So now ‘health leaders’ in Staffordshire are suggesting people ought to get tested for the coronavirus if they begin experiencing headaches, aches and pains, sore throat, runny nose, sneezing and tiredness. Aren’t they pretty much the same symptoms you get with a regular cough or cold? And if so, what does that suggest to you about the severity of the coronavirus?
…the pursuit of eliminating COVID has given rise to an unbelievable number of excess deaths…Christopher J. Wilkinson
It’s time to start seeing through the mirage and wake up to reality. This illness simply not as serious or deadly as politicians want you to believe it is. There is nothing especially serious about it, and the government themselves confirmed this exactly eight months ago today by saying that COVID-19 is not a ‘high-consequence infectious disease’; in other words, it is a normal illness. What’s worse, the pursuit of eliminating COVID has given rise to an unbelievable number of excess deaths from starvation, suicide, heart disease and cancer.
There is nothing that increased testing will cure or treat, except to feed the evermore inaccurate case statistics which are being used to justify the […] policies which are oppressing us.Christopher J. Wilkinson
The reason why so many people died during the ‘first wave’ (and incidentally, the only ‘wave’) is due to an overcompensation caused by abnormally low seasonal flu deaths during 2018 and 2019. There is nothing that increased testing will cure or treat, except to feed the evermore inaccurate case statistics which are being used to justify the lockdown, social distancing and mask wearing policies which are oppressing us. We can stop the ‘spread’ if we stop complying. Your compliance kills.