Investigate Excess Deaths NOW

Petition: Investigate UK excess deaths not related to Covid

On the week ending the 28th of October the ONS reported excess deaths were 12.5% above the 5 year average. With only 717 deaths out of 12,861 involving Covid. This alarming excess death percentage, needs investigating by the Government and the root causes laid out in a public report.

Commission an independent investigation to look into the underlying causes that have led to and continue to contribute to such a high number of excess deaths in the UK, as a matter of urgency. We fear the trend of high excess deaths will continue, so root causes must be ascertained so that action can be taken to bring excess deaths down.

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Ireland sees 42% more deaths in past two months compared to pre-COVID levels

The number of deaths occurring in Ireland is now significantly higher than the number the country experienced both before and during the spread of COVID-19, prompting opposition politicians to call for a full investigation into the cause.

Figures obtained on and analyzed by the mainstream Irish Examiner show deaths were 42% higher from 1 December 2022 to 25 January 2023 (9,718 deaths) compared to the 8 weeks to 25 January 2019 (6,802 deaths).

Deaths have risen 20% compared to the same period a year ago, while they are 19% higher than figures from that period two years ago when Ireland was entering another lockdown before Christmas 2020 and rolling out its vaccination program in early 2021.

The leader of opposition party Aontú told Newstalk Breakfast the figures indicate “something very, very serious that is happening”.

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Bob Snow – Airline Pilot who had a heart attack on the flight deck speaks out about the forced vax:

This is what happens when the lie we participated in yesterday becomes the reality we live in today. What if he had been actually landing the plane? I feel sorry for him, but he should have gotten fired and sued them for firing him instead of trying to protect a job. Now him and his career are over. He will not get better from this. (Jim Crenshaw/YT)