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February 23, 2024

Integrity GAINZZZ and Shedding Corruption
Plus: Begone, Thot! Away With Your E-Snizz!

Jay Bhattacharya @DrJBhattacharya

An excellent article by @toby00green in @PerspectiveMags provides a balanced discussion of an under-acknowledged catastrophe -- continuing & catastrophic excess deaths among young people since the pandemic's end. But not in Sweden or Mexico.

Young people are dying for unknown reasons, and media and the politicians refuse to even admit this fact, let alone attempt to explain it.

Which tells you a lot about what they suspect the explanation is, no?

A calamity of lost youth

High numbers of deaths among young people are being ignored by the media and politicians

22 February 2024, 11:57am

Ever since the World Health Organisation declared the Covid-19 pandemic over in May last year, the world has moved on. Yet people continue to die in much higher numbers than before 2020. And while covid mortality mainly impacted older people, it is younger people who are now dying disproportionately. The news cycle hasn't said much about this, even though, of course, these unexpected deaths are no less tragic than those of the pandemic.

Why the silence? One factor may be that, historically, pandemic planning factored in excess deaths as part of the pandemic phase. That they would continue for several years wasn't part of official plans, although according to Lucy Easthope -- visiting professor at the Centre for Death and Society, University of Bath, and author of the bestselling book on disaster recovery When the Dust Settles -- it was predictable. As she put it in an interview in September 2020: "For every Covid-19 death, we would estimate another four deaths over two to five years... you see extra deaths for domestic violence and obstetrics, delayed or missed oncology diagnoses, no admission to A&E, sepsis, suicide."

I personally almost died because I could not see any doctor when I had a serious health problem in 2020. My situation deteriorated and deteriorated and no one would physically see me. They just prescribed stuff over the phone without ever diagnosing me. When I was finally forced to go the emergency room, they diagnosed me immediately.

Oh, it wasn't covid.

But covid almost killed me, because of the lockdowns.


In the digital era, however, this phenomenon has taken on a life of its own. In the face of public silence, thickets of information and misinformation abound on the internet. So it's best to start with the most unvarnished facts of all: the numbers of deaths. Mortality is far higher than used to be normal. In October, the BBC reported that Scotland's winter death toll in 2022-23 was the highest for 30 years. And things are not improving.


First, it's important to assess the causes of these premature deaths. Cardiovascular issues are significant. In June last year, the British Heart Foundation said that since 2020 there had been 100,000 excess deaths in England from cardiac issues. In December, the Daily Mail reported a notable increase in deaths from heart attacks among young people. In July, meanwhile, doctors from Los Angeles reported a 29% jump in heart attacks among those aged 25-44 from 2020 to 2021.


Yet covid on its own cannot explain the current situation. There is no clear mechanism to explain why covid infection especially harms younger people, who show the largest rates of excess mortality. Moreover, given the extreme variability of mortality rates between western and eastern Europe, it's unclear why people in some countries should be more prone to this causal connection than others.

The article sneers at the possibility that the experimental mRNA vaccines might be causing these excess deaths, signalling that this is just a bunch of internet Horse Paste conspiracy nonsense:

Finally, there's a large body of material online claiming that this increase in mortality in the young has been caused by the covid vaccines. This material is usually produced by those who saw covid lockdown policies as part of a "great reset" engineered by the World Economic Forum.

The article dismisses the vaccination explanation on the grounds that Sweden, uniquely in Europe, has a very low excess death rate, but had very high vaccination rates.

A confusing factor here is that Sweden never locked down. So maybe it's the lockdowns themselves, after all?

The "experts" have no explanation for this -- and, in fact, refuse to acknowledge there is a large number of excess deaths, especially among young people, that needs to be explained at all.

Speaking of official, lethal corruption:

Evie Magazine, talking with author of The Big Fat Surprise Nina Teicholtz: Proctor and Gamble paid off the corrupt grifter group American Heart Association to claim that heart disease is caused by saturated (animal) fats, not what really causes heart disease.

The Big Fake Food industry loves putting sugar into everything -- it makes cardboard palatable -- and they'll pay big money to suppress any negative information about their miracle ingredient.

Big Fake Food also paid them to recommend replacing real, healthy animal fats with the frankenfoods fake fats they were manufacturing.

[Nina Teicholz] shares an article from a journal called Endocrinology, Diabetes and Obesity that reviews the history of "the diet-heart hypothesis from the late 1950s up to the current day," including revelations that were never published before in scientific literature. The American Heart Association, the nation's largest nonprofit organization that is considered the leading voice when it comes to heart disease education and awareness, started recommending in 1961 that people avoid saturated fat and replace it with polyunsaturated vegetable oils, such as soybean oil, rapeseed oil, etc.

"The 1961 AHA advice to limit saturated fat is arguably the single-most influential nutrition policy ever published, as it came to be adopted first by the U.S. government, as official policy for all Americans, in 1980, and then by governments around the world as well as the World Health Organization," the article reads.

However, they were paid off to distribute this information. The AHA accepted $20 million (in today's dollars) in funding from Procter & Gamble, a corporation that conveniently makes and sells Crisco Oil. The AHA recommended that everyone replace butter with "heart healthy" alternatives like vegetable oil or Crisco Oil.

I will keep recommending The Case Against Sugar by Gary Taubes. It's not a health book -- it's a book about corruption of official institutions, from the American Heart Association to the US government to major corporations. The sugar lobby paid everyone off to pretend that sugar had no unhealthy effects when eaten "in moderation."

That last part is doing a lot of work. Sure, most things are not harmful "in moderation," but remember what these guys' idea of moderation was: Sugar went from being a scarce and expensive additive to being dirt cheap by the late 1800s, and humans went from eating about a pound of it per year to eating 40 pounds per year. (Or something like that: I am a well-meaning elderly man with a poor memory.)

The most absolutely enraging part of the book for me was the cereal manufacturers pushing the idea that kids needed a huge bolus of sugar within a half our of waking up to "give them energy," and how they bought off anyone who suggested that maybe putting all children on the glidepath to diabetes wasn't a great idea.

This is why they began adding vitamins to cereal -- just to pull a con on parents into making them accept their kids' pleas for starting the day off with a bowl of dessert with 50 grams of sugar in it.

Anyway -- great book. If the climate hoax grinds your gears, you'll love this book. Big Sugar did the same thing to disprove the obvious fact that sugar causes weight gain -- they held a conference in which only people who thought sugar was harmless (or were paid to pretend it was harmless) were invited, then had a poll of "scientists" at this curated-invitation-list conference, and then went out into the world that they had proof that sugar does not cause weight gain -- they polled "experts"! It was an "expert consensus"!

Relatedly, Doctor Phil and Doctor Drew Pinsky (Adam Carolla's partner) discussed the atrocious media bias, especially in medical reporting.

Dr. Drew Pinsky rages against the corrupt media landscape on "The Adam and Dr. Drew Podcast," "Ask Dr. Drew" and any time he's near a microphone.

The news media's obsession with "misinformation" ignores the most galling sources of it, he argued on the latest episode of "The Adam and Dr. Drew Show."

"Everything is thought of as misinformation or disinformation, when in fact so much of what the New York Times reports, which is the source of quote legitimate information, ends up being incorrect or wrong ... and then of course, no corrections and no adjustments."

"What do we do about this?" Dr. Pinsky asked.

Now, Dr. Phil (real name: Phillip Calvin McGraw) is lashing out at the same targets, courtesy of the "Joe Rogan Experience."

Videos at the link.





The treadmill is set at 8 but there's three of us so it's actually 24.

This is nice: There is a trend of very attention-hoor women wearing underwear and doing overly sexualized "exercises." They hope to catch men throwing a glance their way -- they hope that men look at the bait they are dangling and twerking -- so that they can put video of minor glances on the internet and attack men for sexually assaulting them with their eyes.

This is the fatherless-behavior attention-seeking feral whore who started the trend:

OMGee you guys, I'm wearing boudoir attire while pumping my pelvis into the air and this Deplorable man glanced briefly at my very mid body! I'm an "Underage 21-year-old" and this is eye-rape!

This woman wears tights so tight you can tell what day of her cycle she's in, and then does kickback exercises that show off her ass and crotch, and then say Oh Em Gee you guys, they can't stop staring at my Camel Toe Exhibition...!

But men and gym owners have caught on to these tramps' game, and are beginning to ban them from gyms:

Joey Swoll knocks the guy for being so confrontational -- I disagree; bitches leave -- but points out that this thot was in fact doing what was suspected, using the gym as a backdrop for porny OnlyFans pictures.

What are yo' GAINZZZ?

And of course, also use the thread to discuss PLANZZZ, REZZIPEZZZ, PROJEXXX, and even BOOKZZZ and SHOWZZZ you want to recommend.

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