The second week in January is normally the worst time for flu in the UK. Ordinarily, thousands of people would be admitted to hospital and the mainstream media would be reporting that the NHS is overwhelmed. This January has seen the number of flu-like symptoms reported to GPs at 1.1 per 100,000 people. The five-year average is 27. Subsequently the admission rate for flu, in the third week of this month was zero. That’s right, zero. Something is up right?
Of course not you tin-foil hat wearer! “Please disperse, there’s nothing to see here!” cry the scientists. Professor Martin Marshall, chairman of the Royal College of GPs, told The Sunday Times:
“It makes sense when you consider the lockdown restrictions, social distancing measures, and increased focus on maintaining good hygiene practices we are seeing at the moment, which will work to stop the spread of contagious illnesses such as colds and flu, as well as Covid-19.“
Yeah sure Martin. If you dried that one out, you could fertilise The Sahara Desert. Do they really expect folks to believe this? Flu has been re-branded as Covid-19. There can be no doubt about that now. And confronted with this fact, they’ve begun spinning any old nonsense, knowing that the media will not treat it with any scepticism and will just rinse and repeat. They’re even claiming that the drop in international travellers somehow explains the missing flu.
It really is gone you know. Simon de Lusignan, from Oxford University and director of the Royal College of GPs research and surveillance centre, which focuses on flu, said influenza has now been “almost completely wiped out.” Praise Jesus. Why am I so certain that flu is Covid and Covid is flu? The answer is in the flawed and totally discredited PCR test, which I’ve talked about on the radio show and written about on this website. The test is worthless, wasn’t designed to detect disease and is showing positive when it picks up anything bit of virus.
It’s no longer a question anymore of whether or not this is a scam. That has been settled. The question is, what are we going to do about it?