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The speaker of the YouTube video "Covid-19 The System" (Dutch, 1080p) shares their observations and opinions about the COVID-19 pandemic and its various aspects. They express their frustration with the slow pace of progress, including the slow development and distribution of effective vaccines and the role of the media in shaping public opinion. They also touch on the business model of the farming industry and how it relates to the pandemic and the Dutch government's response, including the WAO (Disability Insurance Act) and the influence of pharmaceutical companies. They discuss the lack of involvement of experts in the COVID-19 response and the danger of misinformation disseminated through social media and the media. They also raise concerns about the current healthcare system challenges in dealing with the pandemic and the need for transparency and accountability. The speaker also discusses the potential reasons behind the current healthcare system challenges, including the decline in hospital beds and healthcare personnel, and the power and influence of pharmaceutical companies. The video also covers the pharmaceutical industry's role in the COVID-19 pandemic and the vaccines' production and marketing. The video also touches on the media's role in the crisis and the need for informed decision-making in healthcare. The speaker reflects on their observations and concerns and calls for more open dialogue and freedom of expression in informing the public about the pandemic and its challenges.

  • 00:00:00 In this section, the speaker discusses their personal quest for understanding the COVID-19 pandemic and the measures implemented to control it. He expresses frustration with the slow pace of progress, including the slow development and distribution of effective vaccines. He also talks about the role of the media and the importance of trusting credible sources in the face of a crisis. The speaker also touches on the business model of the farming industry and how it relates to the pandemic. He argues that the industry prioritizes profits above public health, resulting in subpar medical products being brought to market. Overall, the speaker paints a picture of a society grappling with a global pandemic and the challenges and complexities that come with it.
  • 00:05:00 In this section of the video, the speaker discusses the concept of "corona revenge", which refers to the idea that nature has its own way of fighting back against humans who have disrupted its balance. The speaker uses the example of the Covid-19 pandemic to illustrate this idea, arguing that the virus and bacteria are highly interconnected with our immune systems and that attempts to eradicate them completely are complex and may not be successful. The speaker also notes that some people may argue that the pandemic is a form of "corona revenge" or a warning from nature for humans to respect its natural processes.
  • 00:10:00 In this section, the speakers discuss the financial implications of the COVID-19 pandemic and how the burden of repaying the support measures falls on the citizens and business owners through taxes. They also mention their surprise at the limited focus on public health and the lack of discussion on the broader societal and economic aspects of the crisis. They highlight the importance of understanding the full picture, including factors such as immunity and defense mechanisms, and mention their own research collaboration with multiple scientists in different countries to gather more information on the topic.
  • 00:15:00 Although not explicitly stated, it can be deduced from the excerpt that there was a possible misinterpretation of the statement by the speaker that "it was a good ride" when referring to the 8 weeks under lockdown. It could be perceived as an overreaction or not a complete understanding of the situation, but the speaker quickly clarified it as intended and acknowledged how fortunate they were to have held up so well during that time. The main topic of discussion in this section was the mysterious happening in Italy where a person in a small town was found dead after a single cruel incident, which placed everyone in the city under lockdown. A test was conducted on the affected person, and although only 50% of people in Italy showed no symptoms, there was no evidence of any serious consequences. The speaker emphasized the importance of not jumping to conclusions about the pandemic as there are various ways to protect oneself from viruses and their variants. They suggested looking into other articles that were being published at the same time to get a better understanding of the situation.
  • 00:20:00 In this section of the video, the speaker discusses the Dutch government's response to the Covid-19 pandemic. They highlight two factors that influenced the government's policy: the WAO (Disability Insurance Act) and the influence of pharmaceutical companies. The speaker mentions the 2009 H1N1 pandemic, which was later deemed to be less dangerous than initially believed, leading to controversy over the sale of vaccines. They argue that the same pattern is repeating with Covid-19, as the government sets the same policies for 193 countries based on panic and following other countries' actions. The speaker also mentions their unsuccessful attempts to bring attention to the situation to politicians and media outlets. They question the government's decision to implement a lockdown without focusing on protecting the vulnerable population and argue that other health issues, such as traffic accidents, also affect public health. They express confusion over the government's reliance on virologists rather than considering wider societal and economic impacts.
  • 00:25:00 In this section, the speaker expresses their frustration with the lack of involvement of experts in the COVID-19 response. They highlight the influence of social media and celebrities in shaping the narrative, often focusing on sensationalism rather than the actual content. The speaker also voices concerns about the current approach to handling the pandemic, describing it as a large-scale behavioral experiment with unclear benefits and potential harms. They discuss their own experience of speaking out and the reluctance of many doctors to do the same due to fear of backlash or job security. The speaker argues for more open dialogue and freedom of expression, emphasizing the need for discussions about different perspectives and the underlying issues in healthcare, such as insufficient funding and resources.
  • 00:30:00 In this section, the speaker discusses the potential reasons behind the current healthcare system challenges in dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic. They highlight the significant decrease in hospital beds and healthcare personnel over the years, which has exacerbated the current crisis. The speaker emphasizes the need to prioritize patient care over financial considerations and urges people to critically examine the connections between individuals making decisions and financial interests. They also mention the presence of group immunity, which contradicts official statements, and question the sudden emphasis on antibody cells by medical experts. Additionally, the speaker raises concerns about the business aspects of vaccine deals, pointing out the significant profits made by pharmaceutical companies and the multiple agreements made by AstraZeneca with various countries. They argue that there may be alternative motivations behind these deals and stress the need for transparency and accountability.
  • 00:35:00 In this section, the conversation revolves around the pharmaceutical industry and its role as a profit-driven system rather than prioritizing health and well-being. The speaker highlights incidents where medications have caused harm, resulting in a decline in life expectancy. The pharmaceutical industry's financial success is noted, with profits far exceeding those of other sectors. The discussion also touches on the power and influence that pharmaceutical companies hold as monopolies and through agreements with regulatory authorities. It is argued that there is a lack of expertise and opposition in politics, leading to little pushback against the pharmaceutical industry. The conversation concludes by questioning the pharmaceutical industry's role in the COVID-19 pandemic and the potential impact on public health.
  • 00:40:00 In this section of the YouTube video titled "Covid-19 The System" (Dutch), the speaker discusses the COVID-19 vaccine and shares insights about the production and marketing of this vaccine. The speaker mentions the company Gilead, which produced the antiviral COVID-19 medicine remdesivir. The speaker highlights the comparability of COVID-19 symptoms to those caused by other diseases, such as flu and pneumonia, and the use of co-medication in older patients with comorbidities. The speaker discusses the marketing strategies of pharmaceutical companies and the role of healthcare professionals, particularly medical opinion leaders, in promoting new treatments. The speaker emphasizes the importance of informed decision-making in healthcare and encourages direct communication with patients to ensure that they receive the best possible treatment.
  • 00:45:00 In this section, a person expresses their concerns about the media's role in shaping public opinion during the COVID-19 pandemic. They mention an article that was published with quotes from Feike Siemens, but it turns out that Siemens did not actually say those things. The person wants an explanation for why the article was published in that way. They believe that the media has a lot of influence on how people feel during this time and that the coverage has been one-sided. They highlight an interview with Pieter Klok from De Volkskrant where Klok expresses support for the government without questioning the facts. The person argues that in a crisis, it's important for the media to fact-check and not amplify fear. They suggest that there should be a parliamentary inquiry to examine the statistics and the handling of the pandemic.
  • 00:50:00 In this section, the speaker reflects on his observations regarding the media's portrayal of the Covid-19 pandemic and expresses his concern about the one-sided narrative being presented. He suggests that there may be censorship in place, making it difficult for journalists to deviate from the government line for fear of making mistakes. The lack of critical media coverage is a disappointment for him, as he remembers a time when journalism was more independent and challenging for politicians. He believes that the media should play a crucial role in informing the public and holding those in power accountable, especially during a crisis. However, he feels that the media's alignment with the government's narrative has led to a lack of critical questioning and a prevalence of lies and half-truths.
  • 00:55:00 In this section of the video, the speaker discusses the triangle of political decision-makers, traders, and the public interest. They argue that political decision-makers should prioritize the public interest, but often operate in a gray area where they can claim ignorance or lack of information. They also highlight the limited rationality of humans and how this influences political decisions, suggesting that claims made by the government about rational decision-making may be incorrect. The speaker points out that society is becoming more educated and informed, often surpassing the knowledge of the government. They also express confusion about the use of fear in governance, comparing it to the tactics of dictators. The speaker then introduces the concept of "helpers" or lobbyists who exert influence on political decisions, often in the interest of a minority rather than the public interest. They question whether these actions truly prioritize public health or serve the interests of a few.

01:00:00 - 01:35:00

The speaker in the YouTube video "Covid-19 The System" recounts their personal experience with their father's heart attack and emphasizes the importance of trust and autonomy in navigating health crises. They believe that the CO

  • 01:00:00 In this section, the speaker recounts a personal experience with their father's heart attack and emphasizes the importance of trust and autonomy in navigating health crises. They draw a parallel between their own experience and the government's handling of the COVID-19 pandemic, highlighting the need for trust in the society and criticizing the restrictions imposed without sufficient reason. The speaker expresses gratitude for the opportunity to share their perspective and urges for a different approach to policy-making. They attribute the current state of affairs to the existing financial system.
  • 01:05:00 In this section, the speaker believes that the COVID-19 pandemic is part of a larger system controlled by those in power who want to maintain their control and have a particular vision for humanity's future. They discuss how the pandemic has led to the further consolidation of power and wealth among a few individuals and corporations, while leaving small businesses and individuals financially devastated. The speaker also highlights the disproportionate burden placed on ordinary citizens and small business owners in terms of taxes and financial responsibility, while the wealthy and powerful exploit tax loopholes and pay minimal taxes. The speaker expresses frustration over the unfair distribution of wealth and the lack of fairness in the current tax system.
  • 01:10:00 In this section, the speaker discusses the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the economy and the burden it places on small businesses and the general population. They highlight the fact that the government's response to the pandemic involves massive amounts of debt, which will essentially be shouldered by the people for the next 16 years. The speaker questions the notion of the government providing financial support, as it is ultimately funded by taxpayers. They also mention how the pharmaceutical and biotech industries benefit greatly from the pandemic, earning the majority of the funds allocated. The speaker argues that the real issue lies in the unequal distribution of wealth and the drying up of the real economy, leading to a decrease in purchasing power for the average citizen. They emphasize that while politicians may not fully understand or acknowledge these problems, more and more people are facing financial hardship. The speaker proposes a solution where the wealthy pay their fair share of taxes, which could potentially alleviate the economic burden caused by the pandemic.
  • 01:15:00 In this section, the speaker discusses the system that is being consciously upheld and facilitated based on self-interest, greed, and power. They question whether the people in positions of power and wealth would willingly give up their positions, not just for the money but for the sheer power it entails. They highlight the vast wealth accumulated by a select few over the course of 30 years, emphasizing how the gap between the rich and the poor continues to grow. They argue that this system needs to be broken and replaced with a new one that is beneficial for everyone. The speaker suggests that the current financial system, which was established centuries ago to benefit the ruling class, is destructive and not suitable for society. They urge people to conduct their own research and recognize the connection between money, power, and its impact on society and politics. They also discuss the transition from capitalism to the bio and data tech era, and the need for a different societal structure and new rules to accommodate the advancements in technology. It is emphasized that the current system is being held on to by those in power, and a new society needs to be created with a focus on different factors such as technology and data.
  • 01:20:00 In this section, the speaker discusses the influence of technology and digitization on the current system. They argue that large tech companies have become more powerful and influential than countries themselves, shaping their own rules and conditions. This shift in power dynamics has led to a situation where countries like the Netherlands and France are too small to effectively counterbalance the influence of these corporations, which the speaker refers to as "corpit". They highlight the need for citizens to come together and create a better society, as allowing the current system to continue unchecked may lead to heightened inequality and social unrest. The speaker references historical examples, such as the French Revolution, to emphasize the potential consequences of growing inequality.
  • 01:25:00 In this section, it is discussed how the Italian government failed to fully distribute the promised financial support to those who were forced to stay at home during the pandemic. Many people have not received any money and are facing significant economic problems, with some even experiencing hunger. As a result, people are more concerned about their financial situation than the virus itself, leading to a lack of adherence to safety regulations. Demonstrations and protests are occurring regularly, driven by desperation and the need to work to survive. The flawed unemployment system in Italy exacerbates the economic issues faced by those who are out of work. This economic crisis is making the second wave of the virus different from the first, as people are more worried about their financial well-being rather than the virus itself.
  • 01:30:00 In this section, the speaker discusses the potential tensions between the elite and the general population in the coming years, as well as the polarization within the movement itself. However, they suggest that a united citizen movement focused on returning to what is truly important in a society, such as friendship and human connection, could serve as a counterbalance to the elite. The speaker also highlights the potential of technology, such as blockchain and artificial intelligence, to empower both the elite and the general population. They emphasize the need for a shift towards a decentralized economy and local communities being self-sufficient, without relying on large corporations. Additionally, the speaker acknowledges the opportunistic individuals and organizations that try to exploit confusion and vacuum during times of crisis for their own gain. They point out the global nature of many of today's challenges, such as the environment and healthcare, but highlight the lack of democracy on the world stage. The speaker also notes the exclusion of certain scientists and doctors who had alternative perspectives from the mainstream narrative and raises questions about the decision-making process during the pandemic.
  • 01:35:00 In this section of the video, the speaker discusses the significant financial interests that certain individuals and companies have in the pharmaceutical industry, ranging from companies like Vouchy and Ferguson to individuals in the Netherlands like Ab Oost. The speaker expresses disbelief that these individuals are given the authority to dictate what actions should be taken regarding public health, especially considering the manipulation of fear and anxiety during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The speaker suggests that if different actions were taken earlier, such as protecting nursing homes, the current situation could have been less severe. The speaker also mentions an article in the scientific journal Lancet that reaches a similar conclusion to their own findings, suggesting that the virus (COVID-19) and underlying health conditions like heart disease and obesity can interact to create complications. The speaker emphasizes that only about 2% of the population is vulnerable to severe impacts, while the majority does not experience significant symptoms. Therefore, the speaker argues that many of the implemented measures are unnecessary, resulting in wasted resources and unnecessary panic. The speaker advocates for an immediate cessation of these measures.

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