He’s Neil Ferguson: the ghost in the machine.
Why do governments salute when he predicts a pandemic and tells them to lock down their countries?
Does anyone care about his past?
Why does he still have a prestigious job?
Who is he connected to?
By Jon Rappoport | 30 April 2020
NO MORE FAKE NEWS — Let me briefly clear away a bit of refuse and garbage. You can read articles about how computer predictions aren’t really meant to be precise, about how the COVID model to which the US and UK and other nations are surrendering has been walked back, or hasn’t been walked back. The essence of these articles is nonsense. Why? Because governments are obeying a model. They’re obeying the highest number-projections of deaths…and that is the devastating point.
Neil Ferguson, through his institute at London’s Imperial College, can call the shots on a major percentage of the global population.
He’s Mr. Genius, when it comes to projecting computer models of epidemics.
Fellow experts puff up his reputation. […]
Exclusive: Government scientist Neil Ferguson resigns after breaking lockdown rules to meet his married lover
Prof Ferguson allowed the woman to visit him at home during the lockdown while lecturing the public on the need for strict social distancing
By Anna Mikhailova, Christopher Hope, Michael Gillard and Louisa Wells | 5 May 2020
THE TELEGRAPH — The scientist whose advice prompted Boris Johnson to lock down Britain resigned from his Government advisory position on Tuesday night as The Telegraph can reveal he broke social distancing rules to meet his married lover.
Professor Neil Ferguson allowed the woman to visit him at home during the lockdown while lecturing the public on the need for strict social distancing in order to reduce the spread of coronavirus. The woman lives with her husband and their children in another house.
The epidemiologist leads the team at Imperial College London that produced the computer-modelled research that led to the national lockdown, which claimed that more than 500,000 Britons would die without the measures. […]