Be on The Right Side of History
Mystic of Holyhead (successor to Lynn Rival)
Rachel and Paul Chandler
Sat 28 Nov 2020 18:32
Do you ever think of
questioning the lockdown narrative? It's easy for those of us
with comfortable houses and safe incomes to put up with the
restrictions, thinking we are doing some good, but are we?|
No one is disputing that Covid 19 is a nasty disease but is it nasty enough to justify the damage being done to our health, society and economy? Those who die from Covid 19 are almost all frail, elderly and susceptible to respiratory viruses. It is nothing unusual when they die. And the vast majority of people who are exposed to SARS-CoV-2 either shrug it off or experience flu-like symptoms. As ever with flu-like illnesses our natural immune systems fight it off and learn from the experience. This is not the Black Death.
The government and public health officials have exaggerated the risks for their own ends. (A similar thing happened in 2009 over Swine Flu but without such dire consequences.) And now we learn they have 'borrowed' (ie printed) £6 million pounds for every single UK death 'with Covid', frittering away money on useless schemes to "beat" the virus and crippling the economy in the process.
This is not about politics but morality. Why are we complicit in doing something that will ruin the future for younger generations? It's time to speak out and challenge the narrative that ignores people dying from untreated cancer, heart attacks and strokes, that encourages domestic and child abuse, mental illness and alcoholism, that cripples small businesses and the job prospects of the young.
PS The fact is the government's own data show that lockdowns do more harm than good and the "second wave" is a myth (now we are seeing the seasonal resurgence of an endemic virus) but it's not easy to piece together unless you are comfortable with statistical analysis. For the curious the following chart provides a good overview at https://www.cebm.net/covid-19/covid-19-florence-nightingales-daigrams-for-deaths/