It’s July, 2018, and slowly, dimily, but with ever-increasing speed, the populace is realizing that technology has been weaponized against it.

“Who controls the past controls the future. Who controls the present controls the past.”

George Orwell, from “1984”, 1949

 

 

January 4, 2018 – Maternal deaths are increasing in Texas, but probably not as much as officials thought

A study published Thursday in the journal Birth attributes part, though not all, of the increase in Texas’ maternal mortality rate – which is among the highest of any state – to a statistical mirage caused by misreporting.

 

April 11, 2018 – Texas’s maternal mortality rate was unbelievably high. Now we know why.

For the past few years, Texas’s maternal mortality rate was so high it seemed unbelievable.

As it turns out, according to a study released this week it was, indeed, not to be believed.

This week, the Texas Maternal Mortality and Morbidity Task Force released a study in Obstetrics & Gynecology that found the maternal morbidity figures from 2012 — which had Texas mothers dying at rates that shocked experts and the public — were based on sloppy and erroneous data collection.

 

 

 

It’s July, 2018, and slowly, dimily, but with ever-increasing speed, the populace is realizing that technology has been weaponized against it.

The words “mystery”, “baffled” and “puzzled” are memes, used, among numerous similar variants, whenever anyone in the wholly-controlled-and-coopted Political, Academic, Scientific and Media establishments wants to lie about, well, basically anything. One of those variants is “an investitagation is needed.”

That’s why the headline of an article I’ve featured below reads “Rapid rise in mortality in England and Wales in early 2018 – an investigation is needed.

There’s a global news blackout in place surrounding the fact that technology is driving unprecedented increases in suicide and mortality around the world. That’s because the first rule of politics is “Deny, Deny, Deny.”

That’s why the article we’re discussing says “No official explanation from government health officials for this sharp rise in mortality has been forthcoming.”

They hedge by successively using the general terms “rapid” and “sharp” to describe a see-the-needle-moving 12.4% increase. In one year. As you may recall, generality is a hallmark of propaganda.

Despite the silence of the folks in charge on the matter, if you’d like to maintain current programming levels, you can affirm the excuses given later in the article, which include “global warming didn’t do it”:

Many hospitals were already at, or beyond, their safe working levels, even though the weather was warmer than normal so any surge in demand was not due to unusually cold conditions. Another suggestion has been that the main reason for there being so much demand was a rise in influenza.”

If you are comfortable that influenza is driving the increase in overall mortality in the U.K., you’ll need to be a bit more gymnastic to explain to yourself that infants there are also dying with increasing frequency, because of a bunch of other things other than influenza:

Obesity, poverty, smoking and a shortage of midwives could all be factors, say health professionals.

Disturbing” is a meme similar to “mystery”, “baffled” and “puzzled”. That’s why the article I pulled that from goes on to say:

More babies are dying within a year of being born, in a “disturbing reversal” of several decades of the NHS’s success in reducing infant mortality

Back in the U.S., it’s everything-but-the-kitchen-sink time for them: “Night owls have a 10% increase in mortality risk, study says.”

Using a technique similar to that found in Climate Science, we can see them cook the books, using their control of the entire establishment to literally change the past:

This week, the Texas Maternal Mortality and Morbidity Task Force released a study in Obstetrics & Gynecology that found the maternal morbidity figures from 2012 — which had Texas mothers dying at rates that shocked experts and the public — were based on sloppy and erroneous data collection.

While having media organs wholly-controlled in lockstep around the globe might at first seem like an impressive achievement, I personally don’t think it changes things, tactically, and I believe that the folks using lies and propaganda to protect their completely amoral position is only going to bring them to their now-certain demise even more quickly.

You’ll need to use your personal discernment to come to your own conclusions on the matter.

Thanks for reading this. If you concur with my assessment, I would urge you to do what you can to spread awareness of this situation, and to raise the level of health and vitality on the planet.

I think we’re going to win this thing, and I think we’re close to doing so.

Remember, when the school of fish, the flock of birds turns, they do so apparently as one.

 

 

 

January 4, 2018 – Maternal deaths are increasing in Texas, but probably not as much as officials thought

A study published Thursday in the journal Birth attributes part, though not all, of the increase in Texas’ maternal mortality rate – which is among the highest of any state – to a statistical mirage caused by misreporting.

 

March 14, 2018 – Concern at rising infant mortality rate in England and Wales

Obesity, poverty, smoking and a shortage of midwives could all be factors, say health professionals.

More babies are dying within a year of being born, in a “disturbing reversal” of several decades of the NHS’s success in reducing infant mortality. Health professionals, charities and midwives voiced serious concern at the trend in England and Wales, which was confirmed in data published by the Office for National Statistics.

The rate rose from 2.6 neonatal deaths per 1,000 births in 2015 to 2.7 for every 1,000 births in 2016. Smoking among mothers, maternal obesity, poverty and the England-wide shortage of midwives were all cited as potential explanations for the rise.

(Did you notice that they gave you the numbers, but carefully hedged by witholding the percentage increase between them? So I had to do the math. That’s a 4% increase. – ed)

The infant mortality rate, showing deaths within the first year of a child’s life, also rose, from 3.7 to 3.8 per 1,000 live births over the same period. There is particular concern that both have risen for the second year in a row after years of steady improvement.

(Did you notice that they gave you the numbers, but once again carefully hedged by witholding the percentage increase between them? So I had to do the math. That’s a 3% increase. – ed)

 

March 15, 2018 – Rapid rise in mortality in England and Wales in early 2018 – an investigation is needed

In the first seven weeks of 2018, over 10,000 (12.4%) more people died in England and Wales than was usual for the time of year. No official explanation from government health officials for this sharp rise in mortality has been forthcoming.

(Did you notice that they carefully hedged by using the general term “rapid” in the headline, and “buried” the statistic, a see-the-needle-moving 12.4% increase, below – ed)

It became crystal clear in early 2018 that the health and social care system was not coping with the demands being placed upon it. On January 2, in an unprecedented step by the NHS, thousands of non-urgent operations were cancelled. Many hospitals were already at, or beyond, their safe working levels, even though the weather was warmer than normal so any surge in demand was not due to unusually cold conditions. Another suggestion has been that the main reason for there being so much demand was a rise in influenza.

 

April 11, 2018 – Texas’s maternal mortality rate was unbelievably high. Now we know why.

For the past few years, Texas’s maternal mortality rate was so high it seemed unbelievable.

As it turns out, according to a study released this week it was, indeed, not to be believed.

This week, the Texas Maternal Mortality and Morbidity Task Force released a study in Obstetrics & Gynecology that found the maternal morbidity figures from 2012 — which had Texas mothers dying at rates that shocked experts and the public — were based on sloppy and erroneous data collection.

 

April 13, 2018 – Night owls have a 10% increase in mortality risk, study says – CNN

 

May 10, 2018 – Maternal mortality is rising in America but falling in our peer nations

 

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