Are >100 dead US airline pilots trying to send us a message about vaccine safety?
A list deaths published in the Air Line Pilot Association magazine shows that most of the deaths in 2021 happened after the vaccines rolled out. Are dead pilots trying to tell us something?
This post was updated from the original on December 12 at 7pm PST.
Yesterday, I received the following text message referring to an article in the Air Line Pilot Association (ALPA) magazine:
OK, so at first glance, that looks pretty incriminating, doesn’t it? Especially the huge number of deaths in July (39) as compared to a pre-jab month like January (1) or March (1).
However, they only list the “new” deaths they heard about in each issue. So let’s not jump to conclusions just yet.
It looks like these pilots might be trying to teach us something about vaccine safety. We have a team of 40 people looking at all the back issues of the magazine and researching all the deaths. Stay tuned for what they find.
Athlete death toll: An update
Here’s the latest death toll for athletes to chew on in the meantime:
Strange isn’t it… the spike in deaths and collapses? Remember, a lot of athletes resisted getting the jab until their own mandates (or “incentives”) kicked in.
However, despite the evidence in VAERS and from personal experiences from doctors, the mainstream media tells us that this is just a coincidence. Right. And I’m Santa Claus.
Still no comment from Substack’s new “Writer in Residence” Dr. Eric Topol on either of these. <sarcasm> How strange. I wonder why Eric is silent on this??? He is, after all, the expert on this stuff. </sarcasm> If you haven’t added your displeasure to the nearly 2,000 other substack readers’ comments, you can do so here.
You will notice the large number of deaths in 2018...AND from pilots with their last airline as TWA and Pan Am, SURELY they would be retired or past their expiration date:
To have verified death rates of active US commercial pilots is what is needed.
ALPA includes Canada and retired numbers so irrelevant in regards to flying safety
Active license holding commercial pilot numbers are available at www•faa•gov
Strangely, the actual death numbers for every industry *including active US commercial pilots, was available UP TO 2018 , then only the "death rates" , which is rather inconclusive