New possible symptoms maybe might have been discovered . . . probably . . . unless of course they haven’t.
by Jon Davy
This article from the BBC (which is heavily funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation) on 18th May, describes how “it has been discovered that” more symptoms should have been added to the so-called telltale signs of COVID19 infection but the government somehow forgot to mention them or something or other.
Bit of an oversight that – considering that the entire country has been shut down on account of the epidemic being so serious.
The article, which was published the day before the PM spoke on the blower to Bill and Melinda Gates, presumably to get his orders, tells us that,
Using an app, researchers at King’s College London have gathered symptom information from over 1.5m people in the UK who believe they might have had coronavirus.
They say there are even more symptoms – such as tiredness and stomach pain or diarrhea – that could be included as possible coronavirus symptoms.
Note the use of “believe they might have had the virus”, possible, could be. That’s science is it?
Note too how the list of possible symptoms is steadily broadening. Chances are the list eventually will include every nuance of human slightly-unwell-ness: breaking wind, athletes foot, greasy hair. BO and so forth
Kings College London, obviously a bastion of scientific precision, is also, by the way, like the Imperial College (which was responsible for the wildly inaccurate mathematical predictions of now-disgraced official Doomsayer, Professor Ferguson) heavily funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
The symptoms, such as loss of smell and taste, of course, are symptoms that can arise from many causes, including the common cold or a dose of the flu, the use of drugs and medications and so on and so forth.
However, chucking this new conjectural “data” masquerading as science into the brew by authorities that keep moving the goal posts does help keep the COVID19 threat alive and thus provide further excuses to string the ruinous Lockdown out as long as possible. The sudden announcement of these new symptoms is timely in so far it comes just when the effort to keep the country under house arrest is flagging as more and more people are beginning to small a rat.
One can visualise a scenario where thousands of people, noticing an impairment of their sense of taste or smell, think they probably might possibly have COVID19 because they are exhibiting what might possibly be symptoms according to a survey of other people who might possibly maybe have had the disease they have seen so well advertised.. They then self-isolate because they have been told that is what they should do by the government. Or their report of such symptoms is automatically counted as symptoms of C19 infection and we get a “new spike” in “COVID 19 cases”.
The “new spike” is blamed on the Lockdown not being lockdowny enough, which of course fuels excuses to keep the country suppressed.
This is flanked by the ongoing effort to misrepresent the COVID19 deaths stat, with the UK having more deaths than any other country for no apparent reason (and no effort to explain it either – or indeed why the most locked-down countries have the worst stats).
In the words of one old lady who gave me her honest opinion this morning,
“It’s all a load of bollocks isn’t it?”
Jon Davy is an international man of mystery. He is not currently wanted by the police
The above feature is from UK Reloaded
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