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A beginners’ guide to the Great Covid Con, Part 5: Matt Hancock’s role


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, Part 4 is here.

FORMER Health Secretary Matt Hancock has dyslexia. He has trouble with words and numbers. Two words he should get used to recognising are ‘geronticide’ and ‘democide’. The former means the killing of the elderly. The latter, according to the Collins English Dictionary, means: ‘The killing of members of a country’s civilian population as a result of its government’s policy, including by direct action, indifference, and neglect.’

Hancock may suffer from a narcissistic personality disorder. He is also firmly aligned with Klaus Schwab and the World Economic Forum. In his tenure as Health Secretary there were various instances where personal friends were awarded large government contracts for Covid-19 related procurements. And, of course, while he was telling us to lock down and avoid all personal contact with others, he was carrying out an adulterous and very personal liaison with his squeeze Gina Coladangelo.

In the furore following the Coladangelo revelations, Hancock sought to rebuild his career by appearing on trash TV reality shows. Never has there been a man so unsuited to run a whelk stall, let alone oversee the government’s reaction to an allegedly unprecedented emergency.

Or at least ‘so unsuited’ in normal times. 2020 was far from normal, so perhaps Hancock was engineered into his position as Health Secretary precisely because of his callous and cold-hearted inabilities, rather than despite them. After all, it takes a particularly wicked sort of human being to do the dirty work sometimes required by those who set the Globalist Agenda. Hancock was a godsend to those in need of immediate and large numbers of deaths.

In late 2020, Amnesty International issued a 54-page report into the Great Care Home Cull. Amnesty didn’t go quite so far as to unequivocally state it was an exercise in mass murder, but it got very close to that implication. Amnesty also called for a full government inquiry. To date, this has not happened. Nor has The Great Care Home Cull been forensically dissected in the present governmental inquiry into the pandemic. In point of fact, both it and the Amnesty report have been disappeared, vapourised, or memory-holed as Orwell might have put it.

Hancock is aware he is in some danger of prosecution for democide. He has already stated he believes government officials should be indemnified against prosecution for deaths resulting from ministerial action taken during an international emergency. The problem he faces is that the deaths were caused only by government action as opposed to a viral pandemic.

Hancock was videotaped on April 17 2020 casually informing his interlocutor, one Dr Luke Evans, that he had stockpiled a sufficient amount of midazolam, a drug used to slowly shut down the respiratory system, which when coupled with morphine painlessly eases those at end-of-life over the finishing line.

As it turns out, Hancock managed to obtain a two-year supply of midazolam. Or a two-year supply in normal times. In abnormal 2020 there was no danger of it exceeding its sell-by date. Between March and June, large amounts were used up. Lots and lots of midazolam, coupled with lots and lots of deaths at the precise same time in the care homes we were not allowed to enter. See graphs below:

In a 2023 court case, Hancock claimed he had never heard of midazolam before being accused of using it to murder care home residents. He lied. He committed perjury. He is on tape talking about it three years earlier. Hancock then went on to post a message on his TikTok account (why does an ex-Minister of State have a TikTok account?) aimed at those who accused him of The Midazolam Murders, in which he demonically laughed and said: ‘Ha-ha- ha, oh no, I’m devastated, ha-ha-ha’.

This TikTok video outburst is extraordinary. I’m not a psychiatrist, but Hancock seems to be exhibiting a real degree of psychopathology here. We know from a Daily Telegraph article that Hancock’s NHS was instructed to deny care to the elderly in care homes. We know the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (Nice) published their ng163 guidance on April 3, 2020, advising midazolam to be issued to patients who exhibited ‘anxiety’ and breathlessness. Needless to say, prescribing midazolam to people struggling to breathe is nothing other than a death sentence.

Nice actually stated the following: ‘Sedation and opioid use should not be withheld because of a fear of causing respiratory depression’ and went on to say: ‘Notes: At the time of publication (April 2020), opioids and benzodiazepines did not have a UK marketing authorisation for this indication or route of administration . . .’

(Incidentally, the ng163 guidance disappeared from the Nice website but was retrieved courtesy of the miraculous Wayback Machine.)

In another video, Hancock was asked about the Do Not Resuscitate (DNR) notices issued in care homes without the knowledge of the residents’ families. He appeared as a rabbit in the headlights. Stuttering, stammering, squirming, he guiltily said this: ‘I totally agree with you about the, er, the, the, er, the inexcusable, erm, nature of any attempt to use Do Not Resuscitate orders without consent, and when, erm, there were concerns raised at blanket consent being put in place, erm, we stopped that immediately.’

Too late, of course, to stop the deaths. Which one can only assume was all part of the plan. A question not asked was who issued the blanket DNR orders in the first place? It wouldn’t have been Mrs Scroggins, the care home manageress, would it? Nor would it have been the local GP. The only person with the power to order such a wicked and murderously criminal action on a nationwide level could only have been Hancock himself.

Did Health Secretary Matt Hancock deliberately put into place the mechanisms designed to ensure large numbers of deaths over a short space of time? Was this done to give some credibility to a claimed lethal pandemic which necessitated lockdowns and more? Did he engage in the colossal crime of democide? Personally, I believe he did just that. And my belief is based purely on historical reality.

Tomorrow: Manipulating the death rate data

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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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