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Germany sees rise in excess mortality in Covid-19 vaccination year

The German Federal Statistical Office reported an excess mortality rate of 10 percent above the mean value for previous years in Germany. The mainstream is silent on this increase.

Published: October 24, 2021, 1:34 pm

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    The Ministry of Health only gave a meaningless answer to journalist Boris Reitschuster’s question about the shocking statistics. There were fewer Covid-19 deaths, they announced instead. The fact is: Vaccination critics expected this development.

    For months there have been increasing reports of the high mortality in old people’s homes after vaccination appointments or an increase in intensive care patients due to vaccination. However, they are difficult to prove, as they are mostly based on hearsay and small samples. Data protection and medical confidentiality usually prevent gleaning direct evidence.

    But there is now an increase in total mortality that cannot be denied. The increase in deaths may not yet constitute solid evidence, because, as statistics expert Thorsten Wiethölter pointed out, the data on the age structure are missing for more precise conclusions.

    But this is how the German government explained excess mortality: By saying nothing at all. When Reitschuster asked the German government how they explained excess mortality, he also raised the question of whether it could be the “Israel effect”. By this he meant the observed increase in intensive care patients after the start of the vaccination campaign.

    The answer of the spokeswoman for Health Minister Jens Spahn (CDU) was: The government does not explain the excess mortality and it does not care, because “Covid-19 deaths have decreased”.

    Parissa Hajebi replied for Spahn: “It is the case that statistics on excess mortality cannot be interpreted in real time. The comparison data is missing for this. The number of Corona deaths has decreased significantly. That is also a very good development.”

    The mainstream media became exalted when Spain vaccinated itself “to the top of the world”. Spain is indeed at the “top”, namely the number one in excess mortality.

    In Great Britain a report by the Telegraph shook things up, with doctors observing an increase in illnesses and deaths. They justified this with the “misguided Corona policy”.

    On the other hand, because of vaccine damage to the immune system, more people are also getting viral diseases such as the flu, which in turn also leads to an increase in deaths.

    Not only has mortality increased in Germany since the start of the vaccination campaign, but children and adolescents are increasingly filling Germany’s intensive care units. At the Paul Ehrlich Institute (PEI), three deaths after vaccination and a large number of heart infections were registered in the first three weeks after the STIKO recommendation for vaccinating children. The three children who died in the first few weeks after the onset of the children’s vaccinations are said to have suffered fatal pulmonary embolisms, bleeding and multiple organ failure, as well as circulatory shock.

    The government and the mainstream are also silent on this. And the Paul Ehrlich Institute has also been silent on the causes. As reported by Russia Today, the PEI has not yet issued a further safety report since their first one – that is, for a whole three months so far.

    Apparently vaccination side effects and vaccination deaths are not that important as far as the government is concerned. After all, German health authorities maintain that anyone who dies from vaccinations or a weakened immune system can no longer die from Covid-19. And according to the statement of the Spahn spokeswoman, this is ultimately a success.

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