I am going to include some tables and graphs in this presentation, easily understood ones. I asked myself yesterday morning about the number of deaths (only in the US, not worldwide) during the Sars-COV-2 (Covid-19) pandemic. There was a time when pandemics were defined by “excess deaths,” but oddly that definition was replaced before Covid with the following:
[An] outbreak of infectious disease that occurs over a wide geographical area and that is of high prevalence, generally affecting a significant proportion of the world’s population, usually over the course of several months.
Deaths are no longer a factor in pandemics. I think that is odd. We generally define past pandemics by excess deaths.
- For instance, the Black Plague (1347-1351) is said to have killed 75-200 million people, all of the deaths “excess”, devastating Europe. It was not an ongoing die-off, but rather an event that significantly affected populations.
- The Spanish Flu, wrongly attributed to a “deadly virus”**, is said to have caused 20-50 million deaths. The primary victims were young adults, and so the deaths were certainly “excess’. These young people would probably have gone on to live and die at normal ages from normal causes.
But what if for each of these events the population trends were left intact, no excess deaths, just a relabeling of deaths that were happening anyway, usually elderly people with comorbidities. Could we then say that Black Death and Spanish Flu were really “pandemics”? No!
That in mind I am going to demonstrate some population trends in the U.S., that along with some fakery courtesy of the Centers for Disease Control.
It is kind of hard to make that out, I realize. It is a remarkable tool that can be accessed here, but above is just a screen grab. I urge you go play with it yourself, as it is interactive. The important takeaway is this: The US has enjoyed steady population growth since 1844 forward, and accelerating again in 1900. (The graph measures population in terms of current borders.)
So the loss of 1,048,989 people to a “pandemic” is not going to cause a blip on this graph. It is too vast a picture. That number I just cited, 1,048,989 comes from CDC, so take it with a school-bus size grain of salt. The organization as whole is corrupt, even as within its ranks are honest people doing honest research.
Is there a better way of looking at the numbers? CDC also keeps track of total deaths, the rate of death (per one thousand), and the growth rate of deaths per year. But there are also numbers available from the UN on the same topic, and they are at odds. (EOY = End of Year):
That is pretty straightforward. It comes from CDC, but there is another source of data available, the United Nations as gathered by Macrotrends, a market research analysis group. First, the basics as provided by Macrotrends (“Death Rate” is the number of deaths per 1,000 population; “Growth Rate” is the annual growth in the rate of deaths from the previous year):
Note that the growth in the death rate from 2019 to 2021 has gone down. This should not be during a pandemic. But Macrotrends adds the following:
NOTE: All 2020 and later data are UN projections and DO NOT include any impacts of the COVID-19 virus.
Why would that be? Why say we want accurate statistics on everything except Covid-19? Something is fishy here.
Finally, I have taken the death rate from Macrotrends and applied it against the US population for the years in question (“Deaths” are those reported by CDC):
The “Excess” is that of CDC over Macrotrends. If you can follow what I did there, I calculated deaths using the Macrotrends deaths per one thousand, and applied that against the population. That last column is critical. It totals 779,540. That is the difference between CDC and Macrotrends (UN), and can only be for one reason: Covid-19. Those are the deaths that Macrotrends says it is ignoring, for unstated reasons.
Since CDC’s official death tally from Covid-19 is 1,048,989 (last I looked), there are 269,449 deaths unaccounted for. I can only imagine that it would be attributable to 2022, which I have not used since data trails by a few months (so it would be useless). But incidentally, 2022 is the year of the vaccine, and a year in which, so far, 55,000 Covis-19 deaths have been reported by CDC. Notice I say that they have “been reported”, and not that they have actually occurred.
There’s a whole ‘nuther path of research I could go down, that of deaths from specific causes, like heart ailments and respiratory disease. Have you noticed that cold and flu season is no longer reported? I elected to stay with the big picture, but would be happy to publish any research others come up with. Either link me to it, or do the research for yourself.
- Macrotrends, a large company with a staff highly trained in statistics and data gathering, decided not to deal with Covid-19 in its accounting for US deaths in the years 2020 and 2021. Why? It makes no sense. Does its client base not care about that? Do these deaths not count?
- CDC’s numbers vary and are at odds with those put forth by Macrotrends (sourced from UN), and the difference, 779,540 deaths, must be from Covid, which Macrotrends openly says it does not count, while CDC does. Why? Makes no sense.
- Even with a reconciliation of CDC versus Macrotrends, we are still missing 269,449 deaths, which would have to be accounted for by Covid-19 deaths, January to August, 2022, But that death toll is only 55,000, according to CDC. We are still missing 214,449 deaths, a discrepancy between UN (Macrotrends’ source) and CDC.
Why does Macrotrends use the UN rather than CDC? Why do they disavow any knowledge of deaths from Covid-19? My own conclusion is based on what I know in 30+ months of data gathering and research, my own and by many others: We never established the existence of a virus. Therefore we knew the pandemic was fake. CDC’s job is to make shit up, and make it look real. The UN agency from which Macrotrend sourced its data is not so burdened, and can report honest results for its corporate clients (who would definitely want to know about Covid-19 deaths!)
Macrotrends shows us the death rate from 2018 forward (actually, from 1950 froward if anyone is interested), and what we find is that there are no “excess” deaths, and that the rate of growth of the rate of deaths for the period in question, 2018-2021, actually dropped. Some pandemic that was.
Someone is lying. My guess: The Centers for Disease Control.
** Actual cause: Oddly, they do not know and are not studying the matter.