The Fake Science of the NHS and Imperial College London
|by the Editor
I was kindly passed the below letter in recent days (please click on it if you want to see the full size picture):
The content of this letter is so strange it beggars belief.
This letter is a joint letter from the Department of Health & Social Care, Imperial College London (Neil Ferguson's domain), Ipsos MORI and also has the NHS logo on it. I have noted though that whilst the first 3 organizations have had this letter signed by high up people at their organizations, there is no actual signature on behalf of the NHS, but the letter does bear the NHS logo.
Note the quote below where the authors acknowledge the inaccuracy of the antibody test:
"Please be aware that the antibody test is not 100% accurate. This means that although the test is not accurate enough to confirm whether or not an individual has had COVID-19, this research will allow us to estimate how many people in England have already been infected with the virus. This information will help the Government to plan its response."
Let's just examine that paragraph. The authors acknowledge that the test is inaccurate, although they frame this in a way that takes the edge off it somewhat by saying not 100% accurate rather than just stating it plainly and telling the reader the test is inaccurate. They follow up by saying the test isn't accurate enough to confirm if you have had COVID-19 or not. At this point alarm bells should be ringing that this test seems pointless. Not for the authors of the article though, they plan to use data which they acknowledge isn't correct and this information will be used to formulate a government response.
To condense the paragraph: The government response will be based on inaccurate data which doesn't confirm either way if someone has had the hyped up virus.
Let me remind readers Imperial College London and Neil Ferguson are already at the heart of much criticism over inaccurate models and here Imperial College London are openly making another model which they admit to be inaccurate. Are we going to let these people continue to scare people and cause immense harm to the men, women and children of this country based on fake data. It has to stop.
Later in the letter is this absolute classic quote:
The phrase "the virus which causes COVID-19" sounds very much like the HIV tag line where some in the medical community assert it is the disease that causes AIDS. There's a whole other debate there and I don't know anywhere near enough on that subject to start debating that, but one thing I will say is: Is this sentence perhaps written as a trigger to make people see COVID-19 as something of the same significance of AIDS?
If you're worried about this illness having being whipped up into a state of fear by the mainstream media, know that I am not mocking you or having a go at you. My desire in writing these articles is to bring peace to your heart, to overhaul these lies and to get people living their lives again free of fear.
I pray God will bless you.