Bonus Content: Diary Extracts, w/e Oct. 30, 2021
Last week's Diary contained a couple of semi-successful attempts to sketch out where we are 20 months on, amounting to a kind of 'accidental essay', so I'm sharing an abridged version with everyone.
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Someone sent me a line to an extraordinary article from the Irish Examiner, Public will not stand for shifting the goalposts of Ireland's ‘freedom day’, by the paper’s Political Editor, Daniel McConnell.
The article, or most of it anyway, might have been written by either myself or Gemma O’Doherty in an attempt to poke Paddy back to wakefulness. McConnell attacks the ‘actual cabinet’ — NPHET — and the ‘sinister side’ to the continuation of Covid cert apartheid (my word, not McConnell’s, but let’s see). Delivering the obligatory ritualistic sideswipe to ‘conspiracy theorist anti-vaxers’, he goes on to describe as ‘galling’ what he calls the ’discriminatory tone’ of the current public discussion on these matters. Pointing out that many people may have legitimate reasons for not wishing to be vaxxed, he criticises the ‘nasty vilification from on high’ directed at all refuseniks without distinction. He also criticises the incompetence of the vax rollout and the overblown rhetoric that accompanied it. ‘How,’ he asks, ‘can we, with more than 93% of people vaccinated, still be looking at having to go back into any form of enhanced restrictions?’
‘How is it feasible that while we have fewer than 100 people in intensive care due to Covid or because they have Covid in conjunction with another illness, a population of more than 5m people is facing restrictions?’
‘Were we lied to by our political leaders earlier this year as to the potential impact of the vaccine rollout?’
Lies? Ah, now, Daniel. The Government doesn’t lie! If they had, you would have told us by now. Wouldn’t you?
The full article is well worth reading, but I am unsure what to make of it. The Examiner, after all, is owned, and presumably controlled, by the Irish Times, among the ugliest and most despicable cheerleaders for lockdown, vaccine mandates and every other kind of evil you can think of — the Pravda of post-democracy Ireland, a disgrace to its own 162-year history.
My initial instinct is that the McConnell column is not what it purports to be — a genuine breaking of ranks by a senior journalist, a crack in the dam of media mendacity after 20 months of one-way traffic: mutiny by the Lee. Talking to some friends about it, the consensus is that this is an early example of the MSM, seeing the writing on the wall and realising that the crime scene might be about to be taped off, elaborately reverting to its proper role as watchdog of the public interest, as though it had been doing it all along. ‘The media always do this when they are losing ground,’ says one generally reliable sounding board. ‘It’s a way of regaining the narrative — they need to own it again and send out a few crumbs to those who are thinking of walking away for good.’ On balance, I share this view, but then I start to worry that this might be an unworthy response, born perhaps of a minor personal grievance towards McConnell, who intervened in a rather disgraceful manner in an episode I was involved in a few years ago.
But, then I think: Maybe we should be giving McConnell the benefit of the doubt, welcoming and applauding his delayed words of reason and sanity, and encouraging him to go further? Maybe in the next article he might omit the mandatory disparaging reference to ‘conspiracy theorists’ and do a major exposé of the more than 4,000 people who have died in this country over the past 20 months as a result of official malfeasance, nonfeasance and poisoning by pseudo-vaccine? Let’s keep a watching brief to see if he takes another step forward or reverses back into the bought-and-paid-for Emporium of Lies by the Lee.
My wife Rita and I went to Enniskillen today from Sligo, taking the Ballyshannon/Belleek road, which is not as beautiful as the Manorhamilton route but has its own qualities, not least that it seems to be ten minutes shorter. I’ve long loved Enniskillen, a very British town, and that British reserve has come into its own in the Time of Covid: People leave you alone, masked or unmasked. I’ve been there twice since the summer, and have a 100 per cent molestation-free record. There is no actual mask mandate up there for shops anymore, but everyone seems to wear them anyway. I had the horrible thought that, when they take away the mandate, even more people ‘pop’ on the snotrag than when it’s obligatory. We visited the Erneside shopping centre, where I walked around the whole place without being accosted. A civilised country!, I thought. Did you ever think you’d see the day?
In M&S, we had lunch sitting down in the café. It was pure heaven: to sit at a formica table beside an unadorned Christmas tree — as though some malevolently contrived element of the Covid psy-op sending a signal that Christmas is to be sparse and austere — and eat packaged sandwiches! We minded not. Bliss it was to be alive, eating our polystyrene sandwiches in the free province of Norn Iron. Who would ever have dreamed it?
I walked around the shop and was, as far as I could tell, the sole unmasked punter. A few people looked crooked at me but nobody crossed the line. On the way out I met a man who gave me a nod and — I thought — a smile through his snotrag, and a few minutes later I met him coming bare-faced down the corridor nearby. ‘I thought if he can get away with it, so can I!’ he said — exactly the spirit in this blitz of lies.
But the sense of exhilaration at meeting him was brief. A kind of despondency crept over me, meeting all these people with their faces covered quite unnecessarily — the only reason being their own capitulation to subjugation by the vilest pondlife, whose sole objective is to shame, break and enslave them.
Most of the past 20 months I’d been avoiding shopping centres and suchlike because, down south, I can walk barely ten yards inside such place without being set upon by some programmed avatar of Low Joe, Pat Plank or Eamo Tesco. For this reason, I generally observe the mask mania in short bursts and from a distance. Being in the midst of a crowd of masked others brought me to a sudden realisation of a different level of the collective indignity of this criminal subterfuge.
I felt a terrible surge of sorrow for those people, walking around like branded slaves — sorrow that they are unable to think or listen to sense, that they have come to believe that their lives are in danger on the word of a bunch of loathsome gangster politicians, bought-and-paid-for doctors and pseudo-scientists, and semi-literate journaliars who laugh at them behind their backs. Walking around, I began to feel like a space alien who had just landed in a strange planet. What kind of beings were these, with their strange flattened faces? I decided that they had been visited by some great shaming, perhaps on account of their timidity or cowardice, which had caused them to hide their faces. In a book of mine years ago, I wrote about the myth of the faceless man, an archetype of Japanese fables and ghost and horror stories. The Noppera-bō, or faceless ghost, is a legendary creature of Japanese folklore, a kind of hobgoblin known primarily for frightening humans. The Noppera-bō appears at first as an ordinary human being, sometimes impersonating someone familiar to the victim of the scare, before causing his features to disappear, leaving a blank, smooth sheet of skin where the face ought to be. The archetype of the faceless man relates at once to terror and hope. He is both myth and symbol. In his book Apollinaire and the Faceless Man, Willard Eugene Bohn describes the faceless man as symbolising the human condition, having been adopted by writers and artists as an early, perhaps prophetic symbol of twentieth-century existence. ‘By turns a domestic, a pirate, or the last representative of the human race, he reassures us and menaces us simultaneously.’
Of course, all this and more is part of the web of intention behind the snotrag. It causes our most loved and familiar neighbours, even members of our own families, to become ‘unfamiliar’. They remain a little like what they were, a little like those of us who refuse the snotrag, but they are also strangers: We cannot avoid thinking that we hardly knew them at all. Their seeming terror sucks upon our hopes for the future, menacing us with the compliance it unleashes — their seeming abandonment of intelligence and spirit. The character of their terror mutates into another across the span of our gazing toward them. Reaching us, the unmasked, it mutates into a terror of what might befall the human race on account of its generalised stupidity and manipulability.
So, for a brief time, I am overcome by overwhelming sadness, beholding the people of Enniskillen in this state, like I have blundered into a room and caught an elderly person in a state of distress. I felt angry that the lowest forms of life on this planet have been able to plunder the dignity and self-respect of these good people. They have been duped into de-humanising not just themselves but one another, for the mask worn by one represents an accusation against the humanity of each other person, and all other persons together: ‘You, a walking biohazard germbag, are ipso facto a danger to me. I have been foolish all my life to treat you as my brother, my sister, but now I have come to sense and wish to advise you: Stay away from me in the name of Satan.’
The snotrag is therefore itself a kind of bio-weapon designed to disintegrate the glue of human solidarity at the foundation of our civilisation. That it is being done in the name of the ‘common good’ is one of those epoch-undoing ironies that historians will one day pore over with much head-scratching. If there are any historians in where we are going.
The article is quite brilliant not just in outlining the financial landscape as it relates to the continuing criminality, but in integrating the economic factors with some of the key questions of democracy, freedom and the coming totalitarianism. Vighi refers to Larry Fink, CEO of assets management behemoth BlackRock, as lip-smackingly declaring that totalitarianism is a much better match for capitalism than is democracy. The extended quote is spectacular: ‘Markets doesn’t like uncertainty. Markets like, actually . . . totalitarian governments, where you have an understanding of what’s out there, and obviously the whole dimension is changing now with a democratisation of countries. And democracies are very messy. As we know, in the United States we have opinions changing back and forth.’
I first started to observe this tendency in operation here in Ireland about seven years ago, when it began to become clear that democratic procedures — elections and referendums — at least in as far as their outcomes are unpredictable — had come to be regarded by the establishment as a terrible inconvenience. Since electoral battle has long been an intrinsic feature of Irish political culture, I at first believed I must be misreading the signs — until it dawned on me that our country was no longer being run by the people we elected to run it, but by powerful outside interests operating through them.
That article by Professor Vighi really is worth the time and slightly heightened concentration required to absorb its implications. A grotesquely over-simplified version might go as follows:
What is happening is not the inevitable collateral outcome of an unexpected emergency, but a subterfuge to camouflage a global economic takedown. The structural incoherence of the debt-based ex nihilo system of money-creation has brought the world to the edge of the abyss, and the showers-that-seem-to-be have seen no alternative — in protecting their own interests and those of their puppet masters — but to suspend the world economy and put it on life support.
How strange it is that, while working tirelessly to eliminate from our culture the idea of a God who watches over everything, we had of late times replaced Him with something far more irrational in the form of money generated out of nothing. It appears that, notwithstanding the encroachment of positivistic reasoning, we remain a theological species.
The upshot problem is that ‘our’ money system had been owned and controlled by privately-owned banks, which created euro, or dollars, or pounds, by a process of ex nihilo substantiation — money out of nothing, materialising in the form of debt. In this system, money was generated only when it was borrowed — each new loan meaning that a specific amount of money was brought into being. When the loan was eventually repaid, the capital was eliminated. In the meantime, somewhat greater amounts of new debt materialised in the form of interest, which continued to exist as a negative phenomenon, without any positive corresponding element of wealth or tokens. The interest existed nowhere except as a debit, and so the growing accumulation of indebtedness in our economies was not any form of malfunction, but a structural inevitability. The continuing scramble to find money to pay down interest meant that the only way debt repayments could be discharged was by borrowing more money, which threw the structural flaw into a new and wider orbit. The generalised accumulation of debts in the system, without any basis other than on the computer screens of the lenders, meant that there existed a diminishing pool of ‘money’ with which these mounting debts could be paid down.
You may have noted that the preceding paragraph was written in the past tense: We speak here of a system that is already at the breaker’s yard. The old work-based economy was already kaput, having been devoured by a casino-like economy based on derivatives and stock-jobbery. This roulette table economy has now gone up in flames, leaving the world banking elites at a loss for ideas, although not of resources, which they and their chums managed to squirrel away in advance, having insiders’ knowledge of the coming calamity.
At the moment we are operating on what might be called a ‘space-saver’ economy. Like the slim wheel we briefly carried around in our car boots against a puncture (between the spare wheel and the appalling new-fangled puncture repair kit), this economy is safe only at low speeds, and in truth, to mix our metaphors, is really a kind of economic life support. This ‘space-saver’ economy, with which we’ve been unwittingly living for 20 months, is an emergency economy based on helicopter money being dropped all over the planet to maintain a semblance of economic life. Hence all the bicycle lanes, roadworks and 5G installations we’ve observed from the crack of the starter pistol that went off sometime around the middle of March 2020. Hence, the World Bank’s ‘Covid project’, which culminates in . . . March 2025. (Did I mention that it’s not about your health?)
This, clearly, is unsustainable in the longer term, so the plan is to cancel the existing three-dimensional money systems — all global currencies, including the dollar, euro, sterling et cetera — and replace them asap with a single globalised digital currency, centrally controlled and linked to social credit, universal biometric ID tracking, global surveillance, Universal Basic Income and the cashless society.
The full implications of this changeover are opaque. One telling has it that all debts will be forgiven, but also that savings and pensions will disappear with the old money. At best, those affected might expect to recover a percentage on the unit of old currency, which would mean, in effect, that every government in the world would perpetrate ‘bail-in’s against their citizens, in the manner of the government of Cyprus in 2013 (arising from which many Cypriot families lost their homes). Since most of those worst affected are likely to be retired or elderly, they are unlikely to provoke a great deal of either activism or sympathy, and are most likely to be told, ‘Didn’t we save your lives — what more do you want?’ For some time now, the corrupt media have been conducting a sly campaign against such people — the ‘okay boomer’ trope, combined with the repeated assertion that the old are the cause of young people being unable to afford their own homes. There is a charming new phrase for this: ‘demographic drag’, meaning that the old are a dead weight within economies because they consume without contributing. If anyone doubts that ‘our’ government or media would not engage in such cheap and dangerous mob-baiting, they should just stop washing their hands and look at what these creeps have been trying to do to the unvaxxed. Such planted resentments are likely to be harvested and exploited if the current plan gets under the wire.
The virus is being used as a camouflage to cover the required switchover. The totalitarian patterns we’ve observed from the start are ‘necessitated’ by the inherent risks in this operation: Since it entails essentially robbing and dispossessing the greater part of the world’s population, the Combine reckoned, not unreasonably, that there might be some form of pushback in perhaps the form of what journaliars and sociologists call ‘social unrest’. Hence the suspension of democracy and the rule of law for the past nearly two years. Hence, Commissioner Harass and his ilk got to have their day in the sun.
Politicians are happy to impose totalitarianism on their own people in part to, as it were, mask their own venality and wickedness in perpetuating the life of an iniquitous, decrepit and destructive money system that punished prudence and work and rewarded gambling and cheating. But they also find the totalitarian option congenial as a means to suppress the expression of rage and anguish that will inevitably ensue when the world’s working population realises it has been asset-stripped to protect the interests of a tiny elite who will become exponentially richer as a result.
The much-vaunted ‘Great Reset’ is an add-on element of this strategy, but also a device to distract attention from the bill-topping Event, which is the digital currency. One might have guessed something like this from the fact that, this time last year, Time magazine published a cover story on the topic — which up until then had been dismissed by the mainstream media as a ‘conspiracy theory’ (Cork papers please copy). We should always sit up when the MSM publishes something true.
The Great Reset is being sold as an opportunistic bid to take advantage of the ‘misfortune’ of the ‘pandemic’ so as to ‘Build Back Better’, a bit like the way you might decide to build an extension when you have to bring the builders in to fix the roof after a bad storm. But, in reality the Great Reset/Fourth Industrial Revolution has been around for some time, as evidenced by the fact that its frontman, the delectable Herr Klaus Schwab, had already published two books on the subject. Without the virus scam, this might still have been effected without undue controversy, and certainly would not have brought the world to its knees. But this is the ideal opportunity and the windfall totalitarianism is clearly giving Herr Schwab wet dreams of 1939.
Of course, now that it is being rolled out, the Great Reset has its own ominous implications, and we need to be aware of these also. The universal biometric ID system, though in the first instance geared to the new currency, will be vital to aspects of the Combine’s plans for later on, and the ‘vaccines’ are being harnessed to put in place some of the essential technological infrastructure to these ends.
Each ‘vaccine’, we know, contains a unique code which will in due course enable the recipient to be electronically tagged and placed in a surveillance grid. But the vaccine also contains synthetic gene-editing technology capable of modifying your DNA, and microscopic elements of nanotechnology, the purpose of which is essentially to rewire the human person in preparation for the imminent transhumanist processes — moving the human species towards ‘Human 2.0’. This nanotechnology contains microscopic robotic elements which can be manipulated from outside and linked to AI, enabling information to be harvested remotely from the body of the ‘vaccinated’ person, using basic ‘smart’ devices like phones to gather various data under the headings of location, health, medication, emotions et cetera. It can also receive information, which is to say that it can be used to communicate programming — instructions — to the body and mind of the subject. It is for this reason that there is such a push to up the levels of ‘vaccination’, even though any reasonable estimate of herd immunity has long since been overtaken.
It is also the reason they are currently starting to come after the children. This was always inevitable, despite their lying denials. We old fogeys will not be around for very long, but the little ones of today will be the potential refuseniks of 2040, and they can’t be having that! (If you think this fanciful, you haven’t been paying attention. If you immediately decide it’s a ‘conspiracy theory’, you’re probably a journaliar.)
But by far the more immediate significant Covid-related Event — and the one requiring absolute secrecy — is the currency takedown. Hence, Klaus’s baby getting on the cover on Time, despite for years being dismissed as conspiracism: While we’re thinking about the longer-term tyranny, they can slip the shorter-term scam past us unnoticed. Remember the rule: If it’s in the mainstream media, be suspicious.
There is another factor also: From observing the Chinese experience, the Combine has figured out that, once you can achieve high levels of obedience, it is possible to maximise the efficiency of an economy by combining it with high levels of surveillance and coercion. This, they believe, is the future: soft tyranny combined with high-performance economy, Chinese-style. Democracy, they have decided, is too chaotic a system for the needs of the modern world, which is to say their own need to own 100 per cent of the world’s wealth rather than the mere 90 per cent they own at the moment. As Larry Fink would have it: Is there any point in allowing people to sit around discussing their ignorant views about world affairs, and then trotting down to the polling booth to disrupt the running of the economy with their ill-informed opinions, when you can just lock them in their homes and monitor their demeanours, behaviours, conversations and thoughts, while at the same time priming them to buy stuff via their telescreens? C’mon!
Hence, the purpose of the past 20 months of systematic torture has (Hold the front page!) not been about public health but in large part about training the public in obedience. This health-camouflaged ‘emergency’ has been combined with installing the wherewithal for an oligarchic technocracy, run to the diktats and requirements of the faceless (hah!) Combine, to control and manage the great mass of humanity, who will be permitted — on the basis of a limited sufferance — to subsist — no more — provided they keep out of the Combine’s way, though this sufferance is not necessarily open-ended. This change, of course, has the additional collateral ‘benefit’ of relieving the Combine of the need to share with the vast majority of the human family the dividend of the coming unique moment in human civilisation, when human work will be abolished, and most of humanity will finish up marginalised from the spheres of wealth and participation. Adhering closely to Larry Fink’s philosophy, the strategy will adhere to the ethics of jungle capitalism, so the ‘owners’ will get to retain everything but the crumbs of the bonanza.
And, just as Covid is not about your health, the climate change agenda — which you may have noticed is being ramped up further this week — is not about the weather or the planet. It’s simply a mechanism for prolonging the emergency model they’ve road-tested and streamlined in the Covid scam, so that the helicopter money can continue to be used, albeit in an increasingly straitening fashion. It makes perfect sense that this has been done in order to prolong indefinitely the period in which the people will remain oblivious of how the governments of the world have essentially been getting by for decades on the use of a financial conjuring trick — the generation of money ex nihilo and the massive escalation of collective debt, which has accumulated like junk in a shopaholic's house, rendering it unfit for human habitation.
From a near-two year remove, the whole scam now has the distinct feel of politicians seeking to buy time, and then realising that they might well get away for this for ever, that the world, having been cast into emergency phase, might be maintained there indefinitely, or until something comes along to get these bastards off the hook. All they have to do, they seem to imagine, is continue to flood the world with Toytown money, and blinker themselves against the consequences, while gagging the people and pumping their bodies with poison. But the consequences will come, and their blinkers will not save them from the wrath of the risen people when the truth comes tumbling out.
A Greek friend writes, as though reading my thoughts, describing his own escalating despond with what is happening. He links me a black-pill post from a YouTuber he watches who, more or less precisely on account of the general situation described above, plus what he anticipates to be an imminent war with China, is advising people to ‘get out of the West’. He argues that the whole of Europe, as well as America and Down Under, are all succumbing to tyranny. He reckons we may have but a diminishing window from which to escape. He advises selling everything, even at a loss, and taking off to South America or Africa (not South Africa!) — to countries which lack the resources to enforce the tyranny. The video is certainly bracing, and I do not disagree with much apart from the conclusion: With so much helicopter money going around, don’t bet on any country not being able to afford to turn fascist. I believe the best hope we have is to remain, not just because we must resist until the last moment but because there will be no escape, no matter where we might go. Better the pondlife you know, I suppose.
My friend confides his even more ominous fear, and it is one I feel every day, and markedly, though briefly, felt the other day in Enniskillen: that this thing will never clarify itself, one way or the other; that we shall just meander on with medium-level tyranny for the rest of time, increasingly imprisoned, escalatingly dejected, our lives changed utterly but with the Big Lie hanging over us all the time, being believed by a masked and terrified majority — terrified, that is, by all the wrong things — dragging us along behind.
My friend has a name for it. He calls it ‘Eternal Fall’. The phrase is the perfect crystallisation of my unspoken fears. He defines it as ‘a stage where things are getting progressively worse with no ending’ — the equivalent of what in the Hindu faith is called the Kali Yuga, the fourth and darkest of the four world ages — a world beset by evil and warfare.
It doesn't make rational sense, he writes, ‘even to me saying it.’ Surely there must come a tipping point, he ruminates, where the debts being generated by the plandemic become unmanageable? In answer I send him Fabio Vighi’s article.
The phrase 'eternal fall' creates a resonance in me. It accords with the general sense I have now when I go outdoors, particularly when I am assailed by the kind of feelings I experienced in the Erneside shopping centre. What if they continue shifting their ground, maintaining the heavy mass hypnosis, gradually drawing us further and further into a nightmare world? What if this becomes a permanent state with diminishing connection to the things we currently connect it to, and are at least able to grapple with through the use of reason?
It is utterly clear that the Combine and their local gofers are now beside themselves with delight that they have managed to cow the world’s peoples as they have. This is a major asset in itself, politically speaking — it means that virtually anything they ask of the people will be given up virtually without protest. You might imagine that, sooner or later, the majority must begin to stir in their slumber, but, accompanying that hope is invariably also a kind of escalating ‘realism’ — a pessimism, really, a sliding down into the pit of despondency — imprisoning all of us in a new kind of reality. The thought occurs again: What we always assumed to be naturalistic reality was no more than the set of circumstances we were born into and came to take for granted. Those who are born into the world as it has emerged in the past two years may come to accept it as we did our own (now fallen) world. And we, in our turn, might succumb to hedonic adaptation, accepting tomorrow what today seems unthinkable, like losing the use of an ear or an eye. Larry Fink would then have his evil way.
I carry these thoughts around with me all day, trying to wrestle them into shape or submission. Yet, dark as they are, they seem to propose some kind of bedrock to the gloom, which is perversely encouraging. Sensing where the bottom might be, it becomes possible to imagine bouncing back. I decide to conclude that Enniskillen was the lowest point, the rock-bottom of the nightmare, and that, from now, every day, things will get better and better. I have little rational basis for this feeling, but I cannot shake it off, and so decide not to try.
If Daniel McConnell is interested in extending his ‘mutiny’ by writing another Covid-critical article in the Examiner, I have the perfect angle for him. The following might, in the faraway days of old, have been the basis of a front page report in any daily newspaper:
Analysis of deaths notices indicates that, whereas the alleged ‘pandemic’ mortality peak of April 2020 was predominantly among older people, the 2021 statistics depict a pattern of deaths of very much younger adults than in recent years — including in 2020, the presumed ‘pandemic’ year.
There are strong indications of a correlation between these patterns and the so-called Covid19 ‘vaccines’ which were rolled out for the elderly from January 2021, and for younger people from early spring.
An analysis of death notices website RIP.ie data for the summer months, conducted by a small group of concerned volunteers with experience of statistics-analysis, shows a dramatic increase in deaths described in notices as ‘unexpected’, ‘suddenly’ or ‘after a short illness’ (for shorthand in the following, ‘keyword deaths’).
This surge in ‘keyword’ deaths came on top of an earlier wave in January and February when there were circa 1,169 excess deaths, almost entirely among elderly residents of nursing homes. This death wave started almost immediately from the 7th of January when the so-called ‘Covid-19 vaccines’ were rolled out.
An analysis of mortality figures up to last week indicates that there were 18 extra deaths per day on average during the month, amounting to circa 540 people, a 20 per cent increase in the death rate for this time of year. Analysis of death notices also indicates that, whereas the alleged ‘pandemic’ mortality peak of April 2020 was predominantly among older people, the 2021 statistics depict a pattern of deaths of very much younger adults than in recent years — including 2020, the presumed ‘pandemic’ year. There is clear circumstantial evidence that these mortality spikes are closely related to the Covid-19 ‘vaccine’ rollout.
A comparison between 2021 and the years from 2008-2020 indicates that, whereas normally such keyword deaths fluctuate from month to month up to a maximum of approximately 15-16 per cent of total deaths, there was a dramatic uptick in the months from March through September this year. The level of such deaths was within normal range until the beginning of March, when it began to climb dramatically, in April reaching a peak of 18.3 per cent, dropping to 17.2 per cent in June and climbing again to 18.2 per cent in July. It dropped slightly again in August, to 16.9 per cent, and was recorded at 17.7 per cent in late September. In October, there was a noticeable reduction in keyword deaths, which fell back almost to normal levels; however, the overall excess deaths for October continued the pattern established since April, mainly due to a surge in deaths among the elderly, a phenomenon borne witness in the unusual number of deaths of high-profile elderly artistic figures during October.
By comparison, 2020 showed a normal level of such ‘keywords deaths’ in January/February (14-15 per cent) dropping in March and climbing again from April, reaching a peak of 17 per cent in August, falling to 15.8 per cent in September and fluctuating between 16 and 17 per cent for the rest of the year. The present year and last were markedly above the norm of keyword mortality of the previous decade, with 2021 already markedly above 2020 levels. Even the peaks experienced during years prior to 2020 only occasionally, and marginally, went above 16.5 per cent. Overall, the numbers of such deaths in the spring/summer 2021 period is approximately 20 per cent above the averages seen in recent years.
The overall mortality levels for April-September 2021 indicate an increase iof approximately 25 per cent on all-cause mortality when compared with the period 2008-2020.
Searches for the keywords ‘at home’ show peaks in December 2020 and April 2021. Searches for ‘care of’, indicating a nursing home death, indicate peaks in April 2020, February 2021 and July 2021, with a further peak being indicated for September/October.
An examination of ‘vaccine’ rollout data sourced from Covidvax.live indicates a strong correlation between mortality and the administration of the injections to the various age-groupings. There is also a close visible correlation between keyword deaths and vaccination rollout figures, with marked mortality peaks occurring approximately two to three weeks after peaks in vaccination. The correspondence can be observed between both ‘keyword’ deaths (sudden, unexpected, etc) and overall excess mortality.
These figures would appear to suggest not only that people are dying in large numbers shortly after having had the Covid-19 ‘vacccine’, but that the ‘sudden’ deaths are occurring within two or three weeks of receiving the shot. This would render even more sinister the rule whereby those who die less than 14 days after vaccination are deemed to be, and classified as, ‘unvaccinated’. This trick would ensure that the official ‘vaccines deaths’ figures (such as they are) would not manifest the spike that is clearly visible in the RIP.ie figures.
Vaccination levels reached 90% on September 10th, which may explain the October lull in keyword deaths. It would suggest also a general pattern involving something like a three-week window in which there is a susceptibility to a fatal response in some younger people.
Aside from these patterns, only the extraordinarily artificial spike of April 2020 stands out from mortality burdens that are remarkably stable over the 2008-2021 period. In other words, the 2021 patterns, so far and continuing, are radically askew from the norm, and in their persistence at least as serious as the spike of April 2020. This spike arose from the deaths of approximately 1,500 elderly nursing home residents, all attributed to Covid-19. In reality, as demonstrated by the Canadian scientist Denis Rancourt, they died of stress and related factors arising from the generalised panic orchestrated by Government and media following the global scare orchestrated by the World Health Organisation, starting in February 2020.
The above is really just a proposal or brief for an investigation — the kind of thing journalists used to do before they became persuadable to sell their souls to tyrants while still calling themselves journalists. I offer it as the bare bones of what could well be made into a Pulitzer prizewinning piece of reportage, which might inter alia be the cause of saving our country — even the entire Free World — from Eternal Fall. How about it, Daniel?