Consciously or not, my mission has become to spotlight injustices, authoritarian government control, societal neglect, and institutional corruption where no one is looking.
Since the start of the pandemic I have taken almost no journalistic interest in the endless waves, policy changes, and governmental restrictions on Covid. Enough journalists on both sides seem to be covering this issue.
However, on the specific issue of vaccine-induced myocarditis, I see nothing but misinformation in the media. As a young male of 20 years, this issue personally affects me since the demographic that is overwhelmingly affected adverse vaccine effects is young men under 25.
* * *I’ve been trying to find national rates of myocarditis in Canada or the United States for several weeks but haven’t been able to find a reliable dataset. However, I came across two countries that appear to be closely tracking this issue: Germany and France.
One might say, “Covid causes myocarditis. That’s what could account for the rise.”
Except, myocarditis cases dropped at the start of the Covid pandemic (Jan 2020) and kept declining for a few months afterwards (May—Sept. 2020).
What happened in the middle of last year that could have resulted in a large increase in myocarditis cases?
Perhaps the widespread administration of a medical intervention that causes a significant number of myocarditis cases (in specific demographics)?
The orange and red codes are both for myocarditis (the red is for myocarditis cases that are unspecified).
Again, anytime one brings up myocarditis from the vaccine, opponents reflexively counter with the fact that Covid also causes myocarditis.
But as this bar graph shows, myocarditis cases fell in the first year of the pandemic.
They only rose in 2021, the year vaccines were rolled out to the public.
It’s impossible to prove with 100 percent certainty, but this data strongly indicates that mass vaccination in these European nations has led to surging rates of myocarditis (cases are almost certainly concentrated in young men under the age of 40).
Just to be clear, this is not a case against vaccination. Vaccines continue to provide robust protection against severe disease and death. For those in their senior years and those who have underlying health conditions, vaccination is rightfully recommended.
There’s little debate there.
But among young men, the vaccine-induced myocarditis signal is incontrovertible. And by best available evidence, it occurs at a HIGHER frequency than infection-induced myocarditis in that age/gender demographic.
Myocarditis Is a Non-Serious, Minor Condition?For detractors who think myocarditis is no big deal and most cases are “mild,” consider a TYPICAL case of myocarditis (regardless of the cause):
1) 3-6 months of limited physical activity. No sports or athletic competition. Even carrying heavy textbooks and walking up stairs can be prohibited.
2) Being placed on medications such as beta-blockers or ACE inhibitors that can have negative side effects.
4) Life-long risk of cardiac complications.
So, yes most cases of myocarditis from the vaccine will be relatively “mild” compared to a “serious” case (heart failure or death)—just like chronic depression is relatively “mild” compared to schizophrenia.
More Pro Soccer Players With Heart ConditionsOne deeply alarming trend over the past several months is the rise in professional European soccer players being diagnosed with myocarditis and other heart conditions. Three recent examples from January ALONE:
Davies has been ruled out “for some time” by Bayern Munich coach Julian Nagelsmann after myocarditis was detected in medical tests he underwent after his recent Covid infection.
Two weeks ago, Aubameyang was bizarrely diagnosed with ”cardiac lesions” after recovering from Covid-19.
Burge is out of action for at least four-five weeks after being diagnosed with myocarditis following a Covid infection.
“It seems to happen a lot after these injections or potentially Covid, I’m not sure exactly what it is [that causes the condition],” Sunderland manager Lee Johnson told BBC.
These players add to the list of elite, world-renowned soccer players—Sergio Agüero (Barcelona), Victor Lindelöf, Kingsley Coman (Bayern Munich) among others—who are suffering from heart conditions.
I spoke to a top cardiologist based in the Bay area (who would like to remain anonymous for the safety of his career) about these cases and he thinks they’re likely caused from the vaccine given the clear signal in the data.
Yes, these cases were identified following Covid infections, but that doesn’t mean the infection caused it.
It’s highly unlikely that Covid infection is the root cause because vaccination effectively curbs against more severe Covid outcomes (such as myocarditis) and each of these players is vaccinated. Moreover, these are incredibly healthy and fit athletes of young age who are naturally well-protected from severe Covid disease and its associated symptoms such as myocarditis.
Myocarditis from Covid is already rare—and extremely rare in young, healthy, double-vaccinated people. Not to mention in professional athletes whose diet, exercise, and recovery is closely monitored.
As this cardiologist speculated, these athletes likely had some heart inflammation following vaccination that went undetected because symptoms weren’t salient enough (these are all mildest of the mildest cases). And when they recovered from Covid, they underwent rigorous medical examination and myocarditis was identified.
Now, this is just a hypothesis and there is no definitive proof but it is compelling, and I’m inclined to agree with this expert cardiologist’s analysis.
Covid just doesn’t cause heart inflammation in healthy young people (notwithstanding extreme cases in which those young people have other serious comorbidities).
"In the other years besides 2021, there were a combined total of 89217 injuries, with 100 being heart conditions (0.11%). And in 2021, there were 19912 injuries, with 44 heart conditions (0.22%). This is an increase of 100 percent in the rate of heart-related conditions."
I will continue to monitor this ongoing trend in professional soccer (the most-watched, highest-endurance sport), but the more I look, the more I want to look away.
The media will continue to mislead, obfuscate, and cover for the public health establishment.
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