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Another predicted spike in heart attacks (but it’s still nothing to do with the vaccines)

By Kit Knightly | OffGuardian | March 11, 2022

This past week saw two high-profile Australians – cricketer Shane Warne and Labour senator Kimberley Kitching – both die of sudden heart attacks aged 52.

As such, heart disease is back in the headlines. Again.

We predicted in our new-years post that explaining heart attacks would be a big part of 2022’s news cycle, and only three months in it has been a torrent.

It actually started in December of 2021, with medical doctors theorising that the stress and anxiety of dealing with Covid was going to cause a huge spike in heart problems due to “post-pandemic stress disorder”.

Before the end of January, the media were reporting that aortic stenosis was actually massively under-diagnosed and we could see up to 300,000 new cases of heart disease or damage in the near future.

At the beginning of February, a new reason was added to the list. As energy prices began to spike – do remember, that happened before the war – we were told the increased cold and stress could also cause heart disease.

Then, in mid-February scientific papers appeared claiming that “even a mild case of COVID” causes your “heart attack risk to soar”.

In short, and for many reasons, you’re much more likely to have a heart attack this year than you were last year.

Well, now the Sydney Morning Herald has joined in, with this article headlined “‘This is our biggest killer’: Shock deaths put spotlight on heart disease”, which warns:

The shock deaths of cricketer Shane Warne and Senator Kimberley Kitching should serve as a wake-up call to Australians about the prevalence of heart disease, doctors say, as a study shows COVID-19 may increase the risk for what was already one of the nation’s biggest killers.

Yes, having had covid – even if you just tested positive and had no symptoms – makes it more likely you’ll have a heart attack.

On top of that, warn the doctors quoted in the article, thousands of people will have missed their heart screenings due to lockdown, or have been sedantry and gained weight, not to mention the anxiety and stress.

All in all, Australians can expect a “rise in preventable heart disease deaths over the next five years”, according to health modellers.

But don’t worry, none of that is anything to do with the untested vaccines they’ve injected into literally millions of people.

Yes, all the major Covid vaccines are known to have “rare” side effects that impact the heart, such as blood clots and myocarditis, but clearly, that’s just a coincidence.

After all, the Sydney Morning Herald article doesn’t even use the word “vaccine”, not one single time. And they wouldn’t ignore anything that important, would they?

March 12, 2022 - Posted by | Deception, Fake News, Mainstream Media, Warmongering, Science and Pseudo-Science |

3 Comments »

  1. “as a study shows COVID-19 may increase the risk for what was already one of the nation’s biggest killers”.

    It’s not the Covid that increases the risk! It is the Vaccines that are increasing the risk These vaccines have not been properly verified as “SAFE”, but, Let’s not complicate matters huh?

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    Comment by brianharryaustralia | March 12, 2022 | Reply

  2. In my opinion Shane Warne, Rod marsh and Kimberley Kitching all possibly died from the effects of the micro clot shots.. Too bad they didn’t do D dimer tests for micro blood clots at the autopsies.. The truth could come out.. NO no no.. Nothing that could cause vaccine hesitancy is allowed.. The coverup is untouchable

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    Comment by brianconcannon | March 12, 2022 | Reply

    • There is ample evidence on the Internet, pointing out the deficiencies of these vaccinations, but the MSM are as quiet as a Nun’s F rt about them…….

      We cannot trust our Politicians to tell us the truth……..but, could we ever trust them?

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      Comment by brianharryaustralia | March 13, 2022 | Reply


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