The Swedish Experiment

I almost missed this interview in which Dr John Campbell talks to Swedish whistleblower, Dr Jon Tallinger. I was shocked. Then I went to Dr Tallinger’s Youtube channel and watched him tell the world the truth about the so-called Swedish experiment. In brief, it boils down to this:

  • Sweden didn’t expect Covid-19 to hit and hit hard,
  • the Swedish government did not have a plan for dealing with Covid-19,
  • once the virus hit, the plan became to ‘let it rip’ with minimal interference,
  • All the way from the top to local councils, the directive was to not treat Covid patients over 80, or the over-60’s if they had co-morbidities,
  • People from this vulnerable population were not to be sent to hospital if they presented with Covid-19 or Covid-19 like symptoms,
  • Instead, care homes and GPs were to administer palliative care only,
  • This palliative care included morphine to make the patients comfortable, but also to make them appear as if they were not suffering when family came to visit,
  • Morphine is contraindicated for people with respiratory diseases because it depresses their breathing. In other words, it speeds up the moment of death.
  • The people in this vulnerable population were not even to receive oxygen to help them breathe. Top health officials lied about this directive saying that administering oxygen outside of a hospital setting was too ‘dangerous’.
  • This is a lie with just enough truth in it to make it plausible to the public. A small number of people with certain kinds of respiratory problems shouldn’t be given oxygen, but almost all Covid-19 sufferers should. Remember Boris Johnson of the UK? When he was hospitalised with Covid-19, the press made a big point about how he needed oxygen but wasn’t sick enough to need a ventilator.
  • There has been a cover up at all levels of government, and the reason could be that health care for these unproductive members of the Swedish population is just too…expensive.

These damning accusations don’t begin until minute 8:30 because Dr Tallinger clearly fears he won’t be believed and because…this is his own country doing what amounts to involuntary euthanasia:

“…that we let the virus, Covid-19, effectively eliminate those that aren’t contributing. And they [the Swedish government] are doing this with open eyes…as a strategy for Sweden.”

Transcript starting at minute 13:31

The architect of Sweden’s strategy for Covid-19 is Anders Tegnell. On June 3, 2020, the BBC reported that Anders Tegnell now admits that too many died. In that report, Tegnell implies that the deaths of the elderly were an unforeseen accident. Dr Jon Tallinger has called him out as a liar, pure and simple.

If anyone believes that going for ‘herd immunity’ is a good thing, then watch what happens to Sweden in the coming months and years.

Meeks

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62 responses to “The Swedish Experiment

  • Boosting acflory’s post The Swedish Experiment | liebjabberings

    […] friend acflory, on her blog post on Meeka’s Mind, quotes from Dr. Tollinger’s Youtube video […]

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  • Widdershins

    So many governments around the world are right up there with the Swedes. I truly hope they get their comeuppance when the dust settles, or before … comeuppances need to start happening now actually.

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    • acflory

      Yes. I suspect that most Western countries at least toyed with the idea before losing their nerve once the death toll started to sky rocket.

      In years to come, the words ‘herd’ and ‘immunity’ are going to resonate like ‘death camps’ do now. Comeuppance is sorely needed.

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  • Scottie

    Reblogged this on Scotties Toy Box and commented:
    Hello Meeka. Thank you so much for this information. I have been getting the “look to Sweden, they did not lock down” spiel from maga / republicans. I found two stats online you might be interested in.

    In late May, Sweden’s overall COVID-19 mortality rate was estimated at 39.57 deaths per 100,000 residents; at the same time, the U.S. mortality rate was estimated at 30.02 deaths per 100,000 residents, according to NPR. Norway and Finland, both bordering Sweden, instituted stricter lockdown measures than their neighboring country, and at the time, each had fewer than six COVID-19 deaths per 100,000 residents.

    from https://www.livescience.com/results-of-sweden-covid19-response.html and

    Sweden’s per capita death rate was 35 per 100,000 as of May 15. Meanwhile, Denmark’s death rate was 9.3 per 100,000, Finland’s 5.2 and Norway’s 4.7. All three neighboring countries enacted stricter policies.

    from https://newsroom.uvahealth.com/2020/07/03/covid-19-deaths-in-sweden/

    Be well and safe. Hugs

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    • acflory

      Excellent info. Scottie – thank you. I knew that Finland and Norway had /far/ fewer deaths, but those numbers are really striking. One thing I didn’t say much about was the Sweden’s migrant workers fared very badly as well. Both groups a ‘drain on the public purse’. I hope that Sweden’s govt is brought up on crimes against humanity or something. 😦

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      • Scottie

        Hello Meeka. I know if I was an older member of the population I would be pissed that the government felt that care should be denied to me and I just be let or caused to die. That needs to be addressed especially before the next sweeping illness. Hugs

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        • acflory

          lol – at 67 I’m already pushing the boundaries of that population. Every Boomer, in every Western country of the world needs to do some hard thinking about the…moral compass…of the government they help elect.

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  • MELewis

    Yes, I saw this one and was particularly shocked. Proof that Sweden’s policy was cleansing of the socially inconvenient. 😩

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    • acflory

      Yes. Somehow it’s even more chilling when you put it that way. A ‘cleansing’, as if that whole generation were somehow to blame for growing old. Or perhaps their real crime was that they refused to die. 😦

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  • anne54

    This is indeed very shocking news, Meeks, and thank you for spreading the word. I wonder if it is even more shocking because we have the idea that fewer people in Sweden fall through the cracks. I have always understood that Scandinavian countries have high taxes that are used to support social democratic ideals ~ decent welfare, education, health system etc. I don’t think of Sweden as a country that would have such a callous attitude to its elderly citizens. But it apparently does.

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    • acflory

      That’s exactly what I thought. Progressive, compassionate, inclusive. Those adjectives may describe a certain part of the Swedish population but there is also this horrible ability to treat people as numbers.

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  • Alicia Butcher Ehrhardt

    I’m falling asleep, and I need to do this carefully, with links and all, so I’ll do it tomorrow. You have highlighted the important parts; I want to be super clear as I repost it.

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  • Alicia Butcher Ehrhardt

    Unfortunately, the slow pace of this video is its own worst enemy! His English is excellent, but it is not his native language.

    To get information like this across, you need short video with good visuals. Which is why I wanted to quote your nice summary (above), because you pulled out the relevant parts, and tidied them up beautifully.

    I’ll just mention you and your blog, give the list and the link, and most people won’t go further than the end of the list before they’re outraged.

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  • Alicia Butcher Ehrhardt

    Found it! The transcript is on the dropdown menu to the right, under the video. I never realized it was there.

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    • acflory

      OMG! You’re a genius. I had no idea there was one. Thank you! I’m going to check it out right now. 🙂

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    • acflory

      lol – a bit rough and ready but I took a copy of the whole lot. May just add it to the end of the post unless you’re going to do it? More than happy for you to do it. And thanks again for finding it. 🙂

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      • Alicia Butcher Ehrhardt

        I’m not going to do any more – it is too long already, and Dr. Tollinger is very slow getting to the point. For maximum transmission, it needs to be clear and bite-sized. I think what he says is necessary, but it may not be THE best way to get the attention of a lot of people.

        These kinds of things need also to be repeated.

        The Youtube transcript is useful – but mechanical (and funny in places where it gets something wrong). A good place to start, but not concise or coherent. Video in general is not concise. TED talks can be. But people polish those.

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        • acflory

          I totally agree. I suspect it’s up to people like us to take the information and run with it. Sweden has been raised as an example of how covid-19 should be dealt with. As most people live inside their own bubble and /never/ fact check anything, this disinformation is incredibly dangerous.
          We have to call it out if we can.

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          • Alicia Butcher Ehrhardt

            Unfortunately, I have NO reach with those who should read this (and won’t, or will dismiss it automatically because it doesn’t suit their interests to believe it).

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          • acflory

            Neither do I, Alicia, but I keep thinking of the old ‘six degrees of separation’. Maybe we can reach someone who can reach someone who can…. 🙂

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          • Alicia Butcher Ehrhardt

            Think of this chain: Dr. Tollinger to Dr. Campbell to acflory to me to… who knows. Sweden to US to Australia to US again…

            I have one Swedish reader for sure, and many in Mexico – which is having its own significant problems. At least a different bunch of connections.

            With the internet…

            And I have people who follow or stop by to read occasionally literally everywhere on the globe (I watch the WordPress map thingy).

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          • acflory

            Yes. Politicians talk a lot about the global nature of the world but I don’t think they truly understand that global means the free flow of information as well as trade…including information about /their/ wrong doing.

            In a way, we’ve all become whistleblowers.

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          • Alicia Butcher Ehrhardt

            The Chinese have been successfully blocking it for decades now. They are huge – and their people have been lied to for so long I fear for the world.

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          • acflory

            There was an interesting thing on the TV the other night. The gist was that the West assumed that as China’s people became more prosperous, democracy would grow as a matter of course. It didn’t, and now it’s hard to see the political situation there changing, at least during the life of Xi Jinping.

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          • Alicia Butcher Ehrhardt

            They don’t know anything else exists. They are so brainwashed that they are even allowed abroad as tourists and students – and continue being who they are. Like the Russians.

            Did you watch The Americans? Where a Russian pair are sent to the States in deep cover, have two kids, spy for the Russians – can you imagine a western country being ABLE to send operatives to live in Russia or China an managing that?

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          • acflory

            No, sorry. I don’t watch much TV at all.

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          • Alicia Butcher Ehrhardt

            You’ve heard of the Russian deep cover agents, though, haven’t you? They’re real. Were real all through the Cold War. Are still with us.

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          • Alicia Butcher Ehrhardt

            You’ve heard of the Russian deep cover agents, though, haven’t you? They’re real. Were real all through the Cold War. Are still with us.

            There are countless spy novels with deep cover Russian agents in them.

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          • acflory

            To be honest, I thought that was all just a beat up from the McCarthy era. It’s hard to get your head around the fact that all this espionage stuff really does happen. :/

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          • Alicia Butcher Ehrhardt

            All the time – the Russians take advantage of freedom to try to corrupt or destroy it. I wonder how the insides of their heads are wired that they can LIVE in our cultures for many years, and still believe the lies they were told at home.

            Reminds me of some other people who follow nonsensical leaders who tell them to distrust the evidence in front of them.

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          • acflory

            I suspect that the conditioning goes so deep, nothing they see or hear makes a dent. :/

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  • Alicia Butcher Ehrhardt

    What does ‘Transcript starting at minute 13:31’ refer to?

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    • acflory

      Oh! The bit I quoted is from the video, starting at minute 13:31. Just so people know I transcribed it accurately. Sorry, I should have made that more clear. Just can’t think straight. So much steam coming out of my ears….

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      • Alicia Butcher Ehrhardt

        You wrote that he started accusations at minute 8:30, so that’s where I started listening.

        Where did you get the transcript? Did you do it yourself?

        I’d like to quote the source, and boost it on my blog and on FB.

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        • acflory

          apologies, I’m answering comments in reverse order so this is out of sequence. Yes, I did that short quote myself coz I didn’t know there was an actual transcript until you told me in an earlier comment.

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          • Alicia Butcher Ehrhardt

            Your quote is far more coherent. My post finally boosted your post today and Dr. Tollinger’s video.

            Please tell me if there’s anything you don’t like – and thanks for sharing this.

            The New York Times came out with another good article about the same thing today – so I added it; it wasn’t available yesterday.

            Also, there was an article with the same type of economic information (they haven’t benefited except in the first three months from their incredibly unnecessary extra death toll) in The Economist. I read that in paper form, and it may be behind a paywall.

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          • acflory

            Just read the New York Times article and commented. Thank you so much for speaking out. -hugs-

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  • Alicia Butcher Ehrhardt

    May I boost your post? How would you like to be credited?

    I’ve been saying the Swedes were being cavalier with the vulnerable from the very beginning – hoping I was wrong – but did not think they were this cynical and deliberately hid what they were doing. I can’t believe giving morphine to old people so they wouldn’t APPEAR to be suffering when their relatives visited them.

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