The following is a 30-minute video update from Ivor Cummings published last February 14, 2021 [see The truth about COVID-19: What data and science tells us for his earlier video].
In it, Cummings looks at the data of COVID deaths in the world as he seeks to understand whether lockdowns truly did mitigate the spread of the SARS-CoV-2 and whether the benefits received from the strategy commensurate to the destruction it created in our societies.
Editor’s Note: Everything we have predicted in April 2020, based on the data available to us then have now come true. Lockdowns are now taking its toll on world economy, as well as on general and mental health of entire populations. The deaths are not at all as huge as the media wants us to believe. The issues we have raised on PCR testing, death reporting, and now on vaccines, are no longer theories. If people don’t act now, we might wake up one day to a world where freedoms are extinct and human life is meaningless. Is this what we want for the future?
Cumming’s video is a reminder that all the solutions to our current dilemma is within our midst. But such solutions cannot be upheld by only a few people. This is the reason why in July, Nicanor wrote an article entitled END THE LOCKDOWNS! Stop It Outside By Ending the Lockdowns Inside Us because we knew. Unless we all break free of the prison we created for ourselves, lockdowns will continue.
Cumming’s video will help you make sense of what happened to the world during the COVID crisis, and how our governments have responded. It will help you realize that none solutions promoted by the World Health Organization were citizen-friendly. It will help you understand that we have been manipulated and lied to and they will continue to do so until we demand that they stop.
This not the time to complain, or to feel dejected. Those emotions will not help in the cause to reclaim our individual freedom. If you are tired of the lockdowns, then educate yourself. The data to counter the hysteria and fear are easily available. You only need an open mind and a bit of critical thinking.
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