COVID ‘Expert’ Behind ‘Eye Watering’ Models Used For Lockdown Excuse Makes Stunning Admission [VIDEO]

Conspiracy Theorists were right one more time!

Now, when the C-19 restrictions and mandates have ended, the aftermath of what they have caused to the economy and people’s mental health isn’t apparent. For more than a year, citizens worldwide were subject to the ridiculous mandates that couldn’t stop the spread of the virus.

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The government announced the C-19 shot by Pfizer, but the virus still spread. One of the leading experts on the Scientific Advisory Group of Emergencies (SAGE) confessed that the C-19 modes used when the governments were making decisions held too much power, and they didn’t regard the effects on mental health and the economy.

SAGE called for Britain to introduce another round of lockdowns after Christmas. It was the same time when the group claimed 6,000 deaths per day caused by the C-19. In the video, you can see that Professor John Edmunds emphasized that the models should have been only one component when making decisions.


Edmunds added, “One of the issues is that it’s only one component in decision making. So the epidemiological models is only one component. And I wondered, and I worried that we had too much weight. There’s, of course, an enormous economic impact from many of the interventions and other indirect impacts on psychological health and so on. Now, these, in principle, could be included, but in practice, they were not. And, and they were not for many reasons, the link between cases and the economic impact is really unclear. The social and psychological impact of restrictions is still not clear and certainly not clear ahead of time. So these things were not included. And I actually think, in many respects, it was a great failure of health economics, not to really contribute to this field.”

We have to note that this isn’t the first time Professor Edmunds has criticized the C-19 agenda. In 2020 he said that Boris Johnson’s C-19 response was a ”lorry speeding down a hill.” “If you can imagine, we’re in a kind of lorry at the top of a hill. The engine’s gone, but we do have brakes. And the lorry’s just at walking pace, and it’s starting to pick up speed. What you can do is hit the brakes hard now and bring it back down to less than walking pace, almost to a stop. And then ease off and keep the brakes on to some extent. That should keep the lorry’s speed down at a low level.”

The professor added, “We allowed the epidemic to gather speed and gather speed, and then we put the brakes on, and then to bring the epidemic down, we had to put the brakes on for a very long time, very hard. That had a terrible effect on the economy. If they acted quicker – now – then I think it would not just limit the epidemic but also limit the impact on the economy as well.”

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