Guest Column: Total Deaths Expose Pandemic False Flag

The Pandemic that Wasn’t
William de Berg [Original at]

Many have argued since its inception that COVID-19 was not the pandemic that governments and medical establishments and the media have led us to believe. The COVID-19 outbreak on the Diamond Princess cruise ship in early March—still the best controlled COVID-19 data—was the first telling sign: over 3000 passengers tested, 712 found COVID virus positive, 13 died. The case-fatality rate of 1.8% was higher than for influenza but lower than for SARS or MERS. But, limited medical treatments were available during the ship outbreak and the median age of passengers was in the mid-60’s, so that the age-adjusted risk of COVID for the general population would be less than 0.05%–in the normal flu range. Then, in October Genevieve Briand of Johns Hopkins published research[9] (since retracted without cause by the university) that showed there were no excess deaths in the United States in 2020, with most COVID death attributions the result of classifying other sources (principally heart disease) as COVID.

It is easy to argue this or that with projections and assumptions and statistical manipulations, but as the saying goes, “one cannot cheat death”—or death tolls.   One either dies or does not.   Although all death rates from 2020 are still provisional, some nations have reported officially an increase in “excess deaths”—presumed to be from COVID-19 or the social and psychological damage caused by the lockdowns—while others have reported no change.   Many large nations around the world reported no or few excess deaths in 2020—China had no increase in its 2020 death rate[1],  while some large provinces in India such as Kerala actually reported lower 2020 death totals.[2]  The United States initially reported a provisional death count of 2.9 million at the end of 2020 and no excess deaths, but then strangely raised the toll to 3.34 million by March[3] even though the CDC has a disclaimer that provisional death numbers are not expected to change by more than 2% (<60,000).[4] Continue reading

Brian’s Column: Shakabuku 9-1-1

Shakabuku 9-1-1
A Truth Paradigm… “if you can keep it”
by Brian Wright

FlowThis is a complementary column to my piece roughly a month ago about how we can leverage the recent imminence of nuclear holocaust [following the White House proposed attack on Syria for—of all black kettle things—war crimes. :) ] That previous column was entitled, “New Paradigm Rising… over the 900# gorilla,” and it was a good one. Nineteen Likes grace its Facebook icon. But far too analytical and long for the average Internet user to take time for. Consequently, I decided to create a new form of column or article: I call it a syllograph. Continue reading