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BBC accused of ‘gaslighting UK public’ over excess death reporting

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Double-jabbed tech millionaire-turned anti-mRNA campaigner Steve Kirsch accused the British state-controlled broadcaster of gaslighting the UK public.

Kirsch called out a BBC report from 10 January about the UK excess death rate. According to the BBC article, there were 9% more deaths in 2022 than there were in 2019. The State broadcaster claimed this was due to a ‘crisis in the NHS.’ The article noted that the biggest jump in excess deaths was seen in men aged 50-64 – and these were mainly caused by heart problems which were unattended to or neglected, especially during the lockdown periods.

Furthermore, according to the BBC, there was no evidence of a vaccine link to the excess death rate:

‘Figures up to June 2022 looking at deaths from all causes show unvaccinated people were more likely to die than vaccinated people.

‘While this data on its own can’t tell us it’s the vaccine protecting people from dying – there are too many complicating factors – if vaccines were driving excess deaths we would expect this to be the other way around.’

According to Kirsch the BBC’s claims were false and ‘the data didn’t show that at all.’

He said there were five ways to prove he was right.

1 – ONS Data

The Office for National Statistics (ONS) data showed that by April 2022, in every age range, the vaccinated were dying at a higher rate than the unvaccinated. This is why the UK government stopped reporting these statistics because the numbers were showing that the shots were killing people.

2 – The Fenton/Neil Analysis

UK Professors Fenton and Neil showed that the only thing that correlated to the rise in excess deaths was the vaccine.

3 – Annotated Worldwide Death Records

These records show that more than 15% of vaccinated deaths were associated with symptoms of the vaccine – ie. those that started shortly after or consistent with vaccine injury.

4 – The Cleveland Clinic Study

This study, ‘shows that the more vaccines you get, the more likely you are to get COVID. This is because each dose of the vaccine reduces your overall immunity to everything, especially cancer. That’s the opposite of what the government told you. They lied about that too.’

5 – Your own experience

Kisrch writes:

‘Think about all the people you know who died in 2022. Collaborate with friends you trust. You’ll find that all the “unusual” deaths were among the vaccinated and associated with the vaccine. You will find a very high percentage of vaccine injured.’

Million dollar challenge

Kirsch challenged the BBC to front up to a debate with him in which he was prepared to wager US $1 million on the question of whether the excess deaths were related to the vaccine.

‘Not even people who work at the BBC will take my bet. It’s really sad when the employees of the BBC recognize that the BBC is just a government propaganda operation.

‘The bottom line is this: the BBC is happy to sacrifice your life on these vaccines, but they are not going to risk losing their money on challenging me.

‘Their money is way more important than your life. And that’s just the way it is.’

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  1. Steve Kirsch go for it. If one man can square up the BBC and indeed its colonial minions, like the Platform here in NZ, Then imagine what we can do collectively.

    And if DTNZ can front up to the NZ msm under extraordinary duress, then imaging what it can do as Labour is flushed down the toilet? National, Luxton. Take note.

  2. The BBC are evil lying scumbags.

    I stopped watching it when their scamdemic propaganda started three years ago, I will never watch their malevolent disinformation ever again.


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