The health implications of the Lockdown are extremely serious.
A paper produced by a UK cabinet sub-committee has suggested avoidable deaths from the lockdown “could be as high as 150,000” – far more than the virus it’s meant to stop.
Quoted in April, Professor Karol Sikora, former cancer care advisor to the W.H.O, has estimated that over the next six months in the UK up to 60,000 cancer patients will die and approximately 15,000 patients – of all ages – will suffer illness or be forced to undergo unnecessary invasive treatments due to the loss of cancer services.
The Guardian reported in June that 63,000 more people than normal died in the UK from the start of Lockdown to May 29th.
A British Medical Journal paper has stated: “Only a third of the excess deaths seen in the community in England and Wales can be explained by Covid-19.”
If this applied for the whole of the UK, then that would give a remarkable figure of around 41,000 non-Covid related deaths, leaving 21,000 due to the virus itself. This is just over half the official figure of 40,000.
That is assuming the death certificates for that one-third can be trusted, which is by no means the case.
What then was the cause of these non-Covid deaths?
Across the UK and the world:
- Hospital wards were emptied in anticipation of a deluge of Covid-19 patients which never arrived
- A&E was operating at 30%
- All “non-essential” surgery was cancelled
- Care for cancer and heart patients was drastically curtailed
- GP cover was reduced to video conferencing
- Fear mongering by the mainstream media dissuaded many from seeking medical care in the first place
However, the most severe dereliction of duty seems to have occurred in care homes where 57% of deaths occurred. The institutions responsible for the medical care of their vulnerable residents, 70% of whom suffer from dementia, seem to have gone out of their way to abandon them in their final hours.
Deeply concerning measures put in place included:
- Blanket Do Not Resuscitate orders with no consultation with family members.
- Instructions not to call emergency services
- Reduced staff – in some cases residents were left malnourished and dehydrated
- Infected patients returned from hospitals to the care homes which caused the virus to spread like wildfire
96% of patients who died with Covid-19, had existing pre-conditions, ensuring the decimation of the elderly in care homes.
One could be forgiven for surmising that, rather than mere gross negligence, a sinister cull to reduce care costs was put in place across the world.
Indeed, this is the conclusion of Denis Rancourt, Ph.D, former full professor of physics and researcher with the Ontario Civil Liberties Association in Canada:
“The latest data of all-cause mortality by week does not show a winter-burden mortality that is statistically larger than for past winters. There was no plague. However, a sharp “COVID peak” is present in the data, for several jurisdictions in Europe and the USA. This all-cause-mortality “COVID peak” has unique characteristics:
• Its sharpness, with a full-width at half-maximum of only approximately 4 weeks;
• Its lateness in the infectious-season cycle, surging after week-11 of 2020, which is unprecedented for any large sharp-peak feature;
• The synchronicity of the onset of its surge, across continents, and immediately following the WHO declaration of the pandemic; and
• Its USA state-to-state absence or presence for the same viral ecology on the same territory, being correlated with nursing home events and government actions rather than any known viral strain discernment.
These “COVID peak” characteristics, and a review of the epidemiological history, and of relevant knowledge about viral respiratory diseases, lead me to postulate that the “COVID peak” results from an accelerated mass homicide of immune-vulnerable individuals, and individuals made more immune-vulnerable, by government and institutional actions, rather than being an epidemiological signature of a novel virus, irrespective of the degree to which the virus is novel from the perspective of viral speciation.”