It’s the Greatest Crime Scene in History — For the first time the (previously) healthy employed are becoming less healthy than the unemployed

Posted by freedomforall 3 weeks, 6 days ago to Government
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"Ed Dowd is the former BlackRock executive, who has been drawing attention to the excess death data. As a Wall Street trader he likes to find and arbitrage the realities that aren’t well known so he can bet against the realities that aren’t real. And so he found himself last year looking at death trends that were off the charts. At this point the trader turned into a human trying to warn hundreds of CEO’s of insurance companies (among others) but they did not want to know…

Of the 3.2 million newly disabled in the USA, it’s remarkable (though sad) that 1.7 million came from the employed sector. Normally working people are the healthiest group — but since February 2021 their disability rate is up 31%. That compares to a rise of just 9% across the “general population”. And in a complete turnaround — those who quit or got fired — normally the sickest ones — their disability rate rose only 4%.

So something changed. What could it be, we wonder that took place in 2021 and caused more of those who stayed in their jobs to become disabled. Why was quitting work or being fired a seeming benefit to your health… unless it was medical experiments mandated by bosses?

His interview with Tucker Carlson is well worth watching. It’s food for the soul to see good men solving problems. And that’s even though they’re discussing death, corruption and fraud. There’s something hopeful about this that suggests that honest smart players are finding their feet."

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  • Posted by 25n56il4 3 weeks, 5 days ago
    My Primary Care Provider was a highly regarded physician at Methodist Hospital in Houston. He was Chief of Staff of one of their hospitals. He told me not to take the vax and Methodist fired 157 doctors and nurses and now they are fiercely understaffed and offering $15,000 hiring bonuses He took early retirement to his ranch.
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