Excess Deaths – About 15% but Varies By Country

This is a Dr. John Campbell video where he looks at “Excess Deaths” using statistics from a couple of countries. He also complains about how much data is out of date and wonders why the new data is not available….

Does his usual good job of “Coloring inside the Youtube guidelines” while asking ~”Wonder what else might be causing it….” Maybe something we can’t talk about on EewTube? Something like the vexxine shots?… Maybe? Just maybe?

Excess deaths, lack of data

Dr. John Campbell
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249,874 views Nov 22, 2022
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Australia, Key statistics

In 2022, there were 111,008 deaths that occurred by 31 July,

and were registered by 30 September, which is 16,375

(17.3%) more than the historical average.

In July there were 17,936 deaths,

2,503 (16.2%) above the historical average.

There were 300 (22.5%) fewer deaths due to COVID-19 in August than July.


Since the pandemic began

Over 30,000 excess deaths involving heart disease

(average over 230 additional deaths a week)

Heart disease is among the most prominent diseases involved in the high numbers of excess deaths since the start of the pandemic.

While Covid-19 infection was likely a significant factor

Covid infections no longer a driving force


Meredith S. Shiels, Infections and Immunoepidemiology, NCI Division of Cancer Epidemiology and Genetics

Focusing on COVID-19 deaths alone without examining total excess deaths

—that is, deaths due to non-COVID-19 causes as well as to COVID-19
—may underestimate the true impact of the pandemic




July, 2022

3,600 to 60,000 excess cancer deaths so far


Excess mortality in England and English regions: December 2022 update




25 to 49 years

Based on 2015 to 2019 data

Profit In Funerals Up!

Service Corp. Intl just had a nice price bump, and it is beating both NASDAQ and S&P 500, rising in a down market. “Go figure”…


Service Corp 1 year vs S&P and NASDAQ


Press Release
Published: Nov. 1, 2022 at 4:15 p.m. ET

Conference call on Wednesday, November 2, 2022, at 8:00 a.m. Central Time.

HOUSTON, Nov. 1, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Service Corporation International (NYSE: SCI), the largest provider of deathcare products and services in North America, today reported results for the third quarter of 2022.

Tom Ryan, the Company’s Chairman and CEO, commented on the third quarter performance:

“We are proud to report GAAP earnings per share of $0.76 and adjusted earnings per share of $0.68 and net cash provided by operating activities of $183 million for the third quarter of 2022. These results significantly exceeded our expectations; however, they are below the prior year quarter that was materially impacted by the effects of COVID-19. Comparing back to the pre-pandemic third quarter of 2019, we have greatly exceeded our expected growth.

Adjusted earnings per share has grown an impressive 22% on a compounded annual basis since 2019 (compared to an expectation of 8%-12%).
The number of funeral services performed is trending higher than we anticipated and is approximately 5% higher than 2019 levels on a compounded annual growth basis.

Cemetery preneed sales production continues to be strong, growing this quarter 5% versus a COVID impacted prior year quarter and has experienced nearly 19% compounded annual growth over 2019 levels.
We are raising the midpoint of our full year 2022 adjusted earnings guidance by 20 cents to $3.70 and the midpoint of our adjusted operating cash flow guidance by $40 million to $815 million. These increases are driven by the strong earnings performance in the first nine months, particularly around higher than anticipated funeral services performed.

So I guess it’s time to be in Funeral Stocks… See, there’s a Silver Lining to every cloud…

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53 Responses to Excess Deaths – About 15% but Varies By Country

  1. E.M.Smith says:

    Oh Golly, who knew…. Lincoln National Life Insurance Co. is undeperforming the S&P and NASDAQ and in a hard down trend…


    Looks like they had a big surprise loss….


    On November 3, 2022, Lincoln issued a press release reporting its financial results for the third quarter of 2022. Among other items, Lincoln “reported a net loss for the third quarter of 2022 of $(2.6) billion, or $(15.17) per diluted share available to common stockholders, compared to net income in the third quarter of 2021 of $318 million, or $1.68 per diluted share available to common stockholders.” Lincoln also reported that it “incurred a $634 million goodwill impairment to the life insurance business.”

    On this news, Lincoln’s stock price fell $17.27 per share, or 33.15%, to close at $34.83 per share on November 3, 2022.

    So long funeral parlors, short life (and medical?) insurance companies… Got it….

  2. YMMV says:

    Dr. Campbell, from that video:
    “My big fear is we’re going to see an increase in cancers over a period of years”

    And, I suspect, other things too. So the super-smart powers thought it was a good idea to have the body’s cells make the spike protein … and didn’t know just how many cells and where in the body those cells were … and that those cells would be killed by the immune system. I guess we will all find out sooner or later.

    The doctor’s point is very good. Lots of people are dying and there is hardly any media coverage or outrage.

  3. AC Osborn says:

    It appears the US CDC is hiding both the increase cancer and in heart failure.

  4. Simon Derricutt says:

    And, over a year later, some bits about this in (nearly) mainstream news:

    For a majority of people, it’s too late to publicise this, since they can’t un-take the jabs they’ve had. There’s maybe a bit of silver lining in that the lousy quality-control and the need to store at -80°C might mean that a fair number of the jabs were degraded by the time they went into arms and didn’t deliver the expected warhead. Still, 5 out of 6 doctors say Russian roulette is safe….

  5. E.M.Smith says:

    I probably ought to add 2 clarifications:

    1) It is presently excess deaths of about 15% in one year. It is unclear if this is a one-off bolus or if this will be 15% (or more…) excess deaths every year going forward. Is it “damaged once and done” or is it “accumulated damage with accumulating deaths”? Do repeated jabs accelerate the trend? Is long developing cancer a “gift that keeps on giving”?

    2) Because of #1, we can’t know if every year will be a “bumper crop” for Service Corp nor if it is an ongoing drag on Lincoln. This, BTW, is why Service Corp has a semi-flat overall trend but with a big bump at this year’s report. The expectation was that last year’s “better” performance was a one-off Covid bump, so it dropped after that peak. Yet this year was even “greater” by 5%. A surprise gain. But will next year also be a new peak? Or is the “bump” over now? We don’t know (so my statement of “long funeral parlors and short life insurance” ought to be seen more as snide commentary than actual investment direction – stock price is more about what other folks will think about a stock and not so much about the actual company…)

    Yet the actual year over year performance says something that can not be hidden. More people are dying even with Chinese Wuhan Covid not doing the deed this year.

  6. Simon Derricutt says:

    EM – my feeling on this is that the excess deaths will be up for a while, maybe 10 years or more, before of course that gets to be “the new normal” and no longer that visible except in life insurance premiums and average age of death.

    A friend of a friend died a few weeks after his jab, with a suddenly aggressive cancer that hadn’t been noticed before that. An old friend died “suddenly and unexpectedly” of a heart attack though previously there had been no signs of problems, and he was fit and healthy and wasn’t at all overweight.

    It seems that the heart damage is pretty prevalent with the jabs, and that such damage reflects in a higher risk of dying “suddenly and unexpectedly” of heart failure. AFAIK such damage doesn’t heal, though there might be some tricks using stem-cells that will be developed. Peaking in around 5 years on that?

    Since it also seems that the immune system standardly removes incipient cancer cells, and if you program the immune system instead to devote all its resources to making antibodies against a virus then it will likely become less effective at cancer-removal, the rash of cancer diagnoses is probably explainable. Some cancers grow pretty slowly and may not be noticed for quite a while, so I’d expect a bump in cancers for the next decade or so. Overall, the gift that keeps on giving for a long time.

    Might also be worth looking at autoimmune diseases, since if the immune system has to kill human cells that are producing the spike then it may see those cells as foreign and kill uninfected cells too. I’m not certain of how autoimmune diseases start and continue, but I’d suspect it’s based on the “friend or foe” identification system going a bit wrong.

    This Winter, though, the extra cost of heating here in Europe and in the USA will likely result in more deaths related to lack of adequate temperatures in the house, so the pensioners who have so far survived both Covid and the jabs may succumb to the cold. Add to that the various versions of ‘flu that took last year off because of lockdowns and may have accumulated enough genetic change to infect a lot more people than usual and I think we can expect this years’ excess Winter deaths to be higher than usual; maybe 10% more, maybe more.

    Could be quite a few years of that bump being higher for various reasons. I noticed that here in France they are considering re-hiring the medics and nurses that they previously sacked because they wouldn’t accept the jab, since there’s now a distinct shortage and a lot of unfilled positions. Same problem in the UK. Not really helped by the excess deaths amongst the vaccinated medics, either.

  7. cdquarles says:

    @ Simon,
    Autoimmune diseases are *exactly* friend or foe classifications, which are done chemically, going wrong. The immune system is trained by selective enhancement of some cells and selective removal of others.

  8. another ian says:

    “In South Australia last year suddenly lots of young adults went to hospital with “cardiac issues” ”


  9. The True Nolan says:

    “So I guess it’s time to be in Funeral Stocks… See, there’s a Silver Lining to every cloud…”

    I realize you are a bit tongue in cheek — but one might also wish to NOT be in maternity supply companies, or childcare products.

  10. David A says:

    Simone says, “AFAIK such damage doesn’t heal, though there might be some tricks using stem-cells that will be developed.”

    There may be no need to wait. With long fasts, 48 or 72 hours plus, the body begins to produce both growth hormones and stem cells, as well as greatly accelerated cleansing of old cells, and things like cancer cells.

    There were a few new facts, and therapies in all the many responses concerning my wife’s health struggles. We were doing 90 percent of it, as much as naturally as possible, like Selenium from Brazil nuts, etc.

  11. The True Nolan says:

    @David A: RE stem cells from fasting. Yes, there seems to be some real possibilities in that, especially with dry fasting, i.e., no-water fasting. The last couple of years I have done two long (five day) fasts with no liquids at all. I will probably do another in January. Do they REALLY activate stem cells? Hard to say. Maybe in another five years I will have a better idea of how effective it is. This guy, August Dunning, seems to have the most info. I will say, his books get into the biochemical weeds quite deeply:

    The reputed advantage of dry fasting over regular water fasting is that some biochemical responses are more quickly triggered without water, especially autophagy and stem cell production. For what it is worth, a five day dry fast is not as bad as you might think. Hunger was not a problem, and even thirst was minor the first three days. I was thirsty day four, and day five I was really thirsty, but the worse part was a VERY dry mouth and tongue. Dunning seems to have lightened up some on water usage during fasting and now says “take showers or baths, and rinse your mouth if you wish but don’t swallow”. It was very surprising how much I continued to pee due to water created while metabolizing fats into CO2 and H2O.

    I would NOT try prolonged dry fasting if I had kidney problems or was on blood thinners.

  12. David A says:

    @ TTN, Please watch from about minute 23 or 24 on for at least 15 minutes, The stem cell production is very real, very documented. (As is growth hormone, autophagy, removing of cancer cells, etc,,,) The entire broadcast is entertaining, but the first 20 minutes or so are more common knowledge now. Dr Pradip is a very successful Cardiologist surgeon, and the pharmaceuticals can’t stand him. Yer his status makes him untouchable.

    I have not heard of the no water fast. He is not a fan of no water, and somewhat explains why. Do you check your ketone levels while fasting? In a five day fast mine went to a high but still safe level, so I would not want them higher. (Just using the urine strips) Also for me the water, or some coffee, which does not break a fast, helps with the occasional hunger pangs until they pass. I understand with a low carb low or zero processed seed oil diet, plus a one day a week, and three days once a month fasting, puts most folk in a state where autophagy kicks in very rapidly.

  13. Lynn Clark says:

    As shown in this new 68-minute documentary, embalmers and others around the world are encountering never-before-seen clotting in veins and arteries.


  14. The True Nolan says:

    @David A: Really good video. There is a huge overlap in the mechanisms described by Dr. Jamnadas and those in August Dunning’s book “The Phoenix Protocol”. Much of Dunning’s writings are based on Russian research using dry fasting. Just FYI, that book is free at:

    So… water fasting vs dry fasting? It’s a big world, I think there is room for both. Certainly dry fasting is less common, and would require a closer monitoring of any potential unwanted side effects.

  15. E.M.Smith says:

    FWIW, some many months ago I did a dive into intermittent fasting. Looks like anything over 12 hours starts to be helpful, but over 18 hours is where it really gets going. Ideal is a 1 hour period in the day when you eat, but otherwise don’t.

    No idea if you really get all the same benefits as long fasts; but some folks were claiming it.

    I’m pretty sure one could get “primed” for a long fast with intermittent fasting. I.e. get yourself down to 1 big meal (and maybe a couple of snacks) in a day, all concentrated in a 4 to 6 hour window, and you are already running your metabolism as keto for a lot of the day (especially if also low carbs…); so a swap to “just keep doing it” for a few days would be easier than the transition from 4000 calories of lasagna a day to nothing…

    I did the intermittent fasting for a few weeks and it did seem to do good things.

    Then chocolate happened ;-)

  16. Steven Fraser says:

    @E.M. Greetings from Texas, where we are enjoying cool and wet weather this Fall. Like yourself, we had a nice thanksgiving, and for the first time, I did not overeat… much. :-)

    I was prompted to write in response to the comments on fasting, which I have been doing experimentally for the last 9 months or so… In addition to the aforementioned intermittent and 3-5 day types, to which my metabolism seems to have an affinity, I have also been experimenting with the timing of the meals, and also that of coffee.

    Seems that, all things considered, a full-nutrient morning meal, with caffeinated coffee (or tea), ~90 mins after a dawn wake-up, might be my optimum for energy-consistency, satiety and concentration. I am going to be testing this combination over the next few weeks. Stay tuned.

    I am also continuing to schedule 3-day (72-hr) wet fasts, with just lemon water and coffee. I completed one of these just before flying to England last month, and, for the first time in many years, did _not_ have digestive disruption the first week-end. What an unexpected benefit.

    I wish you all the best as you enjoy the holiday season.

  17. David A says:

    EM says “No idea if you really get all the same benefits as long fasts; but some folks were claiming it.”
    Check out the link above in my post. Yes, naturally it varies depending on how the body is primed, and how carb sugar addicted one is to start. Yet it is quite clear, the real major autophagy benefits occur or greatly intensify on day 3 plus. Start at minute 20 or so if pressed for time.

  18. The True Nolan says:

    Disconcerting news from Dr. Peter McCullough, IF VERIFIED. He is now saying that yes, there are cases of reverse transcription of the mRNA, that the mRNA does not appear to be clearing, and that close contact may spread even the lipid nanoparticles.


    “McCullough referenced an article of his where he cited a study by Helene Banoun showing that lipid nanoparticles that carry the mRNA spread throughout the body and “have been shown to be able to be excreted through body fluids (sweat, sputum, breast milk) and to pass the transplacental barrier.”

    “And in a paper by Fertig and Colleagues, the messenger RNA is found circulating in blood for at least two weeks” (here), the physician told Gaw. “And the curves were not going down. That’s as long as they looked.”

    He stated another paper “found messenger RNA in the vaccinated in lymph nodes for months. It looks like the body’s not clearing it out.”

    Furthermore, he explained that the mRNA has “never been demonstrated to actually leave the body. They look like they’re permanent, as well as the spike protein that’s produced after them. This is very disturbing.”

    “This messenger RNA, it looks like it’s for keeps. Every shot is accumulating in the body with no ability for the body to get rid of it,” the former president of the Cardiorenal Society of America explained.

    The cardiologist related that he had also been told these realities were impacting dating apps where now “one of the most important checkboxes is if someone’s unvaccinated. People really don’t want to date vaccinated people right now.”

    Citing two more studies, McCullough conveyed another alarming finding, that since the mRNA remain in the body for an extended period of time, “it looks like they do permanently install into the human genome through what we call reverse transcription.”

    “So, this is disturbing that not only does the vaccine not get out of the body, but now they’re changing the human genome. This is shown in the human hepatoma cell line. And so it’s conceivable that two vaccinated people could actually pass the code for Pfizer or Moderna into the baby permanently,” he said. “So, this is very, very disturbing.”

  19. cdquarles says:

    This stuff is *not* mRNA. It is a RNA *transposon*, and that makes all the difference. That said, it is not as disturbing as it may seem given that this happens *all the time*, just not known to happen in this way with a ‘vaccine’. Every breeding operation does genetic modification. I would not be surprised if genetic recombination doesn’t make it go away nor make it happen in other situations. We don’t know enough.

  20. jim2 says:

    The fast antigen tests would detect antigens for the spike protein if present. I have had two COVID tests in the past 3 weeks, both were negative. If the mRNA (or whatever) were still churning out spikes, those tests should have been positive, no?

  21. The True Nolan says:

    @jim2: “If the mRNA (or whatever) were still churning out spikes, those tests should have been positive, no?”

    Really good question! Makes me wonder… Does someone who gets the jab test positive for COVID immediately after? The next day? The next week? The next month? If not, why not? If yes, then for how long? Or maybe to be positive, the test requires the higher level of antigens present in a full blown infection, but will not detect a lower grade but chronic level.

    I don’t know the answers, but you raise a good point, jim2!

  22. jim2 says:

    There are a couple of others, one?, here who have gotten the jab. The government will send you free test kits. It would be interesting to test to see what the outcome would be.

  23. H.R. says:

    @jim2 – I think it was a few more that you and Mrs. H.R. (and your Mrs.) who got the jab.

    It was all up in the air at the time and there were external pressures to get the jab, so my recollection is about 1/2 dozen or so, some who only comment very rarely but wanted to contribute to the tally and reported getting the shot. A lot of the discussion was “which shot is best?” The one-and-done was favored IIRC.

    My wife was definitely in favor of her mom getting the shot because no assisted living facility would let her 84-year-old mom in the door, let alone take her on. At the time the oldest were getting the first shot at the shot since there weren’t enough doses for everyone. Then my wife had to get the shot so she could get in the door to a facility with her mom just to see if it might be suitable.

    There wasn’t enough information to really make an informed decision at the time, and this crowd wasn’t particularly against the ‘vaccine’ so much as just unwilling to take the plunge without more data. Bunch of data-driven yahoos here I’d say 😉and sceptical of the gubmint push for the ‘vaccines’ given the obvious jiggering of the data on the virulence and death rates from the Kung Flu, and the bad-mouthing of IVM and HCQ.

    Anyhow, that’s my recollection of the state of our knowledge at the time the jabs were available to us in the next tier of eligible by age.

    I’ll ask if she is interested in the free tests, but she has expressed negative interest in any testing. Won’t hurt to ask though.

  24. jim2 says:

    I know of one other person who had the double jab who has tested negative by the antigen test lately.

    I’m sure you guys know family and friends who have gotten the jab and taken an antigen test.

    I think it is a good idea to temper one’s views with as much real-world data as possible, even if it isn’t strictly “scientific.”

  25. Simon Derricutt says:

    Jim2 – a while back, Karl Denninger ( https://market-ticker.org/akcs-www?blog=Market-Ticker-Nad ) found that the bad reactions to the vaccines seemed to be concentrated within a small number of batch-numbers. Thus might be a manufacturing problem where a fairly small percentage of batches are either to-specification and work as-intended (and thus cause problems), or maybe most don’t work as-intended, or maybe if they work as-intended it’s safe but occasionally there’s an error in manufacture and you get a “hot” batch that causes problems. Then again, not really enough information around to be at all certain.

    Thus looks to me that we can’t be “scientific” here – there’s bugger-all data we can be sure of. AFAIK only around 30% of the RNA injected is actually valid, with the rest being “junk” or damaged – but it’s not specified as to what happens if some of it is mutated and does something else when injected.

    Looking at the multiple infections of people we can be fairly sure have had real injections (not saline) and have their full complement of boosters (currently looks like 2 jabs followed by 3 boosters), I’m not seeing that it stops people catching Covid or passing it on. In the UK, last I heard Keir Starmer, who is very much a follow all rules sort of person, had tested positive for Covid and needed to self-isolate 6 times. Reading comments on the net, seems pretty common to know people who’ve had all the jabs yet kept getting re-infected.

    One problem with the early testing is that jabbed people showed up as being infected with HIV. One of the problems of looking for an infection by matching a fairly short length of DNA.

    Net result, as I see it, is that if you aren’t seeing a problem after the jab, you may well have dodged the bullet. It may have been an inactive batch, or had been stored too long or at a not low-enough temperature and the mRNA was denatured.

    Looking at Dr. Campbell’s figures, the “died suddenly” is a few per thousand. May thus be relatively good odds of not being damaged, although that number is way higher than traditional vaccines.

    Logically, if the vaccine is working and the rapid testing is looking for the spike protein, the rapid test should show positive after the jab (and I’m pretty sure that was the reason they said to not use the RAT too soon after the jab). Might be a problem if the RAT is looking for the latest variant such as Omicron and the jab was supposed to give you original spikes. Thus maybe the batches you got didn’t work….

    Still, I don’t trust any of the data.

  26. David A says:

    Simon, the batch issue, and really all things Covid, is discussed in unparalleled detail linked in my comment here. I learned more about the batch question, and many other aspects of Covid and the vaccines then I had gained from extensive reading of many many different publications.


  27. YMMV says:

    There are lots of ways to test for Covid. There was discussion once upon a time about the PCR tests. There has never been public discussion of the rapid tests. Use your best search engine and try to find out what they test for exactly. There are lots of things they could target, such as nucleocapsid, phosphoprotein, spike protein. Different products could test different things. As far as I can tell, none of them say what they test for. Lots of jabbed people take a test when they suspect Covid … and get a negative result. What does that mean?

  28. David A says:

    YMMV, much of that is also covered in the paper I linked to. While it is long, the Table of contents makes it easy to navigate. As a single source for most things Covid, it is the best I have seen.

  29. jim2 says:

    YMMV – good question. The at-home test looks for Nucleocapsid protein, not the spike. So, it wouldn’t detect the spike from a vaccine.

  30. YMMV says:

    I downloaded that document. I expect it will be in the TL;DR category for most,
    including most bureaucrats and politicians.

    Here is a direct link to that document:

    Click to access EvidentiaryDocument_COVID19NationalLevelHarm_01122022.pdf

    Skipping directly to the conclusion (modified for readability – formatting):

    However, I am not pro-vaccination for mutation-prone coronaviruses using spike protein antigens (since 2004) given their 30-year legacy of antibody-dependent enhancement of virus infection (ADE) and vaccine- associated enhanced disease (VAED). I am against vaccination using genetically modified spike protein antigens that bind to critical physiological receptors lining blood vessels and vital organs (i.e., heart, lungs, brain, kidney, gonads, and endocrine) knowing these would cause pathologies with 100% certainty (since 2004, SARS). I believe in the right of choice between the use of superior natural infection-derived immunity over improperly tested and hastily approved harmful vaccination for a disease no worse than influenza in sub-70yr demographics, and for which we already had effective treatments. I am anti-Blitzkrieg speed vaccination campaigns done before predictable ADE could be discovered/uncovered in the surveillance data.

  31. jim2 says:

    The iHealth ones from the government are for nucleocapsid protein antigen . I don’t know what the doctors used on me and the wife.

    iHealth COVID-19 Antigen Rapid Test

  32. jim2 says:

    In the evidentiary paper, the author states this:

    Alarmingly, there is also molecular evidence the progenitor of SARS-CoV-2 Omicron “jumped” from1737
    humans into mice around mid-2020, rapidly accumulating an unprecedented level of 45-point mutations1738
    molecularly consistent with a period of intensive mouse evolution before “jumping” back into humans with1739
    enhanced human infectivity and transmissibility potential.439 Were these mutations driven by transgenic1740
    mice expressing human ACE2 receptors, similar to those cited? 440 , 441 In consequence, the Omicron1741
    receptor-binding domain (RBD) now binds to the human ACE2 receptor with 2.4x the affinity of the1742
    original Wuhan-Hu-1 strain. At the same time, RBD-specific neutralizing antibodies have reduced binding1743
    affinity. There is also evidence of fundamental changes in the Omicron cell entry process.442 In my view, if1744
    this research was valid in its conclusions, it raises big questions about someone manipulating this pandemic

    If you read the references, they do not support the conjecture that someone is manipulating the pandemic.

    I was able to find all of the papers referenced in this paragraph. All you have to do it highlight the journal and paper title + id info, and search that. Found all of them as first in the list.

  33. David A Anderson says:

    “ If you read the references, they do not support the conjecture that someone is manipulating the pandemic.”

    Is it not possible ( like with many CAGW published papers) that yes, it is true they don’t state conclusions that are hinted at or described. I have read details of papers that the NIPCC references as CAGW skeptical. The authors deny that their papers are CAGW skeptical. Yet the often fail to read what the NIPCC said specifically was the reason their paper was included as a CAGW skeptical paper. The NIPCC quotes directly from the papers, and then explains very specifically how the contradict the IPCC claims.

    I think that is what is being said here; that certain changes in the Covid virus moving to more current versions are not likely to have happened naturally. The papers may not assert that, but logic from a trained virologist reading said paper may.

  34. YMMV says:

    jim2: There is an at-home spike test

    Not yet authorized, but it is a saliva test kit!
    I am so tired of sticking things up my nose.

  35. jim2 says:

    @David A Anderson – Covid 19 is a prolific mutator. It really doesn’t need any help in that regard. It is known C 19 infects other mammals. Mice and men live in close contact in many cases – enough cases I would say. The idea that the virus from a human infected a mouse isn’t far fetched at all. The the virus mutated. No mystery.

  36. jim2 says:

    Having been vaccinated, I want to take the spike antigen test. Just for kix and giggles.

  37. H.R. says:

    @jim2 – “Hell no!” which I interpreted as not interested. At least I asked the Mrs.

    I’d be interested in the spike protein test just to see if I’m picking up much from shedding. I use IVM as a preventative and I’d be curious if it is helpful against the shedding.

    If they are only a few bucks and available OTC, I’ll probably take that test. If I do, I’ll report the results.

  38. Ossqss says:

    Did we take tests all the time when we were not even really sick before Covid, or ever?

    Nope, why now?

    Is this Pharma training?

    The threat from this virus, in reality (statistically), has never been what we were told and is even less now. It is becoming evident the cure is worse.

    Frankly, it is quite scary to put all the pieces (evidence) together over the last few years.

    And you may ask yourself, well, how did I get here!

  39. Talking Heads :)
    You may ask yourself,
    ‘How did I get here?’

  40. H.R. says:

    @Ossqss – Oddly, or maybe not, I’m not worried about FauXi’s Flu given the high survival rate and the availability of effective treatments.

    So, I am not fearful, but I am curious about the answer the jim2’s simple question. I just don’t think we’ll be getting the answer from the Military/Industrial Medical/Gubmint Complex. I think it’s gonna be a DIY project if we want to know.

  41. David A says:

    Jim2, most all know that corona viruses easily mutate. (That is not cogent to the possibility of manipulating said mutations.) The devil is in the details, and there are many.

    I remember some papers on Omicrom that were very concerned with the amount and kind of mutations observed. One factor is the likely lab created virus apparently left many open passages for easy manipulation. I think it would take a great deal more detail and research (on my part) to begin to form an opinion on the willful manipulation of Covid in any particular direction. It was presented in the paper as a concern, certainly and certainly not as proven. The person doing that presentation knows and understands immunology in far far greater detail and nuance than I, so I simply leave it as the kind of question that is very valid to ask.

    Especially true given the criminal behaviour of the PTB. The very fact that a US company has now taken this less virulent strain, and made it more deadly, (unbelievable!! more GOF manipulation on the very disastrous disease sweeping the globe, and likely from a release of prior GOF research) and using the left open pathways mentioned, is yet another behaviour that makes such concerns valid to ask and research, and foolish to ignore.

    Covid IS a manipulated pathogen, and the shots further manipulate the virus already. That shot caused mutated virus has in fact already been made more virulent in the lab. I put nothing past these people.

  42. The True Nolan says:

    Add one more head to the pile of skulls. 48 year old journalist, no cause of death assigned.
    “Wahl had written that he had not being feeling well in the days preceding his death, saying in part: “I could feel my upper chest take on a new level of pressure and discomfort.” He sought medical attention, for what he was told was probably bronchitis and received antibiotics.”

    Vaxxed? Unvaxxed? Could be either… but I know which way I would bet. Seriously, if you HAD to bet $1000 one way or the other, which would you choose?

  43. David A says:

    HR and Jim 2, Just an FYI, if you have a medicare card you can pick up (FREE!!) minus our growing federal deficit, up to 8 covid antigen tests a month, per card.
    CVS Rite Aid etc… You just need to bring your card in.

  44. Jon K says:

    Huge increases reported in sudden deaths in Germany according to this presentation using German official data. Sources in the first comment.


  45. David A says:

    Jon K, this was posted on the Wood thread as well. It is difficult to get clarity on the assertions and evidence without an english translation.

  46. Jon K says:

    Yeah, I saw it a few minutes after I posted the comment. This community is on top of things :)

  47. The True Nolan says:

    A lot of people have been complaining that the vaxx was not really “safe and effective” like we were all told. Granted, it was not perfect — but I don’t see where it was any less safe than all the more traditional forms of genocide.

  48. Ossqss says:

    Another “Peer Reviewed” study on vaxxicide. You get the ZH version as Epoch requires a subscription.


  49. The True Nolan says:


    Interesting article by Naomi Wolf on her battle to prevent Yale University from requiring vaxx and boosters for ALL students (but not for faculty). The literal money shot is just past half way through the article:

    “Yale receives more from HHS than it does from tuition.
    Yale has received $9 billion from HHS since 1998 — $1.7 billion since COVID began in 2020. Yale received $607 million from HHS for this year alone — versus the $475 million that the university received from tuition.
    In other words, Yale needs HHS more than it needs its own students.”

    I think it is important to remember that not all parts of the Covid scam are motivated by the same desires. The very top desires genocide. The next layer down desires power. The next desires money. The next desires to keep their license. The next just want to keep their jobs. And the very lowest? The average shot recipient? They want to assuage their fears by being a loyal member of the herd.

    (I say the above in a general, not a universal sense.)

  50. YMMV says:

    The True Nolan: The very top desires genocide. The next layer down desires power. The next desires money. The next desires to keep their license. The next just want to keep their jobs. And the very lowest? The average shot recipient? They want to assuage their fears by being a loyal member of the herd.

    That last part isn’t quite right. A small distinction, but very important:
    Their part is to amplify the fears. Apart from being the cannon fodder, their role is to keep the rest of the herd in line and obeisant.

    Good word, obeisant, respect your superiors and obey.

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