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The PCR testing scamdemic that fooled the world…

 

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12 hours ago, DC2 said:

Hmmm ... the authors of that study say:

“Take Florida: the state’s official numbers are often held up as being no worse than average in terms of COVID deaths, despite its governor taking a relatively relaxed approach to pandemic-related restrictions on activities. But Stokes’s team observed a lot more excess deaths not attributed to COVID in some of Florida’s rural counties, compared with more urban ones.”

And yet, does that prove Florida was significantly understated in Covid deaths compared to other states?

There does not seem to be significantly more dark blue shading in Florida than in other states!

 

It all depends on the figures. Quite possibly Florida was a nice rosy colour according to them. Politics and trying to show something other than the reality

Similar it seems to nearby Texas where it seems they reported deaths during the winter storm were 5 times less than the reality according to a study

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42 minutes ago, Blupanther said:

The PCR testing scamdemic that fooled the world…

 

 

That shows that even the government’s daily figures for a Covid hospitalisations are not an accurate measure of the severity of the disease in the UK because they include people who go to hospital for a completely different reason, such as a heart attack, cancer, a stroke or a broken leg, and incidentally have tested positive for Covid but are not suffering from it and maybe even do not have any symptoms!

Why have those who have tested positive for Covid but are not suffering from it (and maybe even do not have any symptoms) ever been included in the Covid deaths figures?

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Here’s a Sage risk assessment:

.... for a new petrol station.

You want to dig a big hole in the ground in the middle of town, put in some tanks and fill them up with an enormous amount of highly flammable fuel.

Then you're proposing to attach a really powerful pump and invite in random members of the public.

They'll arrive in vehicles with hot engines. You'll hand them the really powerful pump that sprays the highly flammable liquid.

Without any supervision they'll use it to transfer large quantities of the highly flammable liquid into their hot vehicle, they'll pay you and drive off.

Are you OK to sign off on that? Do you think Health and Safety will give it the green light?

And you want to do it by 21 June?

Are you mad?  :D

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More ridiculous BBC scaremongering, although, of course, without a bottom line predicting thousands of deaths!

“... with Office for National Statistics data showing eight in 10 adults are currently testing positive for antibodies - a result of both vaccination and previous infection - there are still plenty of susceptible people for it to infect.

But what has become clear in the past few days is that the trajectory we are on is steeper than many had hoped, because of the more infectious Delta variant, thought to be 40% to 80% more transmissible than the Alpha variant, first identified in Kent.

At the current rate of growth the UK will hit 15,000 cases a day by 21 June and January levels of infections by late July - and that's without the further relaxation of restrictions due, which could drive up cases even more.”

All while completely ignoring the facts that:

the only unvaccinated people are those who are at miniscule risk of Covid, and 

(as Matt Hancock confirmed yesterday) the Delta Variant has no significant impact on vaccinated people.

Just as well they go on to say:

... the Cases data on its own does not tell the full story. There is evidence the people being admitted to hospital are younger and less seriously ill than in previous waves, and so need less treatment and spend less time in hospital. There seems to be very few doubled-jabbed patients despite those being the most at risk of serious illness - providing further confidence about just how well the vaccines work.

That in turn will mean many many fewer deaths.

And yet the headline is:

June 21: Why we may have to wait longer for Freedom Day

rather than

June 21: there’s no good reason not to proceed

 

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1 minute ago, DC2 said:

More ridiculous BBC scaremongering, although, of course, without a bottom line predicting thousands of deaths!

“... with Office for National Statistics data showing eight in 10 adults are currently testing positive for antibodies - a result of both vaccination and previous infection - there are still plenty of susceptible people for it to infect.

But what has become clear in the past few days is that the trajectory we are on is steeper than many had hoped, because of the more infectious Delta variant, thought to be 40% to 80% more transmissible than the Alpha variant, first identified in Kent.

At the current rate of growth the UK will hit 15,000 cases a day by 21 June and January levels of infections by late July - and that's without the further relaxation of restrictions due, which could drive up cases even more.”

All while completely ignoring the facts that:

the only unvaccinated people are those who are at miniscule risk of Covid, and 

(as Matt Hancock confirmed yesterday) the Delta Variant has no significant impact on vaccinated people.

 

The thing with the BBC is that they keep reporting that "some" scientists say that lockdown needs to be extended.

They don't state the obvious that if "some" want to extend it then "some" obviously don't too. It's just "some scientists".

I'm still keeping fingers crossed that this is all media hype and we will remove restrictions on June 21 but ready to be entertained by the furore that follows if it doesn't.

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55 minutes ago, Grachan said:

The thing with the BBC is that they keep reporting that "some" scientists say that lockdown needs to be extended.

They don't state the obvious that if "some" want to extend it then "some" obviously don't too. It's just "some scientists".

I'm still keeping fingers crossed that this is all media hype and we will remove restrictions on June 21 but ready to be entertained by the furore that follows if it doesn't.

 

It’s good to see more and more people wise up to the media rather than fear for their lives!

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No news of the Nepalese variant since Portugal went amber.  :rolleyes:

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Oops…

 

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34 minutes ago, Humphrey Appleby said:

It's quite obvious that the UK population is being primed for restrictions to be kept after 21 June - not that they were really going to be removed in terms of international travel anyway. 

The government will already have the necessary data by now to know whether it can lift restrictions, and that fact that thousands could pack Edgbaston yesterday with no social distancing in sight, would suggest there's not massive concerns about whatever variant of COVID is flavour of this week. That it's making these never ending murmurings through the media - this time about 'young people being at risk' - strongly suggests the government are looking for an excuse to continue their control freakery.

Well on the radio here this morning they were saying only youngsters with a specific health problem or someone who comes in contact with an elderly person who has problems should be vaccinated. Although the add on , was because the data isn’t good enough atm !!!

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Forget coming out of lockdown in June

they will say wait 4 weeks, forget that as well, if we cant come out of lockdown with around only a 1000 people in hospital with Covid and less than 10 deaths per day we will come out of it

Nothing will change in 4 weeks, they will find some where else to do mass testing and find the numbers they want so that  they can keep us like this, the excuse will be that everyone needs to be vaccinated, even kids and those that don't want it, and then we can be in free in  this country, but still no foreign travel unless you can afford to self isolate.

the excuse for no foreign travel will be that even though you are vaccinated you might bring back a new nasty variant that the vaccine might not work against

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BBC commenting on the latest PHE figures:

the UK has now had a total of 42,323 Indian Variant cases (up from 12,323 last week);

223 of them have been hospitalised (although it’s not clear if they were hospitalised because of Covid or merely with it)

42 of them have died (although it’s not clear if they died because of Covid or merely with it)

Of the 42 that died, 23 were unvaccinated, 7 one dosed, 12 both doses.

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Dr Shillary Jones is funded by Bill Gates. Is anyone surprised…:rolleyes:

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