Excess deaths have been increasing at a higher rate than during the peak of the COVID pandemic. Specifically, there has been a 40% increase in deaths among a certain age group during the third quarter of 2021.
The Life Expectancy in the US Has Significantly Decreased, Which Is Alarming
According to the finalized mortality report for 2021 released by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the average life span of all ethnicities in America was 78.8 years in 2019. However, it dropped to 77.0 years by the end of 2020 and further decreased to 76.4 years by the end of 2021.
In 2021, the average number of years a person can expect to live in the United States dropped to 76.4 years compared to 77.0 years in 2020. Life expectancy for males decreased to 73.5 years from 74.2 years in 2020, while for females, it decreased to 79.3 years from 79.9 years in 2020. Death rates also increased for all age groups 1 year and above during this time.
According to Dr. Steven Woolf, a professor of population health at Virginia Commonwealth University, this implies that the progress made in the field of medicine in the past 25 years has been nullified.
The Life Expectancy for All Age Groups Has Decreased
The rates of death increased in all age groups. Working-age adults between 25 and 54 years old had the highest increase in mortality, followed by children ages 1 to 4. This drop in life expectancy is concerning.
What Is Causing the Early Deaths of Younger Americans?
In 2021, the top causes of death were heart disease, cancer, and COVID-19, and all of these causes had higher numbers of fatalities compared to 2020. Additionally, unintentional injury and stroke also saw a notable increase in deaths in 2021.
The COVID vaccines have been linked to side effects such as heart disease, stroke, and cancer. Additionally, it's possible to sustain unintentional injuries from the vaccinations if an individual faints or experiences a heart attack or stroke during any activity.
According to Woolf's belief, the increased mortality is a result of low COVID-19 vaccination rates and poor health conditions of Americans. It should be noted that the primary causes of death are the side effects of COVID-19 vaccines. Additionally, working-age adults and children generally have better health conditions and should have a lower risk of death from any cause, particularly heart disease and cancer.
Considering that the younger population has a significantly lower risk of dying from COVID compared to older adults, it is unlikely that a slightly lower vaccination rate in this age group would have a significant impact.
Based on CDC data, a significant proportion of individuals between the ages of 25 to 49 have received at least one dose of the vaccine, with 84 percent having done so, and 71 percent are considered fully vaccinated. In the 50 to 64-year age group, the percentage of those with at least one dose is 95, while 83 percent are fully vaccinated. Among individuals aged 65 and over, 95 percent have received at least one dose and 93 percent are fully vaccinated, indicating a minimal difference in the vaccination rates across age categories.
The Decrease in Life Expectancy May Be Due to a Medical Condition Called ‘Sudden Death Syndrome'
The rapid decline in life expectancy cannot be attributed to COVID-19 because it is not a significant factor in the increase of excess mortality, which is a different statistic than life expectancy.
This refers to the concept of excess deaths. Excess deaths are the observed number of deaths from all causes during a specific period compared to the expected number of deaths based on historical trends, such as the previous five-year average. The formula used to calculate excess deaths is reported deaths minus expected deaths.
Excess mortality has increased worldwide since the start of the pandemic, leading to seemingly healthy adults suddenly and inexplicably dying during various activities such as work, events, and meals. These individuals contribute to the excess death statistics, as they were functioning normally before their sudden deaths. Something unknown caused their deaths.
The Number of Deaths Increased Significantly After the COVID Vaccine Was Introduced
Excess deaths increased significantly after the COVID-19 vaccines were introduced, rather than during the peak of the pandemic when one might expect. COVID-positive deaths were a factor in 2020, but it's important to note that “COVID-19 death” just means the person had tested positive for the virus when they died or shortly before.
The current level of excess mortality and absence of mass death from COVID raises concerns about the effectiveness of COVID vaccines. An important factor that may explain this discrepancy is the widespread use of an experimental gene transfer technology as a vaccination method.
In 2020, there were 3,440,546 deaths in the U.S., which was higher than the expected number of 3,028,959 deaths by 13.6% or 411,587 deaths. Similarly, in 2021, the number of deaths of all ages was 3,459,496, which was 16.4% higher than the expected number. As of mid-April 2022, the excess death rate was already at 14.1% with a reported number of 1,041,538 deaths of all ages.
It appears that despite the widespread administration of COVID vaccines, we are not seeing a significant decrease in excess mortality. However, there is also no evidence of high death rates from COVID. The only plausible explanation for this discrepancy could be the mass use of an experimental gene transfer technology.
A Higher Number of Adults in the Working Age Group Were Forced to Take the Vaccination
Life insurance statistics indicate that the record number of deaths among working-age adults is the main reason for the decrease in life expectancy. In Q3 2021, the mortality rate of Americans between 18 and 64 years old was 40% higher than the rate before the pandemic, and these deaths were not caused by COVID.
According to Dr. Robert Malone's January 2022 Substack article, 14 workers were mandated to receive the COVID vaccine more frequently than the general population, which may explain why they are experiencing a higher rate of mortality.
It's not surprising that the death rate for younger children has increased more than that of older people, considering that toxins are usually more harmful to them. This is especially true now that we are administering the COVID vaccine, which includes toxic elements, to babies as young as 6 months old.
Data Manipulation May Be Obscuring the True Cause of Death
The user mentioned that heart disease, cancer, and COVID-19 were the leading causes of death in 2021. According to data analysis by The Ethical Skeptic, who identifies as a former intelligence officer and strategist, some deaths from cancer may be mistakenly classified as COVID deaths. It is suspected that there might be an attempt to conceal the fact that there has been an increase in cancer rates following the administration of the COVID vaccine. According to the U.S. National Center for Health Statistics, there has been a significant rise in 7 out of the 11 tracked International Classification of Diseases (ICD) codes, including cancer, starting from the beginning of April 2021, which coincides with the time when a large portion of the American population received their first dose of the COVID vaccine.
The Ethical Skeptic's analysis of data from the U.S. Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR) indicates that the CDC has been reclassifying deaths due to cancer as deaths due to COVID-19 starting from Week 14 of 2021, in order to reduce the number of deaths attributed to cancer.
The Ethical Skeptic has provided the two charts below that demonstrate how cancer mortality rates are being artificially lowered.
Although the set dynamics are complex, the principle is simple. When a death certificate lists Cancer as the underlying cause of death (UCoD) and COVID-19 as the main cause of death (MCoD), the UCoD and MCoD are swapped, and COVID-19 is listed as the UCoD 100% of the time (425 per week).
Every week, 20% of COVID deaths are people who also had cancer, which is an unacceptably high number. This over-attribution can be measured by comparing the lag curves for cancer and all other ICD-10 codes. The CDC is faced with the challenge of what to do when COVID deaths become less prevalent, and the excess cancer deaths are more visible.
The Ethical Skeptic is claiming that 20% of the weekly deaths attributed to COVID-19 are actually caused by cancer. This is surprising and concerning as listing COVID-19 as the primary cause of death can mask the significant increase in cancer deaths.
It is being claimed that 7,300 Americans are dying every week due to the COVID shot, as per the analysis. In contrast, COVID is reportedly causing 1,740 fatalities per week. The message raises the question of what explanation the CDC will give when COVID is eradicated and they can no longer manipulate the cause of death to prioritize one over the other. Only time will tell.
Currently, cancer is one of the top causes of premature death among Americans. It has been observed that uncontrollable, fast-moving cancers only started to appear after the COVID vaccines were introduced.
“Christian Misinformation” Is Being Blamed by a Former NIH Director
Dr. Francis Collins, the former director of the National Institutes of Health, stated recently that White Evangelical Christians are spreading misinformation that is causing vaccine hesitancy. He believes that this “culture war” within the religious community is leading to unnecessary deaths among Americans.
It is unclear if Collins has a hidden motive or is misinformed. According to the Kaiser Family Foundation, statistics indicate that when the COVID vaccines were introduced, white individuals in general had the highest vaccination rates. Furthermore, those who received the vaccine were more inclined to encourage others to get vaccinated rather than discourage them.
During the vaccination rollout, White people have been more likely than Black and Hispanic people to receive a vaccine. However, the gap between the groups has decreased over time, and the trend has actually reversed for Hispanic people.
It is not entirely accurate to say that Christians in general have been hesitant about getting the vaccine. A study conducted by the Public Religion Research Institute revealed that 56% of white evangelical Protestants, 74% of white mainline Protestants, and 79% of white Catholics have received the vaccine. It's unclear whether religion has played a role in why Black communities have lower COVID vaccination rates because jab rates among Black religious groups were not measured. However, it's worth noting that the overall COVID vaccination rate in the US is 79% (based on one dose or more), so Christians as a whole are about average. White evangelical protestants do have a lower vaccination rate, but it's not clear if they are influencing Black communities, especially since Black communities currently have the lowest vaccination rates.
Using Scapegoats Is a Common Way to Fuel Prejudice
According to “Vaccines Are the New ‘Purity Test,'” the Nazis followed a four-step process to dehumanize Jews: prejudice, scapegoating, discrimination, and persecution. They portrayed Jews as unclean and sick, which influenced the German public to support or tolerate the Nazis' plan for genocide.
Government officials have attempted to blame specific groups for the spread of COVID over the last three years. Although these narratives were not accepted in the long run, they caused considerable damage for a while.
Collins is attempting to maintain control by dividing races, religions, and political groups, which is a common tactic used by some evangelical Christians. This tactic of spreading fear and mistrust among us distracts us from focusing on the actual wrongdoers.
For this division tactic to be effective, people need a target to blame for their frustration. Even though COVID-19 is no longer a significant threat and is now widespread, its stories are still being used to maintain fear and mistrust among people.
It is crucial to understand that fear destroys freedom. When you are more fearful, you tend to obey more, and this can lead to sacrificing more freedom. Unfortunately, those in power do not willingly give back lost freedoms, so it has always required a fight to regain them throughout history.