Australian news commentator Alan Jones questions COVID-19 narrative
People are entitled to think there is an ‘agenda to destroy western society’: Alan Jones July 23, 2020 | Sky News Australia
NOTES & MY COMENTS
*But I don’t see how Trump has done anything to stop these policies.
*Alan presents global death statistics to put things in perspective (3:58)
625,000+ COVID-19 deaths
7.2 Million+ Communicable Disease Deaths
4.5 Million+ Cancer Deaths
Australia: 172 people in hospital in Australia, 165 in Victoria! 42 Australians in intensive care, 40 of those in Victoria!
*Alan mentions how destructive the lockdown policies have been to Australian industries. It’s just incredible.
*He quotes statements made by Dr John Ioannidis, Professor of Medicine, of Health Research and Policy and of Biomedical Data Science, at Stanford University School of Medicine and a Professor of Statistics at Stanford University School of Humanities and Sciences.
1. Summary of his March statements
March article by Dr. Ioannidis.
2. June British Medical Journal statements by Dr. Ioannidis about the harms of the lockdown measures (PDF)
3. June article by FEE (https://fee.org/articles/world-leading-infectious-disease-expert-government-lockdowns-must-end/) about his statements on the lockdowns. It refers to others who have criticized this policy also.
4. His August 5 statements (https://www.thenationalherald.com/community_usa_nextgen/arthro/dr_john_ioannidis_now_we_know-434735/). He refers to the initial, absurd “predictions” of overflowing hospitals and 50 million dead as “unrealistic” and “pessimistic” but I would use much stronger language than that. I’m including Dr. Ioannidis statements to show you that experts disagree with the policies, not because I agree with all of their points of view. No official, expert, academic or politician has the right to do what has been done to us.
Here is an August 3, 2020 presentation by Australian Sky News reporter Alan Jones:
Australians have been filled ‘with fear and alarmism’: Alan Jones
Alan discusses the views of Canadian Professor James Allan. You can find a list of his academic writings here and his articles for the Australian Spectator here, including the one from July.
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