How many millions of deaths would you estimate for a pandemic? Roughly? The Black Death when it raged across Europe killed 35 million people. The Spanish Flu lasted from February 1918 to April 1920, and it infected 500 million people – about a third of the world’s population at the time in four successive waves.
The difference between those pandemics is sanitation and food. We don’t live in flea infested hovels and our men aren’t coming home on cramped disease ridden ships. We’re more likely to fall ill in a pandemic if we’re elderly or have pre-existing conditions.
How’s Covid stacking up against these historic pandemics? The so-called Covid-19 pandemic began in 2020 and so far only 2,149,496 people have died out of 8 billion. “Oh, but going into lock down stopped it,” people will say. Rubbish. What about all the Black Lives Matter protests that happened between lock downs? Not a single person from those events got infected, and those should have been super spreader events.
Does Covid look anything like the virus outbreak movies Hollywood has produced, with bodies on the streets and mass graves?
“20 million will die!” came the dire warning from health officials about Coronavirus. The predictions were then adjusted to 10 million, 5 million, 2.5 million and finally 1.5 million worldwide. But the media are still acting like demented town criers shouting, “bring out your dead!”
No-one told Joe Biden that over 2020 the figures needed to be adjusted by a few less zeros. In September he said that 200 million people could die from coronavirus by the time he finished his speech. Really? The population of the US is around 330 million, so that meant two-thirds of the nation would be dead by the end of his speech. What an insult to American intelligence.
The oligarchs that Biden and the media serve have done everything in their power to convince you that Coronavirus represents a real threat to your life.
But real numbers don’t lie.
Let’s look at the USA, a nation the media focuses on. This is the death rate for the last ten years.
If there’s a pandemic, why has the number of deaths in America over the last 10 years remained about the same?
What are your thoughts on this?
Here’s an article just in by a journalist in the UK :
I had a very serious wake-up call as regards my duties as a journalist. This was because the Mail Online fact-checked the claims of an NHS healthcare assistant who was standing outside Truro cathedral with a microphone having ‘publicly resigned after claiming she had “no work to do for three weeks” at the peak of the pandemic’:
‘The total deaths from these three hospitals in seven months is 76 people’, she said. ‘That’s about 10 people a month over the past seven months, and we have locked down.’ The Mail Online then looked into what she was saying as regards where she had been working, and NHS figures showed that ‘67 people died from Covid-19 at Treliske hospital between March and September… there were just four people with the virus receiving care at the Royal Cornwall Hospitals NHS Trust on October 29.’
It should not be up to random members of the public to cause scenes that go viral to have a journalist investigate their truth and print it in a newspaper…Press Cave on COVID: ‘It’s a Journalist’s Duty to Question Lockdown’
JANUARY 21, 2021 BY NEWS WIRE