Boosters drive infections and excess deaths
The next wave will peak in early February of 2023
Update December 21st 2022
This was released tomorrow, December 22nd 2022. The vaccines seem to be inducing immune tolerance after repeated administration which explains the findings presented in this article.
Based on the autumn booster campaign I anticipate a large COVID-19 wave that will peak in the first or second week of February 2023.
Every COVID-19 wave is associated with a lasting rise in mortality. I anticipate German excess mortality to continue it’s upward trend and peak around the last week of February.
If any of your loved ones received a booster this fall, they’d be well-advised not to catch the infection because coagulative complications increase with every day the body was exposed to spike protein.
I find it hard to believe for an antigene to be administered to a patient without having any impact on immunity. Since even fact checkers barely deny the vaccines’ lack of protection from infection, I can only assume that they increase susceptibility.
I therefore looked at the data for booster doses and new cases supplied by Bill Gates’ and Susanne Klatten’s project Our World in Data (no links to sites owned by fascist
pigs EDIT: Apologies, pigs).
To understand the impact of COVID-19 waves on mortality and to see what all the fuzz is about I decided to also look at German excess mortality, taking into consideration existing trends in mortality attributed to our ageing population. I used a simple graphical approach with nearly no math involved to display mortality and excess mortality for the years from 2000 through 2022.
Since we will find out, that the fuzz is entirely justified, we will be looking at excess mortality first and then see how “boosters” relate to cases and cases to excess mortality.
First we look at the total mortality in Germany as supplied by destatis.
We can clearly see a trend throughout the entire timespan. This is due to the German population’s rising average age. In order to be able to compare all these years to each other, we are going to subtract the trend line from the mortality.
We will also smooth the results to receive a picture that is easier on the eyes and easier to interpret.
We can already see that our smoothed mortality does not touch the trendline anymore in summer 2022.
We can also see that there is a seasonality to dying which we are going to describe and then subtract from the mortality of every single year in order to visualize episodes of unusually high or unusually low mortality.
For this we look at the mortality of each calendar week 1-52, where years with 53 weeks are horizontally stretched to 52 weeks, and calculate the median number of deaths of the middle 7 years by number of deaths for every calendar week. The result can be seen below.
Something is off in 2022. Don’t concern yourself with the absolute numbers. Just look at the pattern. There is a constant rise in excess mortality throughout the entire year and several distinct waves can be seen. Here is a bigger image of the interesting portion:
So that’s it for excess mortality. There is clearly something very unusual going on in Germany.
Boosters / Cases
I first plotted new cases and boosters onto the same chart.
In case you don’t notice what is going on here:
If my assumption that boosters are driving these “waves”, then there should be a very large wave of infections starting in early December and peaking in the first or second week of February:
I noticed it seems to take less and less boosters for cases to rise 13 weeks later. From this I extrapolate that the next wave could surpass the last winter wave in number of cases. It will at least be twice as high as the last COVID-19 wave, since twice the number of boosters were administered.
Cases / Excess Deaths
Case waves precede excess death waves by 2-3 weeks. We use our case estimate to take a wild guess at the excess deaths we will be seeing.
I estimate a wave of death in Germany during late February that is bigger than the one we saw in late 2021 and possibly even bigger than the one we saw in late 2020.
I hope I am wrong, but here is my interpretation of what is happening:
There is an episode of increased susceptibility to catch an infection roughly 13 weeks after each booster dose
Every second a person is exposed to spike protein, the likelihood of suffering vascular inflammatory and coagulative complications either from the next vaccine dose or from the next infection increases
The injections cause adaptive processes both in the immune system and in the virus. The resulting variants are particularly dangerous for those who have been vaccinated. This effect will increase in magnitude with every dose and particularly every adapted sequence that has been administered.