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Jaw-dropping excess mortality figures from Germany

For months, German MP Martin Sichert (AfD) tried to get hold of data from the German doctors' organisation KBV on sudden and unexpected deaths. Via a diversion, he finally managed to get his hands on the data.

Published: December 17, 2022, 5:41 am

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    What emerged? In Germany, the number of “sudden and unexpected deaths” literally exploded from January 2021. Since 2016, the average was just under 20 per day, but since the beginning of 2021, around 100 people died every day “suddenly and unexpectedly”.

    Sichert sees a link to the mRNA injections. He repeatedly asked for the data, but his requests were invariably denied. Finally, he got the data via a information request. By submitting such a request to government, citizens can ask for more insights into government actions, or into how the government takes a decision.

    The MP shared the data with data expert Tom Lausen, who mapped it. “I was shocked. I was really shocked,” Sichert said in conversation with journalist Alexander Wallasch. “I didn’t expect to see such striking increases. That really shocked me.”

    “We were both very shocked by it. Then we looked to see if something like this had happened in the past, but we found nothing of the sort. We really looked desperately for another reason, but have not found one.”

    “These are insane figures,” Wallasch added, going from 17 to 100 deaths a day. One ends up with 36500 deaths a year. “That’s downright extreme,” Sichert said. “It has really exploded.”

    The number of cases of adverse reactions also went through the roof. In previous years, between 60 000 and 70 000 people had visited a doctor because of an adverse reaction. In 2021, the number shot up to almost 2,5 million.

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