Vaccine-Induced Mortality, Part 9: Health Insurer Confirmation
The Vaccine Wars Part XX
Germany's largest health insurance company, BKK, just came out with an alarming estimate that the experimental quasi-vaccines killed 31,000 people there.
Having worked through college as an actuary, I'm going to suggest that the actuaries did not likely get this wrong. They are the world's experts in exactly this form of data analysis, by definition, and Germany is one of the nations that has an excellent population of actuaries.
Note that depending on how you want to scale (I prefer age to doses since my own analysis of the risk curve ramped up so substantially), this lands the U.S. roughly in the ballpark of 120,000 deaths.
Never let anyone tell you that we could not have predicted this, or done the math. I did the math, and from several angles, and kept coming up with answers in the same ballpark.
The next few weeks are going to be a wild ride.
Addendum: The Schoefbeck letter just leaked.
A bit of detail here:
Addendum 2: Steve Kirsch just informed me that our mutual friend Wouter Akema, who previously set the record for having a publication showing a poor mortality risk-benefit analysis retracted against the authors’ wishes in something like 2 or 3 days, just observed a similar recorded death rate in Australia, only a little over 10% under the German report. This makes sense given that not all deaths are likely to be reported, so the Australia numbers would be expected to be an undercount.
Are we all vindicated, yet?