Are the vaccines killing people? Data from the UK says Yes, especially for 18-39 year olds. The data shows that a vaccinated person is twice as likely to die from things other than covid than an unvaccinated person. For some context this is eerily similar to the increased mortality rate from all causes for a smoker 55+ compared with a non smoker. If you are younger taking up smoking will increase your risk of dying less than the COVID vaccine. And we are mandating people take the vaccine. Let that sink in for a while.
The below links provide an overview of the data backing up this claim. It is provided month by month with unvaccinated mortality rates shaded blue and the vaccinated yellow for easy comparison.
Don’t believe me or want more info. You can look it all up for yourself. This is all taken from freely available public health data Here and Here. Why is this so obvious in the 18-39 age group and less so in others? My guess would be because the non vaccine related deaths are so low in this age group that the vaccine related ones are much easier to spot relatively. There is probably a similar absolute level of additional deaths in older groups but it is buried in the data as a much smaller percentage increase along with more from other causes.
One really interesting thing in that data is the very large increase in the greater than 21 days after either a single shot or the second shot. These deaths will never be attributed to the vaccine in a clinical setting as the vaccine event is so far removed and there are far more pressing things to worry about than looking for statistical anomalies. This sort of statistical analysis is what would normally be undertaken in a proper trial before widespread release of a drug as it requires much more effort and specialised knowledge that is not required by frontline medical staff. It also leads to the question if the rates are increased after 21 days, are they still increased 6 months, 2 years or longer after? This is again something that would be established by a proper trial.
Is it possible there is some underlying bias in the data causing this rather than the vaccine itself? Sure, and that’s an argument that the smoking lobby ran for many decades quite successfully. To confirm one way or the other you really need more detailed data where the 20x increase seen in lung cancer deaths amongst smokers will show up in the vaccinated vs unvaccinated datasets if they exist. Heart problems, blood clots and similar seem like a good first target to investigate given they are admitted side effects of the vaccination. It is impossible that vaccinated people dying at higher rates so consistently for such a long time is randomness or statistical noise, and some other cause that just happens to coincide with vaccination status seems unlikely with such a large sample size. The important question to ask though is why aren’t any studies being conducted into this to determine one way or the other?
And a little extra for the tin foil hat crowd, The seemingly illogical quest for 100% vaccination rates may stem from a desire to prevent comparisons like this from being made by removing all unvaccinated people from existence.