April 30, 2020 at 9:43 am #1215054
More clues that this was planned – The National Emergencies Trust was launched in November 2019, patron the Duke of Cambridge
Registered as a charity on April 4 2019, partly set up by the Government
In the event of a national disaster in the UK it will launch a pubic national appeal and distribute those funds as quickly and efficiently as possible to those affected. This creates a single, trusted appeal mechanism. The funds will be distributed in partnership with VCS [Voluntary and community Sector] and local charities. Funds raised will support both the immediate relief of hardship for survivors as well as the longer-term recovery of individuals and communities.
The intensity of emergencies in 2017 – from the terrorist attacks in Manchester and London to Grenfell [q.q.v. **] – led the Charity Commission to convene a number of people in the charitable sector to see if there was a better way of responding to national emergencies. This has led to the creation of the National Emergencies Trust, which will collaborate with charities and other bodies to raise and distribute money and support victims at the time of a domestic disaster.
just in time for the plandemic shutdown
Collecting now….appeal launched March 18 2020
The world is in a state of emergency….
As if they knew a state of emergency was just going to come along…
small money, but…
The Deputy Chair, Gerald Oppenheim was … He chaired the former London Bombings ** Relief Charitable Fund from 2005-2008
** Fakery at every corner.
Other trustees –
Thelma Stober who allegedly lost a lower leg in the 2005 7/7 London ‘bombings’
Stober was, as noted in 2017 here, a trustee of the LONDON Emergency Trust, [see above] which distributed shy of £5 following the Grenfell psy-op.
May 1, 2020 at 1:14 pm #1218745
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UK NHS workers – they’re dropping like the proverbial flies.
The original BBC chequerboard has now been flushed out to 100 NHS deaths,28 April 2020
plenty of retirements, natural deaths, and relocations, I imagine.
Margaret Tapley, an 84 year old nurse????
One interesting case
A “much-loved” village [Cerne Abbas] GP, Dr Craig Wakeham, 59, is remembered by colleagues as a “leading light” and “devoted” husband and father.
Dr Craig Wakeham, the Chief Clinical Information Officer at NHS Dorset Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) and former GP from Cerne Abbas, passed away on Saturday 18 April 2020 aged 59. He had tested positive for COVID-19.
source NHS Dorset, April 21
So, no cause of death. Died April 18 “after testing positive for Coronavirus”
n a statement, his colleagues Dr Jeremy Dobbs and Dr Jenny Bubb said: ‘We are very saddened to inform our patients that Dr Wakeham died at the weekend. He had been fighting the coronavirus in Dorset County Hospital for many days
source – Pulse April 22 2020 No need for an autopsy there.
May 4, 2020 at 12:26 pm #1223727
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Who knows what’s really going on? At the Euromomo site, which collates total deaths around Europe
some countries are having a massive spike in deaths in April, others hardly anything.
cf. Spain and Portugal, Sweden [famous for having light touch “distancing”] has a much higher death rate than Norway. [all alleged]w
The UK government has a [ONS] site showing excess winter mortality, the latest provision figures are from 2018-9
This is only for winter c.w. the rest of the year, the year runs August 1 – July 31
There were an estimated 23,200 excess winter deaths which occurred in England and Wales in the 2018 to 2019 winter, the lowest since the winter of 2013 to 2014.
The excess winter mortality index in England in 2018 to 2019 was statistically significantly lower than the 2016 to 2017 and 2017 to 2018 winters.
This is done by comparing the measured average daily deaths in the 4 month period December- March, with the average for the rest of the preceding 4 and subsequent 4 months of the year. = EWD, Excess winter deaths.
The excess winter mortality (EWM) index is calculated as excess winter deaths (EWD) divided by the average non-winter deaths, expressed as a percentage.
EWD in London and England are well documented, 1991-2011
We can see, if there is a massive reported spike in April of all deaths, there will be the smallest EWD for a long time.
The next ONS figures are due May 5 [tomorrow as I write] but it will be noted that the number of weekly total deaths in England and Wales, as reported, was roughly similar in 2019/20 to the previous 5 year agerage until week ending April 3 16,385 vs 10,307 a sudden increase of 60 per cent in one week [the previous week ending March 27 showed a mild 10 per cent increase.
Another valuable source of [hospital, i.e. government] data is ICNARC, which is an independent charity.
https://www.icnarc.org/ [intensive care national audit and research centre]
which has weekly data on patients critically ill with confirmed COVID-19
e.g. May 1 2020
It is alleged that so far 2448 patients have died while receiving critical care.
The graphs show a peak of admittance to critical care units around April 1 and a dramatic decline matching the rise, to May 1.
To support our NHS and critical care colleagues in planning, both centrally and locally, we are using the Case Mix Programme (CMP) to report on patients in ICU, critically ill with COVID-19.
Health care providers working in critical care identified the need for high quality information (data). They needed this information to record the results of treatment and to help them develop the most effective ways of organising care and treating patients. This need for high quality information led to the establishment of ICNARC.
from their website
May 5, 2020 at 7:15 am #1224780
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If this event had been modelled, including lockdown/shutdown, including “flattening the curve” then the model would have shown that all these thousands and thousands of phoney beds in fake temporary hospitals would not be needed. It was all a show.
From the Sun newspaper, 4 May 2020
THE UK coronavirus death toll today hit 28,734 ** as another 288 patients died in the lowest rise in more than a month.
The last time the UK recorded such a low 24 hour fatality rate was almost five weeks ago on March 28 when 214 deaths were reported.
Aha, the curve is flattening, as per the script.
Now here’s a funny thing, now they are measuring “Excess Death Rate” in summer!
From the Sun again quoting EuroMomo [see above]
Figures from EuroMOMO which monitors official data including from all parts of the UK, France, Germany, the Netherlands, Spain, Italy and Switzerland, reveal that England has had the highest level of excess deaths for the past four weeks.
Which are the “past 4 weeks”? Because the latest UK data only goes upto April 24..
The researchers, who are supported by the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO), provide a “z-score” which takes into account factors such as population size and mortality patterns.
Hmmm this mysterious Z-score is 44.1 for England, but only 8.45 for Northern Ireland.
It comes after Stephen Powis, National Medical Director of NHS England, said that excess deaths is the “key measure” in assessing the impact of Covid-19 but argued it will be “some time” before that comparison can be done between countries.
some disagreement there, but the CMO is anxious to scare us again…so lockdown causes Covid 19 deaths that we don’t know about??? Ah, the old ruse of putting down anything to Covid-19….
England’s Chief Medical Office, Prof Chris Whitty has said that the true number of Covid-19-related deaths will be higher, when those caused by the lockdown indirectly, are counted. [eh?????]
Experts and leading charities have warned we could see between 18,000 and 50,000 extra deaths from cancer this year, as a result of treatment and operations being postponed.
Which “year” measure though?
“It is not known why England has the highest excess death rates, however”
Ah, so it’s all because of the early stages of the “Asymptomatic burst” then.
Back to the weekly England and Wales figures, week ending above…
17 April 24 April
22,351 21,997 total deaths
10,497 10,458 total deaths average of previous 5 years
1,777 1,574 total deaths where respiratory disease was the primary cause
8,758 8,237 total deaths where Covid-19 was MENTIONED on the death cert
And once again, the age profile was similar – mainly people 80-plus dropping like flies.
We can add up all the extra deaths above “average” 37,000 extra people approx have died in the period , in England and Wales, 20 March – 24 April
Amazingly, deaths where the underlying cause was “respiratory disease” are almost FLAT!!! [with a slight bulge in the first half of April]
** Notice the news headlines “covid deaths “HIT” … any increase of a total will always “Hit” some new figure, however they are generated.
Perhaps we need a new global Gatesian experiment, locking everyone down with no virus scam involved and looking at the mortality statistics.
And where is The Sun newspaper getting daily Corona death stats upto, one presumes, May 3 on May 4??? It’s nonsense.May 5, 2020 at 11:53 am #1225015
For reference – total deaths including from before Covid 19 starte appearing in the ONS stats for England & Wales
Weeks from Jan 2020, 1-12
Total 12,254 14,058 12,990 11,856 11,612 10,986 10,944 10,841…
5 year average 12,175 13,822 13,216 12,760 12,206 11,925 11,627 11,548…
From Respirator 2,141 2,477 2,187 1,877 1,723 1,537 1,580 1,546…
… 10,816 10,895 11,019 10,645
….11,183 11,498 11,205 10,573
…. 1,546 1,584 1,508 1,530
and from the previous year.. weeks ending Nov 1 to Dec 27 i.e nothing massive going on, but notice sustained elevated deaths above average of 5 per cent, approx. in late 2019which reduced in Jan and Feb 2020 to BELOW average.
Total 10,164 10,697 10,650 10,882 10,958 10,816 11,188 11,926 7,533
5 yr av 9,777 10,142 10,226 10,124 10,164 10,585 10,622 11,499 8,014
Resp 1,333 1,363 1,451 1,423 1,566 1,505 1,637 1,839 1,166
Nov1 Nov 8 nov 15 nov 22 nov29 dec 6 dec 13 dec 20 dec27May 5, 2020 at 12:05 pm #1225031
And why is there no spike in deaths in Germany, another developed country?? With perhaps an even older population, since the birth rate is lower than the UK’s.May 7, 2020 at 5:14 am #1227576
Thanks to a comment by Andrew Kaufmann MD [q.v.] in this video at about 15mins I learn that there is NO appreciable spike in TOTAL deaths in the USA!
“…all-cause mortality, and that’s the most telling thing to looks at
[which is what I have been saying]
it tells us how we compare to previous years, so …..this year  we only have 94 percent of the average deaths of the three prior years, in other wwords 41,166 fewer people dyying in the US this year compared to the [average] of the last three years… how can there be a new disease causing a major pandemic when there’s 40,000 fewer people dying
Sadly the discussion veers off into obscure territory. But there’s the evidence that the pandemic is a hoax.
And indeed, we can view the data source menitoned by Andrew.
which is continually updated.
The last week’s figures are probably incomplete.
However, this is NOT what the figures show
I’ll copy them. The AVERAGE for 2020 is, I suspect, being SKEWED by the incomplete data from the most recent two weeks. Kaufmann is merely quoting the headling figure.
There IS AN APPARENT spike in deaths in April 2020 in the USA after lockdown corresponding with a spike in pneumonia deaths
2/1/2020 0 57,428 97 3,698 0 471 4,169
2/8/2020 1 57,748 97 3,685 0 497 4,183
2/15/2020 0 57,054 97 3,706 0 520 4,226
2/22/2020 1 57,019 98 3,573 0 540 4,114
2/29/2020 6 57,216 99 3,661 4 623 4,286
3/7/2020 29 56,782 98 3,764 17 595 4,370
3/14/2020 50 54,805 96 3,724 25 588 4,336
3/21/2020 499 54,882 97 4,220 226 503 4,990
3/28/2020 2,751 58,187 104 5,703 1,254 416 7,568
4/4/2020 8,333 65,581 117 8,924 3,995 439 13,484
4/11/2020 12,986 69,589 125 10,368 5,789 438 17,677
4/18/2020 12,037 62,265 115 8,728 5,111 226 15,713
4/25/2020 6,692 45,367 84 5,301 2,773 102 9,251
5/2/2020 631 17,714 29 i.e. incomplete figures
Total Deaths 44,016 771,637 97 70,251 19,453 5,971 99,942
The figures for April 25 may also be incomplete. We need to monitor.
Reading across the table –
First column – running total of “Covid 19 deaths”; all causes deaths; percentage of 3 year prior average; deaths from Pneumonia; deaths from Pneumonia + Covid; deaths from flu; deaths from “pneumonia, covid or flu”.
The data from NY and NYC are also presented, showing what the MSM is telling us.
NYC has currently 223 per cent of expected deaths.
However, the spike in the US is nowhere hear as pronounced as in the UK.
Are the data being fabricated?
May 7, 2020 at 5:25 am #1227592napoleon wilson( non mason )Participant
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next youll be saying that the little box marked covid at the bottom of the death certificate your meant to tick isnt there.
OPEC or c3po, bothMay 7, 2020 at 2:32 pm #1228143
Several voices are talking now about total deaths but they seem to think that Covid-19 exists.
Exhibit one – Dr Andrew Kaufman in conversation with David Crowe.
Go to 37.55 in the audio
No mention of the UK, interesitngly.
Was there a spike in Wuhan? Kaufman – no, “I didn’t focus a lot on China”
Kaufman mentions the CPHO for Manitoba who gave official mortality numbers, so Kaufman EXTRAPOLATED those to the USA, which he found untypical for the US, so he didn’t worry. He mentions the cruise ship.
My thought –
The Cruise ship was part of the psy-op, let’s not forget that.
What does Kaufman think about the spikes
“I don’t really know if there are any meaningful spike”
He has not looked at Italy [why not? That’s the key place!]
He brings up the CDC’s daily updates in which the “all cause mortality” is compared with the week for the last three years.
Kaufman – “Overall mortality is lower for the past year by 6 per cent, 44,000 fewer deaths…fewer people dying this year”
He shows there’s a depression elsewhere, but he doesn’t seem to worried about a huge spike in New York which is masked by the depression elsewhere.
There’s no depression elsewhere in the UK outside London.
Percentage of expected deaths in the US in 2020 c.w. previous 3 years –
New jersey 140
NY state 123
Question – are deaths being imported into the above 3 states from the rest of the US?
Kaufman seems to want to ignore the CDC figures because they’re inconvenient.
Yes, the rest of the states of the US do show 85-99 per cent average deaths in 2020. He just brushes away the spike in recording in the US!
Iain Davis discusses Corona stats with James Corbett [both cases uploaded May 5 2020]
Davis [UK] inspects total deaths and only 45 per cent of the spikes ** in “all deaths” can be attributed to Covid-19. So he seems to think that the rest of the spike is due to Coronavirus. But he does acknowledge the spike in April.
From about 17.00 in the audio.
**[England and Wales] he calls this “excess excess mortality”
[the NHS not doing what it normally does he attributes to the remaining 55 per cent] But the reality is that the bulge in deaths is in the over 80 group.
But he does question the spike – from about 19.30 which nobody else is.May 12, 2020 at 10:25 am #1235174
Week ending May 1 [England & Wales]
Total deaths – 17,953
5-yearly average of total deaths – 9,941
Deaths with Covid mentioned 6,035
I’ll ignore the respiratory deaths because they’re often, perhaps always, double counted into the Covid deaths [alleged]
So, we see nearly 12,000 people dying from non-Covid alleged causes in the week, when a normal total death tally is onlyabout 10.000.
Total deaths in the week – 18,000!
WHAT IS GOING ON???
May 12, 2020 at 11:29 am #1235213napoleon wilson( non mason )Participant
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whats going on
There’s too many of you crying
Brother, brother, brother
There’s far too many of you dying
You know we’ve got to find a way
To bring some lovin’ here today,
think the reegistrars at these hospitals have got covid trigger happy.
OPEC or c3po, bothMay 13, 2020 at 5:15 am #1236279
The emphasis now is on where this spike of deaths is occurring.
In this video, a doctor says that hospitals were cleared and patients dumped in care homes
From the Care Quality Commission, CQC
In addition to deaths which are directly attributable to COVID-19, there has been a significant rise in non-COVID-19 deaths. This is of particular concern and CQC will be exploring the factors that may be driving this with adult social care trade associations
And here come the gatekeepers – Professor Paul Hunter of the University of East Anglia tries to attach it to the failure of care homes to provide its workers with PPE, an “indictment of bow Britain protected its care homes during the crisis”.
[not due to emptying hospitals, and locking the old people up without visits and friends]
source – Evening Standard May 12 2020
The coronavirus death toll in care homes has passed 8,300 – with nearly 40% of fatalities in a week linked to the killer virus.
source quoting ONS statistics
so far England / Wales
247,251 33,408 232,314
home 58,028 1,562 54,318
hospital 109,393 22,873 101,868
hospital 10,134 386 9,847
care home 63,987 8,312 61,039
communal1,034 142 982
other 4,675 133 4,260
The spike in care home deaths peaked on w/e April 24 [graphs]
No historical comparisons are provided by way of 5 year averages….
Relative to the start of the coronavirus outbreak, care homes have seen the biggest increase in deaths over time. In the week ending 1 May 2020, there were 6,409 deaths recorded from any cause in care homes in England and Wales. This is a 159% increase, from 2,471 in the week ending 13 March 2020 but slightly lower than the week ending 24 April 2020 when 7,911 died in care homes.
Of course, deaths in care homes “from Covid” will really be deaths “with covid” however that is measured.
The only thing that we do know is that ole people are dying at a much higher rate than usual from all causes.
And it was reported in the Standard [unattributed] that the warm winter was responsible for pushing up spring deaths.
Aha! Another global warming scare…August 1, 2020 at 9:20 am #1465811
i don’t know where else to dump this egregious piece of programming of the very young…
Hurry to the shops now to buy it for your young kids and mess them up completely.
While We Can’t Hug
330,472 views•May 20, 2020
Hedgehog and Tortoise want to give each other a great big hug, but they’re not allowed to touch.
From the creators of the internationally adored The Hug, Eoin McLaughlin and Polly Dunbar, we are thrilled to bring you a new story: While We Can’t Hug.
Yep, either or both are potential bioterrorists, asymptomatic carriers, kids. keep away from your playmates at all times, if you can ever get playmates in the noo nooormal.
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