Friday, May 6, 2022

Center for Disease Control, Head of mortality Stats: "Deaths attributed to COVID-19 are consistently higher in areas with high vaccination rates"

 Recent data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) revealed that there have been over one million excess deaths recorded since the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic started two years ago. Excess deaths refer to deaths in excess of historical average.

Reported deaths during that time were caused by heart disease, high blood pressure, dementia and many other diseases that are not associated with SARS-CoV-2. Researchers from the University of Warwick said that “the scale of excess non-COVID deaths is large enough for it to be seen as its own pandemic.”

Across the globe, the rise of death rates coincide with the vaccine rollout that started in December 2020. Deaths attributed to COVID-19 are consistently higher in areas with high vaccination rates. “We’ve never seen anything like it,” Robert Anderson, CDC’s head of mortality statistics, told the Washington Post in mid-February.

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  1. I continue to be haunted by the plausibility all this bullshit has been perpetrated on humanity is because "they" want us dead.

    "The severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) pandemic has reminded us of the critical role of an effective host immune response and the devastating effect of immune dysregulation. This year marks 10 years since the first description of a cytokine storm that developed after chimeric antigen receptor (CAR) T-cell therapy1 and 27 years since the term was first used in the literature to describe the engraftment syndrome of acute graft-versus-host disease after allogeneic hematopoietic stem-cell transplantation.2 The term “cytokine release syndrome” was coined to describe a similar syndrome after infusion of muromonab-CD3 (OKT3).3 Cytokine storm and cytokine release syndrome are life-threatening systemic inflammatory syndromes involving elevated levels of circulating cytokines and immune-cell hyperactivation that can be triggered by VARIOUS THERAPIES, pathogens, cancers, autoimmune conditions, and monogenic disorders."--,autoimmune%20conditions%2C%20and%20monogenic%20disorders.

    I can feel it coming.

    Yep, "various therapies"! My God. An early recognition of "cytokine storm" phenomena tied to a SARS virus! My God.

    We take an antigenic marker, a spike protein. The innate immune system identifies that antigen and goes into action: the antigen is foreign, it doesn't belong inside this body, its presence mobilize antibodies and a remarkable assortment of other defense mechanisms to neutralize the foreign infecting organism, and to create a sufficient concentration (titer) to ensure if it shows up in the future, it won't be able to cause infection.

    Now, though, the cells of the body can themselves make this antigenic marker of infection. There must be a variety of ways this antigenic marker would be made by the cells and then misinterpreted by the body's systems of defense as indicating the presence of the pathogen it once specified. In other words, immune dysregulation and a triggering of autoimmune disease state, with the body attacking itself.

    1. ""they" want us dead".

      Well, yes.


      What use is the average person?

      In manufacturing, robots do a better job than a pair of human hands, more reliably, more cheaply, 24/7 in a lights-out factory.

      The only common folk the elite have time for now are the technicians, hair-dressers and prostitutes.

  2. Do you see it as plausible the mRNA virus really could end up killing lots of people?

    A video presentation by "Professor" (Ph.D.?) Dolores Cahill I found in your link really got me going.

    Cahill cited a 2012 research paper published in PLOS ONE scientific journal.
    (I checked-- PLOS is peer reviewed, indexed by Google, Pub Med, Web Science, and others.) The title of the paper is "Immunization with SARS Coronavirus Vaccines Leads to Pulmonary Immunopathy on Challenge with the SARS Virus."

    This paper was published ten years ago. That surprised me. Dr. Cahill appears to be speaking some time in 2020. (She mentioned she first came out with this information in May 2020.) If so, what she is saying strikes me as remarkably prescient.

    The laboratory animals administered with the SARS vaccine were okay until they were exposed to another viral pathogen. (Until their immune system was re-challenged.) Cahill said the other viral pathogen might be a flu virus. It was then the lab animals became very sick and some of them died. (It sounded to me as if this earlier SARS vaccine was an mRNA vaccine. I'm not quite sure.)

    The last sentence in the paper's abstract warned that proceeding with a SARS vaccine for use in humans must be cautious. Cahill explains the obvious: we've not had a vaccine for SARS previously. It hasn't been feasible.

    It seems unlikely to me, but Cahill claims children were given an experimental RSV vaccine similar to the SARS vaccine. An elevated number of these children required hospitalization and some died.

    The sickness of the lab animals and children was described as immuno-priming and cytokine storm. The disease is enhanced by prior vaccination.

    Another paper, "Influenza Vaccination and Respiratory Virus Interference among Department of Defense Personnel during the 2017-2018 Influenza Season" was cited as an example of a vaccine enhancing (if that's the right word) later viral disease through cytokine storm.

    Part of what's scary is there may be a delay between vaccination, challenge, and sickness. It could be a year or two.

  3. Here is the study about viral interference in DoD personnel 2017-2018:

  4. Cahill's comments do not appear to be supported by that paper.

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  6. "Across the globe, the rise of death rates coincide with the vaccine rollout that started in December 2020."

    The rise in death rates started before this. Well before this. We all know that.

    The excess death rates first spike dramatically in May 2020 (Not December). There was a rapid decline into June 2020, but then a surprising "second wave" (remember that?) is observed around August of 2020.

    In December of 2020, and into early 2021, there was a large spike in excess deaths. This is higher-- much higher-- than the original May 2020 spike. After that, though, the excess death rate goes down to the average of expected deaths. This lasts until September of 2021, (to what I consider the seasonal flu onset.) Here again a big peak in excess deaths. We have quite a large number of excess deaths in the late winter/early spring of 2022, but that number is in decline and heading back down towards the average level of expected deaths. (A repeat of what we observed in 2021?)

    In any event, I can't say I agree with the quoted comment. I tried to rationalize it as stating a truth but without adequate precision, but just can't do it.

    If there is a pattern of excess deaths each period of seasonal flu, as we've seen in 2020 and 2021, that's going to be bad, bad news. It is not out of the question that is a consequence of vaccination.

  7. contains a bunch of misinformation.