A DEVASTATING exposure of Covid-19 propaganda in Ireland comes in a YouTube video by medical blogger Ivor Cummins.
It replays an Irish television news segment in which Professor Gerry Killeen, of University College, Cork, was asked how bad things would get if more restrictive measures were not imposed.
He replied that ‘the fast road to herd immunity’ would be through ‘refrigerated trucks and mass graves’ – predicting 20,000 to 30,000 deaths.
But on YouTube, Cummins painstakingly dismantles this assertion with graphs and figures showing the situation is nothing like that portrayed, with overall death figures for 2017, 2018 and 2020 roughly the same.
‘How is this going on a national television channel with no real challenge?’ he asks. ‘Our national media giving a platform for people making crazy projections that bear no relation to reality, pushing Ireland into further economic and social destruction and death, delayed cancer cases, depression, increased suicide levels, a complete undermining of society not in any way linked in any scientific fashion to the actual data?’
How indeed? And Cummins’s video will doubtless strike a chord in the UK, where similar concerns about what we are officially being told are growing. You can watch it here.