The jab: Excess mortality in Germany went “through the roof” in 2022

The statement

From the beginning of April 2021 onwards – the start of the vaccination campaign – excess mortality suddenly increases continuously up to the youngest age groups and is no longer compensated by phases of a mortality deficit. That is, other than before, the observed excess mortality no longer represents a pull-forward effect where the highly vulnerable people die some months earlier than expected. In addition, the number of stillbirths is increasing at the same time. Nine months later, a massive and sustained decrease in live births is observed.

As an analysis of the courses of excess mortality and COVID deaths shows, this cannot be explained by COVID deaths, here is the corresponding result figure:

From February 2021 onwards, the excess mortality curve decouples from the COVID deaths curve. Despite a phase of a significant mortality deficit, a high number of so-called “COVID deaths” are still being reported, which raises great doubts about the validity of the “COVID death” diagnosis. Apparently, this diagnosis was often used for deaths that would have died at the same time regardless of “COVID”. From September 2021 onwards, excess mortality starts to be higher than the number of COVID deaths, and in 2022, excess mortality went through the roof while the number of COVID deaths progressively decreased.

On the other hand, the parallelism between the excess mortality curve and the vaccination curve is striking. Here is the corresponding result figure:

The source

Professors Christof Kuhbandner and Matthias Reitzner, Excess Mortality in Germany 2020-2022

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posted on Daily Clout on 10 February by Josh Guetzklow, reposted on Telegram by Ed Dowd

My take on it

As in Australia, so too in Germany. Of course.

The findings show that deadly side effects of COVID-19 vaccinations are not extreme exceptional cases.

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