Cumulative Excess Life Years Lost 2020 to 2022, England & Wales
The COVID cure is worse than the disease.
They say a picture tells a thousand words. So, what does this picture tell you about the safety and efficacy of the COVID vaccine?
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In other words, in every 2021 period, the year of mass vaccination, all-cause weekly excess life-years lost is substantially higher than the relative period in 2020 or 2022 with the exception of the spring when COVID was epidemic in 2020.
“Safe and effective”.
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COVID hit the UK for 8 weeks in April and May 2020, after escaping the gain-of-function lab in Wuhan, and that was it. About 20% of the deaths were due to the government policy response.
COVID took the summer off because it’s a typical seasonal virus.
It came back to finish the job in autumn 2020 and was clearly on its way out by the end of the year.
When mass vaccination started, deaths sky rocketed. COVID variants were blamed but these were caused by the vaccine itself and enjoyed 2 weeks of immunosuppression in the newly vaccinated to really get about and infect the unfortunate unvaccinated too.
The summer of 2021 massive percentage increase in life-years lost is due to vaccine injury of younger cohorts who were never at mortal risk of the virus itself.
Autumn 2021 should have been lower than 2020 due to smaller susceptible population and greater community immunity. Instead, “despite” substantial levels of fully vaccinated population, life-years lost are higher than the prior season without vaccines. Boosters for those who managed to survive the first two doses accounted for the increase.
Finally in the first quarter of 2022, so many vulnerable have died and no-one is being vaccinated for the first time and the younger generations, having seen what happened to the older ones, finally woke up and said fuck the booster so deaths are substantially lower the previous year.
Perhaps most worrying of all, there doesn’t appear to be any let up in excess life-years lost, probably as society counts the cost of the catalogue of monumental public health failures that have caused more damage to public health and the economy than any government intervention in history. By my reckoning, doing absolutely nothing probably would have already saved something approaching 2 million life-years in the UK.