Stanford Physician Writing for The Hill Estimates Shutdown Causes Twice as Many Deaths Than Those Blamed on Corona

We have recently seen more and more mainstream figures and organizations coming out against this brutal lockdown hoax dictatorship.

Keep in mind that, in the early days of “flatten the curve,” the Daily Stormer was the first outlet to tell you that this was, in fact, just the flu – at a time when even Alex Jones, who has never met a conspiracy he did not like, was still not sure whether or not this was a dangerous Chinese bio-weapon.

Since then, the New York Post has come out against this post-Orwellian regime, along with Tucker Carlson. J.P. Morgan-Chase also released a study saying what we already know, that this lockdown is hugely damaging to people’s health.

By choosing to publish this, the bank also sort of implies that they think that, unlike in 2008 when people trampled each other to run out of the burning theater of the market bubble, investors are now high on unsustainably inflationary liquidity, and happily burning to death in their seats.

Scott W. Atlas, a physician and senior fellow at Stanford University’s Hoover Institution, writes for The Hill:

Our governmental COVID-19 mitigation policy of broad societal lockdown focuses on containing the spread of the disease at all costs, instead of “flattening the curve” and preventing hospital overcrowding. Although well-intentioned, the lockdown was imposed without consideration of its consequences beyond those directly from the pandemic.

The policies have created the greatest global economic disruption in history, with trillions of dollars of lost economic output. These financial losses have been falsely portrayed as purely economic. To the contrary, using numerous National Institutes of Health Public Access publications, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Bureau of Labor Statistics data, and various actuarial tables, we calculate that these policies will cause devastating non-economic consequences that will total millions of accumulated years of life lost in the United States, far beyond what the virus itself has caused.

Pandemics have afflicted humankind throughout history. They devastated the Roman and Byzantine empires, Medieval Europe, China and India, and they continue to the present day despite medical progress.

The past century has witnessed three pandemics with at least 100,000 U.S. fatalities: The “Spanish Flu,” 1918-1919, with between 20 million and 50 million fatalities worldwide, including 675,000 in the U.S.; the “Asian Flu,” 1957-1958, with about 1.1 million deaths worldwide, 116,000 of those in the U.S.; and the “Hong Kong Flu,” 1968-1972,  with about 1 million people worldwide, including 100,000 in the U.S. So far, the current pandemic has produced almost 100,000 U.S. deaths, but the reaction of a near-complete economic shutdown is unprecedented.

The lost economic output in the U.S. alone is estimated to be 5 percent of GDP, or $1.1 trillion for every month of the economic shutdown. This lost income results in lost lives as the stresses of unemployment and providing basic needs increase the incidence of suicide, alcohol or drug abuse, and stress-induced illnesses. These effects are particularly severe on the lower-income populace, as they are more likely to lose their jobs, and mortality rates are much higher for lower-income individuals.

Statistically, every $10 million to $24 million lost in U.S. incomes results in one additional death.One portion of this effect is through unemployment, which leads to an average increase in mortality of at least 60 percent. That translates into 7,200 lives lost per month among the 36 million newly unemployed Americans, over 40 percent of whom are not expected to regain their jobs. In addition, many small business owners are near financial collapse, creating lost wealth that results in mortality increases of 50 percent. With an average estimate of one additional lost life per $17 million income loss, that would translate to 65,000 lives lost in the U.S. for each month because of the economic shutdown.

In addition to lives lost because of lost income, lives also are lost due to delayed or foregone health care imposed by the shutdown and the fear it creates among patients. From personal communications with neurosurgery colleagues, about half of their patients have not appeared for treatment of disease which, left untreated, risks brain hemorrhage, paralysis or death.

Here are the examples of missed health care on which we base our calculations: Emergency stroke evaluations are down 40 percent. Of the 650,000 cancer patients receiving chemotherapy in the United States, an estimated half are missing their treatments. Of the 150,000 new cancer cases typically discovered each month in the U.S., most – as elsewhere in the world – are not being diagnosed, and two-thirds to three-fourths of routine cancer screenings are not happening because of shutdown policies and fear among the population. Nearly 85 percent fewer living-donor transplants are occurring now, compared to the same period last year. In addition, more than half of childhood vaccinations are not being performed, setting up the potential of a massive future health disaster.

The implications of treatment delays for situations other than COVID-19 result in 8,000 U.S. deaths per month of the shutdown, or about 120,000 years of remaining life.

These unintended consequences of missed health care amount to more than 500,000 lost years of life per month, not including all the other known skipped care.

If we only consider unemployment-related fatalities from the economic shutdown, that would total at least an additional 7,200 lives per month. Assuming these deaths occur proportionally across the ages of current U.S. mortality data, and equally among men and women, this amounts to more than 200,000 lost years of life for each month of the economic shutdown. 

In comparison, COVID-19 fatalities have fallen disproportionately on the elderly, particularly in nursing homes, and those with co-morbidities. Based on the expected remaining lifetimes of these COVID-19 patients, and given that 40 percent of deaths are in nursing homes, the disease has been responsible for 800,000 lost years of life so far. Considering only the losses of life from missed health care and unemployment due solely to the lockdown policy, we conservatively estimate that the national lockdown is responsible for at least 700,000 lost years of life every month, or about 1.5 million so far — already far surpassing the COVID-19 total.

This story does not even paint a complete picture of the situation we are in.

We now know that the deaths attributed to coronavirus are massively overcounted. The CDC has told doctors to overcount them and there have been numerous examples of this, and this is not, as Scott Atlas so innocently writes, a well-intentioned mistake, but part of an evil agenda which they are more or less openly waving in front of our eyes – with Bill Gates’ multiple displays of satanic imagery, and the UN’s open declaration of the occult Masonic concept of a New World Order.

But this article is great, it is introductory and normie-friendly and stays in its line. Doctor Scott Atlas demonstrates here that you do not even need to know about the hoax agenda to understand that this lockdown is quite literally killing us.

Even if you make the assumptions that he makes – that the hoaxed flu deaths are real, and that this is all just a well-meaning policy error – you still come to the conclusion, as he does, that this human sacrifice regime is worse than even what they are saying about the flu.

Of course, if you take the degree of hoaxing into account, the damage is more than twice as disproportional to the flu as he says it is.

I strongly encourage you to share this article from The Hill (link, same as above) with people you know and on social media. The important thing is that people organize against lockdown, no matter how much of this bizarre nightmare world they are capable of processing at this stage of its manifestation.