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Matt Hancock: Before the Midazolam Murders
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Matt Hancock: Before the Midazolam Murders.

The terrible truth is that the extremely high mortality from March to May 2020 was a consequence not of a novel coronavirus but government policy. That’s quite a charge, but I’m not the first to assert it. I’m building on the detective work of Jacqui Deevoy and Gareth Icke, whose documentary last year exposed the widespread use of terminal care drugs in the frail elderly under the cover of Covid-19. A few days ago, popular radio host Maajid Nawaz focused on this debacle, pulling no punches.

The official narrative on Covid-19 bombarded us with the message of a deadly plague. At the time, supine mainstream media never criticised the regime unless calling for harsher restrictions. When the terror declined, however, questions were asked about the policy of evicting older people from hospital, purportedly to free beds for covid cases. These patients had been admitted because they were sick (not surprisingly medical wards are highly populated by older people, as vulnerability to disease increases with age).

Such patients were typically discharged without testing for Covid-19. Allegedly, reckless ministerial action seeded the virus in care homes, where many residents succumbed, leading to an Amnesty International enquiry. But the real reason for thousands more than usual deaths in care homes was not a respiratory infection, but a respiratory suppressant administered by care staff.

Health Secretary Matt Hancock had prepared for what arguably became a cull of the elderly, by ordering a vast bulk of midazolam from France. On 3rd April 2020 the National Institute for Healthcare and Clinical Excellence (NICE) issued the treatment protocol Covid-19 Rapid Guideline: Managing Symptoms (Including at the End of Life) in the Community. The guidance for treating agitation or distress in covid sufferers was that ‘sedative and opioid use should not be withheld because of a fear of causing respiratory depression.’ Yet any impediment to breathing is likely to cause respiratory or cardiac arrest, and the frequent use of ‘do not resuscitate’ orders gave no chance of survival.

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