German Study Finds Covid Vaccine Has ‘No Beneficial Effects’ While Massively Increasing Excess Deaths

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German Study Finds Covid Vaccine Has ‘No Beneficial Effects’ While Massively Increasing Excess Deaths

A bombshell new study from Germany has revealed that the Covid-19 mRNA vaccines have produced “no beneficial effects” at the community level, while finding that “the more vaccinations were administered in a federal state, the greater the increase in excess mortality.”

In other words, the vaccines did the exact opposite of what we were told they would and states with higher vaccination rates are suffering the most death.

The pre-print paper for the study is titled “Differential Increases in Excess Mortality in the German Federal States During the COVID-19 Pandemic” and was conducted by Christof Kuhbandner, PhD, Professor of Psychology at the University of Regensburg in Germany, and mathematician Prof. Matthias Reitzner at Osnabrück University.

The groundbreaking study found that contrary to what would be expected with an effective vaccination, positive instead of negative correlations were observed: the more vaccinations were administered in a federal state, the greater the increase in excess mortality.

The groundbreaking study found that contrary to what would be expected with an effective vaccination, positive instead of negative correlations were observed: the more vaccinations were administered in a federal state, the greater the increase in excess mortality.

This correlational finding is in line with previous correlational findings in the temporal domain, showing that excess mortality was highest during the months with a high number of vaccinations.

COVID-19 related correlation results. (A) shows the relationship between the relative excess mortality and the relative number of COVID-19 deaths (in relation to the number of expected deaths) for each federal state in the first (blue dots), second (orange dots), and third (red dots) pandemic years.
COVID-19 related correlation results. (A) shows the relationship between the relative excess mortality and the relative number of COVID-19 deaths (in relation to the number of expected deaths) for each federal state in the first (blue dots), second (orange dots), and third (red dots) pandemic years.

The fact that particularly high excess mortality occurs both in regions and in time windows in which many vaccinations took place provide strong correlational evidence that the vaccinations may have had a negative effect instead of a positive effect.

Increase in Excess Mortality and Vaccinations. The increase in excess mortality from the first to the second and third pandemic years in percentage points in the individual federal states is shown as a function of the vaccination rate in a federal state.
Increase in Excess Mortality and Vaccinations. The increase in excess mortality from the first to the second and third pandemic years in percentage points in the individual federal states is shown as a function of the vaccination rate in a federal state.

These findings support recent concerns about the Covid-19 vaccinations, and substantiate the suspicion that the negative side effects of the vaccination may possibly outweigh the positive effects.