<VV> Getting on with Corvair projects
hugo at aruncoaches.co.uk
Sun Jul 19 02:40:41 EDT 2020
If I may bore you with a few brief statistics; 1) Hong Kong flu swept
through the UK in 1967. It came back again in 1968, each year killing a
similar of people as the current virus, and we survived that withut
wreckng the economy. In fact we took no notice of it & just got on with
out lives. 2) Nine out of ten deaths associated with this virus occur in
the over-75's; one in five deaths occurs in a care home; one quarter of
deaths occur in diabetics. If you are not in any of these categories,
the risk of dying from this bug is statistically minuscule. 3) Three
quarters of people who have had the diseae never even knew they had it.
4) The number of under-15's in the UK who have died from it is 4. Yes,
Statistically it seems very similar to the Hong Kong flu in terms of
outcome. And I am treating it the same way as I did the HK flu, by
ignoring it or at least keeping it in perspective.
My only real concessions has been to use contactless payment cards
rather than cash (which has to be one of the easiest ways for the virus
to find its way from one victim to the next) and not to let people cough
or spit over me.
The mistake most people make is to watch all those weeping relatives on
tv and convince themselves we're in the grip of something like the Black
Death. The reason I describe this as a 'mistake' is that I have details
of a number of documents fromthe UK government which show that this is
nothing less than mind control.
Here are a couple of excerpts - the first is from a document entitled
"Persuasion" prepred by Spi-B for discussion at SAGE #8 on 23r March, if
youre interested in mmeaningless acronyms;
" Perceived threat; a substantial number of people still do not feel
sufficiently personally threatened - it could be that they are reassured
by the low death rate [.....] the perceived level of personal threat
needs to be increased among those who are complacent, using hard-hitting
Appendis B, titled APEASE (another meaningless acronym) expands on this
by saying "2 Use media to increase sense of personal threat".
Finally, a doument entitled 'Mindspace' reads thus; "That means that
citizens ma not fully realize that their behaviour is being changed, or,
at least, how it is being changed."
In my view this exercise in government thought control represents a far
greater danger than any glorified flu-bug. The UK government's ENTIRE
agenda at the outset, not unreasonably, was to "Protect the NHS". We
have known for many months that the NHS is not under any undue pressure,
yet the hysteria continues. The whole thing seems to have morphed into
an attempt to wreck the economy for politial purposes. We need to stop
believing what we see on the TV news and wake up to what is going on.
On 2020-07-18 23:52, Arlette Pat & Carl Kelsen via VirtualVairs wrote:
> G’day everyone,
> I am posting the following with real ‘caution’ as it is my first post
> in more than a few months. Above all I don’t want to offend anyone
> I really look forward to the day when the United States can return to
> normal. That said, given the continuing spread of Corona virus though
> out the USA. I now believe that it could be as long as 4 or 5 years
> before normal returns.
> From a personal point of view, I am not making any plans to visit the
> USA during 2021, Australias international carrier, Qantas Airways has
> parked / moth balled its whole fleet of Airbus A380 aircraft and does
> not see these aircraft returning to service for 3 or 4 years.
> Currently scheduled flights are not operated to the USA and there is
> no indication as when these flights might again be offered.
> A couple of months back I raised my serious concern for the well
> being of the United States. At the time I don’t believe that many
> Americans really appreciated just how serious and dangerous the
> virus is. At the risk of getting political, President Donald Trump
> seems to still have difficulty understanding the impact of this virus
> and history will remember him for his failed attempts to continually
> water down the seriousness of the virus.
> Bryan raises a good question asking how his fellow Virtualvair
> members are handling their Corvair projects / restorations during
> these difficult times. Following my wife’s advice, I try to keep a
> list of the many small tasks that I need to complete before moving to
> the next stage of the ground up restoration of our RHD ‘65 Monza
> convertible. I enjoy ticking these tasks off as I complete each one
> off them.
> Certainly I find focusing on individuals tasks / jobs rather than
> looking at the complete restoration really helpful. Where I live in
> Australia, we have been living for months under quite limiting
> restrictions. These restrictions impact considerably on our lives and
> basically we live in real isolation, however for most of Australia
> spread of this virus has slowed to by world standards very small
> While isolated, its probably good for our metal health if nothing
> else to become focused on our Corvair projects. In Australia we have
> not been able to dine out, attend sporting events, or go to the
> for many months now. With these restrictions we should have more time
> to progress our Corvair restorations and prepare for the time when we
> can again enjoy classic car shows and conventions.
> For now PLEASE stay isolated as much as possible and when isolation
> is not possible wear a mask, so that you don’t add to the spread of
> this terrible virus which is changing the world as I write is post.
> Best regards from Australia down under for my valued American
> friends. Let’s look forward to when this virus can be remembered as a
> bad dream.
> Carl Kelsen
> Melbourne, Victoria Australia
> RHD 1965 Monza convertible
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