1/Why is the mainstream media not investigating the connection between McKinsey & Company and the jurisdictions with some of the highest C19 death tolls/100K in the world?
@JordanSchachtel @AlexBerenson @jeffreyatucker @stacey_rudin @MichaelPSenger @RFuellmich @RobertKennedyJr
2/What do NY, NJ, QC & ON have in common? All hired McKinsey to consult on their pandemic plans. NJ & NY, QC and ON each hold the # 1 & 2 spots in their respective countries for C19 deaths/100K. They also all elected to clear hospitals into LTC, causing massive death & suffering.
3/McKinsey has contracts with just about all of the most fervent US lockdown states and is raking in a fortune in fees (100 million by July 2020 alone).
- 268 deaths/100K (#1 in US)
- LTC makes up 37% of deaths despite only having 7% of total cases
5/ NY:
- 250 deaths/100K (#2 in US)
- LTC makes up 37% of deaths. Total LTC cases are not well reported, but suggest that the percentage of LTC cases to the total is similar to NJ (around 5% of total)
Investigations continue:
- 125 deaths/100K (#1 in CAN- by a lot)
- LTC makes up 72% of deaths (again, compelling evidence of undercounting). Horrific conditions. An inquiry is starting.
- 49 deaths/100K (#2 in CAN)
- LTC makes up 53% of deaths. Horrific conditions here too (the military had to be called in). Inquiry on-going
8/We already know McKinsey's shady history with the opioid crisis, past pandemics and involvement with the WHO at the behest of key funder Bill Gates.
9/Just about every high-profile lockdown politician, pandemic health scientist or media panic pornographer can be tied to B & M Gates, WHO, McKinsey, or WEF. McKinsey has a strong working relationship with all, as well as the CCP.
10/Priority 1 is defeating emerg. orders worldwide to protect safety and freedom. Once tribunals begin to hold those responsible for the C19 disaster accountable, McKinsey may be the key link to taking down the oligarchs, the web of bought politicians, scientists and officials.
11/McKinsey in Ontario (hired the science table)
12/McKinsey in Quebec (drafted "reopening" plan)
13/McKinsey in NY (see reference in tweet 3 article for confirmation of involvement in NJ)

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11 Mar
Nice self-love piece from everyone's favorite conflicted pharma/teachers union/Liberal swamp shill.

1. We didn't lose 22000 ppl to C-19. CAN had 13000 excess deaths in 2020. A significant number of those are in the low-risk C19 groups, meaning they are lockdown related deaths.
2. Total life years lost and economic damage from lockdowns were far more significant than if all efforts had been put into protecting the most vulnerable. A far less miserable, normal all-cause death year would have been achievable had pre-2020 strategies been used.
3. There is no correlation between Zero Covid & improved economic activity. FLA & SWE GDP and unemployment rates bounced back while NZ stagnates. The ship sailed on Covid Zero as soon as the virus became widespread on the NA continent. Continuing to discuss it is unproductive.
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8 Mar
2/That lockdown measures v. C19 were completely unnecessary:
3/That the PCR test as a metric/indicator of positive C19 infections is fraudulent:
Read 6 tweets
6 Mar
1/Just in case you aren't keeping score...
Ontario Science Table & Reopening/back to school framework: Supplied by McKinsey and Co
2/Ontario Science Table member double dips by supplying teachers unions with data to support keeping schools closed
3/McKinsey/WEF/Gates affiliated think tank supplies OST with Covid Zero policy paper to guide ON pandemic response:
Read 11 tweets
4 Mar
1/What is #CovidEquity? The U of T Institute for Pandemics (headed by @DFisman) offers some clues as to how (at least a portion) of the CAN academic health sciences sector envisions responding to C19 and future pandemics through an equity lens.
2/ The website's spendy splash page identifies U of T's ideological concerns in responding to pandemics:
1. Climate Change
3. Migration
4. Urbanization
5. Interdependence
6. Tech Disruption
7. Mistrust
8. Overburdened Health Systems
These are important issues, however...
3/I am old enough to remember when emergency management was apolitical and focused entirely on mitigating the emergency at hand, with a primary goal of getting to the recovery phase, while causing a minimum of disruption to the normal function of society along the way.
Read 12 tweets
1 Mar
1/Question: Why is everyone connected with @UofT_dlsph so obsessed with getting kids to wear masks all-day (and now all summer)? Recklessly, they have not presented a risk analysis to evaluate potential harms. Here is another non-peer reviewed paper from Bassani.
2/We know that all-day masking of kids is not innocuous. Masks come with their own risks of poor health and psychological outcomes. I have seen first hand the impact that masks are having on non-verbal communication and socialization of kids and youth.
3/We also know that children and teachers (or councilors)
handle C19 well. LTC, the very elderly and those with end of life conditions should be the focus, not kids or young adult camp councilors.
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28 Feb
1/@DrBonnieHenry @adriandix @bcedplan. All of the Zero Covid folks are jumping on this new non-peer reviewed paper to try to bully you into masking kids all day at school. Please show some leadership and stay the course.
2/This is a poorly constructed study, and if any of the people pushing it had actually read it, the statistical difference between mask/non mask is negligible at best (despite the fact that the data is likely cherry picked). Consider the Scandinavian countries experience instead.
3/Keep in mind this data was collected during the more deadly first wave.
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