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Mysterious excess deaths in 18 – 64 year olds: Life insurance companies paying out a lot more in 2021

More strange puzzling numbers coming out of life insurance

Deaths per capita are usually tightly predictable, but it appears something serious is going on in terms of unexplained excess deaths in people aged from 18 to 64. These are people in the prime-of-their lives. If Departments of Heath and Professors of Medicine were working for taxpayers, we surely wouldn’t be trying to guesstimate how many people have died from looking at insurance company payments. But here we are. Someone official has all the morbidity and mortality data.  Someone knows.

In January we heard that the chief of  OneAmerica Life Insurance was astonished that there was an “unheard” of rise in deaths in working adults of ages 18 – 64 in the last two quarters of 2021. Deaths in this working age group were up by an amazing 40% above the historical norms.

“We are seeing, right now, the highest death rates we have seen in the history of this business – not just at OneAmerica,” the company’s CEO Scott Davison said during an online news conference… “The data is consistent across every player in that business.”

“Just to give you an idea of how bad that is, a three-sigma or a one-in-200-year catastrophe would be 10% increase over pre-pandemic,” he said. “So 40% is just unheard of.”

These extra deaths did not seem to be from people who died of Covid but were untested. It was unlikely they were unrecognised Covid cases. Official case counts of Covid were lower than the year before, and test positivity was down too. The timing of the mysterious excess deaths fitted better with a widespread experimental medical program that was rolled out en masse in the last two quarters of 2021.

There has been little news since then, which is probably not surprising given the high stakes, intense media un-interest, and also that it’s probably not something the insurance companies want to share widely, since it could affect earnings. Which is exactly the next point. If there was a sudden rise in excess deaths we would expect to see it in insurance companies financial reporting. Which appears to be happening in reporting from Lincoln National — the fifth largest life insurance company in America. Indeed their numbers may be worse than the ones discussed in January.

Crossroads report by

Fifth largest life insurance company in the US paid out 163% more in death benefits

Lincoln National, reported a 163% increase in death benefits paid out under its group life insurance policies in 2021.

This is according to the annual statements filed with state insurance departments — statements that were provided exclusively to Crossroads Report in response to public records requests.

The annual statements for Lincoln National Life Insurance Company show that the company paid out in death benefits under group life insurance polices a little over $500 million in 2019, about $548 million in 2020, and a stunning $1.4 billion in 2021.

It’s not clear how many extra deaths there were, this is just the payouts. Crossroads do some average estimates of normal payouts of around one year’s salary and guesstimate that Lincoln National paid out for around 20,000 deaths in the 18 -64 age group, which is about twice as many deaths as normal.

There have been a million deaths ascribed to Covid in the US during the pandemic and there are normally three million deaths a year, so these numbers may not look that large, but if healthy working age people are dying 30% more often or 100% more often, then something dreadful is going on.

Payouts for individual life policies were up 30%

The statements for the three years also show a sizable increase in ordinary death benefits — those not paid out under group policies, but under individual life insurance policies.

In 2019, the baseline year, that number was $3.7 billion. In 2020, the year of the Covid-19 pandemic, it went up to $4 billion, but in 2021, the year in which the vaccine was administered to almost 260 million Americans, it went up to $5.3 billion.

Increases show up in other company reports but may not be as bad as Lincoln.

Annual statements for other insurance companies are still being compiled and reviewed. So far, Lincoln National shows the sharpest increases in death benefits paid out in 2021, though Prudential and Northwestern Mutual also show significant increases — increases much larger in 2021 than in 2020, indicating that the cure was worse than the disease — much worse.

Shares in Lincoln National are down 3.6% in the month since the earnings report was released.

h/t David Archibald

The SEC has a copy of the May 4th Press Release.

SEC Lincoln National Financial Group First Quarter 2022 Results

Group Protection

Group Protection reported a loss from operations of $41 million in the quarter compared to a loss from operations of $26 million in the prior-year quarter. This change was driven by non-pandemic-related morbidity, including unusual claims adjustments, and less favorable returns within the company’s alternative investment portfolio.

The total loss ratio was 88% in the current quarter compared to 87% in the prior-year quarter, with the increase driven by unfavorable non-pandemic-related morbidity and unusual claims adjustments.

Group Protection sales increased 42% to $105 million in the quarter compared to the prior-year quarter. Employee-paid sales represented 57% of total sales. Insurance premiums of $1.2 billion in the quarter were up 4% compared to the prior-year quarter.

Life Insurance

Life Insurance reported income from operations of $58 million compared to $107 million in the prior-year quarter as improved pandemic-related mortality was more than offset by less favorable returns within the company’s alternative investment portfolio and less favorable underlying mortality.

 

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69 comments to Mysterious excess deaths in 18 – 64 year olds: Life insurance companies paying out a lot more in 2021

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    Jojodogfacedboy

    Insurance Company…
    Before we pay out the policy, we’d like our own experts to investigate…just to get a second opinion.
    Unfortunately, we have so few and they’re overbooked at this time…

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    Honk R Smith

    Modern Scientism …
    look exhaustingly high and low, up and down, but never in plain sight.
    All is anecdote and coincidence unless deemed otherwise by ‘official’ authority.
    Maybe the mysterious COD is hiding with the missing heat and the missing accountability.

    On a lighter note, Dr. Iamthescience has the CV, which means the CV has finally met its’ Maker. 🙂

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      Mantaray Yunupingu

      Honk. If you are a pureblood, none of this will really matter…

      In Oz, the wave of deceased-estate home sales is already pushing real estate prices down; the tinder and dating-type sites are awash with people seeking someone who might still be alive for a second-night stand. Employers are paying ever bigger bucks for those capable of working at least two days in a row without collapsing. Etc etc. Happy times indeed for the non-moron class!

      Must be similar in North America I suppose…hmmm.

      Sure it’s sad that so many gullibles failed to follow their mothers’ advice: “If you are ever offered pills, powders or potions of unknown effects and origins, by sleazebag main-chancers and frauds…JUST SAY NO!”, but them’s the breaks, Honk.

      Imbeciles gotta imbe-cile, I suppose. It’s in their RNA!

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        mareeS

        Sadly, Mantaray, my daughter was forced to be vaccinated (works on a military base), and so far in 2022 has had Covid twice, flu once, and lately has barely worked a full week due to illness. Her immune system is shot, her doctor is now taking the matter seriously, as she was previously a healthy young woman in early 30s before being jabbed.

        She has been on immune system support (Vit D, zinc, C, pine needle extract etc) for several months, things improve for a while then bang! Another bout of illness. This is criminal, and obviously not an isolated case.

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          Kalm Keith

          This is a terrible situation to be in and I hope things work out for the better.
          The good news is that people are working on legal proceedings in the U.S. which might get some justice eventually.

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            mareeS

            Thanks, Keith. One aspect of the situation is kind of funny, though I’m not laughing. Daughter moved back to live with us in a separate part of our property during the plandemic, as her dad is a bit stroke-affected and I was quite Ill at the time with an immune system problem.

            As things turned out, I escaped the jab by sheer avoidance, husband had the first two and daughter had three, now I am the healthiest person in the family, no colds, no flu, no Covid, no pharmaceuticals, just immune boosting diet and vitamin regime, plus exercise.

            I really fear for my daughter, though, as in addition to these bouts of Ill-health, she has developed some gynaecological problems, and plenty has been written about THAT subject in the right places recently, if all but ignored in MSM.

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              Gerry, England

              The big question must be – can the vax damage be undone? Will much effort be put into researching it? I suppose not if the vax programme is part of the evil Bill Gates plan to reduce the population.

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                A very good question. Talking about vaccine problems would be so much easier with some solutions on the table.

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                shortie+of+greenbank

                https://covid19criticalcare.com/covid-19-protocols/i-recover-post-vaccine-treatment/

                FLCCC, much like with their early recommendation of treatments to reduce severity of covid also have Post Vaccine and Vaccine Injury protocols posted.

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                John+PAK

                Gerry, a few years ago I’d have called you a conspiracy nutter but it does look like they are trying to bump some of us off. In Au there is a big chain of path labs named Barratt & Smith Pathology. Old doc B died this year and had sold the business a long time back but Dr Harrison (a partner) has commented that this fiasco does look like a cull mechanism. The man is a quiet, accomplished conservative and not prone to exaggerations.
                Is it undoable ? I suspect “yes”.
                More another time.

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              Kalm Keith

              Hi Maree,

              What can I say; I haven’t seen my daughter and grandchildren in over two years and at my age that’s a lot of my life on hold.

              Robbie Wood was a contemporary and we bumped into each other over the years. A few months ago I bumped in to Mark R and said hello, never met him before.

              Spent most of my early life body surfing at Bar Beach and later at Merewether, couldn’t afford a board.
              My sister just called and said that she and my brother in law now have CV19 and are in isolation for 7 days.
              They both had the initial two shots and after the first booster her husband was in hospital a month later with heart – lung issues.

              When he recovered they went for the second booster. Incredible.
              I have just been informed that they have now both tested positive for CV19 and her husband is laying low.

              What’s going on?

              I am WUVM and don’t think I’ve had CV19 although I haven’t been tested.
              I hope we all get through this.

              KK

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          shortie+of+greenbank

          https://covid19criticalcare.com/covid-19-protocols/i-recover-post-vaccine-treatment/

          As I posted earlier.

          One thing that could be mentioned is supplemental Taurine. Taurine helps the immune system and is the great ozmolyte in our body that balances out our electrolyte requirements, blood pressure and helps clears out clots etc. If she is on lithium and/or blood pressure meds though it can be quite dangerous taking this with them since they forcibly regulate one way and the taurine tries to set your natural balance creating a situation such as blood pressure going too low or high etc. Other studies also look at K2 MK4 status of people and regardless of their D3 status finds outcomes stratified by the presence of the compound the body releases when it doesn’t have enough MK4 in the diet (not to be confused with MK7 that some people cannot process at all). An example of this would be those with low D3 and high MGP status being many times more likely to die from covid than high D3 and low MGP status. This is in part because K2 MK4 works exceedingly well of D3, maximising benefits of combining these compounds together.

          So having a good source of K2 MK4 in the diet would help maximise the benefits of having good levels of circulating D3 (there is not much money for pharma to make from using this combo hence you will rarely find more than anecdotes on even this combo clearing up heart calcification etc and even fibrotic damage in some organs when combined with aminos like Taurine). Unlike Taurine, there doesn’t seem to issues with having a high source of K2 MK4 in the diet unless you are ideologically opposed to animal foods which is where this comes from. Supplements for MK4 tend to be much more expensive than MK7 (which as I mentioned may provide 0 benefit), cheeses like camebert and gouda are some of the highest but eggs and animal meats also contain MK4.

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            greggg

            This study found that most of our MK4 is probably made in the body from vitamin K and not obtained from diet.

            ‘Furthermore, the study showed dietary K, to be a source of
            tissue MK-4.’
            ‘MK-4 is only a minor form of bacterial menaquinones, and is
            not abundantly present in normal food products, e.g. cows’ milk and meat.’
            ‘In summary, the present study shows that some tissues accumulate K, and/or MK-4. In
            all probability MK-4 is synthesized in the tissues’

            https://www.cambridge.org/core/services/aop-cambridge-core/content/view/15BDF09AF1DB694F8040C904074D2706/S0007114596000153a.pdf/vitamin-k-status-in-human-tissues-tissue-specific-accumulation-of-phylloquinone-and-menaquinone-4.pdf

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              shortie of greenbank

              ‘in all probability’ means he has nfi.

              What we do know is no matter how much we supplement mk4 the body uses it before it registers a serious value, but with MGP values we can work out if the body’s levels are enough. Historically mechanistic studies indicated that conversion of K1 to K2 MK4 ends up being as low as 1%, much like our bodies conversion of plant omega 3 to actually useful version DHA and EPA. If it was a meaningful source we would be better adapted to making use of it.

              While dairy is a good source of mk4 it is the fermented types that have the highest levels with milk containing barely any. Dairy and especially fermented dairy have not featured in our diet until the last 10,000 years or so. Meat DOES contain good sources of MK4, some organ meats are higher again but carnivore tribes generally ate organs sparingly, in often cases giving it to dogs etc.

              With the conversion of K1 (or even K2 MK7) to K2 MK4 the actual mechanism has been theorised but never isolated often these mechanisms claims the creation of K3 in the process but no evidence of what would move K3 further along the process. This does not mean there is no benefit to K2 MK7, in most studies it outperforms K2 MK4 for very specific issues though both work well, the issue is that K2 MK7 is specifically not processed by all people and the % of those people are not small (not a genetic knockout of some far flung tribe hidden in the Andes or something like that). the hype of K1 though is ill founded and as usual more plant-based pseudo science hype.

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        Honk R Smith

        Manta, haven’t really seen as much here in Brandonland.
        The real estate market has been hot.
        There are a lot of speculative rehabs around me that oddly have starts and stops in process.
        Can’t tell if it’s labor or material supply and cost.
        I think we have a bit longer lag time before we’re told what to think.
        “Imbeciles gotta imbe-cile” …
        tru dat,
        also gotta keep the grants and the campaign contributions flowing.

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    Scissor

    I was wondering what is the official narrative for the growing covid cases and deaths in Australia? Not enough people jabbed?

    https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/country/australia/

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      Mantaray Yunupingu

      Scissor…it’s like all those fat-blaster products…

      You pay your dough and take the recommended dose. THEN double it when it doesn’t work. THEN triple and quadruple it no matter how ineffective it is…

      When you meet the shyster selling the dud fat-blaster, he /she says “TAKE MORE!’ until it actually does work.

      Same deal with gambling system sellers, and every other breed of scamster…isn’t it?

      BTW: I’m wondering just how many former Nigerian Princes are now employed by Australian Health Departments and Medical Institutes etc. Must be absolute heaps!

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      Scissor, it’s a new variant don’t you know — we’re up to BA.4 BA.5 and B.2.12.1. And previous immunity to early variants doesn’t work as well — which is why you need another booster shot (or two) to protect you from a variant that died out 18 months ago.

      It all makes sense if you are a Pfizer shareholder.

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        John+PAK

        Correct me if I’m mis-understanding this but I thought the detailed chemistry of spikes altered slightly as a virus traveled through the population. This year’s “intervention” (as Fizr term it) might work to some degree but next year will be a failure. The evidence suggests that after six months their product is useless or even slightly negative. Why design a finicky product that has such a short life ? Their modus operandi is flawed from the bio-chemistry perspective tho’ clearly profitable (as you point out).

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    Don B

    “A new study by Israeli researchers and published in Nature has revealed an increase of over 25 percent in cardiovascular-related emergency calls in the young-adult population, following the rollout of COVID vaccines, among both males and females. No similar increase was found due to COVID infection alone.

    “Israel health authorities and the U.S. Centers of Disease Control (CDC) have acknowledged a link between COVID vaccines and specific cardiovascular complications. The risk of myocarditis after receiving a second vaccine dose is now estimated to be between 1 in 3000 to 1 in 6000 in men aged 16 to 24.”

    https://www.israelnationalnews.com/news/328529?fbclid=IwAR0y8ptM9AhR699bbhnB2ctefKJVSJ5–3-9D3V6hdK5Wo_7HtuRaNqW2wU&fs=e&s=cl

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    Kalm Keith

    This new twist in story of COVID19 is going to take the understanding of what’s happened over the last two and a half years to a new place; and Dr Faucci is going to feel very uncomfortable.

    It will be possible to show excess deaths for three consecutive periods;
    1. Pre-COVID19.
    2. The spread of CV19, and
    3. CV19 plus the Vaxxines.

    Given other developments in the U.S. at this time involving mention of the RICO legislation, things are going to start jumping soon.

    KK

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      Mantaray Yunupingu

      KK. Back in the day when I was a much younger Mantaray (even before I discovered that becoming a Yunupingu to boot brought big respect at the ABC, and even bigger bucks at Centrelink), lotsa people I knew used to use all kinds of drugs etc, and then go driving, ski-ing, rock-climbing, jet-boat racing, bullfighting etc ….you name it! They were the Covid19 injectees of their day!

      One guy I knew took up javelin-throwing when acid-tripping in his bedroom…but that’s a tale for another day…

      Quite a few of those substance-abusing-mRNA-vax-wannabes were able to do like that fossilised rock-band The Who recommended in that CO2 emitting My Generation:; they died long before they got old. And we are none-the-worse for it.

      I’m guessing the Covid19 mass-death event will be just another case of All’s Well that Ends Well, as the average IQ of the remaining non-gene-jabbed-victim humans will be MUCH higher. Not to mention much prettier…

      BTW: If you cannot recall My Generation, here it is with moving pictures…https://youtu.be/lw0unC5o2pQ

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    Robber

    From the Australian Bureau of Statistics:
    In 2022, 44,331 deaths occurred by 31 March and were registered by 31 May, which is 6,609 (17.5%) more than the historical average.
    In March there were 14,343 deaths, 1,254 (9.6%) above the historical average.

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    MP

    It’s fine the experts are on to it.

    If your concerned wear a face mask, 95% effective in preventing heart disease.

    https://odysee.com/@hugotalks:8/Fakestream-Media-Heart-Compilation-Stories-Hugo-Talks55:5

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    John

    No conclusions can be drawn from this report if we don’t know (a) the causes of the deaths and (b) whether these people were insured for greater sums of money than in the past.

    Point (b) can’t be ignored. Where I live, advertising for insurance has become more common in the last 10 years than it was a couple of decades ago.

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      Kalm Keith

      The whole point in looking at “excess deaths” is that it excludes the sometimes innocent mistakes made in misdiagnosing deaths as “due to CV19”.

      People who die in a car accident should not be seen to have died from CV19 because they test CV19 Positive posthumously.

      You can’t trust the CV19 death data.

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      John, without a $5000 autopsy on every person we don’t necessarily know their cause of death, and sometimes we won’t know it even then. Excess deaths on a population wide scale are very important. They will ultimately be the only thing that rises above the sea of confounding factors and unknowable variables.

      A death from stroke, say, is still a death (usually) from a blood clot. How would we know if that blood clot was caused by a vaccination 3 months before, or was going to happen regardless? Even an honest autopsy won’t necessarily differentiate. It may take ten years of excess deaths data to show whether clots were more likely for, say, … six months following particular vaccines. It will take years to unpack this, which is one reason why normally vaccines take years to approve.

      But it’s a scandal that we are guesstimating the number of deaths from financial data rather than using actual deaths. Someone has that data.

      But yes, Lincoln F may have suffered higher financial losses if it insured people who earned more or got bigger payouts or were older or younger (I don’t know how this works, but I would have thought that payouts ought to be higher for people who die at 30 rather than 60 — yet if it is “one years wages” that won’t be the case.)

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    Daffy

    I was shocked to see that I’m no longer in the ‘prime of life’ group. Damn!

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    duncanm

    At a cursory inspection, this trend also appears in the UK mortality statistics.
    https://www.ons.gov.uk/peoplepopulationandcommunity/birthsdeathsandmarriages/deaths/datasets/deathsregisteredinenglandandwalesseriesdrreferencetables

    table 4. Mortality Rate by age.

    Age brackets 24 to 64 have gone up by about 5% on average cf. 2020. and 15% cf. 2019

    The 50-54 (male) age bracket’s ASMR has gone from ~3.8 in 2019 and previous to 4.5 in 2021. About 20% increase.

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    Zane

    Morticians must be working overtime.

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    Max

    The answer is obvious to many of us !
    Now have a look at the falling
    birth rates around the world over a similar time frame.
    Same cause, and some want jabs for infants !!!

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    Ross

    Is anyone actually conducting the post analysis of one of the greatest medical experiments in history? If anyone is doing it – who? Is it the responsibility of the FDA or TGA’s of the world? Is it federal ministries of health equivalents in each country. Will the WHO do the post COVID vaccine analysis for the world and compare high vax countries vs low vax countries. I’m sure the pharmaceutical companies wont be doing it. Will we get a half baked analysis giving glowing support for the efficacy of the COVID vaccines, and then all the media will just publish fluff pieces about it? Mark Steyn on GB news appears to be the only journalist who is covering vaccine injuries by actually interviewing those affected. I’m sensing a huge whitewash on the whole subject with probably doubling down – “take your boosters and look, we even have a product that does both flu and covid”.

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      John+PAK

      Have you seen how old Gates smirked when he said Pandemic 2 will be interesting ? My guess is that Pan’ 1 was to soften us up to the idea of global control and jabs. Pan’ 2 might be our problem.

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    Graham Richards

    The great unanswered question is how many of the deceased were vaccinated for Covid.

    That will have to remain unanswered as you’re not allowed to discuss it & if you’re a part of the medical fraternity you’ll never work again if you do dare to discuss it.

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      Philip

      Yes it would be quite basic statistics. Death rates in vaccinated vs unvaccinated. If there is an increase in both, then there you go, if not, then there you go. To doubt it will be done would be a reasonable assumption.

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    STJOHNOFGRAFTON

    Mystery? This highly significant rise in excess deaths seems to mirror a rise in the cognitive dissonance quotient.

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    Konrad

    Well, I finally got the dreaded ‘rona.

    OMG! I’m doomed!! I didn’t get the experimental gene therapy jabs! I have no hope now!!

    Oh, wait …

    I only did the test because my partner had had a one day fever and slightly scratchy throat on the weekend, and I thought I should test before visiting my 81 year old mother. I have two positive RAT tests (remember how our foul government banned those for 1 1/2 years?). I have two red lines on a piece of paper and zero symptoms. (Could high vit D levels and regular Quercetin and Zinc have something to do with that?)

    Now I get 27X the protection against future infection than the jabbed. No fever, no dry cough, no loss of taste or smell. Just two red lines on a piece of paper.

    But maybe I should rush out to get jabbed with an experimental “Monkeypox” shot? That Klaus Schwab guy seems pretty trustworthy …

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      Philip

      The Rona has been around me in the last week too. Everyone around me is going down with it. Closest it has been to me yet. I dont seem to have picked it up though. Ive been woofing back my IVM tablets, zinc and quercetin, and loads of vit c in citrus. Ive also been disinfecting common use vehicles before travelling in them. Once this little wave is over I should be good because everyone I associate with will have had it by then. Winning, so far.

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      Lawrie

      Hello Konrad. I’m doing my BAS however this discussion is more interesting. I too have the Covid, confirmed by a PCR test last Friday, yet I first showed positive 8 days before with my grandsons RA test. Not really sick although I had a high temp 38.7 on day one and after a few days four days in the 35s. None of the reported symptoms but I did like to sleep. I did have the AZ 12 months ago as did my wife. She is in residential care and did get Covid but seemingly shrugged it off as she did any other disease except Leptospirosis and dementia. I just heard from some professor on the radio that I probably have Omicron B or C or something and should have my fourth booster. The talk back host also has Covid and was going to immediately get another booster and then stated he did not want to hear from any anti-vaxxers. There is now talk of bringing back masks. These people have been thoroughly brainwashed and I wonder if they ever ask why 4 shots will work when 2 shots would not. Fauci has had 4 and still can’t go to his daughters wedding because he is positive. Maybe Gates is reducing the human population.

      Will there ever be a decent review of what is happening? Probably not because too many people would be found guilty of gross neglect.

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        Hanrahan

        G’day Lawrie. My wife too is a long way down that dark tunnel but still wants to be home. She is nearly totally dependent on me so I simply can’t afford to have another jab and suddenly fall off my perch. I have explained this to my boys but they still roll their eyes.

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          John+PAK

          Hanrahan.
          Show them data. Not easy but let them argue with facts from others rather than you.
          My father once told me that I had no argument unless I had data and reasoning. He was designing nuclear fuel rods at the time and even his own very good data and reasoning said they should fail after X- number of thermal cycles in the Dragon Reactor. The welds refused to crack as he’d estimated and he was mortified but his boss gave it a tick anyway and they are still running in the UK’s AGRs to-day.
          My father was “a difficult man” but taught me some useful ideas. E.g. Don’t argue with fools. Don’t argue on others’ terms as they’ll drag you down into their own cess-pool of ignorance.
          So, don’t try and convince children who refuse to do even the most basic reading of their own. I say, “Look after yourself, so that you may care for your wife”.
          All the best.
          JK.

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    Philip

    You simply cant bring this up, all this sudden death of healthy people. The retort, “so are you a doctor are you?” will come up pretty quickly.

    In anecdotal world, it has been obvious for some time that people are dropping off. Even applying a propaganda filter to what you are seeing via media – there is always propaganda from both sides in everything – doesn’t get rid of the observation. Just last week a 44 year old around here simply dropped dead. NO one asks why though.

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    another ian

    From

    https://chiefio.wordpress.com/2022/06/23/w-o-o-d-23-june-2022/#comment-158025

    “Short commentary on reported drop in birth rates nine months after young adults OKed for jabs.
    https://www.bitchute.com/video/E335cjnUR55d/

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    Zane

    If Shane Warne’s death didn’t wake people up nothing will.

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      Graham Richards

      Those causes have been swept under the carpet & the carpet has been burned!

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      Kalm Keith

      I’m assuming he was VaXXed to travel overseas but haven’t seen any discussion about it.

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        Zane

        Someone with apparent knowledge of the matter posted a long detailed comment on Toby Young’s Daily Sceptics BTL section about Warne’s demise and I screenshotted it.

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    aspnaz

    The Covid narrative compares so interestingly with narratives created by cults, religions and totalitarians. The most obvious similarity is in the good person vs bad person divide that tells you that if you admit that you are a bad person, we will tell you how to be a good person. Watching evangelical missionaries, they force the person to admit that they are a sinner, tell all their sins to the good people, then they must accept the doctrine of the good people, then they are promoted to be a good person. Covid missionaries tell you that as unvaccinated you are a bad person but that they can redeem yourself and become good people if they simply support our doctrine. To encourage you, they will punish you as a bad person, but the punishment is for your own good, to help you become a good person. Mao would torture any one who was not an uneducated pleb, their re-education being to get them to admit that they were bad imperialists and sinned against the people, but by admitting their sins they could be accepted by the elite, the good people. There is lots of documentation on this re the cultural revolution in China. You see this cycle in so many elements of society these days, whether it be your acceptance of gays, trannies … probably soon have the same for pedos. Society is being driven by this good person vs bad person technique, where good people should not accept bad people but should do whatever they can to convert them into good people: intolerance. Want to know more about how this works, just read up about how the moonies used to bully their targets into compliance.

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    MP

    Thats pretty much how 1984 ended.

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    Gerry, England

    The insurance companies should take their lead from France where a court ruled that dying from vaccine injury was a form of suicide given that the vax defects are known. Some might consider that harsh given that everything has been done to suppress the truth but then our ‘friends’ in the legacy media can take a bow on that one. A Swiss athlete who had her career ended said that she wished she had known more about the effects of the vaccine such that she might not have had it.
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    shortie+of+greenbank

    https://www.abc.net.au/news/2022-01-03/wa-records-worst-ambulance-ramping-figures-in-history/100735606

    ‘Ramping’ has been a problem in Australia since the roll out of the vaccines and virtually no covid to speak of, this has persisted since mid-2021 to still be a critical problem to this day. Much like excess deaths this is a strange situation that for no apparent reason we are seeing at times a 30-40% increase in calls for a ambulance and increased delays in getting these patients into emergency departments.

    August 2021 was before mandates rolled out so in the WA story it was not to do with staffing issues, but it may have been after peak vaccination numbers….. just saying.

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    John+PAK

    O T but relevant to those who want to optimise health.
    Last month I took a program of herbs to:
    !). kill parasites through-out my body (Wormwood, Black Walnut tincture and freshly ground cloves)
    2). Flush my kidney tubules of crystals (many herbs including diuretic parsley)
    3). Stimulate my liver to excrete toxins. (ginger and many other herbs).
    I’ve yet to do the Epsom salts and olive oil trick. The results are dire but not painful.

    This is basically a Dr Hulda Clark pattern of detoxification for those with cancer but highly relevant to anyone wanting to optimise excretion of toxins. I originally applied it to a friend with an inoperable lung tumour who was given <1 yr to live. He was cured of cancer altogether inside one year. His wife followed the same protocols and reported feeling ten years younger afterwards.
    Costs about AU$100
    Contra-indications – none that I know of or read about in 100+ cases. Continued going to work as per normal. I do this every other year. Not seen a GP since my half century check up in 2010.

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      greggg

      I did the Hulda Clark protocol last century and it cured my epilepsy at the time. I kept taking the anti-parasitics for a long time but lapsed a few years ago and unfortunately picked up ascaris and had a huge seizure that I’m still recovering from. I’m back to taking the anti-parasitics.

      The kidney cleanse cleared out crystals that used to give me excruciating pain sometimes – that’s never come back.

      I flushed out around 3000 liver stones over time using the olive oil and epsom salts trick. I had several stones around 15mm in size and 10 around 10mm in size – they would have been sheep liver fluke from rare meat (I sliced one in halves for a look). One gall stone as well. After they were flushed wool fabric stopped making me itch – itching from wool is an indication of fluke in the liver. The rest of the stones were tiny but it is amazing how many stones can accumulate in the bile ducts and impair liver function.

      I’ve made a lot of progress by trying different alternative treatments (the Cutler protocol for mercury toxicity is another that helped a lot). GP’s, other than complementary/integrative practitioners, have done me much more harm than good.

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