Whoops! Never Mind.

The European Union, through its disease control agency, has locked the barn door after the horse has been stolen. In fact, not only has the horse been stolen, it has been sent to the knackers’ and rendered down into stew meat and gelatin.

It seems that the European Center for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) has determined that all the COVID-19 measures it enforced against the population were stupid and counter-productive. We “Corona-deniers” were saying exactly the same thing more than three years ago, and for our efforts we were vilified, stigmatized, cancelled, censored, and occasionally prosecuted.

It’s cold comfort to say “I told you so”, especially now that almost everyone has been jabbed with the Myocarditis Turbo-Cancer Special.

Many thanks to Hellequin GB for translating this article from Uncut News. The translator’s comments are in square brackets:

The conclusion of the European authorities: Pandemic restrictions should not have been imposed by law

According to a study by the European Center for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC), measures such as house arrest and contact bans should not have been imposed during the pandemic, but only issued as a recommendation. The European authority reveals that the 2020-2022 restrictions had a catastrophic impact on all EU citizens.

ECDC research into the impact of non-pharmaceutical interventions on the lives of adults in the EU during the Covid-19 pandemic (2020-2022) seems preposterous without knowing how disastrous the impact of the restrictions and bans have been. However, the action taken by the European authorities is not accidental, but is preparing a different approach to a future pandemic, which is being talked about more and more on all channels. In summary, the investigation concluded that the measures, which severely restricted and impaired citizens’ freedoms, should not have been enforced by force. The most correct approach would have been to leave these measures at a recommendation level, most likely referring to the case of Sweden.

Likewise, the ECDC concludes that while it would be better not to introduce such restrictions, when they are imposed they should not be generalized, and the impact they would have on both the different social categories and the economic sector should be analyzed carefully. Although it is not said directly, the ECDC acknowledges that the measures taken to combat the pandemic have been inadequate in every respect and have had dramatic consequences at all levels.

“When planning the implementation of NPIs (non-pharmaceutical measures) at the population level, the scientific community and policymakers should consider not only their effectiveness in controlling disease and improving population compliance with NPIs, but also other aspects in the context of their impact on the community in general and on groups that have been shown to be more vulnerable to adverse impacts. An example could be public health, including health indicators not directly related to infectious diseases,” the ECDC document said.

Serious consequences

Between 2020 and 2022, the response to the pandemic led to an expansion of non-pharmaceutical measures (NPI) in most EU member states, leading to an almost complete standstill of work processes and social behavior, according to ECDC. “Several NPIs have focused on reducing population mobility and limiting contact between infected and vulnerable people. Multiple NPIs were regularly performed simultaneously to maximize their effectiveness. Although NPIs such as school and business closures and travel restrictions were put in place to curb the transmission and spread of the virus, they also had serious personal, social and economic consequences,” ECDC acknowledges. [Wasn’t that the whole point of these measures? The destruction of the fabric of society and family.]

Studies on compliance with the restrictions imposed during the Covid-19 pandemic have shown that official recommendations show a similar degree of compliance and therefore effectiveness as binding measures, at least in some areas. ECDC research has shown that legally mandated measures have wider negative impacts than recommended measures. “The implementation of an NPI should be accompanied by monitoring of its effectiveness, compliance and impact on the population. Recommendations are preferable to statutory regulations when the effectiveness and compliance of both approaches are similar. Transparency in decision-making and the adjustment of measures according to the monitoring of results are important ways to build trust among the population,” says the ECDC. ECDC research has shown that orders imposed by law have greater negative impacts than recommended measures. “The implementation of an NPI should be accompanied by monitoring its effectiveness, compliance and impact on the population. Recommendations are preferable to statutory regulations when the effectiveness and compliance of both approaches are similar.” [That means in layman’s terms: THEY WILL DO IT ALL OVER AGAIN]

Parents most affected

The European authority found that people with young children appear to suffer more from stay-at-home pressure and school closures, while benefiting less from telecommuting. At the same time, the Covid-19 pandemic has exacerbated existing social inequalities and made some already disadvantaged groups even more vulnerable. “In order to mitigate the negative impact, the implementation of these measures should be accompanied by increased support after an assessment of the possible negative impact. If, among other things, the closure of educational institutions is deemed necessary to prevent illness, students should be allowed to continue their education. Furthermore, parents who cannot look after their children during working hours should be offered solutions.”

Romanian link

Afterword from the translator:

I guess this is another one of these — most likely expensive — “studies” that were obvious to anyone with a shred of common sense. Not that this will make any difference in the future for the sheeple, since they know now that the vast majority will fall for any crap that comes out of the Fear Propaganda Machine.

Frankly, I cannot see any change or difference from our medieval ancestors, who were mostly totally uneducated and “ruled” over by priests that told them the “truth”. What good is modern education if it’s nothing more than indoctrination? These people have no right to look down their noses at medieval people since they haven’t learned to think for themselves. They follow all over again blindly a new religion. What a bunch of nincompoops.

4 thoughts on “Whoops! Never Mind.

  1. These dumb(wild donkeys) needed a study to tell them what was glaringly obvious to anyone with more brain cells than Kamala Harris?

    The only comfort from all of this is that the dumbest, most gullible, and most enamored of the Nanny State were poison-vaxxed at a far higher/nigh almost universal rate than those likely to fight back if it comes to violence.

    I don’t see any pureblood complaining or regretting that they didn’t follow the herd to the slaughterhouse.

  2. If you wore a mask, you can no longer laugh at tinfoil hats, they actually do block radio waves, whether that is necessary is another issue. Masks induce panic and make you appear compliant, nothing else. They are muzzles made of diapers for the faces of sheep.

  3. How do you merely make the suggestions of house arrest and contact bans and come back and say you shouldn’t have actually done it.

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