Fearing normal, ignoring abnormal

In the spring of 2020 western governments decided the whole world needed to change because ill seniors were dying of respiratory disease.  For some strange reason the majority agreed.  We needed to turn the economy off and force people in to unemployment because we were suddenly afraid of a completely normal event.  I don’t mean to sound callous about the deaths of seniors but it is normal for the frail and elderly to die during cold and flu season.  We may have had a new virus but we did not have a new situation.  We were only afraid because government through their media minions told us to be afraid.

Seriously, that is all it took.  Government told us to be fearful of our neighbors and we were.  We were willing to go to great lengths to protect ourselves from cold and flu season.  No one stopped to consider how many cold and flu seasons they have already endured without insisting their neighbors are masked, injected, and unemployed.

Fast forward to 2023 and the situation is now completely inverted.  The abnormal is now normal and everyone is cool with the “new normal”.  Previously rare cancers are no longer rare.

Oct.4, 2023 – Sheffield, UK – 29 year old PhD scientist Kirsty Smitten was diagnosed with 6cm tumor on her heart – an extremely rare cardiac angiosarcoma, a few months ago. She died on Oct.4, 2023. The cancer was so rare that her surgeon had never seen one.

And the fittest people on the planet are now at high risk of heart attacks.  I am old enough to remember when being fit helped avoid heart attacks.

The study looked at data from over 11 million runners who participated in marathons in the United States between 2000 and 2009. The researchers found that the incidence of sudden cardiac death was 0.54 per 100,000 runners. This means it is extremely rare.

Excerise induced heart attacks are supposed to be rare. So rare that the Journal of the American College of Cardiology published a study in 2014 where the researchers found that runners, regardless of how often or infrequently they trained or raced, were about 45 percent less likely to die from heart disease or stroke than non-runners.

Heart attacks are becoming so common among young people that the Canadian government wants you to know that we should expect some children to die this hockey season.

How did we come to accept that children will die playing hockey and there is simply nothing we can do about it?

In some respects it is true.  We can’t do anything about it.  The damage has been done.  Many people are walking around with heart damage and will not know it until they push their hearts hard the way high performance athletes or young hockey players do.  We cannot change the past but we can stop accepting that this is normal.  It all needs to stop.  No more boosters and no more mandates.  The people responsible for this crime must be punished.

We also need to stop denying vaccine injures.  Money needs to be allocated to finding ways of helping people who were injured.