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Hiram Abiff

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  1. I hold my hands up. I have been completely wrong. This has turned out to far far worse than I expected. And the numbers of Covid 19 deaths I see reported on the TV are vastly underestimated. Its a catastrophe beyond what I could have imagined and I will now shut up. As must of you already knew, I’m an arse.
  2. 49 deaths in Sweden over the past 3 days no lockdown
  3. Tens of thousands of NHS hospital beds remain unoccupied - 40. 9% of NHS acute beds were unoccupied as of the weekend The whole point of the lockdown was to not overwhelm the NHS The NHS isn’t overwhelmed so the lockdown has to end now
  4. Police ignoring social distancing rules again
  5. 3 million people in the U.K. go hungry as a result of lockdown I hope you’re satisfied @bazil85 😡 https://www.ft.com/content/e5061be6-2978-4c0b-aa68-f372a2526826
  6. Police stopping NHS staff from getting to work https://www.cambridge-news.co.uk/news/cambridge-news/cambridgeshire-police-tell-addenbrookes-staff-18081286
  7. And finally... back in 2005, Neil Ferguson, the man whose estimates the Covid 19 lockdown is based on, predicted that 200 million would die of bird flu..... “probably” I wonder if @oaksoft helped him with this prediction? 😂 https://www.theguardian.com/world/2005/sep/30/birdflu.jamessturcke
  8. A study by ETH Zurich found that the infection rate in Switzerland fell to a stable value of 1 several days before the „lockdown“, presumably due to general hygiene and everyday measures. If this result is correct, it would fundamentally question the sense of a „lockdown“. here to help
  9. And yet again, the WHO confirm that an analysis of 75,465 COVID-19 cases in China, airborne transmission was not reported.8 https://www.who.int/news-room/commentaries/detail/modes-of-transmission-of-virus-causing-covid-19-implications-for-ipc-precaution-recommendations
  10. A study in the Journal of Medical Virology concludes that the internationally used coronavirus test is unreliable: In addition to the already known problem of false positive results, there is also a „potentially high“ rate of false negative results, i.e. the test does not respond even in symptomatic individuals, while in other patients it does respond once and then again not. This makes it more difficult to exclude other flu-like illnesses. A Swiss biophysicist has for the first time evaluated and graphically displayed the rate of positive tests in the US, Germany and Switzerland. The result shows that the positive rate in these countries is increasing only slightly and not exponentially.
  11. A Danish study with 1500 blood donors found that the lethality of Covid19 is only 1.6 per thousand, i.e. more than 20 times lower than originally assumed by the WHO and thus in the range of a strong (pandemic) influenza. At the same time Denmark has decided to reopen schools and kindergartens next week. A serological study in the US state of Colorado comes to the preliminary conclusion that the lethality of Covid19 has been overestimated by a factor of 5 to a factor of 20 and is likely to be in the range between normal and pandemic influenza.
  12. It’s ironic He posts photos of semi naked women and makes jokes about them. He makes jokes about dogging in the same post where he gleefully talks about people dying He jokes about the chocolate line when someone mentions the word arse He’s a scumbag
  13. From TPTWAT’s right wing newspaper: UK hunger crisis: 1.5m people go whole day without food
  14. Deary me. You’ve got a real obsession about me. I’ll like your posts too if that’ll make you feel any better? Got any misogynistic or homophobic jokes?
  15. I didn’t post anything from a racist website. You’re a liar Got any misogynistic or homophobic jokes?
  16. Their health system hasn’t crashed and they have zero excess mortality. They’ll come out if this with less mortality and they won’t have totally crashed their economy.
  17. The reason your predictions were so wrong is simply that you didn’t know what you were talking about. If you need any further help from me to help you understand simple concepts, like compound interest, then feel free to ask. You lying racist, fascist scumbag
  18. It’s worrying that you don’t think that front line services should be following social distancing rules, thereby putting themselves and the public they serve at risk.
  19. Indeed. Thanks for making my point. [emoji106]
  20. He prefers a bit of casual misogyny or homophobia
  21. In the above chart BLUE shows the number of deaths from Flu/Pneumonia in 2019, ORANGE shows Flu/Pneumonia deaths this year (it takes a few weeks before data is published). RED are the deaths in the UK reported "with" COVID-19 ("with" not necessarily "because of"). At this scale, the deaths "with" COVID-19 look relatively few compared to the deaths from all causes and compared to the number of deaths that usually take place in NHS hospitals.
  22. A doctor says the lockdown will kill more than the virus Last week, in Intermediate Care, we sent two patients into the local hospital who were seriously ill. They were both sent back almost immediately. They both died. Yes, they were ill, and may have died anyway. But I believe they should both have been admitted, and treated, and they could both still be alive. They died because of COVID. Ambulance crews are under very heavy pressure not to admit anyone unless absolutely necessary. Some of those, not admitted, will die. These people, all these people, are dying ‘because of’ COVID. Because of the fact that almost the entire focus of the NHS is now on COVID – to the virtual exclusion of anything else. Our local hospital now has more empty beds than at any time in history. Elective surgery has stopped, to free up resources. There is enormous managerial pressure to clear more and more people out of hospital, out of Intermediate Care beds, back home with little support available. Some of them will die because of this. https://drmalcolmkendrick.org
  23. Economic downturn and wider NHS disruption likely to hit health hard – especially health of most vulnerable https://www.ifs.org.uk/publications/14800 New briefings from researchers at the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) point out that: The coronavirus pandemic is putting the NHS under unprecedented strain and leading to cancelled operations and disruptions to non-coronavirus emergency care. This will disproportionately affect older individuals, and those from less affluent backgrounds, both in the short and the medium term.
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