I’ve noticed several disturbing instances of predictive programming the past few days.
Check out these images circulating around social media from public ads and mainstream media articles:
As Canada rolls out the jab for kids 5 and up— MiOWNopinions (@MiNopinions) October 28, 2021
the programming begins
warning people that "kids have strokes too"
Gov't and the jabbers know exactly what will happen to these kids.
So what does that make them?
Mass ********* pic.twitter.com/uaSClFK3VJ
The little known heart attack that's striking 'fit and healthy' women as young as 22 https://t.co/sRa9LLOqzQ pic.twitter.com/DptvZaLPEr— New York Post (@nypost) October 27, 2021
Interesting how this wasn’t a problem before the covid vaccine came out: “Doctors’ reminder: Now, nobody is too young for a heart attack” https://t.co/MYFfa1oRBQ— Truth Post (@truthp0st) October 28, 2021
“Kids have strokes too.”
“Little known heart attack that’s striking ‘fit and healthy’ women as young as 22.”
“Nobody is too young for a heart attack.”
From the New York Post:
Spontaneous coronary artery dissection (SCAD) happens when a tear forms in a blood vessel in the heart.
The director of Mayo’s SCAD Research Program, Sharonne N. Hayes, said health care officials should not be dismissing patients who are worried.
She has spoken with a host of patients who have suffered with the issue — some in their early 20s.
She said: “Like a regular heart attack, patients may experience a range of symptoms like chest pressure, pain, and shortness of breath. But what’s different is who’s having it.”
“We don’t expect a 22-year-old to have heart attack symptoms.”
Hayes says one of the many reasons women are misdiagnosed is because clinical trials into SCAD haven’t included women.
SCAD differs from a normal heart attack in that the artery can be delicate and sometimes unraveled, whereas in a normal heart attack, patients will often have a stent or balloon inserted to open the artery.
Hayes said many medics don’t know the signs of SCAD and therefore don’t know how to treat it.
Research from the American Heart Association states that SCAD is responsible for 35 percent of heart attacks in women under the age of 50.
And The Times of India:
The most difficult part for a doctor treating a young patient of heart attack is to convince parents, who fail to understand how their supposedly healthy child could develop an ailment as serious as a heart attack so young.
Last week, when a 26-year-old man, a driver by profession, was rushed to hospital with acute chest pain, which was later diagnosed as a major heart attack, his parents had difficulty in accepting the reality, said consulting cardiologist at Victor hospital Dr Vinayaga Pandian. “The parents kept saying he was just 26. They thought a ball had hit him while playing cricket. It was nothing like that. He had suffered a heart attack, and his condition was so bad he could not walk when he was brought to the hospital. He was discharged last week after treatment,” Pandian said.
Professor and head of cardiovascular and thoracic surgery department at GMC, Dr. Shirish Borkar, said that since January 2020, he has performed 420 bypass surgeries, and that a 21-year-old man has been his youngest case in the state so far.
What’s going on here?
Why weren’t we told about these ‘rare occurrences’ before?
Notice the peculiar timing.
This barrage of ads and articles comes during two pivotal events unfolding right now.
- The rollout of boosters in the United States & UK (possibly many other countries)
- The FDA’s approval for COVID-19 jabs for children ages 5-11
If you’ve paid attention to the UK public data, the majority of COVID-19 deaths & hospitalizations occur in fully vaccinated individuals.
Watch this clip from Alex Berenson: