Randall Burns

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Lies, Damned Lies, and Health Statistics

Lies, Damned Lies, and Health Statistics

   This is the title, (Picture from same article), of an article that I read and used as a source for my last article. it has resurfaced a couple of times and I believe that it warrants more in depth reading, and exposure. It is a very informative read for anyone who has doubts, questions or concerns about the present state of affairs, (i would think that is most of us).

   I want to reiterate here, (as I stated in my previous article),

   "  I'm not going to go on a rant, no soapbox speeches with political overtones, no hidden agendas, no apocalyptic warnings. I'm not going to make any allegations or accusations, nor am I going to lay blame anywhere"

   I'm not a conspiracy theorist looking for bad guys; I have questions, many of them and I want facts and answers.

   I'm simply researching all of the science so that I can draw some intelligent, (well relatively intelligent), conclusions.

   As I said previously the science, facts and answers are out there


   https://www.globalresearch.ca/lies-damned-lies-health-statistics-deadly-danger-false-positives/5724417


   Here is a related article by several authors including  Dr Mike Yeadon, former CSO and VP, Allergy and Respiratory Research Head with Pfizer Global R&D and co-Founder of Ziarco Pharma Ltd, who wrote this article


   https://lockdownsceptics.org/addressing-the-cv19-second-wave/


   Something of interest in that my previous article which I refer to was removed by LinkedIn, they stated that "It is contrary to our policies" and deemed it as "misinformation", also the original video by Dr. Reiner Fuellmich, which inspired the original article has been removed from YouTube, for the same reasons. I have edited my article to include a new link although it is still on YouTube so who knows how long it will last; here's the link to my previous article;


  https://www.bebee.com/producer/@randall-burns/the-coronavirus-scam-scientific-method-and-the-age-of-misinformation


   There is some weird "stuff" going on....


   Happy Cooking Everyone!

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Fay Vietmeier

1 year ago #22

Harvey Lloyd Well said Harvey" "Covid and its science is one issue. But clearly we can see that it has become the button that everyone is pushing for their own wishes to come true. If we remove the covid narrative from the lefts campaign, what's left? " My first response is nothing right ;~) But then that's the real problem. What's left? A Swamp with a virus-void

#18
2/2 Since there is no test for this mysterious virus, how can we determine which end is up? It's obvious efforts are being made by nefarious folks to scare us into more shots by exploding numbers with fairy-dust science. It is completely possible that these dastardly RNA particles they say are deadly are simply part of us—they are there—they always will be—and they will be used as a weapon against humanity. Let's make sure that doesn't happen.

#18
1/2 The immune system is a very interesting creature. I've been thinking about it in the past year or so. 'How dare I,' you say? Where are the gazillion titles after my name? I am of high intellect, have a nonlinear thought process, and am an abstract/visual thinker. I don't just think outside the box, I live there. Now that we have my non-credential credentials out of the way, let's talk about the immune system. I studied the immune system hard as a child, but I kept away from viruses. They were considered dead things, and I was into life. But in these troubled times, I've gone back to what I remember and am reconsidering a few things. What we dichotomously rule as viruses, perhaps, should not be. I'm nearing my 70th year and have had all those childhood illnesses. They were not scary, horrible things and were, for all intents and purposes, considered a rite of passage. Parents knew to expose us as children because of the dangers adults faced. I still remember being told to stay away from pregnant women when it came to Rubella [what we called German Measles]. We stayed home in quarentine because of the dangers to adults. I now believe these childhood illnesses are nothing more than training wheels for the immune system. They are our true vaccines. And they bestow benefits beyond the pale that manufactured shots cannot. Just because someone with a big bank account tells you you must buy shots does not mean you should.

#18
No--it can be traced--that's the lie they are putting out. Here is my intro to an article: The immune system is a very interesting creature. I’ve been thinking about it in the past year or so. ‘How dare I,’ you say? Where are the gazillion titles after my name? I am of high intellect, have a nonlinear thought process, and am an abstract/visual thinker. I don’t just think outside the box, I live there. Now that we have my non-credential credentials out of the way, let’s talk about the immune system. I studied the immune system hard as a child, but I kept away from viruses. They were considered dead things, and I was into life. But in these troubled times, I’ve gone back to what I remember and am reconsidering a few things. What we dichotomously rule as viruses, perhaps, should not be. I’m nearing my 70th year and have had all those childhood illnesses. They were not scary, horrible things, and were, for all intents and purposes, considered a rite of passage. Parents knew to expose us as children because of the dangers adults faced. I still remember being told to stay away from pregnant women when it came to Rubella [what we called German Measles]. We stayed home in quarantine because of the dangers to adults. I now believe these childhood illnesses are nothing more than ‘training wheels’ for the immune system. They are our true vaccines. And they bestow benefits beyond the pale that manufactured shots cannot. Just because someone with a big bank account tells you you must buy shots does not mean you should. [Since I have had personal experience with the devastation the shots and pharmaceutical products can wreak, I decline to allow myself to be experimented on to death.] Since there is no test for this mysterious virus, how can we determine which end is up? It’s obvious efforts are being made by nefarious folks to scare us into more shots by exploding numbers with fairy-dust science.

Zacharias 🐝 Voulgaris

1 year ago #18

For me, the aforementioned viccines are just one of the many cases of misuse of science and technology. I find the issue with electromagnetic poisoning (particularly nowadays) much worse since it's subtle and cannot be traced to the root cause. Perhaps it's time to consciously acknoledge as a whole that all these companies that experiment on people (without any consent usually) don't have our best interests in mind. Cheers

#13
1/3 Not quite that, Zach... There is a minority within the minority that is never acknowledged by anyone--I mean anyone. I knew the answer to my question before I even asked it, but I asked the question anyway. It went as follows.

#13
3/3 I was met by awful silence. One of these days, I'd just like to find someone who will stick up for me--my children--and the rest of 70/80s. It's never going to happen. We are a dirty little secret of the past.

#13
2/3 "I have a question. It’s not an easy one. First a bit of background for the question. I have videos of children damaged by shots on TV programs from the 80s. I know there were quite a few before that because of my children and many others. My oldest spent 6 months in a hospital at the age of 6 [1981] and is bonkers to this day. [I really wanted to believe it was my fault and me] There were psychiatric units set up for these kids. I watched children pass through that revolving door for months. They were diagnosed as abused—not autistic. My oldest learned to read there. I was alarmed he could not yet read in 2nd grade and found he loved Shel Silverstein poetry. We lay in his hospital bed every night [me in the middle and a boy on each side] reading and laughing at Shel’s poems. He became enthralled with one in particular and it pushed him to read. Shel Silverstein: Warning (Sharp-Toothed Snail) Inside everybody's nose There lives a sharp-toothed snail. So if you stick your finger in, He may bite off your nail. Stick it farther up inside, And he may bite your ring off. Stick it all the way, and he Might bite the whole darn thing off. I will never forget the thrill of watching him reading those poems himself. So this damage has been occurring since 1971 [to the best of my knowledge]—the beginning of the vaccine program. That’s 49 years. You and one other have seen the evolution of my understanding and acceptance. It was difficult to have to acknowledge my actual role in what happened to my children. But it is a lesser guilt—still—it is guilt. Why aren’t the sweet, damaged children from the 70s and 80s acknowledged? Where is their place in all this—our place? Even the organization, ****, says this started 30 years ago. No—it started 49 years ago. Why aren’t our children acknowledged?"

#13
Not quite that, Zach... 1/3 Not quite that, Zach... There is a minority within the minority that is never acknowledged by anyone--I mean anyone. I knew the answer to my question before I even asked it, but I asked it anyway. But I asked the question anyway. It went as follows.

Zacharias 🐝 Voulgaris

1 year ago #13

#12
It is a messy situation indeed and I feel you. It often seems like a lost cause to stand for what's true in a system that's corrupt and rotten to the core. Yet, it's better to stand for what's right even if you are in a minority, than to play it safe by agreeing with the majority, when it's wrong. Cheers

#4
Zach--unbeknownst to many of us, 'Science' has been 'Science Fiction' for years upon years. Much is ghostwritten with a Ph.D. approached after it's written and s/he is paid to mark his/her signature to it. The nuts and bolts and bricks and mortar of real science are being quietly disappeared. Whenever I run across a piece of worthy science, I pdf it and save it. Next time I look it could well be gone. It's happened more than a few times to me. And as far as top people being silenced? It happens so often even the most powerful are afraid to speak out. For the most part, scientists rely on connections to educational institutions and industry simply has them fired. Careers are destroyed overnight. With funding, labs, publishing, and equipment inaccessible, dreams of research die, too. I converse with people here and there and know where the line is. I know good people who have been soft shoulders for my frustration, and that is all that they can be. But every once in a while I have a bit of a tantrum and pull my hair out and wonder out loud why he or she doesn't do more. I know the answer, though. The way things are and with little support from the general populace it's 'here today, gone tomorrow' for some of these folks, and they'd rather stay in the here and now and continue their work. It's a very messy situation.

Randall Burns

1 year ago #11

#3
Interesting and thought provoking response, as usual Harvey Lloyd and maybe that's the whole point; is to identify and recognize the "button" for what it really is, eliminate it and as you say, " If we remove the covid narrative...", "What's left?" As I said in my original article, it's all just a smoke screen, we need to clear out the B.S. and look at the facts.

Greg Rolfe

1 year ago #10

#8
@Randall Burns It appears that science or "scientific method" has been placed on the side burner for the moment. Yes, I believe that there are honest people working on the problem but they are not being reported on or perhaps agreed with so that a consensus is offered. So as you mentioned we have conflicting statements by the "experts". Each declaring my opinion is the only true opinion. Street-level is a difficult place to gather accurate information but it is a great place to see the results on the people from the battle.

Randall Burns

1 year ago #9

#2
Great video Joyce \ud83d\udc1d Bowen Brand Ambassador @ beBee

Randall Burns

1 year ago #8

#1
That's exactly my point Ken Boddie, and as I state in my original article, there are far too many conflicts and differences of opinions from the "experts". If the "scientific method" is followed there is either a bonafide result, which everyone agrees on, or there isn't in which case no one will state any conclusions until further experimentation is done to arrive at a bonafide result. This is all I'm asking; "Where's the science"/

John Rylance

1 year ago #7

#6
I think you mean Chicken Licken, who thought the sky was falling in. While accepting the seriousness of this post. The overall scenario puts me in mind of a sketch on the Peter Sellers L P Songs for Singing Sellers, lampooning Politicans politicalspeeches, which includes this statement "I do not consider existing conditions likely" Is it me or do others feel this reflects what we hear from some experts in some form or other? It is often that feeling which makes it difficult to take what is said seriously.

Harvey Lloyd

1 year ago #6

#4
..."even if they carry no real signal in them." Brilliantly put. Chicken Little????

Harvey Lloyd

1 year ago #5

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Zacharias 🐝 Voulgaris

1 year ago #4

Soon it will come to pass that if an article is removed from LinkedIn or a video from YouTube, that's a strong enough credential for the article's or video's veracity! I'm carrying out similar research of my own and it's becoming increasingly clear (at least to me) that health statistics and the way they are used are an embarrassment to the field of data analytics. However, for someone who doesn't delve deeper into them, they can be convincing enough, even if they carry no real signal in them. Cheers!

Harvey Lloyd

1 year ago #3

Randall Burns When observe things from the street level it becomes a discourse on cause and effect to us. It is difficult to get any closer than street level in actual review of cause. But what we do know is human nature. Each of us has crossed a bridge where we could take advantage of a situation for our own personal gain. Realizing that the advantage would hurt others. This plays to the thought experiment of would you press the button that gave you everything you wanted with the caves of that some poor peasant dies? On the surface the question appears to be about you and your ethics/morals. But in reality once the button is a available and everyone starts pushing, it has a cascading effect. Covid and its science is one issue. But clearly we can see that it has become the button that everyone is pushing for their own wishes to come true. If we remove the covid narrative from the lefts campaign, whats left? The cascade effect of crisis leveraging is upon us, it is psychological warfare.

Ken Boddie here is the inventor of that test. It was created somewhere around 1993. I don't recall the date. So how can a test test for a novel virus that came to be in 2019? He can shed some light on the shenanigans surrounding this test. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v_V0DqL0zaU

Ken Boddie

1 year ago #1

The most interesting point raised in these links for me, Randy, particularly the 45 min exposé from the German fraud lawyer, Fuellmich, is the reported inaccuracy of the PCR tests. These are currently held as "the gold standard for diagnosis of COVID-19" by the Department of Health here in Oz, according to the department's website news post, on this subject, dated 1 Oct 2020. I must admit to sitting on the fence on this one, being somewhat agog at the apparent differences in opinion between 'experts'. I hope that the 'truth' may eventually "come out in the wash", although I suspect that this particular load of laundry contains so much BS that the end result may not be totally clean when the wash cycle is over.

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