The entire world was hoodwinked by the corrupt American medical establishment.

Now the worm has turned, the house of cards has collapsed, whatever clichés you want to clutch for, words are simply insufficient to describe this calamity. This time in our history marks a profound turning point in the history of humanity. Here’s one more spike in the eye of a collapsing narrative.

When it comes to mainstream media, who have been compromised throughout this era, they hunt in packs. Where one leads, many will follow.

Or as the spirits of our time might say: Fear Not for I am With You.

Newsweek was founded as a weekly news magazine in 1933, and has played a unique part in American public life. Its circulation peaked in 2003 at 4.3 million. Its website now receives some 100 million visitors a month.

Here are a few extracts from an opinion piece by medical student and researcher Kevin Bass, whose important and well written piece has become another plank in the ever widening, ever deepening Covid scandal. The world is angry. And so it should be. You can read the original piece, which includes links to all his supporting evidence, here.

“As a medical student and researcher, I staunchly supported the efforts of the public health authorities when it came to COVID-19. I believed that the authorities responded to the largest public health crisis of our lives with compassion, diligence, and scientific expertise. I was with them when they called for lockdowns, vaccines, and boosters.

“I was wrong. We in the scientific community were wrong. And it cost lives.”

Beyond the personal confession, Kevin Bass looks to the larger failure institutional failure.

“I can see now that the scientific community from the CDC (Centre for Disease Control) to the WHO (World Health Organisation) to the FDA (Food and Drug Administration) and their representatives, repeatedly overstated the evidence and misled the public about its own views and policies, including on natural vs. artificial immunity, school closures and disease transmission, aerosol spread, mask mandates, and vaccine effectiveness and safety, especially among the young. All of these were scientific mistakes at the time, not in hindsight. Amazingly, some of these obfuscations continue to the present day.”

Kevin Bass then turns his attention to the person on the street, the very social class the elites have ignored throughout this demented period.

“The rage of the those marginalised by the expert class exploded onto and dominated social media. Lacking the scientific lexicon to express their disagreement, many dissidents turned to conspiracy theories and a cottage industry of scientific contortionists to make their case against the expert class consensus that dominated the pandemic mainstream. Labelling this speech “misinformation” and blaming it on “scientific illiteracy” and “ignorance,” the government conspired with Big Tech to aggressively suppress it, erasing the valid political concerns of the government’s opponents.

“And this despite the fact that pandemic policy was created by a razor-thin sliver of American society who anointed themselves to preside over the working class—members of academia, government, medicine, journalism, tech, and public health, who are highly educated and privileged. From the comfort of their privilege, this elite prizes paternalism, as opposed to average Americans who laud self-reliance and whose daily lives routinely demand that they reckon with risk. That many of our leaders neglected to consider the lived experience of those across the class divide is unconscionable.”

What a sad and terrible mistake it has been, dangerous to us all not just as individuals, but incredibly destructive to entire societies. How could we have been so wrong?

People around the world are starting to think, there’s a special place in hell for the perpetrators of this unmitigated fiasco.

Kevin Bass continues to lament the passing of all faith in the medical establishment.

“We crafted policy for the people without consulting them. If our public health officials had led with less hubris, the course of the pandemic in the United States might have had a very different outcome, with far fewer lost lives.

“Instead, we have witnessed a massive and ongoing loss of life in America due to distrust of vaccines and the healthcare system; a massive concentration in wealth by already wealthy elites; a rise in suicides and gun violence especially among the poor; a near-doubling of the rate of depression and anxiety disorders especially among the young; a catastrophic loss of educational attainment among already disadvantaged children; and among those most vulnerable, a massive loss of trust in healthcare, science, scientific authorities, and political leaders more broadly.”