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Benjamin Franklin is quoted as stating that “nothing is certain except death and taxes.” The quote originally was reference to the durability of our U.S. Constitution.
If you’ve read anything that I have written here before in this column, then you know that I hold our Constitution sacred, but let me take a moment to change which soapbox I shall stand upon and talk about death. Specifically, the sudden number of high-profile deaths among celebrities and athletes in this post-COVID-19 vaccination world.
First, I am NOT a conspiracy theorist. I am a historian. I look up information and then tie information together to reach a reasonable consensus upon a topic. According to information that I can ascertain from internet sources, as of January 4, 2023, more than 665 million COVID-19 vaccine doses had been administered in the United States. With the estimated total population of the entirety of all 50 states; Washington, D.C.; and all territories at 336.9 million, this would imply that 100% of the population of these United States and territories were vaccinated with a first vaccine, and then 97.4% of the population were vaccinated with a second dose.
The number of COVID-19 doses reported becomes even more confusing when the CDC states that only 262,908,216 people have, or 79% of the population (of just the 50 states, not including D.C. or territories) has, received at least one dose. One then wonders where the additional doses administered were administered, and correspondingly, what percentage of the whole of the U.S. population refused to trust the government hype, and remains un-vaxxed?
Even though the math doesn’t add up for me, for the record, it is officially reported that in Alabama 3,135,199 people, or 64% of the state has received at least one dose. Only 968,349 people (or 20%) of those who had received a first dose, also received a booster dose. Leaving 2,557,143 people (or 52%) of Alabama’s population considered as fully vaccinated.
These numbers imply that the official reports are using an outdated 4.88 million estimated population number from about 2018 instead of Alabama’s current estimated total population of 5.07 million people. Also, for the record, Alabama’s reported numbers are on par with our border states of Georgia, Tennessee and Mississippi, but for all these states, lower than for Florida to our south.
During a recent Monday Night Football game, after tackling the wide receiver for the Cincinnati Bengals, 24-year-old Damar Hamlin, the “safety” for the Buffalo Bills, collapsed on the field and required immediate emergency medical treatment. This, however, was not the first instance of a player collapsing on the field in recent times, as reports and video are widely available with a simple internet search.
While the experts remain entirely baffled at what is causing hundreds of athletes to suddenly collapse, they seem absolutely positive that it is not what you think it is.
The current life expectancy for humans on our earth raised to 72.98 years in 2022; with a Bell Curve applied, there should be equal amounts exceeding the average as those who fall short, with a rapid taper the further one gets away from the mean. Since I myself just turned 60 years of age, let me list a few worldwide deaths of high-profile athletes that have died at age 60 or under in just the first two weeks of 2023:
– Shaye Al-Nafisah, 60, Saudi Arabian footballer, cause of death undetermined.
– Gino Odjick, 52, Canadian ice hockey player, died of heart attack.
– Sidharth Sharma, 28, Indian cricketer, cause of death unannounced.
– Lee Tinsley, 53, American baseball player, cause of death unannounced.
– Jesus Toral López, 54, Mexican professional wrestler, cause of death unannounced.
– Ahmaad Galloway, 42, American football player, cause remains undetermined.
– Georgy Shayduko, 60, Russian sailor, Olympic silver medalist (1996), cardiac arrest.
– Modeste M’bami, 40, Cameroonian footballer, Olympic champion (2000), heart attack.
– Sinikiwe Mpofu, 37, Zimbabwean cricket player and coach, cause remains undetermined.
– Omar Berdiýew, 43, Turkmen footballer, cause of death unannounced.
If I were to include in this list all of the high-profile athletes who died similarly under age 60 in 2022, the list would be about 26 times longer. In contrast to the above deaths, Matt Le Tissier, a former professional footballer (soccer) who was an eight-time player for the England National Football Team, stated that he “never saw one player in his entire career; in 17 years, not just matches, but training five days a week for 17 years; not one player did he see with a heart problem, not one!”
The experts claim that there is no evidence conclusively connecting the COVID-19 vaccination to any sudden medical emergencies or deaths among athletes or others. If true, one must then ask, is there any other possible common denominator other than the COVID-19 vaccine that was relentlessly pushed by government entities around the world?
What made this article difficult to put together was that for every opinion that pointed toward the COVID-19 vaccine as being a possible cause, there was equal opinion stating those first opinions were merely conspiracies. As a retired career serviceman, who was the son of a retired career serviceman and grandson to two retired career servicemen and two career civilian government employees, I have witnessed a thing or two and have a reasonable hint at what our government is capable of.
At this time, I do not have enough evidence either pro or con to steer me either way, but based upon my knowledge of what the government has done before, what it keeps hidden, and what it is capable of, I must resort to the cliches of “where there is smoke, there is fire,” and “if it walks like a duck, and quacks like a duck, then it must be a duck.” But that is my decision for me to make for myself.
What I ask of you, the reader, is to ask the hard questions and examine all evidence before assuming that any alleged fact that you may be fed is or is not valid, and then decide for yourself what the most plausible answer is.