ER Editor: We made a few notes of our own below of this most interesting interview between James Corbett and Canadian medical journalist, Rosemary Frei, who investigated specific care home conditions in Ontario, Canada. From reporting in France and the UK, one can easily see how policies were developed very rapidly to leave the elderly in these homes, ensuring that they wouldn’t be sent to hospital for necessary treatment related to covid infection. The UK has been issuing Do Not Resuscitate notices automatically on such people, and relatives were conveniently kept away from their family members. Further, these people were never receiving the regular medical care they would need during the lockdown period. And if care home staff were themselves ill or afraid to come into work, then these people would be truly abandoned.
We are entirely of the opinion that the policies uniquely put in place for this virus ‘event’ would allow the virus to cull this part of the population. And as James Corbett notes below, the policies used to elevate the death rate would serve to weaponize fear of the virus on the rest of us, serving the Big Pharma agenda.
It is linked to below in the show notes below the video, but we’re highlighting Rosemary Frei’s accompanying article published through Off-Guardian, titled Were conditions for high death rates at Care Homes created on purpose?
On the conditions in care homes, there are three relevant aspects:
- A broad definition of ‘covid’: the sniffles deem you have covid in the UK; in Ontario, Canada, it’s sniffles and a cough. Only one person needs to have this symptom and the whole care home would be assumed to have covid. And a person who dies is deemed to have covid automatically. What we need to see is a narrowing of the definition.
- New hospital care rationing guidelines: From the middle of March, there were new triaging guidelines created so that care should be rationed in specific ways. The NIC in the UK set guidelines, as well as the New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM). Each one said the main criteria for getting care, or not getting it, is age. Different parameters used to be employed, but never age. So concerning covid, priority was put on younger people for getting care. April 17, federal Canadian guidelines also said that older people should not be sent to hospital. This is a red flag.
- New rules around death certificates and removal of bodies: how are deaths registered in Ontario? New rules were set on April 8th by Dr. Dirk Huyer, Chief Medical Examiner for Ontario: if somebody dies in hospital or a longterm care home, the body is removed within either an hour or 3 hours. This was premised on a high death rate that never materialized. Then the death certificates are done by other people, in this case the office of the Chief Medical Officer of Ontario, not by people physically close to the deceased. Then bodies are buried or cremated almost right away. So the bodies are quickly whisked away from the actual context of death, and there is no opportunity for a post mortem.
Dr. Huyer gave an affadavit 2 years ago to an enquiry surrounding deaths in Western Ontario due to a nurse who was a serial murderer; she was only discovered because she had confessed. Frei interviewed Huyer on April 20th, 2020: in April, he said it didn’t matter if a dead body is moved in order for it to be examined, yet he had said at the time of the enquiry two years earlier that it was important that the body should be looked at in situ. Thus he completely changed the rules. Now Huyer is in charge of the expansion of testing in Ontario.
Rationing of care: A March 23 paper in the NEJM talked about giving care to those who have more of a chance of survival, with a longer life expectancy following treatment. This completely changes the rules – that older people should now get a lower ranking in triage. Age has never been included in care guidelines but suddenly it’s included. The Canadian Medical Association adopted this same criterion for the rationing of care as recommended by the NEJM. The lead author of the NEJM paper is the brother of Rahm Emmanuel, bioethicist Ezekiel Emmanuel of the Centre for American Progress.
The real question here is WHY this is being done. There is clearly an agenda because it’s not only happening in Ontario. It’s been so broadly applied. Frei: it saves the government money. Government is not an ethical body, and old people are expensive. The elderly don’t contribute much to the tax base.
Corbett: But what about Big Pharma? All this increases the death toll, which in turn increases fear in the population and makes people want the vaccine. A sense of crisis makes the public line up for that shot.
Frei and Amory Devereux did a recent piece on Koch’s Postulates, which identifies a particular disease based on a particular cause. This gold-standard method to establish the existence of a new disease has never been done for covid-19. So when we talk about covid, what are we really talking about? See Scientists Have Utterly Failed to Prove that the Coronavirus Fulfills Koch’s Postulates. This absence of definition in acceptable medical, scientific and legal terms is part of the basis of a legal case being brought against the UK government by lawyer Robin Tilbrook. See The UK Coronavirus Act 2020 is Null and Void!
Interview 1555 – Rosemary Frei on How the High Death Rate in Care Homes Was Created on Purpose
Rosemary Frei has an M.Sc in molecular biology from a faculty of medicine and was a freelance medical journalist for 22 years. She is now an independent journalist in Canada. In her recent article, “Were conditions for high death rates at Care Homes created on purpose?” she examines how all of the rules and guidelines pertaining to elderly care, death certification and treatment of bodies in Ontario have been changed during the course of this “crisis” in order to increase the numbers reported “dying of COVID.” We discuss the reasons behind these changes and what they tell us about the real nature of this pandemic panic.
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