Virgin Media News in Ireland says explicitly what UK media are fudging – Johnson’s ‘herd immunity’ plan means mass deaths – even with ‘undercooked’ numbers
The UK’s Establishment media have shamed themselves by persistently covering for and failing to properly analyse Boris Johnson’s lunatic scheme to ignore World Health Organisation (WHO) advice in the pursuit of ‘herd immunity’.
The SKWAWKBOX was one of the first to point out what the numbers skimmed over in ‘MSM’ reports actually work out to – the horrifying maths that means mass deaths on a scale that would be unthinkable for any sane government.
Yet Johnson is not only thinking them, but actively planning for them – and an Irish news service has stated explicitly what the UK media have so far blurred in their reporting:
The Virgin Media News (VMN) report drastically understates the numbers. Health experts have told the SKWAWKBOX that 90% or more of the population need antibodies before herd immunity is achieved – not the government’s 60%.
And the 0.7% death rate VMN uses in its calculation is a mere fraction of the 3.5-5% mortality rate seen in hard-hit Italy and other countries – with experts agreeing that the UK is on a trajectory to match or exceed in the scale of the catastrophe.
In reality, Johnson is planning for several times VMN’s number – and perhaps far more – of UK people to die so that he can avoid taking the steps other countries are taking to protect their citizens.
As the VMN presenter notes, the UK is an outlier, wilfully ignoring the WHO’s advice – and the people of this country look set to suffer for Johnson’s eugenics-driven lunacy on an almost unimaginable scale.
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