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Insurance Researcher: COVID Shots Take 25 Years Off a Person’s Lifespan

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A 30-year-old person who has had four or five doses of the mRNA COVID shots is unlikely to live past the age of 55. That’s according to an exhaustive study of the CDC’s death statistics, conducted by an insurance industry research analyst.

The current average human lifespan in the United States is around 80 years of age. A person who is fully vaccinated against COVID has likely had 25 years shaved off their lifespan, according to the data.

Josh Stirling is the founder of Insurance Collaboration to Save Lives and is considered one of the top insurance research analysts in the world. He and his team examined government death statistics from the CDC, the Cleveland Clinic, and insurance company risk assessment data. The analysis shows a disturbing trend that the number of deaths from the COVID vaccines is not decreasing. The problem is accelerating and the more mRNA shots that a person takes, the more likely they are to die when compared to an unvaccinated person.

 

The data shows that all-cause mortality risk increases by 7% every time a person receives a COVID vaccine. If you had the first two series shots back in 2021, you are 14% more likely to die from something right now than an unvaccinated person. If you’ve had two shots and three boosters, you are 35% more likely to die than an unvaccinated person.

Stirling’s study showed that unvaccinated people are no more likely to die today than they were in previous years. The data shows that with every passing year, excess deaths continue to rise dramatically as all forms of mortality accelerate (but not for the unvaccinated).

The most alarming thing about the study is that even though most people today are rejecting the shots and refusing to take more of them, all-cause mortality continues to increase. Even people who got the first two series shots back in 2021 are still dying at increased rates every year. You would expect the data to show the exact opposite.

“The more doses on average you have in a region within the United States, the bigger increase in mortality that region has had in 2022 when compared to 2021,” says Stirling.

The deaths are not isolated to the United States. In a speech last week before the Japanese National Diet (upper and lower parliament chambers), one politician stood up and shared his nation’s alarming death statistics from the COVID shots.

Japan has a reporting system similar to the CDC’s Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS). Their country’s system has confirmed 2,168 deaths that resulted directly from the COVID shots. These were all deaths that resulted in the immediate aftermath of injection (one to two weeks) and do not include deaths from turbo cancers, blood clots, strokes, or cardiac arrest that happened months later from the shots.

By way of comparison, Japan had four (4) recorded deaths from flu shots between 2012 and 2021. From 1977 (the first year that Japan started tracking vaccination deaths) until today, Japan has only had 158 deaths from all other vaccines combined.

Government data from Australia and New Zealand has shown that excess deaths in 2022 were 5,162% higher than in previous years. Those were not COVID deaths. Pretending that this is not happening seems to be the strategy that most world governments have adopted.

Professional soccer season began in early March. During the three weeks between March 10 and March 31, four young and healthy professional soccer players—all in their 20s and in peak health—collapsed on live TV during games. Ahmed Refaat, Makhehleni Makhaula, and Javier Altamirano were the first three. Two of them collapsed in cardiac arrest and one had a stroke. 24-year-old Frida Maanum was the latest to collapse in an English League Cup game over the weekend. The cause of her collapse is still unknown.

The reason why these soccer players are still alive is because paramedic crews on the sidelines of pro soccer games now operate as quickly and efficiently as a NASCAR pit crew. The second that a player hits the ground and stops moving, they’re on the field with a stretcher and a defibrillator. Everyone pretends that this is some medical mystery, but at least they’re no longer denying that it’s happening.

The good news, according to Stirling, is that many of the conditions that vaccinated people are developing can be treated if caught early. If you’ve had one or more COVID shots, you should get a health screening to see what’s wrong with you. While most of the conditions caused by the shots are permanent, they can be managed with blood thinners or lifestyle changes in many cases.


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