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Any time I've had the flu I've had night sweats. Also, cold clammy sweats can be a precursor to a heart attack (not always). Cue Myocarditis and the fall out from that...

We should have a poll on what the next symptom will be...haha.

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2 hours ago, Doc said:

This article is very telling. I 100% believe 'Covid' is intentional poisoning via airborne aerosols now. I don't think this was the case in 2020/2021. I think they switched out FLU back then but due to low jab uptake they have just decided to straight up poison us with heavy metals from the air. This is being done in a localised way in order to have localised 'waves' and justify some dark shit this winter.

 

The fact that this https://www.thedailybeast.com/how-covid-19-could-hit-you-harder-with-each-reinfection?via=rss&source=articles_fancylink

 article talks about 'Covid' becoming worse with each subsequent infection flies in the face of their own theories about viral evolution and immunity. It's poisoning and it's cumulative.

Further to my comment. This picture is of private aircraft paths on the 17th June this year. I believe this is the day that they seeded the current 'wave'. This fits uncannily with when the festival where I live was on. It has been blamed for the local outbreak. The planes in question are quite often from Europe and follow very unconventional paths for leisure and hobby flights. It's not the chemtrails we should be watching. It's small, light aircraft following strange grid like paths at lower altitudes.

 

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13 minutes ago, Doc said:

can vouch for the night sweat thing. Was drenched 3 nights last week. I now fully subscribe to terrain theory

theres an idea that ones body is retaining too much water

The fever , raising temp , is an emergency measure to evaporate water out.

the normal mechanism to regulate water concentration has failed ( cell salts)

 

thats one reason why i stopped giving the kids paracetamol to reduce fever.

 

n.b a friend used to swear blind that going for a five mile run would cure his illness. the sweating was probably part of it

 

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16 minutes ago, Beaujangles said:

Any time I've had the flu I've had night sweats. Also, cold clammy sweats can be a precursor to a heart attack (not always). Cue Myocarditis and the fall out from that...

We should have a poll on what the next symptom will be...haha.

yes, the body is in emergency mode . tripping all the fail safes...unfortunately alot of peoples fail safes are not maintained but broken. 

 

increased blood pressure is the transport system in overdrive

the heart is the regulator 

the clammyness could be blocked pores causing a build up of water being purged from the body

 

allopathy views a fever as a malfunctioning body causing dehydration.

 

 

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Night sweats can be a sign of any infection at all. When I was bad with them some time ago, I'd assumed it to be menopause, but it turned out to be an abscess that was missed when I'd complained to my dentist. And when I get tonsilitis every few years, I get so feverish that I literally halucinate which is apparently caused by dehydration. One of those hallucinations was when I'd stripped my dripping wet bedding off during the night to put fresh on because I couldn't bear it, and was shouting at my then husband because as I was passing it him to put in the laundrey basket he was letting it fall to the floor - which is because he wasn't actually there. He only came in to find out what I was shouting about.

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49 minutes ago, Doc said:

Further to my comment. This picture is of private aircraft paths on the 17th June this year. I believe this is the day that they seeded the current 'wave'. This fits uncannily with when the festival where I live was on. It has been blamed for the local outbreak. The planes in question are quite often from Europe and follow very unconventional paths for leisure and hobby flights. It's not the chemtrails we should be watching. It's small, light aircraft following strange grid like paths at lower altitudes.

 

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If anyone is interested in a snoop on the air radar here is the link...

https://globe.adsbexchange.com/

You can just click on any aerial vehicle and it will give you it's flight path from take off, live. The picture above is from this site.

 

Military aircraft are on there too. It's very interesting to say the least.. lots of massive foreign military aircraft knocking about lately...many of them flying in from Iceland?!

 

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1 hour ago, zArk said:

theres an idea that ones body is retaining too much water

The fever , raising temp , is an emergency measure to evaporate water out.

the normal mechanism to regulate water concentration has failed ( cell salts)

 

thats one reason why i stopped giving the kids paracetamol to reduce fever.

 

n.b a friend used to swear blind that going for a five mile run would cure his illness. the sweating was probably part of it

 

This is worth a read Zark. 

https://carolinecoram.substack.com/p/the-battle-field?r=ojs1r&s=w

 

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2 hours ago, Beaujangles said:

Any time I've had the flu I've had night sweats. Also, cold clammy sweats can be a precursor to a heart attack (not always). Cue Myocarditis and the fall out from that...

We should have a poll on what the next symptom will be...haha.

Often, night sweats are a sign of a hormone imbalance - think menopause - so is that a side effect of the jib jab, I wonder??

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Alberta Reports 'Unprecedented Increase in Ill-Defined and Unknown Causes of Death in 2021'

Deaths with "unknown" and "ill-defined" causes are now the Canadian province of Alberta's top killer, CTV News reports.

 

Even though the causes of death are "ill-defined and unknown," CTV News elected to blame covid.

"I think it's probably multifactorial, so there's probably many things playing into that," said Dr. Daniel Gregson, an associate professor in the Cumming School of Medicine at the University of Calgary, specializing in infectious diseases and microbiology.

Gregson believes those factors include lack of resources to determine the cause of death in certain cases, delayed access to healthcare services and post-COVID complications.

"We have this impression of surviving COVID and that's the end of it, and that's not necessarily true," he told CTV News.

Gregson points to a large study out of the U.S. that found people who had COVID-19 are at a higher risk of heart disease, stroke, pulmonary embolisms and death compared to those who haven't been infected. The risk is even higher for those who end up in hospital or the ICU with COVID.

"We do expect that there will be deaths that aren't directly related to COVID, but indirectly related to COVID to occur after the diagnosis in patients after the first month of infection," he said.

"One would expect that some of those patients are going to survive the COVID and then die at home from other complications."

http://www.informationliberation.com/?id=63193

 

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US households report twice as many vaccine deaths as COVID fatalities: poll

 

More than twice as many Americans have lost a household member to a Covid vaccine injury as have lost one to Covid.

That’s the shocking finding of a new poll of 1,500 Americans carried out by the polling company Pollfish.

 

While 3.6% of respondents said someone in their household had died from COVID-19, 7.9% said one had died as a result of Covid vaccination.

The poll also found that 8.5% said they had been injured by their vaccination, 5% that they had sought medical help and 3.3% that they had been hospitalised, the same proportion who said that as a result of vaccination they were no longer able to work a full day or at all. These are percentages of all respondents. If we look only at the 74.3% vaccinated with at least one dose then the figures, as a proportion of vaccinated persons, are 11.5% injured, 6.8% needing medical help, 4.5% hospitalised and 4.5% unable to work.

https://dailysceptic.org/2022/07/07/twice-as-many-vaccine-deaths-as-covid-deaths-in-u-s-households-poll-finds/

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2 hours ago, skitzorat said:

Alberta Reports 'Unprecedented Increase in Ill-Defined and Unknown Causes of Death in 2021'

Deaths with "unknown" and "ill-defined" causes are now the Canadian province of Alberta's top killer, CTV News reports.

 

Even though the causes of death are "ill-defined and unknown," CTV News elected to blame covid.

"I think it's probably multifactorial, so there's probably many things playing into that," said Dr. Daniel Gregson, an associate professor in the Cumming School of Medicine at the University of Calgary, specializing in infectious diseases and microbiology.

Gregson believes those factors include lack of resources to determine the cause of death in certain cases, delayed access to healthcare services and post-COVID complications.

"We have this impression of surviving COVID and that's the end of it, and that's not necessarily true," he told CTV News.

Gregson points to a large study out of the U.S. that found people who had COVID-19 are at a higher risk of heart disease, stroke, pulmonary embolisms and death compared to those who haven't been infected. The risk is even higher for those who end up in hospital or the ICU with COVID.

"We do expect that there will be deaths that aren't directly related to COVID, but indirectly related to COVID to occur after the diagnosis in patients after the first month of infection," he said.

"One would expect that some of those patients are going to survive the COVID and then die at home from other complications."

http://www.informationliberation.com/?id=63193

 

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Well, "ill-defined and unknown causes" might be #1, but #2s down to #7 look very jabby to me as well.

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16 minutes ago, Anti Facts Sir said:

Well, "ill-defined and unknown causes" might be #1, but #2s down to #7 look very jabby to me as well.

I'd say they all look jab related, potentially. Traditional vaccines are known to cause diabetes too. Some doctors who speak out against jabs believe pretty much everyone who's ever had a vaccine is damaged by it to some degree, they're just unaware of the cause usually. Even things like irritability could well be vaccine induced low-level brain damage.

 

And problems often only surface years later, when it's even harder to prove a link.  It's basically impossible to prove a jab harmed you in any case as far as I can see. In many ways it's the perfect crime.

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Excellent Australian vaccine documentary from 1998 feat. Viera Scheibner among many others.

 

edit- I forget the Dr's name but he talks about the low level brain damage in this documentary (and diabetes I think). Only  researchers/Drs who are prepared to look at the data seriously with an open mind spot the links, most GPs etc. obviously don't.. This documentary features quite a few Australian Drs, and is very informative.

 

Vaccination The Hidden Truth

https://www.bitchute.com/video/MneBbcG0DqPI/

(1h 30m)

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3 hours ago, skitzorat said:

Alberta Reports 'Unprecedented Increase in Ill-Defined and Unknown Causes of Death in 2021'

Deaths with "unknown" and "ill-defined" causes are now the Canadian province of Alberta's top killer, CTV News reports.

 

Even though the causes of death are "ill-defined and unknown," CTV News elected to blame covid.

"I think it's probably multifactorial, so there's probably many things playing into that," said Dr. Daniel Gregson, an associate professor in the Cumming School of Medicine at the University of Calgary, specializing in infectious diseases and microbiology.

Gregson believes those factors include lack of resources to determine the cause of death in certain cases, delayed access to healthcare services and post-COVID complications.

"We have this impression of surviving COVID and that's the end of it, and that's not necessarily true," he told CTV News.

Gregson points to a large study out of the U.S. that found people who had COVID-19 are at a higher risk of heart disease, stroke, pulmonary embolisms and death compared to those who haven't been infected. The risk is even higher for those who end up in hospital or the ICU with COVID.

"We do expect that there will be deaths that aren't directly related to COVID, but indirectly related to COVID to occur after the diagnosis in patients after the first month of infection," he said.

"One would expect that some of those patients are going to survive the COVID and then die at home from other complications."

http://www.informationliberation.com/?id=63193

 

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so they will blame it all on the virus.

im pretty sure people will realize soon enough… or not. Truly tragic. It shouldnt be that ignorance these days can literally kill you.  But here we are and people in the know cannot do anything about it. 

I can see all around me people starting to be open to the idea of some BS going on. Very few i met nowadays arent ultra sceptical of the official narrative to take more boosters to be protected. Most people realized that they got covid even when doubled vaxxed. The narrative that boosters protect you dont fly for most of the populace.

 

they will need either to raise the alarm levels to ninja covid levels, or find something else but the business of nonstop vaccine will simply not work.

 

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3 hours ago, Anti Facts Sir said:

Well, "ill-defined and unknown causes" might be #1, but #2s down to #7 look very jabby to me as well.

“Ill defined”

what do they mean?

 

if its not stroke, heart attacks, and all the other defined cause, what was the cause of death ruled has? Died in their sleep? Collapsed without signifying chest pain? Can anyone explain what ill defined means?

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Any *conspiracy theorists* out there have any idea what's going on?

 

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Victoria’s ambulance service reported a code red in Melbourne overnight, with ambulance ramping at a major hospital and a shortage of specialised paramedics

 

Sunday morning’s code red was the seventh emergency escalation called by the service this year.

 

“There hasn’t been any trends really identified ... it just seemed to be an increase in that surge in calls that really put pressure on us at that moment in time,”

 

Ambulance Victoria said there had been about 170 Paramedics furloughed every day this week due to COVID-19, contributing to Sunday morning’s code red.

https://www.theage.com.au/national/victoria/ambulance-victoria-calls-code-red-on-soul-destroying-night-for-paramedics-20220710-p5b0ho.html

 

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11 hours ago, oddsnsods said:

Honk!

 

Superb!

 

I get local news dropping into my emails daily, and the latest was telling me to panic because Monkey Pox has been confirmed in Chorley (my place of birth & I now live a couple of miles away) Blackburn, and 'South Ribble'. South Ribble isn't even a town, it's an area that incorporates a number of towns & villages, so that vagueness tells me it's just unresearched repetition of gobbledegook. Nothing has come to light that would dissuade me from the belief that it's bugger all to do with Monkey Pox and everything to do with the Jabberwocky.

 

Let's see how long it takes for this so called Guyanan Marberg outbreak to seep across the globe. We know it's an excuse for more jabbing, and probably a cover up for side effects of the jabs already delivered, or it might be paving the way for the side effects of the new and improved jab that's coming to combat the pretend increase in Covid spread. That's one evil set of symptoms, with an exremely high fatality rate. 

 

 

 

 

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Highest Vaccinated Counties in Hungary Have Worst Birth Rate Drops in 2022

https://igorchudov.substack.com/p/hungary-most-vaccinated-counties

 

This is a within-country comparison, comparing Hungarians to Hungarians, for the same time period.

Vaccination Rate in Hungary by county as of July 13, 2021

https://hungarytoday.hu/hungary-county-vaccination-rates-covid/

 

Change in Birth Rate in Hungary by County for Q1 2022

https://www.ksh.hu/stadat_files/nep/en/nep0067.html

 

Igor took the time time to prepare this map of Hungary with COVID-19 vaccination data as of July 13, 2021, with birth rate changes overlaid and listed as BLUE (for declines) or RED (for increases).

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After assessing and meticulously assembling thousands of pieces of evidence over the past two years, I have concluded the only logical answers to the above (many many) questions are:

  1. PROFIT: accomplishing the largest wealth transfer from the middle class to the super-wealthy/super-rich in history;

  2. POWER: setting the stage for The Great Reset and a global technocratic one-world tyranny; and

  3. DEMOCIDE: reducing the population to “save the planet.”

https://margaretannaalice.substack.com/p/a-mostly-peaceful-depopulation?r=l2dy4&s=w

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5 hours ago, Youknownothingbutyou said:

“Ill defined”

what do they mean?

 

if its not stroke, heart attacks, and all the other defined cause, what was the cause of death ruled has? Died in their sleep? Collapsed without signifying chest pain? Can anyone explain what ill defined means?

 

Something they weren't prepared to file under one of those causes, I guess. Maybe there were multiple possible reasons and they couldn't decided on one.

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