Life Has a 99% Survivability Rate...

Updated: 5 days ago

...Just Like Covid!


By Aurora Freeman | BA (Hons) | PG Cert Public Health | Qualified Health Advocate


Let's Take a Closer Look

Actually 'Covid' is good deal less deadly than this tongue in cheek way of highlighting background mortality rates. Figures for England are 0.30% [MRC data] to 0.49% based on ONS data but is likely to be less than that, when detailed analysis has concluded.


The above chart shows that death rates are slightly lower than the last two years, which might surprise you given that there is supposedly a 'killer pandemic' out there. But is there?



Ignore the Bill Gates' of This World, Who Know Very Well 'How to Lie With Statistics'


Sometimes it really is just a case at looking at clean data with a mind free from bias and politicisation. Terms like:


  • Excess Deaths

  • 7 day Rolling Average

  • Relative Risk Ratio


are meaningless without the context and analysis within which their meanings are bound. Understanding the complexities of the data tsunami we find ourselves in, is difficult enough without having to factor in the politicised nature of the underpinning 'narratives' at play. I am a Research Analyst, which means that as well as research, I also have to navigate and analyse the geo-political, financial and cultural 'intelligence', embedded both, overtly and covertly within the rhetoric of the information I use.


98% of Military Intelligence is open-source. Only 2% is classified intel.

This large data pool of open source intelligence [OSINT] is where analysts spend most of their time. It's a full time job. I hold a Post Grad in Public Health and was a Fellow at the Royal Society for Public Health.



Watch the UK's Chatham House Seminar | Royal Institute of International Affairs

Here, Marc van Ranst explains how easy it is to terrify the general public by publishing ordinary death rates in an alarmist, sensationalist fashion. Most people don't check the data themselves.


Short on time? Jump to the 7.30 minute mark.


Take normal death rates and report them all day, every day! Terrifying for those that don't know any better! This is why it is so important to do our own research and decide for ourselves.


How Does This Compare Globally?

Corporal Richard Mehner, who was forced to resign over the vaccine mandate, states "at the end of 2020 I became convinced we were all being force fed a giant load of absolute bullshit. Don’t believe me? Look at world population statistics. Here’s a sample.


At the end of 2018, the world population was 7,631,091,040 and that year 57,625,149 people died. This showed an overall death rate of 0.76%. I know some of you are shocked by this, but yes, 57 million people died of all types of causes in 2018. When you reach the end of your life, you die.


At the end of 2019, the world population was 7,713,468,100 and 58,394,378 died. Naturally, because we had more people reaching the end of their lives, more people died. The death rate that year was 0.76%.


Now let’s see what 2020 brought us. The year of the pandemic.


At the end of 2020, the world population was 7,794,798,739 and 59,230,795 died. The death rate was 0.76%.


Yes. That’s right. In the year of the deadly pandemic the world’s population grew by 81,330,639 people and the death rate did not change by even a hundredth of a percent.

The media never once pulled back the lens to show this, they continued to show the narrow focus of case counts and Covid deaths. Even going so far as to change causes of death so that someone who died “with” Covid in their system was counted as someone who died “of” Covid.


The Western world shut down over a disease about as deadly as the common flu. And our rights were shut down along with it.

Despite this disease having a non existent effect on the overall death rate of the world’s population the call came out for a mass vaccination."



Further Reading


Thinking of Getting the Booster? 15 Quick Links to Help you Decide

Whether You've Had the First Jab, the Second or Been 'Boosted', it's Not Too Late!




...as always, we should do our own research and decide for ourselves!