Stew Peters Died Suddenly Rumble (2024)

1. The Final Days "End Times" - Stew Peters Documentary - Rumble

  • 11 jun 2023 · FINAL DAYS In Association With Died Suddenly Special Thanks to Stew Peters You can Visit his channel @ https://rumble.com/c/StewPeters.

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2. The Anti-Vaccine Documentary Died Suddenly Wants You to Feel, Not ...

  • 25 nov 2022 · Members of the anti-vaccination movement and of its media arm excel at portraying themselves as “those who care.” The rest of us—scientists, ...

  • People want to feel like their concerns are heard. Being dismissed can lead to loss of trust, which can send people looking for empathy in the wrong places. Members of the anti-vaccination movement and of its media arm excel at portraying themselves as “those who care.” The rest of us—scientists, doctors, politicians, journalists—are represented as either apathetic or simply evil. The latest “documentary” to emerge from this movement, Died Suddenly, is an exercise in reframing compassion. It also represents the apogee of conspiritualist ideas, where grand conspiracy theories surrounding vaccines are painted on a canvas so large, they involve a Biblical war between the forces of absolute good and those of pure evil. Who are portrayed as ringing the alarm for Armageddon in Died Suddenly? Embalmers. A tale made out of whole clot The documentary’s smoking gun is the alleged discovery of long, white, fibrous clots in the deceased bodies of people who, we are told, got vaccinated against COVID-19. Sometimes, their blood also looks dirty, like it contains coffee grounds. This claim seems to have originated from Richard Hirschman, an embalmer in Alabama, who spoke about it to The Epoch Times, a frequent vehicle for misinformation and grand conspiracy theories. Hirschman and a few other embalmers testify to their findings in Died Suddenly, with some being blurred out, their voices altered, like they are sharing secrets so damning they’re about to be shipped to their local witness protection program. Every conspiracy demands its whistleblower, and Hirschman serves as one of many for this documentary. He can boldly speak out while his colleagues self-censor, he tells us, because he doesn’t work for a funeral home. The movie cozies up to the body horror genre by repeatedly showing us images and clips of these lengthy strings of organic matter being pulled out of post-mortem incisions. The power of these alien, rubbery artefacts grows in the telling: in the Epoch Times piece, a cardiologist says these clots have “nearly the strength of steel.” Given the shock that these visuals can give to the untrained eye, it’s no wonder these supposed “vaccine clots” are making the rounds on TikTok. The problem is that embalmers and funeral directors are not medical professionals. Don’t take it from me, but from the National Funeral Directors Association in the United States, whose representative told me as much, and from Ben Schmidt, a funeral director and embalmer with a bachelor’s degree in natural science. Schmidt wrote a detailed explanation of what is happening here. Clots can easily form after death, as the liquid and solid parts of blood separate and as formaldehyde and calcium-containing water used in the embalming process catalyze clotting. Refrigeration can also be to blame, especially when a rapid influx of bodies due to COVID necessitates longer stays in the cooler as embalmers make their way through their backlog. Then there are the clots that happen prior to death. Embalmers do not typically know that someone who died was “in normal health,” as is often claimed in the documentary, nor do they reliably know someone’s vaccination status. Blood clots do happen in life, for a variety of reasons. The COVID-19 vaccines made by AstraZeneca and Johnson & Johnson were indeed associated with rare—and I must repeat, rare—cases of blood clots, but risk factors for blood clots in general include obesity, cancer, a sedentary lifestyle, pregnancy, family history, and smoking. Oh, and COVID-19 itself, which you won’t learn from Died Suddenly. This may surprise you, but an American dies of a blood clot every six minutes. Clots, either before or after death, are common. As anatomical pathology specialist Irene Sansano told a fact-checking website, the clots shown by Hirschman do not look different from the ones pathologists regularly see in blood clot autopsies at the hospital. To know if there really was an uptick in clots seen during embalming, we can’t rely on a scattering of anecdotes. We would need a database to monitor trends, and as Schmidt points out, this database does not exist. But if the sight of strings of clotted material isn’t scary enough, Died Suddenly is willing to make its title even more manifest by showing us rapid-fire montages of people fainting and seemingly dropping dead. Out of context, these videos are distressing. However, The Real Truther account on Twitter has demonstrated that many of them are not what they seem. The woman who passes out and falls into a moving train? Her name is Candela. She fainted because of low blood pressure and survived with a fractured skull. That young basketball player who collapses on the court? His name is Keyontae Johnson, and his fainting took place on December 12, 2020, before the COVID-19 vaccines were readily available. He has since been medically cleared to play and recently signed with Kansas State. These people are not dead. To borrow a phrase from the conspiracy playbook, we have been lied to. Given that syncope, the medical term for a temporary loss of consciousness brought about by a drop in blood pressure, affects one in five over their lifetime, and given the ubiquity of cameras in our world, that’s a lot of fainting episodes captured on video that can be used to bolster a narrative that “something’s not right.” Outside of the documentary, its Twitter account and many more in the anti-vaccination space have used “died suddenly” as a rallying cry. One of the producers of the movie, Stew Peters, interviewed a woman who claimed that Canadian physicians were dropping like flies in the prime of their lives. Peters didn’t mince words: “We absolutely know 100% what is going on. They want to cover it up. The doctors are dying, and they’re dying from these stupid shots.” Their evidence comes from the Canadian Medical Association’s In Memoriam webpage. I had a look. Peters’ interview was released on August 22nd of this year. I looked at the last ten doctors who had been memorialized at this point. For most, the cause of death is not mentioned. For the others, it’s Alzheimer’s, vascular dementia, COVID-19, and a two-year spell with brain cancer. The average age at which these ten physicians died? 82. The youngest was 64. Hardly in the prime of their lives. That same woman making the claim goes on to hypothesize that Alberta was sent the most toxic batch of the vaccines because its residents don’t typically vote for Justin Trudeau. How else to explain its high mortality during the pandemic? The Died Suddenly Twitter account, which boasts an authoritative blue check mark it received after paying $8 a month, memorializes a long list of people who, we are led to believe, died of the vaccine, including the voice of Batman, Kevin Conroy, who very recently passed away from intestinal cancer. Except that scrolling through these names, it becomes apparent the list includes anyone who died suddenly, who died after a short illness, who died after a long illness, who died of cancer or of an immune condition or of a viral infection. Their vaccination status is often not even known. Basically, everybody dying after the vaccines were rolled out has now been killed by the jab One of the funeral directors interviewed in Died Suddenly, who now identifies as an anti-vaxxer, tells us to go on Google and type in “died suddenly.” I listened to him and did the exercise. Disturbingly, I found a 13-year-old boy who died suddenly after collapsing while playing in a schoolyard; a 38-year-old publisher who died suddenly at home, with no known health issues; even actor Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s brother who died suddenly at 36. What I didn’t tell you is that I did the search for the year 2010. Sudden deaths are not new. I even found a particularly distressing example. Her name was Kalina and she had shown no sign of illness before suddenly falling ill and dying that very evening. She was only 25 years old and was the third adult to die from her place of work in a four-month period. Scary stuff, isn’t it? Except that Kalina was a killer whale who died at SeaWorld Orlando in 2010. What Died Suddenly does is akin to grave-robbing. It raids online obituaries, with complete disregard for consent or basic journalistic integrity, and stitches a pseudoscientific horror story with the faces of the deceased. The makers of Died Suddenly don’t want you to think; they want you to feel. For all of the anti-vaccination movement’s admonitions to “do your own research,” the thing that consistently sinks their arguments is doing your own research. It’s fact-checking if what they are telling you is correct. None of this is new, though the conspiracy they are selling is growing to epic proportions. Cut from the same clot Died Suddenly can serve as a teachable moment for those of us who study the post-COVID-19 anti-vaccination movement, to help us recognize its traits and see its progression. We witness motivated reasoning: starting from the conclusion that the vaccines cannot be safe and looking for evidence that matches the conclusion. We see a thick coating of “after the fact, therefore because of it,” as anybody dying from 2021 onwards is said to be the victim of a vaccine that can kill you instantly, with a delay, or simply worsen a pre-existing condition. The “VAERS scare” tactic is also briefly adopted, as the database of “bad things that happened after getting a vaccine” is easily trawled for hits. Died Suddenly also features fake experts, a characteristic of science denial. The VAERS scare itself is brought up in the documentary by entrepreneur Steve Kirsch, who is seen stopped by police after repeated, uninvited visits to the private residence of Dr. Grace Lee, the chair of the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices. He tells the cops he’s “a journalist for Substack,” a fancy term for “blogger” if there ever was one. In the documentary, he confidently asserts that no one wants to know what’s in the vaccines and that no journalist has ever asked, “What’s in the vials?” Funny how there was so much worry about what was in the COVID-19 vaccines, their manufacturers released a list of their ingredients at the beginning of the roll-out, which was covered by the mainstream press. But this is the kind of accuracy you can expect from a grown man who literally called me a chicken on his blog for refusing to debate him. Meanwhile, a military whistleblower tells us that deaths are up 40% in the 18-to-64 age group, pointing the finger at the vaccines. Except that it’s not the vaccines; it’s the COVID-19 pandemic itself. From blood clots to excess mortality, everything caused by the virus is blamed on the vaccines. Died Suddenly premiered on both Twitter and Rumble, the alternative video platform favoured by conservatives who loudly proclaim their right to free speech, to a combined 8 million views as of this writing. The text box below the documentary is filled with sponsor links that echo the concerns of the people living outside the mainstream: survival food, “manly” supplements, and precious metal investments. There’s also a link to Mike Lindell’s MyPillow company. The subtleties of the anti-vaccination movement have been shed: the box asks viewers to “support anti-vax activism.” The masks are off. Meanwhile, the movie throws everything onto the conspiracy cork board, with Jeffrey Epstein, Anthony Fauci, Justin Trudeau, Greta Thunberg, and Bill Gates flashing before our eyes, next to mentions of MKUltra and a clip from that infamous Sasquatch hoax video. A clip of Tom Hanks explaining Malthusian theory during a press tour is borrowed, which introduces us to the ultimate thesis of the documentary: the COVID-19 pandemic was apparently an excuse to roll out a deadly vaccine engineered to decimate our military forces, affect pregnant women, and kill as many people as possible. As Thomas Malthus once wrote, our population will someday exceed in numbers our ability to provide for everyone. The Powers That Be thus had to come up with a solution: an injectable bioweapon. And this is where conspirituality comes in. As Died Suddenly ramps up to its climax, religious beliefs are made clear and the full scope of the conspiracy is laid out. This is spiritual war, we are told. The depopulation agenda was written by the forces of Evil and it is our God-given role to fight back. The anti-vaccination movement no longer sees itself as merely opposing an industry; its vociferations are a clarion call for divine salvation. Those who care I have already read superficial denunciations of the movie by media outlets that do not address the core claims the movie makes. I get it. The escalation of the anti-vaccine rhetoric into a mad fever pitch is so pronounced, it can leave us speechless. We resort to dismissal, anger, and accusations of widespread idiocy. I worry that this sort of drive-by skepticism—quick, often smug—, excusable though it may be, plays right into the hand of a movie like Died Suddenly. Its brave “truthtellers” are shown as people who care. They want to prevent deaths. They are tearing through the wall of passivity and the thicket of wickedness they see in order to save human lives. Propped up by the shallow depth of field of the camera, the professional lighting, the unnerving music, and the storytelling power of a good edit, it makes for convincing fodder. Our casual dismissal of these propaganda pieces doesn’t help, in my opinion. If we want to persuade the people caught in their wake—not the die-hard believers, who can hardly be swayed, but those who are scared yet still willing to listen to reason—we must fact-check with empathy. We must show how easy it is to topple the scarecrows of anti-vaccine propaganda. We need patience, as hard as it can be to find these days. Take-home message: - The anti-vaccine “documentary” Died Suddenly alleges that the COVID-19 vaccines are bioweapons meant to depopulate the world by creating clots that kill people suddenly - The clots shown by the embalmers in the movie seem to medical experts to be no different than the clots that commonly occur in life and also after death - Many of the people the movie wants us to believe suddenly died are not actually dead @CrackedScience

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3. Now the Anti-Vaccine World is Mad at 'Died Suddenly,' The Viral Anti-Vax ...

  • 8 dec 2022 · In the anti-vaccine world, some things are certain: every few months, a new, shriekingly alarmist claim about COVID vaccines will make the ...

  • Predictable in-fighting, claims of psyops, and renewed arguments about snake venom. 

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4. Who is Stew Peters, the conspiracy theorist behind the 'died suddenly ...

Who is Stew Peters, the conspiracy theorist behind the 'died suddenly ...

5. The film “Died Suddenly” rehashes debunked claims and conspiracy ...

  • 29 nov 2022 · Data from vaccine safety monitoring programs indicate that COVID-19 vaccines are safe and not associated with any increase in mortality or ...

  • Data from vaccine safety monitoring programs indicate that COVID-19 vaccines are safe and not associated with any increase in mortality or sudden deaths. While certain COVID-19 vaccines have been associated with a slightly increased risk of blood clotting and heart inflammation, these conditions are more likely to result from COVID-19 itself than from vaccination.

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6. 'Died Suddenly' film amplifies false Covid-19 vaccine claims | Fact Check

  • 29 nov 2022 · Public health authorities say Covid-19 vaccines are very effective at preventing severe illness and death, but a video watched more than 10 ...

  • Public health authorities say Covid-19 vaccines are very effective at preventing severe illness and death, but a video watched more than 10 million times claims they are part of a depopulation conspiracy. Experts called the hour-long film "disinformation," pointing to multiple false claims, data showing millions of lives saved during the pandemic due to vaccination, and a lack of evidence supporting its assertions.

'Died Suddenly' film amplifies false Covid-19 vaccine claims | Fact Check

7. Stew Peters' Final Days Is an Anti-Science Satanic Panic

  • 2 jun 2023 · The directors and producer behind Died Suddenly, the viral “documentary” that tried to convince us that the COVID-19 vaccines were felling ...

  • The directors and producer behind Died Suddenly, the viral “documentary” that tried to convince us that the COVID-19 vaccines were felling people by creating fibrous clots, are at it again. Their latest movie is called Final Days and it leans heavily into the God-versus-Satan end-times narrative Died Suddenly only hinted at. The COVID-19 pandemic and the release of mRNA vaccines have proven to be fertile ground for conspiracy theorists who have always feared authoritarianism, forced medical procedures, scientists playing God, and what they glimpse on the technological horizon, including artificial intelligence and transhumanism. Their grand conspiracies are no longer about what the powers that be are planning on doing to us one of these days; the pandemic and the vaccine roll-out are the conspiracy put into motion. It has finally happened. The theorists now have a foothold to explore precisely how our so-called puppet masters are enacting their sinister plan. These wild conjectures can’t all be true, but as with all grand conspiracy theories, the important thing is to reject the official narrative. In Died Suddenly, the vaccine was the bioweapon. Here, it’s the virus itself, which a whistleblower claims was engineered as a destructive lipid nanoparticle. And it’s all revealed, black on white, in publicly available patents, apparently. The key anxiety at the centre of Final Days is that ordinary people have become captives of a scientific and technological elite. Anthony Fauci, Bill Gates, even Neil deGrasse Tyson are presented as a disquieting aristocracy that has fabricated the pandemic to bring about the end of the human species and the birth of a new life form. It’s about the bad consequences, intended or not, that come from scientists’ hubris. Dr. Paul Offit, a vaccine developer, paediatrician, and science educator, wrote a whole book about what happens when science goes wrong without ever falling into promoting anti-science. But Final Days is firmly opposed to science. In its place, it elevates Christian theology. “Pleased to meet you / Hope you guess my name” Final Days does not beat around the burning bush. It opens with a Bible quote (“I will praise thee, for I am fearfully and wonderfully made”) and, after a montage of scientific progress and regrets set to pulsating synthwave music, the ominous narrator begins in earnest by quoting Twitter user @holowsun. Not a particularly magisterial way of convincing your viewers you’re onto something meaningful, but this random Twitter user claimed in December 2022 that “all technology comes from demonic super-intelligences.” I’m sure someone on Twitter believes that the moon is made of cheese. I wouldn’t quote them in the opening to my movie about the apocalypse. The makers of Final Days want us to believe that scientists and people in positions of authority have made a damning deal with the Devil. We are shown the Macintosh computer’s bitten apple logo, which harks back to the forbidden fruit Eve was tempted to eat in the Book of Genesis, and that computer’s original price tag of $666.66, the Devil’s number. (It actually had more to do with Steve Wozniak’s love of repeating digits and the computer’s first wholesale price.) The movie shows us both a drawing of the temptation of Faust (the German character who surrendered his soul to an evil spirit) and video of Sam Smith and Kim Petras’ performance of the song “Unholy,” bathed in red and oozing with Satanic symbols. In the eyes of the filmmakers, the Devil is real and he has been busy seducing a lot of people. The movie portrays technological advancement as a Satanic plot to uncouple humanity from God’s love. We are told that machines whittle away at our divinity and that artificial intelligence is a vehicle for demons to enter our world. While ChatGPT is surprisingly good at understanding language and sounding cogent (though not so good at getting its facts right), I must admit I don’t see evidence of fallen angels when I interact with it. Stripping away the technophobic eschatology from the movie, however, we are left with a stunt inspired by the first Plandemic video and its embrace of Judy Mikovits: there’s a whistleblower and she’s here to reveal the sordid agenda of the scientific elite. This time, the claim is that the coronavirus is not a biological virus. It’s a nanoparticle meant to reprogram our humanity. “Robots in disguise” The lone interviewee in Final Days is Karen Kingston, who has a Bachelor’s degree of Business Administration with a specialty in Marketing and who began her career as a Pfizer sales representative before becoming a “pharmaceutical and medical device business analyst,” according to her LinkedIn profile. Given the preposterous accusations she makes in the movie, it will not surprise anyone that she has a blog on Substack called “The Kingston Report,” which boasts over 44,000 subscribers. Her outspoken religious beliefs and anti-vaccine activism are the perfect combination for Final Days. Her main claim is that the coronavirus is actually a tiny fat particle engineered by the military-industrial complex and aerosolized so as to infect us. It contains graphene, which acts like an antenna, and it’s making us magnetic, and those clots from Died Suddenly were from the hydrogels used in the fake virus, and these nanoparticles can build entire anatomical structures inside of us, and they are changing our nature to turn us into posthumans against our will. “We are in the middle of World War III,” she concludes. The evidence she presents comes in the form of patents, which have apparently deceived all levels of government and militaries around the globe, but not Karen Kingston, who is used to reading pharmaceutical patents. One patent for lipid nanoparticles, which Moderna applied for, reveals the presence of “cationic lipids,” which are fat molecules that have an overall positive electrical charge. Kingston says there are no cationic lipids in nature, ergo “this is nanotechnology.” This isn’t the gotcha moment she thinks it is. No one is claiming the mRNA vaccines are 100% natural. Obviously, they are a technology and they contain molecules that have been carefully manipulated by human beings. That does not make them dangerous, nor is this a revelation. Kingston’s true smoking gun, however, is a different patent which apparently reveals vaccine nanotechnology to be a carrier for chemical weapons and agents of biowarfare. This line is actually buried in an exhaustive list that runs over multiple pages and which describes sound predictions for all of the possible applications of this technology, a technique which is common in patents. The applicant wants to cover every possible use of their new technology. In this patent, the nanocarrier is listed as being antigens from white blood cells; immunostimulatory agents; immunosuppressants; targeting agents; poorly immunogenic antigens; cancer antigens; autoimmune disease antigens; and the list goes on and on and, yes, does include small molecules that are toxins, agents of biowarfare, or a hazardous environmental agent. I don’t like these hypothetical applications myself, but just because a patent applicant dreamt up a hundred potential applications to their new technology does not mean that any commercial product derived from it must be a bioweapon. Finally, there’s the assertion that the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus itself contains graphene, and that graphene inside the human body has electromagnetic properties, which is apparently bad. The coronavirus does not contain graphene. Viruses do not contain graphene, which is a single layer of carbon atoms laid out in interlinked hexagons. The COVID-19 vaccines also do not contain graphene, although the material was used to study their structure initially using cryogenic electron microscopy. Of course, Kingston does not believe the coronavirus is actually a virus, so the point is moot to her, and the movie shows us footage allegedly of the COVID-19 vaccine under a microscope, revealing metal self-assembling, presumably because of graphene’s magnetic properties. (This section of the movie casually shifts back and forth between the virus and the vaccine being the bioweapon, and it’s unclear to me why the vaccine would be necessary if the virus were the bioweapon.) The shocking footage comes from work often presented by Ana Maria Mihalcea, MD, Ph.D., who apparently believes that “how we think manifests a state of health or disease” and who follows the teachings of Ramtha the Enlightened One, a fictional, 35,000-year-old being claimed to be channelled by spiritual teacher J.Z. Knight. She also has a Substack blog, with 30,000 subscribers. The video essentially showing Transformers inside the blood of patients is unbelievable, and were that the case that the 767 million people who have had a confirmed case of COVID-19 had actually inhaled a bioweapon that assembles metal inside the body, or that the 70% of the world population who received the COVID-19 vaccine were victims of the same nefarious scheme, we would know. Laboratories everywhere would be looking at the blood of their patients and wondering why it contained microscopic semi-trucks transforming into Optimus Prime. Nevertheless, all of this patent miscomprehension and metal fearmongering leads us to the terror that the military-industrial complex is forcing all of us to become transhuman. No adult thought in sight Given that the trailer for Final Days leaned into the fear of transhumanism, I was hoping to hear actual arguments for and against it. Transhumanism is the idea of transcending our mortal, vulnerable flesh, of using science and technology to improve our condition, eliminate aging, enhance our faculties, and perhaps, one day, transfer our mind into a computer. There are captivating arguments on both sides of this ideology. Would such a radical use of technology exacerbate our social inequalities, especially since these modifications are likely to be limited to the rich initially? Are designer babies ethical? Would posthumans regard the merely human the same way we perceive chimps? And by trying to eliminate disease and disability and deciding which of our traits should be enhanced, would we commit the sin of resurrecting eugenics. Likewise, we are currently engaged in an important debate over the role of artificial intelligence in our society. Some of these think pieces are unfairly dismissive while others may be overhyping the technology, but the discussions we are having are crucial at the dawn of such a potentially disruptive advancement. None of these cogent thoughts are expressed in Final Days. Instead, we get the usual Gish gallop from one bit of pop culture to the next, like a teenager trying recreational drugs for the first time and seeing all sorts of patterns about how the world works. There’s the atomic bomb and Oppenheimer’s confession of “Now I am become Death.” There are glimpses of The Terminator, Jurassic Park, and The Matrix. There’s DNA as the twisted staircase leading Jacob to Heaven. There’s a bit with Bob Dylan in which he says he made a bargain with “the Chief Commander.” We are essentially taken on a trip through someone’s brain boiling over with references to The Lesser Key of Solomon, Eisenhower’s words about the military-industrial complex, Elon Musk’s Neuralink and, of course, Klaus Schwab and the World Economic Forum. It’s all a superficial exercise in connecting everything with red yarn and yelling, “See? SEE?” The movie is devoid of adult thoughts. The end credits roll, punctuated by typos, and the sponsors are revealed as a website presumably selling gold (although the URL does not work and the main domain says “Launching Soon, Stay Tuned”) and Dr. Peter McCullough’s line of dietary supplements (about which I wrote previously). The address of that website has a fatal typo in the credits. I wonder if McCullough will be happy about that. I usually resist the use of the phrase “anti-science,” as it implies to my mind a complete rejection of science. But in the case of Final Days, which attributes scientific progress to dealings with Satan, the phrase is fitting. If its directors had been alive when the printing press was launched, they would have denounced it as a tool from Hell. It’s ironic to see these people use modern technologies like computers, editing software and the Internet to disseminate their regressive message. I guess you have to reach your audience where it is and screaming in the town square isn’t as effective as it used to be. Final Days is an anti-science movie that aims to bring the fear of the Devil to the front stage of discussions about AI and transhumanism. It will seem outlandish to many, but it will unfortunately resonate with many people’s societal anxieties and religious beliefs. While the number of people who believe in grand conspiracy theories may not have gone up in recent years (more research needed), it was already disturbingly high. Many who watch Final Days will say, “I don’t agree with all of it, but there’s something there.” The end result? More hate directed at scientists. Heaven help us. Take-home message: - The movie Final Days claims that the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus is actually an artificial bioweapon that is meant to transform humanity into a different species, and that scientists have made a deal with Satan - A whistleblower claims that patents offer proof of this conspiracy, but she shows a complete misunderstanding of what these patents actually demonstrate @CrackedScience

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8. New 'Died Suddenly' Film Pushes Unfounded Depopulation Claims ...

  • 22 nov 2022 · Yes, welcome to yet another conspiracy theory about Covid-19 vaccines. Actually, this conspiracy theory isn't completely new and has been ...

  • The film, which premiered on Twitter Monday, spends much of its hour and eight minute run time suggesting that many people have been dying suddenly after getting Covid-19 vaccines.

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10. Conspiracy Theory Kingpin Calls for Hunter Biden's Execution

  • 1 sep 2023 · The Stew Peters Show host also attacked Anthony Fauci and Alejandro Mayorkas at a ReAwaken America stop in North Las Vegas.

  • The Stew Peters Show host also attacked Anthony Fauci and Alejandro Mayorkas at a ReAwaken America stop in North Las Vegas

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  • 3 mei 2023 · In a rare interview with the BBC, the man behind it says he is "happy" about its influence - and believes the people responsible for Covid ...

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12. THESE VACCINES ARE BIO WEAPONS ! STEW PETERS TELLS ...

  • 27 dec 2022 · THESE VACCINES ARE LIKE PLAYING RUSSIAN ROULETTE, ITS JUST A MATTER OF TIME AND YOUR DEAD, WE ARE BEING SYSTEMATICALLY SLAUGHTERED,IN THE ...

  • THESE VACCINES ARE LIKE PLAYING RUSSIAN ROULETTE, ITS JUST A MATTER OF TIME AND YOUR DEAD, WE ARE BEING SYSTEMATICALLY SLAUGHTERED,IN THE NAME OF GLOBAL WARMING; THE REALITY IS SATAN WANTS YOU DEAD NO

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13. Heather McDonald's on-stage collapse became anti-vaccine ...

  • 31 mrt 2023 · Three minutes into the trailer for the widely debunked anti-vaccine film “Died Suddenly,” comedian Heather McDonald is shown collapsing on ...

  • McDonald, like a half-dozen other people whose medical events are shown in the trailer for the anti-vaccine film "Died Suddenly," did not die as a result of the Covid-19 vaccine.

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