Public Health Data: 80% Of Covid-19 Deaths In August Were Vaccinated People

Further evidence proving the Covid-19 vaccination programme is a huge failure has been released which confirms throughout the whole of August 80% of the people who allegedly died of Covid-19 had been vaccinated against the disease.

80% of covid 19 deaths in august were vaccinated people

We’re living in strange times, and if you believe the Covid-19 vaccination programme is working because the authorities on the television tell you that it is, then you must surely find it extremely strange that the UK is in the middle of a third wave in the middle of summer? Especially when you consider that in summer 2020 Covid-19 deaths flat-lined to zero even though a Covid-19 injection was not available.

But the strangeness doesn’t end there, just take a look at the latest Covid-19 Statistical Report released by Public Health Scotland (PHS) on the 8th September 2021.

The report provides an array on data on testing, quarantining, vaccinations, cases, hospitalizations, and deaths but it doesn’t get very interesting until you read Table 15 which covers the number of Covid-19 positive cases by week and vaccination status.

Interesting because it shows that the majority of confirmed cases are now among the vaccinated population. In the most recent week from 28th August to 3rd September 2021 the report shows that there were 20,744 confirmed cases among the unvaccinated population, who are more likely to be tested for the simple reason they have not been vaccinated.

But it also shows that there were 5,508 confirmed cases among the partly vaccinated population, and 16,810 cases among the fully vaccinated population – two populations who are least likely to be tested due to be being vaccinated.

This means that between 28th August and 3rd September there were 22,318 cases among the vaccinated population – almost 2,000 more than the unvaccinated population.

deaths by vaccinated status uk 2021

The same can also be said for the week of 21st August to 27th August which saw 15,647 cases among the unvaccinated population and 22,234 cases among the vaccinated population, and the same can also be said for the previous two weeks before that.

The data actually shows that between 7th August 2021 and the 3rd September 2021 there were 47,580 cases among the unvaccinated population, 21,020 cases among the partly vaccinated population, and 41,748 cases among the fully vaccinated population. Meaning there were 15,188 more cases among the vaccinated population.

So now that we’ve cleared up that the experimental Covid-19 injections clearly do not prevent infection or spread of Covid-19, let’s find out if they prevent hospitalisations like the authorities claim.

According to table 16 of the report between the 28th August 2021 and the 3rd September 2021 there were 36 admissions to hospital related to Covid-19 among the unvaccinated over 60 population, whilst there were 7 admissions on the partly vaccinated population.

However, there were a huge 299 admissions among the fully vaccinated over 60 population, and the same pattern can be seen for the weeks previous all the way back to the 7th August 2021.

hospital admissions and vaccinated status

In all for the week of 28th August to 3rd September 2021 there were 271 hospitalisations among the entire unvaccinated population but 423 hospitalisations among the fully vaccinated population. If we base these hospitalisations occurring after the previous weeks confirmed cases then we can calculate the case-hospitalisation rate.

In the week beginning 21st August there were 15,647 confirmed cases among the unvaccinated population. Therefore based on the unvaccinated hospitalisation figures of 271 in the week beginning 28th August the case-hospitalisation rate is 1.7%.

However, when we carry out the same calculation for the fully vaccinated population hospitalisations (423) and cases (14,519) we can see that the case-hospitalisation rate is 2.9%.

Therefore, this shows that the Covid-19 injections are increasing the risk of hospitalisation when exposed to Covid-19 by 70% rather than reducing the risk by the 95% claimed by the vaccine manufacturers and authorities.

So now that we’ve cleared up the Covid-19 injections increase the risk of hospitalisation rather than reducing it let’s find out if they prevent deaths like the authorities claim.

Table 17 of the Public Health Scotland report shows the number of deaths to have occurred via vaccination status. However, PHS have been very clever in the way they’ve presented the number of deaths. Because rather than present them on a week by week basis like they have with the number of cases and hospitalisations, they’ve instead included deaths all the way back to the 29th December.

This means they are including deaths from the height of the alleged second wave of Covid-19 where just 9% of the population had received a single dose, and just 0.1% of the entire population were fully vaccinated. Therefore, PHS are very sneakily able to give the impression that the majority of Covid-19 deaths are occurring among the unvaccinated population.

confirmed covid 19 related deaths by vaccination status

The above table is taken from the report released by Public Health Scotland on the 18th August 2021 and shows deaths due to Covid-19 by vaccination status between the 29th December 2020 and the 5th August 2021. As you can see anyone reading the report would be given the impression that the vaccines are doing a fantastic job at preventing death due to Covid-19.

But fast forward to the most recent report and you will find on Table 17 that there have been 3,102 deaths among the unvaccinated population, 279 deaths among the partly vaccinated population and 298 deaths among the fully vaccinated population between the 29th December and the 26th August 2021.

covid 19 related deaths by vaccination status

Therefore, the true number of deaths by vaccination status between the 5th August 2021 and the 26th August 2021 are as follows:

• Unvaccinated population – 25 deaths
• Partly vaccinated population – 6 deaths
• Fully vaccinated population – 92 deaths

This means the unvaccinated population have accounted for just 20% of alleged Covid-19 deaths throughout the whole of August, whilst the fully vaccinated accounted for 75% of them. But couple the partly vaccinated deaths with the fully vaccinated deaths and you can see that throughout August 80% of deaths occurred among the vaccinated population.

However this makes it hard to work out the case-fatality rate so to do this we need to look at how many deaths occurred in the previous weeks report. Up to the 19th August there had been 3,096 deaths among the unvaccinated, 277 deaths among the partly vaccinated, and 264 deaths among the fully vaccinated.

264 deaths among the fully vaccinated

Therefore, the true number of deaths by vaccination status between the 19th August 2021 and the 26th August 2021 are as follows:

• Unvaccinated population – 6 deaths
• Partly vaccinated population – 2 deaths
• Fully vaccinated population – 34 deaths

If we base these deaths on occurring two weeks after the number of confirmed cases then we can work out the case-fatality rate.

In the week beginning 7th August there were 3,788 confirmed cases among the unvaccinated population. Therefore based on the unvaccinated death figures of 6 in the week beginning 19th August the case-fatality rate is 0.15%.

However, when we carry out the same calculation for the fully vaccinated population hospitalisations (34) and cases (3,490) we can see that the case-hospitalisation rate is 1%.

Therefore, this shows that the Covid-19 injections are increasing the risk of death when exposed to Covid-19 by a huge 566% rather than reducing the risk by the 95% claimed by the vaccine manufacturers and authorities.

What’s even more concerning about this is that the number of confirmed cases among the fully vaccinated population have rose significantly in the most recent week compared to four weeks prior.

Therefore the number of hospitalisations and deaths that could occur in the next few weeks could possibly be enough for the authorities to justify another lockdown.

The data clearly shows the jabs do not prevent infection or transmission, and it clearly shows that they are increasing the risk of hospitalisation and death rather than reducing the risk.

Source: TheExpose.uk / Reference: Publichealthscotland.scot [pdf]

Intricately Carved Neolithic Stone Spheres Found In Scotland And… Bolivia?

Hundreds of intricately carved stone spheres about the size of a tennis ball or larger have been found all over Northern Scotland, Ireland, and in England.

Some are irregular asymmetrical spheres featuring organic-looking protrusions. Others have intricate geometric patterns, lines, and circles carved on their surface.

While most are spherical, some are shaped more like starfish, with protruding legs. They date to 3000–2600 BC and may have been created by the Picts, Celtic language-speaking peoples.

Intricately Carved Neolithic Stone Spheres

Why did the ancient people carve sophisticated geometry onto these spheres made of all kinds of rock? Many were found near Neolithic stone circles in grassy fields, adding to the mystery.

Why were they placed in the proximity of these ancient circles?

That’s what Hugh Newman, author, Megalithic researcher, and explorer asks as he takes us on a tour of the spheres in Scottish museum collections in Orkney, Aberdeen, Glasgow, Oxford, and Edinburgh and London, England.

Surprisingly, Newman then arrives across the world in the South American country of Bolivia where he spots a virtually identical sphere.

“Were they really associated with these stone circles? It certainly seems so. Even though they weren’t found directly in stone circles, they were found in the fields around them. This really intrigues me, because, if that’s the case, why were they placing them in the fields?” asks Newman.

One of the spheres is particularly intricate, the famous Towie ball found in Aberdeenshire. It’s thought to be over 5,000 years old, is almost three inches across and covered with incredibly intricate spirals.

According to the National Museums Scotland, it may have been a weapon and a symbol of power.

If so, how or why did they end up abandoned in fields? Why are so few of these spheres damaged or chipped?

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According to the Museum website:

“The ball would have been the possession of a well-off Neolithic farmer. It could well have been a fancy weapon, capable of dealing a painful blow to the head if thrown from a sling. But it was first and foremost a symbol of power – an elite weapon of social exclusion! – adorned with sacred symbols that resemble those carved into the stones of a faraway passage tomb at Newgrange in the Boyne Valley of eastern Ireland.”

Along with the spheres, relief carvings of spirals and geometric shapes have been found, but not just in Scotland.

Over 6000 miles away at the site of Tiwanaku in Bolivia, similar carvings are found.

Meanwhile, at Lake Titicaca, Newman found a stone sphere with six sides that closely resembles one of the Scottish stone spheres. It’s on display at the Tiwanaku Museum in La Paz, Bolivia.

Such patterns are found all over this realm.

Some are saying it’s more evidence of an ancient advanced worldwide civilization.

Spherical metal objects dating back 6,000 years have been found near the Dead Sea in the treasure of Nahal Mishmar in the Judean Desert.

They were made of copper and thought to represent the Sun. Could the Scottish stones have represented the Sun or Moon?

There are an endless array of ideas about what these objects were used for, from weapons to massage tools, healing stones, to weights, to tools used to roll larger stones.

However, since most of the spheres are in relatively good shape, their use as weapons or tools seems less likely.

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The placement in fields might indicate some use concerning growing crops, with some suggesting that magnetic fields or natural energies were at work.

On the other hand, could the beautifully carved stones have been offerings to the gods left as gifts in the hopes of a bountiful harvest?

Newman believes the intricate carvings might be references to sacred geometry or Archimedean and Platonic solids. These are complex polyhedra shapes enumerated by Archimedes and Plato.

If so, does this indicate that Neolithic people had an advanced understanding of mathematics?

Another idea is that the elaborate shapes may have had some use in surveying and astronomy, considering their proximity to the stone megalithic circles.

These were places to observe seasonal changes and the stars, Moon, and planets. Perhaps these spheres were placed on the ground to mark the location in the sky of these celestial bodies?

Nobody knows why the spheres were found near the stone observatories but not within.

Today we recognize some of these shapes as similar to the atomic or cellular structure. It seems impossible that ancient people would know of such things.

Social vs. Physical Distancing: Why It Matters

Psychology Today

used with permission Lisa Langhammer

By Amy Banks, MD

To protect ourselves, our families, and our communities from the devastation of the coronavirus health experts are strongly encouraging everyone to “socially distance” — to stay 6-10 feet away from other people.

I am concerned — not by the strategy but by the way people are enacting it. The few times I have ventured out to a grocery store or for a walk around my neighborhood, I’ve seen people not only keeping distant from one another but also seeming afraid. They pass each other on the street or in a store without looking at each other or exchanging greetings.

It’s as if we were each locked in a personal bubble that no one can enter. The threat of COVID-19 and the stress it induces can understandably cause individuals to become terrified and myopic — to turn inward in an attempt to stay safe. While a week of that may be more stressful to some than others, months of this type of social isolation is dangerous. Research clearly shows us that our physical and emotional health and well-being are dependent on loving relationships and physical touch. To weather this pandemic, we need one another.

Weeks ago, my colleague and friend, Roseann Adams, LCSW, recognized that the national strategy of social distancing was a double-edged sword. She identified that social distancing can be a threat to all of us as it leads some people to socially isolate potentially causing further stress and, over the long haul, impairing our bodies’ immune system. In fact, strict social distancing may set us up for other illnesses.

Within the first few days, she was encouraging people to physically distance with social connection. Differentiating physical distance from social distance acknowledges the virus’s malignant ability to be transmitted from person to person but also acknowledges that the virus has no power over our ability to support and nurture one another in this time of extraordinary threat.

Think about the power of social isolation in society. Solitary confinement is considered the worst punishment a human can receive. In fact, most civilized communities consider it a form of torture. The physical and emotional toll it takes over time includes a worsening of mental health issues, an increase in self-injurious behavior and even suicide.

Isolating individuals is perhaps the most common first step domestic abusers use to gain power and control over their victims. He or she begins to control who you can see, where you can go, what you can wear. When a person violates the rules set by the perpetrator the punishment is harsh and swift.

Social distancing, as it has been presented, can feel like that.  In fact, in my work with trauma survivors during this time, I have heard people describe feeling trapped and threatened again. That is not sustainable. Becoming socially isolated may keep the majority of us alive, but not well.

By naming the national strategy as physical distancing rather than social distancing and emphasizing the need for human connection we can stay safe from the virus but also hold onto the heightened need we all have for one another right now. Each of us needs an extra dose of being seen and held within our connections during this extraordinary time. Perhaps now more than ever we must be intentional about giving our neural pathways for connection a workout.

In fact, we need to go out of our way to make eye contact, wave, move, or loudly say “hello” from behind the mask. This gives our smart vagus nerve and our mirror neurons a workout. Literally, the sound of a friendly voice and seeing the eyebrows of another person raise in greeting stimulates your social engagement system, which in turn sends a signal to your stress response system to stand down. Those moments of interaction may make the difference in the long run as to how we, as a society, survive the pandemic. 

The human nervous system is amazingly adaptive. Our brains will adapt to social isolation over time, but the burden of stress the isolation causes will lead to long-term health problems. As a society we will not be well at the end of all of this — not because of COVID-19 but because of the message we take in that being with others can be dangerous.

That is why each of us must do our part to not only stay physically six feet apart and to wear masks but also to go out of our way on the street, in the grocery store, through FaceTime, Zoom, or whatever platform you can use to reach out to one another. We all must know that nurturing the relationships we have and reaching out to others who may be isolated is as essential to surviving the pandemic as physical distancing.

Let’s add another important directive to our national policy of containing the coronavirus — to reach out each day to three other people — to check in on them, simply hear their voice, or share the pain or joy of the day. This is a wider strategy to not only survive the pandemic but to keep our humanity alive.

A Dialogue

A person who is Awake, met another person that is Asleep on the street.

(A fictional scenario)

Awake: Hello. How are you?

Asleep: I’m OK. Just trying to stay safe with all this death and suffering going on.

Awake: I can see that. Look at you all decked out — mask, plastic gloves, 6-foot tape measure, hand-sanitizer. CoronaVirus doesn’t stand a chance against you!

Asleep: Oh this thing is bad, I tell ya. A friend of a friend’s uncle’s brother-in-law’s father just died in the nursing home.

Awake: That’s just awful. How old was he?

Asleep: He was 95. He also smoked and had diabetes too.

Awake: Oh. I see.

Asleep: Bill Gates is saying that this might be a once-in–century pandemic. You should be wearing a mask, my friend! Aren’t you worried?

Awake: Not at all. At worst, this is just another strain of flu.

Asleep:  What?!! No. No. No. You are badly mistaken. This is not like the flu. It attacks the lungs. It’s much deadlier than any flu.

Awake: Actually, it’s not. You see, the only measure of deadliness that truly matters is the actual body count. And according to the published numbers of the all-mighty, all-knowing CDC, the death tolls attributed to Covid-19 — which are being deliberately and grossly inflated, by the way –– are actually lower than many past flu seasons. Take the 2017-2018 season, for example — 61,000 deaths were linked to the flu in the United States (here). Covid deaths in 2020, on the other hand, are now leveling off after just 26,000. So, what’s all the fuss all about? Are you willing to shut down the world, throw millions into unemployment, and surrender your freedom for the cold & flu season every year?

Asleep: Well, I see your point about the relative numbers. But, Dr. Fauci said that if we hadn’t practiced social distancing, many more would have died.

Awake: How does the heck that sneaky little rat bastard know that?

Asleep: Well, computer models indicated that 2 million Americans might have died. Dr. Oz and Dr. Gupta on TV said so too.

Awake: You know what they say about computer models, right? Garbage in — garbage out. A better way — a more scientific way — to evaluate such hypothetical scenarios would be to examine the death toll per one million of population in those countries which did not impose social distancing, mask-wearing, quarantines or shelter-in-place policies. Sweden and Belarus, for example, kept the children in school and the businesses open. Their deaths-per-million number is actually lower than the alleged death numbers in the United States!

Awake: Really? I didn’t know that.

Asleep: It’s true. Look it up. (here)

  1. frightened Asleep people will feel better once they know the facts- instead of believing Fake News. 2. The numbers tell the truth. Flu deaths of previous years were much higher than CV-19 deaths on the same time range. 3. GIGO = Garbage In – Garbage Out. CV-19 models demostrates how “science” via computer models is often No science at all.

Awake: As even Fauci’s sidekick, Dr. Deborah Birx, has admitted — the U.S. has what she calls “a very liberal” procedure for categorizing Covid deaths. No distinction is being made between people who die with the virus versus those who may have died because of the virus. Let me pull it up on my I-phone. Here is her exact quote:

“I think in this country, we’ve taken a very liberal approach to mortality. There are other countries that if you had a pre-existing condition, and let’s say the virus caused you to go to the ICU [intensive care unit] and then have a heart or kidney problem. Some countries are recording that as a heart issue or a kidney issue and not a COVID-19 death. The intent is if someone dies with COVID-19, we are counting that as a COVID-19 death.” (here)

What do you have to say about that?

Asleep: Wow! So, you’re saying that not only are the numbers lower than annual flu deaths, but are being exaggerated as well?

Awake: That is correct. But it’s not really me saying it. I’m just telling it. But it get worse! Did you know that MediCare has incentivized hospitals and nursing homes to classify as many patients as they can as having Covid? The average payment for a Covid diagnosis is about $10,000. If the patient is placed on a dangerous (often deadly) ventilator, the reimbursement grows to a whopping $40,000. To top it off, the government will also issue payments for “end-of-life” care. (here)

Given that family members are no longer allowed to visit their elderly loved ones in solitary captivity, there’s no telling what type of mischief these administrators are up to. Grandmom is worth more dead to them than alive! For all these reasons, the numbers are being rigged upward. Make sense?

Asleep: Oh my God! Yes. That does make a lot of sense! Nonetheless, in spite of the logical points you have raised —  they are saying on the News that this virus is killing young people and children too — not just the elderly and sick. The regular flu doesn’t do that.

Awake: Really? Let me pull up some headlines — all from “respected” outlets of the “mainstream news” — about flu deaths and young people from previous years and also this year before Covid came onto the scene.

  • Wired.com: January, 2014: Why is This Year’s Flu So Dangerous for Young Adults? (here)
  • The Atlantic: November, 2016: Why Some Flus are Deadliest in Young Adults (here)
  • NBC News: January, 2018: Every Year, Flu Carries Away Perfectly Healthy Young Adults and Children (here)
  • NBC News: January, 2020: 2 Prominent Flu Strains are Hitting Kids and the Young Particularly Hard (here)
  • CNN News: January, 2020: A Teen’s Final Days with the Flu (here)
  • AAP Medical News, 2020: Flu Figures Show 125 Deaths of Children — Record High Hospitalization (here)

Plenty more where those stories came from. What do you have to say about that?

Asleep: Wow. I’m speechless! So then, what is all the hysteria all about? I don’t get it? Is it about money for Big Pharma?

Awake: That’s part of the motive, but there is a much bigger picture above that. The primary agenda here is all about a Control that has been taking place between a few evil entities on one side; and us, the majority.

Asleep: Thanks for the information! I will look into it. — And stay safe.

Awake: You’re welcome. And stay sane.

Iceland’s PM Calls For Prioritizing “Well-Being” Of Citizens Over GDP

Prime Minister of Iceland Katrin Jakobsdottir is now urging governments to prioritize sustainability and family time over obsessing about economic growth — as most developed nations seem to do.

Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeion and New Zealand’s Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern have teamed up with Iceland’s PM to promote an agenda focused on “well-being.”

Jakobsdottir has called for “an alternative future based on well-being and inclusive growth.”

Prime Minister Of Iceland Katrin Jakobsdottir Flag

She feels that new social indicators are needed outside of the traditional Gross Domestic Product (GDP) data.

It’s About Time

You’d think that the overall well-being of a nation, extreme regard to protecting the environment, and working towards global sustainability would be the top priorities for all nations of the Earth.

However, for the most part, it is all about the economy: how can we support the economy, how can we grow the economy, how can we protect the economy?

I love the following Cree Indian proverb, it fits nicely here:

“When the last tree has been cut down, the last fish caught, the last river poisoned, only then will we realize that one cannot eat money.”

It’s about time someone started standing up for the people and the planet, and this stance is sure to turn some heads.

Prioritizing Mental Health

Back In August, Nicola Sturgeon of Scotland made a plea during a TED Talk for modern economies to consider mental health, childcare, parental leave and green energy.

“Iceland uses more antidepressants than neighboring countries,” she said. “We need to strengthen prevention [of depression], through sports and the arts.”

This is an amazing initiative put forth by leaders of these nations to do whatever it takes to support the citizens who are struggling with mental health disorders, particularly depression. They are able to see that the most important thing is not economic growth, because what difference does that make if so many people are unhappy?