Covid was not
a deadly pandemic
An Inquiry into the drivers of excess deaths
The destructive Covid interventions, which were portrayed as necessary to defend against a novel deadly pathogen, were mostly unnecessary and the likely cause of significant and ongoing excess deaths.
The importance of this understanding cannot be overstated, as many new policies are currently being developed based on the supposed success of the Covid-19 interventions.
PANDA has investigated the Covid-19 event from a variety of angles challenging the attribution of Covid to excess deaths, as well as the claims that lockdowns and vaccines saved millions of lives.
Did the Covid case and death numbers on the Diamond Princess cruise ship add up to a “novel deadly virus” that required “shutting down the world”?
An estimate in the Lancet that Covid-19 vaccinations prevented 14.4 million deaths is so impossibly high that the error should have been recognised.
This article digs a little deeper into the vaccination data to see how many lives the Covid vaccines saved.
One goal of databases such as VAERS is to eliminate background ‘noise’ from random events. What percentage of the reports can be linked to the Covid injections?
We take a step back and address the central theme of the Covid-era narrative: that SARS-CoV-2 is a novel virus that is so deadly that drastic measures were needed to contain it.
It is arguable that the world has yet to feel the full effects of the lockdowns that were imposed on us. Should lockdowns be a pandemic policy instrument?
A reassessment of the available evidence suggests another factor was involved.
Contemplating the significance of the Covid-19 missteps is not only essential to unravelling the extent of avoidable damages done during the past three years, but it can help us avoid more heavy-handed, top-down technocratic interventions in future.
After three and a half years of unbridled and myopic media coverage of a single disease, coupled with unprecedented availability of data on that disease, it is appropriate to ask if any world-wide patterns of interest have surfaced concerning Covid mortality.
BY THOMAS VERDUYN, JONATHAN ENGLER, TODD KENYON
11 OCTOBER 2023