UK Column News - 24th April 2020

Mike Robinson and Patrick Henningsen with today's UK Column News, bringing you the latest Coronavirus updates.

START – CoronaVirus statistics update
Bill Gates article: the first modern pandemic
This is not about the pandemic, it is about permanently changing human behaviour…
Why the lockdown…? European death rate has barely changed
21 Wire: Calfornia – new study shows higher CV cases with much lower death rate
The new driver of fatalities: alcoholism, spousal abuse, child abuse, anxiety, depression
These fatalities are only happening because of politicians choosing to lockdown…
Save Lives: non-lockdown area death rates are far lower than lockdown areas
UKC Twitter poll: Should UK public trust Bill Gates – 92% do not trust him
19:40 – Dominic Raab: armed forces working side-by-side with NHS offers reassurance
77 Brigade: waging information warfare on the British people
Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden: we’ve rebutted 70 false CV claims per week
Many of these false claims came from the MainStream Media…
1984: Julian Knight MP asks the public to snitch on people over ‘false’ CV information
Intellectual research is not achieved by only following the government and MSM
29:32 – The Economist: is China winning…?
China ambassador rages at West for adopting ‘gunboat diplomacy’ to ‘bully’ China
West rails against China while adopting all of China’s CoronaVirus policies
The Nightingale gesture: ‘A Big Idea’…‘Made in China’…a photo op
No patients treated at Birmingham’s Nightingale hospital so far after opening 10 days ago
Temporary hospitals in US taken down after treating zero patients…
Is this a good way to spend public money…?
Drones spraying ‘disinfectant’ from the air in China
Mosquito spraying in the Middle East has led to an increase in cancer
21 Wire: Palantir hired to track Americans with Chinese-style surveillance App…
CoronaVirus: no bigger fatality rate than a seasonal flu
48:02 – George Soros: the EU should issue perpetual bonds
Perpetual bonds: interest to be paid in perpetuity…
ONS: retail sales drop 5.1% in March (before lockdown was fully in place)
The lockdown is not justified - very big economic problems lie ahead