Tagged: Coronavirus

Dr Malcolm Kendrick – how deadly is the 19 Thing really?

Dr Malcolm Kendrick – how deadly is the 19 Thing really?

Calm, common sense from Dr Malcolm Kendrick: 7th February 2021 I have spent large chunks of my life trying to untangle medial data and research. COVID19 has long since defeated me. I have been unable to make any sense of the information we are bombarded with daily. So, I decided to go back to basics. At the start of the COVID19 saga, I was interested to know what the infection fatality rate (IFR) was likely to be. I felt I could then have a go at comparing it to other diseases, primarily influenza. The infection fatality is the number of people infected with the virus who then die. This is very different to the case fatality rate (CFR), which is the number of people infected with the disease who become unwell enough (sometimes, but not always) to be admitted to hospital – the ‘cases’. Who then die. Before COVID19 appeared, there used to be a reasonably clear distinction between the infection fatality rate (IFR), and the case fatality fate (CFR) and it is important that they should not get mixed up. Because the case fatality rate is almost always far higher than the infection fatality rate – as you would...

How the year is going to unfold – the view from Clif High

How the year is going to unfold – the view from Clif High

I first came across Clif High (yes, it is only one “f” in Clif) some years ago, but he fell off my radar for some reason. Just a couple of days ago an Indigo sent me a link to this video which reminded me how much I enjoy his take on the world. Let me give a little background to give some context as to how he explains things. He started out as a financial analyst, and devised a  sophisticated set of computer algorithms to help him predict market movements. The data would highlight key words or even emotions that were “bubbling under” before they started trending. He noticed various things that would come up that, apparently, had little to do with his financial work, so he put them into a folder that he called “Woo”. In the end, the Woo took over! His broad approach takes in everything from ETs and UFOs to vaccines and viruses – well, everything, in fact, that we (GlobalPop in his language) are reacting to and talking about. The video is about 35 minutes and will give you, I feel sure, another perspective on what “The Year of Woo” has in store for us:...

16th January – are there dots to be joined here?

16th January – are there dots to be joined here?

WARNING – THIS REPORT COMES FROM WAY DOWN THE RABBIT HOLE OF CONSPRIACY! Stand by your beds – stock up your cupboards – keep the coffee coming – those who look around can see clear signs now that things are happening. Let me just bring together a few threads that may or may not have anything to do with anything … Baron Benjamin de Rothschild has just died in Switzerland. He was only 58, he had a heart attack – such a shame for one so young, for such a leading member of that long-established banking dynasty. “Nine Catholic bishops with Covid 19 die in a single week” – that is an actual headline, from the Catholic News Agency, no less. Four died on the same day – 13th January. The nine were aged between 53 and 91, and were based in various countries around the world. Is it a coincidence, I wonder, that the Vatican, one of the three key pillars of darkness along with the City of London and Washington DC, has again been in the news this week? Not only for the fact that it controlled the Leonardo satellites that shifted data and money around the world...

Another view on modern medicine

Another view on modern medicine

A lady who survived concentration camps looks at what’s happening nowadays, from Green Med Info https://www.greenmedinfo.com/blog/video-nazism-covid-19-and-destruction-modern-medicine-interview-vera-sharav-part-?utm_campaign=Daily%20Newsletter%3A%20Nazism%2C%20COVID-19%20and%20the%20Destruction%20of%20Modern%20Medicine%3A%20An%20Interview%20with%20Vera%20Sharav%2C%20Part%20One%20(R7jkrA)&utm_medium=email&utm_source=Daily%20Newsletter&_ke=eyJrbF9lbWFpbCI6ICJmaWVsZGFyQGFvbC5jb20iLCAia2xfY29tcGFueV9pZCI6ICJLMnZYQXkifQ%3D%3D&fbclid=IwAR2Sa_U03XS8U18SeQcsgUvjBoXRVVDtODmaPWbvRVui2wtCIWAPgLTQ2QI

HOW HAS IT BEEN FOR YOU?

HOW HAS IT BEEN FOR YOU?

Indigos are starting to have meet-ups once more – open-air picnics, mostly, or simple meals at places where we can eat outside, suitably spaced. We have talked about how it has been for each of us during lockdown – the good; the not-so-good; the lessons. Many people – including me – have been through the wringer, and it has been very unpleasant at times. This is how I described it in the August 2020 Indigo Newsletter: Side-swiped. Pole-axed. Knocked off track. Have you felt like that? I certainly have! A couple of weeks ago I was all over the place, or not in a good place, or not even knowing which place I was in. For the proverbial two pins I would have walked away from my little apartment and just kept walking. I would have got in the car and just driven – somewhere, anywhere, just away. I wanted to find myself somewhere completely different, where nobody knew me, so I could make a completely new start. It was a deeply disturbing period, I have to say, especially as I am usually very grounded. When I allowed myself time and space to be still and really think about it,...