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Is there a coronavirus conspiracy?

In this article published on his own website, British author and general practitioner Vernon Coleman refers to the coronavirus pandemic as a “manufactured crisis” which will be used by opportunists to further their own agenda. It can become an excuse for the British government to withdraw its plan to leave the EU, as well as an opportunity for people in the government to grab power they wouldn’t otherwise be granted. And because people are afraid of the virus, Coleman adds, they will be more than happy to allow the government to implement the newly enacted Emergency Bill, which at closer scrutiny, effectively limits, if not remove civil liberties.

Coleman continues on to criticize the lack of debate and critical thinking, both within the government and the British society in general. The basis of the government’s decisions, Coleman continues, is problematic. He questions the full trust on Neil Ferguson  and the anomalous recording of COVID-19 deaths [This issue as presented here by Coleman is echoed in the US by Dr. Anna Bukachek. To know more about the problem, read This Is How COVID-19 Death Rates In The US Are Manipulated. Also, to know more about Ferguson, read Nicanor’s blog Death Rate, Science, Lockdown, Fear, the “New Normal”, Vaccines, Social Control and the Immune System].

Editor’s Note: The issues raised by Coleman in this article is being echoed across the world. Prolonged lockdown as a preferred approach to control the spread of COVID-19 is a threat to democracy, and a violation of human rights [see Austrian Minister Denounces The Use Of Fear-Based Strategy To Deal With COVID-19]. It was meant merely as a temporary measure to prepare countries for the impact of the virus on their health care systems.

The failure of countries to remove lockdowns means a couple of things: (1) they have failed to make the necessary precautions, in which case it is a sign of a government’s incompetence, (2) they are afraid of the second wave of infections, which only strengthens the position that these governments are incompetent and have failed to educate themselves of the true nature of the virus, and (3) Do they have the intention to prolong lockdowns in the hope of controlling power, money, and loyalty?

Countries like Taiwan, Vietnam, Japan, Singapore, New Zealand, Australia, Germany, Denmark, France, Finland, Netherlands, and many others show us that total lockdowns have to be lifted as soon as health care systems are ready to face the challenge ahead. Iceland and Sweden shows us that lockdowns weren’t necessary in the first place. Why then can’t other countries follow suit? Are they incompetent, or do they have a hidden agenda in exploiting fear?

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[…] Today, Ferguson’s model is widespread and it is used in many countries to estimate how many individuals could be infected and seriously ill if the government did not take drastic measures. Thanks to his model, British leaders say that there have “only” been 18,000 deaths (at time of writing), instead of the 500,000+ predicted if the government did not implement a lockdown [Several scientists are sounding the alarm on how UK’s recording of COVID-19 deaths is overestimated. See Is There A Coronavirus Conspiracy?]. […]

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