August 6, 2022

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If you were to ask 10 random Albertans what the leading cause of death was in 2021, many would answer either COVID-19 or possibly cancer. If they really pay attention to this stuff, they might be talking about heart disease or maybe dementia (old age).

Luckily for us, the province of Alberta has released cause of death statistics since 2001. If you would like to see them, Click here and download “Leading causes of death”. If you do, you’ll see that for 15 consecutive years, from 2001 to 2015, the leading cause of death among Albertans was heart disease. Dementia makes a strong surge towards the end of this period. In 2016, dementia became the leading cause of death for 5 consecutive years.

Then came COVID-19. In 2020, dementia remained the leading cause of death among Albertans, but COVID-19 came out of nowhere to become the 6th most common cause of death (although statistics indicate that COVID-19 is “identified “, making it more than a little unclear if COVID was THE cause, a cause, or a symptom).

In 2021, you might expect COVID-19 to top the list of Albertans’ leading causes of death. That’s not what happened. COVID has moved from the 6th most common cause of death to the 3rd most common cause, but another category of death has appeared on the scene and taken over in a big way. In fact, it would be more accurate to say that “unknown causes of death” exploded onto this list.

Since records were kept (2001), the highest number of people who died from a single cause was 2,135. Those with the number of people who died is the second leading cause of death in 2021, dementia. Remember that 2,135 is the highest number on record, with numbers like 2,081, 1997 and 1950 being considered some of the highest, prior to 2021. Not only did ‘unknown causes’ of death exceed this threshold of 2,100. He demolished this number.

In 2021, “unknown causes” were responsible for the deaths of 3,362 Albertans!

It’s not just Alberta and Canada that are seeing this alarming trend. In England, authorities report an increase in excess deaths of more than 15% compared to the 5-year average. Harley Street GP Charles Levinson told The Spectator that while “every slight bump or rise in Covid numbers demands endless column inches”, there had been “complete silence from so many people on the “damning” global death statistics. “

A question we all need to ask our provincial and federal politicians. Would you please review this!!!??? If we want to avoid joining this explosive phenomenon of unknown deaths, it is better to at least be able to explain it. Otherwise, we may never get to the bottom of this mystery.

It’s really hard to believe this is happening. That’s why we’ve taken the time to show you some of the most recent data (from the province of Alberta) which you can find at this link above. We’ve also added a video below from British health researcher John Campbell revealing the situation in England. Next, we’re joined by Jimmy Done, who shares many of Campbell’s shocking revelations and asks some great questions.

2021 Other ill-defined and unknown causes of death 1 3362
2021 Organic dementia 2 2135
2021 COVID-19, virus identified 3 1950
2021 All other forms of chronic ischemic heart disease 4 1939
2021 Malignant tumors of the trachea, bronchi and lung 5 1552
2021 Acute myocardial infarction 6 1075
2021 Other chronic obstructive pulmonary disease seven 1028
2021 Diabetic sugar 8 728
2021 Stroke, not specified as hemorrhage or infarction 9 612
2021 Accidental poisoning by and exposure to drugs and other biological substances ten 604
2020 Organic dementia 1 2081
2020 All other forms of chronic ischemic heart disease 2 1897
2020 Malignant tumors of the trachea, bronchi and lung 3 1563
2020 Other ill-defined and unknown causes of death 4 1464
2020 Other chronic obstructive pulmonary disease 5 1178
2020 COVID-19, virus identified 6 1084
2020 Acute myocardial infarction seven 1067
2020 Accidental poisoning by and exposure to drugs and other biological substances 8 920
2020 Diabetic sugar 9 743
2020 Atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease, so described ten 670
2019 Organic dementia 1 1997
2019 All other forms of chronic ischemic heart disease 2 1886
2019 Malignant tumors of the trachea, bronchi and lung 3 1523
2019 Other chronic obstructive pulmonary disease 4 1159
2019 Acute myocardial infarction 5 1061
2019 Atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease, so described 6 678
2019 Accidental poisoning by and exposure to drugs and other biological substances seven 677
2019 Stroke, not specified as hemorrhage or infarction 8 602
2019 Diabetic sugar 9 569
2019 Other ill-defined and unknown causes of death ten 522

The great thing about Dr. John Campbell is that he does NOT give his opinion when sharing data. This approach is absolutely essential to any hope of an accurate understanding of the data. On the other hand, it also leaves questions unasked. I will repeat. I didn’t say “unanswered”. I said “not asked”. That’s why it helps us a lot when someone (it used to be the job of the media) takes the data and asks good questions. If you couldn’t find your own questions when you watched John Campbell’s video, you might very much appreciate this commentary from Jimmy Gore.