And Steve Bannon, a man people love to hate, named his show War Room PANDEMIC in January 2020. I was one of the first guests and I had noticed the potential pandemic by at least December 2019.
A woman in my hometown, Sharon Sanders, was on it at around the same time: https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/health/coronavirus/120297980/coronavirus-us-flu-blogger-was-first-western-journalist-to-recognise-crisis
So, who is it that we amateurs spotted the asteroid before the pros? I can say from experience this stands true in wars, and migration, and many other areas. Diligence, clear eyes, caution, more diligence, and courage to speak.
I also bought ivermectin in March 2020. But of course, did not publicize this or hardly mention, and never publicly. After all, I am no doctor. Or Army General — but look at my track records for accuracy far in advance wars and conflicts. The bigger skill is in separating signal from noise. This is among the higher skills a person can attain.
It’s all about study, study, go, go, study-go study-go go-study. And then caution before speaking. Think before speaking. And when you realize your message is mainstream, it’s easy. Requires no courage. But sometimes it’s countercurrent. And that’s tough.
Speaking of which, going on with CBS Radio with John Batchelor in three minutes.