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WE NEED FUNDS TO FIGHT MAINSTREAM MEDIA MISINFORMATION

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Well, if you were to believe mainstream media, then nearly every everyday activity is now dangerous.

Just today, The Mirror in the UK reported that a 22-year-old student Mubarak Hussein Sayed Abdel-Jalil, died from joy; yes, you read that right ‘JOY’.  Don’t get excited, folks. You may die.

The student had just opened an envelope and had found out he had passed his university exams; he then felt a sudden pain in his chest and was rushed to the hospital; tests revealed he had suffered a heart attack. Sadly he later died that day in the hospital.

Now the reality is that something had caused the heart attack, and it was not excitement. Now, in this case, his death is under investigation, and we, as a media outlet, can not confirm what caused the heart attack. But that does not stop mainstream media from coming out with the most stupid reasons for the ever-increasing number of sudden deaths.

These sudden deaths are not a coincidence; they are not random, there is a reason, and this needs investigation. Hundreds of thousands have suspicions of what is causing these sudden deaths, and they put the blame squarely on the new Covid mRNA vaccines. The claim does not come without merit, with thousands of proven cases of myocarditis and pericarditis resulting from the vaccine. Other cardiovascular adverse events have been reported.

Now, if you think Joy was a strange attempt from mainstream media to normalise sudden death, to create fear over everyday life and to take the blame away from the real culprit, then get ready to see some of the outlandish claims mainstream media has brought out in the past few months.

The UK Express reported that having a cold shower could trigger a heart attack.

The Times of India reported that you could die of a heart attack during sex.

The Sun has reported that napping could lead to heart attacks.

Euro Weekly News reported that a young boy died after drinking cold water on a hot day, resulting in a heart attack.

The Asia and The Pacific Policy Society claimed that Climate change was breaking hearts, literally causing heart attacks.

The British Heart Foundation reports that too little or too much sleep causes heart attacks.

The New Indian Express claimed that a Groom’s Dad died from loud music at the wedding.

Inside Edition reports a man died of a heart attack because he was struck in his testicles.

SciTechDaily report that sleeping with any light on can result in various diseases, including heart disease.

Street Blog NYC reported a study alleging that car noise strokes heart attacks.

There a many, many more crazy statements on what could cause you to die suddenly from cardiac arrest; whilst some things listed below can contribute to poor health, the reality is in most cases, it takes a large combination of poor lifestyle choices to increase your risk of sudden death from a cardiac event. What we see now is not normal, and the media’s attempt to normalise it and create fear by listing everyday lifestyle choices and stresses as the reason is absurd.

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