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Letter to the Editor: Enzo and the King - A Cautionary Tale
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This story is an excerpt paraphrased /condensed from original text by Jon Rappoport, 11-2-20, nomorefakenews.com

Once upon a time there was country ruled by a King who wanted more control.

By his side was his loyal counselor, Enzo.

One day, Enzo presented the King with a plan to gain more power.

“We need an enemy he told the king. I call him VIR.”

“Who is he?” the king asked.

Enzo replied. “He doesn’t exist”. “We’ll just say he’s a tiny villain who is invisible and goes from person to person, causing illness and death.”

“But if he doesn’t exist,” the king said, “how can we prove he’s harmful”?

Enzo elaborated: “First of all, our people have always experienced illness. And they do die. So we’ll say many of those illnesses and deaths are actually caused by the villain.”

“I like it so far,” the king said.

Enzo went on. “The elderly are the most vulnerable. They’re already suffering from diseases; we just need to nudge them over the edge, we’ll terrify them saying the villain VIR did it.”

“What kind of nudge?” the king said.

“We tell them VIR is attacking them. Then we isolate them from family and human contact. Then we count their deaths as VIR cases.”

“It makes sense,” the king said.

Enzo went on. “There must be a certain number of healthy people who become ill and perish to stir more fear. We can achieve this through creating toxins in the population. I have one called Vax. We can promise an anti-VIR treatment called Vax, a miracle devised by you, King. Some of this treatment will be toxic, but we’ll blame it on VIR.”

“And then what the King said?”

“Then,” “You will declare an emergency. People will wear masks as a symbol of submission, masks and isolation will actually attribute to more fear, infection and low immunity. Then you will say the only way to contain VIR is by further isolating the population. People must stay indoors. Businesses will close. Children will be denied education. This will increase your control!

“Yesss,” the king said. Brilliant Idea!


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