May 19, 2024
Ferguson’s Dodgy Model Has Engendered a World-Historical Blunder
What matters much, much more now is for governments to fess up to the terrible mistakes they’ve made based on the dodgy ‘science’ of serial losers like Neil Ferguson and to start treating us like grown ups who can be trusted with the truth.
What matters much, much more now is for governments to fess up to the terrible mistakes they’ve made based on the dodgy ‘science’ of serial losers like Neil Ferguson and to start treating us like grown ups who can be trusted with the truth.

‘History will be kind to Prof Ferguson, his ‘suppression’ strategy came too late for the UK economy but saved thousands of lives.’

Who wrote this bilge? His mother? His married, climate change activist lover in the boudoir of a £1.9 million South London residence?

Why no, astonishingly these are the words of Paul Nuki, Global Health Security Editor, writing in the former conservative newspaper the Telegraph.

Now, my purpose on this occasion isn’t to have a go at the Telegraph in particular: all the other Fleet Street newspapers are just as bad.

Rather it’s to ask a question about a more generalised problem: how is the disastrous policymaking being pursued by the Boris Johnson administration (and many other governments beside) ever going to be averted or held to account by a mainstream media which continues to ask all the wrong questions and which operates according to the falsest of assumptions?

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See Also:

(1) The unscientific method that caused worldwide panics and lockdowns

(2) A Pause for Skepticism

(3) PlanDemic, a film about the global plan to take control of our lives, liberty, health & freedom.

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