“The Imperial Report was never even published scientifically; it’s not peer-reviewed, which a scientific paper should be; it’s just an internal departmental report from Imperial. And it’s fascinating; I don’t think any other scientific endeavour has made such an impression on the world as that rather debatable paper,”
Herland Report: Dr. Neil Ferguson, the man behind the Imperial College Report, which showed that millions would die from Covid-19, was central in shifting the UK and US from the herd immunity strategy to society lockdown.
The report later turned out to be fraudulent, was never published scientifically, not even peer-reviewed and appeared more as a draft. And Ferguson was sacked from his job due to improper conduct meetings with married lover during lockdown, so he is already out.
The main point being that it was the WHO that painted the massive scare scenario in March, 2020 together with Dr. Neil Ferguson’s Imperial Report.
Jointly they created the mass fear scenario in which up to 65 millions were expected to be killed by Covid-19.
The Imperial report predicted that 510,000 could die in the UK without lockdown, while 250 000 could die even with a isolationist strategy. The report is said to have made UK Prime Minister, Boris Johnson change his mind from herd immunity to rapidly implementing society lockdown in the UK – still in effect today, 15 months later.
“The Imperial Report was never even published scientifically; it’s not peer-reviewed, which a scientific paper should be; it’s just an internal departmental report from Imperial. And it’s fascinating; I don’t think any other scientific endeavor has made such an impression on the world as that rather debatable paper,” said Johan Giesecke, the Swedish professor who was the State Epidemiologist for Sweden between 1995 to 2005 and former Chief Scientist of the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC).
Dr. Mathew Maavak, a Malaysian expert on risk foresight and governance, recently commented: “Up to 65 million people were projected to die from this contagion. Unsurprisingly, a common denominator between both projections was the omnipresent Microsoft, which helped ‘tidy up’ Dr. Neil Ferguson code. Experts and politicians the world over naturally “listened to the science,” mirroring a teenager’s hysterics over another supposedly existential issue.
Now, however, shadow-banned links are emerging from Google’s search limbo to inform us that Dr. Neil Ferguson’s code was in fact a “buggy mess” that looked “more like a bowl of angel hair pasta than a finely tuned piece of programming,” according to one data expert. This is what our endless lockdowns and coercive vaccination programs were based on.” End quote.
Dr. Neil Ferguson has been notorious in the past for overestimating numbers. He was involved in doing so during Ebola and the Swine epidemic. He also said that 150 000 people would die during Foot and Mouth outbreak. In the end, 200 people died.