Video: Sweden: Europe’s Lockdown Exception

First published on April 3, 2020

Here is the link to a 3-minute video of Swedish life that should looks pretty good to everybody. This single example of a nation willing to be a “Control Group” to the massive experiment of locking-down entire nations that is unnecessarily destroying the global economy in favor of some New World Order that will surely emerge shortly.

As of March 31, 2020, out of a population of 9,800,000 there have been 4,605 cases that tested positive, a rate of .0047% of the Swedish population.

Of course nobody knows how many of the positive cases were because of false positive tests (be aware that patient with just a common cold can be tested positive for coronavirus because about ¼ of all common colds are caused by a coronavirus infection and there is also no published data that shows that the newest fast-tracked test kits can reliably differentiate those two possibilities).

91% of the Swedish cases were mild and 393 were serious or critical (9%).

There have been 239 “coronavirus-test-confirmed” deaths in Sweden so far, a mortality rate of 8.5%, although that is again an over-stated figure, since the vast majority of asymptomatic and mild cases and cases that didn’t have easy access to a testing facility were uncounted. The calculated incidence rate for coronavirus infections in Sweden per million population was 490, which means that 999,510 Swedes out of every million were never diagnosed with coronavirus illnesses.

Incidentally, the incidence rate for Americans with coronavirus diagnoses per million as of 3-31-2020 was 650, meaning that 999,350 Americans out of every million have not been affected. The coronavirus death rate for America was 15/1,000,000, meaning that 999,985 Americans out of every million have not died from the coronavirus “pandemic”.

The incidence rate per million Italians was 1,829 and the death rate was 218, meaning that 999,782 out of every 1,000,000 Italians did not die from the coronavirus infection. In Australia there have been 5100 cases with coronavirus infections and 23 deaths, which calculates to a death rate of 0.9 patients per million population. In Brazil there have been 6930 cases and 244 deaths, which calculated to I Brazilian dying per 1,000,000 populations.

Dr. Gary G. Kohls


With billions across the world under lockdown amid the coronavirus pandemic, one country stands almost alone. In Sweden, daily life has been continuing largely as normal as authorities have taken a radically different approach to tackling the virus.

Though gatherings of more than 50 were banned on Sunday, down from 500 previously, restaurants, bars and shops are still serving customers.

And while high schools and universities have closed their doors, the country is one of the few places in western Europe where primary schools remain open.

Sweden has recorded more than 4,400 coronavirus cases and 180 deaths. But the government has asked only those who are sick or in at-risk groups to stay home

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Dr Kohls practiced holistic mental health care in Duluth for the last decade of his family practice career prior to his retirement in 2008, primarily helping patients who had become addicted to cocktails of psychiatric drugs to safely go through the complex withdrawal process. His column often deals with various unappreciated health issues, including those caused by Big Pharma’s over-drugging, Big Vaccine’s over-vaccinating, Big Medicine’s over-screening, over-diagnosing and over-treating agendas and Big Food’s malnourishing food industry.

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