The following is a news analysis.
- There was an extreme, sudden hike in worker deaths in fall 2021 even as Covid deaths plunged.
- In the 3rd quarter of 2021, deaths among working people aged 35-44 was 101% above the 3 yr. pre-Covid baseline.
- 34% more working people aged 35-44 died than expected in the 4th quarter of 2022.
- In the yr. ending April 30, 2023, 14 mos. after the last big pandemic wave in US, at least 104,000 more Americans died than expected.
A documented, frightening reality has emerged that is arguably the most important health-related story of our time.
But virtually nobody is covering the story, no state of emergency has been declared, Congress isn't passing laws to address it and fund solutions, our federal agencies are pretending it's not happening, and our public health experts are silent.
According to numerous statistical measures, we are experiencing an historic surge in what's called "excess mortality," or the number of deaths beyond what is expected on a statistical basis. And the experts say Covid, alone, cannot explain the increase.
Many medical experts and actuaries say that based on the demographics and timing, the obvious and only explanation is that the deaths are related to Covid-19 vaccines.
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Public health experts barely acknowledge the Covid vaccines' proven side effects, which include stroke, heart issues, nerve problems, paralysis and much more, let alone the massive wave of Covid-related vaccine injuries.
In a recent opinion editorial published in USA Today, two experts present the startling data and explain where it comes from. Dr. Pierre Kory told me that, while the Covid vaccines are obviously to blame, he and his co-author decided to raise the issue but self-censor any mention of vaccines for fear the article would not have been published.
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Read an excerpt below with a link to full article.
More young Americans are dying – and it's not COVID. Why aren't we searching for answers?
Without a thorough and collaborative exploration, we can't know what's killing us – or how to stop it.
Dr. Pierre Kory and Mary Beth Pfeiffer
USA Today Opinion contributors
Life insurance actuaries are reporting that many more people are dying – still – than in the years before the pandemic. And while deaths during COVID-19 had largely occurred among the old and infirm, this new wave is hitting prime-of-life people hard.
No one knows precisely what is driving the phenomenon, but there is an inexplicable lack of urgency to find out. A concerted investigation is in order.
Deaths among young Americans documented in employee life insurance claims should alone set off alarms. Among working people 35 to 44 years old, a stunning 34% more died than expected in the last quarter of 2022, with above-average rates in other working-age groups, too.
“COVID-19 claims do not fully explain the increase,” a Society of Actuaries report says.
From 2020 through 2022, there were more excess deaths proportionally among white-collar than blue-collar workers: 19% versus 14% above normal. The disparity nearly doubled among top-echelon workers in the fourth quarter of 2022, U.S. actuaries reported.
And there was an extreme and sudden increase in worker mortality in the fall of 2021 even as the nation saw a precipitous drop in COVID-19 deaths from a previous wave. In the third quarter of 2021, deaths among workers ages 35-44 reached a pandemic peak of 101% above – or double – the three-year pre-COVID baseline. In two other prime working-age groups, mortality was 79% above expected.
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