How much of the deadly ‘first wave’ of the pandemic were elderly who died abandoned by the droves, from malnutrition, dehydration, and by lethal ‘protocols’? There is much to investigate in the ‘first wave’ of deaths that politicians and health officials wielded like a club to terrify citizens into conforming to lockdown and other government COVID measures
(LifeSiteNews) – A shocking number of elderly citizens died in the first wave of COVID, and not always from the virus but from severe malnutrition and dehydration, and by protocols that used euthanasia drugs and “end-of -life pathways” as a first-line of treatment for any symptoms, according to a recent analysis published in the C2C Journal. Of all countries in the west, Canada was the deadliest place to be an at-risk long-term care home resident.
“At the end of May 2020, Canada was reporting that 81 percent of the country’s Covid-19 deaths took place in LTCFs [long-term care facilities],” writes Anna Farrow, executive director of the English-Speaking Catholic Council in the province of Quebec. “This compared to an average of 38 percent in the other 37 OECD countries. That proportion has fallen, but a December 2021 report by the Canadian Institute for Health Information noted that LTCFs still accounted for 43 percent of Covid-19 deaths.”
That’s remarkably high considering that governments enforced stringent pandemic lockdown strategies and other COVID measures to protect the elderly and vulnerable. Why did they fail? more here