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Caught in “cognitive dissonance” islanders attempt to stay healthy and practice sports while reading scary phone messages sent to their phones by the Orwellian SINAGER [Sistema Nacional de Gestión de Riesgos] that warns them to avoid other people and obsessively wash their hands. Caught in “cognitive dissonance” islanders attempt to stay healthy and practice sports while reading scary phone messages sent to their phones by the Orwellian SINAGER [Sistema Nacional de Gestión de Riesgos] that warns them to avoid other people and obsessively wash their hands.

While Island’s Herd Immunity from the Wuhan Virus was Likely Achieved in late 2020, Islanders Continue to Live in Fear and Abandonment of Freedoms

In 2021 more people died from traffic accidents on the newly paved Roatan roads than from the Wuhan virus. According to the inflated Honduran government figure there were four “with COVID” deaths in Bay Islands in the five months of 2021. While no one is even considering closing down these roads, the islanders have grown accustomed to life in constant fear of “the virus” and without their freedoms.

Two Roatan medical professionals now believe that the island has reached herd immunity. 

The inflated Honduran government statistics show that since the imposed lockdown in the Bay Islands in March 2020, in 455 days, 47 people died of the Wuhan virus. Major indicators and two Roatan medical professionals now believe that the island has reached herd immunity from the Wuhan virus sometime in December 2020, six months after it was brought to the island from the mainland by 11 Honduran National Police officers. Yet, since no one has dared to announce the herd immunity, Bay Islanders continue to follow curfew, wear masks, keep their children away from schools and stay away from churches. This behavior in psychology is called “the lemming effect.” 

There are several strong indications that like H1N1 of 2010, the Wuhan flue spreads across the tight knit, small island communities within several months. As fall of 2020 several Bay Islands employers reported that almost all of their staff tested positive for the Wuhan virus antibodies. “I think we are heading for herd immunity,” said in October 2020 Kenny McNab, owner of Bay Islands Petroleum (BIP) and Utila Dream. “Just about everyone in the office had it.” 

Another indicator of achieved herd immunity is the minuscule number of positive tests received in clinics testing travelers departing Roatan for US. Since February 2021 “Island Med” clinic in Coxen Hole has administered several thousand of Wuhan virus antigen tests required for people heading out to USA. “Eleven of these tests came out positive. Two of those were false positives,” says Dr. Angel Banegas, owner of Island Med. The positive cases were minuscule – less 0.1% of the tested travelers.

 Minuscule number of positive tests received in clinics testing travelers departing Roatan for US.

Still another indicator of herd immunity to Wuhan virus was the closing of the French Harbour COVID center due to the lack of sick. The long forgotten medical goal from year ago of “flattening the curve” to avoid overwhelming medical facilities has not only been achieved but it flat-lined. The facility opened doors on August 15, and by December 15 nature run its course and COVID center was closed.

Most people, 86% in fact, that are exposed to the Wuhan virus never really have any symptoms. “We have sun with vitamin D, we are at sea level so we have plenty of oxygen,” says Dr. Banegas. “I’ve never seen a construction worker, or a fisherman fall sick with COVID.”

There is plenty of money to be made in the COVID reshuffle, on the expensive vaccines, and bio-security contracts.  

The knowledge and information about the Wuhan virus testing and treatment coming from private clinics and hospitals thought Honduras has been ignored by government statistics. “No one speaks of COVID tests done in the private clinics,” says Dr. Banegas. The government has applied a consistent policy of ignoring private health providers during the Wuhan flue crisis. No government officials had proclaimed the increasingly obvious good news, in part because there is plenty of money to be made in the COVID reshuffle, on the expensive vaccines, and bio-security contracts.  

The fact that Wuhan virus is a treatable virus and “One of the great difference was handing out 10,000 maiz packs,” said Peggy Stanges, founder of Clinica Esperanza in Sandy Bay who also believes herd immunity was also achieved sometime in 2020. Maiz helped hundreds of lives. “It cost 50 dollars for a test and we could treat people for 5 dollars,” said Stranges. “That doesn’t make sense.” Actually, it makes plenty of sense.

There are plenty of people making money on COVID tests that cost $50-$300 on the island. There will be money being made on “bio security” enforcement and experimental vaccines at $30-$50 courtesy of WHO or Honduran government and no chance of recourse once you suffer adverse effects of the experimental drugs

Now that Bay Islands have achieved natural, side effects free and cost free immunity from the Wuhan virus, the department is receiving experimental vaccines and experimental gene therapies to the tune of $50 a pop. The corporations manufacturing them developed them in nine months and skipped the animal trials, vaccination challenge and phase III of human trials. The experimental vaccines went into circulation because of Emergency Use Authorization.

There are now hundreds of thousands of people in the US that have been injured by these experimental injections and as of May 24, US Center for Disease Control has registered voluntarily reporting of  4,863 deaths “side effect” due to experimental COVID vaccines. The voluntary nature of the gathering these statistics greatly under counts the actual death count after the administered. The effect of these injections on infertility, birth defects or Alzheimer will not be known for years.