In the first few weeks of COVID19 we called out the fact that the UK Govt is not following the science . Now it can’t be ignored. James Ferguson (as opposed to Prof Neil Ferguson) has done some more crucial research on PCR tests and ‘cases’ and explains what the problems are. Continue reading
Positive tests are NOT the same as cases
The UK Government in conjunction with the MSM are now focused on the “rapid surge in cases” and threatening a second national lockdown. But a rise in positive PCR tests does NOT mean a rise in CASES. It’s crucial to clarify this mis-use of medical terminology, because Continue reading
We should all think carefully about the flu vaccine
The USA government has for many years pushed the need for everyone to get a flu jab. In the fall (autumn) every year, the media rolls out its propaganda campaign for the drug industry, with the stamp of approval from the Centers for Disease Control. They haven’t been able to Continue reading
PCR the Unreliable Test Locking Down the World
There are very few deaths in the UK and Europe now that COVID19 has achieved its bell curve and all but gone, but there has been no ‘good news’ from the government or the mainstream media (MSM). On the contrary, the MSM has shifted its focus to the number of positive Continue reading
Doctors v Main Stream Media
On this blog we have highlighted the numbers issue from the very beginning. Over time it has emerged that there were many confusing and confused ways of reporting what was a death from COVID19 and what was a death Continue reading
A MUST READ: COVID19 Vaccine: a ticking time bomb?
We are continually told that the restrictions to our freedoms cannot be lifted until the vaccine is ready, so it is incumbent on ourselves to make a fully informed choice about any COVID19 vaccine that is offered. The money that is on the table for this vaccine – Continue reading
What’s Happening in India?
An article in the UK Spectator on July 22nd, entitled “The Virus Paradox” cites some evidence from India showing that 23.5% of Delhi’s population has antibodies to Sars-Cov-2. The research was carried out between Continue reading
Fact or Fiction – the Asymptomatic Spreaders?
With so much information from so many different sources regarding COVID19, knowing the truth is challenging. This is especially difficult when it comes to understanding the mechanisms of virus transmission and how easily it spreads. The significance of this is crucial as it impacts the whole strategy Continue reading
Eminent British epidemiologists – suppression of COVID19 is not viable
What do COVID19 Numbers Mean in the USA?
“As U.S. Coronavirus Cases Hit 3.5 Million, Officials Scramble to Add Restrictions” was the New York Times headline on July 16th. Reading much of the media in the USA now, there is a clear impression that the numbers of cases are increasing Continue reading
Biometric ID: Africa then the world, in times of COVID19
An article in mintpressnews.com lays out plans to link together biometric ID with vaccine and financial records for a future that will encompass a cashless society. The collaboration between the Gates Foundation supported Global Vaccine Alliance (GAVI), Mastercard and an A.I. Continue reading
Still Trying to Prove Sweden Wrong – Fails Again
The New York Times, has not been shy in maintaining an unquestioning perspective on the COVID19 narrative given by governments. In an article on July 7th, Sweden Has Become the World’s Cautionary Tale, it makes the case that the lack of lockdown Continue reading
Africa Demonstrates Against Oxford Vaccine Trial
(AP Photo/Themba Hadebe) Demonstrations have broken out in South Africa regarding the proposed vaccine trials being run by the University of Oxford, one of the competitors in the race to bring a COVID19 vaccine to market. The demonstrators Continue reading
Physicians for Informed Consent COVID19 Factsheet CFR 0.26%
Physicians for Informed Consent have issued a COVID19 fact sheet to help make sense of the current situation. In May the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) estimated the Case Fatality Rate of COVID19 to be at 0.26%, not much higher than a busy flu season. The fact sheet includes 25 rock solid references from official sources that support what we have been saying since the beginning. Continue reading
Flu vaccine increases the risk of COVID19 – research
The flu vaccine has become a familiar refrain every year as winter approaches. This year the flu vaccine has already been recommended as a way of helping to protect the NHS from a “second wave” of COVID19. The US government recommends the flu vaccine every year for all age groups and this year will be no exception. The rationale is that those Continue reading
Protecting the Elderly: New York Failed, Florida Got an A
As more information surfaces about how individual states handled the directive to “protect the elderly” some stark and tragic differences are coming to light. The comparison between New York and Florida highlights the cost paid by families and their loved ones. Continue reading
What are we doing to our children?
As children are returning to school throughout the world, many parents are still concerned about COVID19 and reluctant to let them go. Even young children are being asked to conform to social distancing, mask wearing and other mitigation behaviours, when all evidence Continue reading
The Latest UK Figures: Was Lockdown Needed?
The UK released the latest breakdown for COVID19 deaths in hospitals up until June 4th. The figures support what we knew from the beginning, the elderly and the vulnerable were the ones at risk and the ones that needed protection. Continue reading
Contact Tracing: a Bad Idea at the Wrong Time
Contact tracing is now a central part of most government agendas in the monitoring and control of the COVID19 outbreak. It involves widespread tracing, testing and isolation. Is it too late for this strategy and does this level of monitoring and surveillance pose a threat to our privacy? Continue reading
What’s Happening in Africa? Govts Reject Lockdown
An Overview of the Impact of Covid-19 on sub-Saharan Africa. Much of the attention on the COVID19 pandemic has focused on Europe, the US and China with the greatest number of deaths in Europe and the USA. However, Africa, the largest continent, has remained relatively Continue reading