System of A Down’s John Dolmayan conspiracy theories for Coronavirus

System of A Down drummer John Dolmayan conspiracy theories about the Coronavirus pandemic. He thinks COVID-19 created in the laboratory.

We recently shared the interview with his other projects and how money affects the SOAD band. In this coronavirus outbreak, there has been a lot of conspiracy theories flying around for that. On the new episode of Metal Injection live cast program John talks about his new solo covers album, These Grey Men. Also, he shares the opinions on the coronavirus pandemic. However, how to affect this outbreak their upcoming tour dates.

John Dolmayan starts with his thoughts about Coronavirus conspiracy theories:

“Honestly, I think there’s a lot of positives that can come out of this. But at the end of the day, what I’m really concerned with is that people are financially gonna be hit very hard. I don’t wanna see high unemployment levels. I have a business that I run. We have 15 employees, and I’m doing the best I can to keep everybody employed. That’s the only thing you’re really concerned with during times like this.

Then he continued:

“I guess I’m not quite as afraid as other people are about the virus itself. I feel like human beings are made to combat viruses. We have systems in place in our bodies to combat viruses. If there’s one positive thing, to powers that be, it got rid of a lot of people that were protesting really fast. So, I don’t know. I question stuff, and I have my own theories on things, and people think I’m an idiot sometimes for it. But I also have a big imagination.”

Also, he mentions what he is doing on this outbreak:

“I write for a hobby, and I actually started writing my own comic book that’s gonna come out in a couple of months or so, whenever this thing clears up, so I do have an active imagination and I see depths in things and reasons within reasons and stuff like that.

Maybe I’m nuts or maybe my philosophies have a ring of truth to them, but I just think that there are interesting coincidences and convenient things that happen to motivate things. World War I started on an assassination attempt. Was that person assassinated by the people that wanted the war? There are just things that happened in history that are interesting that are hard to explain.” You can listen to the John Dolmayan full interview below.

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