Europe has officially recorded more Excess Deaths in 2022 than in 2020 & 2021 at the height of the COVID-19 Pandemic & it’s Children & Young Adults who are dyingSat 10:23 am Europe/London, 24 Sep 2022 6
Official figures provided by 29 European countries confirm there have been more excess deaths in 2022 across Europe than in 2020 at the height of the Covid-19 pandemic, as well as 2021 when a huge swathe of deaths occurred following the emergency use authorisation of the Covid-19 injections.
Unfortunately, analysis shows that the increase in 2022 is due to so many children and young adults now dying on a weekly basis.
EuroMOMO is a European mortality monitoring activity. The organisation states that its aim is to “detect and measure excess deaths related to seasonal influenza, pandemics and other public health threats”.
Official national mortality statistics are provided weekly from the 29 European countries or subnational regions in the EuroMOMO collaborative network, supported by the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO), and hosted by Statens Serum Institut, Denmark.
The Expose analysed data provided by EuroMOMO at the end of August 2022, and discovered an 8x increase in excess deaths among children aged 0 to 14 since the European Medicines Agency approved the Covid-19 injection for children.
Three weeks on from our investigation we discovered that it has forced the European Union to launch a Europe-wide investigation of its won into why so many children have died since the middle of 2021 and why they are still dying.
However, upon officially announcing this investigation, the team here at The Expose noticed that EuroMOMO had altered all of its excess deaths data for the past five years. This has artificially lowered the number of excess deaths recorded in 2022 significantly.
We’re able to prove this thanks to the Internet Archive (WayBackMachine).
The following is a snapshot of the cumulative excess deaths among children aged 0 to 14 in 2020, 2021 and 2022. This was taken from the week 33 EuroMOMO report which can now only be viewed here.
But here are the official figures provided by EuroMOMO from week 36 onwards for the same age group after they officially announced a Europe-wide investigation was being launched into excess deaths among children –
This equates to 333 fewer excess deaths than EuroMOMO recorded three to four weeks earlier.
How have they done this? By altering the baseline against which the excess deaths are recorded.
By doing this they have been able to artificially lessen the severity of the situation The Expose exclusively uncovered in respect of excess deaths among children.
However, what EuroMOMO has not been able to do by curiously altering its figures after announcing an official investigation, is hide the fact that there have been more excess deaths across Europe in 2022 so far than were during the same time period in both 2020 and 2021.
The most recent data published by EuroMOMO covers up to week 37 of 2022.
As of week 37, 2022, Europe has recorded 243,617 excess deaths.
During the same time frame in 2020 (week 0 to week 37), there were 233,737 excess deaths recorded. These were mostly labelled as Covid-19 deaths.
During the same time frame in 2021, there were 231,956 excess deaths. A large amount of these will have been labelled as Covid-19 in the winter of 2021, but the Covid-19 injections should have put a stop to both alleged Covid-19 deaths and a huge increase in excess deaths.
Unfortunately, it didn’t, and there is plenty of evidence out there to suggest it is the Covid-19 injections that are now contributing to the significant number of excess deaths still occurring week on week.
That’s because both children and young adults are now suffering a huge increase in excess deaths ever since the European Medicines Agency approved the Covid-19 injections for use in children as can be seen in the following chart (The light blue line is 2022)
Europe has now officially recorded 9,880 more excess deaths in 2022 than it recorded in 2020 at the height of the pandemic.
It has also officially recorded 11,661 more excess deaths in 2022 than it recorded in 2021, despite the fact, there was an alleged huge Covid-19 wave of deaths at the beginning of 2021.
The question is why?
Only the authorities across Europe can truly answer that because they hold all of the data.
So, after successfully forcing them to launch a Europe-wide investigation into why so many children are dying, we are now calling on the European Union and EuroMOMO to launch a Europe-wide investigation into why there have been more excess deaths following the roll-out of the Covid-19 injections than there were prior to the roll-out and during the height of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Please help us to put pressure on EuroMOMO by contacting them here.
Europe has officially recorded more Excess Deaths in 2022 than in 2020 & 2021 at the height of the COVID-19 Pandemic & it’s Children & Young Adults who are dying
That first bar chart is classic Expose. A glance makes it look like there are twice as many excess deaths in 2022 v 2020. But a more careful look tells you that the increase is 10k on 233k, ie 4%. This might be quite normal for all we know. They don’t give any historical context
To be fair then the child excess death stats seem to be more solid
These type of things are annoying Pete, and are constantly used, possibly against us. I can think of no logical reason why someone on our side would do this, or say up 500% to say it’s now 5 instead of 1. It serves no useful legitimate purpose.
I agree Ian
This behaviour on the part of Expose makes me so suspicious of them, whoever they are.
I do not trust them any longer, and read their information very carefully before I decide whether or not to post it.
It also seems like fear-mongering; their titles are written in that vein, which is why I often rewrite them for them. I don’t like to see The Tap becoming associated with slightly dodgy material.
It is also annoying the way they republish and republish the same data, sometimes just changing what they include to make it seem like it is new, or alter the title slightly.
I suspect they were not always like this; it is a trend that has developed over time as data has become available when the vaccines emerged as the ‘solution’.