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 IrelandExcessDeaths.com and RIPcounties.ie1Each site use different methods of counting RIP.ie death notices. Hence some slight variance in their numbers. But the trends they identify are the same.
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