Igor Eydman

Impending disaster that can not sweep under the rug.

Long been known to Russian statistics (both official and sociological) gives information about the real situation, and that it is now necessary authorities. It is possible to follow the intricate twists and turns of Kremlin policy.

A month ago, the Kremlin tried to conceal the epidemic, which interfered with plans to hold a vote on the amendments and the jubilee of victorious Orgy. As a result, despite the obvious facts, the Russian statistics recorded only a single disease, and only the guests from abroad.

Then it became clear that the impending catastrophe that cannot sweep under the rug. From Grand plans had to be abandoned. Power change on the go and decided to turn trouble to his advantage. Under the pretext of the epidemic, they began hastily to build in Russia a digital concentration camp in the Chinese sample (the dream of Putin’s KGB). To justify repressive measures, the threat of epidemic, Russian statistics show a significant number of cases (in reality, they are likely even more).

However, the authorities are trying to demonstrate to the population that cope with the epidemic better than in other countries. This requires a low mortality statistics in relation to the number of infected. It is now and paint. How? Yes, just in most cases write that the person died not from coronavirus, and chronic diseases, which, if not Cowed, could live many more years.

Here is the latest example. The famous scientist and journalist Sergey Medvedev writes. “Died of coronavirus my close relative. 80 years, bilateral pneumonia, 2 weeks on a ventilator, cavenee Department of the hospital, the doctors on the phone confirmed our diagnosis. Look at the death certificate: “congestive heart failure, chronic coronary artery disease”. For information: aunt’s heart was not ill, the doctors observed, no Chronicles were not. This is the question of statistics, mortality, mortality and our smart disputes with hundredths of a cent in his hands.”

Igor Eydman, Facebook