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Re: Opinions on Covid Vaccines, Immunity, Side Effects and Immunology




by peter » 04/11/23, 11:54

Ah la la, what are we laughing at for the nonsense invented to make people inject...
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by Robob » 04/11/23, 13:18

sicetaitsimple wrote:But would the simultaneous return to mortality considered “normal” in Europe and the drastic drop in the number of vaccine doses not be due simply to a virtual disappearance of COVID in Europe?

Is it the covid that disappeared or the tests?

These dose-death correlations can partly be explained by seasonality: we vaccinate before winter and we die of respiratory diseases more often in winter. There are a few suspicious bumps but hey...

It would be good for INSEE to start comparing mortality over a 5 year average and over 2019 which is the year with the lowest mortality. And make comparisons in standardized age too: there is a very big increase in the population aged 65+ in 2020.

This kind of analysis below is as corny as that of FS:
https://www.insee.fr/fr/statistiques/6959520
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by sicetaitsimple » 04/11/23, 14:57

robob wrote:
sicetaitsimple wrote:But would the simultaneous return to mortality considered “normal” in Europe and the drastic drop in the number of vaccine doses not be due simply to a virtual disappearance of COVID in Europe?

Is it the covid that disappeared or the tests?

These dose-death correlations can partly be explained by seasonality: we vaccinate before winter and we die of respiratory diseases more often in winter. There are a few suspicious bumps but hey...

It would be good for INSEE to start comparing mortality over a 5 year average and over 2019 which is the year with the lowest mortality. And make comparisons in standardized age too: there is a very big increase in the population aged 65+ in 2020.

This kind of analysis below is as corny as that of FS:
https://www.insee.fr/fr/statistiques/6959520


In order:
- it’s covid that has practically disappeared. If there was a resurgence somewhere, we would know quickly.
-concerning INSEE, why not, but they are not going to change their methodology every morning, what would we say? 2023 will perhaps become their new reference year?
-in any case, thank you for reading me and understanding what I said ("as cool as that of FS"). Even if the INSEE press release is not a "study", but just a compilation of numbers.
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Re: Opinions on Covid Vaccines, Immunity, Side Effects and Immunology




by Robob » 04/11/23, 18:56

sicetaitsimple wrote:it’s covid that has practically disappeared. If there was a resurgence somewhere, we would know quickly.

Covid appeared thanks to the media then compulsory tests. It disappeared as soon as getting tested was no longer mandatory and the media talked about something else.
In reality, as this table from the DREES or the 2020 hospital statistics shows, nothing much more serious happened in 2020 than in 2015 or any other year of heavy flu.

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We can clearly see that most diseases give way to covid.

If you compare current mortality rates to the last 25 years, it's even better:
https://www.insee.fr/fr/statistiques/se ... #Graphique
Here is the mortality of those aged 65+ since 1998, that of those under 65 has also fallen but not significantly:

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The terrible covid pandemic in 2020 is barely the mortality we had between 2000 and 2010. 2021 and 2022 remain historically low mortality years.

When we look at this kind of curve, we better understand what a vast sham operation we were treated to.
Covid has certainly precipitated the death of elderly or co-morbid people, in the same way as the flu, but it is above all a big propaganda operation, at the right time, to try to impose a societal shift (in the same way as the so-called anthropogenic warming).
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by izentrop » 04/11/23, 21:19

robob wrote:Covid appeared thanks to the media then compulsory tests. He disappeared...
well! let's see. : Mrgreen:

You don't think it's fishy :?: : Twisted: : Mrgreen:
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Re: Opinions on Covid Vaccines, Immunity, Side Effects and Immunology




by reinoso » 05/11/23, 08:18

izentrop wrote:
robob wrote:Covid appeared thanks to the media then compulsory tests. He disappeared...
well! let's see. : Mrgreen:

You don't think it's fishy :?: : Twisted: : Mrgreen:
https://twitter.bla.bla.bla


the history of the official version

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by reinoso » 20/11/23, 10:40

another study confirming the correlation

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https://correlation-canada.org/category ... mortality/
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Re: Opinions on Covid Vaccines, Immunity, Side Effects and Immunology




by reinoso » 22/11/23, 14:04

Gilbert Deray's good advice... advice validated by science... but invalidated by the manufacturer itself!



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by izentrop » 22/11/23, 14:14

reinoso wrote:Gilbert Deray's good advice... advice validated by science... but invalidated by the manufacturer itself!
Statement taken out of your hat : Mrgreen: and what is Putin doing in history : Mrgreen:
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Re: Opinions on Covid Vaccines, Immunity, Side Effects and Immunology




by Christophe » 22/11/23, 14:23

When a Pprofessor is stupid enough to write sscience and not Sscience, he's obviously a loser, probably full of himself... in short, you just have to move on...
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