In April 2021, Deagel.com, a renowned global intelligence and consulting firm, made headlines with its startling prediction concerning global depopulation. Particularly, its 2025 population forecast captured widespread attention.
This prediction, which was suspiciously removed from their website in April 2021, once it garnered attention in the middle of the Covid-19 pandemic has thankfully been preserved by Nobul Art, allowing continued access to this troubling piece of depopulation forecasts.
According to Deagel’s 2020 forecast, the United Kingdom was on course to witness an extraordinary decrease in population by 77.1% by the year 2025. Similarly, Germany was expected to see its population diminish by 65.1% within the same timeframe. Meanwhile, the United States was predicted to see its population decline by 68.5% by the year 2025, and Australia by 34.6%.
Such figures sparked intense debate and speculation regarding the underlying causes and the accuracy of these predictions.
Recent health data appears to lend a disturbing credence to Deagel’s dire predictions. According to a dataset released by the UK Government’s Office for National Statistics (ONS), there’s an alarming trend observed in mortality rates among different vaccination statuses.
This data indicates that four-dose COVID-19-vaccinated teens and young adults have up to a 318% higher likelihood of death compared to their unvaccinated counterparts. The difference in mortality rates is so stark that the unvaccinated only managed to reach a mortality rate of 31.1 per 100,000 person-years in January, whereas the four-dose vaccinated managed to reach a shocking mortality rate of 106 per 100,000 person-years in the same month.
For the remaining months, unvaccinated teens and young adults’ mortality rate remained within the 20-something per 100,000 person-years, whereas four-dose vaccinated teens and young adults’ mortality rates only went as low as 80.9 per 100,000 in April and remained within 85 to 106 per 100,000 for the remaining months.
Moreover, the mortality rate for one-dose COVID-19 Vaccinated Adults aged 40 to 49 shows a 185% higher risk of death than those unvaccinated within the same age group. While the mortality rate for four-dose COVID-19-vaccinated adults aged 40 to 49 shows a 104% higher risk of death than those unvaccinated within the same age group. Both one-dose and four-dose vaccinated adults aged 40-49 were significantly more likely to die than unvaccinated adults of the same age every single month since the beginning of 2023.
These startling statistics have led to rising concerns and debates regarding the safety and long-term impacts of the COVID-19 vaccines. The correlation between the increased mortality rates among the vaccinated and Deagel’s prediction of a drastic population reduction presents a scenario that is as concerning as it is controversial.
The emergence of such data inevitably leads to questions about the nature of COVID-19 mRNA and viral-vector vaccines and their role in public health. While correlation does not necessarily imply causation, these figures undeniably demand a thorough and unbiased investigation into the vaccine’s impact on health and mortality.
As we edge closer to 2025, the predictions of Deagel, though shrouded in controversy, call for a vigilant examination of emerging health trends and a critical assessment of our responses to global health crises.
In conclusion, while the correlation between the reported increased mortality among the vaccinated and Deagel’s grim depopulation forecast for 2025 remains a subject of intense debate and scrutiny, it highlights a pivotal moment in our contemporary history. It beckons us to navigate these complex times with a balanced approach, grounded in scientific integrity and a commitment to uncovering the truth.
And even if Deagel’s 2025 depopulation forecast turns out to be largely overstated, we still have to worry about the fact that U.S. Centers for Disease Control data officially confirms that COVID-19 vaccination can reduce your lifespan by at least 24 years.