Early warning signals of vax-induced COVID were ignored.
A review of public data from Jan '21.
Recently, I was reviewing some material I produced in the late part of 2020 and early 2021. I discussed my early findings with a colleague in late December 2020 but didn’t present officially until 02 Feb 2021 (based on analysis done on 29 Jan 2021).
I presented to HART, in camera, but the decision was made not to go public for fear of being labelled “anti-vaxxers” to the detriment of all the other stellar work the organisation was doing at the time.
For the record, here’s the timestamp of the document:
And here are the slides from the deck. No further explanation is required because I already annotated them at the time.
Now, if I could have produced this from public data, even before I had discovered my Gompertz function to characterise the individual distributions more accurately, then surely Public Health could have seen these obvious signals?
When we finally agreed to publish at the end of March 20211, my conclusion was tempered to urge proper investigation, rather than to draw any definitive conclusion.
Even then, it featured in a hit piece on HART in the FT, by their Science™ editor, Tom Whipple, requiring us to defend ourselves2. Now, there is so much more evidence (data and science) supporting those early insights, I am ever more confident who is going to be on the right side of history.
It’s a crying shame that so many more people had to die unnecessarily because instead of doing the job we did for them, Public Health and the main stream media went all out to cover their tracks.
As reader Jaime Jessop correctly pointed out, many of these early deaths were in care homes after a remarkably successful run of not suffering any excess mortality. Then, all of sudden, there were COVID outbreaks in care homes all across the country simultaneously, in spite of no change in policies. Here is a chart I prepared on 20 Mar 21.
I should really redo it using a Gompertz function but even from this amateurish effort, the “coincidence” is quite obvious!