Brits Will, On Average, Live Nine Months Less

Because of Lockdowns, GPs Abandoning Face to Face Medicine and Hospital Department Closures

In May 2020 I warned that deaths from the lockdowns and resulting closure of health care services would far exceed the number of deaths from covid-19.

And it quickly became clear that this warning was entirely justified.

Now there is evidence showing that the average Briton can expect nine months less because of the absurd and unnecessary closure of services by GPs and hospitals.

Delayed diagnoses and delayed treatment for cancer and heart disease are the cause of the fall in life expectancy.

How do I know this?

Because financial analysts report that pension providers are expected to gain £7.4 billion in profits over the next five years – as a direct result of the lower life expectancy.

A fall in life expectancy will, of course, fit in perfectly with the aims of those promoting Agenda 21.

Vernon Coleman’s series of 15 books about a young doctor working in a Devonshire village in England provide an escape from the horrors of life in 2022. The first book in the series is called Bilbury Chronicles: The Young Country Doctor Book 1. The book is available as a paperback and an eBook.