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A beginners’ guide to the Great Covid Con, Part 3: Manufacturing excess deaths


This is the third in 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. Part 2 is here.

WHY did Western governments portray Covid-19 as something resembling the 14th century Black Death, which killed close to 50 per cent of the European population? If we are to be brutally honest, we must ask whether a government capable of deliberately misrepresenting the death rate figures could be capable of engineering real deaths to drive their peculiar agenda. Could they really do that?

The answer to that is yes. Not all Western governments, admittedly, but the two most guilty of doing so were America and Great Britain, which immediately after declaring a public health emergency and locking us down initiated an inexplicable policy with regard to the elderly and the ill which, at best, could be described as criminal incompetence, and at worst as mass murder.

The following graph effectively sums up what happened in 2020:

The graph is sourced from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) website. It tracks total monthly death figures in England and Wales for every year between 2001 and 2022. Each year is represented by a different colour. 2020 is dark blue.

As we can see, between the beginning of January and the middle of March 2020, the death rate was lower than the 19 preceding years. Deaths start to rise stratospherically in mid-March, peaking in mid-April and subsequently dropping below and staying below the nineteen-year average from mid-May to the end of the year.

If we divide the year of 2020 into four quarters, we see well below average deaths in Q1 and Q3, average deaths in Q4, and a huge bulge over a six-week period of Q2. How can this be explained?

As we now know, all Western governments acted more or less in lockstep during 2020. Mid-March saw the implementation of what were initially touted as just two-or-three-week lockdowns. From the moment they started, Britain and America thought it a terrifically good idea immediately to move old and ill people from hospitals – without testing them for Covid-19 – into care homes.

The reasoning behind this, or so they tell us, was to free hospital space for the flood of Covid patients predicted by Bill Gates-funded computer modellers to overwhelm every hospital in the West. In reality, the hospitals were far emptier in 2020 than they had been for decades.

American and English care homes having been pump-primed with Covid-19, they were promptly declared off-limits to relatives (who were all locked down anyway) and remained that way for more than a year. Worse still, doctors self-declared the care homes off-limits to doctors as well, whilst the government advised care home managers that ill residents who showed signs of Covid-19 should be quarantined and in effect treated as end-of-life patients.

On top of all these ingredients for a mass culling of the elderly, Do Not Resuscitate notices (DNRs) were illegally blanket-issued without the knowledge of the care home residents’ families. As far as I am aware, no one has yet swung for this terrible crime.

Covid-19 symptoms are not dissimilar to the common cold or influenza, and as care home staff had been terrified into believing they would probably die if they came into contact with Covid-19, the inevitable happened.

Perfectly healthy oldies with a sniffle were locked away in their rooms and treated as end-of-life patients. Deprived of food and water, they died in their tens of thousands between mid-March to the beginning of May 2020.

So: terrified care home workers; blanket (and illegal) DNR notices; no visiting relatives to ask questions; no emotional bond with the newly arrived, and possibly deadly disease-carrying, defenceless elderly; no visiting doctors; government and local GP surgery advice to treat fit and healthy residents with cold/flu symptoms as end-of-life Covid-19 patients. Result? The Great Care Home Cull. All inevitable, given the circumstances.

The greatest tragedy (or crime) in American and British care homes was that, regardless of the existence or non-existence of a lethal respiratory virus called Covid-19, the elderly residents were consigned to die as the direct and inevitable consequence of government policies.

Many died from loneliness. Relatively fit and healthy residents suffering from dementia could not understand why their sons, daughters and grandchildren had abandoned them. In their misery, they just gave up. They had nothing to look forward to. Indeed, many thought their children suddenly hated them and no longer wanted to see them. And so they died. Lonely, confused and heartbroken.

Those who became moderately but survivably ill from a heavy cold or the flu were barricaded in their rooms by terrified care home staff. They too died lonely, heartbroken and confused, just like the dementia sufferers. It was even worse for the flu symptom residents. They died from starvation and dehydration as well. What happened in our care homes was truly a crime against humanity.

Tomorrow: The Great Care Home Cull

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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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