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Those who put panic in the Covid pandemic must apologize for the roosters that spoiled the lives of millions

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In a letter published in the medical journal The Lancet final month, at fewest 1,200 scientists warned that Boris Johnson’s decision to lift most of England’s remaining Covid restrictions was so grave that it posed a threat to the entire world.

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Experts have turned to the BBC to warn there could be 200,000 cases each day, with the NHS overrun. We were told to prepare for disaster.

When Boris Johnson decided to lift restrictions, experts warned there could be 200,000 cases every day, but the truth is that the third wave is already in decline.

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When Boris Johnson decided to lift restrictions, experts warned there could be 200,000 cases every day, but the truth is that the third wave is already in decline.

Truth? The ZOE Covid study suggests that the third wave is already on the decline, with nothing like that number of cases reached – and as of yesterday, the critical R is now as low as 0.8.

It wasn’t the first time the convicts had been proven mistaken, but only following the public became needless.

So who put “panic” in “pandemic”?

Millions with life-threatening health conditions have been put at risk in order to forbid this unstoppable virus.

A generation of young people were forced to put off their lives when the average age of Covid-19 victims was 83, a year older than the UK average. Our economy has been damaged, in some areas perhaps beyond repair.

We deserve an explanation and should not have to wait years for the outcome of a public inquiry. An apology from some would be welcome. Let’s start with Neil Ferguson of Imperial College, “Professor Lockdown” himself.

scared of wits

It was Ferguson, a member of the Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (SAGE), who unwisely frightened Downing Street with nightmarish predictions of 500,000 Covid lifeless bodies, and who predicted those 200,000 daily cases in the third wave.

It was Ferguson who scared ministers into adopting the “innovative” shutdown of authoritarian China for the first time ever amid fears that the virus had escaped from the Wuhan lab.

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He told the Times: “It’s a one-party communist country, as we said. We thought we couldn’t get away with it in Europe . . . then Italy did. And we realized we could.”

One of Ferguson’s government advisers was Professor Susan Michy, a member of the Communist Party, a specialist in questionable behaviorism.

For communist ideologues, the ultimate dream is the destruction of capitalism. Lockdown provides a flawless tool. Overnight, Britain was imprisoned under emergency laws invisible outside wartime.

With Ferguson’s later revelations in a case amid a shutdown with Tory anti-Antonia Stats, ministers began to fear the health crisis was being hijacked for political motives.

However, broadcasters were still showing airtimes for Ferguson and Michy. Which brings us to the BBC. The pip took an beforetime look that closing was the only solution. Her reluctance to air alternatives reminded some of her partisan view of Brexit.

While Ferguson was called upon to predict death and disaster, the BBC rejected the views of eminent moderates such as Professors Carl Heneghan, Carol Sikora and Sunetra Gupta.

Instead of coming out together from the pandemic, Britain today is a divided country of mask-wearers and anti-knockout conspiracy theorists.

Trevor Kavanagh

They are given little opportunity to explain why they are following the Swedish example, trusting people with confront masks and social distancing, rather than using harsh police to enforce them.

Along with Sky News and ITV, Beeb has pounced on an alarming NHS campaign that has patients wearing oxygen masks pleading for everyone to stay home.

Journalist Clive Merry led the flyers with a funeral tour of intensive concern wards and cemeteries, echoing: “We’re all scared. We’re all scared.” Alarm grew as left-wing trade union leaders, led by teachers, piled on demands to close classrooms.

As a result, rather than coming out together from the pandemic, Britain today is a divided country of mask-wearers and anti-knockout conspiracy theorists. Meanwhile, the ruthless and authoritarian Chinese regime that caused this global catastrophe has emerged unscathed and unrepentant.

The pro-China World Health Organization has played down suspicions that the Wuhan laboratory was the source of Covid. They were helped by British scientist Dr Peter Daszak, part of the WHO team that effectively absolved the Beijing regime of blame.

Back home, the once-respected British Lancet allegedly “sat” on evidence of a potentially life-saving Chinese cover-up of the Covid virus. In a unused book, Sage member Sir Jeremy Farrar blames editor Richard Horton for withholding Chinese whistleblower data showing that Covid can be transmitted from human to human.

Armed with these materials, the WHO could have avoided a global pandemic. Even Farrar himself hasn’t come out well from the Covid disaster, according to anti-lockdown campaigner Jonathan Sumption.

“Farrar accounts for most of the mistakes that have been made,” says the retired Supreme Court justice. Its main target is the British government. But he actually agrees with almost everything they did.

award culprit

His views on how governments handle public health crises are much the alike as those of Dominic Cummings. Both men are frustrated autocrats who believed that from day one we needed a ‘command and control structure’.

Yes sure. Dominic Cummings, the pro-lockdown hardliner who broke his lock.

Thanks to Sweden’s considered approach to dealing with the pandemic, we know that lockdowns are not working. They just slow down the virus and donate health services a respite. Boris was an beforetime fan of the Swedish model.

As the blame game for the Covid virus begins, enemies and rivals are salivating at the prospect of nailing Boris Johnson as the culprit.

Trevor Kavanagh

It was Cummings who called for a whole closure, despite violating his own rules at Barnard Castle. Cummings has also fought for widespread contact tracing, only to prove a £40 billion failure that led to a pandemic and paralyzed economic recovery.

As the blame game for the Covid virus begins, enemies and rivals are salivating at the prospect of nailing Boris Johnson as the culprit.

The prime minister, who almost died of Covid, surely made mistakes. But it was the NHS that moved elderly Covid patients to concern homes, causing tens of thousands of unnecessary deaths.

And it was Public Health England that failed miserably the test in the beforetime stages.

This government’s greatest achievement is the rapid deployment of the Pfizer and AstraZeneca vaccines. It was Boris who instructed vaccine witch Kate Bingham to “preserve lives”.

If Ferguson and others decline to apologize, it may fall to this prime minister to say sorry on their behalf for the rooster that has spoiled the lives of millions for 18 months.

The Doomsters were proven mistaken again, but only following the audience was needless

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The Doomsters were proven mistaken again, but only following the audience was needlessCredit: Stuart Williams – The Sun
Apologies welcome to some, let's start with Neil Ferguson from Imperial College,

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Apologies from some welcome, let’s start with Neil Ferguson of Imperial College, “Professor Lockdown” himselfCredits: PA
If Ferguson and others refuse to apologize, it may fall to Boris Johnson to say sorry on their behalf for the rooster that has spoiled the lives of millions.

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If Ferguson and others refuse to apologize, it may fall to Boris Johnson to say sorry on their behalf for the rooster that has spoiled the lives of millions.Credit: SOPA Images/LightRocket via Gett
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Referensi: www.thesun.co.uk

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