Professor Denis Rancourt is a physicist and interdisciplinary scientist who ran a large laboratory at Canada’s University of Ottawa.
His research has involved developing techniques using physics and mathematics methods to analyse a range of natural science problems. This included environmental and planetary science, theoretical physics and biogeochemistry with an example being interactions between bacteria and minerals.
Since the beginning of the Covid pandemic Professor Rancourt has been analysing all-cause mortality in populations. He has collaborated with Panda and fellow scientists as published at his own website, DenisRancourt.ca. He speaks out with a calm courage, to challenge the various politicised narratives which have established themselves in the place of public health.
One of Professor Rancourt’s most comprehensive presentations was with the National Citizens Inquiry of Canada, a private tribunal giving a platform to voices who have been silenced by the planned censorship of the global Covid-19 response. We featured the National Citizens Inquiry in our May 2023 article here.
Professor Rancourt and his team have recently published a comprehensive report titled COVID-19 vaccine-associated mortality in the Southern Hemisphere, in Correlation Research in the Public Interest. This is a Canadian non-profit organisation “conducting independent scientific research on topics of public interest”.
The 180-page report is quite technical, detailing the research methods used and using graphs and figures requiring a level of scientific literacy. Data from seventeen nations is analysed.
Although New Zealand has been held up as a beacon of success due to lockdown efficiency, nine of the nations studied had no detectable rise in all-cause mortality for the first year after March 2020 when the World Health Organization announced a pandemic. However, all nations experienced an increase in all-cause mortality directly associated with the vaccine rollouts.
The authors demonstrate synchronised timing between Covid-19 vaccination campaigns and peaks in all-cause mortality, including different peaks in different countries at different times. The coincident timing within nations, between all-cause mortality and vaccination campaigns is highly suggestive of a causal relationship. They also demonstrate a 1000-fold greater risk of death by Covid-19 vaccination, than shown in clinical trials, adverse effect monitoring systems, and cause-of-death statistics from death certificates.
The vaccine dose fatality rate (vDFR) increases with each subsequent dose rollout, such that in New Zealand after the first booster rollout, the vDFR is 0.05% +/- 0.01%, and after the second booster rollout the vDFR increases four-fold, to 0.21% +/- 0.03%. The strongest peaks occur in the 80+ year old age groups, suggesting that these injections had the opposite effect of protecting our elderly.
Eight discussion points are detailed by the authors:
- Covid-19 vaccines can cause death;
- Absence of excess mortality until the Covid-19 vaccines are rolled out;
- The Covid-19 vaccines did not save lives and appear to be lethal toxic agents [the mechanisms of which are described by the Doctors 4 Covid Ethics publication mRNA Vaccine Toxicity];
- Strong evidence for a causal association and vaccine lethal toxicity;
- Causality in excess mortality is amply demonstrated;
- Assessing other interpretations of the cause of the excess mortality;
- Implications regarding age-dependence of fatal toxicity of Covid-19 vaccines;
- No excess All-Cause Mortality (ACM) by time prior to Covid-19 vaccine rollouts.
Rancourt et al offer three conclusions from their research:
- Causality proven;
- Actual vaccine mortality is much larger than that incorrectly inferred from faulty data;
- The policy of prioritising elderly residents for Covid-19 vaccination must be ended.
This quality piece of research contributes to the growing body of evidence that the pandemic response was failed public health, whether by intent or incompetence of the politicians, bureaucrats and corporate figureheads making and enforcing recommendations. Vaccines given in the name of protecting against Covid-19 illness, hospitalisation and death have, in fact, had the opposite effect.