Former Chief Science Officer for the pharmaceutical giant Pfizer says "Second Wave" is based on faked false-positive COVID tests, "Pandemic is Over".
The "Big Pharma" insider asserts that false positive results from inherently unreliable COVID tests are being used to manufacture a "second wave" based on "new cases."
Dr. Mike Yeadon, a former Vice President and Chief Science Officer for Pfizer for 16 years, says that half or even "almost all" of tests for COVID are false positives.
Dr. Yeadon also argues that the threshold for herd immunity may be much lower than previously thought, and may have been reached in many countries already.
In an interview last week Dr. Yeadon was asked: "we are basing a government policy, an economic policy, a civil liberties policy on, what may well be, completely fake data on this coronavirus?"
Dr. Yeadon answered with a simple "yes."
Survival rate of COVID is now estimated to be 99.8%, similar to flu.
Another argument made by Yeadon et al in their September paper is that there has been no difference in outcomes related to lockdowns.
"The shape of the deaths vs. time curve implies a natural process and not one resulting mainly from human interventions...Famously, Sweden has adopted an almost laissez faire approach, with qualified advice given, but no generalized lockdowns. Yet its profile and that of the UK’s is very similar."
In Germany, an organization of 500 German doctors and scientists has formed, who say that government response to the COVID virus has been vastly out of proportion to the actual severity of the disease.
It helps to put this “pandemic” in an economic and geopolitical contest as well.
In this sense it’s a gift that will keep on giving.
Issues with EU disintegrating and strong separatist movements? Just turn up the media dial on Covid and people will stay home. Monetary easing and negative interest not working for years now ruining pension funds – do the same, just scare everyone, divert the attention.
The airlines are in a rare situation – BA chief executive Alex Cruz said this “last week we flew 187,000 passengers. The same week in the previous year we flew almost a million. We remain worried about the virus in the winter season. People are still afraid of traveling.”
What he didn’t say is that the major carriers burned tens of billions of dollars on shares buybacks in recent years in an effort to lift the stock value. Now they’re coming to the governments, hat in hand, asking for taxpayer money for comparable amounts that they incinerated earlier.
Then we have more serious things brewing.
There is a looming confrontation between the Europeans and the Russians. Normally the Americans would take care of all this because of the deal they had during the Cold War – we provide security, you side with us against the Russians. That deal has collapsed – Americans are going their own way and Europeans are their own, but the problem is they’re not of one mind. European policy making requires that all countries have to agree and one veto ruins the deal. So the Russians have a Trojan horse in terms of Greece, Cyprus and Hungry and that leaves it up to the rest of the Europeans to act independently.
The country that really matters here is Germany – they are desperate to have good relationship with Russia, this is where they get most of their energy from. In case of conflict escalation, they will need to massively re-arm, which will bring some memories in Europe.
Aside from all this, I am taking a week off starting Monday, need some break and first stop is Warsaw.
I talked to my sister, and she doesn’t take the Covid story as easy as I do.
“Go careful,” she said.
Tom Kubiak is the author of The Traveler