While you “Stayed at Home to Protect the NHS”, your Government killed the Elderly & Vulnerable, then lied by telling you they were COVID Deaths; & Documents prove it was years in the planning

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by Rhoda Wilson, Expose News:

Whilst you stayed at home and believed you were protecting the NHS, your Government was deliberately making decisions that would ensure thousands of the elderly and vulnerable would suffer premature deaths in care homes.

Without those deaths, you would have questioned the logic of ever staying at home to decimate the economy and destroy lives. What your Government did amounts to murder. But they covered it up with lies that they had all died of Covid-19.

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Now official documents that were meant to be kept secret have been released under the Freedom of Information Act, and they reveal that the forced euthanasia of the elderly and vulnerable in response to a pandemic had been years in the planning.

As soon as the lockdown was declared in the United Kingdom on March 23rd 2020 deaths occurring in care homes in the weeks that followed skyrocketed compared to what had occurred in the previous five years. You were led to believe this was because of Covid-19, but the evidence shows otherwise.

Official figures provided by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) show that care homes recorded a 21% rise in deaths from all causes in 2020, with nearly 25,000 more deaths than expected.

Nearly 19,000 of those deaths were labelled as being due to Covid-19. But excluding the alleged coronavirus, other care home deaths were 5% up on the five-year average.

ONS figures below show that in the week ending 17th April 2020 there were 7,028 deaths recorded in care homes, of which 2438 were due to Covid-19.

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But fast forward a year and as seen in the ONS figures below, the week ending 16th April 2021 saw 1,640 deaths recorded in care homes, of which 51 were allegedly due to Covid-19.

When we remove the alleged Covid-19 deaths from the figures for the week ending 17th April 2020 we can see that 4,590 deaths due to all other causes occurred in care homes.

This is an increase of 3,001 deaths on the number recorded in care homes due to all causes during the same week in the following year (week ending 16th April 2021). This pattern is consistent throughout the next 3 months of 2020 when compared to the same time frame in 2021.

But why were there so many deaths in care homes due to other causes at the height of the alleged first wave?

The answer is simple, the Government and its medical and scientific advisors, and NHS chiefs had a plan, and that plan was to withdraw care, refuse treatment, and put the elderly and vulnerable on the end-of-life pathway.

A pathway that involved the withdrawal of all medication, food and water, and the administration of a cocktail of midazolam and morphine. A pathway that saw them die due to an overdose of drugs alongside starvation, and dehydration.

Several things happened at the beginning of the alleged pandemic, and they were all planned years in advance.

Whilst all this was happening Matt Hancock (the Health Secretary at the time) and Chris Whitty (the Chief Medical Officer) instructed hospitals to discharge as many patients as possible into care homes, the very place the patients loved ones were now banned from visiting, the very place a doctor was not required to visit to certify a death, the very place carers could not be held liable for a death as long as it was just suspected to be Covid-19.

They also purchased a two-year supply of a drug called midazolam. A supply that was depleted by October 2020.

Midazolam is a drug that is questionably used in end-of-life care, and it was also used in end-of-life care for Covid-19, despite the fact it causes respiratory depression and respiratory arrest.

The above graph shows the total number of out-of-hospital prescriptions for midazolam and it also shows all-cause excess deaths in the UK from January 2020 through to March 2021.

We told you that whilst you stayed at home to protect the NHS, they were giving midazolam to the elderly and vulnerable, and telling you they were Covid-19 deaths, the above graph certainly shows a strong correlation, but now sensitive, confidential documents that the NHS did not want anybody to see prove the causation.

In 2016 the NHS drew up plans to withdraw hospital care for nursing home residents in the event of a pandemic.

The documents show that in the event of a pandemic care would be prioritised by the number of years of life lost. This meant that a teenager who suffered appendicitis would be offered a bed in the hospital and treated as required. However, the documents clearly state that the elderly would be denied treatment and put on the end-of-life pathway.

The documents also highlight that the NHS’s estimation of deaths in care homes due to their planned actions in response to a pandemic was a massive underestimation of what was seen once It was put into practice in response to the alleged Covid-19 pandemic.

Within a summary of the document the NHS state that over the duration of a wave they estimate 5,500 – 5,800 deaths would occur in care homes.

In reality, there were 2,000 more deaths recorded in just a single week during the first alleged wave of Covid-19, than what the NHS expected to occur during the entirety of a wave.

The confidential documents also show that the NHS planned to reduce services in response to a pandemic and only maintain life-critical services. This meant they would switch to palliation and end-of-life care. In 2017 the NHS recognised they did not have enough trained staff to deliver end-of-life care, so they developed training packages that could be rapidly rolled out during a pandemic, and trained staff who were “interested” in the meantime.

The confidential NHS documents clearly show that the elderly and vulnerable were to be denied treatment and put on the end-of-life pathway in response to a pandemic, and the evidence clearly shows this was put into practice.

In relation to deaths of people with learning difficulties the ONS said – ‘the largest effect was associated with living in a care home or other communal establishment.

Having a learning difficulty and being in care doesn’t mean you are more likely to die of Covid-19. What it means is that you are much more likely to have a DNR order placed on you without informing yourself or your family, which Carers / NHS staff then use as permission to put you on end-of-life care.

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