February 28, 2021
Lies about the magnitude of this pandemic
ARTICLE IN THE AUSTRALIAN ON 30 DECEMBER 2020
This article by Sanjeev Sabhlok in The Australian on 30 December 2020 summarises the nature of the lies regarding the magnitude of the pandemic. They said this was the Spanish flu. It is at worst in the range of a little Hong Kong flu.
Source of data for the article in The Australian, below:
I've updated the spreadsheet at: https://t.co/6bnPgw75xX
— Sanjeev Sabhlok (@sabhlok) December 28, 2020
Source of the data that I’m using to estimate scaled up pandemic deaths today for Spanish, Asian and Hong Kong flu
Here is Nobel Prize winner Levitt’s latest estimate for Sweden’s excess deaths = 3k. Models said Sweden would have 100k excess deaths by June 2020. The Australian governments have lied through their teeth to the Australian people.
Sweden’s population-adjusted 2020 all-cause mortality was the same as 2012.
Headline you will never see:
“Sweden’s Catastrophic Covid Response Leads to Worst Death Toll in EIGHT YEARS!” pic.twitter.com/ewdG4LZZJz
— Team Sweden (@SwedenTeam) January 18, 2021
Sweden: Extremely low deaths in 2019 contributed to higher deaths in 2020. Still, 2020 looks alot like previous years. Without unscientific, inhuman lockdowns, schoolclosures and harmfull mandatory masks. @dockaurG @indepdubnrth @Thomas_Binder pic.twitter.com/t0ATNSPoPe
— Nils Littorin (@Nils_Littorin) February 24, 2021
The strict lockdown in the UK🇬🇧 was so effective that it stopped the spread of Covid in Sweden🇸🇪 as well 💪 pic.twitter.com/M12KVBibw5
— Dr. Eli David (@DrEliDavid) February 17, 2021
A single chart can say so much. This one tells the story of how overblown models stoked a mania, how lockdown benefits were overestimated & how much the media have misrepresented reality. Orange is what they feared if Sweden didn't lock down, blue is what happened when it didn't. pic.twitter.com/zyVRHRD0aO
— Nick Hudson (@NickHudsonCT) February 17, 2021
Thanks for persistence
“Excess Deaths in Sweden 2020 using from 1 to 5 previous years & 3 averaging schemes vary from 1,347 to 8,680.”https://t.co/CFi8n37ju2
I favor age-adjusting & 2017-19; you favor your scheme.
What is your total Sweden excess death in 2020?
Mine is 3,000. https://t.co/Ot8freHZaH pic.twitter.com/VWm4x9CdwH
— Michael Levitt (@MLevitt_NP2013) February 24, 2021
Latest update with some new incoming lag data… pic.twitter.com/ltjzyaTEj7
— Johan Hellström 🇸🇪 (@jhnhellstrom) January 18, 2021
The 2020 dry-tinder effect is most visibly seen in Sweden, which has a small, homologous elderly population.
Age 65+ in Jan-Feb and Jul-Oct had the lowest mortality rates out of any year from 2015-2020 (slightly lower the extremely low 2019) and highest in Mar-Jun and Nov-Dec pic.twitter.com/Lrhp7lbp32
— Teddy Petrou (@TedPetrou) February 4, 2021
I like your representation of reported COVID19 deaths. Age-adjusted excess death in all 2020 & start of 2021 makes success of Sweden even clearer: only Hawaii is better. Israel good too.
In US, NYC is worst, followed by states NY, MS, NJ, AZ & AL. Both FL & CA better than USA. https://t.co/Lp5ijQoTRL pic.twitter.com/MuzRg4fPzp
— Michael Levitt (@MLevitt_NP2013) March 7, 2021
Increase in Australias death through 2019 was similar to Sweden in 2020. pic.twitter.com/TrxsoaT6RP
— John Doe (@JohnDoe22458241) March 18, 2021
Also see: Final Report on Swedish Mortality 2020, Anno Covidius
🇸🇪 Age standardised mortality rates comparing 2014-2020 using final figures, a first chart👇🏽. 2020 similar to year 2015. pic.twitter.com/m4Fvun9jiQ
— Harold (@HaroldofWorld) February 22, 2021
Respiratory virus periods are better pic.twitter.com/SvZlUS41O0
— Martín (@Martn37492668) March 24, 2021