Reexamining excess deaths during peak lockdown
Big and Important story here. Really, this is a massive scandal. When we talk about "crimes against humanity," 30,000 unnecessary deaths qualifies. Thanks for your research. I actually think your findings tie into my research into "early spread." One argument often cited to debunk "early spread" is that it wasn't happening because we didn't see all the deaths in, say, January 2020, that we saw in April 2020. Well, your evidence strongly suggests that most of these spikes in deaths probably didn't have anything to do with a new virus. Instead, they had everything to do with mass-panic and massive use of awful and toxic medical protocols in hospitals. Keep up the good work!
My SIL (over 60) barely survived the vent and remdisivir. Covid wouldn’t have killed her but the vent and run-death-is-near almost did.
The comment from the doctor was ominous. They used the vents to keep Covid patients from breathing out on other people including the healthcare providers. That was not medical treatment at all. Fear created the manslaughter. The WEF, Democrat opportunists, propaganda psychologists, and their media created the fear. They killed these people.
There are never any coincidences… the “hysteria” over ventilators was tied to the financial reimbursement systems that the medical establishments in those states were receiving…. Then you can look into the topic of importing ventilators from China that weren’t even functioning! It is a crime that beggars the imagination: bioengineer a virus that targets the sick & elderly, incentivize hospitals to use deadly therapies (ventilators & remdesivir), suppress effective therapies, all while making a fortune & transferring even more wealth into the hands of a select few. The blood of millions is on the hands of these apex parasites.
I believe my research into "early spread" ties into the subject Michael focusses on today. My conclusion is that early spread was definitely happening. Skeptics of my conclusion respond with this question: "Well, why weren't we seeing all the deaths we saw in April months earlier?" I think Michael's story today gives us a big part of that answer. It wasn't the virus suddenly exploding in certain cities that explains the spike in deaths. The virus hadn't changed. What changed was the protocols in the hospitals - and the mass panic that ensued after the lockdowns.
Here's my Substack article from today that gives even more evidence that "early spread" was happening - across America, going back to September 2019 if not even earlier. This story summarizes the responses of 150 Americans who contacted me, telling me why they think they DID have Covid some time in 2019. Significantly, six of these citizens later got positive antibody results which I believe would "confirm" they did have this virus ... if CDC virus sleuths would just "investigate" their claims ... which they won't do ... which is a giant "tell" to me.
One way to reduce crime is to let the criminals describe the crimes. Nothing to see here folks. Move along. Iatrogenesis is always underestimated because it's under reported, and never by the perpetrators. We need to rely on litigation to drag it out of them. Medical practice needs independent monitoring of outcomes, or auditors, to get more honest analysis. If every adverse outcome got an automatic discount, the medics would be much more honest, and more careful.
Then add midazolam to the mix.
It has become clear that the early medical protocol that was put forth for C19 made the condition worse. As stated here the protocol came from the WHO. Why? How? To fight back I think our only hope is to sue for malpractice? Civil courts are the way forward in my view. We can't have this global clusterf*ck again. We need people with cool heads who are trained and we cannot rely on one either compromised or incompetent organization setting health policies for the entire world.
Your work here investigating the months of March and April 2020 are very important. Thanks for the effort.
Brutal intubation; hospitalisation was the one thing that seemed to be out of control in UK...
Yes - at least that many. Given the known pathophysiology of this disease, use of ventilators was irrational. This was well known and well documented. It was basically a death sentence. Those who survived the ventilator 'treatment' aka torture did so more by good luck than good management.
Only 30,000? I would've thought there'd have been more. Honestly, didn't people like Ferguson predict millions due to overcrowded hospitals? Oh wait, the hospitals weren't overcrowded... Probably still a conservative estimate :(
Good post, Michael. I'll come back to it with more comments later today, but first, a reminder to all:
"Hospitals and doctors do get paid more for Medicare patients diagnosed with COVID-19 or if it's considered presumed they have COVID-19 absent a laboratory-confirmed test, and THREE TIMES MORE IF THE PATIENTS ARE PLACED ON A VENTILATOR [emphasis mine] to cover the cost of care and loss of business resulting from a shift in focus to treat COVID-19 cases."
thank you Michael !
it would be also worth checking how many people were silently euthanized at home and in care homes
in France this is quite striking as most of excess deaths come from 2 regions, where Paris region is the sinister champion of spring 2020
poeple were sent to hospitals to basically get killed, but notice also the excess deaths in deaths at home and in care homes
see evolution of daily deaths from all causes by region and by place of death
IDF is the great paris region, hospice ou ehpad = care homes, logement = home
you can further see here that it was mostly the elders, 60 and above who got "targeted"...
We think we're so scientifically advanced and yet in our state-of-the-art hospitals we're still treating people with things that kill them just like in medieval times.
Brilliant. Can you try to get this published in the Boston Globe, NY Post, Newark Star Ledger, and Hartford Courant? You can at least try. Or perhaps a billboard campaign?
An interesting statistic would be to look at how many people died of covid in the hospital versus died of covid at home. I only heard of one story where someone with covid died alone (pre-vax) - and the press made a huge deal of it because it was someone who was in denial that covid was "real". Of course, how many died who could have been kept alive with early treatment - gee, there's only 40 treatments being studied and the only two that are currently approved in the US are both toxic and ineffective. c19early.com
The lack of reliable numbers for every bit of the scamdemic - not just for vents - is very deliberate. However, as the truth is pouring out now, it is impossible to hide.
But given our 2-tiered system of justice & the fact that the worst of the worst are not just walking the streets but still in front of the cameras doesn’t give me much hope.
I am defiantly jab-free but came down w/ WuFlu pneumonia in Dec 2021. Was pretty sick for a month, had to be on portable home O2 24/7 & inhaled steroids for 2 weeks & I’ve never been so scared - that I would wind up in the hospital where they would kill me for sure w/ vent, Remisdevir or both. I managed to stay out, thank God.