About 500 of Australia’s 25 million population die each day. In any given year historically, an average of between 1.5 to 10 per day (fluctuating with seasons), of those deaths have been due to or with, Influenza. Despite being in the middle of the Influenza season, Influenza deaths apparently no longer occur. Currently around two … More Dearie Me Delta
If you are sick enough with symptoms of a viral respiratory disease to need health care then quality medical services will either treat your symptoms, or in certain specific circumstances where it is considered useful, they may request viral testing to cover the range of most likely laboratory-detectable causes of your symptoms. Diagnosticians compare a … More Or Stay In Bed For a Day or Two?
Perhaps one of the biggest wake up calls is becoming aware that today, Holocaust survivors and others such as victims of war and descendants from Eastern Bloc Gulags, are drawing strong parallels with their experiences under totalitarian rule, and expressing deep concern about the Covid-19 pandemic response. The Corona Ausschuss are collaborating with a growing … More Audi alteram partem
Why did World Health Organisation promote lockdown as a public health intervention? They knew the harms, yet they recommended it anyway. For what possible reason? A part of the answer must surely include the background Crimes of Tedros Adhanom. The Chinese Communist Party are clearly implicated, along with multiple others such as (but not limited … More Deadly Public Health
The constant horror I feel as the world’s poorest are being plunged into unspeakable desolation due to untruthful reporting and politicisation of a public health issue drives these blogs, which are really my only recourse for now. One of the tenets of Public Health is to offer truthful, proportionate and calm messages. This is not … More Black Death, Censorship, Rationality
Addit: 2 November. Since sharing this blog yesterday, the following has happened, which reveals the apolitical nature of the man that he could make such an error of judgement, and his character that he can openly apologise. The level of vitriol being hurled at him in response has been disturbing. Listening to Scott Atlas speak, … More Proud to be an Outlier
Scott Atlas is this year’s leading lionheart in my view. He is an academic with zero political aspirations who entered the White House at significant personal cost. Regardless of which political side he appears to be on, the reason he entered the White House was “because the President of the United States asked me, a … More Lionhearts of 2020
I have been incredibly confused by WHO over the past six months. Their 2019, well-researched systematic review on appropriate pandemic responses was completely disregarded. Their lack of leadership was surpassed only by their contradictory messaging. Their focus on one virus to the detriment of all else whilst occasionally making announcements of poverty doubling, 120 million … More Confused By World Health Organisation?
Some people are just inspiring. Nick Hudson is an actuary who co-founded the South African non-profit Pandemics – Data and Analytics. The Australian mainstream media have ignored the Great Barrington Declaration which is perhaps one of the most significant movements of this year, if not beyond. Meanwhile, upon signing the Great Barrington Declaration, Hudson had … More Declaration of Inspiration
Anders Tegnell is chief epidemiologist with the Swedish Public Health Agency. Unlike many western countries whose health departments respond directly to elected ministers, Swedish law does not allow political intervention in agency decision making. This lack of ministerial rule seems to explain why evidence based pandemic plans were followed with minimal controversy in Sweden. Much … More Interviews Worth Hearing