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azadi

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The KRG has banned all public celebrations of Newroz (the Kurdish New Year) because of the Coronavirus. Newroz is held on March 21. 1 person has died from Coronavirus in Kurdistan. 
The Spanish government has introduced a state of emergency because of the Coronavirus. 192 Spaniards have died from Coronavirus.
The border in Schleswig has been closed by the Danish government, but Germany hasn't closed it yet. German citizens can't enter Denmark, but Danish citizens can enter Germany. 8 Germans have died from Coronavirus.
Milan-San Remo and the Tour of Flanders, which are Monuments of road cycling, have been cancelled because of Coronavirus. The Monuments are the five greatest one-day races of road cycling. The Giro d'Italia, which is a Grand Tours, fortunately hasn't been cancelled yet, despite Italy being the European country, in which the largest number of deaths from Coronavirus has occurred. The Grand Tours are the three greatest road cycling races. The Grand Tours are three week races.
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There's been one confirmed case of coronavirus at my local hospital. That individual was evidently a milder case, and was sent home to recuperate, and hopefully advised to self-quarantine. There have been 23 suspected cases at the hospital. The hospital is apparently advising individuals with milder cases to remain at home to recuperate, and to self-quarantine, and are evidently trying to reserve hospital admissions for more serious, life-threatening cases who require a respirator. I imagine that there are many, many more cases out there that haven't been diagnosed.

Schools have been closed in my state (including my own workplace) for 2 weeks. Public facilities (libraries, community-centres, etc.) are closed. Public events are cancelled. Supermarkets, restaurants, drugstores, etc.  are remaining open.

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Fellow Monarchists...I have a very serious message for you. Back when Prime Minister Arik Sharon was hospitalized I was also. On the 8th day of Hannukka I burnt my hand with the menorah of my horse drawn puppet show. Three days later I was rushed to the hospital with internal burning of my hand.

To make a very long story short. I was meant to pass a secret message to PM Sharon who could not receive it. Instead of passing it to family members of his, I passed it to Zippi Livni who in turn was forced to pass it to Prime Minister Netanyahu.

The Biological Warfare Early Warning System was passed according to law by an act of Gd. How else could a “religious fanatic” like myself have access to this information or even pass it to first level members of an over-protected Government like the Israeli Government, and this in person of course.

You would fall off your chairs if you knew the size of the contract.

I am telling you all this to confirm the statement by Rav Israel Ber Odesser who claims to be the divinely appointed King over all Kings. Make no mistake, I adore POTUS, but he is not a King. It is very important for the survival of billions of people that the monarchs of the world assist
POTUS in bringing the bones of Rabbi Nachman to Jerusalem. Rabbi Nachman is the second son of Rachel(born from 3533 years of tears), he is the 12th Imam (reborn from a well). I say Billions of people depend on this act because I do not know when the next opportunity will occur. Imagine what would have happened to Egypt had Pharaoh not met Josef!

This is a short description. I would rather answer you specific questions. Take notice however that all the priesthood of Egypt gained its legitimacy only because Pharaoh recognized Josef and Josef recognized the priesthood.

Those that think they can survive in bunkers are bonkers because their embarrassment will be so great that they will never dare to come out again.

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Germany hasn't introduced a curfew, unlike Kurdistan, Spain and France. Germany has closed the borders, including the border in Schleswig. 767 Spaniards, 20 Germans and one inhabitant of the Kurdistan Region have died from Coronavirus.
Paris-Roubaix and Liege-Bastogne-Liege, which are Monuments of road cycling, have been cancelled. Giro d'Italia has fortunately not been cancelled yet, but it may be postponed to June. Giro d'Italia usually takes place in May. The European Football Championship has been postponed to 2021. 
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This is a good article on the Chinese government's malfeasance and incompetence in their early handling of the China virus outbreak:

https://www.nationalreview.com/the-morning-jolt/chinas-devastating-lies/
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And here's a view on how they are handling it now. A rather alarming one, in view of the authoritarian and totalitarian nature of the Chinese government, grateful as one might be for the aid they are dispensing. You of course will do as you wish but the official name for the disease, set by the World Health Organisation in accordance with its guidelines on neutral and scientifically accurate naming, is covid-19. I have no wish to emulate the toadlike Trump in his deliberate use of an incorrect name for reasons one assumes of perceived political advantage, while apparently not caring about the significant risk of whipping up racial hatreds.
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Is there much risk of whipping up racial hatred? We are always told such things by the usual suspects, but there's precious little evidence of it (a familiar pattern by now). I wouldn't exclusively call it the China virus, but the occasional use, to pierce the bubble of political correctness, seems a good idea to me. The carry on in the media about the atrocity of using such names has been a perfect illustration of why no one respects the mainstream media anymore. By all means, there may be sober discussion of the usage of terms, but the left-liberal media's breathless talk of racism and xenophobia, always amongst its favourite topics, has just been silly.
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I only started calling it the Chinese Corona Virus when the MSM started kicking up such a fuss about Trump doing it.
Kung Flu is funny but a step too far in my view.

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Pretty much my sentiments exactly. I think one of the problems with political correctness or wokeness today is a total lack of proportion: t even things that are a little bit insensitive or offensive become major incidents. I think we have to fight such tendencies. They are not good. I think this, by the way, when someone on the left says something offensive as well. Consistency is important.
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I just see no need to say it at all. What is the problem with using the correct name? None I can think of. Anyway, I'm off for my daily ritual tour of the empty shelves at the local supermarket. Although Britain is now officially in lockdown, going out once a day to buy food and other essentials is permitted. I just hope I can find something to buy.

PS If anyone cares, I had a remarkably successful trip. Everything I wanted was in notably short supply, but there, and I actually got all the things I had in mind! Even paracetamol, a daily need but so hard to find nowadays it was more a wistful dream than an item on the list. Lucked out in my timing, I guess. Whatever it was I'm duly grateful.
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In general I agree, and I don't think one should be overly boorish in these things, but we have been suffering from a rash of hyer-senstitiveness, often with thinly veiled political agendas lurking beneath, for quite some time now. It is good to not give in too much to the woke scolds.
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The Olympic Games have been postponed to 2021. The Eurovision has been cancelled. Germany is the last large Western European country, which hasn't introduced a curfew.
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The Olympics have indeed been postponed, announced today, though it was hard to see how they could possibly not be. On a technical note, Britain has as yet no curfew. The Eurovision cancellation was announced a few days ago. On a more royal note, though granting this is Off-topic Serious so none is required, it already seemed inevitable that Princess Beatrice's wedding will be postponed and since weddings are now prohibited (as necessarily involving a gathering of more than two people) one can take it that it has been.
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The Olympics have indeed been postponed, announced today, though it was hard to see how they could possibly not be. On a technical note, Britain has as yet no curfew. The Eurovision cancellation was announced a few days ago. On a more royal note, though granting this is Off-topic Serious so none is required, it already seemed inevitable that Princess Beatrice's wedding will be postponed and since weddings are now prohibited (as necessarily involving a gathering of more than two people) one can take it that it has been.

Gatherings of more than two people have been banned in Germany, but restrictions on leaving your home fortunately haven't been introduced in Germany. 
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The restrictions in Britain and America on leaving the home seem somewhat unenforceable to me, as you are allowed to leave for several reasons.

Anyway, some are legitimately raising the question of whether the disease is worse than the cure. J. P. Morgan has suggested that this quarter's US growth will be -14%, and at least one economist who works in this area has said it may be as low as -20%. These are early 1930s levels, at least if they are representative of the whole year. If the economic shutdown continues for weeks or months, we could be looking at a depression, rather than a recession. We have to weigh this up against the various scenarios regarding Coronavirus. I don't have answers, but I think we are no longer at the point where we can just scoff at worries about the economic impact. I just hope our leaders are actually using this opportunity to increase hospital capacity, etc., because, without a vaccine, there's a good chance the virus will just come back once things open up again.
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