Source: Susan Duclos

Ever notice how seated politicians, excluding the random one here and there, seem to live far longer than the normal average life span of the general populace?

Even over in England the Queen is 95 years old, and her husband who recently passed was 99 years old.

American politicians also seem to live long, just look at the politicians at this link, updated in 2020.

Former President Jimmy Carter, 96. His wife, 94. Dianne Feinstein, 88.


I could go on and on and on just using American politicians, current and former, but the point is their average life span appears to be far longer than the general populace, moreso than what superior medical care can explain.

Many would argue that members of congress and world leaders have access to better healthcare than the average citizen, and that is a point well made, but the largeness of the average gap between the so-called “elite” lifespan in comparison to the rest of the population, goes far past that argument.

What use to be mocked as a “conspiracy theory,” has now been reported by multiple news outlets including New York TimesNew York Post, NewsweekBBC, and many others.

Using young blood to prolong the life of the older.

Via the BBC, in a piece with the headline “The super rich are injecting blood from teenagers to gain ‘immortality’”

Because the super-wealthy are now pumping themselves with the blood of young people in an attempt to prevent themselves from ageing.

Over 100 people have participated in a clinical trial at a San Francisco start-up offering blood transfusions for older patients. Each procedure costs $8,000 (£6,200) and sees the patient injected with two and a half litres of plasma – the liquid element of blood that remains after other cells have been removed – taken from young people.

The procedure is being offered as an experimental attempt at rejuvenating the elderly. The median age of the patients is 60 years.

Jesse Karmazin, 32, a Stanford-trained scientist who founded the US clinic, told The Sunday Times that the initial results from his patients had been encouraging.

“It could help improve things such as appearance or diabetes or heart function or memory. These are all the aspects of ageing that have a common cause.

“I’m not really in the camp of saying this will provide immortality but I think it comes pretty close, essentially.”

Whelp, so much for conspiracy theory, eh?

Interestingly we see fact checkers using claims that the wealthy “drink” young blood to remain younger and in better health, then state the claim is false, but we aren’t talking about drinking it. We are talking about young blood being introduced into the body of the older.

I don’t care if they drink it, snort it, or inject it, the fact is many of the wealthy are using young blood to remain young themselves.

So, now we have established that it is not a conspiracy and that people are studying the effects of young blood on human beings, which brings us to the question of whether our nation’s politicians have been using young blood in order to live longer.