The documentary Died Suddenly went live this week on Rumble. You can watch it here. Perhaps we are more in tune with the increase in obituaries that include the words, "died suddenly," and " died peacefully in her sleep" (at age 22? ) and other vague euphemisms because of our jaded history with vaccination injury. Whether the increase is a planned effort to depopulate or "simply" another consequence of unbridled pharmaceutical greed, it hardly matters when you bury a loved one. Do you have a story to share, someone you knew and loved, or knew of, who died under abnormal circumstances with no answers for a grieving family? We've come to "accept" the rise in death from suicide and overdoses perhaps because an answer, no matter how difficult to swallow, is better than NO answer. In time, insurance actuarial data will shed light on what's happening. Life insurers will have to pay out policies far before the expected age, and maybe, just maybe, as their bottom lines are hit, they will speak out, and take "died suddenly" from what the mainstream media calls another conspiracy theory, to a terrifying and heartbreaking truth. Let us know your thoughts. I'm not sure why the producers would launch this grim tale during Thanksgiving week. It seems macabre to me. But the grim reaper doesn't care what day it is when he appears, so perhaps this week, one in which many who watch will be grateful for having said "no," is appropriate indeed.
Another look at the rise in unexpected deaths is this book from Skyhorse Publishing and Children's Health Defense:
Cause Unknown by Edward Dowd