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The pandemic of the Coronavirus raises questions why?

The metaphysics, the intuition of the mind tells me something is not right; the constant pain, despair and confusion I feel no science can prove“. The outbreak of Coronavirus pandemic raises questions. First, the intense media coverage, second the misleading information. Third, the overflow of information and four why make people scared. The fifth why governments break the constitutions and establish new laws, and sixth the reason behind police and military interventions, and finally seven, why crashing the global economy? The lack of information and alternative views and opinions in mass media makes the situation not better. Include knowledge of microorganism, history of epidemics, war and the political economy last 100 years does not justify these actions and brings memories that should scare most people—below a few examples.

Historical events, political documents and biological risk management

  • In the 1990s biological risk management was on the list, the research military association (RMA) simulate the hypothetical future of warfare, a new strategic reorganisation of the U.S defence. Biological risk management requires understanding and assessing natural risks, and taking steps to prepare for, prevent, and respond to them, regardless of whether they originate in the United States or abroad.
  • In 2001 George W. Bush the United States withdrew from the Kyoto protocol (1997), and a new UN agreement to enforce the Biological and Toxins Weapons Convention (BTWC) 1972.
  • In 2000 CIA report classified emerging “global infectious disease” as a nonconventional security threat comparable to the new terrorism (Source National Intelligence Council 2000).
  • In 2002 the U.S. Congress passed the Public Health Security and Bioterrorism Preparedness and Response Act outlining the same emergency response procedures for bioterrorist attacks and epidemics (Source US Congress 2002).
  • In 2003, the Bush administration’s incorporated the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) within the Department of Homeland Security. From a civil emergency response agency into an antiterrorist organisation.
  • In 2003, the war on Iraq, according to Guardian interview with Mr Annan 2004: “the invasion was not sanctioned by the UN security council or in accordance with the UN’s founding charter“. Resolutions related to the 1991 Gulf War ceasefire agreement, the Iraqi government, agreed to UN Security Council Resolution 687, which called for weapons inspectors to search locations in Iraq for chemical, biological, and nuclear weapons. The United States structured its reports to the United Nations Security Council around intelligence from the Central Intelligence Agency and Secret Intelligence Service (MI6), stating that Iraq possessed weapons of mass destruction. These inspectors never found any traces of such activity (source Legality of the Iraq war )
  • In 2004, project BioShield, the Bush administration introduced a national defence strategy against biological threats project called BioShield, billion for the purchase and stockpiling of vaccines and drugs against a bio-terrorist threat (sources Life as Surplus Biotechnology and capitalism in the Neoliberal Era by Melinda Cooper. Published 2008 by the University of Washington Press and medical counter
  • In 2005, the hurricane Katarina, the costliest storm in the US history, and its effects are still felt today in New Orleans and coastal Louisiana. The internal disaster response became an action like the outbreak of the Coronavirus pandemic, use of a military defence strategy (FEMA and Homeland Security), zero tolerance of the sociological face, followed by NGO and other faith-based initiatives. However, along the coast, the mostly black communities and poorest moved into semi-permanent housing camps. The post-Katarina hurricane contracts mostly given the private contractor Haliburton (the key contractor in post-Iraq, the war on terror suddenly to a turn against Americas own racial and class minorities). (Sources Life as Surplus Biotechnology and Capitalism in the Neoliberal Era by Melinda Cooper. Published 2008 by the University of Washington Press and hurricane Katarina economic effects

Infinite economic growth

We live in an apocalyptic time, the darkness and blindness feed by never-ending warfare. World leader blinded by power and wealth with promises of a better world, corrupted by the wrong view. That economic growth is in the benefit of all when it is only benefitting a few. The truth is the richest few, keep lies and their enemy. They are defending of a lost empire. And left the world is the contradiction of who is good or bad. The State we are a part of, and the corporations we work corrupted by greed. These organisations are the enemy of humanity and spirituality. Blinded by desire and power that enough never will be enough are sacrificing humanity with a dangerous economic idea of infinite growth far away from equilibrium.

Privatisation of science

Science is not working in the benefit of humanity when they should be focusing on the creative processes of co-creation instead of catastrophe. Bios instead of chaos, enantiodromia rather than entropy. Flux rather than uncertainty. And creative development rather than homeostasis or autopoiesis, symbiosis instead of biological competition, personalisation instead of market economics. It seems the final capitalism barrier for economic growth. It overcomes the ecological limit is to continuously stress new catastrophes to happen, by taking precautions starting the war on unforeseen risk. Risks are inevitable, avoidable, and imaginary. Unavoidable risks include catastrophic events. Catastrophe economy of the future justifying genocide by a political economy, growth far from equilibrium and humanity (sources Bios a Study of Creation by Hector Sabel Li Chicago Center for Creative Development, the U.S.A. Published by World Scientific Publishing Co. Pte. Ltd.).

The term Tragedy of the Commons is an ideological misnomer that obscures scientific discussion.

Human failure to predict those events in nature and the biological evolution and co-evolution seems endless. The Anthropogenetic climate change result one degree warmer last 100 years creates widened habitats overlapping each other spreading microbial life into new landmass. The misnomer Tragedy of the Commons distracts our attention from the real problem: the drama of privatisation and the state-fiction. Privatisation allows the destruction of what should be used and protected in common by private greed. The State places control of what should be used and protected in common in the hands of governments that often promote privateers, a name originating under English law that encouraged pirates to pillage Latin America. It is not a tragedy and not produced by public ownership. It is not a tragedy because the term refers to unavoidable catastrophes resulting from the very essence of the protagonist, the hero’s ‘fatal flaw’ in Aristotle’s words. The Tragedy of the Commons is the drama it involves the struggle between opposite parties. It is not the consequence of human nature often; corporations and governments are. Moreover, political leaders flood the public with disinformation while withholding vital information about their activities (source The enemy of nature, the end of capitalism or the end of the world? By Joel Kovel. Published 2007 by Fernwood Publishing).

Like a fox guarding the henhouse

Science and law in environmental policy controlled by the same individuals is a troublesome marriage. The regulations without ongoing public monitoring do not work. Regulatory policies initiated by public pressure. Corporations seeking profit and governments seeking economic development and military power are responsible for polluting air, soil, rivers, and oceans, depleting forests and fisheries, and even altering the global climate.

Risks are inevitable, avoidable, and imaginary. Unavoidable risks include catastrophic events.

Globalisation and fragility of large systems become new models of economic growth, globalisation, increased travelling, transportation and trade cross countries together with the vast number of people on the move at high-speed is uncontrollable, the complexity leads to fragility. The staggering number of flights per day 176,000, more than 90,000 commercial ships cross from cost to harbour. The border between the U.S. and Mexico, San Diego checkpoint processes an average of 70,000 northbound vehicle passengers and 20,000 northbound pedestrians daily. Millions travel across the world each day. To predict people infected by various diseases is not tricky. Besides, cargo transport carries within foods, fish, animals that might contain microbes such as bacteria’s spread from one restaurant to another. The risk of catastrophes is less achievable with a non-materialistic society.—a contradiction to the neoliberal or neoconservative era whom continuously putting pressure on nature.

The profit that gains from the disorder of fear

The war on germs is making it possible to overcome the ecological limits of a political, economic growth model far from equilibrium. This profit gains from disorder, of whom the weakest’s is only a cost-cutting strategy, caused by fear. The new productive workforce slaves of debt. The new investments of money from sources of capital accumulation. Taking full control is timed to stop China. An economic expansion into territories of Earths final treasures of Africa. Remarkable similarities to David Rockefellers quote on the new order “We are on the verge of a global transformation. All we need is the right major crisis, and the nations will accept the New World Order” (source Do we have a story crisis? Part III The final warning for humanity). End Part One. Part two published soon, war on germs the catastrophic catalyser of economic growth war on germs the catastrophic catalyser of economic growth

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