While the World Health Organization (WHO) is valiantly fighting for the right to take over the global decision-making process in the event of a future pandemic, which of course will be announced by the WHO, the same WHO has just released statistics on excess global deaths for 2020-2021 under the misleading title : Global excess deaths related to COVID-19, January 2020 to December 2021.
Why do I find the title of the statistic misleading? Accordingly, 14.91 million more people died worldwide in these two years, regardless of the cause of death, than would have resulted from the development of previous years. 5.42 million of those dead were officially reported as having died from COVID-19. When we know that practically no medical diagnostics were used, only the results of an incorrect and inappropriate PCR test, we know that there is no reason to qualify the cause of death for this one, newly defined disease in February 2020.
It is clearly the methods used to fight the pandemic and not the pandemic itself that has caused the deaths of so many millions of people worldwide. The experimental vaccination campaign also came at a time of very sharp increases in mortality.
In Europe, Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Switzerland and southern Ireland suffered the least.
You can download WHO statistical data in the form of Excel files from this WHO website.
Author of the article: Marek Wojcik