Mitochondrial Eve Posted April 27, 2022 Share Posted April 27, 2022 7 hours ago, Golden Retriever said: Day by day and week by week, snippets of truth emerge from the complicit media. They knew two years ago the Government meassures were criminal, but said NOTHING. The Tories may lose the next election because of Covid, but what did Labour say or do? Absolutely nothing proving the main parties are in lockstep together. Government policy on discharging patients from hospitals to care homes at start of Covid pandemic was 'unlawful', High Court judges rule https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10758647/Government-policy-discharging-patients-hospitals-care-homes-start-Covid-unlawful.html On the face of it, this ruling appears to be good news. However, I am fearful it is not. Reading closer into what the the article says the court decided, it has been concluded that the measure to place elderly patients into care homes was "unlawful" because the government failed to account for the risk of asymptomatic transmission of Covid and did not undertake testing before transferring hospital patients. Covid, apparently, was even more deadly, via asymptomatic transmission, than the government allowed for - this further perpetuates the ridiculous and unscientific notion that disease can be spread by people who are well and that greater distance is needed. This is a particularly dangerous narrative because it was the whole justification for the restrictive measures and why the healthy had to be imprisoned also. I am strongly of the view that lockdown measures were the actual cause of excess suffering and death rather than a so-called novel coronavirus. Yet it has not been said that lockdown measures themselves are harmful - if anything, it is implied that even stricter measures should have been imposed. There is of course no consideration of the use of midazolam as being a possible cause of deaths in care homes, nor of the impact isolation can have on general wellbeing and quality of life. It would seem there is no question in the minds of the court that it was Covid that caused the excess deaths in care homes. Doubtless the upcoming inquiry into the government's handling of Covid will also draw a similar conclusion to dovetail nicely in with the WHO's Global Pandemic Treaty which will incentivise "early reporting" of health emergencies and operate according to a "precautionary principle". 7 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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