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Date: Fri, 19 Feb 2021 07:54:03 +0000
Subject: Freedom of Information request - Covid19
From: Adrian McErlean <>
To: FOI requests at NILGA <>

Dear Northern Ireland Local Government Association,

Do you acknowledge that covid19 is not a HCID according to this official government website because its has a low mortality rate and low infection rate

Do you also acknowledge that the PCR tests are being run at the wrong cycles. The higher the cycles means up to 80% false positives. Keeping PCR cycles high is keeping us in lockdown. Anything above 30cycles is useless. You run them at 40/45cycles( hard to find officialfigures). The WHO the BMJ dr fauci the inventor of the pcr and thousands of doctors worldwide have all admitted the cycle rate should be 25cycles

What cycle rate is the PCR run at? If you don't know shouldn't you find out?

Do you acknowledge that calling covid19 coronavirus is a plan to keep us in lockdown. Coronavirus was first described in the 60s and the flu and common cold is part of the coronavirus family

Do you acknowledge that the death rates caused by Covid19 have been exaggerated. To keep us scared and in lockdown. Going by the percentage of population 2020 was the 9th highest in 20yrs.

Do you acknowledge there's a difference between dying FROM covid19 and dying WITH covid19. Again this is designed to scare us the people and keep us in lockdown.

Do you acknowledge this covid19 lockdown from the start was about vaccinating the people with a new untested vaccine that bill gates is pushing.

Yours faithfully,

Adrian McErlean


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