Irish Central Statistics Office did not project this amount of death

“… a mortality projection produced by the CSO immediately after the 2016 census when they would have had the exact up to date age and sex profile of the population and relevant actuarial data…

The 2021 to 2023 figures (in red) are rounded estimates based on figures as per …

As you can see, the CSO pretty much nailed it for 2017 to 2020 (Scamdemic Year) but then things go horribly off kilter from 2021 onwards.

2021 just happens to be year the Covid 19 mRNA vaccines were rolled out…

Patrick E. Walsh

Ireland excess mortality @ 10.4% for November 2023

Phone or tablet? Tap the ‘hamburger’ menu. Desktop? Click the down arrow. Theo select Ireland to compare with EU average.

Tap on or near a dot to show that month’s info.

Tipp Today: Patrick E Walsh debunks that OECD report and the forthcoming ‘Official Ireland’ Covid ‘review’

In his interview Patrick mentions some links. He has provided them on his Substack.

There’s red flags and questions

Did the report use the most appropriate figures to base calculations on?

Is the hyping of the report preparing the public for what the official COVID review is going to find?

Are the three years 2020, 2021 and 2022 being lumped together to disguise the facts that

  • 2020 saw just some hundreds of more deaths than 2019 (but politicians, experts, TV, radio and newspapers gave the opposite impression)
  • 2021 saw c 3,000 more deaths than 2020 (but politicians, experts, TV, radio and newspapers did not highlight that)
  • 2022 saw even more deaths again than 2021 (but politicians, experts, TV, radio and newspapers again, did not highlight)…

Explore the figures yourself on and 1Each site use different methods of counting death notices. Hence some slight variance in their numbers. But the trends they identify are the same.

Related: Tipp Today. Is There hope? OECD: no excess deaths in Ireland 2020-2022

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    Each site use different methods of counting death notices. Hence some slight variance in their numbers. But the trends they identify are the same.

IRELAND: excess mortality @ 17.8% for October

“The carnage continues for Ireland to an orchestra of silence…

Patrick E. Walsh

Phone or tablet user? Tap the ‘hamburger’ menu. On desktop click the down arrow. Theo select Ireland to compare. Tap on or near a dot to show that month’s info.

‘Official Ireland’ won’t acknowledge the fact of Eurostat excess deaths because to do so would be an admission to a problem they caused and an embarassment…

“I will continue to publish and comment on these monthly Eurostat releases because they pound home the truth of what is happening from official sources but also because to stop now would allow the complacent to think the problem is going away.

Patrick E. Walsh

Excess Deaths Varadkar

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 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?

Aisling O’Loughlin

Eurostat excess mortality updated to July, 2023

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.

Ireland’s Excess Deaths – on American radio

Sept 10th, Robert Morningstar and Seán Ó’Nualláin co-hosted a conversation with Patrick E. Walsh covering excess deaths in Ireland and more.

Some of the websites mentioned:

I’ve edited out some breaks and ended the recording when the host moves on to the Maui fire. If you want to hear the full 2-hour original you can find it in the Revolution Radio Archives1Once logged in to the archive go to

What ambulances show us

Here are four authors presenting ambulance call out data which show (yet again) that the official COVID narrative is flawed.

1. Oisín Page – about Dublin

Dublin City Council ambulance datasets show:

  • 2020 was a quiet year, despite a ‘deadly’ virus rampaging amongst us. You may remember the media announcing death tolls for months on end that year. With that much death attributed to COVID-19 why do the Dublin ambulance statistics show less call outs during that time instead of more?
  • things seem to be worsening since Quarter 2, 2021. Particularly striking for me is the change in seasonal patterns – with Summer and Autumn Call Outs reaching Winter levels.

The graph above shows the total Call Outs, per month, for all categories of “Criticality” combined:

  • (A) Alpha = Non serious or life threatening
  • (B) Bravo = Serious not life threatening urgent
  • (C) Charlie = Serious not life threatening immediate
  • (D) Delta = Life threatening other than cardiac or respiratory arrest
  • (E) Echo = Life threatening Cardiac or respiratory arrest
  • (O) Omega = Minor illness or injury
  • Null / Not Classed

I won’t flood you here with graphs for each of those categories – especially as the changes in most are not all that remarkable.1If curious, you can explore them in my spreadsheet (.ODS, 60MB). But one category stands out:

From Autumn 2021 onward “Life-threatening Cardiac or respiratory” Call Outs are generally above normal seasonal levels… and the jump up for December 2022 is remarkable.

Oisín: the Aug-Sept 2016 jump may be due to reclassification of type D call outs which show an unusual drop at that time. That, plus other oddities in the pre-2016 datasets, suggest those older datasets are less reliable. So they were discounted.

What happens in January 2023?

The datasets I found contained 2 or 3 years in each document. If Dublin City Council keep that publishing pattern, we may have to wait until 2025 to find out what happened in 2023 and 2024.

My spreadsheet (.ODS, 60MB) | Dublin City Council ambulance datasets

2. Patrick E. Walsh – about Ireland

The ‘Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest Register’ (OHCAR) reports annually to the National Ambulance Service of Ireland on cardiac incidents measured as per their annual report…

The highlights are as follows:

  • 2021 EMS Cardio Incidents are 21.2% up on 2020
  • 2021 EMS Cardio Incidents are 13.3% up on 2019
  • The rate per 100k population has increased accordingly
  • Interestingly, the median age in 2021 has fallen to 67 after 4 years at 68…
Patrick E. Walsh

Full article here.

3. Byram Bridle – about Alberta

If COVID-19 Was so Horrific and the ‘Vaccines’ Were so Effective, This Should Show Up in Emergency Medical Services Data, Shouldn’t It?

I drew red lines over the years 2019, 2020, 2021, and 2022 to indicate the mean call volume for each. I only focused on emergency calls (the black bars) since they are the ones that people are most concerned about. Once again, the call volume for emergency medical services dropped in 2020 and then increased in 2021-2022. This is further evidence that contradicts the idea that paramedics were busier than ever in 2020, but then relieved of the excessive workload once most people were coerced into getting COVID-19 shots.

Dr. Byram Bridle

Full article here. Also articles here and here.

4. Jessica Hockett – about New York

… Contrary to the impression given to the public, emergency department visits dropped by as much as 60% in this period (Figure 4); ambulance arrivals to hospitals decreased by 29% (Figure 5)…

… 5,300 additional deaths occurring at home … are corroborated by a 285% increase in patients pronounced dead at the point of ambulance dispatch pickup (Figure 7). Most of this increase was heart-related deaths– an inevitable consequence of telling people to stay away from hospitals for anything that wasn’t potentially a severe symptom of Covid.

Full article here. See also her discussion with JJ Couey and presentation to PANDA.

Patrick E Walsh: Eurostat figures

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: