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    Construction worker died after fall from ladder – why was his death blamed on COVID?


    A 51-year-old Croatian man fell off a ladder and died in a workplace accident, but his cause of death may surprise you. It wasn’t the impact of the fall or brain damage that was ultimately listed as his cause of death – it was coronavirus.


    This is according to the Journal of Forensic Pathology, who reports that the man fell off a 10-foot ladder while working on a home as part of his construction job. His external injuries were minor, including cuts and bruises, but he also experienced a subarachnoid hemorrhage, which is an often-fatal condition that entails bleeding in the space between the brain and the tissues covering the brain. The man was declared dead at the scene of the accident.


    However, the autopsy also found that significant portions of his lungs were blocked. This led scientists to conclude that he had suffered from the life-threatening Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome, or ARDS, that some COVID-19 patients are experiencing. The Journal reported that the man had been complaining of a respiratory-like illness during the days leading up to the accident. He had complained of symptoms such as fatigue, cough, fever, headache and shortness of breath but decided against seeing a doctor.


    In a post-mortem test, he tested positive for coronavirus, and the Journal wrote that his death was ruled as natural and caused by COVID-19 rather than the deadly fall. The doctors explained that because the illness stops air from flowing into the lungs, it could have caused his fall. Under World Health Organization guidelines, his death must be recorded as a COVID-19 fatality.


    Some hospitals have a financial incentive to attribute deaths to COVID


    Some state health departments in the U.S. have been coaching doctors to list COVID-19 as the cause of death in patients even if it was only suspected and the patient was not even tested. In fact, one County Health Officer in California, Gail Newell, said: “If anyone that has a COVID diagnosis dies, it automatically feeds into the database as a COVID death, even if it wasn’t a COVID death. For example, a 25-year-old dies in a motorcycle accident and then our coroner finds out that he incidentally did have COVID at the time, the state counts that as a COVID death, although he clearly died in a motorcycle accident.”


    Unfortunately, there is a major financial motivation for hospitals to pad the numbers of people who are dying from the virus. San Jose naturopathic physician Tim O’Shea said that while MediCal pays $4,600 for a pneumonia diagnosis, that jumps to around $39,000 if the patient also tests positive for COVID.


    This may also explain why a man who was killed in a
    deadly Florida motorcycle crash was also listed as a COVID-19 death in the state. When FOX 35 News questioned Orange County Health Officer Dr. Raul Pino about whether two people in their 20s listed as coronavirus deaths had underlying conditions, he responded that one had none and had actually died in a motorcycle accident, raising a lot of questions about how COVID-19 deaths are being reported there. The doctor went on to say that it could be argued that the COVID-19 actually caused him to crash.


    These stories just go to show how hard it is to trust the numbers when it comes to COVID-19. Of course it’s a deadly disease that we should all take seriously and do our best to avoid, but dying with COVID is far, far different from dying from COVID, and that is an important distinction that should be made to paint a more accurate picture of what we are dealing with.


    Construction worker died after fall from ladder – why was his death blamed on COVID?

    25 XI 2020.






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    So here's my input: I was infected with Corona in late May. It began like a normal cold but with the difference that it didn't end after a few days. So my doctor took a test and it was positive. After about one week I felt that my engery is going low, activities that didn't make problems in normal times began to become an issue. Like walking upstairs in a stairwell, lol. My taste was entirely gone, I didn't taste my drinks and my meals: Very horror-like because you're always afraid of the need to go to a hospital, with the worst possible way with intubation and stuff. I couldn't sleep because of sorrows, my brain was working and working and working. I laid in my bed for about 7 days and i was short of breath. However I disagreed with the consideration of my family and my doctor of going to a hospital. I was certain about the imagination that if I'm going to a hospital I'll leave it in a coffin. Well after about a week my antibodies regained control over my body and the symptoms became less severe.

    The one issue that I'm still fighting today is my reduced energy level and my non-existent motivation to do stuff like going out for shopping or working a 8-hours job. I'm depressed like fuck: Because of the infection and its ongoing consequences to my body and because of the restrictions in my country. There's nothing to look forward to, NOTHING!!! I assume that 2021 is still a year in which everything creating fun is forbidden. my festivals, my folk festivals...sigh and double sigh.

    So what I want to tell you is that Corona is not just a cold. Most people may have no symptoms at all or just a few light ones but it can be quite a hit to your normal life!

    I'll vaccinate as soon as possible. I may be immune atm but I'm not sure for how long. And I want my old life because right now I'm depressed as hell.

    Don't take Corona lightly. It can mess you up, it doesn't matter if you're healthy and well-trained.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Leliana View Post
    So here's my input: I was infected with Corona in late May. It began like a normal cold but with the difference that it didn't end after a few days. So my doctor took a test and it was positive......
    Yeah, sure. You realise that the test can't prove that you were "infected with Corona" - Meaning the supposedly new corona virus?!

    The symptoms aren't new neither, recall similar ones in the past. They only gave it a new name: COVID19.

    Actually that diseases was already proposed 9 years ago, by German virologist Christian Drosten. They picked up on the paper beginning of the year and used it to "explain the new disease". Meanwhile it's clear that there is no pandemic at all. Only lockdowns and other measures based on flimsy evidence. And a lot of make believe, which seems to have catched up with you as well.

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    The globalists responsible for engineering a medical tyranny across much of the Western world have something valuable to teach right-wing nationalists and would-be fascists, and that is you don’t sell your damaged product out of the barrel of a machine gun, but rather dripping from the end of a syringe that promises to end all pain and misery.

    Patrick Henry, one of America’s more outspoken Founding Fathers, famously remarked “give me liberty or give me death” when the life of his nation was on the line. Today, America’s famous battle cry has been replaced by a masked and muffled gasp that advises, without hope of a second opinion, “give me lockdowns and keep me safe.” So terrified is the American public of catching a virus that comes with a 99 percent survival rate that they are willing to forego Thanksgiving, the great national holiday commemorating – with no loss of irony – their Pilgrim ancestors’ collective courage to overcome the wild, hostile conditions of their new land.

    It must be said that no fascist party has ever been so adept when it came to sealing the collective fate of their people to a common enemy. That’s because the threat facing mankind today, or so we are told, is not some nefarious ideology, like communism, or even a terrorist organization that the masses can be rallied to fight. Rather, the threat is a microscopic contagion that is capable of invading every nook and cranny of our lives. Already the age of manly handshakes is over, replaced by an emasculated majority, while an entire generation of youth now looks at their fellow human beings as infernal germ factories.

    And unlike a traditional enemy that can be seen, attacked and eventually defeated, the coronavirus – we have been oddly forewarned – will make landfall again and again, while regularly morphing with comic book abilities into an increasingly deadlier villain. In this landless battle, only the medical authorities are decorated as heroes, while the people, lacking the professional credentials, are forced to be passive and helpless onlookers, their freedom of movement severely constrained. More importantly, the forces of nationalism have become irrelevant; only a globalist, one-world-order response can defeat this pandemic.

    (...)
    Rest at the above link.
    The sense of honor is of so fine and delicate a nature that
    it is only to be met with in minds which are naturally noble or
    cultivated by good examples and a refined education.
    - Sir Richard Steele

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