Now we know why China bought the WHO. Their praise of China’s “zero covid” strategy set the tone for failed lockdowns around the world according to U.K. policymaker.

Tyler S. Farley

As if you need more proof the lockdowns were not only a total mistake, but most likely a plot to destroy western countries, here you go.

Prominent U.K. lockdown advocate Professor Mark Woolhouse has just released a new book that reads like a mea culpa directly from the heart of those who pushed lockdowns on us all.

In the book titled The Year the World Went Mad, he speaks of his regret as he helped U.K. agencies like SAGE promote and extend lockdowns when they were clearly not working. Not only that, he admits he and others knew there must be great harm being caused by them, but nobody bothered to care or look into it.

But the juiciest part may be how he indirectly implicates China. Woolhouse states:

“The early global response to the pandemic was woefully inadequate,” adding that the WHO praising China for its ‘zero COVID’ approach set the scene for similar disasters across the world.

Woolhouse goes on to further implicate the government’s role in knowingly pushing a flawed strategy.

“We knew from February [2020], never mind March, that the lockdown would not solve the problem. It would simply delay it,”

Talking about the harm caused by the lockdowns, something we now know will kills millions for years to come, he said the following:

“There was never at any stage, even by the following year, any form of analysis of the harms caused by lockdowns…” 

“Were they even considered? I haven’t seen any evidence that they were and that is very, very troubling.”

Sadly, much of this is not shocking and only confirms what independent thinkers and those who are immune to propaganda already knew. There seems to have been some plan in place to make sure lockdowns were implemented and extended as long as possible, even when they clearly weren’t working at all.


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