“More evidence emerges of inflated Covid-19 fatality rates – are we being intimidated?”/By Malcolm Kendrick – Eva Bartlett

So, it seems that around the world the same things are being seen. A  seemingly coordinated attempt to vastly overinflate the number of deaths  caused by Covid-19, and to drive home how deadly it is.

For example, a few days ago, a new story hit the headlines in the UK, warning of hundreds of thousands of deaths this winter.

‘The UK could see about 120,000 new coronavirus deaths in a second wave of infections this winter, scientists say.

Asked to model a “reasonable”  worst-case scenario, they suggest a range between 24,500 and 251,000 of  virus-related deaths in hospitals alone, peaking in January and February.’

Where  did this come from? It was a model, using exactly the same assumptions  as that created by Prof Neil Ferguson from Imperial College London in  March. The one that warned of 500,000 deaths in the UK. Only out by a  factor of ten. Probably far more, because many of the deaths recorded as  due to Covid have been, simply, wrong.

How certain was their prediction of 120,000 deaths? Professor Stephen  Holgate, who chaired the report then said. ‘This is not a prediction –  but it is a possibility.’ A possibility… Perhaps it should be published  in the Journal of possibility-based medicine. A journal where you simply  make up facts, then see how many people run around in sheer terror.

“More evidence emerges of inflated Covid-19 fatality rates – are we being intimidated?”

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