Good read: Why doesn’t anyone talk about Sweden anymore?

This post on substack is spot on. The experts continue to be wrong and continue to spread fear. When will they understand that we can’t control the virus.

“It’s happened in countries all over the world — Vietnam, Japan, Taiwan, Australia, Mongolia — just to name a few examples. They all have been praised for their ability to “control” the virus with masks and public health measures, only to then see cases invariably skyrocket.

Incompetent media reporting and dangerously ignorant “expert” pontifications have been an infuriatingly persistent aspect of COVID messaging, with their incoherent ravings becoming increasingly desperate as time wears on.

On the flip side to inaccurate praise, the incomprehensible inability of experts to get anything right is perhaps best exemplified by Sweden.”

Read the entire article here

Good perspective on the politics of Covid

Interesting read and perspective from Mark Oshinskie on the lockdowns being political can be found here.

Think about the following quote from the article as we continue to get misled on the Covid death toll. We always hear about the high number of deaths — now over 500k — but never that 94% of those who died had on average 2.6 comorbidities. That is a significant fact to leave out! And calls into question not only the accuracy of the death toll but the reason for misleading us.

He says this even though 99.6% of those infected, survive. Of those who die with — not from — an infection, 94% have an average of 2.6 comorbidities. 80% of deaths with Coronavirus deaths occur in people over 65. Nearly half of those are nursing home residents, half of whom normally die within five months of admission. Even 95% of those over 85 survive infection. Average age of US death, from any cause: 79 years. Average age of Coronavirus death: 80 years.