Sunday, November 29, 2020

Covid-19 Miraculously Reduces Deaths From Heart Disease While Not Increasing Excess Deaths- Pandemics in History

Covid-19. This virus has the ability to reduce deaths from heart disease, in fact it reduced deaths from all other usual causes, whilst not increasing overall deaths at all. This virus has the amazing ability to kick off a reset of the entire world. Remaking the world economies. And taking greater control of my life and yours. That's quite a virus. 

I'm going to relink a previous report regarding the fallacy of excessive deaths during pandemics. Covid-19 is absolutely the norm- No resulting excessive deaths, even though it has managed to cure death from heart disease in stunning fashion.

Have a read

 I read it.

 Johns Hopkins University academic: CDC data shows COVID hasn’t increased US death rate

'The data doesn’t show that older individuals are dying in a higher proportion to total deaths than usual. We also found evidence that Covid 19 death numbers were misleading'
Dr. Genevieve Briand during a Nov. 13, 2020 Johns Hopkins University Advanced Academic Programs lecture.

WASHINGTON D.C, November 27, 2020 (LifeSiteNews) – Using statistical analysis, a senior lecturer from Johns Hopkins University (JHU) has demonstrated that COVID-19 has resulted in no excess deaths, yet the university has censored the article online.

Dr. Genevieve Briand, the “Assistant Director for MS in Applied Economics,” gave a video lecture in which she examined the deaths due to COVID-19 and deaths overall in the U.S.

Her findings were compiled in an article in the JHU newsletter, penned by Yanni Gu, which has since been removed by the university. In a tweet, JHU stated that the article was deleted, because it “was being used to support false and dangerous inaccuracies about the impact of the pandemic. We regret that this article may have contributed to the spread of misinformation about COVID-19.”

In a Time of Universal Deceit — Telling the Truth Is a Revolutionary Act

John Hopkins doesn't suggest the information was incorrect. Or wrong. False. They just don't want it accessible because it contradicts the official narrative

In the lecture, using data drawn from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) website, Briand noted that the deaths of “older people stayed the same before and after COVID-19.” This finding was contrary to expectation: “Since COVID-19 mainly affects the elderly, experts expected an increase in the percentage of deaths in older age groups. However, this increase is not seen from the CDC data. In fact, the percentages of deaths among all age groups remain relatively the same.”

Presenting data from February to September, she noted that each week, before and after the impact of the virus, “an average of over 60,000 individuals die per week. So 50,000 to 70,000 deaths per week is normal, it is to be expected.” The latest weekly report from the CDC, notes that in week 46 of 2020, only “1,260” had COVID–19 “listed as an underlying or contributing cause of death.”

Comparing deaths from 2014 to 2020, Briand then demonstrated that whilst the data recorded a slight spike in 2020, there were only 11,292 more deaths than 2018. Thus the COVID spike was found to be consistent with both seasonal and historical trends.

Taking 2018 as an example, Briand pointed out that “the pattern of seasonal increase in the total number of deaths is a result of the rise in deaths by all causes,” with “heart disease, respiratory diseases, influenza and pneumonia” being the three leading causes of death.

Yet when examining 2020’s data in the seasonal period, she found that “COVID-19-related deaths exceeded deaths from heart diseases,” which was unusual, since heart disease “has always prevailed as the leading cause of deaths.”

Comparing the 2020 figures to the corresponding period in 2018, they showed that in 2020, “instead of the expected drastic increase across all causes, there was a significant decrease in deaths due to heart disease. Even more surprising…this sudden decline in deaths is observed for all other causes.”

We should understand that is simply not possible. There was no miraculous cure for heart disease in just one years time... This is cooking of the books. A fudging of the numbers. A LIE.  As anyone who has been following this "pandemic" knows there was financial incentive to have patients die of Covid.

The JHU newsletter article stated that the “trend is completely contrary to the pattern observed in all previous years.”

It also observes that “the total decrease in deaths by other causes almost exactly equals the increase in deaths by COVID-19.”

Hence, according to Dr. Briand, “the COVID-19 death toll is misleading…deaths due to heart diseases, respiratory diseases, influenza and pneumonia may instead be recategorized as being due to COVID-19.”

In the weeks in April with the highest reported number of deaths, the rise in COVID deaths almost exactly mirrored the decrease in the leading causes of deaths.


Graph depicts the total decrease in deaths by various causes, including COVID-19. SOURCE: Courtesy of Genevieve Briand


She concluded with a number of summary statements: “By the CDC’s own account, in this pandemic, deaths of children have been less than in each of the last five flue seasons,” she added.

“For three of the four weeks where COVID-19 deaths, where reported, have been higher than heart disease deaths, the number of deaths due to heart disease, influenza, and pneumonia, chronic respiratory disease and more, decreased.”

“All this points to the reason we have a higher number of reported COVID-19 deaths among older individuals than younger individuals, is simply because every day in the U.S. older individuals die in higher numbers than younger individuals.”

Briand further commented: “The data doesn’t show that older individuals are dying in a higher proportion to total deaths than usual. We also found evidence that Covid 19 death numbers were misleading. We found evidence some deaths caused by diseases of the heart, chronic lower order respiratory diseases, flu and pneumonia, and more, were simply reclassified as COVID-19 deaths.”

The American Institute for Economic Research commented on the finding, saying that the “accounting error regarding Covid deaths...has caused mass hysteria and misinformed public policy. Closing down communities to fight a virus that according to the data, has had no significant contribution to total deaths, reduces our overall capacity to build a healthy society.”

“All of this points to no evidence that COVID-19 created any excess deaths. Total death numbers are not above normal death numbers. We found no evidence to the contrary,” Dr. Briand concluded.

All of this points to no evidence that COVID-19 created any excess deaths. Total death numbers are not above normal death numbers. We found no evidence to the contrary,” Dr. Briand concluded.

 Let's revisit some pandemic history-

 May 27/20: Trends in Historical Influenza Mortality: Pandemic vs Non Pandemic Seasons.

"In the monthly data from over 70 influenza seasons since the 1930–1931 season (the earliest time for which adjusted figures could be calculated), the peak monthly death rates in the 1957–1958 and 1968–1969 pandemic seasons were no higher than (and were sometimes exceeded by) those for severe nonpandemic seasons"

And often times non pandemic seasons saw higher fatalities- Read the entire study!

 Last, but no least. Scott @ Nomadiceveryman did an excellent video covering this very subject.

JHU Study on US Mortality Rates Threatens Davos Agenda So They Erase It



From earlier today:  

France's Whining Over The Nagarno Karabakh Agreement (Russia, Armenia & Azerbaijan) Continues On.

As it relates to:No PKK in Nagorno Karabakh? Oh, Really?


  1. Good morning, Penny. I'd like permission to post a diatribe.
    While my father is on another business trip, I went to the reopened cinema again with some money I've saved, and I saw the new Mexican film, "New Order". Trailer here: I expected it to be like a pretentious student project, but was I ever wrong. It's an unrelentingly bleak 88 minutes, and definitely not for the faint of heart.
    To summarise it, fascistic elements of the Mexican military stage a colour revolution with hired mercenaries disguised as an ultraleftist indigenous miltia- they even have the motif of green paint, like umbrellas in Hong Kong and such!- and destroy the main streets/roads for traffic inside and between cities, before terrorising the blue-collar communities and the homes of the petite bourgeoisie. They interrupt a wedding to ransack an upscale house on a street close to where my uncles live (don't you like realism in film?), massacre most of the guests, and take a few hostages for extortion money. Two relatives of the bride, who took up the intiative to charitably bring their gardener's wife into a private hospital because she needs to replace a heart valve, are detained by soldiers and taken to what is basically a mix of mafia trap house and concentration camp. After "treating" the audience to shots of Mexico City modified to look like carnage from Yemen or Syria, complete with a family and her fetus carved up. The groom, his cousins/siblings and their father/uncle are transported to what looks like the office of an intel agency, where they are assured by generals and government functionaries that they're "handling the situation" (while actually collaborating with the commandos who kidnap civilians as a racket), and they are told by phone that if they cough up the equivalent of $90,000 U.S., they'll have their sister/daughter/cousin and her boyfriend back. A month passes, and while a mix of David Icke or Aaron Russo-style black helicopter shots establish a police state on steroids for the outside world, and the men slowly transfer money to the commandos' hideout while they move the goalposts. In the meantime, the kidnapped couple and the other prisoners are branded like in Auschwitz (I'm not making this up), witness a few point blank executions to ensure fearful compliance, suffer rape if they're women, and are anally probed with tasers if they're men, but both being forcibly stripped to accentuate the humiliation. They took advantage of theatres' speaker setups to play the dialogue plus "main action", from the front rows, and the background noises of adults and teenagers screaming or babies crying in the back rows, so that it sounds they're being whispered in your ears. This may sound absurdly over-the-top, but trust me, it's torture porn almost on par with Eli Roth, Rob Zombie or Dario Argento.

  2. (continued) After they finally pay "enough", the hostage couple and the gardener are driven back to his house, only to blow their brains out while putting a pistol in the latter's hand to stage it like he was responsible. The other prisoners are given a rush of hope, letting them out as if they're going free, only to be ground into bloody paste by rapid gunfire, one by one. Then the high command execute most of those commandos and mercenaries in turn, before burning their corpses in a neat row. Then right before the ending, we are given a tour of more postapocalyptic city streets shot of the Mexican flag in front a sky with blue gradients produced by the camera, with low-frequency sounds in the background, which because of its context, comes across as cold and sinister. And we finally wrap up with some more commandos and mercenaries being hung as a public ceremony while a miniature version of the flag is hoisted up at a base, set to an instrumental rendition of a martial anthem. In case this wasn't enough, I saw a family bringing a toddler to a showtime in the adjascent lunge, with such family-friendly delights in store for him. To top it off, critics continued to prove they've become a joke with all of the reviews I've read from IMDB links describing the movie as "It's about class warfare" or "it's racist against brown people!", while missing all the clues indicating it's actually the story of a mass genocide coordinated by the global elite. I must reiterate, if you don't like stories in which the main characters suffer nostop cruelty and depravity from beginning to end, then it won't be your cup of tea. I hope I'm able to get some sleep tonight.

  3. thanks for that review- I don't want to see that movie at all!