The Harvard study showed vaccination makes things worse as far as cases goes. This new study from German shows that the more you vaccinate the more people get killed. Not a surprise to me.
I just got a new study from a friend in Germany (Max Langen).
What this new German study shows is: The higher the vaccination rate, the higher the excess mortality.
I can’t say I’m surprised. These are the deadliest vaccine in human history by a factor of over 800. But it is always nice to get confirmation from multiple sources who have no conflicts.
The authors write (translated into English): “The correlation is + .31, is amazingly high and especially in an unexpected direction. Actually, it should be negative, so that one could say: The higher the vaccination rate, the lower the excess mortality. However, the opposite is the case and this urgently needs to be clarified. Excess mortality can be observed in all 16 countries…”
In plain English: vaccination makes things worse, not better.
I wanted to share this study with you because it might be interesting for you and maybe you want to add it to your vaccine data.
Here is the link to the original study (it will download a word docx in German).
And here is a news report about this study:
Use Google translate plug-in to read it. It looks like this (followed by a short excerpt):
The physicist Dr. Ute Bergner , who formerly belonged to the FDP parliamentary group in the Thuringian state parliament, has meanwhile switched to the “Citizens for Thuringia” party, held on November 17. A speech in front of the Thuringian state parliament in which she presented an analysis she had commissioned .
She commissioned two statisticians to investigate whether there was a connection between the vaccination rate and excess mortality in the 16 federal states.
Prof. Dr. Rolf Steyer and Dr. Gregor Kappler analyzed the period from week 36 to week 40.
The results are alarming. The summary of the analysis states:
Excess mortality can be found in all 16 countries. The number of Covid deaths reported by the RKI in the period under review consistently only represents a relatively small part of the excess mortality and above all cannot explain the critical issue:
The higher the vaccination rate, the higher the excess mortality.