Prepare for a lot of sarcasm in what you’re about to read, because we’ve had it up to here with our lying health officials. Almost 90% of Canadians are vaccinated against the coronavirus as of August 17th this year, which is great news. Hardly anyone will be able to catch COVID-19 now, since the shots are 100% effective. Unfortunately, there’s a new killer stalking the province of Alberta. A new cause of death that wasn’t even a Top 10 cause of death in 2019 has now skyrocketed to take the #1 spot in all-cause mortality there. What’s the name of the new leading cause of death in Alberta? “Unknown Cause.”
Canadian provinces released their all-cause mortality reports for 2021 this month, and the new leading killer of Canadians was a bit of a shocker. 3,362 Albertans died of Unknown Cause in 2021. The next closest killer was dementia, which claimed 2,135 lives in 2021. The #3 cause of death was COVID-19, which is weird because almost everyone up there is vaccinated. They must have had that “pandemic of the unvaccinated” that Joe Biden was warning us about.
Numbers 4,5,6, and 7 on Alberta’s all-cause mortality list were various forms of heart disease. Diabetes, strokes and drug ODs round out the Top 10.
But what accounts for those 3,362 Albertans who died from Unknown Cause? And by the way, what unfortunate timing! Just when they were almost out of the woods with COVID by getting nearly everyone vaccinated, along comes this new problem! That’s such a terrible coincidence.
Let’s see what the medical experts in Alberta are saying about this strange phenomenon. Because as we all know, medical experts are the most trusted sources to turn to when we have a medical mystery on our hands. Dr. Daniel Gregson is an associate professor at the Cumming School of Medicine at the University of Calgary. He’s an expert in microbiology and infectious disease. Here’s his hot take on the spike in Unknown Cause killing lots of Albertans:
“I think it’s probably multifactorial, so there’s probably many things playing into that.”
Dr. Gregson so willing to stake his reputation on that opinion that he used the word “probably” twice in one sentence! Plus, he gave us a definitive answer as to why so many people are dying from Unknown Cause. It’s multifactorial! It’s many things!
Dr. Gregson then goes on to claim that “long COVID” is the cause of all the Unknown Cause deaths. It’s hard to know what to think of this so-called long COVID thing. Steve Kirsch makes a compelling case that long COVID is real. Alex Berenson makes a compelling case that long COVID is an anxiety-induced mental condition. They’re two of the leading “vaccine skeptics” in America and they can’t agree on whether it’s real, so I dunno either.
I have a sneaking suspicion, however, that “long COVID” is not what’s causing so many deaths from Unknown Cause in Alberta. I also wonder if the Unknown Cause death numbers are being bolstered by deaths from Suddenly. The data is unclear.
The most likely culprit is extremely obvious to those of us who have been paying attention since the rollout of the COVID shots. Just looking at the headline of this article, we automatically know what’s happening in Alberta, Canada.
Vampires are on the loose. It’s vampires, isn’t it? No? Is it something else?
If it’s not vampires and it’s not Suddenly, then what could possibly be causing all of these Unknown Cause deaths?!
The main provincial medical office – Alberta Health – and the province’s medical examiner aren’t much help in figuring out this bewildering mystery, either. Both say they are looking at the data, but they’re baffled thus far.
What’s really happening? The medical establishment in Canada knows that it’s guilty of crimes against humanity, so they’re going to pretend that this puzzle really doesn’t have a solution. It has to be something – anything – other than the one thing that they forced almost 90% of their citizens to inject themselves with in 2021. So, it’s climate change, or it’s eating breakfast, or it’s skipping breakfast, or it’s watching soccer, or it’s drinking too much booze. Any excuse except for the one obvious culprit, and we all know what that is.