Soaring Excess Mortality Rates Globally, Common Factor = Global Mass Vaccination

Media is claiming it’s the lock down measures. Ya know the ones the “champions of freedom” on the fake left as well as the media cheered on?

I don’t doubt this is a factor, BUT, lock downs were applied differently depending on nation states. The one consistency, the elephant in the room, the media refuses to mention is the global jab push.

Excess mortality in all weeks of July and June 2022

In the last week of July (week 30, 25 to 31 July 2022 inclusive), the estimated number of deaths stood at 3,200. This is slightly higher than in the previous week (3,144) and more than was expected for this period. There were altogether 1,350 more deaths than expected in July, with excess mortality in all of the weeks.

Mortality was up mainly among long-term care recipients and people aged 80 and over. Statistics Netherlands (CBS) reports this based on the latest provisional weekly mortality figures.

The mortality figures for July cover four weeks, namely weeks 27 through 30 (4 to 31 July 2022 inclusive). In each of these weeks, mortality was higher than expected and fell outside the usual range of fluctuations, resulting in excess mortality. Excess mortality was also recorded in all weeks of June. In that month, on average almost 225 more deaths than expected were recorded each week; by July, this had increased to 340.

The most jabbed are those dying enmasse in long term care- Must just be a coincidence, right?

In the whole of July, 800 more deaths than expected were recorded among long-term care recipients. Excess mortality was recorded in each consecutive week of July. Among the rest of the population, there were around 550 more deaths in July than expected. Mortality fell within the range of usual fluctuations in each week except in week 30.

Silent crisis of soaring excess deaths gripping Britain is only tip of the iceberg

For 14 of the past 15 weeks, England and Wales have averaged around 1,000 extra deaths each week, none of which are due to Covid. …

If the current trajectory continues, the number of non-Covid excess deaths will soon outstrip deaths from the virus this year – and be even more deadly than the omicron wave.

So what is going on? Experts believe (hold (something) as an opinion; think or suppose) decisions taken by the Government in the earliest stages of the pandemic may now be coming back to bite.

Some of these excess deaths might be lock down linked, however, there is no reason to exclude or think the experimental mRna ‘therapeutic’ never ending jab chicken hasn't come home to roost! It would be absurd to exclude the global jab campaign

Prof Carl Heneghan, the director of the Centre for Evidence Based Medicine at Oxford University, said excess deaths began to increase noticeably from around the end of April. ( More than a year into the jab fest) They have stayed high compared with the past seven years. 

“The signals in the data suggest something is not quite right,” he said. “Sustained rises in deaths should trigger an investigation that may involve accessing the raw data on death certificates, a random sample of medical notes or analysing autopsies.

“I feel there is a lack of clear thinking at the moment and, when it comes to people’s health and wellbeing, you can’t wait – it’s unacceptable.”

Or is their just a lack of political will??

Huge numbers of the excess deaths appear to be happening at home, with 681 recorded in the latest release by the Office for National Statistics on Tuesday – 28.1 per cent above what would usually be expected. 

In June excess mortality in the EU was just +6 percent on average— a year and a half into the mass global jab campaign

Excess mortality in the EU decreased to +6% in June 2022 from +7% in May and +11% in April.

Mortality is higher now then during the full blown ‘pandemic’

Elephant in the room is the global jab roll out!

4 replies on “Soaring Excess Mortality Rates Globally, Common Factor = Global Mass Vaccination”

Wasn’t Italy also fully vaccinated ?

If so they should have something similar to spain or atleast north europe?

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