Opening testimony of Denis Rancourt at the Canadian National Citizen Inquiry
If you had to sum up Rancourt’s testimony, this slide pretty much does it.
There aren’t that many polymaths out there anymore, especially not in this age of hyper specialization. So, it’s hard to recognize and appreciate them when we come across them.
Denis Rancourt is a bona-fide polymath.
In the clip I cut out and put in the masthead, I want to highlight the breadth and depth of his expertise and knowledge. To my mind, he is one of the most important voices today in the dissident movement, if not the most important.
His opening testimony is essential viewing in my opinion, it’s just under an hour with an interesting and at times very important Q&A.
His testimony comes with this 894-page book of exhibits.
You can watch his full testimony here:
As he says in his testimony, he has focused on the cleanest data, mortality. It is the data point that is least susceptible to corruption, bias and manipulation. I think it’s fair to call Denis the world’s leading expert on excess mortality, and its explanations, during the GMC.
At the beginning and at the end, when he is asked his opinion on “Why did they do this?” he refers to his 2019 geopolitical report, which I have written about here. I cannot recommend that report highly enough.
I’m not going to write about his testimony here, I just wanted to help increase awareness of it, but I will circle back and cover some of the specific topics he covers such as Australia, India and Dose Fatality by Age Group.
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