New Zealand: ‘Deaths are up 14%, Live Births are Down 28%, and Disability is up 37.5%’

By Dr Guy Hatchard

NZ official birth and death figures for 12 months to the end of June 2023 released.

Deaths are up 14%, Live Births are Down 28%, and Disability is up 37.5%

Stats NZ released the official figures for births and deaths for the period 1st July 2022 to 30th June 2023.

The short summary accompanying the release of the horrifying figures compares these to the previous 12 months, and reports increases in deaths and reductions in live births.

2022/23 figures would have best been compared to July 2018 to June 2019 totals, the first available pre-pandemic period.

There were 38,442 deaths among all ages for July 2022-June 2023 compared to 33,753 deaths in the 2018/19 comparable period. This is an increase of 4,689 deaths (up 14%) which occurred at a rate of 90 excess deaths per week.

Working age people were also affected. Deaths among 15 to 64-year-olds were up by 6%.

Figures released by the Household Labour Force Survey report rates of disability sufficient to preclude joining the workforce among this age group has increased by 37.5% over the same period and now stands at 14.3% of the workforce. That is huge. Why?

Alarmingly, live births fell from 26,500 in 2018/19 to 19,185 in 2022/23, a decrease of 7,400 or 28%. This is an absolutely unprecedented drop.

Nothing even remotely like this has been recorded previously.

Covid deaths during this period averaged around 2 to 3 per week and can be discounted as a causal factor for the increase in deaths. Nor is an ageing population sufficient explanation for the figures.

We have been aware of data like this for some time now, but there has been deafening silence from our politicians who are currently running for re-election.

We are heading into this election under unusual and coercive constraints that have no precedent in our history as a nation.

Due to the events of the last three years, the machinery of government has assumed more control over our medical and food choices. The concerning birth and death figures must be regarded as a verdict on policies which have enjoyed cross-party support.

As a result of government policies, we have lost many of our rights as NZ citizens. None of the parties currently elected to Parliament have any plans to revoke this government overreach.

So what has gone wrong, and how will this affect us if we re-elect the same group of political parties to power?

Our media is compliant and lazy in a cover-up. They have enjoyed government support.

None of this is in the character of our nation or in its history.

It is time to wake up.

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