News and Views 11 July 2022

23-year-old has rare Covid-19 induced heart attack

A 23-year-old who suffered a “massive, rare” heart attack induced by Covid-19 is now on a waiting list for surgery.

At the time, she was living with her grandmother in Invercargill, and has since had to relocate to Christchurch to live with her mother.

For the first few days of having Covid-19, Te Amo, who is fully vaccinated, said she “didn’t really feel sick at all.”

So when she started getting “sore arms, sore jaws, sore shoulder blades, and a sore heart” on April 16, she thought it was the “body aches everyone talks about”.

“I was having a heart attack for three hours before I decided to ring the ambulance … my Covid-19 symptoms were the heart attack, I didn’t feel sick from Covid-19.”

She was helicoptered to Dunedin Hospital, given a clot buster and blood thinner, and then a coronary angiogram, which found she had a massive clot in her heart.

She then underwent an angioplasty to clear the clot. (Story continues at the link)

I wonder how many unvaccinated young people are having heart attacks “induced by Covid”. The Covid-19 culprit in blood clotting is the spike protein. She had no symptoms to suggest a respiratory infection had breached her mucosal barriers and entered her bloodstream. But she did have more than one injection of mRNA which induced production of spike protein in her circulation. Despite all efforts to remove any control group, it seems enough people have remained uninjected which will allow researchers to make relevant comparisons in outcomes between the injected and the uninjected.

Meanwhile, with myocarditis and pericarditis rates surging globally, researchers in Israel concluded from a retrospective (pre-vaccine rollout) cohort study involving hundreds of thousands of people published in the Journal of Clinical Medicine: The Incidence of Myocarditis and Pericarditis in Post COVID-19 Unvaccinated Patients—A Large Population-Based Study

Post COVID-19 infection was not associated with either myocarditis or pericarditis. We did not observe an increased incidence of neither pericarditis nor myocarditis in adult patients recovering from COVID-19 infection.

Australia are now experiencing the highest excess deaths ever seen outside of war time.

Update from Holland: Dutch farmers are self reliant and productive, own a lot of land, and are basically ungovernable. Eva Vlaardingerbroek provides this interesting background to the story of the new Nitrogen law their government are attempting to impose on them in the name of climate science.

In Zhengzhou, the Bank of China reportedly froze millions of dollars in April, citing a technical upgrade. Since then, depositors have received zero communication and had no access to their money. Hoardes reportedly stormed the bank, leading to police suppression of the protest. It is being reported that all four Chinese banks are facing liquidity and protests are widespread.

German MEP Christine Anderson held a press conference expressing concerns about vaccinated pilots, called Post-Vac Flight Risks. She is joined by pilots, lawyers and flight attendants during the 1.5h conference which has English translation. “Stand in the way of the globalist elites because they’re unscrupulous … This vaccine campaign, it will go down as the biggest scandal in medical history and moreover it will be known as the biggest crime ever committed on humanity … “.

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