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2020 UK Spike in Deaths Wrongly Attributed to COVID-19 Says Major New Study

It was used as unquestionable proof that Covid-19 was a deadly virus, a devastating pneumonia that was killing the frail and elderly in huge numbers during April 2020, but, shockingly, researchers claim that the huge spike in deaths was wrongly attributed to the SARS-CoV-2 virus and was actually due to the widespread misuse of Midazolam injections.

A major re-analysis of Excess Deaths in the United Kingdom concludes that Midazolam and Euthanasia was really what killed the elderly and vulnerable in April 2020, administered by the very clinicians charged with looking after them.

Excess Deaths in the United Kingdom: Midazolam and Euthanasia in the COVID-19


Author Dr Wilson Sy, Director, Investment Analytics Research, Australia.


Macro-data during the COVID-19 pandemic in the United Kingdom (UK) are shown to have significant data anomalies and inconsistencies with existing explanations. This paper shows that the UK spike in deaths, wrongly attributed to COVID-19 in April 2020, was not due to SARS-CoV-2 virus, which was largely absent, but was due to the widespread use of Midazolam injections which were statistically very highly correlated (coefficient over 90 percent) with excess deaths in all regions of England during 2020.

Importantly, excess deaths remained elevated following mass vaccination in 2021, but were statistically uncorrelated to COVID injections, while remaining significantly correlated to Midazolam injections.

The widespread and persistent use of Midazolam in UK suggests a possible policy of systemic euthanasia.

Unlike Australia, where assessing the statistical impact of COVID injections on excess deaths is relatively straightforward, UK excess deaths were closely associated with the use of Midazolam and other medical intervention. The iatrogenic pandemic in the UK was caused by euthanasia deaths from Midazolam and also, likely caused by COVID injections, but their relative impacts are difficult to measure from the data, due to causal proximity of euthanasia. Global investigations of COVID-19 epidemiology, based only on the relative impacts of COVID disease and vaccination, may be inaccurate, due to the neglect of significant confounding factors in some countries.

The extraordinary spike in UK excess deaths in April 2020 was not. due to the SARS-CoV-2 virus, because there were relatively few. infections and there was no “high consequence infectious disease”, as officially declared in March 2020.

The UK COVID-19 pandemic was iatrogenic, created with widespread and persistent use of Midazolam injections in all regions of England, particularly in care homes, under a systemic

policy of euthanasia. The nature of the euthanasia needs further investigation.

Statistically, Midazolam injections were highly correlated with UK excess deaths throughout the pandemic, overwhelming COVID-19 disease or vaccination as other possible explanations for excess.

Midazolam was the common proximal cause of excess deaths in the pandemic, but there were likely many other primary causes including comorbidities, infections and vaccination. The data available  are  not  sufficient  to  measure  the  precise  impact  of vaccination on excess deaths.
Vaccination was unlikely to have saved many, if any, lives because the unreliable early data grossly exaggerated COVID deaths, inflating  the extent of the SARS-CoV-2 threat which was
subsequently assumed and projected in computer models which created illusory benefits.

Most global investigations of COVID-19 epidemiology, only based on the relative impacts of COVID disease and vaccination, are probably inaccurate, because their assumptions are generally. false  due  to  the  significant  presence  of  confounding  factors in some countries, such as the UK.

The author has no financial or political conflict and is not funded by external sources.

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Nuremburg 2.0 can't come soon enough.

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