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A beginners’ guide to Covid, Part 8: How it started


Continuing Paul Weston’s series of articles intended for those who have not yet heard the truth about the disaster caused by the response to the Covid non-pandemic. You can read the introduction and Part 1 here. Click on the numbers for Parts 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7.

THIS chapter is a little out of sequence. It should have been chapter one, but I wanted to expose the fraudulent reporting and engineering of purported Covid-19 deaths first. Once everyone understands this criminal fraud, every other fraud relating to Covid-19 falls into place.

We don’t know when plans were hatched to engineer a viral pandemic in 2020. We do know about ‘Event 201’ in October 2019, which was hosted by Johns Hopkins University and organised by the World Economic Forum and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.

Event 201 centred around a hypothetical global outbreak of a lethal virus and the response by governments around the world. It laid the groundwork for lockdowns, masking and social distancing. None of these tyrannical measures had been part of pandemic health policies before. All the centuries-old, tried-and-trusted viral pandemic response plans were torn up in favour of targeting the healthy, rather than quarantining the ill.

On the whole, people don’t want to be locked up at home for the best part of a year and instructed to behave as though they were a lethal danger to all living things. Therefore, they had to be conditioned to obey the rules and regulations related to Covid-19. In short, they had to be terrorised into compliance.

Enter Professor Neil Ferguson, pandemic modeller extraordinaire of Imperial College London. Ferguson predicted that Covid-19 could kill half a million people in Britain and two million in America. The international media shrieked these headlines to the world. The politicians gravely warned us we were facing apocalyptic events. The World Health Organization declared a Global Pandemic. Governments declared national health emergencies. And so began the lockdowns. And so began tyranny.

Ferguson had modelled pandemic scenarios before. In 2001 his Imperial College team produced modelling on foot and mouth disease suggesting animals should be culled without evidence of infection. This led to the slaughter of more than six million perfectly healthy cattle, sheep and pigs, wiping out hundreds of years of selective breeding in days and reducing farmers to penury. An inquiry into Ferguson’s report labelled it not fit for purpose.

In 2002 he predicted up to 50,000 deaths in the UK from eating beef infected with Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy (BSE), otherwise known as mad cow disease. Only 170 people died.

In 2005 he predicted 200million people could die globally from bird flu. Only three hundred succumbed.

In 2009 he predicted 65,000 deaths in the UK from Swine Flu. Only a few hundred died.

Yet here he was again in 2020, making his usual The End Is Nigh predictions. How was this possible? How could the predictions of a man with such an ability to get everything monumentally wrong possibly be used to justify the greatest repression of liberty the world has ever seen?

The answer to that is the same answer to so many other Covid-19 lunacies – Bill Gates.

In March 2019, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation granted Ferguson’s employer, Imperial College London, an eye-watering $79million. Sums of money this huge tend to buy whatever outcome the financier wants.

If the financier also provides multi-million-dollar grants to the mainstream global media (which Bill Gates does) he can then broadcast it to the world without any irritating questions from independent journalists, such as ‘Is Neil Ferguson a trustworthy sort of a chap we should listen to with due reverence on matters of supreme importance?’

Of course he is not, and of course he was not. He was bought and paid for. His terror-porn predictions were simply to generate fear and hysteria around the world. This was particularly useful in forcing the hand of politicians. Yes, they could ignore the lunatic predictions of this ridiculous man, but suppose they came true? Suppose millions actually died? That would be the end of their political careers. Far safer then, career-wise, to lock down the healthy in an unprecedented act of tyranny. Which they duly did.

What is even worse in this tawdry tale of purchased tyranny is that some decent and honest scientists did what the presstitute journalists refused to do – they demanded to see Ferguson’s arithmetic.

Ferguson initially stated a lot of it was in his head and had not been recorded. When he finally handed it over for closer inspection, it was torn to shreds. Accusations of ‘garbage data’ fed into the modelling computer came thick and fast. Nonetheless, the accusers were ignored, and Bill Gates got the global emergency he had paid for.

Footnote: The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation granted $25million dollars to Johns Hopkins University over 2019 and 2020.

Tomorrow: Did lockdown work?

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Paul Weston
Paul Weston
Paul Weston is a political commentator, concentrating on the various factors involved in the relentless war against Western civilisation.

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