The Definitive Guide to Excess Death During the COVID-19 Era

Updated: 5 days ago

A summary of excess death from around the world. Spoiler alert - Sweden wins.

Sweden's Covid-19 plan a disaster waiting to happen or a bold, evidence-based response? July 2020

Giesecke was almost correct. But, the difference between the countries in the end was not quite small. Sweden did much, much better - ten times better than Chile, in fact, notorious for having the strictest lockdowns “despite” (😂😂😂) also having one of the most “successful” (🤣🤣🤣) vaccination campaigns.

As of reporting date 19-Jun-22, of all the countries analysed by the OECD, Sweden has the lowest overall cumulative excess deaths tally:

The somewhat less meaningful COVID-19 death tally (per million population) does not have the same relative magnitude since different countries use different methods for recording what is and what isn’t a COVID-19 death, on top of the fact, of course, that it’s a Pyrrhic victory to mitigate COVID-19 deaths at the expense of higher excess non-COVID deaths. Take a look at Canada and Israel as prime examples of this - remarkably low COVID-19 deaths relative to the rest of the world, but very much in the worst half of the dataset in terms of overall excess mortality.

So, Sweden even beat neighbour Norway in the end. And, as you can see in the charts below, Norway is still heading in the wrong direction. So too are early successes, Australia and New Zealand. Their cumulative excess death tally has less COVID-19 in it than other countries, but they are getting their COVID-19 add-ons now.

My analysis of each country leads me to three main conclusions:

  1. COVID-19 exists and is deadly. This is evident given the very strong and consistent correlations between weekly excess deaths and weekly reported COVID-19 deaths. I think it is also important to accept this fact, given that there is very little resistance now to the assertion that COVID-19 was manufactured in a biolab. Those responsible for making it are responsible for the millions of deaths it has caused.

  2. Experimental attempts at mitigating the spread of the virus through various “social distancing” measures, including school and business closures, imprisoning healthy people in their homes, forced wearing of masks, etc. show very little evidence of benefit. Any specious evidence from prison islands (Australia and New Zealand) is ultimately proven futile, as predicted by the world’s two best epidemiologists (Giesecke and Tegnell). The harms of these interventions are also apparent in the ultimate excess death numbers. Those responsible for implementing them should be held accountable for the deaths they have caused.

  3. The only thing that could have made COVID-19 worse was to put the same people responsible for making it in charge of making the antidote. It’s a bit like putting the arsonists in charge of fire policy after they have burnt down the city. But that’s what happened with COVID-19. It is abundantly clear that there is no reduction in COVID-19 deaths as a result of the mass administration of the experimental “vaccine”. Moreover, as we should logically expect deficits in periods after excess mortality such as occurred in the nine months prior to the medical experiment, and greater protection from herd immunity, and the natural selection of less virulent variants, it is difficult to argue against the allegation that the experiment has somehow contributed to the perpetuation of COVID-19 rather than its demise. This is further supported by the fact that COVID-19 and excess deaths both taper off in line with society’s final realisation that they should take no further part in the experiment.

Perhaps next time, we should all be a bit more like Sweden? You know, like our lives depended on it? Not the bit about hurried medical experimentation, though, we can leave that bit out.

Just the bit about letting people decide for themselves what actions they should take when faced with life.

It might just be me, but I don’t think stupid politicians, greedy pharmaceutical companies and academics whose careers depend on pharma funding are the best people for the job.

Here are all the charts, plotting cumulative excess deaths vs COVID-19 deaths. I mean, just look at Czechia, Slovakia and Slovenia for some incredible correlations.

And here are all the charts plotting excess deaths against vaccinations. Note how excess deaths taper as vaccinations do. Just a coincidence or Bradford Hill criteria #10?