In a revealing interview with Liz Gunn, a New Zealand government data administrator identified as Winston Smith has come forward with startling claims regarding the consequences of the COVID-19 vaccine rollout in New Zealand.
Winston Smith emphasizes that he is not an anti-vaxxer. He clarifies that he has been vaccinated in the past and has even contributed to building the COVID vaccination system in New Zealand, which gave him access to the data , making it clear that his stance is not born from opposition to vaccines on principle.
Winston findings on the mortality rates associated with various COVID-19 vaccine batches present a very concerning picture, suggesting a correlation that seems highly improbable to occur by chance alone. For instance, looking at the top ten batches with the highest mortality rate, he found the following:
For batch 1, out of 711 vaccinated individuals, 152 fatalities were reported, indicating a staggering 21% mortality rate
Batch 8, with a 17% mortality rate,
Batch 3 with 15% mortality rage .
Even among larger sample sizes, such as batch number 70 that vaccinated 111,000 individuals, there were 498 deaths accounted for, representing a 4% mortality rate.
Such numbers vastly exceed the expected mortality rates which is 0.75% and with Smith’s meticulous approach and diverse age distribution consideration, the suggestion that these outcomes are mathematically bordering on impossible becomes difficult to ignore.
Winston also illustrated the data from the perspective of the vaccinators. The most extreme case presented by Smith – labeled simply as “Vaccinator One” – paints a grim picture: out of 246 vaccinations administered by “Vaccinator One”, there had been 60 deaths, marking nearly a 25% mortality rate. Again, this figure dwarfs the expected mortality rate of 0.75%. When examining further, this pattern seemed to persist across profiles; another vaccinator had seen nearly 17% mortality, with 104 deaths out of 621 vaccinations given.
The data unequivocally suggests that there is a statistically significant correlation between specific vaccine batches and the subsequent mortality rates observed. It would be mathematically implausible to attribute these high rates of death following vaccination to random chance alone, thereby implicating the batches as a significant factor in the increased mortality.