One of the most annoying things about the “Public Health Trumps Everything” crowd is their zealous devotion to policies or methods demonstrably harmful to health and the public.
They demand we call what they want “science” while ignoring contrary science before their reformation and after. Penning new “scriptures” then demanding we all convert.
Sorry to disappoint; even if we thought there was some merit, your preferred delivery system – the medicalism of half-wit despots – is unacceptable.
That sort of governance will always have a much higher death rate than COVID19, and filling prisons to keep emergency room beds “available” is not a winning strategy. It’s not good for the public or their health.
The authors write (translated into English): “The correlation is + .31, is amazingly high and especially in an unexpected direction. Actually, it should be negative, so that one could say: The higher the vaccination rate, the lower the excess mortality. However, the opposite is the case and this urgently needs to be clarified. Excess mortality can be observed in all 16 countries…”
In plain English: vaccination makes things worse, not better.
Steve Kirsch has more here, including local reporting in Germany that notes (reformatted), The higher the vaccination rate, the higher the excess mortality. The most direct explanation is: Complete vaccination increases the likelihood of death.
What if this is wrong, you say? Well, what if it’s right? Shouldn’t we investigate? If public health is that important, is it not wise to slow down and take a look.
Let’s start by not juicing the kiddies who, as a matter of public health, tend to have higher rates of Myocarditis than adults who – if you forgot – have been dropping dead from heart attacks and heart failure.
If health and safety were at all a concern, even a casual connection would result in the research community digging into it. What we’ll get instead is indifference, accusations of conspiracy to mislead, and in some corners of the world, intimidation, arrests, and incarceration.
This makes no sense from a public health perspective unless public health has nothing to do with it.
And that’s what it looks like from here, and has for the last 20 months.