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I think the way the establishment is presenting statistics on the corona pandemic is very strange.

Therefore, by correlating historical and preliminary data I attempt to provide an alternative perspective on the 2020 Covid-19 pandemic in various countries. At this moment I am only able to analyze countries with highly efficient statistical infrastructures. The numbers are preliminary, but of high confidence intervals; they are subject to change but are not expected to do so radically. If you find any errors, I appreciate if you let me know.

“Mortality rate” in this thread is defined as the percentage of the population that dies in a given period (m = deaths * 100 / population.)

I was asked in a previous thread to provide a boomer-friendly website with this information, which I have done here:
https://oronu.wordpress.com/2021/01/29/mortality-statistics/

Please feel free to post other statistics/discussion related to corona as well in these threads.

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NORWAY
- In Norway, the average mortality rate from 2000-2019 was 0.86%.
- In 2020 the preliminary mortality rate is 0.74%, which is well below their long term average.
- 0.74% is the lowest mortality rate in the recorded history of Norway.
- There are no reports of overloaded hospitals.
- Norway has had light lockdown measures and no mask mandates.
- Fiscal measures in response to Covid-19 in Norway amount to 5.3% of it’s GDP (NOK245.4 billion.)
>https://www.ssb.no/statbank/table/07459/
>https://www.ssb.no/statbank/table/07995/
>https://www.regjeringen.no/en/topics/the-economy/economic-policy/economic-measures-in-norway-in-response-to-covid-19/id2703484/
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SWEDEN
- In Sweden, the average mortality rate from 2000-2019 was 0.97%.
- In 2020 the preliminary mortality rate is 0.94%, which is slightly below their long term average.
- The previous year Sweden experienced a higher mortality rate was in 2012 (0.96%.)
- There are no reports of overloaded hospitals.
- Sweden has had no lockdown measures and no mask mandates.
>https://www.statistikdatabasen.scb.se/pxweb/sv/ssd/START__BE__BE0101__BE0101A/BefolkningR1860/
>https://www.statistikdatabasen.scb.se/pxweb/sv/ssd/START__BE__BE0101__BE0101G/ManadFoddDod/
>https://www.scb.se/hitta-statistik/statistik-efter-amne/befolkning/befolkningens-sammansattning/befolkningsstatistik/pong/tabell-och-diagram/preliminar-statistik-over-doda/
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>>309375878
Sweden 1900-2020.
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>>309375878
GERMANY
- In Germany, the average mortality rate from 2000-2019 was 1.06%.
- In 2020 the preliminary mortality rate is 1.16%, which is above their long term average.
- The 2020 mortality rate is 0.01 more than in 2018 (1.16% vs. 1.15%.)
- The mortality rate in Germany appears to closely follow a long-term upwards trend.
- There are no reports of overloaded hospitals.
- Germany has had somewhat repressive lockdown measures and mask mandates.
- Fiscal measures in response to Covid-19 in Germany amount to 39.9% of it’s GDP (€1367.5 billion.)
>https://www-genesis.destatis.de/genesis/online?operation=themes&levelindex=0&levelid=1611455508071&code=12#abreadcrumb
>https://www.destatis.de/EN/Press/2021/01/PE21_032_12621.html
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NEW ZEALAND
- On New Zealand, the average mortality rate from 2000-2019 was 0.68%.
- In 2020 the preliminary mortality rate is 0.64%, which is slightly below their long term average.
- New Zealand has had a statistically insignificant amount of Covid-19 cases.
- New Zealand has had light lockdown measures and light mask mandates.
>https://www.stats.govt.nz/topics/population
>https://www.stats.govt.nz/experimental/covid-19-data-portal?tab=Health&category=Weekly%20deaths
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UNITED KINGDOM
- In the United Kingdom, the average mortality from 2000-2019 was 0.94%.
- In 2020 the preliminary mortality rate is 1.02%, which is slightly above their long term average.
- The mortality rate in 2020 is lower than in 2000 and 2003, and the same as in 2001.
- The 2020 mortality rate in the UK is lower than the long term average in Germany.
- There are no reports of overloaded hospitals.
- The UK has had extremely repressive lockdown measures and mask mandates.
- Fiscal measures in response to Covid-19 in the UK amount to 25.7% of it’s GDP (£568.1 billion.)
>https://www.ons.gov.uk/peoplepopulationandcommunity/populationandmigration/populationestimates/timeseries/ukpop/pop
>https://www.ons.gov.uk/peoplepopulationandcommunity/birthsdeathsandmarriages/deaths/datasets/deathsregisteredinenglandandwalesseriesdrreferencetables
>https://www.ons.gov.uk/peoplepopulationandcommunity/birthsdeathsandmarriages/deaths/datasets/deathregistrationssummarytablesenglandandwalesdeathsbysingleyearofagetables (2000-2018)
>https://www.ons.gov.uk/peoplepopulationandcommunity/birthsdeathsandmarriages/deaths/datasets/weeklyprovisionalfiguresondeathsregisteredinenglandandwales
>https://www.nisra.gov.uk/publications/weekly-deaths
>https://www.nrscotland.gov.uk/statistics-and-data/statistics/statistics-by-theme/vital-events/general-publications/weekly-and-monthly-data-on-births-and-deaths-registered-in-scotland
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>>309376042
ISRAEL
- In Israel, the average mortality rate from 2000-2019 was 0.53%.
- In 2020 the preliminary mortality rate is 0.52%, which is marginally below their long term average.
- There are no reports of overloaded hospitals.
- Israel has had somewhat repressive lockdown measures and mask mandates.
>https://www.cbs.gov.il/en/Statistics/Pages/Generators/Time-Series-DataBank.aspx?level_1=2
>https://www.cbs.gov.il/he/publications/LochutTlushim/2020/%D7%A4%D7%98%D7%99%D7%A8%D7%95%D7%AA-%D7%A9%D7%A0%D7%94-%D7%97%D7%95%D7%93%D7%A9.xlsx
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FRANCE
- In France, the average mortality rate from 2000-2019 was 0.87%.
- In 2020 the preliminary mortality rate is 0.99%, which is above their long term average.
- The mortality rate in 2020 is 0.08 more than the one in 2019 (0.99% vs. 0.91%,) which is the same difference there was between 2003 and 2004.
- The French average mortality rate in the 1950s, 60s, 70s and 80s was higher than in 2020.
- There are no reports of overloaded hospitals.
- France has had extremely repressive lockdown measures and mask mandates.
- Fiscal measures in response to Covid-19 in France amount to 28% of it’s GDP (€676 billion.)
>https://www.insee.fr/en/statistiques/fichier/4493808/2021-01-22_deces_sexe_age_lieu.zip
>https://www.insee.fr/en/statistiques/4493808?sommaire=4493845
>https://www.insee.fr/en/statistiques/serie/001641586
>https://www.insee.fr/en/statistiques/serie/001641603
>https://www.macrotrends.net/countries/FRA/france/death-rate
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UNITED STATES
- In the US, the average mortality rate from 2000-2019 was 0.83%.
- In 2020 the preliminary mortality rate is 0.99%, which is well above their long term average.
- There appears to be a statistically significant excess mortality in the US in 2020 according to CDC numbers.
- In 2020 the mortality rate is 0.12 more than in 2019 (0.99% vs. 0.87%.)
- The 2020 mortality rate in the US is lower than the long term average in Germany.
- The 2020 mortality rate in the US is the same as the long term average in Denmark.
- The 2020 mortality rate in the US is the same as the 2008 mortality rate in Sweden.
- There are reports of overloaded hospitals in some places.
- The US has had extremely repressive lockdown measures and mask mandates in some places.
- Fiscal measures in response to Covid-19 in the US amount to 14.3% of it’s GDP ($3061 billion.)
>https://wonder.cdc.gov/controller/datarequest/D76
>https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/nvss/vsrr/COVID19/
>https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/data/dvs/lead1900_98.pdf
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US 1900-2020.
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ESTONIA
- In Estonia, the average mortality rate from 2000-2019 was 1.23%.
- In 2020 the preliminary mortality rate is 1.18%, which is slightly below their long term average.
- The mortality rate in Estonia appears to follow a downwards trend, but is higher than most western countries.
- There are no reports of overloaded hospitals.
- Estonia has had light lockdown measures and light mask mandates (from Dec. 2020.)
>Estonian sources are flagged as spam for some reason, sources in OP.
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>>309375998
Sneed's Feed & Seed (formerly Chuck's)
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NETHERLANDS
- In the Netherlands, the average mortality rate from 2000-2019 was 0.85%.
- In 2020 the preliminary mortality rate is 0.96%, which is above their long term average.
- The 2020 mortality rate is 0.07 more than in 2018 (0.89%.)
- There are a few reports of overloaded hospitals.
- The Netherlands has had extremely repressive lockdown measures and light mask mandates (from Dec. 2020.)
- Fiscal measures in response to Covid-19 in the Netherlands amount to 15% of it’s GDP (€120.3 billion.)
>https://www.cbs.nl/en-gb/news/2021/01/week-52-mortality-further-up-among-long-term-care-users
>https://opendata.cbs.nl/statline/#/CBS/en/dataset/03743eng/table?ts=1611818753353
>https://opendata.cbs.nl/statline/#/CBS/en/dataset/7233ENG/table?ts=1611818879726
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DENMARK
- In Denmark, the average mortality rate from 2000-2019 was 0.99%.
- In 2020 the preliminary mortality rate is 0.95%, which is below their long term average.
- The previous year Denmark experienced a higher mortality rate was in 2018.
- There are no reports of overloaded hospitals.
- Denmark has had somewhat repressive lockdowns and mask mandates.
- Fiscal measures in response to Covid-19 in Denmark amount to 16.8% of it’s GDP (DKK387.4 billion.)
>https://www.statbank.dk/DODC2
>https://www.statbank.dk/statbank5a/SelectVarVal/Define.asp?Maintable=FOLK2&PLanguage=1
>https://www.statbank.dk/statbank5a/SelectVarVal/Define.asp?Maintable=DOD&PLanguage=1
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FINLAND
- In Finland, the average mortality rate from 2000-2019 was 0.94%.
- In 2020 the preliminary mortality rate is 1.01%, which is slightly above their long term average.
- The mortality rate in Finland appears to follow a slight upwards trend.
- The 2020 mortality rate is 0.03 more than in 2019 (0.98%.)
- There are no reports of overloaded hospitals.
- Finland has had light lockdown measures and no mask mandates.
>https://pxnet2.stat.fi/PXWeb/pxweb/en/StatFin/StatFin__vrm__vaerak/statfin_vaerak_pxt_11ra.px/
>https://pxnet2.stat.fi/PXWeb/pxweb/en/StatFin/StatFin__vrm__kuol/statfin_kuol_pxt_12af.px/
>https://pxnet2.stat.fi/PXWeb/pxweb/en/Kokeelliset_tilastot/Kokeelliset_tilastot__vamuu_koke/koeti_vamuu_pxt_12ng.px/
>https://pxnet2.stat.fi/PXWeb/pxweb/en/StatFin/StatFin__vrm__vamuu/statfin_vamuu_pxt_11lk.px/
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Jesus Christ just wear the fucking mask and have sex incel
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INCREDIBLE STATS THIS IS EXACTLY WHY THEY HAVE TO NORMALIZE BANNING PEOPLE FOR EVERY LITTLE THING
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>>309375786
Bumpety bump. You are doing gods work, anon.
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>>309376768
But have you masked your car yet? Well, have you... grandma killer?
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>>309376349
what the hell is this shit?? 2.3MM people died in the US. where the fuck did you magically come up with an extra 8-900,000??? democrats I suppose.
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>>309375786
>corona pandemic
NEVER EVER happened.
All fields.
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>>309378608
I didn't really "come up with" anything. Those are the numbers from the CDC. Now, I know many Anons are highly skeptical of the CDCs numbers, but those are the only official figures I'm able to locate at the current moment in the US. If you have other sourced numbers, I'd be very interested in looking at them.
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Any statistics for Canada? I want to know how much we got raked. Also thank you very much for this thread, it must have been a lot of work to compile all this information. The world would be a much better place if we had more people like you.
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>>309379542
we didn't. Canada never had bad covid numbers, but we sure like to LARP as if we did.
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>>309379327
rates of deaths much smaller than the virus itself
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>>309379542
Canadian statistical authorities have at the current moment published data until November 2020. I will add Canada as soon as I'm able to. I have a list of prioritized countries I'm tracking, which currently is: Canada, Australia, Italy, Spain, Japan. What I can tell you is that according to my projections (I have compiled all the data for Canada, lacking only the last few weeks of 2020) there is absolutely no statistically significant excess mortality in Canada. But that's not so strange, the death counts from golonabilus specifically is already published there and are extremely low.
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>>309379801
Regardless, no one should subject themselves to experimental prophylactic medical treatments to ward off a disease that almost exclusively kills people that's older than the average life expectancy and unhealthy. The average corona victim is 80 years old and obese.
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amazing work bro but PLEASE standardise by age group (for example in the UK the number of over 85s has doubled from the 80's to 2010).
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>>309381464
No point of saying old people died. /pol/ would let old people die in a heartbeat because they just don't care.
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this is how far out the models were on swedens excess deaths. this is still what everyone is basing their measures on.
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>>309381693
lockdowns are killing young people. most people who die from corona have *maybe* a year left.
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>>309381907
>most people who die from corona have *maybe* a year left.
are you a bot or something
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Good thread
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>>309381464
Hey, thanks for these. I'm saving them. I would like to do something like that for all the countries, but there are limits to how much work I can put into this and compiling statistics from different sources with different methodologies takes time. If I can give a recommendation it's to put some sources in the images. Not for me, I'm able to look it up myself, but you know how redditors are. If there's not over 9000 citations on something they just sperg out and deboooonk.

But yes, it's certainly true that this "pandemic" is probably mostly just that we've been building up an excess of very old and sick people, kept alive on betablockers and insulin way past their expiration date.
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>>309382085
huh? the average age of death from covid is higher than the average life expectancy by a year or two pretty much everywhere. if you could put that in a pill it'd be worth millions.
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>>309375786
absolutely amazing work based research anon
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>>309375786
Can you do belgium, fren?
they claim there are 14,000+ extra deaths due to covid, I doubt.
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>>309382118
i've been posting a bunch of these with sources around and they never gain much traction lol. if you search twitter for age standardised data there's a huge dump right now since most countries have released the figures.
>But yes, it's certainly true that this "pandemic" is probably mostly just that we've been building up an excess of very old and sick people, kept alive on betablockers and insulin way past their expiration date.
yep. this coupled with the extreme loosening of the cause of death criteria and the blanket unreliable testing and you get 2020. it's like they've weaponized old people dying and an accounting error to completely restructure society.
check out ivor cummins on twitter and youtube he's got a lot of good stuff on this.
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>>309382118
oh man you might be interested in this
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1dvfMYnPrb_Ln9qvEZVuLP5LpC2WPubCILOFUTrivws8/
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>>309375786
Based Norway bro debunking the establishment narrative. Thank you for your service.
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>>309382806
After checking out Belstat, I see that they have published death counts for 2020, so yes, I can do Belgium! I'll add it for the next thread.

It might be true that there are some excess deaths from gorona in Belgium, we do see some more older people than "normal" (last few years) dying in some countries. But keep in mind that in many countries, like Belgium, the death rates are at historical and unprecedented lows.
>https://www.macrotrends.net/countries/BEL/belgium/death-rate

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>>309382932
Thanks, I'll check it out!
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>>309383719
Thanks, fren.
I took at look at statbel and it seems that where there is an increase in elderly deaths, there is a reduced death rate among young people.

I'd explain this by saying less road travel, less partying (drinking deaths/accidents) and other causes like that.
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>>309382305
Yeah, in our country it's same. Average lifespan(fuck life expectancy) is about 80 years, average age of corona death is 81.
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>>309384176
Same. Average age of golonafatality here is 84 years old, average life expectancy is 82.
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>>309381907
Those numbers are indeed weird. Honestly my first reaction is to assume that these numbers are wrong in some way. What kind of hypothesis could even begin to explain this data? What is killing these young people in greater frequency in 2020 and caused by staying at home? It can't be car crashes, lockdowns don't increase that, it can't be fatal stabbings, lockdowns don't increase that, it can't be work-related accidents, lockdowns don't increase that. If people are remaining at home and doing absolutely nothing, risk factors should only go down. Only suicide could form the basis of an hypothesis but we can immediately rule it out, if there was a sudden explosion of suicides among young people in the United States, we would surely have heard of it. So what explanation is left? I feel like we have to enter the conspiracy realm of blaming alien psychic vampires causing untraceable harm.
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>>309384537
Stress related and stress induced diseases. Some people develop autoimmune diseases.
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>>309382932
It's only going to get better. Boomers are just hitting retirement age now, so expect to be the start of a death boom that will last 20 years.
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>>309384537
>if there was a sudden explosion of suicides among young people in the United States, we would surely have heard of it
there has been a tremendous increase in that but the media is more quiet on it because theyd basically admit that lockdowns kill more people than coronavirus would and lockdowns kill younger people more. undiagnosed heart attacks etc. things that require medical attention completely ignored and people dont go to hospital out of a neurotic media induced fear. etc.
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and what this person said
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>>309385315
Probably more drug use and drinking as well, which is strongly correlated to accidents and things like that.
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>>309384537
if there's a run on exit bags it might be something the authorities would want to keep underwraps due to the suicide 'crazy' element.
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>>309386101
this too 100%
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>>309386280
*craze
suicides are known to come in clusters
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>>309384909
I love being a medical experiment
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we will be stacking up the bodies from these lockdowns for decades. at the start of 2020 the NHS had just over 1000 people waiting 52 weeks or more for treatment. that's now over 220k.
https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/nhs-waiting-lists-hit-record-23482388
https://www.todayonline.com/world/spains-other-covid-19-casualties-undetected-cancer-cases
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It's awesome.
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>>309375786
fix Sweden's section they technically had light mask mandates for public transport
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>>309390485
That's not correct as far as I know. It was a recommendation, not a mandate.
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>>309391772
>highest mortality related problems in 25 to 65 latitude and -35 to -125 longitude
hmm... that coincides with the fact that there are way more melanin and latin enrinched individuals living in that longitude area at latitudes where they evolutionary are incapable of surviving due to diminished D vitamin synthesis and storage which majorly affects the immune system... in addition to these groups also having much weaker resistance to the cold
you know, we got our strong immune system genes, sentience/intelligence and resistance to cold from h. neanderthalensis, the first european man.
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>>309393162
That's quite the mental gymnastics.
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>>309393416
Pretty good, anon, pretty good.
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>>309381907
>source: chink CDC
BASEDDDDDD
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>>309394445
lmao those rates aren't controversial memeflaggot. if anything they're on the high side.
crazy the amount of people stuck in march 2020 infowise.
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anyone get harder captchas everytime you're posting subversive shit? i do
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>>309394917
>they're on the high side
citation needed
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>>309375786

What argument are you trying to make here?
that corona is Fake or not?
these statistics could be interpreted either way, quite literally half of the presented countries show excess deaths and the other half shows similar/lower deaths
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2020 will go down as one of the silliest years in human history
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If there's an argument there, I guess I think it's somewhat dishonest how the unified western media only posts statistics comparing the last five years, and against projected models of estimated deaths instead of just real numbers. I don't think corona is fake. It's a common cold virus, that seems slightly more virulent than usual. The only country so far I've examined where I'd consider the excess mortality significant is the US, the other ones seem to be within pretty normal variations if you look at long term data.
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>>309395239
current best estimates from the cdc:

>0-19 years: 0.003% (99.997% survival rate)
>20-49 years: 0.02% (99.98% survival rate)
>50-69 years: 0.5% (99.5% survival rate)
>70+ years: 5.4% (94.6% survival rare)

source: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/hcp/planning-scenarios.html
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>>309395494
I can only imagine the history books about this in 100 years. If people in our societies are reasonable then, they're going to think we're completely insane.
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>>309376616
>fingolia
>a slight upwards trend
haha benis
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>>309395494
correct
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>>309395247
>that corona is Fake or not?
false dichotomy. they literally could've done this any other bad influenza season. when was the last time you got tested for the flu anon?
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>>309395247
It was/is overblown. It is not nothing but it is also not worth the countless restrictions and the fearmongering.
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>>309396128

Thats because the sane ones stay quiet.
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>>309396128
> If people in our societies are reasonable then,
That's a nice hopium. I doubt it tho.
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>>309397159
Yeah, but also they are kept out of the discourse. There is absolutely no lack of highly credentialed people who criticize what's going on, but they don't get a single minute of airtime, not a single newspaper article, nothing. Adding to that, social media like facebook are heavily censoring discussion on the topic. Of course there's going to be a skewed perspective, when the establishment behaves in such an insane way.
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>>309396039
>planning scenarios based on models from up Spring-Summer 2020
Jesus...
Let me just give you this meta-analysis of real-world studies from previous December before we waste more of each one's time

>The estimated age-specific IFR is very low for children and younger adults (e.g., 0.002% at age 10 and 0.01% at age 25) but increases progressively to 0.4% at age 55, 1.4% at age 65, 4.6% at age 75, and 15% at age 85
>As shown in Fig. 6, population IFR (computed across all ages) ranges from about 0.5% in Salt Lake City and Geneva to 1.5% in Australia and England and 2.7% in Italy.
https://archive.vn/xPETZ
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>>309397757
If the IFR was that insanely much higher than all other projections by the CDC, WHO and so on, wouldn't we see some more radical excess mortalities from this meme? I don't trust this Levin and his conclusions.
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>>309397670
Yeah facebook deletes any dissident information in minutes. I saw that even yesterday, it took only 10 minutes.
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this entire "pandemic" is basically an accounting error based on a change in cause of death criteria and blanket overtesting (coupled with running too many cycles on the test itself). for an example ireland released some data back when they had 1600 "covid deaths". out of all those deaths only 70 (fucking SEVENTY) were sent to ICU. why? it wasn't because their hospitals couldn't cope, because they never got anywhere near overloaded. no, the reason over 95% of their dead never went to ICO was because they were the frail elderly so moribund and close to death anyway it would've been unethical to put them through the rigors of ICU.
did you know there's been over a BILLION covid tests done now world wide? did you know in many places posthumous tests are the norm? anyone dying within 28 days of a positive gets chucked in the death pile no matter the actual cause. did you know in many places they are no longer allowed to cite "natural causes" or "old age" on death certs?
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>>309397757
it was updated in september and fucking LMAO they're almost the exact same rates as what you posted there you retard. yours were actually LOWER. fucking lek. holyfuck.
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>>309398188
Youtube as well started nuking smaller channels talking about corona, after their policy change after those boomers invaded capitol hill and milled about there for a couple of hours. Somehow boomers in capitol hill makes talking about corona "dangerous information," but don't ask me how that makes sense.
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Gotta go walk the doge. Catch you later bros.
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>>309398958
Everything makes sense, actually, once you understand that deception rules right now.
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>>309399781
i don't know this might be a huge aspect of it
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but when you come to think of it and go a bit further it actually fits very well with ... the climate change narrative
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someone had this idea before and it makes some sense although one can of course never be sure
>https://www.academia.edu/43359373/The_Pandemic_Illusion_and_Global_Governance
also bumping best thread in months on this board
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>>309375786
Thanks again for making these threads Norbro. Please keep it up and archive all this info if you can- old /pol/ would be all over this data. I’m saving as much as I can
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>>309400718
I suppose you are listening to "computing forever" channel(on bitchute and odysee). He said the same thing.
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>>309401787
i don't thanks for the suggestion fren
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>>309375786
Also I’ve said it before, very interesting how the mortality increases generally in countries with strict lockdown/mask measures....almost as if the excess deaths could be attributed to suicide/overdose/not seeking medical care/poverty etc
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>>309384537
there was a theory around more accidents could be explained by people driving faster for lockdown induced lack of traffic
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https://www.hartgroup.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/HART-Mutants-and-Borders.pdf
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>>309375842
Has this data been reviewed by reputable fact checkers? This reeks of misinfo.
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>>309403374
Yes, snopes debunked this repeatedly.
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>>309403374
kek
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>>309403374
Yes, it has already been deboooonked as "not spoopy enough for public consooomption."
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>>309403374
Fuck off shill. The data sources are linked in each post he made
>>309402805
In the US many people died in March/April/May 2020 because they avoided medical care wether emergency or other (cancer/diabetes/stroke/heart attack). There is also a notable increase in suicide and overdose deaths in the young. Also, 1% rise in unemployment causes 40,000 excess deaths based on muh science
http://www.edhovee.com/edhblog/2020/5/6/more-deaths-from-unemployment-than-covid
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>>309403960
It's also possible that the radical procedure of putting old, sick people straight on respirators, which has been widespread in the US, has contributed to the death count there. Respirators are a very invasive procedure that's tough on the body.
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>>309384537

Since the winter 2020-2021 seasonal wave is just now ending and your analysis is only 2020, you are missing a few months of epidemic.
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>>309404223
>straight on respirators
which could also be responsible for those "long term damages"
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>>309403960
> because they avoided medical care wether emergency or other
Without getting too specific, i had such personal experience, only with variation. I had a serious disease developing(during spring 2020) to the point where i knew what's wrong with me and what had to be done. I called the hospital for registration and they flat-out told me "no registration, cause corona pandemic". I called like for 3 weeks, every other day, then got to the doctors appointment(only "thanks" to the expiration of lockdown). On the same day he sent me for further analysis, then called me back to the hospital and told they had "big discovery and we need to do surgery like, in a less than a week". I was like "duh, you fucking idiots". I still have issues to this day even after surgery.
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>>309404223
Also, it goes without saying, the average American is unbelievably unhealthy. Like, how are you people still alive unhealthy. It would not surprise me if pneumonia and flus took out a lot of these people anyways. Compounded of course by people doubling down on fast food and lack of exercise for a year now.
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>>309403374
One more debonk.
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>>309405033
That sucks. Hope it works out for you. I'm sure there are many such cases everywhere.
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>>309406488
>all our bullshit worked yaay
You just know that will be the schpiel.
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>>309375786
>Fingol
like the 3rd High King of the Noldor in Middle Earth
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>>309406083
this is evil
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>>309407096
yep. they'll take credit for this but i worry what they have planned for the next seasonal resurgence. probably blame it all on 'vaccine hesitancy' and 'antimask karens' and go the full mandatory jab route.

btw you need to check out this thread: https://twitter.com/GrahamNeary/status/1294645063985836032

tldr: ferguson based the original estimated IFR on 6 chinks off 6 fucking flights out of wuhan
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>>309408666
Checking Satan-trips. How will this shit affect the children that are subjected to it?
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>>309406083
Cursed webm
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>>309408666
>>309408832
psywar on the kiddos
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>tldr: ferguson based the original estimated IFR on 6 chinks off 6 fucking flights out of wuhan
Insane. Archived here: https://archive.is/qSZOk

>>309408879
There's something unsettling about those videos, isn't there?
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>>309408832
i think we both know, an entire generation lost, basically their humanity taken away from them
if you thought zoomers and their screen addiction is a problem, wait until the kids born into this will grow up
really depressing
my children are not going to school btw
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this guy fucks https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WAj6VcZc6lc
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>>309384537
Overdoses
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>>309393664
My sister in America is a nurse, and she is literally one of these people. She is a total attention whore with no ability or will to see the bigger picture.

I ask her if she knows what the Ct rates for the PCR tests and has no fucking clue what I'm talking about.

I ask her about how may of the deaths are co-morbidities and she says that pretty much every death is from someone who has an extremely compromised immune system.

"But the other day there was a sad case when some 28 year old guy died from only covid."

I have known my sister for 32 years and I can tell when she is lying.

Fuck COVID, it is a global false flag and I don't think we will ever get the truth because there are too many dumb cunts out there like my sister.
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>>309409687
>There's something unsettling about those videos, isn't there?
sounds ridiculous, but cannot really blame them i mean hospitals are always operating at their limits in winter and there is usually a lot of work at other times too, atleast this summer they once got a break kek
i know it doesn't change the fact that these controla virus tiktok dances are beyond retarded
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>>309410080
In many ways these videos are extremely important in that they show the state of the hospitals during the height of the pandemic. The people doing them are just naive and innocent, perhaps ridiculous, but it's a really good thing they did it. No wonder this shit was shut down hard.
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>>309375786
IT WAS ALL A HOAX
THEY LEARNED FROM BILL HOW TO COOK THE BOOKS
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https://youtube.com/watch?v=28ZkOkRCea4
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>>309398188
>be facebook exec
>be 100% sure of self that covid is real, everyone is dying, and the world is ending
>see article talking about how it isnt
>the article is a threat
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>>309381693
Young people are not going to have much of a life due to the economic devastation lockdowns have caused. How the fuck are we supposed to pay for their pensions with no FUCKING JOBS?
>>309380755
Great job btw, fantastic use of autism.
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>>309375786
You're legend, anon
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>>309390485
We have no mandates. The state doesn't have monopoly on violence so only way to mandate masks in Sweden would be if the arabic clans and the state would issue the mask mandate together.
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>>309378608
What is your source on 2.3m?
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>>309410610
yes and it is a blessing and a curse that their is the interwebs now
> the fearmongering with images of hospitals at capacity and mascácos in the street doesn't work so well because there is tons of material contradicting it
> psyops like cvg posted those fake chyna videos of people dying in the streets
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i need to go to bed but this has to become a general. we need somewhere to collate facts and data (and funny shit) from the last year of this wild fucking ride. i tried getting /noburg/ going way back at the start but it was simply too early. even now posting data that shows this isn't the end of the world gets retards claiming you're a chink shill or a schizo.
we need at least one space that hasn't gone insane.
hope to see you guys tomorrow.
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>>309411015
>How the fuck are we supposed to pay for their pensions
we aren't there will be no more pensions as we know
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>>309413553
thank you for supporting my nbg back then anon
have a good rest
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>>309413712
lol i thought that was you lad
night mate
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>>309375786
The 3.2 million dead in the USA is a fake number. They had to inject +400,000 dead into the system in December to match the news headlines. There are 0 records of those additional 400,000 dead, where they died, what state they died in, what their name was, what was done with their body. They just appeared, as a number.
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>>309375786
Bless you, autistic number-crunching Nork.
Good data is a weapon.
And you're the quartermaster.
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>>309414147
Even with the official numbers it's still a /nbg/ and not an excuse for the restrictions and the fearmongering.
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>>309415132
the fearmongering never needs an excuse anon
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i am going out now thanks blessed viking anon for putting this thread together see you all i hope



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