Proof There Never Was a Pandemic in 2020

Many people, including doctors, believe that there were more deaths in 2020 than ever before.

This myth has been deliberately sustained by the government, their advisors and the media.

The truth, as I’ve been saying for a year, is that there were no more deaths in 2020 than most other years.

Figures from the Office of National Statistics show that the number of deaths in 2020 was lower than the average for the last 30 years.

In 2020 the age standardised mortality rate per 100,000 people in England and Wales was 1,043

But the average age standardised mortality rate for the last 30 years was 1,161 per 100,000.

So there were fewer than average deaths in 2020.

Some pandemic, eh?

Also by Dr Vernon Coleman:

There are more Unvaccinated People than You Think!

A good many lies are being told about the number of people in the UK who have not received any of the deadly, toxic, experimental covid-19 jabs.

The Government’s figure has now fallen from five million to four million.

But this, as always, is a lie.

If the Government’s spokes-idiots, and their media followers, bothered to look at the official, Government figures, they would see that considerably more than 20 million people in the UK have not yet had ONE jab.

And in London alone, for example, 32% of the population have not received any of these useless, dangerous jabs.

Since the population of London is just under nine million, this means that there are nearly three million people in London alone who have not received a jab.

The unvaccinated may not be in a majority.

But we’re a bloody huge minority.

And you can safely ignore anyone who says different.

Moreover, the figures also show that the number of deaths (from covid and other diseases) among the jabbed is far, far higher than the number of deaths among the unjabbed.

As I have been saying since 2020 (well over a year ago) having the jab is much more dangerous than not having it.

Message to Dr Vernon Coleman from a grateful reader:

Please could you send him a message from me, saying I have for a long time wanted to send him encouragement and thanks for all he is and has been doing throughout the last two years, but haven’t been able to find any means of contacting him. He is a brave and upright man and I applaud him and his efforts. My family and I are thankful that such men as he are doing what they can in these times, which is to speak out! (Priscilla)