Peer-Reviewed Study Shows All Cause Death Risks Higher for Vaccinated vs. Unvaccinated

Vaccine Shot
by Debra Heine


A new peer-reviewed study concludes that all cause deaths were higher for those vaccinated with one and two doses compared to the unvaccinated.

“Subjects vaccinated with two doses lost 37 percent of life expectancy compared to the unvaccinated population,” Italian researchers found. The booster doses were determined to be ineffective.

The study, titled, “A Critical Analysis of All-Cause Deaths during COVID-19 Vaccination in an Italian Province,” was conducted by Marco Alessandria, Giovanni M. Malatesta, Franco Berrino, and Alberto Donzell and published on June 30, 2024.

Alessandria etal. analyzed Italian National Healthcare System data on residents or those domiciled in the province of Pescara between January 1, 2021 and February 15, 2023.

The researchers wrote in their conclusion that “we should admit that vaccination increases the risk of death from causes other than COVID-19, or by direct damage (adverse effects), or by indirect damage e.g., to the immune system.”

“The main point of the paper is that COVID-19 vaccination did not ‘save lives’ as so many in Washington have proclaimed without evidence,” commented epidemiologist and cardiologist Dr. Peter McCullough on his Substack Courageous Discourse. “The trend was for multiple vaccine doses to increase COVID-19 mortality and there was an important signal for increased all-cause death with one or two doses.”

Last month, a COVID-19 Vaccine Injury and Autopsy preprint paper that was previously censored by Lancet, passed peer review and was published in medical journals.

The 2023 study—conducted by Dr. Peter McCullough, Dr. Harvey Risch, Dr. William Makis, Dr. Paul Alexander, Dr. Mark Trozzi, Dr. Richard Amerling, Dr. Heather Gessling, Dr. Roger Hodkinson, and epidemiologist Nicolas Hulscher— reviewed 325 autopsies of COVID vaccinees who died suddenly, and found that 74 percent of the sudden deaths were directly due to or significantly contributable to the COVID-19 shot.

Former Member of the Australian Parliament Craig Kelly opined on X that government officials who mandated the shots are “guilty of negligent manslaughter.”

“All those that have been involved in mandating these injections —your time is up,” Kelly, national director of Australia’s populist One Nation party, wrote.

“You are guilty of abusing human rights, by a direct violation of Article 6.1 of the Universal Declaration on Bioethics and Human Rights,” he added.

You either knew or should have known that this medical intervention you forced people to undergo had zero medium or long term safety data and was experimental. You either knew or should have known that this medical intervention you forced upon people did not stop infection nor transmission. And it is likely your reckless conduct, your failure to look at the evidence has caused deaths, therefore you are guilty of negligent manslaughter.

“You should pray to God for forgiveness and pack a toothbrush and clean set of underwear in a small bag and go and hand yourself in at the nearest police station,” Kelly concluded.

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Debra Heine reports for American Greatness. 






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