In this June 11, 2021 article for Off Guardian, Kit Knightly launches a scathing criticism of the new government directive to the National Health Service (NHS) which instructs the differentiation between patients who are actually sick with COVID-19 from those “who test positive while seeking treatment for something else”.
Though this change, the government hopes to make the data more “realistic as not all patients were sick with the virus…it will make figures look better as there have always been some, for example stroke [patients], who also had Covid as an incidental finding”.
Knightly says that this is an admission that some people who tested positive for SARS-CoV-2 were never really sick. He goes on to question why this change was necessary to make now, when the government has been ignoring experts who have been saying the same thing for months. Knightly offers an answer. He says, “by applying that filter only to new data they will make it appear that it’s a new phenomenon, caused by the vaccination programme”.
Editor’s Note: There are only three things that support this fake pandemic: mainstream media’s manipulation of public perception, Big Tech algorithm that censors alternative viewpoints, and data manipulation by governments [for more examples of data manipulation, read PSA data on deaths shows government either manipulating us or covering up their mistake and CDC changes reporting protocol for breakthrough cases].
This is proof that governments are also a part of this scam. It is difficult to accept that our government leaders, the people we entrusted to uphold our rights and freedoms, have colluded and caused the suffering of thousands of people. But now, the reality is out there for everyone to see.
If we don’t do anything to change the direction of our societies, our complacency means that we are consenting to a totalitarian future for our children.
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