Iceland: 30% more deaths in the first quarter of 2022 and almost doubling of still­births and infant deaths in 2021

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By JÖRG WOLLSCHLÄGER | In the small North Atlantic island nation of just over 360,000 people, 28 per cent more islanders died in 2022 between January and March than in the 1st quarter average of the previous five years. That was 760 people. In the afore­men­tioned 5‑year period, the average was 592 in the first quarter. The abso­lute numbers ranged from a minimum of 560 to a maximum of 620 deceased.


In Iceland, there was a 30% increase in deaths in the first quarter of 2022 compared to the first quarter of 2021! In the previous months from December 2021 onwards, the so-called „booster vacci­na­tions“ were admi­nis­tered mainly to frigh­tened senior citi­zens. It is not only the elderly who are seeing a seemingly inex­pli­cable rise in deaths, but also the unborn and infants, where the numbers have been rising sharply since the spring 2021 vacci­na­tion campaign.

The Icelandic chief epide­mio­lo­gist Thorolfur Gudnason explains this with Covid deaths, but in the statis­tics only 64 of them are counted as Covid deceased. These figures must be ques­tioned in them­selves, since probably, as in most other regions of the world, those „on or with“ Covid-19 were counted indis­cri­mi­na­tely as Covid deaths. Nevert­heless, there remains an unex­plained excess morta­lity of over 100 deaths if the 5‑year average is taken as a compa­rison. The majo­rity of the dead were over 70 years old. In December 2021 and January 2022, over a third of the popu­la­tion received a third „vacci­na­tion“, also called a booster, prima­rily middle-aged and elderly people. Two died imme­dia­tely after recei­ving mRNA Covid-19 vacci­na­tion. It is not clear how many people in total are suffe­ring from possible side effects of the vacci­na­tions, as here too, analogous to the rest of the world, under-reporting is to be assumed.

Still­births almost double

In the pandemic year of 2020, there was no increase compared to the last 10 years, 28 children died as miscar­ri­ages or before reaching the age of one. Between 2011–2020, there was an average of 5.9 miscar­ri­ages and deceased babies per 1000 live births per year. In 2021, there were almost twice as many, at 10.7 per 1000 births. The vacci­na­tion campaign started in Iceland at the begin­ning of 2021 and reached a coverage rate of 70 per cent „fully“ vacci­nated on 15 July. Accor­ding to the autho­ri­ties (Statis­tics Iceland), 11 cases of „damaged“ foet­uses have been reported in Iceland up to April 2021. What causes the amniotic damage, still­births and infant deaths? (Source: Frettin)

Main­stream: „unex­plained“ deaths

The main­stream relies on two sources (as of 29 April 2022) to promote vacci­na­tion for pregnant women as safe: a study that came out in June 2021, it was so poorly desi­gned that its conclu­sions are not valid, accor­ding to Children’s Health Defence. Another, commis­sioned by the US Centers for Disease Control (CDC), is flawed. In it, the conclu­sion and the data basis do not match. For example, the figures actually show that covid vacci­na­tions increase the likeli­hood of prema­ture births. There are also two other serious criti­cisms related to the study design. These publi­ca­tions are also contra­dicted by an Israeli study from February 2022, authored by Joesh Guetzkow of the Hebrew Univer­sity in Jeru­salem, which suggests a 34 per cent increased risk of miscar­riage in vacci­nated mothers! The main­stream, its „fact checkers“ and the „govern­ment scien­tists“ who are depen­dent on poli­tics and the phar­maceu­tical compa­nies are not swayed by this. All kinds of vacci­na­tions, inclu­ding the Covid-19 mRNA vacci­na­tion, are promoted, espe­ci­ally for pregnant women, because the foetus gains immu­nity. How is this obvious danger to foet­uses and infants caused?

Breast milk contains immu­no­glo­bulin A (anti­bo­dies) and spike proteins and mRNA of the vaccine after vaccination.

Breast milk from vacci­nated pregnant women contains immu­no­glo­bulin A (IGA) against the Sars-Cov-19 virus at usual concen­tra­tions. The same study (preprint), published in October 2021 (BNT162b2 vacci­na­tion induces SARS-CoV‑2 specific anti­body secre­tion into human milk with minimal transfer of vaccine mRNA), also demons­trated that spike proteins and vaccine mRNA are present in breast milk at low concen­tra­tions. The so-called placental barrier (syncy­tio­tro­phob­last) serves as a protec­tive barrier for the growing embryo and foetus against poten­ti­ally harmful influences from the mate­rnal blood­stream such as patho­gens. It has been shown that this barrier can be crossed by anti­bo­dies and BNT162b2-Pfizer mRNA (Effi­cient mate­rnal to neonatal transfer of anti­bo­dies against SARS-CoV‑2 and BNT162b2 mRNA COVID-19 vaccine). The foetus or infant, if its mother is vacci­nated, is ther­e­fore exposed to the dangers of vaccine-related health damage in the same way as she is!


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