The vaccinated in the UK are now dying at a much higher rate than the unvaccinated, though not due to covid.
This graph shows the daily rate of vaccination for the 1st and 2nd doses:
Figure 1: UK daily covid vaccination rate
High rates of vaccination with the 2nd dose seamlessly followed the drop-off in the rate of the first dose.
This was at the end of March. By the end of October 42 million people had been vaccinated in England.
The increase in the death rate of the vaccinated followed the second dose by a month as shown in Figure 2:
Figure 2: UK 1st dose vaccination rate and weekly deaths from all causes for the vaccinated, per 100,000 head of population.
It appears that the increase in the death rate in the vaccinated is not due to the 1st dose.
The death rate starts rising about one month after the beginning of significant application of the 2nd dose.
The death rate made a two month long plateau in May and June and then started falling at about 5% per week.
Assuming that the normal death rate for 100,000 people is 20 per week, then the excess deaths per 100,000 people due to covid vaccination were approximately 1,500 people to 24th September, 2021.
Assuming that the 5% per week decline in the death rate continues until the rate returns to normal, a further 200-odd will die per 100,000 people for a total of about 1,700.
This is close to one in 50 over a year.
For the 42 million vaccinated in the UK, deaths due to vaccination will be of the order of 700,000.
The spike protein has a myriad of ways of killing people but the majority of deaths will be due to heart problems.
The effect is noticeable in soccer and thus these recent headlines:
The figure of a 500% increase in the death rate in the last headline agrees with the interpretation of Figure 2.
The vaccinated in the 30 to 60 age group are far more likely to become infected with covid than the unvaccinated.
Assuming that the 10% of the infected become ‘long covid’, then the deleterious health effects from vaccination extend well beyond the 1.7% death rate in the first year.
If the effect of booster shots is the same as the 2nd dose, then booster shots will come with a 1.7% chance of death in the first year.
Figure 3: UK increase of the covid infection rate of the vaccinated relative to the unvaccinated by age group per 100,000 head of population
The higher propensity of the vaccinated to infected with covid relative to the unvaccinated peaked in week 44 of the year.
This is about six months after the centre of the peak in vaccination with the 2nd dose.
The good news is that the effect is declining now but it looks like it will have a long tail. The rate in the 40 to 49 age group has hardly budged.
In summary, covid vaccination in the UK has been a major disaster.
It looks like it will kill about 700,000 people in the first year, mostly from heart problems and has also set up most of the population for a higher risk of being ‘long covid’ due to a higher covid infection rate.
It has been called the miracle in Japan. Covid cases went from 23,192 on 25th August to 127 on 25th November:
Figure 4: Covid cases in Japan
So what caused it? Did ivermectin strike again? Ivermectin was approved for use on 13th August.
Japan clearing itself of covid with a cheap antiviral drug is inconvenient to the pharmaceutical companies so a story has been concocted that the virus in Japan mutated itself out of existance.
Japanese are able to import ivermectin from India.
The virus in South Africa does what viruses are supposed to do: mutate to become more virulent.
A new variant has appeared in South Africa called B.1.1.529. In under three weeks it is now 90% of new cases:
Figure 5: B.1.1.529 appearance in South Africa
Figure 6: New variants appear to come along every six months
David Archibald is the author of The Anticancer Garden in Australia