Deaths, heart attacks, blood clots, strokes. All things we are growing accustomed to seeing in news headlines and social media. Is this the new normal? These previously rare conditions in the young have been taking precedence in the spotlight lately with more and more celebrities and sports stars falling victim in the public eye. For every one celebrity, how many everyday people are suffering the same fate? Why? What constitutes rare and have these goal posts been moved as well?
To give a comparison, from the Australian Bureau of Statistics in the latest release dated 25/02/2022, Provisional Mortality Statistics, there were an overall total of 11,769 Doctor-certified deaths in November 2021 which was an increase of 3.8% from 2020 and 6.2% more than the 2015-2019 average. The analysis however does not Include coroner referred deaths such as ischaemic heart disease or cerebrovascular disease.
It is worth a mention also that in this period there were 235 deaths recorded that were Doctor-certified as “due to covid” which makes up just 1.99% of deaths in this period.
15 million people are said to suffer a stroke per year. According to Better Health Channel, a stroke is rare among children, with 2 in every 100,000 being affected globally each year.
Stroke and stroke risk factors are becoming increasingly common in young to middle aged people. Risk factors include high blood pressure, diabetes, heart disease and obesity according to the John Hopkins University.
The Stroke Foundation Acting Executive Director Stroke Services Eamonn O’Toole said in a media release back in January, “awareness of paediatric stroke is gradually growing amongst health professionals.”
Also in the media release it is mentioned that 50-85% of young stroke survivors will be left with long term issues and disabilities which could include speech and learning difficulties, seizures or physical disability.
VigiAccess is a data base created by the World Health Organisation in 2015 and provides access to the public of information of potential side effects of medicinal products.
As of March 16, 2022, the database has recorded 3,409,830 Adverse Drug Reactions (ADRs) from Covid-19 vaccines. 86,930 of those reactions have been recorded in children up to the age of seventeen, and you guessed it. Stroke symptoms are on the list of suspected adverse reactions.
In a social media post by Children’s Health Defense Australia, they raised the fact that governments, health departments and mainstream media have been attempting to normalise children developing heart issues, neurological disorders, blood clots and strokes.
“Let’s be very clear on this issue. The possibility of healthy children and young adults developing these conditions naturally is extremely rare, so rare in fact that most people, and that includes Doctors, have never heard of it in their lifetime.”
According to the Stroke Foundation, approximately 600 Australian children suffer a stroke each year, which still may seem rare, but it doesn’t match up with global data.
Spokeswoman Jessamine Luck, for the University of Toronto affiliated Hospital for Sick Children, said in November “there is no evidence linking the Covid-19 mRNA vaccines to paediatric stroke.” But, despite the very conditions she goes on to mention being listed as known outcomes and adverse reactions to the jabs, she precedes to ” like strokes in adults, is caused by a blockage of blood vessels in the brain. This can occur for a number of reasons including underlying medical conditions such as heart disease or blood clotting disorders.”
You just have to read some of the pages of the recently released Pfizer documents to see what’s going on here.
Just in the last week, we have seen multiple well-known names in the news who have sadly passed away due to heart related issues, and then blood clots hit the headlines when lady’s world number two golfer Nelly Korda 23, and Hailey Beiber 25 both found themselves the topic of ‘big news’ after suffering a blood clot each and ending up in hospital.
Korda, is being treated for a blood clot in her arm while Beiber suffered stroke like symptoms caused by a clot on her brain.
If such conditions are so rare in young people, why are government health departments and mainstream media leading an information and awareness campaign to educate people on the signs and what to look out for, for strokes, heart attacks, blood clots and seizures? That just so happen to be the reactions people are suffering more commonly after the jab?
Not to mention it being in our faces in the form of bus signage and signs up at doctor’s surgeries. When did we ever see this level of “awareness” material anywhere before?
How often do we have to see people in the spotlight for it to be considered the “new normal”?