Debate me – or sue me!

That was Dr. Mike Yeadon’s message for Sir Patrick Vallance, Sir Chris Whitty, Sir Mene Pangalos, Dr. Mathai Mammen and Dr. James Merson – after he indicted them on Radical with Maajid Nawaz,1Scroll back to start for full context.

He also had a message for you:

… I don’t wanna be alive if we lose this… I’m in the same boat as you. But what would really annoy me is, if anyone hears this and doesn’t do something with it, well, stop watching.. Stop watching! It’s not entertainment! If you don’t go and do something with this, turn your computer off.

Dr. Mike Yeadon

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The Lombardy Analysis

A pattern difficult to explain by viral spread.1An article by eugyppius (The Earliest Days of the Italian Pandemic, or: Why Nobody Wants To Talk About February 2020 Anymore) got Jonathan Engler digging in the Lombardy regional death data.

The first thing to note… is the extreme synchronicity of the excess death curves… surprising in the context of a “spreading” virus. The next thing to note is the height and sharpness of the peaks in deaths.

This extremely rapid rise and fall, to unprecedented levels, also seen synchronously elsewhere in Lombardy, does not look at all natural. However, it does resemble another, non-viral incident. In 2003 there was a huge spike in elderly deaths in France, triggered by a heatwave…

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All-cause mortality in the United States.

… seasonal variation… you can go back to… before the second World War… very regular… There is a regular pattern. There is a clear historic trend. Then… there’s this break to a new regime. where we don’t even come down close to the summer baselines that we were seeing before.

Denis Rancourt

The “COVID-Period Mass Vaccination Campaign and Public Health Disaster in the USA” paper found…

  • No deaths were averted by the vaccination campaign.
  • Excess mortality is linked to poverty, disability, obesity.1The poverty correlation they found would seems to bolster Matthew Crawford’s budding Wealth Theory of Vaccine Efficacy.
  • No increase in death in elderly; young adults died more than aged.

So it’s not a virus doing the killing.

Not good for ‘the narrative’. In any way.

Also not good for the claim that treatments2like those using ivermectin are successfully beating a SARS-CoV-2 virus.

A broad overview

The authors explain methods and charts

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