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2020-11-27

Lockdown Sceptics publishes an article by well qualified authors (including Dr Mike Yeadon) which forensically explains how reliance on the PCR test is producing a "pseudo-epidemic".

"A false positive pseudo-epidemic is a well described phenomenon in the medical literature which results in an exponential rise in diagnosed cases and deaths but no excess deaths. PCR testing is renowned for it and the “second wave” of Swine Flu in 2009 was entirely a false positive pseudo-epidemic only stopped by stopping the testing"

This is the simple key point at issue which fatally undermines the whole government-by-big-pharma covid narrative, and the cogent arguments presented in this article deserve everybody's full attention, especially as we learn today that "end of lockdown" most emphatically does not involve any significant relaxation of restrictions on our freedom.

The article can also be downloaded here.

In fact, it's very hard to see how any independent providers in the hospitality industry can now avoid permanent closure.

The inevitable result will be to reduce many to dependence on such government hand-outs as they are able to access. Their future prosperity will depend upon the whims of the politicians rather than on their own free-market activity. Eventually their assets will be bought up by the big surviving corporations, and independent local businesses will become very few and far between.

Meanwhile levels of debt are mounting and interest rates and returns on capital invested are pushing below zero, meaning that pension funds can no longer provide sensible returns.

It is becoming ever harder to dismiss the thought that our government is no longer working on behalf of the people for the good of the economy, but whether intentionally or not, ever more people will become dependent upon the state and the employment offered by big corporations.

Will that "champion of free enterprise", the Tory Party, listen? Or are they really the champions only of the big corporations?