Non-COVID-related deaths among working-aged men are off the charts, not just in the United States as we reported last week, but across the pond as well. Church Militant's Nadia Hazimeh takes a look at the skyrocketing numbers and the potential causes.
Health experts in England are demanding an inquiry into why non-COVID-related deaths are surging. England's Office for National Statistics says England and Wales experienced 20,000 additional deaths in a four-month period last summer, exceeding the pre-pandemic five-year average.
Recent data shows deaths among men — aged 25 to 49 and 50 to 64 — have been steadily climbing since May, a few months after the rollout of COVID so-called vaccines. Death certificates show they're dying from heart disease, diabetes and other illnesses. The startling increase mirrors U.S. figures.
Scott Davison, CEO, OneAmerica insurance: "We are seeing right now the highest death rates we have ever seen in the history of this business."
Davison explains in a given year a natural disaster may lead to a catastrophic 10% increase in death rates. But a 40% increase? It's simply unheard of.
Dr. Robert Malone, the inventor of mRNA technology, thinks Davison's data points to one root cause.
Dr. Robert Malone, virologist: "The data that he's revealing, even though he didn't realize it, it strongly suggests that a large fraction of these [deaths] are due to the jabs."
While other health experts are considering potential causes of the excess mortality rates — like cold weather and longer wait times to receive health care — Malone seems to be one of the only scientists willing to call out the vaccine elephant in the room.
Researchers from Our World in Data report globally the number of excess deaths is two to four times higher than the reported number of deaths due to COVID. Excess deaths refers to the number of deaths from all causes during a crisis above and beyond what we would normally expect to see.