Has anybody looked at the latest death listings and realised something?
No, but let’s guess… summer spike?
How’d I do?
Death listings are up somebody is lying their cunt off.
Got a link to latest figures for the year? rip.ie???
I think you have to do the figures yourself and it is not that complicated, Rip.Ie as far as I know was never.desigined to be used in the manner that it is now. (MISTAKE)
In my opinion this will not end without tears.
How many people normally die in Dublin in June? I see 21 pages of 40 people on r.i.p but there are quite a few duplicates I haven’t excluded
Around 2,500 people die every month on average in Ireland…
Here we are again eh. What’s the story with these duplicates. Is it a case of filing death in two areas, town of birth versus current final town of residence if different at time of death so everyone sees it?
MAY 2021 - 92 pages, let use 91 full page listing * 40 per page, giving a talk of 3,640
JUNE 2021 - 84 pages, lets make it 83 full pages * 40 listings per page, giving a tally of 3,320.
Well it’s not COVID… we’ve had only what, 55-60 of those since the cyberattack?
Duplicates do exsist in the data base of rip.ie and that is a thing however the variance* factor comes into the equation, therefore we must look at averages over a 5/7 year period and access the other complexites involved,.
Hueston WE HAVE A PROBLEM"
As a possibility of undercounting occuring, I would speculate that many of the lockdown “meta deaths” intersect with the type of people who don’t generally appear on the site anyway. I’m talking about homeless, addicts, recluses, suicides etc. There is almost a complete absence of foreign names too, which is to be expected to some extent for age demographic and cultural reasons, but given that there must be 500k+ non-Irish here, you can be certain that lots of deaths from all kinds of causes are missing.
Ok, the below table is a quick count, assuming 40 lines/entries per page, includes duplicates and finally ignoring the last result page of every period (equal to a 0-40 entries) this is why some period have identical results, a laborious tally but potentially useful tally:
Someone with the requisite skillz, could write a script to scrape and pull this data live but they have to be bothered enough TGAF - or - there is already someone doing a better job of tracking the rip.ie death notices out there, Ivor Cummings maybe?
In the cover up the real sickness appears.
Why most people who now die with Covid in England have had a vaccination
Don’t think of this as a bad sign, it’s exactly what’s expected from an effective but imperfect jab
…It could sound worrying that the majority of people dying in England with the now-dominant Delta (B.1.617.2) variant have been vaccinated. Does this mean the vaccines are ineffective? Far from it, it’s what we would expect from an effective but imperfect vaccine, a risk profile that varies hugely by age and the way the vaccines have been rolled out.
No longer safe & effective but deadly & effective.
No one alive right now has ever lived through this level of relentless and unending cybernetic manipulation and gaslighting, until now.
They want that for your children.
They want that in the bodies of your children.
They want the deadly but effective shot in the arms of your children.
When the children die.
Then it is working exactly as planned.
You have been told.
Leo Varadkar: Will the panel address allegations that the pharmaceutical industry tested vaccines on children without consent
Michael Martin: These children should not have been used for vaccination trials at all… and I think it’s unacceptable that they were
Losing French Style, soon to be in fashion here?
This is the actively more resistant demographic.
Because they are Evil. Void, soulless and Evil.
Original tweet: https://twitter.com/ZubyMusic/status/1412012537986568193
20 Things I’ve Learned (Or Had Confirmed) About Humanity
During The ‘Pandemic’ (THREAD):
1 - Most people would rather be in the majority, than be
2 - At least 20% of the population has strong authoritarian
tendencies, which will emerge under the right conditions.
3 - Fear of death is only rivalled by the fear of social
disapproval. The latter could be stronger.
4 - Propaganda is just as effective in the modern day as it
was 100 years ago. Access to limitless information has not
made the average person any wiser.
5 - Anything and everything can and will be politicised by
the media, government, and those who trust them.
6 - Many politicians and large corporations will gladly
sacrifice human lives if it is conducive to their
political and financial aspirations.
7 - Most people believe the government acts in the best
interests of the people. Even many who are vocal critics
of the government.
8 - Once they have made up their mind, most people would
rather to commit to being wrong, than admit they were
9 - Humans can be trained and conditioned quickly and
relatively easily to significantly alter their behaviours - for better or worse.
10 - When sufficiently frightened, most people will not
only accept authoritarianism, but demand it.
11 - People who are dismissed as ‘conspiracy theorists’ are
often well researched and simply ahead of the mainstream
12 - Most people value safety and security more than
freedom and liberty, even if said ‘safety’ is merely an
13 - Hedonic adaptation occurs in both directions, and once
inertia sets in, it is difficult to get people back to
14 - A significant % of people thoroughly enjoy being
15 - ‘The Science’ has evolved into a secular pseudo-
religion for millions of people in the West. This religion
has little to do with science itself.
16 - Most people care more about looking like they are
doing the right thing, rather than actually doing the
17 - Politics, the media, science, and the healthcare
industries are all corrupt, to varying degrees. Scientists
and doctors can be bought as easily as politicians.
18 - If you make people comfortable enough, they will not
revolt. You can keep millions docile as you strip their
rights, by giving them money, food, and entertainment.
19 - Modern people are overly complacent and lack vigilance
when it comes to defending their own freedoms from
20 - It’s easier to fool a person than to convince them
that they have been fooled.
21 - Most people are fairly compassionate and have good
intentions (this is good)
As a result, most people deeply struggle to understand
that some people, including our ‘leaders’, CAN have
malicious or perverse intentions (this is bad).