Apparently I’m an idiot

Well, at least according to some pantywaisters on YouTube comment threads, who call me names then ‘mute’ my responses so they can stick their fingers in their ears and go “la-la-la I can’t hear you!” How very mature of them. How very silly and trollish.

But in the name of fairness, I would like to address their concerns, and detail what I’ve been called a moron or idiot for;

  • Being able to read official statistics and see that the death count of SARS/COV-2 is running well below normal seasonal influenza deaths. Even with an uptick is ‘cases’ caused by the testing methodology.
  • Questioning that if this is the case, then why the lockdowns?
  • Saying that I would like my civil liberties back please.

Am I being unreasonable? Unscientific even? Am I even being dishonest? No, I don’t think so. The basic numbers confirm that I am correct in my assertions. The big picture as outlined shows that the Pandemic ended in May and that any putative ‘second spike’, which is being referred to by far more intelligent persons than myself as a ‘casedemic’, an illusion caused by the torture of statistics and highly selective number quoting.

We have effective treatments against SARS/COV-2. There are prophylactic doses of vitamins (C & D in particular) that one can take to reduce vulnerability. Yet the politicians and the name callers say that these things “Don’t work” yet there is solid evidence to say that they do. An apple a day does indeed keep the doctor away. A range of anti-viral treatments, including Hydroxychloraquine are also effective, Who knew eh?

At no time in these exchanges did I respond to the insults thrown at me by overt name calling. I simply tried to point out what the numbers said was true. Because I can read and interpret numbers. Derive trends. I also believe that if you know how to look, you will find that God, or truth, is always in the numbers.

But apparently I’m an idiot for thinking so.

Update; For those interested, follow this link to Dr Karol Sikora’s open letter to No 10 asking them to reconsider the current restrictions. At least I’m in good company.

8 thoughts on “Apparently I’m an idiot”

  1. Time is on your side.
    For the moment the truth is being hidden. At some point, maybe when their tests show that more than half the population has /had the virus the policy must change.
    But will we ever hear the truth about ventilators, people killed by wrong treatment, discarded possible cures, care homes, an NHS shut down except for a decreasing number of covid cases, and the ppe shortages, money wasted, chicanery.
    Then the pollies, the “scientists”, the NHS managers will all tell us that was their plan all along.
    Maybe another scary thing will divert attention.
    They might have an enquiry lasting five or ten years which will conclude that no one was to blame, lessons will be learned.
    But those who were right about this farce will never be forgiven, receive no credit.

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  2. Why is our esteemed ‘leader’ completely in thrall to ‘experts’ whose modeling and deduced conclusions have proved in the past to be almost 100% wrong (think AIDS, BSE, SARS, Avian Flu, Swine Flu, etc.)?

    There are only 3 possible answers:-

    1) He is terminally stupid;

    2) There is a hidden agenda;

    3) Someone has something on him and is applying pressure.

    It is, of course, entirely possible that the truth is a combination of more than one of these. I doubt we’ll ever find the plain truth with all the official obfuscation and mendacity.

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      1. I’ve seen those, Bill:- and forwarded the link (and to Churchmouse’s article) to several like-minded friends and remain hopeful that they will do the same.

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