BBC Fact Check

28th August 2021

By Baldmichael Theresoluteprotector’sson

I came across this link the other day whilst browsing. It was a month ago, but I thought I would comment.

Who is making the four claims? Doesn’t say. ‘Not very helpful the BBC is’, as Yoda from Star Wars might say.

Claim: Cremations and burial rates are no higher than normal

Verdict: This is not correct. Across the UK, there was a sharp increase in cremations in 2020.

This is presumably to burn the records of supposed Covid 19 infections by burning the bodies.

The Cremation Society has counted 70,000 more cremations in 2020 than in 2019.

Did they burn their 2019 records?

Or have people been so afraid of the dead bodies containing the ‘flu that they thought incineration was the best policy?

Or that the dead might rise up as zombies to attack the living?

We looked but couldn’t find national burial figures.

They have been buried for some reason so that people can’t find them.

Anyway, if the claim is both cremations and burials, how can the BBC claim the rates are no higher if they can’t find the burial figures?

Claim: Hospital admissions show vaccines are not effective

Verdict: This is not correct. Vaccines are highly effective at keeping people out of hospital

This is presumably because people are dead instead. After having had a poisonous vaccine. 

Or because people don’t want to go into hospital because they are too ill and don’t want the hassle. After having had a poisonous vaccine. 

Or don’t want to bother the poor overworked staff.

Or because they are afraid they may get Covid 19 in hospital.

Or MRSA. Now here did MRSA go to I wonder?

Sir Patrick Vallance has corrected himself – 40% rather than 60% in hospital from double vaccinated people. So that’s ok, just 40% that’s all, not many really. Really?

No comment on this number? I think, Patrick, you should be correcting the narrative re safety of vaccines.

But claims that vaccines aren’t effective aren’t correct, reports BBC Health Correspondent Nick Triggle, who crunched the numbers.

Nick Triggle? Nick Triggle?? Where the hell do you get a name like that? Are the BBC having a laugh, making us giggle at Triggle?

Presumably Nick nicked the figures from somewhere, wrote them on a bit paper, s-crunched up the numbers and the paper, thought of a number and then wrote something he’d thought of earlier.

Claim: Covid-19 is not dangerous for non-obese people and those under 65

Verdict: While studies show the chances of dying from Covid-19 are higher in those who are obese and over 65, it is not correct to say the virus poses no risk to people who are not in these categories.

Reasonable. But so what? What about the vaccines eh? Vast majority are in over 65’s, and have been since the start of the Covid 19 scamdemic. And by the vast majority we mean vast as in obese of course.

Although diabetes is also a cause of death, and related to obesity.

Then there’s the risk of long Covid, which affects people across age groups.

Of course Covid of any length affects all age groups, including those adults with a mental age of two year olds. This seems to be a substantial proportion of the populace at the moment.

I have toyed with the idea of a post on Long Covid. But it’s quite simple. Long Covid is having the ‘flu or a long time. It’s not rocket science. You are unwell for longer than short Covid, having the ’flu for a short time.

What long and short mean is anybody’s guess. It’s all a load of bollux anyway, just meant to confuse the idiots who do not understand the workings of the ‘flu.

If you get the ‘flu do the right things to make yourself better.

So get over it.

Claim: There are tens of thousands of unreported deaths from the Covid-19 vaccine in the US

Verdict: These reports, which have been widely shared online, are not correct.

They go on to say:

The correct figure of reported deaths among people who received a Covid-19 vaccine from December 14, 2020 through to July 19, 2021 is 6,207.

Yes BBC, but the claim is unreported deaths, not reported. How thick are you all at the BBC?

And please note over 6,000 deaths among people who received Covid 19 vaccine. Not many then, nothing to see here, move along.

Hang on, over 6,000 deaths?? And you still push vaccines as very safe?? And that doesn’t take into consideration the adverse effects not leading to death??

Hopefully that is. Who knows with an experimental vaccine approved for use?

Importantly, the VAERS system is not designed to determine whether a vaccine caused a problem.

Excuse me?? Have you bothered to check what the VAERS system website says it does? From

The primary objectives of VAERS are to:

  • Detect new, unusual, or rare vaccine adverse events;
  • Monitor increases in known adverse events;
  • Identify potential patient risk factors for particular types of adverse events;
  • Assess the safety of newly licensed vaccines;
  • Determine and address possible reporting clusters (e.g., suspected localized [temporally or geographically] or product-/batch-/lot-specific adverse event reporting);
  • Recognize persistent safe-use problems and administration errors;
  • Provide a national safety monitoring system that extends to the entire general population for response to public health emergencies, such as a large-scale pandemic influenza vaccination program.

Whoever wrote this crap for the BBC needs hanging, for lying through his or her back teeth.

BBC. Stands for among other things, British Bullshit Corporation.

Put it in the toilet with the other crap.

Or flush it through like the Augean stables. Where’s Hercules when you need him?

Well, I have made a start, and I am an Aquarius, the water bearer, so maybe I count as Hercules today.

There’s a thought.

Look out for the sign of Baldmichael – he will be back!

Author: alphaandomega21

Baldmichael Theresoluteprotector'sson. When not posting pages or paging posties, trying to be a good husband, and getting over a long term health issue, I am putting the world to rights. I have nothing better to do, so why not? But of course that includes dancing, being funny (in more than one sense), poking fun at life, poking fun at myself, deflating the pompous, reflating the sad. Seeking to heal the whole of the soul (and body where possible). In short making life as good as it possibly can be for others as well as myself. You can't say fairer than that. But if you can, please say. People need to know.

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