The Covid narrative needs large piles of corpses. Without huge numbers of deaths, the narrative of the terrible pandemic will probably collapse even more quickly. 4,690,000 deaths were claimed for India – instead of the official 150,000. But even for Germany, the official figures were simply doubled.
A comment by Willi Huber
Not only the WHO, but also globalist media like “Economist” and “Lancet‘ outdo each other with ‘calculated’ numbers of victims. The two media claim 18 million deaths worldwide, the WHO opposes this with 14.9 million dead almost moderately on the way. A third of these fatalities are located in India. There would be an average of 3,400 deaths per million inhabitants in 2020 and 2021, which would mean a total of 4,690,000 deaths. Although a certain underreporting is also assumed in India, the authorities assume a total of 474,806 deaths in 2020 and 332,492 deaths in 2021 – i.e. still well below the WHO estimate.
People only die from Covid, the flu had a break
Inset: In India at the beginning of the 20th century, 5 percent of the population died from the Spanish flu. Overall, it is believed that the annual influenza epidemics worldwide between 290,000 and 645,000 people perishes. All of these calculations seem like random numbers that someone somehow put down on paper. On the website “WorldlifeexpecantcyFor example, based on WHO data, 616,531 people died of influenza (flu) in India in 2018.
Accordingly, it is of course very important to claim much higher death tolls for Covid-19 in order to underline the danger of the alleged pandemic. As is well known, the flu itself ended at the turn of the year 2019 / 2020 and has hardly existed worldwide since then. That too is part of the official narrative, which must not be shaken if one does not want to be insulted as a conspiracy monger.
China is the same size as India – with 5,000 dead?
If everything weren’t absurd enough anyway, one would have to ask what’s actually going on in China. The virus is said to have broken out there. Out of a population of 1.4 billion, only 5,185 people died, and the capital Beijing, home of the Chinese elite, has never been affected. How credible is that? By the way, India has 1.38 billion inhabitants – that is directly comparable with China. Incidentally, WHO data for 2018 indicates that 177,268 people died from influenza (flu) in China in 2018. After the flu died out, China must have been a particularly lucky country in recent years – and no one has died from serious virus-induced respiratory diseases.
Indian government doubts WHO estimates
The WHO figures should be reflected in the excess mortality in India in the millions. But this is not the case. The Indian government therefore doubts the WHO figures and estimates (See: Times of India, WHO says millions of Covid deaths went unreported in India).
India is not the only country in the world where the WHO suspects higher death rates from Covid-19. In Egypt 11.6 times as many people would have died as officially reported, in Pakistan 8 times, in Indonesia 7.1 times and in Bangladesh 5 times. Just not in China, you have to have that much time. You don’t die in China and that’s not questioned either.
Case Germany proves: WHO estimates grossly wrong
That WHO estimates are often far off the mark can be seen from nations that keep very accurate records of deaths and causes of death. One of them is Germany. There, 1,080 additional deaths per million inhabitants “from and with Covid-19” were noted. However, the WHO claims 2,330 deaths in its model calculations. This is not tenable and cannot be justified by a simple comparison with reality.
The WHO is not yet interested in how many additional deaths there have been worldwide since the start of the so-called vaccination campaigns. It remains exciting to see whether the corresponding statistics and estimates will fill the newspapers in the coming years – or whether the narrative of vaccine side effect deniers will prevail.