Excess deaths from COVID-19 vaccines log 30% increase compared to pre-pandemic average

Rising mortality in many countries despite the fast rollout of Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccines points to a link between infections and the vaccines, suggesting that vaccinations come as a part of the depopulation agenda.

While evidence remains circumstantial, it is compelling all the same. For instance, rising mortality rates can be seen in many countries that launched mass vaccination campaigns in the past year. Scotland’s public health daily dashboard showed that its weekly excess deaths logged a 30 percent increase on the five-year pre-pandemic average. Even excluding COVID-19 deaths, they are still almost 20 percent above normal.

The same thing can be seen in many of the countries that launched their own vaccination campaigns, including Germany, Denmark, Finland, Norway, Ireland, the United Kingdom and Israel.

What’s more disturbing is that the vaccines particularly target the young. An adverse event database for the World Health Organization recorded over 41 percent of the 2.4 million vaccine injuries reported to be among those people under the age of 44.

Whenever mass vaccinations took place, mortality has also risen, mostly from heart attacks, strokes, blood clots, circulatory diseases or neurological issues. These are the same vaccine-induced ailments that physicians and scientists warned about the COVID-19 vaccines. Cerebrovascular, cardiac and circulatory ailments did not suddenly appear in 2021.

Simply put, vaccines are increasing fatalities and not reducing them. They are also perpetuating the crisis, not ending it. Moreover, more people died this year of the COVID-19 than in 2020. According to Johns Hopkins University, COVID killed over 353,000 people in the United States in 2020, but the number has increased to 390,000 in 2021.

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