More Evidence that Lockdown is Junk Science

If social distancing, lockdowns, masks and all the other stuff works then deaths by flu should be way below average. Oh dear, they’re not.

How much more evidence has to be produced before it is accepted that lockdown is junk science?

Neil Fergusson and his cohorts Witless and Unbalanced have no credibility left.

In 2001, Ferguson was involved in “modelling” for Foot and Mouth disease. Because of that some extra seven million sheep and cattle were slaughtered that needn’t have been.

In 2002, Ferguson predicted that up to 50,000 people would die from variant Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease, better known as “mad cow disease”, increasing to 150,000 if the epidemic expanded to include sheep. The reality is: “Since 1990, 178 people in the United Kingdom have died from vCJD, according to the National CJD Research & Surveillance Unit at the University of Edinburgh.” (2017)

In 2005, Ferguson claimed that up to 200 million people would be killed by bird-flu or H5N1. By early 2006, the WHO had only linked 78 deaths to the virus, out of 147 reported cases.

In 2009, Ferguson and his team at Imperial College advised the Government that swine flu or H1N1 would probably kill 65,000 people in the UK. In the end, swine flu claimed the lives of 457 people in the UK.

In 2020 predicted 500,000 deaths by Covid-19 and his false prediction has destroyed our country.

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2 Responses to More Evidence that Lockdown is Junk Science

  1. bluemonday75 says:

    The more time that passes the more logical the Swedish model looks better. They protect the most vulnerable whilst making sure everyone gives distance to each other. No masks either as they are mostly worn ‘wrong’ anyway as their experts state. Give people a false sense of security. They have no ruined their economy in the process either. People will contract Covid lockdown regardless, either now or in the near future

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