Why are people dying all over the world? What’s causing record “excess deaths”?

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Reading USA figures – and just watching the news – show us that a statistical anomaly known as “excess deaths” is climbing – some evidence suggests that the vaccinated are more prone to terrible after effects including heart issues. Excess deaths are typically defined as the difference between the observed numbers of deaths in specific time periods and expected numbers of deaths in the same time periods. All over the world these deaths are climbing.

Finland has become one of the first countries to uncover evidence that state agencies around the world committed fraud in their Covid deaths reporting during the pandemic.

According to Sirkka Goebeler, chief specialist at the Finnish Institute for Health and Welfare (THL), Covid-19 has not been the actual cause of death in up to 40 percent of fatalities attributed to the illness in Finland. As a result, they will not end up in Statistics Finland’s official data as coronavirus deaths.

As the Finnish report states, “Goebeler’s unit examines all Finnish death certificates before they are forwarded to the state statistics bureau. The unit focuses on coronavirus-related death certificates where the attending physician has listed Covid as either the primary or a contributing cause of death.”

Heart attacks, heart disease SOARING. Medical Establishment has an “answer” – Ridiculous!

In the UK things are really bad. “The number of deaths registered in the UK in the week ending 21 October 2022 was 13,463, which was 15.7% above the five-year average (1,822 excess deaths).”
100 people die with Covid = BBC news headline. 6mths of thousands of excess deaths = MSM silence. Zoe Harcombe.

Even a casual glance at the data shows that there’s a VERY STRONG CORRELATION between excess DEATHS & the level of vaccine uptake in that country. Surely we must have an investigation? These are 10s of thousands of PEOPLE who are DYING.

Igor Chudov at Substack – UK

In Australia, more people are dying every week than during Covid’s peak years. Last month there were 1,564 more deaths than average each week – known as excess deaths – compared with just 315 two years ago and 1,322 last year. In the week to 21 October (the most recent week of data) ONS figures reveal there were some 1,646 excess deaths alone. As has been reported before, excess deaths are most stark at home: with deaths in private homes nearly a third above average. 

Let’s ask the people who REALLY know – the funeral directors