Posted by Richard Willett - Memes and headline comments by David Icke Posted on 14 June 2024

If ‘Covid’ Fake Vaccines Saved 20 Million Lives, Why Did so Few Unvaccinated Die in Winter 2021?

Despite the ‘pandemic response’ being a non-issue in the General Election (all parties were compliant and consequently complicit in the single most disastrous policy ever followed by any Government) the issue of vaccine harms hasn’t entirely gone away. A paper published in the BMJ Public Health journal and covered in a front page piece by Sarah Knapton in the Telegraph gave the issue much needed credence. This was followed by David Davis MP repeating a call for a proper inquiry into excess deaths and a post from Carl Heneghan and Tom Jefferson, published on their Substack Trust the Evidence and reprinted in the Daily Sceptic.

Heneghan and Jefferson state:

Suddenly, it’s okay to question the vaccine narrative. The Lancet estimated that vaccinations prevented 19·8 million excess deaths. Mathematical modelling should not be used to justify the policy — the latest report shows the numbers don’t add up.

Of course, it isn’t only the Lancet that has relied on nonsensical mathematical modelling to justify widespread adoption of mRNA technology. Disappointingly, both Rod Liddle and Fraser Nelson in recent articles published in the Times and Telegraph respectively repeated the farcical claim that the AstraZeneca vaccine saved six million lives. Claims that 500,000 lives were saved by lockdown, that 20 million lives were saved by mRNA vaccines or six million were saved by AstraZeneca all rely on modelling. However, we have real-world data that paint a very different picture.

During part of the winter of 2021-22 the U.K. experienced its last period where Covid accounted for more than 10% of all-cause deaths. The rollout of the vaccines had been completed in the prior autumn, by which point most elderly and vulnerable people (who accounted for the vast majority of Covid deaths) had been vaccinated at least three and in many cases four times.

If Covid vaccines really prevented 20 million deaths and the AstraZeneca vaccine really saved six million lives, then you would assume that during the 2021-22 mini ‘Covid spike’, deaths of the ‘never-vaccinated’ would have increased faster than deaths of the vaccinated.

The fact that this didn’t happen confirms that vaccines didn’t work. Figure 1, in one simple chart, using official U.K. Government data, demonstrates that while Covid deaths spiked in January 2022, all-cause deaths of the ‘never-vaccinated’, rather than increasing, modestly declined (green line). In fact the reduction of all-cause deaths in the never-vaccinated was somewhat more pronounced than that of the vaccinated (red line)!

The data for this chart come from two Government bodies: the ONS report of monthly deaths by vaccine status running from April 1st 2021 to the end of May 2023; and the Office for Health Improvements and Disparities (OHID) showing weekly deaths, spliced and diced in multiple ways, from October 2021 to July 2022.

It’s worth noting that the OHID abandoned its excellent monthly report in December 2023 following its controversial decision to adopt the ONS’s radical change to the ‘expected deaths’ calculation. Prior to this the OHID was showing excess deaths from heart failure, diabetes and cirrhosis running well ahead of the ‘expected’ levels. Yet another change that created distrust in the authorities.

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