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Monday, May 30th, 2022, 11:57 pm

The British Government’s COVID-19 Policy Needlessly Kills Thousands Per Month

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THE above video sums up some of my more recent thoughts on the lack of data coming out of the NHS regarding COVID-19. It’s delayed, it’s incomplete, and nowadays it compares apples to oranges. But death figures are a lot harder to manipulate. Here are the latest figures:

Week ending date : Weekly registered deaths

13-05-2022	795
06-05-2022	838
29-04-2022	1,248
22-04-2022	1,185
15-04-2022	1,152
08-04-2022	1,134
01-04-2022	1,063

Compared to the same period last year (with some restrictions remaining):

14-05-2021	164
07-05-2021	139
30-04-2021	232
23-04-2021	290
16-04-2021	402
09-04-2021	422
02-04-2021	450

As I explain in the video above, our government seems to have concluded that the enemy is information or pertinent data, not the virus. As such, restricting access to information (or media distraction) seems to have been adopted as the strategy for the sake of “business as usual”. At what expense and at whose expense?

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