An article was published on Sunday on the German-language platform tkp.at: Massive under-reporting of side effects and deaths after vaccinations. This is the second time I’ve started my blog post this way. This is because this website is an excellent and reliable source of unpublished information in the official media space. The author analyzed the data collected around the world on adverse vaccination reactions.
The interest in suppressing the news about vaccine side effects as much as possible is much more pronounced in some countries than in others. In the EudraVigilance database, in which the European Medical Agency (EMA) collects side effects, the Dutch analyst Wouter Aukema determined the number of side effects per 100,000 vaccinations for each country as of May 28th.
In the Netherlands there are 701 per 100,000 vaccinations, in Austria only 331, in Germany a total of 38, which obviously cannot be true. For Austria, the pharmacists’ association Pharmig had estimated the reporting rate at a meager 6%.
Public Health Scotland has published an interesting statistic that counts all deaths that occurred within 28 days of vaccination. The last of its kind was released on June 23, 2021. There is a meticulous list, depending on the preparation, of a total of 5522 deaths in the period of 28 days after the vaccination. The reporting period is December 8, 2020 to June 11, 2021. By June 11, 3.47 million people in Scotland had been vaccinated at least once. The vaccination mortality rate is therefore 0.16%. This means that 905 people per month died within 28 days of the vaccination.
In a study entitled „Estimating the number of COVID vaccine deaths in America”, Steve Kirsch, Jessica Rose, and Mathew Crawford calculate the extent of the under-reporting of side effects and deaths in the USA’s VAERS database. They conclude that underreporting is a factor of 41 and therefore between 148,000 and 226,000 Americans have died from the vaccinations.
In the face of this plandemic, why do we see every day the propaganda lies that were presented yesterday in the media as the only indisputable truth? Everyone should answer this question for themselves. There’s no shortage of information, just take a look around. I don’t want to convince anyone of the information presented here. I definitely want to motivate you to look for it yourself. This is the only way you can form a reasonably independent opinion – also from me and this blog – on this topic, which is important for everyone. Unlike the editors on television, I believe that each of you can think and draw conclusions.
The author of the article: Marek Wojcik