“A man with an internet connection” (MWIC) wrote a piece called Covid-19: What they Don’t Tell You at the Miles Mathis blog. I am not writing this to criticize it, as it is a worthy effort and I am glad he did the legwork he did.
However, in the piece he inserted two tables, a comparison of death rates in countries with and without lockdowns. He got the information at a site called Worldometers, and the information on lockdowns from a BBC report that is now over a month old. The tables are shown below the fold.
Countries with no lockdown:
Countries locked down:
A couple of questions came to mind – for one, given what we know about the reliability of tests, what do these numbers mean? The only ones I feel are reliable are deaths, and that’s does not mean they are “Covid-19 Deaths.” Given what we know about the nature of the virus, probably not new or novel, probably misidentified anyway, what are we to imagine these people died of? And given the unreliability and corruption evident at WHO and CDC, can we really rely on anyone for anything?
Then a bigger question came to mind. MWIC said in his piece that limited his tables to countries having more than 9 million people, or one per region. That’s fair enough, as he only wanted a representative sample, but I wondered … where’s China? The US? Russia? Brazil? Egypt? I decided to make a bigger table, and did. Click on the link below, and it should appear in a new window.
I added over thirty countries to his lists, bringing the total population represented on the table to over 80% of the world’s population. I then had to decide on the nature of lockdowns. In the US and Canada, for instance, there have been a severe violations of civil liberties. In Australia and Brazil, much less so, having only “localized” lockdowns. So on my table I highlighted in yellow those countries that are being most abusive to their citizens.
After I did that, I realized that my work was done. The “Covid-19” numbers are lies, and the more stringent the lockdown, the more lying is going on. The US, for instance, is said to have 80,546 Covid-19 deaths, but as we learned from Andrew Kaufman (I have tried but have not been able to duplicate his work at the CDC website), total deaths in the US this year are down 6% from the average of the last three years. That means that there has been whole lot of re-categorizing going on here in the home of the brave and land of the free. Goodness me but what a bunch of liars!
I will share some information gleaned from my work, taken with a sandbar of salt:
- The US has by far more Covid-19 cases than any other place, 1,363,126. The UK comes in second with 219,183, or less than one-sixth. That might just be a factor or relative population, but does not explain India, with 1.38 billion people, over four times the US, having only 67,161 cases. And China? 82,901 cases … that country apparently dropped out of the game early. The US numbers are fake, of course, the real number being more like … zero.
- The percentage of people dying who tested positive varies from 16.3% (Belgium) all the way down to .4% (Hong Kong). That makes no sense, none. It might be that Belgium has an aging population relative to all other places, but it is far more likely that like France (14.9%), UK (14.5%), Italy (13.9%) and others, mostly European by the way, they are cooking the books to justify the Nazi-like oppression of their populations.
- Sweden is interesting. In her piece on Covid-19 being a new superimposed reality, Stephers suggested that Sweden was being used as a control group. Sweden has had, we are told, 3,225 Covid deaths, or 319 per million, placing it tenth in the world in that category. Belarus, which has also treated its population with dignity and respect, has experienced 14 deaths per million. What is going on here? Most likely, Sweden, if a control group, is in on the game and cooking its books so that it does not look too good to the rest of the world. (If you look at my second, shorter list on the link, you’ll see that countries not under lockdown are doing quite well, except Sweden [and Hungary], the outliers.)
- Finally, I was curious about Haiti and the Dominican Republic, since they share an island. Haiti (population 11.4 million) has 182 infections and 15 deaths. The DR (10.9 million) has 10,634 infections and 393 deaths. Haiti is in severe lockdown, DR less so, having only localized lockdowns. I think it a fair guess that these two countries, having much in common, should experience a global pandemic in the same manner, but nothing about Covid makes sense or rings true. This much can be said: DR has experienced 36 deaths per million, Haiti one. Even if it does not make sense, it is also so small as to be trivial. For this they lock them down?
We all know, at least on this website, that if a pathogenic virus were on the loose, no piece of cloth or social distance would stop it from spreading. We know that those measures along with lockdowns are meant to be our new normal. This fake pandemic has introduced a draconian new form of government, medical Nazis.