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Buying Time or Buying Silence

The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) is Australia’s national statistical agency and an official source of independent, reliable information. They aim to tell the real story of Australia, its economy and its people by bringing life and meaning to numbers.


It is only fitting that the ABS would play an important role in collecting, analysing and reporting on the COVID-19 pandemic and how it may impact overall mortality in Australia.


Traversing digital and traditional formats - including television, print media, radio, internet and IPTV - mass media in Australia (dominated by Nine Entertainment and News Corp Australia) covers local, regional, state, federal and international sources, reporting on news, opinion, policy and culture. It is the role of this media network with its vast reach to analyse and report on such important data.


According to the Press Freedom Index, the independence – and therefore trustworthiness - of the Australian media has been on a decline due to media censorship and intimidation of journalists across the country, including media companies maintaining close ties to political leaders, and big advertising dollars creating conflicts of interest that are behind valid doubts Australians have about editorial independence.



The fact that recent reports on COVID-19 and all-cause mortality from the ABS is not being widely reported in the mainstream media, is unlikely to be a coincidence because the data flies in the face of the well-established narrative the media has been promoting around this pandemic.


While the media continue to peddle the COVID-19 vaccines as 'safe and effective', the ABS’ most recent reports on Provisional Mortality and COVID-19 Mortality tell a very different story.


COVID-19 Mortality in Australia: Deaths registered until 31 July 2022

COVID-19 Mortality in Australia: Deaths registered until 31 July 2022 confirms 9,428 deaths, where people died with or from COVID-19 that occurred by 31 July 2022, have been registered and received by the ABS.


The highest number of COVID-19 deaths occurred among those aged 80-89 years (2,954). For females, the age group with the highest number of COVID-19 deaths was those aged over 90 years.


The median age for those who died from COVID-19 was 85.0 years (83.2 years for males, 87.0 years for females).


Most deaths due to COVID-19 have other conditions listed on the death certificate (94.7%). Only 5.3% of deaths with COVID-19 reported alone on the death certificate.


People with pre-existing chronic conditions have greater risk of developing severe illness from COVID-19. While pre-existing chronic conditions do not cause COVID-19, they increase the risk of COVID-19 complications and therefore increase the risk of death.


In summary, COVID-19 remains a larger threat to the sick and elderly, and the overwhelming majority of deaths attributed in any way to COVID-19 are in those individuals who have exceeded their life expectancy and have co-morbidities. The risk to young healthy individuals is virtually non-existent.



Provisional Mortality from all causes

The ABS Provisional deaths data reports are designed for measuring changes in patterns of mortality, which are of particular importance during a pandemic.


The latest provisional mortality report confirms a very concerning trend that has persisted; more people are dying in 2022 compared with historical averages.


And we're not talking small numbers either.


In 2022, there were 75,593 deaths that occurred by 31 May and were registered by 31 July, which is 10,757 (16.6%) more than the historical average.


Deaths due to COVID-19 increased in May when compared with March and April, but alarmingly, deaths from all other causes are seeing sharp and unprecedented increases.


In January 2022, deaths seemed to rise in tandem with COVID-19 new infections. We have said all along that the trend was more likely related to the uptake of booster doses.


In the latest ABS provisional mortality statistics, we can see that deaths from all causes remain above baseline averages despite COVID-19 new infections dropping.

Between January and May 2022 there have been 4,465 deaths due to COVID-19 that were certified by a doctor. 858 of these deaths occurred in April.


During the Delta wave the doctor-certified COVID-19 deaths range from 5 - 98 per week. During 2022, COVID-19 deaths peaked at 501 for the week ending 23-Jan-22 and dipped to its lowest - 78 deaths - for the week ending 20-Mar-22, before it started increasing again:-

  • 92 on 27-Mar-22

  • 111 on 3-Apr-22

  • 117 on 10-Apr-22

  • 152 on 17-4-22

  • 191 on 24-Apr-22

  • 178 on 1-May-22

  • 166 on 8-May-22

  • 202 on 15-May-22

  • 204 on 22-May-22

  • 204 on 29-May-22

Other causes of death on the increase are:-

Alzheimer’s: 16.4% above baseline average in May, 20.5% above baseline average for the year to May

Cancer: 5.5% and 6.0%

Diabetes: 18.7% and 20.0%

Cerebrovascular diseases, influenza and ischaemic heart disease were also above the baseline average in May 2022


So, if COVID-19 deaths in 2022 represents only 2.3% of total deaths, what is it that could possibly be killing Australians at unprecedented rates?

Reclassifying Adverse Events

The World Health Organization defines the rules for classifying COVID-19 by using new International Statistical Classification of Diseases and Related Health Problems 10th Revision codes (ICD-10 codes). All deaths due to COVID-19 in the ABS report have been coded to ICD-10 code U07.1 "COVID-19, virus identified" or U07.2 "COVID-19, virus not identified as the underlying cause of death." U07.7 is the code for "COVID-19 vaccines causing adverse effects in therapeutic use".


Could it be that adverse events to the COVID-19 injections aren't being properly coded as U07.7 and instead these injuries and deaths are being attributed to the type of adverse reaction reported? Could this be the cause behind the significant increase in deaths from "all causes"? The correlation between soaring deaths and high injection rates is certainly compelling.


In fact, could it be possible that the milestone of 10,005,856 COVID-19 confirmed cases we reached today (29-Aug-2022) are a symptom of diagnostic tools that are not fit for purpose, providing false positive results in an attempt to persist with all the control and funding resulting from the ongoing State of Emergency powers?


Adverse Events from COVID-19 injectables

AusVaxSafety, is a voluntary survey-style national active vaccine safety surveillance system, which doesn't require the assistance of a healthcare professional and in their latest report, AusVaxSafety survey results inform that just under 2.9 million people who took the survey, reported at least one adverse event and more than 26,000 reported visiting a GP or hospital Emergency department.


While the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) is responsible for monitoring the safety of all vaccines approved for use in Australia, as part of the national COVID-19 Vaccine Pharmacovigilance Plan, AusVaxSafety is using its established active surveillance system to monitor adverse events, following immunisation in people who receive a COVID-19 vaccine. This helps facilitate early detection of any potential vaccine safety issues through responses to a brief survey in the days following vaccination, sent via an automated SMS or email.


AusVaxSafety is only used in around 350 clinic sites across Australia to monitor routine vaccination. If a person did not receive their COVID-19 vaccination at an immunisation provider participating in the AusVaxSafety program, they will not receive an SMS or email to participate in the safety survey.


These surveys give participants the opportunity to report any adverse events they have after receiving the COVID-19 vaccine. The first survey is sent on day 3, post first vaccination, with a second survey sent on day 8. Six weeks after the second dose, a final survey is sent.


The TGA COVID-19 vaccine safety report, dated 25-08-2022, informs the reader that there are 2.2 adverse events report for every 1,000 doses administered, 135,682 adverse events reported and 13 deaths confirmed to be linked to vaccination from 931 reports received.


While both adverse events reporting systems are voluntary, the process of reporting an adverse event through the TGA is cumbersome and likely requires the assistance from a healthcare professional. The very fact that AHPRA, Australia's healthcare regulator, issued a statement in March 2021, prohibiting its 825,000+ Health Professionals from acting in any way that questions the science around the public health response to COVID-19, including vaccination, makes it easy to comprehend how such tactics would prevent a healthcare worker from going out of their way to report adverse events to the vaccines.


The disparity between total reported adverse events on the TGA weekly report (135,682) when compared with 2,892,911 reported adverse events to AusVaxSafety (44.2% of the 6,545,048 AusVaxSafety surveys conducted) illustrates an incongruence in safety surveillance and is a signal of significant under-reporting, which the TGA has previously acknowledged to be between 90-95%.


Considering more than 63 million doses have been administered with only those 6,545,048 AusVaxSafety surveys conducted, this confirms that safety monitoring is insufficient. The discrepancies between AusVaxSafety, the TGA and the acknowledged significant under-reporting, is the reason why TGA cannot be relied upon exclusively for accurate safety data. The fact that the TGA receives most of its funding from the pharmaceutical industry is another reason we cannot rely on the TGA for full transparency.


Pandemic of the Vaccinated

The NSW COVID19 WEEKLY DATA OVERVIEW for Epidemiological week 33, ending 20 August 2022, shows that the unvaccinated, which are expressed as having a vaccination status of ‘no dose’, represent 0% of hospitalisations and ICU admissions. This data provides a strong indication that 'vaccination' against COVID-19 is not effective at reducing severity of symptoms.


Curiously, despite the fact there are no unvaccinated people in NSW hospitals with COVID-19, the report also claims that 28 COVID-19 deaths are from the unvaccinated.

How can you get 28 deaths from zero hospitalisations? You can't, but when you read the fine print in the report, you begin to see how they distort the statistics, because those deaths occurred at home or in aged care and have been classified as a COVID-19 death simply because they were diagnosed as having the virus.


We can see from the ABS COVID-19 mortality reports that 94.7% of COVID-19 deaths had other health conditions listed on their death certificates. If 94.7% of the 28 deaths had other serious comorbidities, that means less than 2 of the reported deaths were likely from COVID-19 alone, if we are to rely on the dubious PCR and RAT test accuracy.


According to official Australian disease surveillance data, after more than 80% of the eligible population was double-dosed, together with substantial booster rates,

  • 95% of confirmed COVID-19 cases,

  • 77% of hospitalisations and

  • 80% of deaths have occurred.

Today, 90.11% of Australian's aged 5 and above have received at least two doses, with almost 70% receiving at least one booster.


The TGA weekly covid-19 vaccine safety report states "Vaccines can lead to death in extremely rare instances. However, most deaths that occur after vaccination are not caused by the vaccine. In large populations in which a new vaccine is given, there are people with underlying diseases who may die from these diseases. When a vaccine is given in that same population, the link between the vaccine and death is usually coincidental - not caused by the vaccine. These deaths are carefully reviewed for whether vaccines could be the cause and for the vast majority that is not the case."


The TGA might claim 'vaccine' adverse events and deaths are a coincidence, but any person with any common sense and basic deductive skills can see that a strong relationship between high vaccination rates and increased deaths exists.


While the ABS talks about "patterns of mortality from all causes of death during the COVID-19 pandemic", they continue to skirt around the elephant in the room; the impact of the COVID-19 injections. While it is clear for anyone with eyes to see that the claim these injections are 'effective' is baseless, the issue of 'safety' is being suppressed by the media's unwillingness to report on these critical issues. The question is: how long will the media moratorium last when the government stops buying their silence with advertising?

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