A Kind of Magic

Queen guitarist Brian May contracted covid and needs to believe his triple-vaxx status saved him:

“And I can’t emphasise to you enough: This is not the response that my body would have made on its own. It’s making this response because I’ve had three Pfizer jabs.

“And I beg you, and implore you, to go and get jabbed if you’re not already. Because you need the help.

“I lost one of my very best friends to COVID very early on. In six days it killed him. It could have done me, the last six days, but it didn’t because of the jabs.”

There is no scientific evidence for any of these assertions about his recovery.

May, who suffered a heart attack in 2020, said he wanted to describe the illness for “the few of you out there that haven’t had this now”.

“It’s not too scary. You can get it and if you’re jabbed, you can survive,” he said.

About 99 per cent of people who “get it” can survive and always have, even before vaccines. That’s why the WHO’s official advice hasn’t changed: “Most people infected with the virus will experience mild to moderate respiratory illness and recover without requiring special treatment.” Millionaire May, 74, may be an astrophysicist but he isn’t a rocket scentist:

In nearly nine minutes of videos, May also played a riff on a guitar, revealed his “despair” at seeing people protest against vaccination and instead urged people instead to demonstrate against the UK government, who he accused of dishonesty and greenwashing.

A month ago, anti-greenwasher May was called out on live television for lecturing the nation about global warming while sitting in front of an old-fashioned gas fire.

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3 Responses to A Kind of Magic

  1. Tel says:

    There is no scientific evidence for any of these assertions about his recovery.

    It’s not possible to scientifically measure a single person under two alternative scenarios … however for the whole of the UK population, you can see that COVID deaths are down to about 150 people per day, while this time last year it was closer to 1500 per day (ten times as much). Therefore, something has improved the situation, although many things are changing simultaneously … their cases per day are up, and at an all time high right now, and treatment protocols are slightly better. I guess there’s also survivor bias, in as much as the most vulnerable already got hit last year.

    https://epidemic-stats.com/coronavirus/uk

    May’s advice probably does make sense for older people, although he has no business trying to tell other people how to look after their own health. His advice is totally ridiculous, and dangerous, for children … as we are steadily finding out with unusually large numbers of young healthy people getting strokes and heart attacks.

    May, who suffered a heart attack in 2020 …

    You do have to wonder whether the jab made his heart better or worse … not that there’s any scientific way to test that now, but you know, statistics and that … does seem like more heart problems and blood clot problems around lately … might mean something.

  2. C.L. says:

    …you can see that COVID deaths are down to about 150 people per day, while this time last year it was closer to 1500 per day…

    There’s a big post hoc ergo propter hoc trap there if no allowance is made for endemicity and, consequently, greater natural immunity in the British population.

  3. Shy Ted says:

    It’s a hard life.

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