COVID-19 SWEDEN. In this episode, Swedish Dr. Hanna Åsberg and Professor Björn Hammarskjöld discuss the situation in Sweden. The country has been praised by many as one of the few that stood their ground, never implemented lockdowns, and with very few restrictions which made it seem like heaven on earth during the pandemic. But is…Medical Doctors: Real Covid Death Rate in Sweden 2020 was Less than the Annual Influenza — NewsVoice
By Stew Peters Show – Published October 26, 2021
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May 23, 2021 by: Lance D Johnson
(Natural News) Rotting corpses are washing up in record numbers along the banks of the Ganges, a major river that flows through India and Bangladesh. Just a week ago, a total of seventy-one bodies washed up just outside the Chausa village. The locals in Uttar Pradesh found dozens of dead bodies when they went to the river to bathe. In the district of Ballia, another sixty-two bodies were recovered along the river, with dozens more appearing in Gahmar. More than fifty corpses washed up in Mahadevi ghat, with feral dogs and birds feasting on the remains. Dozens of bodies are found every day along the 1,560-mile-long river.
(Collective Evolution) What Happened: John P. A. Ioannidis, a professor of medicine and epidemiology at Stanford University is one of many scientists around the world, and one of several from Stanford University, who has been telling the world that the new coronavirus, so far according to the data, is not as dangerous as it’s being made out to be by mainstream media. For example, earlier on in the pandemic he published an article titled “A fiasco in the making? As the coronavirus pandemic takes hold, we are making decisions without reliable data.“ In the article, he argues that there is simply not enough data to make claims about reported case fatality rate. He stated that rates, “like the official 3.4% rate from the World Health Organization, cause horror — and are meaningless.” →