The persistently high death rate, especially among younger Americans, is now causing concern among insurance companies as well. If the so-called “pandemic years” were bad for the balance sheet, the vaccination years that followed were even worse… The situation remains uncertain – and no one dares point to genetic injections as a contributing cause. not doing.
In 2020, due to increased mortality as a result of COVID-19 in the United States and mistreatment in this regard (e.g. excessive use of ventilators, ignorance of ivermectin, etc.), insurance companies already had to increase cash benefits according to a report. According to this, life insurance companies are registering an increase of 15.4 percent. In vaccination year 2021, the burden was twice as high as normal, with life insurance payouts of more than $100 billion. But to date, not much has changed – even without the high number of so-called Covid deaths.
Because – according to the report – current data from US health authority CDC still does not bode well for the balance sheet. These show that “death rates are rising alarmingly across various categories”. This also includes young adults, who in 2023 will be more than a fifth above normal figures. And this is despite the fact that COVID-19 (whether “with” or “on”) no longer plays a role. But hardly anyone dared to address the elephant in the room – Pfizer and Moderna’s experimental gene injections.
“There is no standard way to measure excess mortality,” said Josh Sterling, founder of the Insurance Collaboration to Save Lives. , “But if you use the data that seems to be the most reliable, it looks like we’re typically at 13.9 deaths per 100,000, which is probably 7 percent higher than we should be. Is that destructive? Probably not, but it should be less.”
But how is it that the death rate among 15-19 year olds, for example, is a quarter higher than normal from January to May 2023? Why are one-fifth more 45-year-olds dying than usual? The death rate for Americans over the age of 20 is currently very high, about 15 percent. this is not normal. And as I said: it can’t be due to COVID-19 alone, because the deaths associated with it are no longer statistically relevant. Lockdowns and fear-related delays in screening and general medical checkups may play some role, but it is likely to have little impact, especially on the younger generation. So all that’s left are mRNA injections, which are already associated with countless side effects. This is also revealed by a report in “The Defenders”.
The longer this abnormal condition persists, the greater the pressure to find out the causes. It cannot be that such high mortality rates – especially among the younger generation – can continue to be easily accepted. Not only in the United States or Canada, but also in Europe and around the world.
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