In recent days a series of leaks across the globe have further shown the "official line" on coronavirus does not hold water
he science of the coronavirus is not disputed. It is well documented and openly admitted:
This is borne out by the numerous serological studies which show, again and again, that the infection fatality ratio is on par with flu.
There is no science - and increasingly little rational discussion - to justify the lockdown measures and overall sense of global panic.
Nevertheless, it's always good to get official acknowledgement of the truth, even if it has to be leaked.
Here are three leaks showing that those in power know that the coronavirus poses no threat, and in no way justifies the lockdown that is going to destroy the livelihoods of so many.1. "IT'S ALL BULLSHIT!"
Believing the interview over, and the camera turned off, Myasnikov said:
According to an e-mail leaked to Danish newspaper Politiken, the Danish Health Authority disagree with their government's approach to the coronavirus. They cover it in two articles hereand here (For those who don't speak Danish, thelocal.dk have covered the story too).
There's a lot of interesting information there, not least of which is the clear implication that politicians appear to be pressing the scientific advisors to overstate the danger (they did the same thing in the UK), along with the decision of some civil servants to withhold data from the public until after the lockdown had been extended.
But by far the most important quote is from a March 15th e-mail [our emphasis]:
On March 12th the Danish parliament passed an emergency law which - among many other things -
Earlier this month, on May 9th, a report was leaked to the German alternate media magazine Tichys Einblick titled "Analysis of the Crisis Management".
The report was commissioned by the German department of the interior, but then its findings were ignored, prompting one of the authors to release it through non-official channels.
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