Posted by Gareth Icke Posted on 5 August 2020

Ireland’s Non Existent Pandemic: Did Lockdown Kill Four Times More People Than the Flu?

Despite what the Irish health authorities and the Government are claiming, 1750 people did not die of Corona flu in Ireland. The real figure is closer to 225.

In June an analysis of the General Register’s Office death registration figures revealed that the official pandemic story was full of holes; with death rates similar to previous years.

On July 3rd Government agency, Health Information Quality Authority (HIQA) admitted that Corona fatalities were overestimated – exaggerated by 60%.

A Central Statistics Office report published on the same day proved to be equally revealing and further undermined the official pandemic narrative.

Reporting on deaths in Ireland from January 1st 2020 up until June 30th, the CSO note: “Excess mortality for the period was 1,072.”

Excess deaths are additional fatalities above what
would normally be expected to occur anyhow, and are attributed to everything from bad winter weather to
seasonal flu.

Excess deaths are a regular occurrence and the figures for this year are comparable to January 2018 and 2017.

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