All deaths with possible links to C19 vaccines must be reported to a coroner
We in Ireland are very short on honest journalism. Thankfully we have Louise Roseingrave and Aisling O Laughlin and Tom Walsh who are leading the way out of darkness into light.
Echo that about those leading the way with some integrity in their reporting. Re the table in the article it would be good if this was also expressed on a per capita basis if that info is available. How have the relative populations changed in each county since 2019 for example. ? Mortality percentages should be related to population. eg Donegal near the bottom has less population than (say) Co Waterford. Same for Cavan and Monaghan.
I don’t think it’s a coincidence that the highest covid vaccinated county Waterford now has the highest excess deaths and the lowest covid vaccinated county Donegal has the lowest excess deaths. They didn’t want control groups, they didn’t want us to be able to highlight comparisons, they’ve done their best to avoid having useable data but the truth always finds a way out, the dots are joined, the picture is clear and still many people don’t want to see it. Thanks Louise for again highlighting what’s going on.
Whilst there seems to be a protocol in place for those who are suspected of losing their lives from the jab, there is no such protocol on place for those who are injured from the jab. Gross negligence by the Government. May those who died during this period for whatever reason, rest in peace. 🙏
Well done, Louise. Excellent reporting, as usual.
Brilliant piece Louise, Well done.
Well done Louise. It is intriguing that Waterford which was noted to have the highest case rate during a period in 2021 now has the highest excess mortality. I commend Denis Cusack on publishing a protocol for suspicious deaths but he declines to include the need for immunohistochemistry for spike protein as per Prof Arne Burkhardt's protocol which I shared with him via email almost a year ago. Perhaps he is being coy and considering under his "toxicology" heading?