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2020 death rates vs previous years


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Hi,

 

I saw today's meme/headline comment - How can there be a ‘pandemic’ when deaths from all causes in 2020 in England and Wales were fewer than in 1990 and the same trend can be found in country after country with regard to 2020 death figures. WHAT A SCAM it all is https://davidicke.com/2021/02/08/how-can-there-be-a-pandemic-when-deaths-from-all-causes-in-2020-in-england-and-wales-were-fewer-than-in-1990-and-the-same-trend-can-be-found-in-country-after-country-with-regard-to-2020-death-figu/

 

I cannot find this data on the Office for national stats, although it is something I have been looking for for some time. 

 

Can anybody with a bit more savvy and experience with their site point me to anywhere where I could see these statistics, as it might just be the redpill I need for a special someone in my life, thanks!

 

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Dunno about 1990 but there was certainly a death surplus in 2020 compared to recent years:

https://www.ons.gov.uk/peoplepopulationandcommunity/birthsdeathsandmarriages/deaths/bulletins/deathsregisteredweeklyinenglandandwalesprovisional/weekending29january2021#deaths-registered-by-week

 

Nothing to do with a virus though.  It's government homicide.  The weapons of choice being the 5G/ventilator combo, the care home opioid euthanasia campaigns, and now the vaccine-induced care home deaths.

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This is an extract from the ONS original spreadsheet metak88  shared (I added the arrows title and definition).
As we can see it is very clear that 2020 is the worst only for 12 years.
2008 was worse than 2020 and every single year from 2008 back to 1950 is worse than 2020.

 

 

 

 

ons spread 2020 vs.jpg

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I think it's excellent to look at this data, but it should be obvious anyway. There were only around 40-50K deaths attributed to Covid in 2020, whereas the difference between a year in which a lot of people die and a relatively small number of people die in the UK is around 60-70K.

 

It stands to reason that you're not going to see anything excessive in terms of deaths. They can't justify it in this way, the only way it can possibly be justified is by claiming that the infrastructure of the country, healthcare services in particular, were facing some unique and rarefied threat.

 

But I don't see how that is remotely tenable, as it's reported every year that the NHS is on the verge of collapse, particularly during the winter. This is common knowledge, particularly for people who work in healthcare, and it's not caused by Covid or any specific virus or condition; it's systemic. Also, by throttling economic activity, you're merely exacerbating the infrastructure problems, which undoubtedly causes more harm than the virus itself.

 

If anything, the question should be why healthcare is underfunded, why the NHS is in a constant state of crisis, and why the general state of health, well-being and fitness is so poor in the first place. The answers to all of these questions aren't difficult to ascertain, but an even minimally competent media would at least pose them, rather than just uncritically swallowing anything and everything that they're spoonfed.

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16 minutes ago, wake_up_bomb said:

But I don't see how that is remotely tenable, as it's reported every year that the NHS is on the verge of collapse, particularly during the winter. This is common knowledge, particularly for people who work in healthcare, and it's not caused by Covid or any specific virus or condition; it's systemic.

 

The NHS is always at 95% capacity in the winter.   This is because the wards that are unused are closed so there is no excess.  Can you imagine how much criticism the NHS would get if they had no patients and fully staffed empty wards?  So they just close the wards an keep 5-10% capacity ... or something like that.

 

But ...

 

- The Phone People are very stupid something about staring at your phone all day makes you an idiot

- The newsmedia is going bust due to the internet, they are saving their jobs by lying

- The newsmedia get clicks by telling total lies ... this is the only thing that gets attention, telling the truth does not get attention - this is one reason why they promote anti-white in a white country and inversions

- New technology like PCR is poorly understand and under the technical details hides lots of lies ... they same thing is one in the stock market to hide lies under lots of technical words

- Many people in society are fucking bored and nobody needs them anymore, technology does everything, and they actually need drama to stay alive ... and so they choose to invent Covid in order to give them a life ... otherwise they would start to die from lack of use

 

Such is the state of Western society

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41 minutes ago, rideforever said:

This one is from Sky news that I have annotated.

On the Sky news page they bury this graph under a million other graphs so they confuse people.

 

sky graph.jpg

 

That tiny little uptrend at the end there must be the excitement of Hancock's dick after meeting Klaus Schwab.

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Have we all not enough evidence even if they do try to prosecute,they cant stand a chance that its false especially with all the whistleblowers on side. What to F is going on. Who's going to start this.

Power to the PEOPLE !

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