ER Editor: UPDATE – within the last few hours, someone suggested to Prof. Michael Levitt that the lack of Israeli data might be due to it being Passover there.
See also these disturbing reports we’ve published on the mandatory vaccination policy being imposed on Israel citizens by its own government:
Mortality in Israel: where did the numbers go?
Disappearance of Israel’s statistics on Euromomo
“I had been following the mortality statistics on euromomo.eu for a few weeks and in particular those concerning Israel, which were the only ones to have experienced a significant increase in mortality over weeks 9 to 11 of 2021, going from 1.02 to 1.04 (1.05 for the over 65s). Today the statistics were released for week 12 but Israel completely disappeared from the list!”
An observation of a reader attentive to the monitoring of the massive vaccination campaign in Israel, which was made by others: citizens, scientists… who are surprised at the disappearance of the mortality statistics of Israel from the euromomo.eu database. This mortality monitoring site is scrutinized by all analysts of Covid epidemic figures.
Translation: We often cite the Euromomo site, which shows morality in European countries. Israel has always been there but before a dramatic rise in the vaccination period (90% of those more than 65 years old vaccinated) and recently, the data just disappeared!
Israel is vaccinating its population at a speed and magnitude that leaves some observers dreaming of this efficiency and envious of the new found freedom put forward by the State of Israel. Other analysts are more circumspect, even worried: is the beautiful story put forward by the Israeli government so clear? How could it not be in their discourse, when it is a political choice based on an agreement with Pfizer?
We have given the floor to those voices that are alarmed by this forced vaccination and present their analyses that contest the declared success of this campaign, notably H. Seligmann and H. Yativ:
Comparisons between Israel and its neighbors who have vaccinated very little (Lebanon, Jordan…) also put into perspective the triumphalism of liberating vaccination, as shown in the article by Xavier Bazin: Vaccine in Israel: disturbing figures
The unexplained disappearance of these figures – contacted by us, the Euromomo site has not provided us with an answer at this time – will give water to the sceptics’ mill.
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