Kevin Boyle – No One To Vote For Sept 12, 2021
“We are dealing with evil, in case you hadn’t noticed.”
ROBERT W. MALONE, inventor of mRNA vaccine technology
Two House of Commons committees (‘Health and Social Care’ & ‘Science and Technology’) comprising 22 M.P.’s in all, today published a report entitled:
“CORONAVIRUS: Lessons learned To Date”.
I forwarded the report’s “Conclusions and Recommendations” to two acquaintances to pass on to their superiors for comment.
Firstly to a suspended Professor of Epidemiology, currently working as a window-cleaner in Buenos Aires. Iago communes with God. Thus, he passed on my request and received the following reply:
“Lessons learned to date?”
I phoned the other person. contactable via a private landline somewhere in the City of London. This jolly chap is on first name terms with the guy in the next office, behind the big door, who likes to be called “L” (not sure about the spelling). L saw the report in a much more positive light:
THOUGH FOOLS WILL DISAGREE, THESE COMMITTEES HAVE NOT PUT A FOOT WRONG. THEY HAVE LEARNED ALL THE RIGHT LESSONS, AS INTENDED.
THIS SHAGGY DOG STORY WILL RUN AND RUN. NO PROBLEM.
HURRAH FOR DEMOCRACY.
(cheque’s in the post)
For myself, I searched the report for references to the forbidding of the use of Hydroxychloroquine and Ivermectin in Care Homes; the removal of aged patients from hospitals into Care Homes and the use of Midazolam and Morphine on those patients that many say caused the great majority of excess deaths in March/April 2020. Am still looking.
They also seem to have missed this graph (based on government and Corporate sales data) that appears to show that excess deaths followed the Midazolam sales curve almost exactly (see here for details).
But, hey, if L is right the people producing this evidence are idiots.
No reference either, to virologists never seen the deadly virus yet claiming to know its entire genome?!
The committees reckon that parliament’s biggest error was not locking down early enough, nor being severe enough with measures to control the public and slow the spread of the virus (that no one can prove exists).
Blimey? Who could have seen that coming?
Still, Computer models know best, don’t they?
We really can’t compete with those little devils.