Kurginyan explains who needs alarmists and why they are in demand during epidemics

06.06.2020, Moscow.

If individual experts’ shameful prediction mistakes ensure their instant career advancement, it means that someone really needs these mistakes, said the leader of the Essence of Time movement, an analyst and political scientist Sergey Kurginyan in his original broadcast The Meaning of the Game on June 5.

Thus, Imperial College London mathematician, author of models on epidemic spread, in particular the model for the spread of the COVID-19 epidemic , Neil Ferguson, became famous “for his unprecedented alarmist forecasts and demands to quarantine the population.”

In 2002, the Ferguson group predicted 50,000 British deaths from mad cow disease. According to the mathematicians, if sheep became infected with prion disease, then an additional 150,000 Britons would die.

“Have Ferguson’s mathematical predictions, which predicted thatmass epidemic deaths without restructuring the world by instituting a permanent quarantine, come true? They have never come true!” Kurginyan stressed.

In 2009, Ferguson predicted that 65,000 Britons would die from bird flu. In fact, 457 people died.

“Does anyone really not think that the curators of these mathematical biologists secured massive gains in the process?” Kurginyan asks.

That is why Ferguson was not disgraced, the expert adds. “He just climbed higher and higher… Ferguson becomes an advisor to the president of the World Bank and advises European governments. That’s who ensures his ascent,” the analyst said.

He also added that it was on the basis of the Ferguson group’s terrifying scientific report the authorities decided to impose unprecedented restrictive measures in the United States and in France, and possibly in other countries as well.

Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency

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