I might be a little late on reporting this, but every so often, I need to do these reminders, so people new to the blog are familiar with how much of a hoax and scamdemic covid 19 truly is.

Let’s jump right in.

SAGE stands for Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies. The coronavirus is not the first time SAGE has been activated – there have been eight previous emergencies in the last 11 years, since its conception, when the governments around the world sought expert scientific advice through the SAGE mechanism.

The first meeting of the SAGE was in 2009 to consider the Swine Flu outbreak.

SPI-B stands for, Scientific Pandemic Insights Group on Behaviours. This, as you may have guessed is designed to monitor and study the behavioral responses of the population before and during a pandemic.

The British government, at the beginning of the scamdemic in 2020, put out an official document titled, The Role of Behavioural Science in the Coronavirus Outbreak on the 14th of March 2020; a week before the announcement of a lockdown.


More on SPI-B.

During the corona virus outbreak, scientific advice given to the UK Government was co-ordinated by the Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (SAGE). SAGE is co-chaired by Sir Patrick Vallance (Government Chief Science Advisor) and Professor Chris Whitty (Chief Medical Officer).

Many issues around the coronavirus response relate to behaviour.

During the 2009/10 ‘swine flu’ plandemic, SAGE received advice from a subgroup called the Scientific Pandemic Influenza group on Behaviour and Communications (SPI-B&C). ON the 13th FEBRUARY, 2020, SAGE decided to reconvene this group, limiting its remit to behavior surrounding the new scam virus outbreak.

The new disease had just been named of 11th of February 2020.

On the 12th of February the BBC reported that the 9th Briton had caught the virus… there didn’t seem to be any deaths till the 12th of February, 2020.


This is from a March, 22nd 2020 memo (2 days before the lock downs began).

Guidance now needs to be reformulated to be behaviorally specific: who needs to do what (precisely) and why (explain the rationale) and communicated through channels that provide personalised advice and account for individual circumstances including SMS messaging and an interactive website…

The perceived level of personal threat needs to be increased among those who are complacent, using hard-hitting emotional messaging. To be effective, this must also empower people, by making clear the actions they can take to reduce the threat…

Social approval can be a powerful source of reward. Not only can this be provided directly by highlighting examples of good practice and providing strong social encouragement and approval in communications;members of the community can be encouraged to provide it to each other…

On the 25th of February, a MONTH before the lockdown is declared, the SPI-B and  local police Chiefs (NPCC), are talking to the government about law and order. This means, the lockdown officially declared in March of 2020, had already been predecided and a done deal, by February 24th, when only 9 Britons had Covid19 and no one had died from it.

At the February 24th meeting, the SPI-B, a team of psychiatrists and policemen, set up to make decisions on a medical problem, reached the following conclusions:

•SPI-B agreed that large scale rioting is unlikely.

•Where public disorder occurs, it is usually triggered by perceptions about the Government’s response, rather than the nature of the epidemic per se. For example, a perception that the Government response strategies are not effective in looking after the public may lead to an increase in tensions.

The new slogans advocated by Boris Johnson and designed by the Government’s Behavioural Insights Team, use the mass psychology theory known as Nudge Theory, which aims to modify behavior on a large-scale. It has been pointed out that the change in the color scheme of the COVID-19 messaging from red to green, is a psychological prompt from ‘stop’ to ‘go’, with the word “Alert” designed to energize the population.

The Behavioural Insights Team (BIT), also known unofficially as the “Nudge Unit”, is a social purposed organisation that generates and applies behavioural insights to inform policy and improve public services. BIT works in partnership with governments, local authorities, non-profits, and businesses to tackle major policy problems.

Originally set up within the UK Cabinet Office to apply Nudge Theory within British government in 2010, BIT became a social purpose limited company in 2014. Its work now spans across seven offices, having run more than 750 projects in and conducted over 500 randomised controlled trial (RCTs). The Behavioural Insights Team is headed by psychologist David Halpern, who is Jewish! He is not a medical doctor.

Why would any governmentrequire a team of psychiatrists to manipulate public opinion during a supposedly genuine pandemic, is beyond logic and quite suspicious.

The only possible explanation would be that Covid 19 is not a pandemic at all, but a well planned out psyop.