67,000 English People Died Unnecessarily Due to the Government's Poor COVID Response.
The UK government's over-reaction and woefully misinformed policies, including lockdown, masks and the mRNA experiment resulted in substantially more deaths than neighbouring Sweden.
Throughout the COVID pandemic, proponents of over-zealous COVID policy response have tried to negate the evidently strong relationship between England and Sweden in terms of mortality. And yet, Sweden serves as an excellent proxy and therefore control to estimate the impact of England’s policies in the COVID era relative to Sweden.
It is clear from Figure 1 that deaths in England and Sweden follow very similar patterns and relative magnitude. Between 2017 and 2019, you could estimate England deaths from Sweden with a high degree of accuracy, revealing just a couple of significant divergences in winter 2018 and late autumn 2019 where England has relatively slightly more death than Sweden for whatever reason - evidently flu B(H3N2) hit England harder in the winter 2018 and A(H3N2) Sweden in the spring; could autumn 2019 be the first emergence of COVID and indicate a greater susceptibility of the English than the Swedes?
However, once we are in the COVID era, between 2020 and 2022, the actual number of deaths in England is substantially higher than expected according to this simple Sweden model (Figure 2).
According to Figure 3, coming into the COVID era, unexpected England deaths (measured as the difference between the Sweden model and actual deaths) was very close to zero.
However, unexpected England deaths explode in the week following 22nd March 2020, the week that England imposed its first lockdown (and Sweden ostensibly did not).
Unexpected deaths in England explode again in the week following 3rd January 2021 when England pushes harder than any other country in the world (except Israel) to subject as many people as possible to the mRNA experiment.
Throughout the second half of 2021, unexpected England deaths have simply risen inexorably.
In total, there are over over 67,000 unexpected England deaths according to this model by July 2022. Some may be due to different population health demographics, specifically in the context of COVID pathogenicity, e.g. incidence of metabolic syndrome, but I would suggest the majority are due directly to the wrong policy decisions made and continue to be made in spite of strong evidence against them from the very start.
I have very little confidence in the result of official investigations into the UK pandemic response because, instead of actually looking at the data, the focus will be on asking certain groups of people what they thought about it.
The opinions of people - should we have locked down sooner, harder, etc… - are worth absolutely nothing, especially in the presence of cold, hard data.
So, believe what you like about what you might see or read of the public enquiry, the continued nonsense from certain quarters about social distancing and masking, and indeed the dreaded mRNA experiment, but the data does not lie - you are simply blind to the truth.
I believe the enquiry is already framed and just an exercise to exonerate all those in power who harmed us. Its sole purpose will be to hear the voices of the cult of covid and ignore any others. It will support all restrictions etc and say they were beneficial. In fact, I feel it will go further and make ridiculous conclusions like we should locked down sooner and harder.
They will NOT look at the data, let's face it the plethora of evidence of deaths and harms have been ignored by ALL expert systems and Government all along. It is truly beyond belief how they are still happily poisoning people. I have zero positive expectations of this enquiry and no faith in it whatsoever. Once completed I am dreading the righteous headlines and media glee that will focus only on the manipulated false narrative. It makes my head hurt!
Yes, the willing blindness of western countries to "best practice" or even considering the data coming out of other countries has been shocking, e.g. when Japan had zero cases for a good while, there was zero interest in determining why, or what we could learn from it. A case in point was the deliberations about another lockdown before christmas in the UK - a refusal to consider real world data from South Africa which had already gone before, yet consideration given to the data from disproven toy mathematical models!