May 2020. John Pospichal was on the ball. Multiple graphs, multiple countries… all telling the same story… leading to obvious, penetrating questions… which politicians and mainstream media were NOT asking.
The extracts below are to encourage you to read Part 1 and Part 2 in full – because the questions make most sense in the context of the graphs.
We now have mortality data for the first few months of 2020 for many countries, and, as you might expect, there were steep increases associated with the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic in each one.
Surprisingly, however, these increases did not begin before the lockdowns were imposed, but after. Moreover, in almost every case, they began immediately after. Often, mortality numbers were on a downward trend before suddenly reversing course after lockdowns were decreed.
This is an astonishing finding. But before I discuss its full import, and pose some questions to those who still defend the utility of lockdowns, I want to present the data that proves it…
You will notice that only after each country (or city) was locked down did the increases begin. Moreover, they began immediately, and in nearly every case, precipitously.
Now let’s examine the data for a few of these countries and cities in greater detail…
Official Australian stats1Archive versions of that page here and here. show 17.1% more deaths than expected in 2021-2022. Here’s their main graph – to which I’ve added southern hemisphere seasons.
Initially the ‘with and without Covid’ approach distracted from the key metric: all-cause deaths (red line).
But, once focused I began comparing the red line to the baseline range (light blue zone)… and recalled something my statistics lecturer in university said: the height of the curve is not as important as the total area under it.
So I found myself wondering:
why did deaths in this particular Australian summer so greatly exceed
the normal summer range and
also that of the previous winter?2The chart’s language and design suggests these summer deaths are Covid related. But since when did respiratory viruses do more harm in summer than winter?!
why are deaths this current winter so much higher than in the previous, less-vaccinated winter?!
why are Australian all-cause deaths trending upwards and not returning to normal seasonal ranges – just like we see in:
… wondering if it’s a good idea to give your kid the COVID shot? I know there’s an ocean of mis/dis/mal/information out there to navigate, so I’ve compiled this handy list of reasons you’ll want to rush your child to the nearest injection site stat.
Friday 1st July, Margaret Anna Alice spoke with the Berlin Corona Investigative Committee about framing, philanthropathy,1A term she coined democide, her “why” questions and their answers.2She ran out of time, but here are her promised notes.
Her WHYs are comprehensive3As are Steve Kirsch‘s. and grouped into four categories:
For months double-jabbed Steve Kirsch has been asking for someone, anyone, to debate him or a member of his team. Offering $1M to help motivate.1I’m sure they could decline or donate the money if they wished.
Winning the debate would be the quickest way to end vaccine-hesitancy. But even if they lost, someone from any of these areas just showing up would be at least reassuring:
Dr. Paul Alexander reminds us of the New York Times piece from February.
The headline message might cause some to question the CDC’s integrity. Potentially helpful from a freedom lovers point of view.
However, the snippet he shared also implies better control of the virus could be achieved and more lives saved if we just had more info. Which is unfortunate. But also possibly deliberate on the part of the newspaper.
Coincidence theorists1Those who see coincidences as merely coincidences – and not evidence of entities conspiring or systemic corruption. will probably enjoy this one.
October 2021, The Association of American Physicians and Surgeons featured an article called Covid Coincidence. In it Marilyn Singleton MD, JD asks some serious rhetorical questions.2Here’s the same article on her own website.
Those who see coincidences as merely coincidences – and not evidence of entities conspiring or systemic corruption.
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