Scientists Roy Malcolm Anderson and Neil Ferguson from the Imperial College London developed erroneous mathematical predictions, based on which many countries implemented a quarantine, political scientist and the leader of the Essence of Time movement Sergey Kurginyan said in The Meaning of the Game broadcast published on June 18 at the movement’s official website.
“I cannot assert that the COVID-19 itself was incubated in the flasks of an institute. I can suppose this, I can consider it to be a plausible hypothesis, but nothing more than that. However, the fact that Imperial College London was the flask from which initiatives related to COVID and other thinds by Ferguson, Anderson, and other initiators of the ‘Covid entrancement’ originated is absolutely clear to everyone who analyzes this ‘entrancement’ with any degree of responsibility,” Kurginyan explained.
The Essence of Time leader proves that the preparation to the current COVID hysteria was underway long before it began. To understand its origins, the analyst reveals Anderson and Ferguson’s connections with the CEPI foundation established by Bill and Melinda Gates, as well as other larger structures.
Predicting coronavirus mortality was not the Anderson and Ferguson groups first experience with this kind of modeling. Previously, this group “successfully” modeled the consequences of foot-and-mouth epidemic in Britain, which resulted in meaningless culling of several million heads of livestock devastating the rural part of the country.
The same group issued an alarmist prediction on the bird flu. The methods the researchers proposed to combat these epidemics were very similar to those used during the coronavirus pandemic.
By developing one erroneous model after another, which were later exposed, Ferguson quickly progressed up the career ladder, Sergey Kurginyan noted. In 2012, he becomes director of the Department of Infectious Disease Epidemiology at the Imperial College London, having no educational background in the field. A couple of years later he becomes director of the National Institute for Health Research at the British Department of Health.
The Essence of Time leader believes that Ferguson’s coronavirus prediction was communicated to all countries, which accounts for the measures taken all over the world. However, despite justified requests from leading programmers to publish the code of the model, Ferguson was reluctant to do so. The model was only published under pressure from the House of Lords.
Upon analysis, a number of experts and serious organizations concluded that the prediction was absolutely unreliable, although it had already changed too much in the world by that moment.
Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency