Imagine if a vaccine was administered to a large number of people in every age group. Then just a few months later there were millions of excess deaths.
Whilst at the same time, official figures showed mortality rates per 100,000 population were significantly lower among the unvaccinated in every single group than they were in the vaccinated.
This would be a significant cause for concern. Because this scenario would suggest that the vaccine was causing harm to those who received it, rather than protecting them from illness or death.
It would in fact be a catastrophic event that would require a thorough investigation and response.
Unfortunately, the above scenario is not just a hypothetical event. It’s actually playing out in the real world following the roll-out of the Covid-19 injections to millions of people across the world.
Official figures prove that in the ‘Five Eyes’ countries alone there have been nearly 2 million excess deaths since the beginning of 2021.
And in the USA there have been half a million deaths among young adults and children resulting in 118,000 excess deaths since the Covid-19 injections were first administered to the wider population.
Meanwhile, official figures provided by the UK Government prove that mortality rates per 100,000 population are significantly lower among the unvaccinated in every single group than they are in the vaccinated.
This means the Covid-19 vaccines are causing harm to those who received them, rather than protecting them from illness or death.
It is a catastrophic event.
So why isn’t there a thorough investigation and response taking place?
There are a number of possible explanations for this outcome.
It is possible that the Covid-19 vaccines were not adequately tested before they were released, and therefore had unknown side effects or complications that were not discovered until after it was given to a large number of people.
It is also possible that the vaccine was not properly manufactured, and therefore was contaminated or otherwise not effective in preventing illness or death.
Regardless of the specific cause, the implications of what is currently occurring in the real world are significant.
It has called into question the safety and efficacy of vaccines in general and may well lead to a loss of public trust in the medical community and the healthcare system.
We found data on excess deaths for 15% of the world’s countries on the website of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).
The OECD hosts data for countries including the USA, Canada, New Zealand, Australia, the UK and some of Europe.