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Step in folks, this one is a doozy
The above is from the UK open prescribing database, and shows prescriptions coming down in January 2020 — the proclaimed ‘start of the pandemic’ — and flatlining in April 2020, before finally picking back up in July 2021.
If April 2020 sounds vaguely familiar (for our longer readers, it will), that is because March to April 2020 associate with the Midazolam Murders.
Echoes Of The Midazolam Murders
For the new readers not familiar with the Midazolam Murders, a quick summary:
A spike in the sedative (but not painkiller) Midazolam was noted in UK prescriptions between March 2020 to April 2020 (along with other drugs)…
…these coincided with a sudden leap in deaths — 17,316 — in elderly patients who had died from dementia, which a peer review paper found to be suspicious…
…these deaths were retroactively and magically claimed to be COVID-19 deaths (with no evidence; PCR testing wasn’t available)…
…even though it is known Midazolam depresses breathing and impedes recovery, I.E. it is a drug you’d use to kill, not treat. Matt Hancock was caught conspiring with Dr Luke Evans to order in large quantities of Midazolam…
…and ended up buying 2 years worth of Midazolam from a French pharmaceutical company, Accord, via the Department of Health and Social Care (real socially caring that one). Evidently killing the elderly off.
Readers wanting to familiarise themselves with the specifics of the Midazolam Murders are strongly encouraged to read The Daily Beagle’s in-depth articles, which expose the various drugs, why they are toxic, and why we conclude it is premeditated murder. There is a lot more to it than the preface above:
Mass Murdering Of The Elderly (Basic Introduction)
The Death Penalty Drugs Used By Care Homes (Highest Rated Article)
Were Antibiotics Withheld In Just The UK?
Evidence was revealed in other countries thanks to the mouse army helpers.
Title of the below graph (sourced from here) reads:
Verorgnungen von Antibiotika vor und nach Ausbruch der COVID-19-Pandemie
Which translates as:
“Antibiotics before and after the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic”
‘bis’ means ‘until’, ‘ab’ means ‘from’, and ‘Jahre’ means ‘years’. So the categories listed are age categories: 19 until 65 years; From 66 years; 7 until 18 Years; Until 6 years.
All age categories saw a massive drop in antibiotics prescription in Germany at about the March-April 2020 (‘04 2020’) mark. So it isn’t purely attributable to killing of granny in the care homes with Midazolam.
Mouse140 also referenced another German article, showing G7 (Group of Seven; an undemocratic intergovernmental body) want to adjust the use of antibiotics by 2023 (emphasis added)…
[…] die G7-Staaten vor, „die stille Pandemie von Antibiotikaresistenzen“ mit allen Kräften zu bekämpfen. Dafür wollen sie aktiv die Forschung und Entwicklung neuer Antibiotika fördern. Um den sachgerechten Einsatz von Antibiotika zu verbessern, wollen sie zudem bis Ende 2023 nationale Ziele festlegen.
[…] the G7 countries are calling for the G7 countries to fight "the silent pandemic of antibiotic resistance" with all their might. To this end, they want to actively promote the research and development of new antibiotics. In order to improve the proper use of antibiotics, they also want to set national targets by the end of 2023.
…the article also shows large pharmaceutical companies have stopped manufacturing new antibiotics because countries are not prescribing them, so they’re operating at a loss (emphasis added):
[…] Viele große Pharmafirmen haben sich derweil aus der Entwicklung neuer Antibiotika zurückgezogen. Denn neue Antibiotika werden vielfach als Reserveantibiotika eingesetzt – das bedeutet, sie werden so selten wie möglich verschrieben. In einem System, das nach Volumen vergütet, sind Reserveantibiotika ein Verlustgeschäft.
[…] Meanwhile, many large pharmaceutical companies have withdrawn from the development of new antibiotics. This is because new antibiotics are often used as reserve antibiotics – which means that they are prescribed as rarely as possible. In a volume-based system, reserve antibiotics are a loss-making proposition.
Prescriptions Went Down Even As Infections Went Up
Zentralinstitut für die kassenärztliche Versorgung (or Zentralinstitut kassenärztliche Versorgung; Central Institute for Statutory Health Insurance Physicians), has a particularly damning graphic:
Page Title reads: Grafik des Monats Marz 2023 [Chart of the month March 2023]
Graph Title reads: Anzahl Patient: innen mit infektionen der oberen Atemwege in vertragsarztlicher Behandlung (Number of patients with upper respiratory tract infections treated by a panel physician).
Blue is: Pat mit Diagnose infektion der oberen Atemwege (Pat[ient] with diagnosis of upper respiratory tract infection).
Green is: Pat mit Diagnose infektion der oberen Atemwege und Antibioikum (Pat[ient] with diagnosis of upper respiratory tract infection and antibiotic).
That graph again:
That is to say, despite the fact people were being diagnosed with upper respiratory tract infections (blue), increasing from < 10 million (‘Mio.’) in 2018 to >15 million in 2019… antibiotic prescribing (green), on average, was still going down. Notice how in 2021 the green goes down even as the blue goes up.
That is to say, if you got a respiratory tract infection, they would withhold antibiotics (even if an uptick in infections warranted it).
Same For Scotland
Back in April, Scottish Unity Group found in April 2020 (‘04 2020’) antibiotics prescription ‘flatlined’ across numerous classes of well known antibiotics, continuing on into March 2021. As per usual with government statistics, the dataset is incomplete as they don’t want to publish damning evidence:
American Prescriptions Dipped Too
According to clincalc — a public prescribing database better organised than the US government’s — antibiotics like azithromycin decreased year on year:
Others that declined going into 2020 include:
Neomycin (as part of a Dexamethasone; Neomycin; Polymyxin B hybrid; there was no standalone data):
Gentamicin (A.K.A. Garamycin):
Colomycin, Aknemycin, Cidomycin, Vancomycin and Fosfomycin had no data.
The only antibiotics with slight increases, which, note, did not exceed pre-2020 levels were Erythromycin (note increase in patients, red line):
…and Vibramycin (A.K.A. Doxycycline):
This is not counting the drop in other antibiotics. Bacteria infected patients don’t just disappear enmass; where did those bacterial infection cases go? And if they didn’t ‘go’, why did antibiotics prescriptions drop so sharply?
Pneumonia Was Still A Roller-coaster
In-case you’re weirdly thinking people mysteriously get infected at very rigid, consistent rates as a retroactive justification for denial of the evidence, don’t bother.
Jessica Rose, using data from the US National Center for Health Statistics Mortality Surveillance System, demonstrated Pneumonia deaths were still a wild and varying roller-coaster:
Jessica Rose then posted another graph showing the sharp uptick in Pneumonia deaths compared to historical rates:
For those of you not familiar with medicine, Pneumonia is a ‘catch-all’ term for symptoms relating to infections of the respiratory tract (‘Pneuma’ in Greek means ‘breath’).
These symptoms can be caused by many possible types of infection, including bacteria. Medical students are reminded of Hickam’s Dictum:
Patients can have as many diseases as they damn well please
That is to say, unlike Occam’s Razor, it is rarely ‘one simple answer’, but a multitude. A weakness in one bodily system will have knock on effects. It is possible for a person to be infected with multiple things at once, including viruses, bacteria, parasites and mould.
To partially address an aspect raised by Martin Neil on alternative pneumonia causes, flu cases were declared by the CDC to be very small:
This would mean flu would not be the main driver of pneumonia cases in the US. Assuming the data is accurate, of course.
Secondary Bacterial Infection A Good Predictor Of Death In COVID-19
Where could the bacterial infection come from? Well, there’s a number of possible sources. In The Daily Beagle’s in-depth investigation of ICU wards titled “Death By Dehydration In ICU”, we found it was known ventilators can introduce bacterial infections.
In our more recent article, we highlighted how masks aid moisture retention which leads to bacterial and mould growth. During a comments debate with Geoff Pain, three studies were cited to evidence this:
“Bacterial and fungal isolation from face masks under the COVID-19 pandemic”, which studied people in Japan (Japan has a pre-2020 mask wearing culture, so if anybody should know how to wear a mask, it is Japan):
The study found antibiotic resistance bacterial on all masks sampled. They also highlighted even within responsible Japanese culture, only 21% of people washed their masks. Mask washing evidently did not eliminate the bacteria.
“Cotton and Surgical Face Masks in Community Settings: Bacterial Contamination and Face Mask Hygiene” found masks either needed to be properly sterilised (boiled or via anti-bacterial sterilisers), or tossed away, due to bacterial contamination:
And just before you think maybe professional healthcare workers avoid this issue, “Evaluation of the bacterial contamination of face masks worn by personnel in a center of COVID 19 hospitalized patients: A cross-sectional study” found healthcare workers’ masks were also heavily contaminated by bacteria:
So, if we have all these harmful bacterial sources, where secondary bacterial infection is a good predictor of death in COVID-19, why were antibiotics not being prescribed during this period?
And for contrast, before you excuse it by saying ‘but what about lockdowns?’, here’s the antiviral prescription graph. Notice there is no suspicious flatline during 2020-2021:
If anything, the above graph is a bigger kind of damning, as it shows they didn’t bother to even use antivirals to try to treat a viral infection. If they’re not going to prescribe antibiotics or antivirals, how the hell are they going to fight this infection?
Australia Declares It Inappropriate To Give Vulnerable Elderly Antibiotics
According to the Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care (a maliciously ironic misnomer, no doubt), the elderly are supposedly being given antibiotics "inappropriately", but notice they don't present any evidence to back up their bold claims:
Ah, pick on the elderly in care homes who can’t defend themselves. Very brave.
Ironically, the paper even quotes ventilator induced bacterial infections as an example:
Hold on, you’re saying giving antibiotics to people for bacterial infections your own interventions introduce are inappropriate? This is like an arsonist saying it’s inappropriate to call the fire brigade whenever they start a fire.
Australia Tell Medical Professionals Not To Use Antibiotics
Under Australia’s “National Clinical Evidence Taskforce”, they straight up tell medical professionals not to prescribe antibiotics for COVID-19, without even considering the nuance of circumstance (azithromycin is an antibiotic):
This same report even tells them not to prescribe non-toxic Vitamin C (found in citrus fruits like Lemon and Lime), Vitamin D (produced by the skin naturally via exposure to sunlight), zinc (found naturally in E.G. pumpkin seeds), or “other disease-modifying treatments”:
A literal order not to treat the disease, because all treatments modify the disease. This implies the drugs they recommend don’t modify the disease, I.E they do not treat it.
Including a breakdown by antibiotic type (in thousands of prescriptions) [see page 229 of section 6.2 of this document]:
It Is Clearly Malicious
They complain of antibiotics resistance, but when pharmaceutical companies offer them brand new antibiotics, suddenly and mysteriously they’re not interested. They can dump billions into Pfizer giving you a poison shot but they can’t spare any money for antibiotics.
This is the political equal to someone saying they’re dying and need help, but when a paramedic turns up to treat them, they ask them to leave as they’re not needed.
This is the exact modality you’d expect from someone trying their hardest not to treat you. Propose all the worst advice, implement interventions that cause bacterial infections, and then deny treatment for the infection fires they themselves start.
Antibiotics prescribing in the UK Jan 2020 to Jul 2021 flatlined, with the dip in Apr 2020 coinciding with the Midazolam Murders. Abnormal dips in antibiotics prescribing were seen in Germany, Scotland, America and Australia. Antivirals did not see a sharp dip like antibiotics, but their usage wasn't increased either. Germany and Australia both had advisories against antibiotics usage, with Australia even resisting disease 'modifying' treatment in general. This decline in antibiotics prescriptions occurred even with an increase in Pneumonia deaths, despite the fact bacteria is one possible cause of Pneumonia. The increase wasn't attributable to influenza. Secondary infections of bacteria with COVID-19 were strongly correlated to death outcomes. It has been previously shown ventilators and masks are possible sources of bacteria into the respiratory tract. The combination of bacteria-causing policies and the malicious withholding of antibiotics shows a clear malicious attempt to worsen the pandemic.
Update: Additional information added thanks to Mouse140 and Martin Neil.
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