Covid jabs linked to sharp death increase in the Netherlands – NaturalNews.com

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An independent Dutch researcher has published a paper revealing that all-cause mortality has increased substantially in the Netherlands ever since Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) “vaccines” were introduced.

The preprint study looks at about 350 municipalities across the Netherlands, evaluating excess death rates in comparison to jab uptake. Every area where lots of people got injected has seen all-cause mortality skyrocket, the data shows.

Since the second half of 2021, study author and computer scientist André Redert discovered, the Netherlands has seen a sharp uptick in his country’s “vaccination-correlated mortality-rate,” which now averages around 5 percent.

“This means that 5 percent of the deaths were distributed in ways consistent with vaccination rates,” explains Patrick Delaney, writing for LifeSiteNews.

“While this pattern does not prove these deaths were caused by the shots, it does prove that there is correlation between them, and plenty of evidence already exists of excessive death rates in highly vaccinated nations around the world.”

EuroMOMO Bulletin says “an elevated level of excess mortality” persists across Europe

All this time, government authorities both in Europe and the United States have claimed that as more jabs get into more arms, sickness and death will decrease. What the data actually shows, however, is the opposite.

The EuroMOMO Bulletin continues to publish reports indicating that “an elevated level of excess mortality” is being seen all across Europe. Just in the last several weeks, some 8,000 unaccounted-for deaths have been reported – and the jabs appear to be the culprit.

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“Though a 5% increase may seem modest, historically it is significant,” Delaney adds. “When applied to the United States, this would indicate an extra 175,000 deaths per year, and for Europe likely more than 400,000 … Furthermore, indications of these trends are not lacking.”

The insurance industry has corroborated this with data showing a massive increase in death claims ever since Operation Warp Speed was launched by the Trump administration.

OneAmerica, an insurance carrier based out of Indianapolis, reported a 40 percent increase in death claims for the third quarter of 2021 when the jab campaigns were in full swing.

“Just to give you an idea of how bad that is, a three-sigma or a one-in-200-year catastrophe would be 10 percent increase over pre-pandemic,” announced company president Scott Davison. “So, 40 percent is just unheard of.”

Steve Kirsch performed his own calculations on the various numbers that have been released or drudged up, leading him to the conclusion that covid jabs are, in fact, responsible for most, if not all, of the excess deaths that are being reported all around the world.

The likelihood of this phenomenon happening by pure chance rather than as a result of covid injections is “basically never,” the MIT graduate declared, citing his work.

“In other words, the event that happened [to bring this about] is not a statistical ‘fluke,’” he added. “Something caused a very big change.”

In the third quarter of 2021 across the entire insurance industry, the Society of Actuaries Research Institute (SOA) discovered a 37.7 percent spike in life insurance death claims, which corroborates with OneAmerica’s data.

“That figure included an approximate 50-50 split between claims related to COVID-19 and those caused by other factors,” Delaney clarifies about how this figure was calculated.

In Europe, German health insurer BKK ProVita reported to government officials “a very considerable under-recording of suspected cases of vaccination side effects after [patients] received the [COVID-19] vaccine.”

According to board member Andreas Schöfbeck, “around 4%-5% of the vaccinated were under medical treatment for side effects,” which represents a rate about 10 times higher than what the German government was reporting.

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Sources for this article include:

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