Rosemary Frei has an MSc in molecular biology. She has been a freelance medical writer and journalist for twenty-two years, and is now an independent investigative journalist.
In the following interview with James Corbett, she explains that at the beginning of the declared pandemic in the UK, the “sniffles” were deemed sufficient to warrant a Covid diagnosis.
In Canada, the “sniffles and a cough” were sufficient.
Furthermore, if one person with one symptom was deemed to have Covid in a Long Term Care facility, then everyone in the facility (with similar symptomatology) was deemed to have it as well. These “broadened definitions” she argues, necessarily inflated “Covid” numbers.
Triage guidelines also changed. People in Long Term Care are not sent to the hospitals, which, presumably, are better equipped to deal with emergencies. This, too, would likely inflate “Covid” numbers, by reducing patient longevity.
Governing agencies also changed rules regarding Death Certificates and the removal and disposition of bodies.
Bodies are removed quickly, and this narrows the window for performing post mortems, since post mortems should be performed “in situ”. Death Certificates are now signed by Ontario’s Chief Coroner, Dr. Huyer, and not by an attending doctor or nurse practitioner familiar with the patient, which would normally be the case. Significantly, Dr. Dirk Huyer is now in charge of the expanding Covid-testing program in Ontario.
Frei suggests that drivers behind “pandemic guidelines”, and subsequent “excess deaths” include financial considerations. Older people are “expensive” and they contribute less to the tax base.
Corbett sees something else. Inflated Covid numbers “magnify the crisis” he says, and create a reservoir of people who will “line up” more readily for a vaccine.
This writer sees a governmental crime that needs to be investigated.
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