They're dying suddenly in Russia, too
Is Sputnik V also a silent killer, causing Russians to "die suddenly," as the Pfizer and Moderna jabs are doing to people all around the world?
Those of us who’ve noticed the appalling toll of those “vaccines” worldwide have naturally been hoping that the jabs administered in Russia (and in China) aren’t so dangerous; but that’s evidently wishful thinking. Since Russia has no public database, like VAERS, we must rely on Russian press reports of “sudden deaths,” most of them with no cause noted, while two were due to strokes, and one to (what else?) COVID.
Aside from Edward Slavsquat, whose Substack post about the sudden and untimely death of 18-year-old Valentina Yazenok went up on January 13, no one has been paying critical attention to the aftermath of Russia’s “vaccination” drive. We need to keep a close eye on the toll of COVID “vaccination” there (and in China), as well as in the USA, and all around the world.
TV presenter Mikhail Zelensky, 47
January 11, 2022
Famous TV presenter Mikhail Zelensky died suddenly at the age of 47. Alexander Efimovich, deputy head of the Russia-Culture TV channel (VGTRK), announced his death on his Facebook page.
“Eternal memory... At the age of 47, our TV presenter Mikhail Zelensky died,” Yefimovich wrote. According to him, Zelensky died late on January 11, his death was sudden. It happened while on vacation in the Dominican Republic.
According to Mila Rubinchik, on that day, she and Mikhail were engaged in daily activities. Suddenly, the TV presenter felt bad. Together with her husband, Rubinchik went to the medical center, which is located on the territory of the hotel, but Zelensky fell right on the threshold of the center.
“It happened really suddenly. There is no reason for this. We were just at the hotel, doing some of our own business. It all happened in front of his eyes: he became ill. His condition worsened over the course of several minutes. We just walked with him to the point of medical care, and there it happened at the entrance. The ambulance was going as fast as possible, there were no delays anywhere. Doctors did a lot of manipulations, I'm sure they did everything they could,” said Mila.
Ruslan Yankov, 39
January 24, 2022
The official, head of the state housing inspection of the Bryansk region, died suddenly at the regional cardiology center at about 9 am. He was partially paralyzed after a stroke last week.
Our sources say that this winter's snowfalls and criticism from the regional leadership have become a huge stress for Yankov. The head of the GZhI took everything to heart.
Ruslan Yankov was only 39 years old.
Vladimir Stromov, rector of Derzhavin University in Tambov, 45
March 10, 2022
“We regret to announce the sudden death of the rector of Derzhavin University, Vladimir Stromov. His personal motto - to go only forward, to victories - became the motto of the entire large Derzhavinsky family. He was completely devoted to his alma mater and took great pleasure in what he did. The bright memory of Vladimir Yuryevich will forever remain in the hearts of colleagues, graduates, employees, students and everyone who knew him, we mourn the heavy loss,” the message says.
At the end of 2021, Stromov headed the United Russia faction in the regional Duma. He was 44 years old.
Moldomus Kongantiev, 64
February 13, 2022
The sudden death of the 63-year-old ex-head of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Kyrgyz Republic became known on February 12. The circumstances of death are still unknown. He died on February 12 at the age of 64.
Igor Nosov, 44
February 8, 2022 16:20
"On behalf of the Legislative Assembly of the Nizhny Novgorod Region, I personally express my deep sincere condolences in connection with the sudden death of Igor Nikolaevich Nosov. A highly educated, energetic, caring person with an active life position - in any position he applied all his strength, knowledge to work for the benefit of people, in including in the rank of deputy governor of the Nizhny Novgorod region. His death was a real blow. We grieve with you," the telegram says.
Interfax-AVN editor-in-chief Vitaly Djibouti dies
February 15, 2022
INTERFAX.RU - Well-known journalist, editor-in-chief of Interfax-Military News Agency Vitaly Djibouti died suddenly on the night of February 15.
Vitaly Revazovich worked at Interfax from the very first days of its creation and was one of the most prominent journalists of the news agency. Since September 2001, he has been the permanent editor-in-chief of Interfax-AVN, and at the same time deputy editor-in-chief of the political information service of Interfax.
For many years, Vitaly covered the work of the Russian law enforcement agencies, visits and negotiations of the country's top military leaders. He was entrusted with the most complex and responsible tasks, with which he always coped brilliantly.
Age not noted.
Dmitry Viktorov, 58
March 16, 2022
Deputy director of anti-plague institute suddenly died in Volgograd. A prominent scientist, author of more than 350 scientific papers, 20 patents for inventions, says an obituary on the institute's website. The main areas of scientific activity of Dmitry Viktorov were molecular epidemiology and molecular genetics of pathogens of especially dangerous bacterial and viral infections, research in the field of structural and functional genomics, proteomic analysis and genetics of drug resistance of pathogens of especially dangerous infections. Under his leadership, four Ph.D. dissertations were defended. The cause of death of the scientist, as well as the date of the funeral, are still unknown.
Alexander Malyshev, managing partner of CommuniGate Systems, has passed away at the age of 45.
January 25, 2022
Death came as a surprise to his loved ones; the businessman's heart gave out.
The Russian company CommuniGate Systems Russia (JSC Stalkersoft) announced the death of its managing partner Alexander Malyshev . According to the organization, sudden death occurred on January 22, 2022 due to heart problems, which came as a surprise to all his loved ones.
The entrepreneur was 45 years old. According to open sources, he was married and had two children.
Since 2012, he has been the CEO of JSC Stalkersoft, in recent years he has also been a member of the company's board of directors.
Bulat Budatsyrenov, 29, a member of the Major League of KVN, died in Buryatia
January 25, 2022
In Buryatia , a member of the Major League of KVN and the editor of the "Club of cheerful and resourceful" Bulat Budatsyrenov died. Budatsyrenov's death was reported on Facebook by his colleague and KVN activist in Buryatia, Chingis Bolotov.
“Bulat Budatsyrenov died suddenly,” Bolotov wrote. Kaveenschik passed away at the age of 29. The cause of death was not reported.
As noted in the publication, Budatsyrenov played in the Pushkin 8 KVN team, was the champion of Buryatia in 2012, vice-champion of the Asia KVN league in Krasnoyarsk , champion of the KVN Premier League. He also participated in Major League games in Moscow. In addition, Budatsyrenov was the editor of KVN games in the Buryat language.
“Bulat is the author of many jokes that the national teams of Buryatia showed on Channel One. Jokes that got into the very soul of the audience and therefore were successful,” Bolotov emphasized.
Natalia Nazarova, 73
March 17, 2022
At the age of 73, the theater and film actress, Honored Artist of Russia Natalya Ivanovna Nazarova suddenly passed away.
Natalia Ivanovna was born in 1949 in Alma-Ata. In 1972 she graduated from the Moscow Art Theater School (workshop of Pavel Massalsky) and was immediately accepted into the troupe of the Moscow Art Theater, where she worked hard and fruitfully. N.I. Nazarova was rightfully considered one of the brightest multi-talented actresses of the Moscow Art Theater.
Alexander Nagrudny, 53, film producer
February 24, 2022
On February 13, 2022, film and television producer Alexander Andreevich Nagrudny died suddenly.
Alexander Andreevich Nagrudny was born on April 20, 1969 in Moscow. He studied at MADI at the Faculty of Road Machines. From 1987 to 1989 he served in the army.
Alexander Andreevich came to the cinema in 1998. He started his activity on the site as an administrator, then was the deputy director of the film crew and subsequently became the director and then the producer of films, TV series and commercials.
People's Artist of Russia Boris Georgievich Nevzorov, 73, due to complications caused by a new coronavirus infection
February 18, 2022
For millions of viewers, he will forever remain the personification of a real Russian hero, as if he came to us from ancient epics and fairy tales - his feeder Ivan Ryabov in the movie "Young Russia" became a symbol of love for his land and country.
Boris Nevzorov was born on January 18, 1950 in the village of Starominskaya, Krasnodar Territory, in the family of a party worker. He spent his childhood and youth in Astrakhan, in 1967-1968 he was an actor of the Astrakhan Youth Theater. In 1968 he entered the Shchepkin Higher Theater School, where he studied for two courses. In 1975 he graduated from the Moscow Art Theater School. Over the years, he served in leading theaters in Moscow: the Moscow New Drama Theatre, the Mossovet Theatre, and the State Academic Maly Theatre.
Man's body found on pavement
According to doctors, he was overtaken by a sudden death.
February 2, 2022
The body of a man was found on Pervomaiskaya Street, 24. This was reported today, February 2, by a reader of UFA1.RU.
According to the woman, she went to work at 08:40 past the scene. The deceased was lying on the ground, his body, as our reader noted, was not covered with anything.
The Interior Ministry of Bashkiria declined to comment on the incident. A UFA1.RU source said that the man died suddenly.
“According to the doctors, a blood clot broke off from him,” our interlocutor noted.
Sputnik V not different to the Astra Zeneca shot, both using adenovirus vectors to carry the synthetic mRNA. One pc of proof Putin is on board with the WEF agenda. Worse than in US, not the slightest hint of transparency since no VAERS-like database.
Governments are at war with their own citizens everywhere.
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