Since the rollout of the experimental Covid-19 vaccines, there has been a rise in a variety of cardiovascular conditions affecting people of all ages. In the midst of this, corporate media has largely neglected to question this increase, choosing instead to publish an unusual amount of articles warning of mundane activities causing risk of heart attack or stroke.
The World Council for Health (WCH) has called for an immediate end of the promotion and use of Covid-19 injections due to a plethora of reasons, one being the very real risk of cardiovascular problems. WCH previously released a statement on the risk of myocarditis after injection in children.
Corporate media as a whole has neglected to report on the reality of these experimental injections including the risks and the real-life consequences. For example, U.S. Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) data from December 2020 to January 2022, shows 578 cases of myocarditis and pericarditis in children aged 12 to 17 attributed to Pfizer’s injection; and a recent study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA), reveals an increased risk of myocarditis following mRNA-based Covid-19 injections.
Rather than report on this data and individual experiences as they did with those falling ill from Covid-19, corporate media is instead churning out articles warning that everything but Covid-19 injections can cause heart problems. Some recently featured apparent causes of heart problems include:
- Cold weather
- Climate change
- Cannabis use
- Alcohol use
- Skipping breakfast
- Sleep problems
- Shoveling snow
- Surviving Covid-19
- Paracetamol use
- Being a Black American
- Being “anyone” (also see CDC tweet)
- Getting older
While not all of these risks are connected to recent studies, the media are choosing to report on them now. It is irresponsible to report on mundane activities that are not new and their risk to individual health while seemingly purposefully ignoring the risk caused by the Covid-19 injections that only became a variable within the last two years.
In addition to what appears to be an outright refusal to report on the risks, some news outlets are going so far as to say there is no risk or that the risk of possibly contracting SARS-CoV-2 that develops into Covid-19 to such an extent that there is a risk to one’s cardiovascular health is far worse than rolling up one’s sleeve one, two, three, or even more times for the injection.
It should also be noted that screenshots of fake headlines connecting everyday activities with cardiovascular disease risk are circulating on the internet. These include but are not limited to claims that fluffing pillows, breathing too many times a day, shaking duvets, and the use of sex toys increase the risk of heart attack and stroke. Screenshots of pre-pandemic news reports are also being shared as though they were published recently.