Hospital has been pretty much empty for the entire period

‘Shut up or you don’t get paid’. “Complete and brutal insanity.”

Hospital has been pretty much empty for the entire period


Summary of Statement of an Anonymous Hospital Worker in Surrey, UK

I am a consultant at a major, regional hospital in Surrey, had agreed to give an interview to an anti lockdown activist in which I would have revealed my identity.

Changed my mind because all staff at all hospitals have been warned that if they make any statements to press/social media we may immediately be suspended without pay. I have a family, dependents.

In my opinion, and that of many of my colleagues, there has been no Covid Pandemic, certainly not in the Surrey region and I have heard from other colleagues this picture is the same throughout the country. Our hospital would normally expect to see around 350,000 out patients a year. Around 95,000 patients are admitted to hospital in a normal year and we would expect to see around a similar figure, perhaps 100,000 patients pass through our A&E [Accident & Emergency] department.

From March to June we would normally expect to see 100,000 out patients, around 30,000 patients admitted, and perhaps 30,000 pass through A&E. This year (and these figures are almost impossible to get hold of) we are over 95% down on all those numbers. In effect, the hospital has been pretty much empty for that entire period.

At the start, staff that questioned this were told that we were being used as ‘redundant’ capacity, kept back for the ‘deluge’ we were told would come. It never did come, and when staff began to question this, comments like, ‘for the greater good’ and to ‘protect the NHS’ came down from above. Now its just along the lines of, ‘Shut up or you don’t get paid’.

Every single test (of the same person) counted as a new case

The few Covid cases that we have had get repeatedly tested, and every single test counted as a new case. Meaning the figures reported back to ONS/PHE (Office for National Statistics & Public Health England) were almost exponentially inflated. It could be that Covid cases reported by hospitals are between 5 to 10x higher than the real number of cases. There has been no pandemic and this goes a long way to explain why figures for the UK are so much higher than anywhere else in Europe.

They’ve been running empty ambulances during lockdown and are still doing it now. By this I mean ambulances are driving around, with their emergency alert systems active (sirens &/or lights) with no job to go to. When out of public view staff masks come off and distancing is not observed.

Masks are totally ineffective and dangerous

Indeed jokes are made about the measures, and I have heard staff express amazement that despite warnings on packets and at point of sales, telling people masks are totally ineffective and dangerous, the public still buy them, because a politician has told them to.

ALL elective surgery has been cancelled. Non-elective Surgery, this tends to be emergency surgery or that which is deemed urgent has been severely curtailed. People are at best being denied basic medical care and at worst being left to die, in some cases, in much distress and pain.

Staff that are responsible for death certification encouraged where possible to put Covid-19 complications as reason for death, even though the patient may have been asymptomatic and also not even tested for covid, grossly inflating the number of Covid deaths.

Remember Covid-19 itself can not kill. What kills is complications from the virus, typically pneumonia like symptoms. These complications are in reality incredibly rare but have featured in a large amount of death certificates issued in recent months. As long as Covid-19 appears on a death certificate, that death is counted as Covid-19 in the figures released by the ONS and PHE.

many death certificates, especially amongst the older 65+ demographic have been fraudulently completed

Many death certificates (appear to) have been fraudulently completed

I genuinely believe that many death certificates, especially amongst the older 65+ demographic have been fraudulently completed so as to be counted as Covid-19 deaths when in reality Covid-19 complications did not cause the death.

There have been Thursday nights when I stood, alone in my office and cried as I heard people cheering and clapping outside. It sickens me to see all the ‘Thank You NHS’ signs up everywhere and the stolen rainbow that for me now says one word and word only; fear.

There are many good people in the NHS and whilst I do not plead forgiveness for myself, I do plead for them. Most are on low pay, they joined for the right reasons and I did and have been bullied and threatened that if they don’t ‘stay on message’ they don’t eat. I know that if a way could be found to assure staff within the NHS of safety against reprisals, there would be a tsunami of whistleblowers which I have no doubt would help end this complete and brutal insanity.

I am finding it increasingly hard to live with what I have been involved in and I am sorry this has happened.

To end, I would simply say this. Politicians haven’t changed, the country has just made a fatal mistake and started trusting them without question.

I’ve edited it down a bit. Original at

17 thoughts on “Hospital has been pretty much empty for the entire period”

  1. That’s what happens under communist countries like China and North Korea. We are no different now!

  2. Interesting and not surprising. I have been sus of the death data for ages esp in the USA. Masks do work though in some ways I dont agree with anti maskers. China found out they had great effect in reducing the spread. The other argument is how bad is the whole thing? I am convinced there are variants of this virus, some worse than others. there are thousands of mutations. Some virologists have stated as they mutate they get weaker as they cant find a host. Were not looking at the same thing worldwide. This virus was gene spliced. Proof is in the making.

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  4. WOW! This is my neck of the woods although I am right on the eastern side and this could be over to the west. The Thursday night clap for carers was well-intentioned but it was inevitable that the NHS management would take it as praise for them. The NHS hierarchy is one of the worst in public service not just for defending their fiefdoms but in mismanagement and waste of resources. They must have loved the clapping as they prepared demands for more cash. And there is now a police investigation underway in some hospitals over infant deaths. The service head labeled the newspaper article exposing this as ‘scaremongering’ which sounds hollow now the police are involved.

  5. This sounds extremely concerning if normal A and E functions and routine surgeries are not taking place. Being ill and having nasty accidents is no fun.
    I also worry about my personal safety with all this BLM badness. I am white, middle class and educated to Master’s degree level in Applied Radiation Physics. This does not go down well in many a night club LOL. I talk different. Clubs have yet to reopen anyway but I don’t like the threat on the streets of being beaten up by a crack head and not having hospital services.
    I really do feel for the NHS and indeed anyone who is a patient.
    Get well soon and join me for a drink anytime.

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  7. Doesn’t surprise me at all. I believe that there is a real virus but it’s nowhere near the “pandemic” they hype it up to be. I close friend of mine is a nursing supervisor in a major US hospital and she too has been told to shut up or she gets laid off or fired. Now IF the virus was as big as they claim then why all the “need” for threats and lies?

  8. My question, if these people are told to drop the can of Zyklon B into the chamber to kill all the people in that room, will they just do it? “Oh, I’d loose my job if I didn’t”!!!! At what point do people grow a conscious or do they? Perhaps history says people will do whatever to stay alive, themselves, even horrible things!

  9. The same in the US. Bogus record keeping by government funded administrators. I believe the s**t is going to hit the fan, soon, though as some have come out with this.
    The only good thing to come out of this is our POTUSA (Trump) has generated well needed hospital equipment for the industry in general. Remote countries and hospitals have enough ventilators JIC they are needed in the future. He has forced the usefulness of several meds and procedures to help.

  10. Hong Kong riots
    Paris’s Yellow Vest Riots
    Rome riots
    Tehran riots
    These were all stopped by the “pandemic.” The thing they have in common is that they are all protests against tyrannical governments.
    Not look what we have. No more large gatherings. No more entertainment. No more sportsball.
    Who is affected the most by no large gatherings? The one man trying to end the globalist cabal’s stranglehold on everything in the world.
    Isn’t it odd that in the American cities with ongoing riots, there’s no spike in “fake-19” cases, yet in states that were doing well economically, there’s a huge ‘spike’ in cases….

    It’s all so tiresome.
    Have you had enough yet?

  11. The CV19 virus is real, but in some states like New York the state was sending sick people to nursing homes instead of hospitals, so that if they died, that particular state could get cash out of the federal government.
    I haven’t seen that happen in my state, in the Midwest, but I don’t watch the fear-stricken TV channels. \
    My concern is that if this virus does not peter out as the Spanish (avian) flu did in the 1918-1919 epidemic, the strictures we’re under now will not gives us a chance to develop natural immunity to it, even with a vaxx for it. If you remember the swine flu and bird flu panics more than 10 years ago, you know what I’m referring to.
    This “bug” is aggressive, but it is also weak. Vaccines are being tested now, but that does not mean that anything will be available when the real flu season rolls around again.
    I don’t like the disruptions and officiousness any more than anyone else, but I also have no desire to end up in a hospital.

  12. Robert-

    Covid-19 has from the beginning shown itself to be very different in different places at different times.

    Since you are smack dab in the middle of one of the current hotspots, why don’t you investigate the claims that the hospitals in Texas cities are running out of beds and drugs due to an upsurge in Covid-19 patients and put an end to this controversy once and for all?


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