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Hospitals empty – fudged figures

January 14, 2021

On 11 January 2021 a comment appeared on an OffGuardian piece about the 2001 anthrax deceptions from a person called Chris.

Just returned from a visit to my mother in a main hospital here in Edinburgh.
The place was quiet, no ambulances waiting, no patients in corridors.
Just a very quiet hospital.

A doctor, mums GP visited last week at home before her admission and confirmed that we “are being lead to believe that the NHS is overrun due to covid.”
I asked if this is BS and she nodded.
Remember they have all had to sign NDAs.

That last sentence is key to why nurses and doctors are not speaking out with regard to the empty hospitals. They have all signed non-disclosure agreements (NDAs). So what happens should medical staff speak out?

Dr Mohammab Iqbal Adil spoke out. In July last year he said:

In the months from March to June (inclusive) we would normally expect to see 100,000 out patients, around 30,000 patients admitted to hospital and perhaps 30,000 pass through A&E. This year (and these figures are almost impossible to get hold of) we are over 95% down on all those numbers. In effect, the hospital has been pretty much empty for that entire period.

At the start, staff that questioned this were told that we were being used as ‘redundant’ capacity, kept back for the ‘deluge’ we were told would come. It never did come, and when staff began to question this, comments like, ‘for the greater good’ and to ‘protect the NHS’ came down from above. Now its just along the lines of, ‘Shut up or you don’t get paid’.

He was suspended from duty. Another doctor, Dr. Pascal Sacré, who told the world how inaccurate the RT-PCR test was. also got dismissed for telling it as it is. Cornwall nurse, Shelley Tasker, who absolutely loved her job, publicly resigned, before she could be dismissed under her NDA, for spilling the beans about empty hospitals.

I can tell you now when I was working at the height of the pandemic, I had no work for three weeks because there were no patients. We have a particular COVID ward. None of the wards were overflowing with Covid patients and they’re not now.

Planning for yesterday’s scary figure could hardly have been done overnight. The hype is that more people had died from COVID-19 than at the height of last year’s pandemic. It brought out Matt Hancock and all the big guns, chief scientific adviser, Sir Patrick Vallance, chief medical officer, Professor Chris Whitty, and half the SAGE group. What it did not bring out was any scientific or medical evidence as to why we should obey their instructions.

The Fascist Coronavirus Act (2020), has allowed these people to bypass parliament, and implement measures not backed up by science or medicine. This is dictatorship of the Hitler, Pinochet, Stalin genre.

It is said there are lies, damned lies, and statistics – a cliched truism. At the forefront of the spin-merchandise is Murdoch’s Sun. With a pretty graph to prove its point the Sun boasts:

Today’s [13 January 2021] death toll of 1,564 is the highest recorded since the pandemic began and brings the total number of fatalities to 84,767.

While these figures are not exactly being plucked out of thin air in order to frighten people to death there is something very fishy about why that particularly day was chosen. And why Matt Hancock was up early with his equally scary presence. Figures from Johns Hopkins University largely corroborate the Sun’s death toll (difference of 4 deaths). What the Sun does not appear to give you, that Johns Hopkins does, are figures for the preceding days.

For the first five days of the year there was an average of 549 deaths per day. For the next four days there was an average of 1,143 deaths per day. For 10 and 11 January the average was back down to 548 deaths per day. Then for 12 and 13 January the average was 1,407 deaths per day (which includes the record-breaking 1,568 deaths per day). Matt Hancock must have known something. He was able to tell you about it on the morning news.

So where are today’s figures? Sorry, there are none yet. There has been a computer problem. Would you credit it? Do you believe it? Are they waiting for an even scarier figure on Monday? Come what may, these figures are not official.

We are still waiting for the official total deaths for 2020 from the Office of National Statistics (ONS). The latest release on 17 December 2020 covers to 17 November. The next release will be on 18 January 2021. So it will be February before we actually know the annual 2020 death toll from Covid and from all other causes.

Although Johns Hopkins deals with total UK deaths, while the ONS only gives deaths for England and Wales, one thing revealed from November figures is that ten times as many people are testinmg positive for COVID-19 than they were at the peak last spring. Mass testing was not in place last spring. And remember such diagnoses are from the unreliable RT-PCR test.

Another revelation is that out of those who have tested positive for COVID-19 only 1 in 10 has his or her death classified as being from anything other than the virus. To arrive at these figures a faulty RT-PCR test not approved, let alone licensed, by the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Authority (MHRA) is used. The more people who take a test the more positive “cases” it produces even if those diagnosed are totally asymptomatic.

You can see now how these figures are being fudged. You die from anything, anything at all, and the chances are you will go down as a COVID-19 (or variant) death. You can be forgiven for speculating that very soon you will need to have tested positive for COVID-19 before being admitted to hospital. Certainly, elective procedures, have been cancelled like never before. Which brings us back to the empty hospitals.

At the end of last year, John Thor, put together video footage of ghost-like uninhabited hospitals. It shows a near empty Ashford Hospital in Kent (4.20 minutes) and Croydon University Hospital (c25 minutes). It shows the ramp where a line of ambulances were queued as a publicity stunt with claims each had critical patients. Hardly an ambulance in sight (23 minutes).

More importantly it shows the dismantling of the Excel Nightingale Hospital (19 minutes), which Hancock must not have known about, since yesterday he was talking about reopening it to cater for the expected inundation of COVID-19 patients.

Yesterday it was reported that Hannah Dean was fined £200 for filming empty hospitals. She exposed Portsmouth’s Queen Alexandra hospital, Southampton General Hospital, Princess Royal University Hospital, Bromley, Kent, and St Richard’s Hospital in Chichester. Although the Portsmouth police claim to have issued her with a £200 fixed penalty fine her story is ““I am not under investigation. I have not been fined.”

If the police have fined her they need to have a reason that will stand up in court. Here is another doughty citizen reporter. Debbie Hicks took her phone all over a blatantly empty Gloucester Hospital. Hardly anybody in sight – anywhere. In doing this public service the police raided her house late at night and tried to arrest her in her dressing-gown. There is video coverage of her arrest too, The evidence that our hospitals are not overwhelmed is overwhelming.

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