citizens.

Stay safe, stay home – we are all in the same boat.

“Have you heard that VIDOC cases are increasing?”

Seriously, don’t people realize that the mainstream media has delivered the same message every day since March? Don’t believe us? Here are some of the panicked porn headlines we’ve been bombarded with daily for the past eight months.

  • Coronavirus cases rise rapidly: What is exponential… www.usatoday.com ”story” health news March 28, 2020
  • Italy: 50% increase in coronavirus cases – CNN – CNN.comwww.cnn.com ‘ italy-coronavirus-travel-case March 2, 2020
  • U.S. Coronavirus: Cases are increasing in some states such as the U.S. …www.cnn.com ‘ 2020/05/24 ‘ Health ‘ us-coronavirus-su …24 May 2020
  • Rising numbers of coronaviruses in Brazil usher in black week…www.cnn.com ‘ Brazil-Bolsonaro-grim-week-May-25-vt May 25, 2020
  • Hospitals are facing an “explosion of covids” and …www.cnn.com ‘ Coronavirus – Hospitalizations – Rising Rates – July 2, 2020
  • Shut down the country and start containing covid-19 – CNNwww.cnn.com ‘ shutdown-us-contain-coronavirus-wellness 23 July 2020
  • Coronaviruses in Europe: UK and France record most coronaviruses …www.cnn.com ‘ 2020/09/25 ‘ uk-france-record-coronavi …25 September 2020
  • 21 U.S. states report an increase of 19 cases of Covida as …www.cnn.com ‘ coronavirus pandemic-09-28-20-inch September 27, 2020

Who takes these headlines seriously?

We often joke among ourselves that the same people who take these headlines seriously are the same people who walk into a store thinking they are getting a good sale price. If they stopped for a moment, they would find that every item in the store is generously marked.

“A sucker is born every minute.” – P.T. Barnum

Everything is always on sale at Kohl's.

Kohl’s always puts everything on sale.

SALE! SALE! SALE! BUY! BUY! BUY!

SALE! SOLD OUT! SOLD OUT! BUY! BUY! BUY!

To illustrate this point, we take the example of Kohl’s, the largest department store chain in the United States. Overall, Kohl’s has created an ecosystem in which every shopper believes they are getting the best price in the world for every item in the store.

This creates the illusion of immediate purchases. This leads consumers to think that urgent action – immediate response – is needed now.

Like Kohl, these major media outlets create their own ecosystems with their readers. The result is that people get caught up in a false narrative.

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As a result, readers who don’t buy into it often get angry and start looking elsewhere for information, as was the case with CNN. For example, have you ever read a positive article that brings good news about COVID? Not really. They are few and far between and anyone looking for more information should be able to find them.

Alex Berenson Twitter

If you think our views on VIDOC are offensive or irresponsible, you may just be misinformed. Don’t worry, we understand why you feel that way. After all, the mainstream media has been bombarding you with lies and scary pornography for eight months. Naturally, you feel overwhelmed by those who doubt their story.

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However, if you want to know the truth about COVID, we recommend you follow Alex Berenson on Twitter. He is a former NYT journalist and author of “Unveiled Truths About COVID-19 and Lockdowns : Part 1: Introduction and Deadly Counts and Evaluations.” In addition, his daily non-partisan tweets provide insight into the current fight against COWID and our governments.

It’s time to change the security slogan. Instead of telling people to stay safe, it is now more important to tell them to stay informed. Unfortunately, we can try to get ahead of ourselves, but at this point in the game it seems rather desperate to hide from the government’s excess of power.

Here’s how:

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