The FDA has just authorized the use of COVID experimental gene serum injections in young children in the 5 to 11 age range. San Francisco immediately announced that it’s expanding its draconian vaccine passport program to that age group. Children as young as 5 will now be required to have their vaccine passport on them at all times in that city, otherwise their parents can’t take them anywhere.
Meanwhile, health officials in North America, South America, Europe, Australia and Asia are baffled – absolutely baffled – about why their hospitals are being overrun by young people suffering from heart-related conditions.
The answer is pretty obvious to most of us who have been paying attention to Big Pharma and the so-called “COVID vaccines.” What’s different from a year ago that could be causing so many heart attacks in young people? There’s only one thing different – and that’s the COVID shots.
Dear Parents: Please read the rest of this article before you even think of injecting these substances in your young children.
Hank Gathers was a very good basketball player at Loyola Marymount in the late 1980s. When he graduated from college, Gathers was likely going to be drafted into the NBA. Hank Gathers became world-famous in 1990. Since then, millions of words have been written about Gathers and tributes are still done in his honor at some NBA games to this day. What happened to Hank Gathers?
He fell over on the basketball court during a game and died of a heart attack at the age of 23. He wasn’t on drugs or anything. Hank Gathers just fell over and died. It was such a rare, out-of-the-ordinary occurrence that everyone talked and wrote about it for years.
Hank Gathers had tons of promise as a world-class athlete, but he suddenly died on the basketball court. Stuff like that is extremely uncommon. It’s weird. It scares people because we have a tendency to think, “If someone as athletic as Hank Gathers can suddenly die like that, I don’t stand a chance!”
The Gathers story made tons of headlines because it was such an oddball, “What are the chances?” sort of rare thing. It’s extremely unusual for young, healthy, pro-level athletes to keel over dead.
But look at what is suddenly happening in the world the last few months, now that so many athletes have been forced to get COVID shots to continue their careers.
Pro hockey player Boris Sadecki, a 24-year-old from Slovakia, had a heart attack on the ice last Friday. They resuscitated him and took him to the hospital, where he died. Turkish soccer player Fabrice NSakala, age 31, collapsed of heart problems during a game. So did Danish soccer player Wessam Ali, age 22; they had to install a pacemaker in Ali’s chest at the hospital to keep him alive.
Jens de Smet, a 27-year-old Dutch soccer player, died of a heart attack during a game in September. Jente van Genechten, a 25-year-old soccer player from Finland, had a heart attack on the field in August. French soccer player Frederic Lartillot died of a heart attack in the locker room immediately after a game. 31-year-old Benjamin Taft, who played soccer for a German team, died of a heart attack immediately after a game. 18-year-old Rune Coghe, a Belgian soccer player, had a heart attack on the field.
Helen Edwards was an assistant referee for the World Cup in September, but she had to leave a game she was officiating because she had a heart attack; her age isn’t listed, but she looks like she’s in her mid-to-late 20s. (She survived.) 33-year-old French soccer player Dimitri Lienard collapsed during a game. 33-year-old Spanish soccer star Sergio Aguero was rushed to the hospital during a game for a “cardiac event.”
Icelandic soccer player Emil Palsson, age 33, was hospitalized during a game due to cardiac arrest. French triathlete Antoine Mechin, age 31, suffered a pulmonary embolism within moments of being injected by the Moderna vaccine. Luis Ojeda, a 20-year-old soccer player from Argentina, fell over and was pronounced dead during a game. Professional cyclist Greg Luysson from Belgium, just 22 years old, had to retire from his sport because he suddenly developed a heart condition out of the blue. And 29-year-old Pedro Obiang, who played pro soccer in England, has retired due to a sudden case of myocarditis.
All of these amazing athletes got fully “vaccinated” against COVID. These were some of the healthiest people in the world, who were at basically zero risk from COVID. Even unhealthy people under the age of 70 are basically at little risk from COVID, because we’ve figured out how to effectively treat it. A 12-year-old boy has about a 1 in 10 million chance of dying from COVID, but a 1 in 2,200 chance of developing myocarditis from the “vaccines,” according to Canadian medical researchers. And now people are going to start sticking these substances in kids as young as 5?