イスラエルの海水淡水化プラント 中国企業を排除し自国企業が作る

先日ポンペイオ米国務長官がイスラエルを訪問し、イスラエルの重要なインフラ・プロジェクトから中国を排除するよう要求。
ネタンヤフ首相は損害賠償を要求(笑)。
ポンペイオは米中対立でイスラエルが米国の側に立つよう要求。

数日して出てきたのがこの記事。世界最大の海水淡水化プラントSorek 2を、本命とみられていた中国企業Hutchisonではなく、イスラエルのIDE Technologiesが受注することになった。



Israeli company to build Sorek 2, avoiding US-China controversy
Three groups bid to build Sorek 2, a private-public partnership (PPP) which will be the world’s largest desalination plant when completed in 2023.
By EYTAN HALON
MAY 26, 2020 11:42
https://www.jpost.com/israel-news/israeli-company-to-build-sorek-2-avoiding-us-china-controversy-629308

Israeli company IDE Technologies will construct the world's largest desalination plant in Israel, the government announced on Tuesday, preventing another undesirable showdown with the Trump administration over Chinese participation in major infrastructure projects.
Three groups bid to build Sorek 2, a private-public partnership (PPP) which will be the world’s largest desalination plant when completed in 2023. Among them, Israeli Hutchison Company, an affiliate of the Chinese Hutchison Company based in Hong Kong.
The United States reportedly sent a warning to Israel regarding Hutchison's possible involvement in the construction of the desalination plant, which will be in Kibbutz Palmachim and cost more than NIS 5 billion.
Kadima-headquartered IDE Technologies partnered with Bank Leumi to submit the winning PPP bid, promising desalinated water at the cost of approximately NIS 1.45 per cubic meter (cu.m.) - some 65 agorot cheaper than all desalination solutions today.

米国CDCが新型コロナ致死率が非常に低いと認める 

感染者の35%は無症状。
症状のある感染者の致死率は0.4%。
感染者全体に対する致死率は0.26%。

・・・コロナの馬鹿騒ぎは詐欺でしたってサ。しかも、CDCはこの改定値を公表しているのに、世界の主たる報道機関が全く報じない卑劣さ。腐りきっている。関連記事

世界中の人々をさんざ怖がらせておいて、実はどこにでもある全然恐くない病気でした。倒産、失業したあなたは誰に損害賠償請求したらいいでしょうか?この怒りをどこにぶつける?

こういうのも安倍さんの責任になるのだろうか?一杯仕事しているのに辛い役回りで、本当にお気の毒。




Horowitz: The CDC confirms remarkably low coronavirus death rate. Where is the media?
Daniel Horowitz · May 22, 2020
https://www.conservativereview.com/news/horowitz-cdc-confirms-remarkably-low-coronavirus-death-rate-media/
(原文に表、リンクあり)

Most people are more likely to wind up six feet under because of almost anything else under the sun other than COVID-19.

The CDC just came out with a report that should be earth-shattering to the narrative of the political class, yet it will go into the thick pile of vital data and information about the virus that is not getting out to the public. For the first time, the CDC has attempted to offer a real estimate of the overall death rate for COVID-19, and under its most likely scenario, the number is 0.26%. Officials estimate a 0.4% fatality rate among those who are symptomatic and project a 35% rate of asymptomatic cases among those infected, which drops the overall infection fatality rate (IFR) to just 0.26% — almost exactly where Stanford researchers pegged it a month ago.

'Nuff Said….. pic.twitter.com/0nZsydNHNb

— Ethical Skeptic ☀ (@EthicalSkeptic) May 22, 2020

Until now, we have been ridiculed for thinking the death rate was that low, as opposed to the 3.4% estimate of the World Health Organization, which helped drive the panic and the lockdowns. Now the CDC is agreeing to the lower rate in plain ink.

Plus, ultimately we might find out that the IFR is even lower because numerous studies and hard counts of confined populations have shown a much higher percentage of asymptomatic cases. Simply adjusting for a 50% asymptomatic rate would drop their fatality rate to 0.2% – exactly the rate of fatality Dr. John Ionnidis of Stanford University projected.

More importantly, as I mentioned before, the overall death rate is meaningless because the numbers are so lopsided. Given that at least half of the deaths were in nursing homes, a back-of-the-envelope estimate would show that the infection fatality rate for non-nursing home residents would only be 0.1% or 1 in 1,000. And that includes people of all ages and all health statuses outside of nursing homes. Since nearly all of the deaths are those with comorbidities.

The CDC estimates the death rate from COVID-19 for those under 50 is 1 in 5,000 for those with symptoms, which would be 1 in 6,725 overall, but again, almost all those who die have specific comorbidities or underlying conditions. Those without them are more likely to die in a car accident. And schoolchildren, whose lives, mental health, and education we are destroying, are more likely to get struck by lightning.

To put this in perspective, one Twitter commentator juxtaposed the age-separated infection fatality rates in Spain to the average yearly probability of dying of anything for the same age groups, based on data from the Social Security Administration. He used Spain because we don’t have a detailed infection fatality rate estimate for each age group from any survey in the U.S. However, we know that Spain fared worse than almost every other country. This data is actually working with a top-line IFR of 1%, roughly four times what the CDC estimates for the U.S., so if anything, the corresponding numbers for the U.S. will be lower.

Being alive means there is a risk that you will die in every year of your life. Normally we don't think about this because the probability is very small.

It turns out that even if you are infected with COVID, your increased risk to die vs normal is not very large at all. pic.twitter.com/lrQnTuHYRS

— Gummi Bear (@gummibear737) May 20, 2020

As you can see, even in Spain, the death rates from COVID-19 for younger people are very low and are well below the annual death rate for any age group in a given year. For children, despite their young age, they are 10-30 times more likely to die from other causes in any given year.

While obviously yearly death rates factor in myriad of causes of death and COVID-19 is just one virus, it still provides much-needed perspective to a public policy response that is completely divorced from the risk for all but the oldest and sickest people in the country.

Also, keep in mind, these numbers represent your chance of dying once you have already contracted the virus, aka the infection fatality rate. Once you couple the chance of contracting the virus in the first place together with the chance of dying from it, many younger people have a higher chance of dying from a lightning strike.

Four infectious disease doctors in Canada estimate that the individual rate of death from COVID-19 for people under 65 years of age is six per million people, or 0.0006 per cent – 1 in 166,666, which is “roughly equivalent to the risk of dying from a motor vehicle accident during the same time period.” These numbers are for Canada, which did have fewer deaths per capita than the U.S.; however, if you take New York City and its surrounding counties out of the equation, the two countries are pretty much the same. Also, remember, so much of the death is associated with the suicidal political decisions of certain states and countries to place COVID-19 patients in nursing homes. An astounding 62 percent of all COVID-19 deaths were in the six states confirmed to have done this, even though they only compose 18 percent of the national population.

We destroyed our entire country and suspended democracy all for a lie, and these people perpetrated the unscientific degree of panic. Will they ever admit the grave consequences of their error?


Author: Daniel Horowitz
Daniel Horowitz is a senior editor of Conservative Review. Follow him on Twitter @RMConservative.

マスク・防護服、国内生産回帰を 供給網見直し提言 経産省審議会

工場を中国から外に移転させても、その工場の生産計画は中国市場の動向を睨みながら決めるんですよ。

国内人口はジジババしかいないから、途上国から若くて元気な人を連れてきて働いてもらうのかな?日本人が大嫌いな移民が増えそう(笑)。

コロナ禍のほとぼりが冷めたら、人々は価格の安い中国製に流れる。それとも関税を上げて国内価格を上昇させるのかな?

配りまくった給付金の穴埋めをするため、財務省は「待ってました」とばかりに消費税を15、20,25%と上げていくというのに、さすが日本人の皆さんはお金持ちですね(爆)。



マスク・防護服、国内生産回帰を 供給網見直し提言 経産省審議会
5/26(火) 9:44配信
時事通信
https://news.yahoo.co.jp/articles/ce8ef9ead309b84a8caf97d093545a8a6415f8ce

 経済産業省は26日、産業構造審議会(経産相の諮問機関)の通商・貿易分科会を開き、新型コロナウイルス感染拡大を受けて供給不足に陥った医療用マスク・防護服について、国内の安定供給体制が重要だとする提言をまとめた。

 事業環境の激変を視野に、国内生産に回帰すべき物資とそれ以外を整理。産業界に医療用マスクなどの国内生産回帰を促す。コロナ危機を受け、経産省が対外経済政策の基本的な考え方を公表するのは初めて。

 経産省は世界的なコロナ感染拡大の影響を踏まえ、物資ごとにサプライチェーン(供給網)を見直すよう要請。医療用マスク・防護服などを「緊急物資」と指摘し、国内生産や在庫管理の拡充で非常時も確実に供給できる体制を課題に挙げた。

 自動車や電子部品については、国内への生産回帰では費用がかさむため、調達の多様化や友好国との連携を進めるべきだと訴えた。

作りすぎた人工呼吸器、米側の打診受け首相が購入を約束

中国に対していくら制裁しても、米国は中国からカネを取ることはできないから、米国が受けたコロナ被害の弁償を日本が肩代わりした。敗戦国にぴったりの役回りですね。



作りすぎた人工呼吸器、米側の打診受け首相が購入を約束
5/25(月) 19:17配信
朝日新聞デジタル
https://news.yahoo.co.jp/articles/aa24231b71e40c010abe2a8afb346966bb1364a4

 安倍晋三首相が8日にあったトランプ米大統領との電話協議で、米国製人工呼吸器の購入を約束していたことがわかった。トランプ氏は3月、ゼネラル・モーターズ(GM)などに大量生産を指示していたが、米政府から「つくりすぎて困っている」と購入の打診があった。トランプ氏は「いつでも出荷できる」と上機嫌だったという。

 複数の日本政府関係者によると、米政府は今月初め、日本側に人工呼吸器の購入を打診。日本国内でも増産を進めているため、日本側はいったん「不足は起きていない」と答えた。しかし、世界各国で医療機器の確保が課題となっていることから、首相官邸内で再検討し、第2波に備えて購入することにしたという。

 政府関係者は「日本としても予備があるに越したことはない」と強調。「日本製より格安だ」として、まずは1千台程度輸入する方向で調整している。