CV #60: Virus Deaths Pale In Comparison To Other Preventable Causes (BC)

8 months into a “pandemic” the BC Government has recorded some 204 deaths in the Province. Setting aside the issue of death count inflation, there are other preventable problems that kill more people.
https://www2.gov.bc.ca/gov/content/life-events/death/coroners-service/statistical-reports?keyword=deaths
http://www.bccdc.ca/health-info/diseases-conditions/covid-19/data

1. Other Articles On CV “Planned-emic”

The rest of the series is here. There are many: lies, lobbying, conflicts of interest, and various globalist agendas operating behind the scenes, and much more than most people realize. For examples: The Gates Foundation finances many things, including, the World Health Organization, the Center for Disease Control, GAVI, ID2020, John Hopkins University, Imperial College London, the Pirbright Institute, and individual pharmaceutical companies. It’s also worth mentioning that there is little to no science behind what our officials are doing, though they promote all kinds of degenerate behaviour. Also, the Australian Department of Health admits the PCR tests don’t work, and the US CDC admits testing is heavily flawed.

2. Motor Vehicle Accidents In BC

bc.motor.vehicle.death.totals.per.year

YEAR TYPE # OF DEATHS
2008 MVA 377
2009 MVA 390
2010 MVA 383
2011 MVA 311
2012 MVA 291
2013 MVA 287
2014 MVA 306
2015 MVA 304
2016 MVA 320
2017 MVA 299
2018 MVA 314

3. Deaths By Suicide In BC

bc.annual.deaths.suicide

YEAR TYPE # OF DEATHS
2008 Suicide 485
2009 Suicide 510
2010 Suicide 533
2011 Suicide 527
2012 Suicide 512
2013 Suicide 525
2014 Suicide 644
2015 Suicide 616
2016 Suicide 603
2017 Suicide 572
2018 Suicide 575

4. Deaths Of The Homeless In BC

bc.homeless.people.deaths

YEAR CATEGORY # OF DEATHS
2007 Homeless 43
2008 Homeless 50
2009 Homeless 43
2010 Homeless 33
2011 Homeless 24
2012 Homeless 30
2013 Homeless 30
2014 Homeless 49
2015 Homeless 73
2016 Homeless 175

Note: This category includes all causes of death, the bulk of which were accidental, according to the records provided.

5. Illicit Drug Deaths In BC Per Year

bc.drug.toxicity.deaths.per.year

bc.fentanyl.detected.deaths.per.year

YEAR TYPE # OF DEATHS
2010 Drugs 211
2011 Drugs 295
2012 Drugs 270
2013 Drugs 334
2014 Drugs 369
2015 Drugs 529
2016 Drugs 991
2017 Drugs 1,495
2018 Drugs 1,547
2019 Drugs 984
2020 (July) Drugs 909
YEAR TYPE # OF DEATHS
2012 Fentanyl 12
2013 Fentanyl 50
2014 Fentanyl 91
2015 Fentanyl 153
2016 Fentanyl 667
2017 Fentanyl 1,226
2018 Fentanyl 1,335
2019 Fentanyl 835
2020 (July) Fentanyl 709

Of course, the fentanyl deaths are a subset of illicit drugs overall. However, they do make up a very large percentage of those deaths.

6. Deaths Caused By Alcohol In BC

https://www2.gov.bc.ca/assets/gov/birth-adoption-death-marriage-and-divorce/statistics-reports/annual-reports/2011/pdf/death.pdf

Looking at the year 2011 for a moment, it seems that 1,412 men and 482 women died of alcohol related causes. That is almost 1,400 in total. However, alcohol wasn’t declared to be a pandemic by the British Columbia Government at that time. But in 2020, some 200 deaths (and an inflated amount), is enough to declare a state of emergency in the Province.

7. Abortion/Infanticide Deaths Per Year

https://www.arcc-cdac.ca/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/statistics-abortion-in-canada.pdf

YEAR BC ONTARIO CANADA
2007 15,770 32,331 98,762
2008 12,914 32,150 95,876
2009 12,461 30,268 93,755
2010 12,149 28,765 90,747
2011 14,341 44,434 108,844
2012 7,128 44,636 100,958
2013 9,574 43,865 102,446
2014 9,196 42,043 100,194
2015 13,166 39,679 100,104
2016 13,116 38,383 97,764
2017 13,182 35,587 94,030
2018 12,206 29,513 85,195

A few clinics did not report, so the national numbers are actually a bit higher. Nonetheless, killing 100,000 Canadian babies per year is apparently no big deal, but 9,100 coronavirus deaths in 8 months is a pandemic. Provincially, 10,000 dead babies in BC is nothing to worry about, but 200 deaths in 8 months is enough to shut the province down. Sees very out of proportion.

8. Why Aren’t These Deaths A Pandemic?

There are other preventable causes of death, of course. However, the point is that this coronavirus is by no means the be-all that it’s being made out to be.

Even with the “flexible” death counts, CV deaths are just at 200, and that’s some 8 months into a pandemic. We need a little perspective here.

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