COVID-19 Deaths Reached Minimum Average World Flu Deaths 2 Weeks Ago

in Deep Dives2 years ago

As of two weeks ago, the worldwide COVID-19 deaths have surpassed the minimum estimated worldwide flu deaths in a year. Better sound the alarms!


The estimated range of worldwide flu deaths in a year is between 290,000 and 640,000. On May 12, the alleged "COVID-19 deaths" had just risen to over 290,000. Death started to climb near the end of march, which is when the US went into lockdown. The total is now at 368,592.

We've only just reached the beginning of the average worldwide deaths in a flu season. But hey, better keep up the hysteria and fear mongering and draconian measures to track, surveil and control the population. We need to listen to Bill Gates. We still don't feel safe, and big daddy/mommy/nanny government will make everything better.

The US total alleged deaths is over 104,000. That accounts for 28% of the total. That's almost 1/3! That's a lot for one country.

I do say alleged COVID-19 deaths, because as many of you know, the counts are inflated. By how much, we don't know. But they are inflated. I would even suspect that 50% or more of the deaths are inflated.

There is proof of inflated numbers by people who know how their relatives died, yet received a death certificate with COVID-19. This ranges from heart attack, cancer, dehydration or any number of deaths. Autopsies are rarely done anymore to determine the actual cause of death. These are new policies put in place that subvert established medical practice.

There is even proof of inflating numbers from the government. The CDC itself has made several guidance reports for how doctors are to classify deaths. Anyone who tests positive, or is assumed to have COVID-19, even if they didn't die from COVID-19, is counted as a "COVID-19 death". And this increases the death count.

The CDC via the National Vital Statistics System (NVSS) issued a guidance directive on March 4th for how to certify deaths involving COVID-19. It said:

"It is important to emphasize that Coronavirus Disease 2019 or COVID-19 should be reported on the death certificate for all decedents where the disease caused or is assumed to have caused or contributed to death."

You can see this directive being applied across states:

The April guidance from the CDC goes on to say that:

...cases where a definite diagnosis of COVID–19 cannot be made, but it is suspected or likely (e.g., the circumstances are compelling within a reasonable degree of certainty), it is acceptable to report COVID–19 on a death certificate as “probable” or “presumed."

On April 7th, the White House's Dr. Birx said:

"If someone dies with COVID-19 we are counting that as a COVID-19 death."

She even compares it to how other countries treat deaths from heart of kidney problems as dying from those problems, contrary to how the US is now do it, i.e. counting those types of deaths as CVOVID-19 deaths:

“There are other countries that if you had a pre-existing condition, and let’s say the virus caused you to go to the ICU [intensive care unit] 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.”

You can see the video her saying this here.

And this has been happening in other countries as well.

Master Fauci has declared the overstated/inflated COVID-19 deaths are mere conspiracy theories:

“I think it falls under the category of something that’s very unfortunate – these conspiracy theories that we hear about. Any time we have a crisis of any sort there is always this popping up of conspiracy theories."

Those are just conspiracy theories. It's all made up. Trust your "experts" and "authorities". Don't read things for yourself. Move along. Go back to sleep sheep.


They don't even hide the fact that a lot of deaths weren't provoked by covid, but they were counted as it... It gets ridiculous all this theater...

Yes, it's ridiculous. But, shhh, don't talk about it...

Wish it will be over soon! Numbers are relative imo

Relative to what?

On how one calculates it. What factors they take into consideration

Hope this comes to end now

Thank you so much for putting this post together. I just stole your first three paragraphs (my apologies I am just too tired to craft my own) but not your identity and posted them on FB, along with your first two links. I hope you don't mind.

I'm afraid my family is planning an intervention. They think I have gone bonkers.