Aisling O’Loughlin recounts the twists and turns of An Taoiseach’s take on excess deaths.
Excess death figures in Ireland for 2020 were 1,600 above the previous five year average according to RIP.ie data which would reflect a 5% increase. The Covid-19 death count was based on dubious methods, without mentioning the use of midazolam, remdesivir or ventilators that accelerated mortality figures. So far this year, 2023, we’re up nearly 20%, a shocking figure that is being ignored by the mainstream media. With an Irish Covid Inquiry on the way, what excuses will be made for the rise in excess deaths since the roll out of the experimental injections?
Ireland: 5th highest rate in EU
Apologies for the small text on the bar chart. But that’s how it exports from Eurostat.
Centre = average monthly death rate (so excess is 0%).
Left / Right = percentage below / above average.
Eurostat Interactive Tool
Use the interactive tool to select Ireland and compare it with the EU average. As you do I invite you to ponder a question: why aren’t Irish excess deaths coming down in the Summer like they’re supposed to?
Patrick E Walsh goes into more detail on the July figures from Eurostat.
Co. Kilkenny accountant Patrick E Walsh breaks down the Eurostat monthly excess death figures for Ireland which point to a worrying trend since the roll-out of the experimental vaccines.
Aisling O’Loughlin News
More about the Eurostat tool here. There’s also a simpler version on Eurostat (click “Excess Mortality” graphic).
Well done to these people: IrelandExcessDeaths.com