Published On: Sat, Sep 12th, 2020

Covid-19 in a nutshell

This article is an extension and supplement to a previous FBEL article, Covid-19: utterly false perception of great danger created by letting some old and ill people die, where evidence for some of the statements made here is to be found.

Covid-19 is a disease of the lung. It appears to be caused by SARS-COV binding to the protein ACE2. Susceptibility to contracting Covid-19 could be a simple matter of a person having too high levels of ACE2. Indeed, given that the infectiousness of SARS-COV is an increasingly redundant issue, the ACE2 factor, of which there is much ignorance, might be the defining characteristic of the disease.

The damage caused to the lung by the binding leads to pneumonia, and further complications. It appears that, where this advanced state of affairs does not exist, it might not even be feasible to classify a case of Covid-19 as such, because the vast majority of so-called SARS-COV positive cases, as defined by PCR test or clinical diagnosis, do not involve an infection with the virus.

In the UK, the best estimate of death by Covid-19 pneumonia is a number of around 4,000, give or take a number of hundreds.

“Covid-19” – please note the use of quotation marks – is a disease that doesn’t exist. It is an umbrella term for death from other causes that have been designated to give the impression of the existence of a virulent plague. The vast majority of “Covid-19” dead [in the so-called first wave] were hospital population, with a big proportion having already been resident in hospital at the beginning of the episode in March. Twenty five thousand (and this is believed to be a figure for the entire UK) were sent into care homes where, as it has been reported, 20,000 people died of “Covid-19”. This figure could be smaller because the reportage from which it was obtained originated before a review and downscaling of the official death toll in August.

In hospital, there was the surprising phenomenon of patients contracting “Covid-19” on admission, and being found to have “Covid-19” just before death. What actually appears to have been happening is that imminently terminal cases were being diagnosed with “Covid-19” (as perhaps per the case with Eddie Large), as were patients receiving palliative care who would be allowed to die. It was discovered fairly early on in the episode that many NHS patients were being treated on the basis of “do not resuscitate” orders allocated to them, and the scandal that this constitutes has still not yet come to full term.

On 8th September, the NHS reported that of the total number who died in hospital in England, 29,619 tested positive for “Covid-19” at time of death, and 1362 did not test positive, although “Covid-19” was mentioned on the death certificate.

Although it is health terrain, and not age, that is the crucial aspect of real Covid-19; in “Covid-19” most deaths occur in the very aged. This is simply a reflection of the fact that the aged are most likely to die – but more pertinently, when it’s highly debatable that any “Covid-19” death was natural [simply through old age], because the elderly are the sickest demographic in society thanks to the health care system that created them.

The weekly Public Health England surveillance report up to 1st September states that, in all the months to the current one, 40,732 people in England have died of “Covid-19”†. Of these, 58% were 80 years of age or over; 24% were 70 to 79; 10% were 60 to 69; 5% were 50 to 59.

These percentages are perfectly consistent with the notion that the vast majority of “Covid-19” deaths have nothing to do with Covid-19, for the reasons stated here and discussed further in the previous article that is supplemented by this.

The ICNARC audit report of 7th September, which contains details of Covid-19 deaths in intensive care units in England, Wales and Northern Ireland, states that, as of 31st August, of 10,834 patients who had been admitted into critical care, 10,704 had had outcomes reported, and 130 patients were last reported as still being in an intensive care bed. Of the patients where outcomes had been reported, 4240 (39.1%) patients died while receiving critical care, and 314 (4.9%) patients died after critical care in acute hospital.

Furthermore, ICNARC reports that of the 10,704 ICU patients where an outcome had been reported, 3% were 80 or over; 18% were 70 to 79; 29% were 60 to 69; 28% were 50 to 59 and 13% were 40 to 49. These percentages are perfectly consistent with the notion that old age and accompanying sickness is not the same factor in contracting Covid-19 as it is in dying of “Covid-19”. However, given that the 60 to 79 age groups were those in which patients were more likely to die, old age did become a factor in surviving intensive care.

The two sets of percentages given here perfectly illustrate the difference between Covid-19 and “Covid-19”. The first is a matter of health terrain creating susceptibility whatever the age of the patient, while the second is a matter of the old, and therefore the sick, being victim of a predatory State that wants to create the utterly false impression of a great danger. The first is a rare disease. The second is a deception that pretends to be a disease.

From our reckoning, we discover that of the 36,000 (about) who died of “Covid-19” in England, all of them must have died either in a hospital or a care home, because the numbers barely make any room for deaths in any other circumstance. This would not surprise, because “Covid-19” is not about healthy people falling ill suddenly in their homes, and in fact not falling ill at all. It is about the management of already sick people, who would generally already be in the clutches of the NHS, so that they are allowed to die, if not even deliberately euthanised.

We can also say the same thing about Covid-19: it is not about healthy people falling ill either, but rather, arguably (and there is a strong case to be made), it is about the state of the health terrain. Covid-19, we could argue, is about the activation of a part of a host’s microbiome that would otherwise be dormant. The agent of change is ACE2 – this much is known, although of course, while the agenda, and indeed the received thinking insists on a virus as a cause, there is not going to be a proper understanding of it.


† With the following qualification:

Being recorded is “a death in a person with a laboratory-confirmed positive COVID-19 test and who either died within 60 days of the first specimen date or who died more than 60 days after the first specimen date, only if COVID-19 is mentioned on the death certificate”.

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