Posted BY: Wyatt
(Natural News) Mathematician Igor Chudov conducted an assessment of two completely different datasets encompassing tens or even hundreds of millions of people from which he concluded that the relative risk of death for people who got “vaccinated” for the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) is 40 percent higher than that of the unvaccinated.
All around the world where Fauci Flu shots were unleashed, Chudov says, excess mortality is through the roof. It is something that many of us have known about for a while now, but that was substantiated by a patchwork of data from here and there – not quite enough to convince some, in other words, that mass depopulation is, in fact, taking place.
Well, Chudov addressed this by conducting an extensive analysis of numerous datasets to scientifically prove that covid shots are killing lots and lots of people, despite being branded as the “cure” for Chinese Germs. (Related: The more covid jabs a person gets, the greater his or her chances are of dying.)
“Many countries are experiencing excess mortality,” Chudov writes. “There are some indications that excess mortality is related to the Covid vaccination program … Various countries have very different RATES of Covid vaccination among their populations – and their mortality statistics are available.”
“In the UK, the population is split into deprivation quintiles with varying vaccination levels, with excess mortality also known … I analyzed excess mortality by country as well as excess mortality in the United Kingdom by quintile deprivation.”
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