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AIDS scaremongers now in charge

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It turns out that Neil Ferguson isn’t only long-time scaremonger to have reached a high position of power. Michael Fumento takes up the story: In this writer’s 1990 book, “The Myth of Heterosexual AIDS,” he is mentioned on 24 pages. A sample: “Dr. Redfield, amazingly, has declared [the chances of] male-to-female vaginal HIV to be 50 […]

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Malcolm Delingpole: The New Divide

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Sad to say, but almost unnoticed a new ‘divide’ is opening up as a result of lockdown, between those of us who live singly, and our married friends. Don’t get me wrong, I have been married twice and have nothing against the institution, particularly as I have some wonderful and supportive kids from both unions, […]

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Andrew Carey: Covid and the underground

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This is an article by Andrew Carey, addicted gambler and unemployed tree feller. When the virus that was to be named Covid-19 erupted in Wuhan I noted that the city had a Metro system. When this virus arrived in the UK, London hardest at first, I thought the Underground system must be a factor in […]

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Latest graphs from Christopher Bowyer

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Hard-working reader Christopher Bowyer has sent me some more graphs, some based on NHS England data, and some on the ONS week 18 release. First, NHS England deaths with Covid-19 by absence (yellow) or presence (green) of a pre-existing condition.   Next, percentage of deaths with Covid-19 by pre-existing condition. (94.8% have one or more […]

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Week 18 bar graphs

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One of my academic readers, who has been doing bar graphs of the ONS data, has sent some more through (also based on ONS stats), and they’re very revealing. First of all, here’s a graph of of all deaths (per million) in Eng & Wales between December and the start of May for each year […]

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The German hidden disaster that’s extremely well hidden

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Here’s the Covid-19 disaster in Germany in the all-cause death figures. (Destatis’s own graph). Can you see it? It’s the red line. Looks pretty flat and normal, you say? No, not at all, it’s just, er… resting. Yeah, resting. Tired and shagged out after a long squawk, I expect. Really it’s a monstrous mountain, it’s […]

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Andrew Mahon: Crimson Tide

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This is an article by Andrew Mahon. Andrew is a writer based in London, who has written for the Spectator, the Daily Wire, Human Life Review, New English Review, Brexit Central, Catholic Journal, Conservative Woman and others. The 12th of May this year marks the 25th anniversary of the 1995 underwater thriller Crimson Tide, directed […]

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Robert Watson: Analysis of Warwick Uni Researchers’ Statistical Justification for Locking Down the Over-50’s Indefinitely

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This is an article by Prof Robert Watson. This article critiques the analysis of Warwick University researchers Andrew Oswald and Nattavudh Powdthavee. Their research (henceforth, O&P) received a large amount of publicity recently (with articles in the Daily Mail and Telegraph). Moreover, a ‘Policy Briefing paper‘, a separate press release, and the research paper itself, […]