One of the biggest scandals that the news media is deliberately ignoring is the sharp increase in all-cause mortality in every country that heavily vaccinated its citizenry against COVID. Every country across the board that tracks all-cause mortality is reporting a 5% increase in deaths at a minimum. This increase only began after the vaccine rollout.
Skeptics will yell at you if you cite this statistic, claiming “Correlation is not causation!” (Whatever that means.) But what other explanation is there? The latest dataset comes from the Netherlands, where a computer scientist has analyzed all of his country’s publicly available death data.
Scientist Andre Redert has published his findings on the all-cause mortality (ACM) in 340 Dutch cities before and after the pandemic. (His full paper is published at ResearchGate.) His findings confirm that the Netherlands has seen a 5% increase in all-cause mortality since the vaccine rollout.
One thing to always keep in mind when you hear statistics like this is that all-cause mortality DID NOT increase in 2020, despite COVID being a thing. ACM only increased in countries starting in 2021 – after the vaccine rollout.
Redert found that in the cities with the highest vaccination rates, all-cause mortality is now higher. The increase was less pronounced in cities that had fewer vaccinations. So, we ask the vaccine fanatics again: If it’s not the vaccines causing this, what is it?
Statistics from the European Union published on July 28th show that there were 8,000 excess deaths across all of Europe during the third week in July. Multiply that by 52 weeks and the EU could see 416,000 excess deaths this year.
74% of the Netherlands’ population has had at least one vaccine dose, and 69% have been double dosed with mRNA shots from Pfizer and Moderna. Almost every city that Redert studied has a vaccination rate between 70% and 90%. Therefore, the differences between cities were fairly miniscule. It’s the national data that should have people worried.
A 5% jump in ACM is no small matter. All-cause mortality is calculated in nations based on a five-year average. This makes it easier to track dramatic changes to ACM. If you have a 5% jump in all-cause mortality (or more), it means something is going seriously wrong in your country. Health officials should be taking notice and investigations should be launched.
A 5% increase in ACM is not something that happens in modern Western nations. We have clean drinking water, electricity, air conditioning and fossil fuels. Your country’s all-cause mortality rate should stay fairly stable over time, unless your nation is in a very big war. A 5 to 10% jump in ACM is something that every news channel should be talking about around the clock until we get to the bottom of it.
Redert notes that the data as he has analyzed it does not necessarily mean that the COVID shots are the cause. But his date does prove that the correlation exists. It’s real. A lot more people are dying since the rollout of the vaccines than were dying before. If our own public health officials ever get around to publishing our ACM statistics for 2021, a 5% increase would translate to about 175,000 excess deaths for last year. That’s a lot of people dying, over and above the number of people that die in a normal year. The potential 416,000 extra deaths in the European Union would be a lot of extra deaths too.
Redert even subtracted COVID deaths out of the data and the 5% increase was still there for the Netherlands. COVID is not causing the increase in deaths. We can’t blame the increase in deaths in 2021 on Putin, because he didn’t invade Ukraine until 2022.
So, what is causing this? Is there something in the drinking water? Something in the air? Something in the food supply? We are all ears, vax fanatics. Please let us know what’s causing all-cause mortality to increase, if it’s not the vaccines. We promise to listen closely and give careful consideration to what you say. We’re eager to hear your theories on this grave public health emergency. What’s causing so many more people to die than in a normal year?