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ALICE IN WONDERLAND: Keep calm, carry on and turn a blind eye to jab deaths and injuries
The abhorrent normalising of sudden fatalities
By Alice Jones, News Uncut columnist
DURING the height of the pandemic I asked family and friends regularly – as I suspect we all did) – if they were aware of anyone having died of Covid – not ‘with’ Covid on top of comorbidities, but simply ‘of’ Covid. Hand on heart, I wasn’t aware of a single soul.
I was party to the daily virus count and death toll, rattled out parrot fashion for months on end and I was perhaps ridiculously fortunate that within that dreadful tally, I never had to include one person known to me – nor did my friends, nor did my family.
I don’t count myself so lucky with the more recent and arguably far more alarming death toll. I know of several – as do my friends, as do my family. And yet we have utter silence? I can’t make head nor tail of the seeming lack of concern by the mainstream media who are certainly reporting them, but asking no pertinent questions? These deaths are cited similarly every time – either as being ‘sudden’ or ‘unexplained’, the usual platitudes follow and off these poor souls go over the rainbow bridge as if this sort of incident, largely among young and healthy people, is quite the norm.
It’s NOT the norm. It’s anything but.
Look at the dates of these reports – bar one which is October 2021, they are all within the last few days, if not hours. They may or may not be jab related but, as there are so many, it is beyond my comprehension that we are not seeing headlines asking what in the name of goodness is going on here?
Oh, I could have gone on listing too, these are the tip of one very sinister iceberg. Neither the Government nor the vast array of supposed expert medical advisors who pummelled us for months with their dire warnings over a virus which, in fact, took the lives of far fewer than expected (‘of’ Covid) seem to be batting half an eyelid. It’s sinful to say the least, highly questionable at best and, in reality, an out and out head in the sand job, the latter being deliberate or otherwise – who’s to know?
I’m reminded of the good old ‘Keep Calm and Carry On’ propaganda poster produced in 1939, prior to WW11 – designed to raise the morale of the great British public prior to predicted mass air attacks on major cities. It’s how this feels to me. “By gosh Jones, another 12yr old collapsed and died at school today – chin up chaps, nobody said life was going to be easy...” And so the grand illusion that all is well in our green and pleasant land continues with the list of RIP’s growing longer than my weekly receipt tab from Tesco’s. Stuff it in the bag folks, let it be glimpsed at but not properly acknowledged. It’s easier that way.
Two notable things have happened in the last two years. A virus has plagued our world and an insufficiently tested vaccine has entered a lot of our systems. The waters are very muddied. As such it might be easy for our ‘trusted medical experts’ to claim Covid is perhaps causing heart issues or blood clotting which is manifesting over the longer term in some kind of nasty post viral way. Long Covid…. etc etc, who knows what lurks beneath? I would argue though that this might have manifested with a raft of sudden deaths in the latter part of 2020, early 2021 but it didn’t.
This is undeniably a more recent scenario and certainly my first experience of it was with a family member in April 2021 who lost her husband 24 hours after the AstraZeneca jab, leaving her in sole charge of a 10 year old minus his daddy. Lots of questions. No answers. Many of these sudden deaths are children or young and apparently healthy people who, as is widely documented, did not succumb to the virus. So this begs the question... is this vaccine ‘safe and effective’ and might it not be wise to halt the programme as this alarming and tragic situation comes to light?
It seems not.
And so we have a big thumbs up from a beautiful little girl. For what? An ice cream, a trip to the cinema, a day out to the beach? No. A Covid jab. All the curly hair, sparkly top, freckles and cute gappy front teeth say only one thing featured on the recent Scottish Government guidance to parents and teachers – if you’re aged 5 – 11…. get jabbed.
Keep calm and carry on. Turn a blind eye when it feels like the more convenient thing to do. How very British. Let’s hope that iceberg doesn’t result in the next Titanic.