Posted by Sam Fenny - Memes and headline comments by David Icke Posted on 2 December 2022

This man MUST go to jail for life – Chris Whitty warns Britain faces ‘prolonged period’ of excess deaths NOT caused by ‘Covid’ due to collateral effects (which his ‘advice’ imposed) of lockdown. But the truth is that the vast majority of excess deaths are caused by the fake vaccine that he said was ‘safe and effective’

Britain will face a ‘prolonged period’ of deaths due to the pandemic — but not from the Covid virus itself, Sir Chris Whitty and the Government’s top virus advisers said today.

England’s chief medial officer claimed the nation faces a rising death toll from heart disease and cancer cases due to pleas to protect the NHS.

Knock-on effects of dealing with Covid, which saw thousands of routine treatments and appointments delayed, will also fuel a surge in excess deaths.

The comments came from a ‘technical report’ published on the pandemic, advising health chiefs in the future on how to deal with similarly disruptive viral threats.

Latest¿s OHID data shows there were 64 excess cancer deaths in the week ending October 21 ¿ the latest date statistics are available for. Around 3,000 deaths are expected per week at this time of year. But the figure has been above the five-year average almost every week since mid-June. This includes highs of 510 extra cancer fatalities on the week ending June 10 and an additional 229 on the week ending September 9

The report was also authored by Sir Patrick Vallance who, with Sir Chris, became a household name during the pandemic, appearing next to then-Prime Minister Boris Johnson during tense Downing St briefings to talk the nation through the crisis.

In one section, the team warned their successors that the ‘extraordinary’ speed at which vaccines were developed could lull politicians in the future into a false sense security.

Britain had to rely on lockdowns, face masks, ventilation and hand washing before drugs were available and immunity levels rose.

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