The blockbuster report sheds light on how public health agencies around the world overhyped ‘Covid-related deaths’ in order to drive mass hysteria.
As the Finnish report states, “Goebeler’s unit examines all Finnish death certificates before they are forwarded to the state statistics bureau. The unit focuses on coronavirus-related death certificates where the attending physician has listed Covid as either the primary or a contributing cause of death.”
“The THL tally of Covid-related deaths stood at 6,407 on Tuesday – but that figure includes all deaths that have occurred within 30 days of a positive coronavirus test,” the report continued. “According to Goebeler, in nearly 4,000 of these cases, Covid is listed as the primary or immediate cause of death. In almost 1,600 cases, coronavirus is listed as a contributing factor.”
The Finnish report further substantiates the complaints of statistical analysts and public health experts that there was a failure to differentiate between deaths from Covid and deaths with Covid during the pandemic. There is evidence that in the United States the conflation was deliberate in order to drive and perpetuate a state of public alarm.
The most obvious red flags were that approximately 95% of Covid mortalities had multiple serious comorbidities and the average age of death was around life expectancy. CDC statistics show that 95% of Covid-related deaths list an average of 4 comorbidities, while 5% list Covid as the only known cause of death. Such comorbidites include cardiovascular disease (10.5%), diabetes (7.3%), and cancer (5.6%). The average age of Covid-related death is 77 years old.
“Figures that end up as part of international comparisons may include, for instance, cases where a patient had a serious heart attack before or after being infected with coronavirus, and eventually dies due to heart failure,” the report notes. “The accompanying Covid illness may be very mild, and therefore not listed as the cause of death.”
In the early stages of the pandemic, the metric based on the 30-day time frame was more useful, according to Goebeler. Even then, there were relatively few false positives. The median age of those who have died after positive coronavirus tests has risen since last spring from 84 to 85. The median age for men is 81, while for women it is 87.
As earlier reported, Covid pandemic coordinator under the Trump administration, Dr. Deborah Birx, admitted in her book “Silent Invasion: The Untold Story of the Trump Administration, Covid-19, and Preventing the Next Pandemic Before It’s Too Late” that she would ‘hide’ data that was being sent to states to guide their Covid responses.
“Our Saturday and Sunday report-writing routine soon became: write, submit, revise, hide, resubmit,” Birx writes. “Fortunately, this strategic sleigh-of-hand worked.”
In a glaring example of hiding data fraud in broad daylight, Dr. Birx effectively admitted that the United States was exaggerating Covid-related mortality rates.
“So, I think in this country, we’ve taken a very liberal approach to mortality,” Birx said at an April 2020 press conference. “There are other countries that if you had a preexisting condition, and let’s say, the virus called you to go to the ICU, and then have a heart or kidney problem, some countries are recording that as a heart issue or a kidney issue and not a COVID-19 death. Right now we’re still recording it. And we’ll, I mean, the great thing about having forms that come in and a form that has the ability to mark it as COVID 19 infection. The intent is right now that those, if someone dies with COVID 19, we are counting that as a COVID 19 death.”
A reporter rightly pushed back: “Can you be sure? I mean, you hear from coroners that that’s not necessarily the case or are you sure? How can you be confident about that?”
It was an appropriate question at the time. The answer is simple: The public health experts were intentionally trying to drive a state of panic during the Covid pandemic. The “experts” rigged the Covid debate and the American public now demands accountability.