As Coronavirus Death Toll Rises in UK, Has Government ‘Failed to Plan’ or ‘Planned to Fail’? | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

As Coronavirus Death Toll Rises in UK, Has Government ‘Failed to Plan’ or ‘Planned to Fail’?

Why Couldn’t British Government Respond in Time?

Marcus Godwyn, a British political analyst, says: “What is clear is that the government and senior NHS planners have failed to plan or indeed planned to fail. They had two months to see this coming to the British Isles and seem to have prepared absolutely nothing".

“Compare this to the Chinese response which has managed to contain and control the epidemic in its tracks. It is very possible that the Chinese believed in the beginning that the virus was more deadly than it turned out to be and, or that they were under biological warfare attack but the co-ordination and scale of their response is a feat of historical magnitude", he adds.

The National Health Service was already creaking under the strain of an ageing demographic even before the coronavirus hit the UK, two months after it broke out in China.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

One has to wonder how much of what is happening in various countries, world-wide, is not happening with the full support of those who supported the UN Agenda 21.

Agenda 21

Look at the age range, and gender, of those most hard-hit; these would most likely be people who would need some intense "health interventions" in a few years, not that some younger people are also getting hard hit as well, but statistically there are far fewer of them.

Who is getting sick, and how sick? A breakdown of coronavirus risk by demographic factors

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