'Covid' Ops: Lies, damned lies and statistics

What do the figures say?

'Covid' Ops: Lies, damned lies and statistics

I find the level of deception being perpetrated by the UK government despicable. Following the latest ONS (Office for National Statistics) figures the mainstream media has been putting out all sorts of stories suggesting the number of deaths so far could be higher than those in the actual statistics, but in fact if you look at the topic logically you’d quickly see the reverse is probably so.

In November last year, just as the world was starting to wake up to a new coronavirus threat, my wife lost her three-year battle with Stage IV cancer. After being admitted to hospital a few months earlier she was finding it incredibly hard to breathe because of the cancer, she found it hard to eat because of the cancer, and she passed away because of the cancer. Her death certificate has cancer down as the cause of death.

What about patients in conditions similar to her’s now, well if they’ve contracted a coronavirus they’re death certificate will say Covid19 as a factor, so the statisticians will record them as Covid19 victims, when any flu-like infection could have proved fatal for them… because they had cancer.

So the first point… a coronavirus which cannot be accurately categorised is, as it does every year, proving a serious threat to those most vulnerable because of their compromised immune systems. They are not dying because of Covid19, although perhaps their passing is being hastened by a coronavirus.

As of 16 April 2020 a website called Worldometer has the UK’s coronavirus cases as 98,476, deaths 12,868, recovered N/A.

So according to that 1:7.6 people who contract coronavirus are falling victim to it, but we know that’s rubbish. It may be that 1:7.6 who are admitted to hospital and taken seriously ill are losing their battles… but are they losing them to cancer, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease or any other underlying conditions that are now being completely set aside by the 'propaganda' factory as causes of death.

Only 98,476 cases have been recorded out of a population of 67.8 million. That means only one person in every 689 has contracted the illness, but without testing we dont’t know whether that figure is accurate. I suspect the number of cases is far higher but the illness has such little effect on them that they are not seeking medical assistance.

It is true that some people may be dying in the community and not going to hospital, but again these people have underlying health problems, which this present lock-down situation is exacerbating, making many of those vulnerable people afraid or unable to trouble the hospitals.

So accurate testing is fundamental to understanding the real threat of Covid19 but, despite promising to do something about the lack of it for a month now, the government is completely failing to deliver.

So what do we accurately know? Well, out of a population of 67.8 million, there have only been 12,868 deaths according to Worldometer. So, what percentage of the population of the UK have so far had their deaths attributed to Covid19? Well, that would be 0.02%, with the majority of those dying because of underlying health problems such as cancer.

And worldwide? Again, as of 16 April, Worldometer puts global coronavirus cases at 2,096,585, deaths 135,662, and recovered 523,346. And the world’s population? Well, that’s 7,778,150,760… and rising by the second.

So globally the percentage of people who have so far died from Covid19 is less than 0.002% with, once again, many of those deaths as a result of the underlying conditions of each patient.

And in the United States? From a population of 331,002,651… there have so far been 28,554 deaths… a percentage of 0.008%.

Please everybody, don’t blindly believe what the authorities and mainstream media are saying, we are being treated like fools… this has nothing to do with saving lives, it’s all about introducing sweeping changes to society to subjugate lives, for goodness sake… join the dots!

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