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HMMM …

By Pete Moore On July 1st, 2020

A PHE regional map for testing across England shows the towns and cities suffering high numbers of cases […]

The map shows that the worst affected regions (with at least 45 cases per 100,000 people in the week to June 21) are Leicester – which went into further lockdown on Tuesday – Barnsley, Bradford and Rochdale.

There are six areas in the next worst affected category (30-44.9 cases per 100,000), which are Bedford, Blackburn with Darwen, Tameside, Oldham, Kirklees and Rotherham.

7 Responses to “HMMM …”

  1. If effects BAME people more than whitey?

  2. No, identity politics mean nothing to Pete……

  3. Petr –

    Are you saying that racial differences are not limited to melanin? How frightfully shocking. I would suggest that behaviour in the face of the virus might account for its toll.

  4. https://ca.news.yahoo.com/covid-outbreaks-being-traced-back-063004115.html?soc_src=community&soc_trk=fb&guccounter=1&guce_referrer=aHR0cHM6Ly9sLmZhY2Vib29rLmNvbS8&guce_referrer_sig=AQAAANkIJTX6iNfkVCzByTdO_yQ5U3dIKVAW8BUoxwyykaQRQehVdZDYceO4lTGowVP7dXBAwkJ4oy539ua6zxLzLgpUEdCZqaDH3cLgpXWRxjhwekMaLj-pwq9rVr05_zeBQjysxkABUZBkUf-5ifbNYzxy_TACOCv0-dEBt1qMSKNg

    Hmmm…

  5. Half of the UK’s imported infections came from Pakistan.

    https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2020/06/26/exclusive-half-uks-imported-june-covid-19-infections-pakistan/

  6. There are six areas in the next worst affected category (30-44.9 cases per 100,000), which are Bedford, Blackburn with Darwen, Tameside, Oldham, Kirklees and Rotherham.

    I’m astonished that Winchester is not on that list. And Salisbury. And Tunbridge Wells. And Cambridge.

    Surely it cannot be that poverty and low wages have anything to do with it? I thought that Covid was supposed to be “the great leveller”? I’m sure that “Boris” has said so, many times.

  7. Why talk about ‘cases’ when headlines were screaming about ‘deaths’?

    http://www.ronpaulinstitute.org/archives/featured-articles/2020/june/29/the-media-is-lying-about-the-second-wave/

    For months, the Washington Post and the rest of the mainstream media kept a morbid Covid-19 “death count” on their front pages and at the top of their news broadcasts. The coronavirus outbreak was all about the number of dead. The narrative was intended to boost governors like Cuomo in New York and Whitmer in Michigan, who turned their states authoritarian under the false notion that destroying people’s jobs, freedom, and lives would somehow keep a virus from doing what viruses always do: spread through a population until eventually losing strength and dying out.

    The “death count” was always the headline.

    But then all of a sudden early in June the mainstream media did a George Orwell and lectured us that it is all about “cases” and has always been all about “cases.” Death, and especially infection fatality rate, were irrelevant. Why? Because from the peak in April, deaths had decreased by 90 percent and were continuing to crash. That was not terrifying enough so the media pretended this good news did not exist.

    With massive increases in testing, the “case” numbers climbed. This is not rocket science: the more people you test the more “cases” you discover.

    Unfortunately our mainstream media is only interested in pushing the “party line.” So the good news that millions more have been exposed while the fatality rate continues to decline – meaning the virus is getting weaker – is buried under hysterical false reporting of “new cases.”

    and the Big Lie continues. Watch out for The Second Wave 🙂