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What Have They Done? Deaths for the month of January 2022 jumped by over 400% in NB.

Updated: May 15

Author's Note: This article was started almost a month ago when on April 18, 2022 the all-cause death statistics for New Brunswick going back to 2015 were downloaded from Statistics Canada. On April 21, 2022, Stat Can suppressed the data going back to October 30, 2021 and at the time, this article was paused because you, the reader, wouldn't be able to independently verify the information we're about to share below. As of today, the data for New Brunswick for the month of November 2021 has been reinstated and it is worse than the data originally downloaded. In light of this development, we are releasing this information now and one of three things will happen when/if all of the data is reinstated; our data will be proven correct, our data will be proven grossly incorrect and if so, this article will be amended or they simply will not reinstate the data at all in an effort to hide it. The ball is in their court.

Notice on Statistics Canada Website

The average number of deaths (all-causes) in New Brunswick for the month of January in the years 2015 through 2020 is 688 deaths. Statistics Canada is reporting 2,905 deaths, an increase of over 400%, for the same time period in 2022.

All-Cause Deaths in NB / Source: Statistics Canada

The chart above shows 1,510 deaths in the month of February 2022, however, when this data was retrieved last month, the reporting only went to February 5, 2022. Those 1,510 deaths are for one week and the average total number of deaths for February is 645. Do we have your attention now?


The first six weeks into 2022 we were already at 59% of our annual average of deaths in New Brunswick.


You read that correctly. While 2020 had no excess deaths (roughly 10 deaths were due to COVID), 2021 had just over 1,900 excess deaths (with 151 deaths being reported as due to COVID), but 2022 is mortifying.


The average number of deaths each year in New Brunswick is 7,500. From January 1, 2022 through February 5, 2022, New Brunswick had already reported 4,415 deaths, 59% of the annual average in only six weeks.


Just over 400 deaths are attributed to COVID during the entire pandemic, what are these incredibly high numbers attributed to?

Dancing around the possibilities.


While it is my personal belief the COVID-19 vaccines are a major factor in many of those deaths, I don't believe it to be true for all of them. How many cancer screenings and diagnosis' were missed due to lockdowns? What about diagnosis' of other illnesses that were missed? How many people full of fear of the virus or hopelessness from watching everything they have worked for be lost, gave up and ended their own lives?


Yes, yes, I know. People will justify it by saying that if we hadn't shut everything down who knows how many people would have died, some people have already said that to me. These are the people who have been conditioned (yes, conditioned) to believe that since the beginning of 2020, the only way to die was from COVID or at the very least the only way that mattered. Evident by watching the Premier and health officials give their daily condolences to that one family who had a loved one die due to COVID the previous day, while ignoring the families who also had a loved one die, but from a different cause.


And the majority of the public lapped it up.


So to all of those who would say to me that if we hadn't shut down, thousands and thousands of people would have died, my response is - prove it.


We are now seeing unexplained clusters of illnesses developing. Cases of hepatitis 'of an unknown origin' are developing in children here in Canada and around the world. The UK is reporting cases of monkeypox of unknown origin, just to name a couple. Read the articles and see how theories of all sorts are given as possible causes, including COVID, but never once do they suggest the possibility of it stemming from the vaccine.


It is standard practice when investigating any problem, medical or not, to ask 'what changed?' and the mere fact that the biggest change of all, the vaccines, isn't even being tabled as a possible factor is concerning. During many investigations into abnormalities some experts are definitively ruling out vaccines in the early stage of the investigation. This should concern people, particularly if you have taken the vaccine.


Many of the experts want to attribute the hepatitis cases to COVID infection. Fine, but as COVID has been here since the beginning of 2020, why is hepatitis in children only emerging now? Why haven't we heard of hepatitis in children from the get-go if the cause is COVID itself?


What's coming in the future?


I want you, the reader, to understand that I get no satisfaction in writing this next paragraph. I want to be wrong and I'll be very happy to admit I am wrong, if the time comes.


The important number to keep in mind as you continue here is 7,500. That is the average number of deaths (all-causes) in New Brunswick between the years 2015 and 2020.




This projection is based on the increase of deaths reported for the first six weeks of 2022. The solid blue line represents the average number of deaths each year while the solid green line represents the number of deaths for the year 2021. As you can see, 2021 already began indicating an excess in deaths in the province.


The solid red line at the top of the chart represents the number of deaths reported to Stat Can for January 2022 and February 2022. The purple and turquoise solid lines at the bottom of the chart represent the deaths that are attributed to COVID for the years 2021 and 2022, respectively.


The sections of this chart that should scare us all are the red and gray dashed lines. These are our projections for the number of deaths New Brunswick will experience by the end of 2022 if the current trend continues. Conservatively, at the lower end, we project approximately 14,000 deaths and at the high end, based on the increase in January and February, we predict 28,000 deaths, all-causes, while the average per year in NB is 7,500.


We hope we're wrong.


Note: The original data downloaded for November 2021 reported 615 deaths. On April 21st when the data was suppressed, November was suppressed as well. It has since been reinstated and the current data shows 680 deaths, an increase of 65 deaths over what was originally reported. We anticipate similar results as the other months are reinstated too.


How many people had to die, or will die, in order to save one from COVID?


That's the million dollar question, isn't it? While there is no way to know for sure how many lives were saved from COVID, it's clear the excess deaths are currently out of control. The numbers we are seeing now are the numbers we were told by New Brunswick health officials that we would see in 2020, due to COVID if they didn't lock us down and keep us safe.


It's not 2020 anymore, New Brunswick has a 90% vaccination rate and deaths are spiraling out of control, why?


You can't tell us the Department of Health isn't aware of the extreme number of excess deaths, yet, they are saying nothing.


For over two years, if a single person died from COVID it was announced in a press conference or press release. Even now, the 5 or 10 deaths each week due to COVID are reported yet, according to Stat Can there were approximately 2,300 excess deaths in January 2022 and..... crickets.


And yes, you should ask questions. Contact the Department of Health and ask them. Contact your local MLA and ask them. Contact your MP and ask them. Contact your doctor and ask them. I'm willing to bet most of these people don't have a clue about this data either, they simply get their information from legacy media too.


It's time for everyone to wake up, so start asking the tough questions and demand answers.

 

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