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. Part 2 is here, Part 3 is here.
IF WE can agree that a huge death toll was the almost inevitable consequence of government action in American and British care homes, we must ask a number of questions. The first must be: was it deliberately and cold-bloodedly planned, or was it simply the result of government incompetence?
At the very outset of the Covid-19 emergency, Britain’s dead-eyed Chief Medical Officer, Chris Whitty, stated that the Covid-19 virus was relatively innocuous for the young, the fit and the healthy, and presented a risk of death only to the very old and the very ill.
Matt Hancock, the Health Secretary at the time, stated he would throw a ‘ring of steel’ around Britain’s care homes. He did just that, but only insofar as making it impossible for relatives of care home residents to visit their aged loved ones.
It is very hard to believe it was simply a matter of incompetence. There are a number of issues which reinforce this. If you cast your mind back to April and May 2020, what was being shown 24/7 on the TV news and in the newspapers? What were we being told 24/7 by our politicians?
Answer: We were in the grip of a deadly pandemic. Thousands were dying. Hospitals were swamped with Covid-19 patients. Exhausted doctors and nurses were working around the clock ‘on the front lines’ in the war against Covid. We were all vulnerable. We must stay at home.
Were the hospitals swamped? Were thousands dying in our overwhelmed hospitals? The following graph suggest they were not.
As you can clearly see, acute and general bed occupancy plummeted in our hospitals during April and May 2020, even as the daily Covid-19 deaths reached hundreds and then thousands. So no, our hospitals were not overwhelmed. If our doctors and nurses were exhausted, it was only because so many of them were so fat and so unfit they were unable to keep up with the TikTok choreographer’s dance routine demands. If you think I am joking, just Google ‘Dancing Nurses’ and weep.
Anyone who visited a hospital in March 2020 knows they were virtually empty. All routine operations were cancelled. The only people ‘dying from Covid-19’ in April and May 2020 were dying in the care homes, not the hospitals. And they were dying from loneliness, starvation and dehydration, not Covid-19.
I know several doctors and nurses. 2020 was a glorious holiday for them. Their gardens bloomed; their cars were polished and fettled; their bookshelves were built-in. I will tell you something else: by June/July 2020 every single doctor of my acquaintance told me the whole Covid-19 pandemic was a fraud of colossal proportions. Shamefully, not one of them was prepared to say so publicly.
So, whilst doctors privately admitted the Great Covid Con, the news outlets prominently displayed continuously updated death toll tickers. The daily headlines above lurid red (danger, danger!) graphs shrieked ‘Yet More Hundreds Dead Yesterday!’ and ‘Covid-19 Death Toll Reaches New Record High!’ All of this was lies. Outright, blatant lies.
We were never told that the only excess deaths occurred over just a six-week period, and only in the care homes. Instead, we were told large numbers of excess deaths from Covid-19 continued to occur in our overloaded hospitals throughout the year. None of this was true. It was all lies.
We were never told those dying were onlythe very old and very ill. Instead, we were told people of all ages were dying, even the young and healthy. None of this was true. It was all lies.
We were never told that death rates were average or below average between June 2020 and January 2021. Instead, we were told there were thousands of Covid deaths occurring every week between those dates. None of this was true. It was all lies.
Tomorrow: Matt Hancock’s role