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The morgue is full, and excess mortality continues to rise
Little old Perth has made it big time.
Mark Steyn, one of the few mainstream journalists to say what we’re all thinking out loud, kicked off his new segment ‘Nothing To See Here’ on GB News last night with a West Australian feature.
Steyn is referencing this story from yesterday’s news:
The article is behind a paywall and I refuse to subscribe to The West’s propaganda empire, but if you have a subscription you can read it HERE.
This might be a good time to recap on Australian excess all-cause deaths. They’re up, by quite a bit. The below chart shows excess deaths up to end of first quarter 2022, which coincided with the rollout of the second booster for over 65s. There’s a reporting lag on excess deaths, so we will have to wait another month or two to see if the correlation holds over the second quarter of 2022.
I did a brief explainer earlier this month on how many deaths we’re talking about, the break up of Covid vs. non-Covid excess deaths, and the way our media is reporting on it:
If you have the time, I suggest watching from 12:00 to 22:20 of last night’s GB news segment, below. Steyn reports an increase in non-Covid excess deaths of 12% in England and Wales. For the last three months, they’ve been running at an average of just under 1,000 non-Covid excess deaths per week. Steyn reports that Scotland is seeing similarly high non-Covid related excess deaths, with record highs in the last half of 2021.
Professor Richard Ennos (University of Edinburgh) joins Steyn to discuss a recent government inquiry into Scottish excess deaths. Ennos proposes two hypotheses to explain the increase in excess mortality:
Reduced access to health services due to prioritisation of pandemic measures
Adverse effects from Covid vaccines
Ennos notes that the excess deaths are staggered by age group, with the elderly being the first to show increases in excess mortality, followed sequentially by younger and younger age groups as the timeline progresses. So far so good, but all we have is correlation.
However, Ennos does something quite stunning - he makes a claim for causation.
Ennos explains that the excess deaths in each age group consistently increase 12-14 weeks after vaccine rollout in the corresponding age group. With the rollout of boosters in Scotland, the data again show a rise in excess deaths 12-14 weeks later. This pattern in the data led the investigative group participating in the Scottish inquiry to suggest that adverse events from the Covid vaccines are a significant driver of the increase in Scottish excess deaths.
The Scottish government chose not to include the observations of Ennos and his colleagues in its official inquiry report. Ennos characterises the Scottish government’s response as “complete denial.”
Ennos has written an open letter to COVID-19 Recovery Committee Convener Siobhian Brown, in which he explains the evidence for a causal relationship between Covid vaccines and excess deaths, and asks Brown to reopen the inquiry into Scottish excess deaths so that the full body of evidence can be reported to the public.
Steyn ends the segment with a bombastic closer -
”It doesn’t get more basic than dead bodies piling up in every corner of the UK.”
And Australia, for that matter.