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July 5, 2024 | Study: Vaccines had “NO Beneficial Effects”

Martin Armstrong

Martin Arthur Armstrong is current chairman and founder of Armstrong Economics. He is best known for his economic predictions based on the Economic Confidence Model, which he developed.



YouTube recently removed an interview I participated in with Palisades Radio for mentioning this study. I have posted the video on Rumble at the bottom of this article and it can also be found on X and Spotify“Differential Increases in Excess Mortality in the German Federal States During the COVID-19 Pandemic”conducted by Christof Kuhbandner, PhD, Professor of Psychology at the University of Regensburg in Bavaria Germany, and mathematician Prof. Matthias Reitzner at Osnabrück University, found that COVID-19 vaccines had “no beneficial effects” but did increase the mortality rate.

Why are we prohibited from sharing scientific studies that dispel the COVID narrative? This group of German scientists found that excess mortality rates peaked alongside the months with the highest rate of vaccinations. “Given the surprising finding that a significant excess mortality only begins to appear in 2021, which then doubles in the following year 2022, the question arises which factors might be related with this sudden and strong increase in mortality long after the start of the pandemic,” the study noted.

“In fact, such a research strategy has already been used in a previous study where it has been examined whether the excess mortality observed in the different German federal states in the second half of 2021 varies with the COVID-19 vaccination rate in a federal state (Thum [32]). According to the results of this study, a significant negative correlation was observed, that is, theh igher the vaccination rate in a federal state, the lower the excess mortality, a finding that was interpreted in several media as evidence of the effectiveness of the vaccinations,” the paper later reads.

Areas with fewer vaccinations experienced fewer deaths. The virus itself had spread everywhere. We were told that the vaccine was the only method to prevent transmission and infection, only to be later told that the vaccine could do neither. The researchers found that vaccines and the virus itself were the only two variables to account for excess mortality over 2020-2022.

“The results of the correlation analysis show a very clear and simple picture: There are only two variables that are systematically related to excess mortality: COVID-19 and the vaccination rate. The fact that the vaccination rate in the second year of the pandemic is already highly negatively correlated with excess mortality as well as with the reported number of COVID-19 deaths and infections in the first year of the pandemic clearly shows that the less a federal state was affected by COVID in the first pandemic year, the more vaccinations were administered. The fact that this negative correlation suddenly reverses in the third year of the pandemic clearly shows that a new factor must have suddenly emerged that drove up excess mortality and the number of COVID deaths and infections in the federal states that were initially least affected by COVID-19.”

Additional funding is warranted to determine if the COVID-19 vaccine did, in fact, cause more deaths than the actual virus. Numerous studiespoint to this same correlation but are buried as disinformation. Imagine if the public knew that their governments permitted, if not forced, them to inject their families with a lethal poison. All confidence in governments utterly collapsed due to the pandemic, but trust continues to plummet as the truthbehind the pandemic is slowly peeled back layer by layer.


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July 5th, 2024

Posted In: Armstrong Economics

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