A carpenter, a school custodian, a social worker, a rescue diver, a physical therapist, a welder, an insurance agent, two nurses (one of whom "died unexpectedly of natural causes" at 23), and more
I want to write something in the comments of every condolence page, something like DEMOCIDE or We will avenge these injection deaths or...Telling us they died of injection injury might save a life...but I don't. I can offer no sympathy or condolences, only angst. Mark, you are doing the only sensible thing, just iterating and reinterating and reiterating...but I am so frustrated with the blindness and the....how can this be really happening? I see the history leading up to it, but wtf.
There's a Deagel 2014 forecast, which predicts the US population will be only 99 million by 2025. That doesn't seem so implausible anymore.
The percentage of (often young) healthcare workers is terrifying. They were among the first people to get these injections. If this isn't merely coincidence, this summer is going to be wild.
I had natural Covid Infection the first week of August 2021. The first couple of days when I started to feel sick, I took a Covid test at home which was positive. The third morning I started to feel very weak and I actually passed out I think I was out for a couple of minutes. I’m 50 for an extremely healthy have a long distance cyclist never been obese and have no risk factors. The spike proteins and other factors having to do with the infection can cause heart arrhythmias. I was checked out thoroughly and my hearts absolutely fine. MAny other people who had natural Have also describe these episodes of feeling faint and lightheaded and even passing out. If the mRNA vaccine is making the body produce large amounts of spike protein for long periods of time, it could certainly be causing these heart problems.
I am determined to pay my own form of respect to these souls by reading every single word of each individual post. They deserve that much at the very least. But - the resulting anger and distress (especially given all the adverse events and deaths that I have personally observed in my role as an RN) is, at times, overwhelming. So, it's with that said - I can't help but think that if it's affecting me this much to read the stories - I can only imagine what it must be like for you, Mark - in researching and posting them. Please, take good care of yourself!
Thank you for naming the beauty of their lives. Thank you. It brings grief to the forefront....such good life lost, and motivates my heart to act.
I have tried to prepare for children that may be orphaned and need help but have you noticed how many pets are being left behind? Are there family members to take them in? Is this straining the animal shelters? This is tough to think about from all angles- the dead, their spouses, their children, other family, and their pets.