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The Digital Digest
By Oliver May
HAVING ruined countless lives, countless livelihoods, injected fear into countless innocent people with consistently inaccurate modelling, the Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies [SAGE] has been disbanded.
Good news, undoubtedly. But the damage has already been done and will continue to be seen for years to come.
Think, in particular, of children’s abused mental health via lockdowns that made statistically insignificant difference to the spread of any variant.
News Uncut has mentioned this before but, imagine you had made such catastrophically wrong and damaging errors in your current job. Do you think you would still be employed?
Take this, for example, as reported by The Spectator: “The figures his team [Professor Graham Medley, chair of the Sage modellers] collated suggested that Omicron would kill between 600 to 6,000 people a day – as worked out, fatalities peaked at 273 on 21 January.”
THE former head of health/job stats at the Office for National Statistics has also been highlighting the sickening errors made by Sage – with his latest blog finding that Covid deaths are 93 per cent lower than their modelling.
Jamie Jenkins reports: “Back in September, Sage warned of around 3,000 hospitalisations per day if the Government did not introduce Plan B in England.
“The Government ignored this and admissions never rose above 900 per day. As the Omicron wave hit the UK, the Government introduced Plan B measures on December 15. Sage modellers then warned of up to 3,000 deaths per day in January without further restrictions.
“Early on from the identification of Omicron, experts in South Africa repeatedly told the world it was less severe than the Delta variant. However, Sage came up with a range of scenarios predicting large numbers of deaths without further restrictions in England.
“Modellers at Warwick University predicted if Omicron was 50% less severe than Delta and 6 million booster vaccine doses went into arms each week, we would see peak deaths linked to Covid-19 of 2,890 per day in January. This is if England did not see further restrictions beyond Plan B.
“As with all models, there was a range, with a best-case scenario of 1,800 deaths per day and a worst-case scenario of 4,770.
“The worst-case scenario was close to a 5,000 deaths per day prediction of Professor Neil Ferguson.
“Looking at the daily estimate and tracking against the prediction, deaths in England are around 93 per cent lower than the central estimate of the Warwick model, 88 per cent lower than the best-case scenario and 96% lower than the worst-case scenario. Whichever way you look at it, the SAGE prediction is way off and unfit for purpose.
“The recent Sage model is proving yet again to be well off with deaths 93 per cent lower than reality. Modelling is not an exact science but the recent Sage modelling is so poor there is little credibility left to believe them.”
So when do the repercussions take place?
TWO months ago, News Uncut ran an interview with Dr Tess Lawrie of the World Council for Health in which she spoke about Dr Andrew Hill’s sudden change of heart regarding the use of ivermectin as safe treatment for Covid.
This week, Dr Lawrie released a video detailing the events leading up to his shocking dismissal of the evidence of such a life-saving drug, including her passionate Zoom chat with Dr Hill.
Today, we are linking both Dr Tess Lawrie’s video and our previous article:
A VICTORY for common sense, or about time? In Scotland, those who made a choice not to take a Covid jab are ‘allowed’ to resume IVF treatment.
In January the Scottish Government paused the treatment for those who were not ‘fully’ vaccinated unless they were waiting for a booster, saying the decision was based on uncertainty about how pregnant women were affected by the Omicron variant.
Does anyone know how a jab affects a nine-month pregnancy? Or whether the spike protein or lipid nanoparticle expresses in reproductive organs and, if so, how it might affect these delicate areas? Where was the pause then?
QUESTION OF THE DAY:
According to the MHRA, there have been 27,005 cardiac disorders following a Covid jab. At what number does the Government’s insistence that it is “safe and effective” become misinformation?