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A Cover Up In Real Time
Illustrating how bad censorship of excess deaths is...
Dr John Campbell has released another enlightening video on excess deaths.
He explains how updated data from The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) corresponds to data compiled by the UK’s Office for National Statistics (ONS).
Since the start of this year, excess deaths have exceeded the national average every week bar three - with some weeks breaching 25%.
According to OECD, the UK has experienced elevated excess deaths for the last 15 weeks straight.
Here is a breakdown of the OECD data by week for the UK (please forgive the scrappy presentation - these are screenshots from Dr Campbell’s presentation, the OECD table was being damn awkward):
30 weeks of elevated deaths totals a tragic 36,316 excess deaths. Note this only brings us to July 30th, 2023. ONS data from week 30 to week 36 (the latest - September 8th) shows a less severe continuation of the trend:
Statistical wizards such as Joel Smalley and Tore Gulbrandsen have noted how ONS data is fundamentally flawed. In crude terms, they only provide us with a limited picture, particularly with expected deaths calculations.
Curious to see if there was any mainstream coverage, I searched “excess deaths UK” using Google. Of the first 5 articles to appear, June is the most recent. The third listed dated back to January. Scant is a polite word that comes to mind.
The same is true for the UK’s largest news outlets. Except, the most recent this time is May:
In 2020, members of Congress questioned Google CEO Sundar Pichai. Representative Matt Gaetz was among them. Gaetz asked him if the company manually intervenes on any search results. Sundar admitted it did. This flat out contradicted his previous testimony in 2018.
But Sundar cited the old “election interference” chestnut in 2020. Something that now excuses censorship almost in its entirety.
Just a few days ago, Andrew Bridgen MP tweeted out screenshot of a debate request portal. It showed the UK Government has rejected 6 requests to debate excess deaths over the last few months.
In July, a Daily Sceptic report identified for a year stretching back to June 5th 2022 (to June 5th 2023), recorded excess deaths in the UK were higher than the recorded excess deaths in the same period in 2020-21 in 13 of the 27 EU nations.
If countries, including ours, contemplated lockdown in 2020/2021 due to surges in recorded deaths, why did they not contemplate the same earlier this year when the amount of deaths were comparable?
Whichever way you cut it, it doesn’t add up. Their silence and the seeming collective coordination to limit news of the crisis screams apprehension...
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