Australia Launches Official Inquiry in Soaring Excess Deaths

Australia has become the first nation to launch an official inquiry into the alarming spike in excess deaths that the country has suffered over the past three years.

On Tuesday, the Australian Senate voted to establish a parliamentary inquiry into the nation’s excess deaths.

The passing of the motion gives the green light to what is possibly the first inquiry of this nature in the world.

The push for the inquiry was led by Senator Ralph Babet of the conservative United Australia Party.

Over the past year, Babet has submitted five motions seeking to get the go-ahead on the inquiry.

Last March, Babet tabled two unsuccessful motions calling for an inquiry into Australia’s skyrocketing excess mortality.

This was followed by another unsuccessful motion in February of this year.

Several weeks later, his fourth motion calling for the Senate to acknowledge the need for an inquiry scraped through with a win.

The victory marked a shift in support within the Senate and paved the way for this week’s vote to finally establish an inquiry.

“Fifth time’s the charm!” said Babet in a statement after his motion passed successfully.

“This appears to be a world-first inquiry for what is a global issue.

“May this committee process give a voice to the family members of the deceased and deliver the answers that our nation so desperately needs.”

The successful motion was co-sponsored by independent Senators Jacqui Lambie and David Pocock.

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It calls for the Community Affairs References Committee to conduct an inquiry into factors contributing to excess mortality in 2021-2023.

The committee will also be required to make recommendations on how to address the contributing factors.

The vote was won 31-30 with only the Left-wing Labor Party and the radical Greens opposing the motion.

Since the Covid mRNA vaccine rollout in early 2021, the phenomenon of soaring excess all-cause mortality has become a devastating issue for nations all around the world.

However, governments have shown little interest or initiative in investigating why or what to do about it.

Like many other nations, Australia has suffered record-high excess mortality rates over the past three years.

The numbers started soaring in early 2021 and peaked at 11.7% above the expected baseline in 2022.

This number was initially touted to be as high as 15%.

Health officials and the corporate media have attempted to claim that the excess mortality was due to “Covid deaths” during the pandemic.

However, excess deaths spiked dramatically after the launch of the Covid vaccines and have continued to soar long after the pandemic ended.

The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) revised its excess death numbers with the adoption of new modeling in 2023.

Though 2023 saw fewer excess deaths, the ABS reports that the excess was “sustained” and “statistically significant” into the first half of 2023.

Figures recently released by the ABS just show the majority of 2023 deaths sitting above the baseline range.

Although, mortality did come within the baseline range during weeks 31 – 43.

In Australia, cancer remains the leading cause of death.

Cancer accounts for around a third of all deaths year on year.

The other leading causes of death are Cerebrovascular disease (which includes stroke), dementia, respiratory disease, and heart disease.

In 2022, Covid was listed as the sixth-leading cause of death, falling to eighth in 2023.

However, all-cause mortality has increased across the board.

Naturally, the virus cannot account for all of the excess mortality.

Yet, Covid vaccines have been linked to several of the top causes of death including strokes, heart disease, and cancer.

In fact, the lax criteria for attribution of deaths to Covid means that the impact of the virus on excess mortality is probably overestimated.

Initially, the ABS differentiated between deaths due to Covid alone and deaths with other causal factors.

This revealed that just 8.6% of “Covid deaths” could have been caused solely by the virus.

Additionally, an analysis of 2022 excess mortality by Australia’s peak actuarial body, the Actuaries Institute, found that around half of Australia’s “Covid deaths” were not caused by the virus.

That leaves large numbers of excess mortality unexplained.

The actuaries suggest that other factors driving Australia’s excess deaths may include: mortality displacement, undiagnosed Covid, mental health issues, and unhealthy pandemic-influenced lifestyle changes.

Note that the latter two are documented knock-on effects of Government pandemic policies.

Meanwhile, an independent excess death probe led by the Australian Medical Professionals’ Society (AMPS) highlighted the impact of the Covid mRNA shots on the soaring excess deaths.

The investigation found that the vaccination program was a significant driver of excess mortality.

One particularly interesting report featured in the AMPS inquiry was an Australian study of all-cause mortality trends conducted on the pre-Covid but post-vaccinated Queensland population.

The analysis showed that deaths started trending upwards with the Covid vaccine rollout, not Covid.

While the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) – Australia’s equivalent of the FDA – officially acknowledges only 14 deaths related to the Covid vaccines, there were over 1,020 reported deaths and over 140,000 injuries recorded in the DAEN, Australia’s safety surveillance database, as of March 12, 2024.

As underreporting is a well-known feature of such safety surveillance systems, the true extent of harm from the Covid vaccines is unknown but may be significantly higher.

In September last year, the TGA admitted that Covid shots have bossed excess deaths.

The regulator refused to say how many of the adverse events reported to the DAEN it had determined to be causally linked to the Covid vaccines.

However, the agency let slip that the TGA assigns almost all reports a causality status of “possible,” neither confirming nor denying causality.

The new government committee will also investigate other potential contributors to excess mortality such as harms arising from the pandemic response, including lockdowns, isolation, loss of employment, loss of autonomy, and increased stress.

All of these issues were raised in submissions to an inquiry into Terms of Reference for a Covid Royal Commission.

Australia’s inquiry into excess deaths will likely consider all this and more.

The Committee is expected to provide its report by August 31, 2024.

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By Frank Bergman

Frank Bergman is a political/economic journalist living on the east coast. Aside from news reporting, Bergman also conducts interviews with researchers and material experts and investigates influential individuals and organizations in the sociopolitical world.

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