Abrien Aguirre is a healthcare worker in Oahu, Hawaii who risked his job to tell the truth about what is happening inside two of Oahu’s largest nursing homes. He was fired for speaking out. He knew 32 people killed by the jab but no one who died due to COVID itself. So if the vaccine is so beneficial for the elderly, how does anyone explain this? The nursing homes are silent about this. In this video, Abrien takes an hour to tell you what is really going on.
“Ku’ia kahele aka na’au ha’aha’a” (“A Humble Person Walks Carefully So As Not To Hurt Others.”) -Hawaiian proverb
I’ve traveled twice to Hawaii, and spent time on different islands between the two trips. It must be one of the most beautiful lands on the planet.
COVID-19 in Hawaii and Island Nations
On the whole, COVID-19 hasn’t hit island nations particularly hard. The per capita mortality of Oceana, Japan, Iceland, Madagascar, New Zealand, and many other island nations has been a tiny fraction of that of the rest of the world. So too were the death rates in Sri Lanka and Indonesia…prior to mass vaccination.
Nor have nations along Hawaii’s tropical latitude fared poorly during the pandemic. At around 21 degrees North, Hawaii shares similar sunlight with nations such as India, Vietnam, Saudi Arabia, Niger, Mali, Cuba, and the Bahamas that have had far lower COVID-19 mortality rates than the world.
Despite all this, and a lot of beautiful land (only 0.1% of SARS-CoV-2 spread seems to occur in outdoor settings), Hawaii’s COVID deaths per million residents stands at 474, just barely below the world average of 591. Something doesn’t quite seem right about this. Suppose that vaccine deaths are being counted as COVID-19 deaths in the U.S., then we should expect to see an exaggerated effect in the Hawaii data above all. And we do!
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Continue reading Mathew Crawford’s piece =====>Estimating Vaccine-Induced Mortality, Part 6: Hawaii in Isolation | Rounding The Earth Newsletter<=====