January 31, 2023
Some attention is being brought to bear on their excess mortality rate in the UK. Commentators have been quick to blame the impact of lockdowns, missed diagnosis, delayed treatment and a general failure of the NHS. But Nick Rendell shows the data doesn't support those excuses. Read here: https://dailysceptic.org/2023/01/30/jonathan-sumption-is-wrong-about-excess-deaths/
Heart and cardiovascular failures and diseases by far outweigh all other causes of excess mortality. Rendell writes,
'But while the vaccines aren’t wiping out whole swathes of the population, we know that they can cause heart problems, and it’s heart problems that are the biggest cause of excess deaths. It’s time this was addressed.'
Toby Green and Thomas Fazi have done an analysis of excess deaths across Europe for UnHerd. https://unherd.com/2023/01/why-are-excess-deaths-still-so-high/?tl_inbound=1&tl_groups=18743&tl_period_type=3&mc_cid=48fc9cb5a8&mc_eid=24988e186d
According to EuroMOMO, a European mortality monitoring activity supported by the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO), many European countries are showing elevated levels of excess mortality in all age groups — around 35% above average — and did so throughout 2022. In fact, despite relatively low Covid death rates, overall excess deaths in all age groups in Europe in 2022 were as high as in 2020 and higher than 2021 — even in the oldest cohorts.
Beyond Europe, the situation is much the same: Australia and New Zealand recorded, respectively, 16% and 9% more excess deaths than the historical average in 2022, while in the United States, CDC data shows that the rate of non-Covid excess deaths in the first half of 2022 was even higher than in 2020 or 2021.
In short, a significant number of Western countries are experiencing a surge in excess deaths across all age groups.
After considering all the usual suspects, they conclude:
Finally, there is one possible explanation that has to be considered, at least as a contributing factor for the rise in non-Covid excess deaths: the role of the vaccines, in particular those from Pfizer and Moderna that use the new mRNA technology.
This is a hyper-polarising issue, so let’s start with what we know: the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines are associated with a higher risk of developing myocarditis (heart inflammation), especially in younger males (possibly due to the spike protein generated by the vaccine circulating in the blood), and other serious adverse events such as blood clots. This is confirmed by a number of studies and even by the CDC’s own data. There is quite a lot of variability between the studies, but they appear to suggest that, with young people, the risk from the vaccine may well outweigh the risk from Covid or from post-Covid myocarditis.
This alone should be sufficient reason for parents to refuse the Covid-19 mRNA vaccinations for healthy children, and for all healthy individuals to avoid mRNA vaccine booster shots to avoid the cumulative risks.
While the statistics aren't proof of the link between Covid-19 vaccines and historically high excess mortality rates across the Western world, a recent analysis by Martin Neil, professor of computer science and statistics at Queen Mary University in London, and Norman Fenton, a mathematician and leading expert on risk assessment and statistics — do show a statistically significant correlation between vaccination rates and excess mortality.
To what extent the mRNA vaccines contributed to the historically high excess mortality rates we just don't know.
But we shall never know for sure if we don’t start asking these uncomfortable questions — especially when our politicians and public-health experts seem reluctant to do so themselves.
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