ALICE IN WONDERLAND: Since when did fit and healthy people just collapse and die?
By Alice Jones, News Uncut columnist
SCROLLING the news/social media on a daily basis finds us likely to come across an athlete, celebrity, colleague or, heaven forbid, friend, having passed – always “suddenly” and usually without explanation. Is this part of the ‘new normal?’
A raft of emojis appear – primarily the sad face and hug type, accompanied by slightly banal comments – “gosh, not another one”, “what a terrible year for tragic deaths”, “I wonder what they died of?” Precisely.
Since when did people just DIE? Literally collapse and die – young, middle aged, fit, healthy… it may be the ‘new normal’ but it’s not really normal is it? I can’t help but wonder why people aren’t asking more questions.
Former England star Matt Le Tissier did. No wonder. In any other period of time, a notable increase in footballers collapsing (some fatally) on the pitch would be headline news.
Many of these incidents were televised, making them completely undeniable – the actual number will of course be ‘fact checked’ but the undeniable fact is, the players have succumbed and it’s been visible to the world. Le Tissier daring to link the tragedies to vaccines saw him shot down in flames faster than he could shoot an own goal. Media 1 – Le Tissier 0. Investigation ongoing? Who knows...
Other snippets of news, which a couple of years back would have raised more than the proverbial eyebrow seem to glide by with little attention. (The Times 09/21)
A 25 per cent rise in heart attacks in the West of Scotland during the summer of 2021. Wow. Investigation ongoing? Who knows…
And then there is the mystery of ‘medical events’. What exactly is a ‘medical event?’ Since when did people die of a ‘medical event?’ This term is being used globally and people are asking the question. It’s human nature – slightly morbid, but we’re all aware of our fragile existence and it’s a very natural question to ask what people actually died of.
In days gone by, the cause of death would be cited – massive cardiac arrest, stroke, cancer, choking, epileptic fit, drowning, suicide etc. Surely the cause of death is not so spurious in so many that ‘medical event’ is deemed satisfactory as a way to mark a person’s demise?
A curious mind with a spare 10 minutes led me to search on Google: “suffered medical event”. I almost wish I hadn’t. Page after page of the stuff. An alarming amount are linked to road traffic accidents – essentially a collapse at the wheel and often resulting in the injury of innocent others.
I scrolled my way through the first 10 pages on Google – endless stories involving ‘medical events’ (most fatal) are 2020 through to today, only seven pertain to incidents prior to 2019. It seems that ‘medical events’ has indeed been used as an immediate phrase to cite an incident but it was a far rarer occurrence prior to 2020.
I jumped on to page 20 in my Google search and was still finding stories relating to 2021. I could list them here, but the proof is in the pudding – take a Google and bear in mind that these are only stories that happened to make some kind of news – the vast majority haven’t.
One might have thought that in a situation where a ‘vaccine’ is distributed so fast, to so many, a critical part of data gathering would involve close observation of possible adverse effects?
It’s fact, not fiction that this was issued under Emergency Use Authorisation – insufficiently trialled or tested in comparison to the majority of vaccines regularly administered. The MHRA Yellow Card reporting system exists but few were told to report there – were you?
Did people receive a call from a medical professional post vaccine to check if there were adverse reactions or strange symptoms? No, they did not. At what point post vaccine might any kind of illness be attributed to the jab? An easy get-out for instant dismissal of a connection when this information is quite simply, unknown.
The virus itself has caused clotting and long-term illness in many, it can most definitely turn nasty, but in these cases, it’s usually recognised, connected – AND highlighted at every single opportunity by our mainstream media as a warning to the unvaccinated. The hundreds of thousands of incidents reported to MHRA meanwhile, (let’s not forget the majority don’t even know this exists) are quite bizarrely swept under the carpet.
Makes you think, doesn’t it?
I believe that athletes collapsing and games/matches being stopped because of spectator collapses are the canary in the coalmine for the population at large.