Coronavirus: Lies, Damn Lies, and Statistics: The 'Pandemic' That Never Was

From predictions that were fantasy, to the leaked government paper showing plans on how to instil fear in the public; The 5 pieces of evidence proving we've all been duped

1. Neil Ferguson's computer model was 13 years old, designed for a different virus, and DIDN’T WORK.

Sue Denim, an expert with 30 years of Silicon Valley experience said of Ferguson's work:

"The code doesn’t work"

"One of the most basic principles of modelling is that you need to be able to produce consistent results, before you can start making predictions." In the case of Neil Ferguson’s algorithm, their input would produce different results even when the input was exactly the same."

"Neil Ferguson knew the code was broken and tried to cover it up"

"Neil Ferguson and his team at Imperial College London were completely aware of the inherent flaws with their code, yet did nothing to fix these.  Concerns were raised by a team at Edinburgh University after they had simply tried to save the file in a different format, and found that this resulted in the algorithm predicting an additional 80,000 deaths! Instead of addressing the problems at the heart of the code (which would have required some hard graft), Neil and his team simply ran the fundamentally flawed models numerous times and took an average. In any other job, Neil Ferguson would have been struck off for professional negligence, and perhaps even prosecuted for fraud. Somehow, though, through the murky world and connections of academia, this man ended up advising our Government to take its most drastic course of action since the surrender of Hong Kong."

2. ALL of Ferguson's previous predictions have been WRONG.

It was Ferguson who, in 2001, convinced Prime Minister Tony Blair to have 6 million cattle slaughtered to stop the FMD epidemic (a decision which cost 10 billion pounds and which is today considered aberrant ). In 2002, he calculated that mad cow disease would kill about 50,000 Britons and another 150,000 when it spreads to sheep. There were actually 177 deaths. In 2005, he predicted that bird flu would kill 65,000 Britons. There were a total of 457 deaths. Regardless, he became an advisor to the World Bank and many governments, and maintained an influence like no other statistician has done before.

Ferguson has been the architect of the Generalised Containment Theory which has not only influenced the UK Government but most in Europe. According to French News Outlet it was Ferguson who sent a confidential note to French President Emmanuel Macron on March 12th announcing half a million deaths in France. Distraught, Macron made the general decision of confinement the same evening. It was also Professor Ferguson who publicly announced on March 16 that if nothing was done, there would be up to