Independent highlights credibility concerns over coronavirus statistics

We’re currently experiencing the second highest number of new coronavirus cases recorded this year, yet few people are panicking – and rightly so. According to the government, this is an emergency even though their increase in the number of daily tests has inevitably led to the detection of more cases. The reality is that there is nothing to fear.

We are getting through this virus in spite of the government’s actions, not because of them.

Christopher J. Wilkinson

The tests as reported, still in their infancy and with a dubious level of credibility, have the potential to highlight residual coronavirus artefacts from people who’ve already recovered from the virus as well as detect the number of active cases. Officially these figures have been inexplicably merged. The result is a statistical falsehood, deliberately enlarging an issue rapidly resolving itself through the scientific reality of herd immunity. We are getting through this virus in spite of the government’s actions, not because of them.

We are now clearly in the midst of government-induced crisis fabrication.

Christopher J. Wilkinson

What evidence is there for this? The answer is the death rate. During the March to May phase there was a clear correlation between the number of cases and number of deaths. This time cases have risen to a consistently higher level, yet this has not been matched by a significant increase in deaths. The state has revised its tripartite propagandist slogan simply to ‘hands, face, space’. All traces of ‘protecting the NHS’ and ‘saving lives’ have gone. We are now clearly in the midst of government-induced crisis fabrication. The ‘second wave’ is nothing more than a statistical illusion.

https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/country/uk/

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