Monthly review March 2020 to May 2023
I follow your substack and appreciate your work to uncover the true statistics to do with Covid and vaxes.
In my reading it seems that deaths blamed on Covid in 2020 were often mislabelled and in fact were due to other primary causes. Some are the iatrogenic hospital murders of patients who tested positive to Covid using the flawed PCR test at high cycles. (the developer of the test said they were unsuited to Coronavirus and he died before 2020). They were treated with the new "covid" treatment protocols that ensured the patients caught Hospital Pneumonia so they could be intubated and given remdesivir to kill them. These deaths are a confounding factor and should be treated as non covid deaths. As the extent of the iatrogenic deaths is concealed it is difficult to put a number to them. It makes your job harder to separate the data properly.
Thanks for all your hard work.
Great info. I documented the surge in excess deaths in the state of Michigan between the first week in March 2020 and May 2nd, 2020. Expected deaths went from negative the week ending right before the lockdowns to more than 75 percent "excess deaths" by mid-April. My question: How is that even possible?
FYI - LinkedIn would be a great platform for you to post this on. I don’t post often on LI, but when I do, i get a surprisingly large amount of DMs from business and healthcare professionals.
Joel, what is the green dotted line in Figure 1? Thanks
Ah ha moment
No it is not a mistake - it is not stupidity - it is not about 5G -- not about $$$... not about Great Resets...
This is INTENTIONAL. And 6 billion are now primed for detonation
This is The Smoking Gun
Joel, looking at the registration data, as invalid as it is, I was always troubled that the mortality towers in the graph presented by ONS sometimes seemed to appear to be altered after a few days from the previous update. I'm aware their releases are provisional data and no doubt some datasets could be late but lining up screenshots from roughly a year apart, it seems that death registrations in some weeks have actually been revised downwards. ONS have assured me they are only using raw data rather than some sort of modelling but barring some sort of unwanted graphical artefact from my adjustments, it doesn't look right. We aren't talking huge amounts but it seems odd. I'm looking into this.
With all due respect, this is one of the most contrived analyses I've ever seen. It is instantly obvious looking at your figures 10, 12, and 14 that what you are saying about this data is misleading. Choosing intervals without regard to where the peaks and valleys actually lie and ignoring the periods in between the peaks obscures the underlying data.
Insinuating that the mortality rate went DOWN in Oct 2020 - Dec 2020 is beyond ridiculous. It is true that the different peaks have different heights for different groups, but all you can say about it is that whatever caused the peak in Apr 2020 was (edit: more or less) severe than whatever caused the peak in Jan 2021.