Though not a close follower of the COVID vaccination controversy of the past few years, I am aware that many people have had health concerns related to the vaccine. It can be difficult for a layperson such as myself to distinguish "conspiracy theories" from legitimate issues, especially about a topic that is so fraught with controversy. Therefore, I am glad I found time to watch the newly released documentary, "Died Suddenly," produced by internet show host Stew Peters and former congressional candidate Lauren Witzke. Only an hour long, it is packed with compelling information and well worth your time.
The video first presents a series of interviews with members of a profession to which most of us give little thought: embalmers. Their testimonies convincingly demonstrate that in the year after COVID vaccinations were rolled out, a never-before seen phenomenon occurred: long, rubbery clots appeared in the veins of many young and middle-aged people who had died unexpectedly. Ample, gruesome footage of the clots accompanies the testimonies.
Testimonies of other knowledgeable professionals are featured, including a former physician for the US military-turned-whistleblower, a renowned high-risk pregnancy physician, an obstetric nurse, and a formerly pro-vaccine investigative journalist. These witnesses attest to a drastic increase in deaths, miscarriages, and a variety of other health problems over the past two years. These shocking increases are also powerfully conveyed with animated graphs.
Though most of the focus of the documentary is on "what" has been happening, the question of "why?" is touched on as well. It features statements about global sustainability and the need for depopulation from Bill Gates and members of the World Economics Forum, among others. Several of the whistleblowers look even deeper to the reason the seemingly dangerous jabs were promoted, musing about the powers of darkness that the Bible warned were enemies of God's creation. The alarming and morbid information presented is juxtaposed with montages of cheerful pro-vaccine messaging and celebrity mockery of anti-vaxxers, to eerie effect.
The mainstream media is busy denouncing the documentary, but you can still view it on Stew Peter's site, Rumble, Gab, and other platforms.
The Carolina Contrarian, Anne Wilson Smith, is the author of Charlottesville Untold: Inside Unite the Right and Robert E. Lee: A History Book for Kids. She is the creator of Reckonin' and has contributed to the Abbeville Institute website and Vdare. She is a soft-spoken Southern belle by day, opinionated writer by night. She loves Jesus, her family, and her hometown. She enjoys floral dresses and acoustic guitar music. You may contact Carolina Contrarian at CarolinaContrarian@protonmail.com.