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Monday, May 16th, 2022, 7:11 pm

COVID-19 Status in the UK: Blackout and Excess Mortality

ALMOST 3 years have passed since COVID-19 broke out. Is it behind us? No. Ask China. They have lockdowns.

We’re meant to think we’re all “after” COVID-19, based on a lack of data or selective (cherry-picked) data. So one has to look for the data they’re directing away from.

First of all, UK testing numbers (for COVID-19) has fallen to a 2-year low. Seriously! We’re not properly testing anymore and the NHS’s “data people” currently help the regime cover up what’s really happening. I wrote about it last week. They barely release any new numbers.

Even the results they’ve published are clearly manipulated by backlogging. They don’t count everything. Maybe their plan is to add the ‘missing’ numbers some time in the future.

Excess mortality rates (exceeding the normal, expected levels) tell an interesting tale about April. In England and the UK at large, for 3 weeks in a row (for the past 3 week there’s incomplete data, so we shall see what goes on next month) there were excess deaths, especially among old people (over 65). Should we simply ignore that? The lowest number of UK deaths (in 5 years) was around the time of the second lockdown (2021), so lockdowns save lives. Working from home saves minds. Spreading COVID-19 like the plague (my mom got it twice already, in spite of two boosters, and it put her in bed) helps financial firms ‘euthanise’ the people perceived to be a “burden” (pensions and all…) and given the Tory policies — “let the bodies pile up high” — the lockdowns won’t come back until there’s a variant/mutant/derivative optimised to kill very rich people.

At the end… coronavirus won. It spreads everywhere and we don’t try to stop it. It’ll infect people again… and again… and again. Until they die or become partly disabled.

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