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This is a stage managed con and is definitely not about a virus.

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The Govt continue causing economic chaos by inhibiting people going about their business; this country is clearly its own worst enemy.

The total number of people to die with Covid and no other known illness is 1,396.

That’s up 6 (six) since 26th August. 269 were under 60. For reference, around 1,800 die on the roads each year. https://england.nhs.uk/statistics/statistical-work-areas/covid-19-daily-deaths/…

If that figure doesn’t prove that we need an urgent criminal investigation into our MPs, corporate leaders and media owners to discover the links between them then I don’t know what does.

This is a stage managed con and is definitely not about a virus.

The totalitarian UK government are not talking about deaths anymore one notices; it is because the number is basically zero.

There is no epidemic. There is a “casedemic”. That is to say, we are now counting “positive tests” as “cases” even though the person is not ill, doesn’t get ill and may even have recovered months ago.

Put simply, the “second wave” is made up almost exclusively of positive tests of healthy people, whereas the first wave was made up mostly of positive tests of very ill people.

The difference is obvious when you plot both the death rate per million and the positive test per million on the same timescale[1]. In other analyses[2], it is obvious that viral spread is completely unaffected by social distancing and masks.

1] Viral Issue Crucial Update Sept 8th: the Science, Logic and Data Explained https://youtu.be/8UvFhIFzaa…
[2] ditto https://youtu.be/8UvFhIFzaa…

To create a panic about a modest uptick in cases, apparently without a corresponding significant increase in hospitalisations or deaths, suggests that there’s an ulterior motive involved . . .

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