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Multiple Experts, Including Nobel Laureate, Claim Lockdown is More Dangerous Than COVID-19

When multiple experts from round the world, including a Nobel prize winning biophysicist and two of the foremost highly cited and revered scientists alive, continue record stating that these lockdowns could convince be more dangerous and deadly than the COVID-19 virus itself, it is time for us to respectfully listen.

For many of you reading this, these claims could seem absurd or maybe ridiculous - which is more a mirrored image of the limited narrative provided to us by the media than actual reality itself - but please try to not be dismissive, and remember that these are alright respected scientists and researchers, all of which aren't only very intimate this particular topic but have obviously earned the proper to precise their views without the unprofessional imposition of censorship silencing them.

Among this list of status figures, includes the likes of Professor Michael Levitt, winner of the 2013 Nobel prize in chemistry; Professor Yoram Lass, the previous Director General of Israel's Health Ministry; Professor Jay Bhattacharya of drugs at Stanford University; Professor Sucharit Bhakdi, recognized together of the foremost highly cited research scientists in Germany, then Professor John Ioannidis, one among the foremost highly cited research scientists of all time, best known for his paper, "Why Most Published Research Findings are False" which, consistent with Stanford University , is "The most-accessed article within the history of library of Science".

Despite their impressive credentials I'm guessing many of you've got probably never even heard these experts express these views through a serious media platform before, which one can not help but interpret as being somewhat biased on a part of the establishment media.

In this blog, we'll explore why it is so important that we hear them too.

The predominant concern shared by these experts is that the chilling blowback that comes with a high level of unemployment and social isolation.

We have an abundance of research that supports their professional position, showing us that whenever there are high levels of unemployment and social isolation in society, terrible things begin to happen.

This includes a spike in suicide and premature deaths thanks to things like heart attacks and strokes.

Less deadly - but equally damaging nonetheless - are the increase in cases of kid neglect and abuse; psychological state problems and even human trafficking.

In reference to current events especially , there also are reports of seriously ill people dying reception because they're not getting to the doctor for fear of COVID-19.

On the opposite hand, there are those that are desperately seeking treatment for his or her conditions, but claim they're being overlooked in favor of potential COVID-19 patients.

A survey conducted by the CDC from Midsummer Day to June 30 found that one in four young adults "Seriously considered suicide" within the month before they were surveyed and quite 40% of total respondents reported battling psychological state or substance use.

A report that was published in May by Well Being Trust, claims there'll be a further 75,000 deaths within the U.S. alone, thanks to an increase in suicides and drug and alcoholic abuse .

Beyond the us , a study produced by the UN's University claimed the financial collapse related to these lockdown policies could push as many as a half a billion people, or 8% of the world's population, into poverty.

That same month, the chief Director of the planet Food Programme claimed that the disruption related to these lockdowns has caused a hunger crisis of "Biblical proportions" that would end in a further 130 million people being pushed to starvation.

In May, a modelling study was published claiming that a further 6.3 million people will fall ill with tuberculosis as a results of the lockdowns, and 1.4 million of them will die.

As you'll clearly see, this could deeply concern us all.

The first step is to acknowledge that there are innocent and vulnerable folks that got to be protected on each side of this debate, which should encourage us to seek out unity within the transcendent principles of compassion and humanity, instead of succumbing to the trimmings of tribalism and politics, which only serve to divide us and thus put innocent lives in danger .

Once we've inherit alignment with the larger reality of this example , as against clinging to the limited narratives which will be leading us astray, then we must do our greatest to spread awareness to others, through the utilization of verifiable evidence, with the earnest pursuit of helping to save lots of innocent people from premature death and unnecessary mental suffering.

We can protect the vulnerable without endangering the healthy.

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