Iron Poisoning & Copper Deficiency
United States Extermination Schedule (Resident population minus 235,000 Armed Forces stationed overseas) 
The official reported death numbers may approximate the actual numbers, however deaths by age groups is being concealed.
The older age groups' numbers have been slowly decreasing since 2003/2004; although the reported numbers in these groups have been
increasing, to make it appear lifespan is increasing. The extra numbers going into the older age groups should be going into the younger
age groups. See chart for deaths by age groups:   www.unveilingthem.com/UnitedStatesDeathsAgeGroups_IronBurden.htm
Alkaline Blood pH Daily Iron Intake (mg)* Daily Copper Intake (mg)** Year CDC Birth Numbers (1000) Calculated Actual Births Death Numbers Calculated Actual Population Numbers Increase/ Decrease Actual Birth Rate Official Death Rate Estimated Actual Death Rate
7.40 14.4 1.6 1960 4,258,000 4,258,000 1,712,000 23.7 9.5
14.5 1.6 1965 3,760,000 3,760,000 1,828,000 19.4 9.4
15.7 1.7 1970 3,731,000 3,731,000 1,921,000 18.4 9.5
15.8 1.7 1971 3,556,000 3,556,000 1,928,000 17.2 9.3
15.9 1.8 1972 3,258,000 3,258,000 1,964,000 15.6 9.4
16.1 1.8 1973 3,137,000 3,137,000 1,973,000 14.8 9.3
16.5 1.8 1974 3,160,000 3,160,000 1,934,000 14.8 9.1
16.6 1.8 1975 3,144,000 3,144,000 1,893,000 14.6 8.8
7.40 17.1 1.9 1976 3,168,000 3,009,600 1,909,000 14.6 8.8
17.4 1.9 1977 3,327,000 2,994,300 1,900,000 15.1 8.6
16.8 1.8 1978 3,333,000 2,833,050 1,928,000 15.0 8.7
16.9 1.8 1979 3,494,000 2,620,500 1,914,000 15.6 8.5
7.43 17.0 1.8 1980 3,612,000 2,167,200 1,989,273 235,000,000 177,927 9.2 8.8 8.46
17.6 1.9 1981 3,629,000 2,141,110 1,977,367 235,163,743 163,743 9.1 8.6 8.41
17.7 1.9 1982 3,681,000 2,024,550 1,974,131 235,214,162 50,419 8.6 8.5 8.39
19.6 1.9 1983 3,639,000 2,001,450 2,018,578 235,197,034 -17,128 8.5 8.6 8.58
19.8 1.9 1984 3,669,000 2,017,950 2,038,845 235,176,139 -20,895 8.6 8.6 8.67
20.7 1.9 1985 3,761,000 2,068,550 2,085,563 235,159,126 -17,013 8.8 8.8 8.87
20.9 2.0 1986 3,757,000 2,066,350 2,104,362 235,121,114 -38,012 8.8 8.8 8.95
21.2 2.0 1987 3,809,000 2,094,950 2,122,741 235,093,323 -27,791 8.9 8.8 9.03
21.7 2.0 1988 3,910,000 2,150,500 2,167,432 235,076,391 -16,932 9.1 8.9 9.22
21.7 2.0 1989 4,041,000 2,222,550 2,149,904 235,149,037 72,646 9.5 8.7 9.14
22.5 2.0 1990 4,158,000 2,286,900 2,147,901 235,288,036 138,999 9.7 8.6 9.13
22.7 2.0 1991 4,111,000 2,261,050 2,168,942 235,380,144 92,108 9.6 8.6 9.21
23.1 2.1 1992 4,065,000 2,235,750 2,175,139 235,440,755 60,611 9.5 8.5 9.24
7.45 23.0 2.0 1993 4,000,000 2,160,000 2,268,046 235,332,709 -108,046 9.2 8.8 9.64
22.9 2.0 1994 3,953,000 2,095,090 2,285,150 235,142,649 -190,060 8.9 8.8 9.72
22.9 2.0 1995 3,900,000 2,028,000 2,311,669 234,858,980 -283,669 8.6 8.7 9.84
Begin set-up to 7.54 23.2 2.0 1996 3,891,000 1,984,410 2,314,167 234,529,223 -329,757 8.5 8.6 9.87
23.1 2.0 1997 3,881,000 1,940,500 2,313,844 234,155,879 -373,344 8.3 8.5 9.88
23.4 2.0 1998 3,942,000 1,931,580 2,336,845 233,750,614 -405,265 8.3 8.5 10.00
23.8 2.1 1999 3,959,000 1,900,320 2,391,043 233,259,891 -490,723 8.1 8.6 10.25
7.50 23.8 2.1 2000 4,059,000 1,907,730 2,402,995 232,764,626 -495,265 8.2 8.5 10.32
23.5 2.0 2001 4,026,000 1,851,960 2,416,003 232,200,583 -564,043 8.0 8.5 10.40
23.4 2.0 2002 4,022,000 1,809,900 2,443,030 231,567,453 -633,130 7.8 8.5 10.55
23.6 2.0 2003 4,090,000 1,799,600 2,448,288 230,918,765 -648,688 7.8 8.4 10.60
23.7 2.1 2004 4,112,000 1,768,160 2,398,343 230,288,582 -630,183 7.7 8.2 10.41
24.1 2.1 2005 4,138,000 1,737,960 2,447,762 229,578,780 -709,802 7.6 8.3 10.66
7.54 2006 4,266,000 1,749,060 2,425,044 228,902,796 -675,984 7.6 8.1 10.59
2007 4,316,000 1,726,400 2,423,511 228,205,685 -697,111 7.6 8.0 10.62
2008 4,248,000 1,656,720 2,472,852 227,389,553 -816,132 7.3 8.1 10.87
2009 4,130,665 1,569,653 2,436,367 226,522,839 -866,714 6.9 7.9 10.76
45+ 2010 4,000,279 1,480,103 2,465,839 225,537,103 -985,736 6.6 7.9 10.93
45+ 2011 3,953,593 1,423,293 2,513,039 224,447,357 -1,089,746 6.3 8.0 11.20
7.55+ 45+ 2012 3,952,937 1,383,528 2,543,132 223,287,753 -1,159,604 6.2 8.1 11.39
45+ 2013 3,957,577 1,345,576 2,596,993 222,036,336 -1,251,417 6.1 8.2 11.70
45+ 2014 3,988,076 1,316,065 2,626,418 220,725,983 -1,310,353 6.0 8.2 11.90
45+ 2015 3,977,745 1,272,878 2,800,000 219,198,861 -1,527,122 12.77
7.55 - 7.70 **** 2016 3,975,000 1,232,250 3,100,000 217,331,111 -1,867,750 14.26
Comments: 
Apparent over-stated numbers.
While the blood pH shows the alkaline blood type (A&O) levels, the acidic blood type (B) has decreased to about 6.8 and below dependent on individual.
Rates are per 1000 population. Actual rates are based on  reported deaths and estimated birth numbers.
* Iron per Capita per Day in the U.S. Food Supply, Selected Years (Source: Nutrient Content of the U.S. Food Supply, 2005)
** The copper in the diet may be bio-available or bio-unavailable. The USDA claim to have no knowledge of the bio-availability of the copper, though there is a university database for bio-available iron.
http://www.ctahr.hawaii.edu/hnfas/individualPages/dunn.html
Iron intake of 45mg per day is the Tolerable Upper Level before more rapid severe symptoms are apparent. 
The average iron intake in just the last 6 years equates to 100 grams of additional iron accumulation.
This level and rate of iron intake is unprecedented, and results in mass die-off of the population. 
Concurrently, the iron triggers the Measles nano-parasite to activate and kill the host very rapidly.