How long before our morgues in the United States of America turn into places where we burn COVID-19 victims alive? This has happened in Wuhan. Are we properly prepared?
This is not a time for conspiracy beliefs. These are facts.
New York is only steps away from "temporarily" burying bodies in parks.
This is a crisis, but we need to not fall victims to big government. We must united as Americans and do what is right to make sure we are safe. However, we cannot let the government take away our civil liberties. Otherwise this could be a very different country once this pandemic is done. One where we are no longer free....
MIKE DONOVAN: The America that we are living in right now is not a free America.
Are you ready for the system to collapse around you? Are you ready to not have the ability to call 911 and get an answer? Are you ready to not have the option of going to a hospital because they're full?
Welcome to another episode of Not Free America radio, the new America… and face of World War II COVID as planet earth combats this horrific disease, this pandemic… we watch humanity and its social order begin to fray.
Hello folks. Mike Donovan here joining you again at tonight. It is the beginning of the week, the president of the United States predicted would be a tough week. The surgeon general of the United States would, it was quoted as saying that it would be a Pearl Harbor or 9/11 moment, but not just one… and not just for one part of the country. And so we are here at the precipice of this difficult week and it did not disappoint. The number of people dead today alone, significantly more than the number of people dead at 9/11, and it's happening every day.
And so here we go. Stories out of Wuhan province. I want to start here because it's relevant. We're going to talk about Detroit today. My brothers and sisters that are in Detroit, thank you for listening. We actually have a -- we had about 140 downloads from Detroit, so that was actually kind of exciting. We appreciate you listening to us on the front lines there in Detroit and we're trying to bring you information -- as much information as possible.
I want to start in a story out of Wuhan because it's important, it's relevant to not just not just Wuhan and Detroit, but all of us. We need to make sure we're paying attention. What does the government do under stress when we know that the virus is real, we know that there is a large death toll as cities struggle to manage the bodies… as cities struggle to manage the healthy -- and to manage their ICU patients. What happens? Well in Wuhan, there are reports from funeral homes that individuals who have been removed from respirators, but who are not yet dead, have been placed into body bags and incinerated…. before they passed.
A source close to the funeral industry reported that she'd heard reports of people being restrained and forced into body bags where they were still moving… or reports of people's hands or feet or legs hanging out of body bags and moving, trying to free themselves. What horror. But you know, I got to thinking about it folks -- the difference between what we think and believe to be societal norms, and acceptable by societal standards. What is it? And how does it change when we're put into a corner? See, the whole world is in a corner right now. This is why this is so dangerous and that's why we're talking every day -- we're talking and why are we talking? Because someone needs to be paying attention to what's happening… what's going to be left after a crisis? And we as an American people, we do come together and crisis.
But looking at crises in the past, we don't always do well at coming out of them without significant long-term effects on our society. Right? An example on 9/11 being the Patriot act, we've got this ridiculous law that serves no real legitimate purpose and simply serves to complicate the lives of normal Americans. It's a government power grab. And if you don't think the government is grabbing power now, you're not paying attention. The point -- there have been reports in Detroit of activity related to the removal of patients who are removed from ventilators. And what's happening to those patients between the time that they're removed from the ventilators and they pass and they're transported to the morgue. And where is the morgue now in the Detroit medical center, because we understand that the Detroit medical center morgue has been full for seven days.
Where are the bodies going in Detroit? Where are they placing them? You know, this is information that the people of Detroit -- and then you know, extrapolate it to your own city, your own state. The people of the United States from America have a right to know. It seems that in response to the crisis we have stopped listening. We have put blinders on. You know, I'm really, really excited about the number of people who are listening to and downloading this program.
And I want to thank you all very, very much, but it's really, really interesting to see the number of people who are engaging. We have a lot of people that listen to this podcast that seemed to engage in a pretty negative way. Let me address with you guys something. I am not a conspiracy theorist who believes this virus isn't real. I simply believe that the effects on our civil liberties could be more significant and more painful to the American people long-term than the virus itself.
And I mean it. We are seeing every element of our economy, every element of our system, of our way of life taxed in ways they've never been taxed before, particularly not in this generation. And we can't forget that the last time a full-scale worldwide pandemic occurred, there was no internet, there was no connectivity. The world was a much larger place. And today we see what information can do in the absence of people willing to hear it. That's why we're here talking every day because there are ridiculous un-American things happening. People being arrested for going to weddings, for going to funerals, shortages of basic things like Tylenol, mile-long lines for bread lines for fruits and vegetables and produce. You know, we're only a couple of weeks into this. What happens when people don't get paid for four or five weeks? What happens when people run out of money? What happens when people can't get into hospitals? What happens when things like what are happening in Wuhan happened here?
It's a simple matter of numbers folks and you get to a point where you can't handle it anymore and the system collapses. Are you ready for the system to collapse around you? Are you ready to not have the ability to call 9-1-1 and get an answer? Are you ready to not have the option of going to a hospital because they're full? Are you ready to not be able to go visit your family because you could be arrested for leaving your house? Are you ready to submit to the government for permission to whether you can go to church or a funeral or a wedding or a bar mitzvah or anything?
This country is bigger and better than this. We can choose to do the social distancing measures and the viral spread control measures necessary without these Draconian, big government solutions that simply serve to take the civil liberties of Americans and keep them. Understand something… please. I've said it before, there's no getting this back, but folks understand, as I pointed out earlier, it's about societal order. When things are great, things are great. When that breaks, everything you depend on stops working.
You'd have to find food for your family. You'd have to keep your family safe. Are Americans ready for that? But that may very well be coming. And cities manage hundreds of debts a day. Hospitals full to the max… Something tells me my militia friends are probably not as worried as people like me and many of the rest of you. Some of those folks have been preparing for quite some time, but yet still here we are watching the world go crazy around us. May we center ourselves on the important task of remembering who it is we really are and what it is we really believe in. Let us not have, Wuhan-like atrocities on the streets of Detroit.
Let us not turn the United States of America and the Soviet Russia. Let us not forget the promise of the Declaration of Independence, the American constitution, the Bill of Rights and the 14th amendment, that guaranteed due process and the American people's ability to be and remain free. That is what's under assault. It's not an excuse -- the viruses and an excuse, but it is a cause. It's a trigger.
Now, I don't know, maybe, maybe just maybe -- things will come back to normal. We'll hit that apex. We'll get through it together and our government maybe just, maybe – will be okay. But even if that's true, what our government has learned is that our rights are not precious enough for us to even stand up for them, much less fight for them. If this is it, if this is the thing that drives the American government into reform, well that wouldn't be too much of a surprise. But if it's not, if things go back to normal, rest assured in the area of civil liberties, normal doesn't exist anymore.
Join me tomorrow while we talk about civil liberties specifically as it relates to some of the people jailed, as it relates to these unconstitutional orders, and just what they're going to do about it, and just how my company Nexus is going to help them.
Join me tomorrow night and again, stay safe. Stay healthy, stay inside, not because the government tells you to because you're smart enough as an American to make that choice for yourself. Folks, thank you for joining us and Not Free America radio. Have a wonderful evening.