Health and Medicine

I have no theory to explain this death statistic

By Tom Woods

Remember mid-2020, when the official outlets were screaming at Sweden for not following the useless “public health guidelines” that were wrecking societies around the world?

Sweden will be sorry, they told us.

Except here are the all-cause excess deaths in Sweden and the neighboring countries to which it was unfavorably compared, for the years 2020 and 2022.

(Data from The World in Data, and taken from an article in the Daily Sceptic.)

Now I don’t pretend to have all the answers here. I know some people will want to say it’s the shots that account for the 2022 deaths, but Sweden had a high uptake of the shots also.

Again, I won’t b.s. you and say I can explain everything. Anyone who claims to be able to make sense of everything that’s happened over the past few years is lying to you. If you have a theory to account for this, I would love to hear it.

But we know this: Sweden did no worse in the long run by just keeping its society running.

Now while we’re on the subject:

I mentioned last week that episode one of “Follow the Science,” the excellent docuseries put together by a group of anonymous filmmakers I’ve told you about, was having its world premiere in Orlando. The date for that event has been changed to April 19.

Please do attend if you can. I will be hosting the evening, and joined by the great Clifton Duncan, the Broadway actor you know from Tom Woods Show episode #2001, and who sacrificed everything in order to resist the mandates.

Tickets are free, but you’ll really help our planning by registering:

And finally, the next Woods party for supporters will take place April 29. We’ll have Jeff Deist as a special guest speaker, and because I’m a magic fanatic, our favorite magician will also entertain us.

Plenty of great food and drink for everyone, too.

To get onto the guest list, become a supporter and watch your inbox:

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