“Unexplained Deaths” Becoming #1 Cause of Death in 2022 in Canada, Australia, and Europe – Deaths Among Children and Young People Explode in Europe
One of the statistical anomalies we saw in 2021 that the corporate media refused to address, was the fact that more people died "from COVID" in 2021 than in 2020 when the "pandemic" started and reached its height, and after the FDA fast-tracked several new drugs and vaccines to "prevent COVID" or "reduce the chances of death" from COVID-19 at the end of 2020. While the corporate media and the U.S. Government "health" agencies never even considered the possibility that the excess deaths in 2021 could be due to the massive rollout of the COVID-19 vaccines and mandates, those of us in the Alternative Media did. But here we are now in the 9th month of 2022, and all across the world in many countries it is being reported that "unexplained excess deaths" continue to increase, from "all cause mortality" and not from COVID, even though the number of COVID-19 vaccines administered has drastically fallen in 2022 as compared to 2021. Alberta, Canada has recently reported that "Unknown Cases of Death" took over the "top spot" for causes of deaths in 2020, displacing "Dementia" which held the top spot since 2016, and more than doubled in 2021, and is still increasing here in 2022 and is now finally being investigated. The Daily Mail reported last week that "Undertakers are run off their feet with abnormally high numbers of Australians dying." In Europe, statistics provided by EuroMOMO, a European mortality monitoring organization, show that there have been more excess deaths recorded in 2022 than in 2020 and 2021, and that the greatest increase in deaths has occurred in children and young people. The RAIR Foundation interviewed a Toronto-area casket manufacturer recently who reported that for the first time in his 30 years of manufacturing coffins, they had to order more coffins than usual for children, ordering them in bulk this year, as there has been such a dramatic increase in deaths among children. In the U.S., former Blackrock manager Edward Dowd is one of the few who is examining the Insurance Industry data that show "unexplained excess deaths" are also dramatically increasing in the U.S. here in 2022, and the CDC's death statistics even confirm much of this.