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PostSubject: Population reduction: culling the elderly in time for Christmas.   Population reduction: culling the elderly in time for Christmas. I_icon_minitimeThu Nov 26, 2015 3:09 am

I don't know if you read this the same way as I..... but deaths due to 'vaccine issues' seems pretty unequivocable to me.

So they're giving the elderly flu shots and as a result flu deaths have jumped 151 percent. You don't need to be a scientist to make a connection between flu shots and increased risk of death.

Surge in winter deaths blamed on flu and vaccination issues
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The majority of excess deaths occurred in people aged 75 or over

A surge in winter deaths among the elderly last year was today blamed in part on flu and a less-than-effective vaccine for the virus.

Excess winter deaths jumped last year by 151%, official figures show, with the ma jority of deaths among those aged 75 or over

The figures, released by the Office for National Statistics, estimated that there 43,900 excess winter deaths in England and Wales between December 2014 and March 2014.

That figure is the highest since 1999/00 and the first time excess deaths have exceeded 40,000 this century.

Claudia Wells, the head of mortality statistics at the ONS, said: "While the cold temperature is a factor, most of last winter was warmer than average. A major cause behind the rise was the flu virus, with estimates showing that the flu vaccine was not as effective this winter compared to previous years."

Respiratory diseases were the underlying cause of death in more than a third of all excess winter deaths in 2014/15, with pneumonia accounting for the largest proportion of these deaths.

The figures buck a trend of decreasing winter mortality over recent decades, but the record low number of deaths in 2013/14 - 17,460 - corresponded with an exceptionally mild winter where the average temperature was 6.2C. Last winter the average temperature was 4.8C.

Excess winter mortality is the difference between the number of deaths in the four winter months, December to March, compared to the average number of deaths over the rest of the year.

Last winter also saw a record high in deaths caused by dementia and Alzheimer's disease, with 9,100 excess winter deaths recorded.

The excess winter mortality index was highest in the South West in 2014/15 and joint lowest in Yorkshire and The Humber, and Wales.

The National Pensioners Convention (NPC) called on the government to launch a new fuel poverty commission in response to the surge.

Dot Gibson, the NPC general secretary said: "Successive governments have simply ignored the problem of winter deaths amongst the older population and seem to have a policy of crossing their fingers and hoping things will improve. Today's figures show that this policy simply doesn't work."

NPC members will release one black balloon for every 1,000 people who died last winter from cold-related illnesses at six places across the country, including Westminster.

Age UK called on the Government to make energy efficiency a national infrastructure priority. Caroline Abrahams, one of the charity's directors, said: "Many countries with colder climates than ours have far better records on cold-related deaths, showing we should be doing much better than we currently are. Cold homes have life and death consequences for older people and we should be deeply ashamed of that in an affluent country like ours".

Janet Morrison, the chief executive of Independent Age, the older people's charity, urged the Government to fight fuel poverty and individuals to look after elderly relatives.

She said: "This isn't just a story about cold weather; it's a story of cold, damp and poorly insulated homes and pensioners who can't afford to pay heating bills."

"Tragically, the influenza vaccine was only effective in a third of cases last winter, which appears to have been a major factor in the rise. But even discounting the impact of the flu, the figures are still far higher than in previous years."

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PostSubject: Re: Population reduction: culling the elderly in time for Christmas.   Population reduction: culling the elderly in time for Christmas. I_icon_minitimeThu Nov 26, 2015 7:44 am

Shocking that :-( Hope it's not a controlled cull! Similar to the many thousands that died with benefits sanctions, and yet what a magnitude, so dependent on benefits that it literally kills you when stopped. I asked that if the government weren't aware that so many would perish, then what are they doing in government. And the answer, it was simply a welfare reform. Madness. But resonates well it seems with the workers of the country, a pro-active support of this government. There's no middle ground really is there. Lets be honest, these are the toughest decisions our cabinet make. 

I believe the flu strain is 'guessed' by WHO every year as to what strain is due to be manifested. And for the first time ever we are seeing germ warfare is overtaking available anti-biotics. We should consult for help from a higher place ffs!
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