Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been further briefed by SAGE advisors who have spun another tall-tale featuring tens of thousands more Covid deaths to come this winter, whilst suggesting he must impose lockdowns 'to reduce that death-toll'. SAGE are now claiming that Covid Deaths will rise 'well above 50,000' in the next wave. So much for the vaccine that was supposed to be 94% effective in reducing deaths and hospitalisations, even from the Delta variant.
The Government’s cost-benefit analysis on Covid measures is believed to set not only the acceptable level of cost to save the life of a Covid patient at up to £30,000, but also how much each life lost costs the U.K. economy. This, of course was famously missing from the entirety of the first 18 months of the pandemic, and is still nothing more than a manipulation for facts to fit the ongoing narrative.
It is understood the analysis shows that the cost of keeping the annual death rate below 50,000 would outweigh the cost to the U.K. economy of allowing it to rise above this level. However, the death toll has always been exaggerated to fit the narrative. In 2020 only 433 people died directly from Covid-19. But even if you took the Government's own figures the cost to the economy and wider society can still never be justified. Bristol University have predicted 550,000 deaths will be caused by Lockdowns over the next 5 years, whilst the financial cost is well over £370 Billion and rising. In addition another 250,000 Jobs are scheduled to go when Furlough ends in September and companies start shedding staff. This is on top of the 620,000 people who have already been made redundant due to lockdowns. The governments eagerness to go back into lockdowns proves that this has never been about a virus.
As we revealed earlier this month, the Government has put 'contingency plans' in place that will be activated whenever deaths rise to what they describe as an “unacceptable level”. Reports suggest that the level will easily be reached as it has been set ridiculously low on purpose. New 'wide-array' PCR tests brought in last month will allow even more 'cases' to be discovered meaning the attainment of the magic 1000 deaths a week won't just be reached, it will be impossible to avoid.
A Downing Street source said: “The Prime Minister is minded to implement another lockdown or new restrictions only if the figure of annual deaths looks like it’s going to go above 50,000. That means deaths from Covid of 137 a day, or just under 1,000 a week." However, it won’t be an immediate reaction. A sustained rate of death of around a 1,000 a week for two or three weeks will, though, lead to discussion on restrictions being reimposed. Unfortunately, prime ministers have to weigh up the cost of saving lives to the impact on the economy. No one wants to talk about that’s how it works.” A second Downing Street spokesperson then contradicted the first saying “There is no set number of acceptable deaths from Covid.”
Professor Graham Medley, chair of the Government’s pandemic modelling group Spi-m said to the i newspaper: “Decisions about how much to intervene to improve public health are always difficult for governments. Measures such as vaccinating children against meningitis or imposing speed limits on roads reduce death and disease, but also cost money and limit freedoms." He went on to push the already debunked argument that society needs rules, but neglected to say that it was him and his Communist mates in SAGE who were the ones devising those rules. He said: “Decisions about how much to intervene to improve public health are always difficult for governments. Measures such as vaccinating children against meningitis or imposing speed limits on roads reduce death and disease, but also cost money and limit freedoms."