re: WHO Says that Lockdowns are a Bad Idea, Hurting the Most Vulnerable Hardest — “lockdown policies producing DEVASTATING effects on short and long-term public health”
re: COVID-19: “Across virtually every key measure of childhood, progress has gone backward”—UNICEF
re: ethics in medicine
Easy to see this coming a mile away as a civilian: I am already 15 months late on a colonoscopy and there are millions like me for that and other things. Obvious stuff.
Patient: doctor, my finger hurts.
Doctor: let’s amputate.
The spat-upon (for truth telling) Dr. Scott Atlas warned about it around June of 2020, if not earlier. No one wanted to hear it, and it all became a political battle. And still no one wants to hear or talk about it honestly (meaning politicians and the press). Ironically is is the corrupt WHO (on the payroll of the CCP) that is most willing to sound the alarm, a year too late.
by Dr Hans Henri P. Kluge, WHO Regional Director for Europe
....Early on in the pandemic, WHO found that globally, in 122 out of 163 countries, noncommunicable disease services had been disrupted, and that 1 in 3 countries in the European Region had partially or completely disrupted cancer services.
At the Kyrgyzstan National Center of Oncology, the number of cancers diagnosed in April last year dropped by 90%, while in the Netherlands and Belgium in the first lockdown of 2020, it dropped by 30–40%. Delayed diagnosis and treatment in the United Kingdom are expected to result in an increase in the number of deaths from colorectal cancer by 15%, and 9% for breast cancer over the next 5 years.
A crisis of noncommunicable diseases, including cancer, is brewing, brought on by the pandemic.
The impact of COVID-19 on cancer in Europe is complex, and has been referred to by some as a “deadly interplay”. Due to travel restrictions and the enormous strain on health systems of fighting COVID-19, cancer services have been disrupted across the entire WHO European Region, significantly delaying diagnosis and treatment, directly impacting the chances of a cure or survival for hundreds of thousands of cancer patients.
The impact of the pandemic on cancer in the Region is nothing short of catastrophic. It has made us realize the actual human cost of neglecting a noncommunicable disease such as cancer.
WIND: the statement is blatantly false in one respect: the crisis was not brought on by the pandemic, but by the response to it—the policies of politicians egged on by the irresponsible medical establishment, vilifying anyone aiming for debate. Policies based on bad science, bad data, bad thinking.
If 2020 accomplished anything, it was to show just how dangerous it is for a thinking person to “trust the data” or “trust the science” and the worse than having your fingernails pulled out: “trust the experts”. Because it’s total bullshit in the short and medium term.
The deadly fallout from the 'radioactive' COVID hysteria by government COVID policies will play out in the years to come.
The death toll will not be known for years, and will likely be suppressed, at least at first. Or just not accounted for. It surely will be at least 10X higher than the death toll from COVID itself. And since COVID policies damaged younger generations the most, the life years lost will be far greater.