From a blog reader.
Malta has experienced an excess of deaths since March 2020, and despite this fact, there is still a lack of data to allow insight into the matter. Why have the authorities failed to explain this phenomenon?
I am writing this in recognition of Dr. Jean Karl Soler’s comment on an article published on this site. I want to call out one of the recent most harmful medical interventions. Ironically, Dr. Soler did not blame the vaccine. This confirms that I must have been telling the truth! The Government and its Department of Health do know why! They did, and they continue to keep it secret! They don’t want people to ask questions!
The previous article deliberately made no claims about the statistical significance of the data. When considering excess deaths, one expects there to be both positive and negative outcomes due to persons succumbing sooner or later than estimated.
The trouble with using standard deviation when the data being considered is skewed to the positive outcomes we have been experiencing is that one normalises positive excess deaths when one states that the results were not statistically significant.
This situation is not normal! The prolonged period of excess deaths since March 2020 indicates that there has been a fundamental change in the health of the whole population that cannot be explained directly by the COVID-19 virus. In the 12 months since September 2022, Covid deaths explain only 11% of the excess deaths.
A new turn has been created. It is called long covid. By this term, it is meant that the symptoms of COVID-19 are destined to continue even after the end of the pandemic. Long Covid cannot be an explanation as to why people suffering long Covid are alive, and so cannot be included in death or excess deaths figures. If people had succumbed to long-term COVID-19, then their deaths would have been attributed to COVID-19 and would be in the ECDC figures.
Any explanation needs to identify actions or events, or both, that impacted the whole population. In the past 3½ years, the activities that meet these criteria of affecting the entire population’s health can all be categorised into two classes, both of which were measures introduced, ironically, for our safety.
The first category is the lockdowns, restrictions, quarantine, suppression and isolation, controls and mandates, rules and regulations, and the devastating economic hardship these measures caused, as well as the mental and emotional pressure applied, including the obsessive narrative of fear, danger and death.
These measures, combined with the neglect or failure to treat existing and newly ill patients, were all actions and events introduced without any sense of proportionality and were all entirely within the control of the Department of Health and the Superintendent of Public Health.
The second measure that had a national-level impact on health was the relentless campaign to vaccinate the nation and the coercion and pressure applied by the removal of inalienable rights of individuals who chose to take responsibility for their health and the health of their families.
For these reasons alone, we need an independent inquiry into the handling of COVID-19, the measures forced on the whole population, and how this was allowed to happen to the detriment of the entire Maltese population!
Relying on the World Health Organisation is no excuse!