A strange new medical anomaly has doctors baffled as it sweeps across the country. Sudden Adult Death Syndrome (SADS) is on the rise, and it’s tragically claiming the lives of healthy young adults, sometimes in their sleep.
Essentially, people are dying without displaying any prior sign of illness. They simply do not wake up after going to bed, or collapse during the day.
Reports of SADS have been increasing in recent weeks. A news.com web piece explains that, ‘Sudden Adult Death Syndrome … is an umbrella term to describe unexpected deaths in young people, usually under 40, when a post-mortem can find no obvious cause of death.’
The Melbourne-based Baker Heart and Diabetes Institute hopes to roll out a nation-wide registry to track cases.
‘In our registry, there are approximately 750 cases per year of people aged under 50 in Victoria suddenly having their heart stop (a cardiac arrest). Of these, approximately 100 young people per year will have no cause found even after extensive investigations such as a full autopsy (the SADS phenomenon).’
Apparently, SADS is now so common that the medical authorities must quickly develop a national registry to track SADS cases.
A Health Desk article published on June 7 notes that, ‘Most scientists think SADS is caused by a heart condition that interferes with the heart’s electrical system.’
Ah, so it’s a heart condition. Interesting.
It’s unfortunate that no sooner have we gone through a pandemic that a condition synonymous with ‘people dying of heart conditions for no apparent reason’ is on the rise. Is this simply terrible luck for the human species, or did something happen between the beginning of Covid and the emergence of this new epidemic that might explain it? In other words, what changed between then and now that might be affecting people’s hearts? Surely, any rational, objective, and truth-seeking person would ask this question…
Except, questions are becoming increasingly difficult to ask in a censorial medical world protective of its assets.
We are not really allowed to ask if these deaths in otherwise healthy young adults have anything to do with the last two years of abnormal health orders or the entry onto the market of new technology with limited long-term safety information.
What we do know is that mRNA vaccines have been linked to an alarming amount of deaths during a three-month trial period conducted by Pfizer in documents that they sought to suppress for 75 years – a request that was denied by the judge.
We also know that these vaccines are officially – according to vaccine safety regulators, manufacturers, and investigations conducted between 2020-22 – connected to a rise in cardiac problems such as myocarditis and pericarditis, along with a range of other health issues including neurological disorders and sometimes death.
The New York Times previously published an article discussing the link:
Federal officials are reviewing nearly 800 cases of rare heart problems following immunization with the coronavirus vaccines made by Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna, according to data presented at a vaccine safety meeting on Thursday.
Not all of the cases are likely to be verified or related to vaccines, and experts believe the benefits of immunization far outweigh the risk of these rare complications. But the reports have worried some researchers. More than half of the heart problems were reported in people ages 12 to 24, while the same age group accounted for only 9 percent of the millions of doses administered.
“We clearly have an imbalance there,” said Dr. Tom Shimabukuro, a vaccine expert at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention who presented the data.
It is also true that Australian healthcare professionals were told by AHPRA not to undermine the Covid vaccine program in any way lest they lose their medical licenses.
These are the same vaccines that were mandated by public health order or corporate directions, resulting in over 90 per cent of the adult population taking at least one (but almost certainly two or more) doses within the last couple of years.
It is becoming increasingly obvious where we should be looking when it comes to all these ‘co-incidental’ spikes in diseases and deaths that have come out of nowhere in the last two years. If we were approaching science objectively and rationally, it would be permissible to ask questions of vaccine manufacturers – even if only to rule them out, once and for all, as the culprit.
However, these are not solely questions of science, but also of money, business, and political reputation. Organisations such as the TGA have not exactly been eager to investigate situations that could call into question their previous judgment (even though they have a history of making mistakes regarding medical safety).
Instead, we are being told to accept the sudden rise in SADS and the deaths of young people without investigation. After all, no one wants to be called a conspiracy theorist or an anti-vaxxer.
The Health Desk article mentioned above anticipates the questions of the ‘conspiracy theorists’ and explains:
Vaccines have not been associated or linked to sudden death in adults or children in general. Myocarditis, inflammation of the heart muscle, has been associated in extremely rare cases following some vaccination efforts but cardiac issues following a COVID-19 diagnosis are common.
The incidence of COVID-19 in communities is closely linked with higher numbers of sudden cardiac arrest incidence and lower survival rates. In fact, the Sudden Arrhythmia Death Syndromes Foundation recommends that all SADS patients receive a COVID-19 vaccination.
If this is meant to inspire confidence in the Covid vaccines, it does a poor job.
Myocarditis is not ‘extremely rare’ after a Covid vaccination in the way that childhood vaccines produced almost unheard of side effects. Even if the TGA’s figures related to Covid vaccines and heart conditions are taken at face value despite complaints of missing data, it’s clear that developing heart-related conditions after receiving a Covid vaccine is common enough to warrant some countries to put age limits on certain brands.
The missing information that would help to clear this situation up would be the vaccination status of those who are tragically dying to clear up whether it really is a Covid infection (as explained away by some medical journals) or vaccination.
People don’t die without any cause at all, yet the past year or so has seen a lot of people ‘die suddenly’, often from heart attacks, have you noticed? It is not only in Australia. These rises are being seen across the Western world causing enough concern to warrant medical investigations.
If we care about truth at all, these questions have to be asked.
Source – https://spectator.com.au/2022/06/sudden-adult-death-syndrome-baffles-doctors/