Fans suffer Medical Emergencies at 3 football matches on two consecutive nights

How can the media continue to ignore the severity of the consequences of the emergency use only gene altering clot-shot?

Aston Villa verses Newcastle on Monday 14th, Burton Albion verses Bolton Wanderers and Doncaster verses Lincoln on the 15th Feb: All games temporarily halted due to medical emergencies in the crowd.


We are now seeing or hearing about shocking events like this almost every week, when you might have seen something like this perhaps once in a whole season.


The disgraceful, disingenuous and disgustingly biased BBC went to extraordinary lengths to find excuses for these terrible occurrences. They said that collapses at football matches and indeed at other major sporting occasions where large crowds gather have always happened and are nothing unusual, but in the past, games were never halted to treat the victims, so now the stoppages in play are making the number of these dreadful medical emergencies seem to be more frequent.

Another bizzare explanation Was Too Much Excitement and an abundance of adrenaline being their most unbelievable excuse. Well believe you me, the last thing you could ever describe a Burton Albion match as is exciting. Fans are usually huddled together for warmth on the terraces.


But seriously, where is the media outrage? Where is the investigative reporting exposing the scandal of vaccine adverse reactions? The terrible truth is being swept under the carpet - “nothing to see here”. All mainstream media is complicit in the cover-up. They are being paid handsomely by the government to look the other way.

New research in Israel has reported a 5-fold increase in sudden cardiac and unexplained deaths among FIFA players in 2021.


Since December, 183 professional athletes and coaches have suddenly collapsed, with 108 dead.


The investigation revealed that most of the athletes were males, with only 15 females, and the vast majority being 17-40 years of age. Only 21 are older (5 aged 42-45, six aged 46-49, 7 aged 51-54, and 3 others aged 60-64). 23 were teenagers, aged 12-17, of whom 16 died.


The investigation also revealed in over 80 of the cases, such as football stars Sergio Aguero and Christian Eriksen, the athletes collapsed while playing, racing, or training, or immediately after. Scientific literature calls the phenomenon of athletes collapsing for reasons unrelated to injury rare.


In most cases, the cause of the collapse was heart-related, including myocarditis, pericarditis, heart attacks, or cardiac arrest, with the second most prevalent cause being clotting events.


Real-Time News emphasized that: “the list we have is even longer, but for the sake of caution, dozens of cases were removed, for which we did not have full details, so that only cases that were reported in detail were included.”


They continued: “in addition, cases were removed in which evidence of previous risk factors was mentioned, such as cardiac disease or diabetes.


To get a better picture of the data compared to previous years, Real-Time News only looked at data relating to deaths among athletes registered with FIFA, and compared the data regarding the number of sudden cardiac death (SCD)/sudden unexplained death (SUD) among athletes in previous years, to the number of cases in 2021.


To find out how many deaths actually occurred during the last two decades among FIFA players (2001-2020), they used Wikipedia – “List of association footballers who died while playing”. To know how many cases occurred in 2021, they used the list collected by Real-Time News that includes the cases noted in Wikipedia for 2021.


Hebrew University Institute of Criminology Department of Sociology and Anthropology senior lecturer Dr. Josh Guetzkow analyzed the data and told Real-Time News: “An article published in the British Medical Journal shows that the risk of SCD is one in 50,000, with a range from one in 30,000 to one in 80,000.” He continued: “According to FIFA data, in 2000 there were 242,000 athletes registered in the association, and in 2006 there were 265,000 athletes registered. Assuming FIFA has not changed significantly in twenty years, we can expect about 5 deaths a year.”


According to Wikipedia, under “List of association footballers who died while playing”, in 2001-2020 there was an average of 4.2 deaths per year attributed to SCD or SUD, the vast majority being SCD. In contrast, in 2021, according to Real-Time News‘ list, there were 21 cases of SCD/SUD among FIFA players. In other words, instead of 4 SCD/SUD deaths per year (according to Wikipedia data), or 5 cases per year (calculated according to the BMJ) during 2001-2020, 21 players have died so far this year.


The list of more than 183 athletes who collapsed and/or died since December 2020 can be seen on another blog post on this site.

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