Measuring the Mandates: Questioning the State’s Response to COVID-19
I live on the Isle of Man, where an independent inquiry is currently taking place into the government’s handling of COVID-19. I’m part of a group that was set up in opposition to mandates, and we decided we should submit a report critiquing their use.
The report became a small book, examining the basis for masking, lockdowns, and vaccines, and asserting that a lot of the deaths we saw were iatrogenic. Consistent with the rest of Britain, the spike in deaths here seems to have been the result of ‘end-of-life care’: the denial of food and water to elderly people, whilst at the same time dosing them up on morphine and midazolam.
We’ve submitted the report now, and I’ve created an international version of it, accessible everywhere. I’ve made it freely available on my website and also on Amazon. We’ve received some good reviews, and I’ve just given an interview about it.
With best regards,
Measuring the Mandates
Questioning the State’s Response to COVID-19
During the COVID-19 era, we heard many claims for the necessity of state action, often with criticism levied at governments who failed to take bold steps to get the virus under control and save lives. This essay makes the case that this is not true, that the actions of states around the world were counterproductive, costing many lives whilst not demonstrably saving any.
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