So if you look at the graph below and do a little mathification, you find this interesting statistical tidbit, which begs the age-old question: “How do you explain that?”
If you average the deaths in Sweden from 2011 through 2018, you get 90,913 deaths per year. If you then average the deaths from 2019 and 2020 you get 93,445 deaths pre year. You will notice that 2019 was an unusually low year for deaths (the lowest by far in this sample), which created a lot of “dried tinder” of people who “should” have died that year but didn’t and subsequently would be expected to die the next year. You can see this also in 2011/2012 (about 2,000 deaths difference) and 2014/2015 (about 2,000 deaths difference). The increase in average deaths from 2011-1018 to 2019-2020 amounts to a 2.8% increase in average deaths. 2.8%. That’s with this no masks, no lockdowns, no social distancing to speak of, kids in schools (without masks), and life pretty much as usual.
I’m just curious as to how you explain that. In the midst of this world-ending viral invasion, and NO mitigation strategies, Sweden saw less than a 3% increase in fatalities. And as of this accounting, it looks like 2021 is going to be an average year. Can anybody explain how this is possible? We have been told in NO UNCERTAIN TERMS for some 20 months that we MUST “follow the science” or we would all surely die. Did the Swedes not get the memo? Were they just too dumb to die? I went into a bit more depth on this in my post “HOW DO YOU EXPLAIN SWEDEN?” of 10/15/21 if you’re interested in more info. But this question bears repeating and repeating until the “experts” are forced to answer it; or at the very least those who actually believe they "know" something about this pandemic because Anthony Fauci told them so come to the reckoning that they really don't.
For now, you should look at this, and lots of other data, and understand that we are being lied to all the time by the “experts” and corporate media idiots. Stop listening to them, they do not have our best interests at heart. Stop living in fear of dying, because before you know it, this e-ticket ride will be over. A quote attributed to Benjamin Franklin sums it up: “Some people die at 25 and aren’t buried until 75. Don’t be one of those people. It’s a quick trip around the sun, enjoy it while you can.