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So you did your best? Denial and delusion of the pandemic pushers 


HOW can the words ‘Covid amnesty’ even be uttered whilst the NHS and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the US public health watchdog, are yet to lay down their arms?  

I can quite see why the Covid-pushers would want free passes to exempt themselves from the consequences of their actions, under some crass slogan like ‘we acted from the best of intentions’.  

But a clumsy essay promoting such a narrative as written by Emily Oster for the Atlantic, in a country that continues to have some vaccine mandates in place, is contradictory even by their standards. Might this be a sign that their censorship of the media has failed so they are hedging their bets by pivoting to a new stratagem? 

First up, we will have to return to the rule of law, and prosecutions for fraud, abuse of power, misconduct in public office, and any number of offences will have to ensue, plus huge compensation payments made by those who profiteered from the manufactured pandemic, before we can even consider any truth and reconciliation process, of which the first requirement of the perpetrators is owning the truth. 

We may never know if medical practitioners administered the poisonous drug Remdesivir to patients hospitalised with Covid, recommended harmful injections and gave authoritative assurances of their safety because they were financially incentivised to do so, because they uncritically adhered to dogma, because they feared being ostracised by their colleagues and losing their position, or some combination of all three. Whatever their reasons, any medical practitioner who has strayed so far from the path of healing is unfit to hold a licence to practise. 

A few years ago I observed a trial at the Old Bailey for gross negligence manslaughter, brought under the Health and Safety Executive.  

The case involved a large construction project in Central London and centred around the temporary storing of a large, heavy window propped up against the building, inadequately secured, which subsequently fell on to the pavement and killed a passer-by.  

The window in question had been due to be delivered earlier that week, and the normal system for receiving goods onsite was prior confirmation of a scheduled delivery which triggered the necessary procedures for unloading and storage in an allocated space within the building site.   

However, the delivery was overdue, which had affected the whole installation programme. So when it arrived unexpectedly on a Friday afternoon without the key personnel onsite, an impromptu decision was made to store it in the above fashion, resulting in a tragic accident.  

There were a number of defendants facing trial, both individual and corporate, and the central question the jury had to decide was whether an accident could reasonably have been foreseen.   

There were acquittals and convictions as the jury determined that in the circumstances, and despite the costly delay, the delivery truck should have been turned away, and allocated responsibility accordingly.  

Since 2020, the individuals and institutions which have actively engaged in causing mass harm that was manifestly foreseeable are countless, and there is ample proof the dangers of the injections were flagged up numerous times by independent medical scientists.   

Any notion of reforming state juggernauts is disingenuous. As one independent American physician said: ‘Every organisation whose name includes the words “department”, “bureau” or “agency” needs to be shut down. Rebuilding society will take years.’  

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Serena Wylde
Serena Wylde
Serena Wylde is multi-lingual with a keen interest in law and ethics.

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