Posted by Gareth Icke Posted on 26 July 2020

‘Masks made mandatory when fewer people are dying from all causes than in other years’

Hi Gareth, I just wanted to point this out as this highlights the issue very clearly and quickly and is a fact even the most asleep would struggle to find an argument for. 
From the ‘Office for national statistics’ government website: 

“The number of deaths registered in England and Wales in the week ending 10 July 2020 (Week 28) was 8,690, this was 450 deaths fewer than Week 27. In Week 28, the number of deaths registered was 6.1% below the five-year average (560 deaths fewer), this is the fourth consecutive week that deaths have been below the five-year average; the number of deaths in care homes, hospitals and other communal establishments were also fewer than the five-year average.”

Masks are being enforced when even their own statistics show a massive contradiction to this measure being imposed. In the midst of a ‘Pandemic’ less people are dying than usual, and this has been the case for many weeks consecutively now. In an attempt to cover this up now as they obviously realise leaving such a contradiction in clear public view is going to undermine their justification for the masks, they then wrote:

“From next week (Week 29, ending 17 July 2020), the weekly bulletin content will be shortened. The comparison of weekly death occurrences article that gets published alongside the weekly bulletin will also no longer be produced.”
I feel it is important to get this information out there to people while we have the chance to because it’s just going to get more and more difficult as this plays out into the next lockdown to do so, plus people will be back in a state of fear and anxiety where they cannot use their rational minds of thought. Thanks for reading, I hope this helps.

Link to this provided below:

https://www.ons.gov.uk/peoplepopulationandcommunity/birthsdeathsandmarriages/deaths/bulletins/deathsregisteredweeklyinenglandandwalesprovisional/weekending10july2020

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