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Tuesday, June 4, 2024

Murdered by Midazolam injections: Study finds thousands of elderly English were euthanized to add to COVID-19 death statistics

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Murdered by Midazolam injections: Study finds thousands of elderly English were euthanized to add to COVID-19 death statistics

A report titled “Excess Deaths in the United Kingdom: Midazolam and Euthanasia in the COVID-19 Pandemic” by Australia-based Dr. Wilson Sy, Director of Investment Analytics Research published in February 2024 suggested that a rise in deaths in the United Kingdom (UK) was mistakenly ascribed to COVID-19 in April 2020. Rather, it was the pervasive use of Midazolam (a sedative drug also used in executions in the United States) injections that caused a surge in deaths in all regions across England in 2020. 

 

Moreover, the same report alarmingly indicated that the widespread and persistent use of Midazolam in the UK suggests “a possible policy of systemic euthanasia”, highlighting that “UK excess deaths were closely associated with the use of Midazolam and other medical intervention”. According to an excerpt of the report:

“If COVID-19 were the commonly accepted explanation for the April 2020 data, then the wide geographical spread of high excess deaths in all regions within a very short period would require the SARS-CoV-2 virus to be transmitted very rapidly and be very lethal at the same time, which is biologically unlikely. The data anomaly contradicts the COVID-19 hypothesis and the unfounded popular belief that most elderly who died early were evidence that the elderly were particularly vulnerable to COVID-19, which was unlikely, not being prevalent. In conclusion, the UK data anomaly of April 2020, where the data on COVID cases and deaths are inconsistent, most likely indicated that the huge spike in death may not have been due to SARS-CoV-2 virus. This possible misattribution to COVID-19 was confirmed by the UK Health Security Agency [15], mentioned earlier, which declared that as of 19 March 2020, COVID-19 was not a “high consequence infectious disease”.

Strikingly, the report reinforced the already established claim that PCR (polymerase chain reaction) tests used to detect COVID-19 were largely unreliable:

“By now, it should be well-known that data on COVID cases and deaths are unreliable, because they are based on flawed PCR tests which do not reliably detect the presence of the SARS-CoV-2 virus and often produce false positives. This fundamental flaw facilitated the inconsistent attribution of COVID cases and deaths. In conclusion, in 2020 and early 2021, spikes in UK COVID deaths were likely misclassification of non-COVID deaths, which begs the question: what caused the surges in non-COVID deaths early in the pandemic?”

In particular, the report illustrated the “time series relationship between Midazolam injections and excess deaths in England”, before pointing out that the “misclassification of COVID deaths” in the UK was “possibly deliberate” and was highly correlated “with Midazolam injections”.

Notably, the report expounded on Midazolam as being potentially fatal:

“Used orally, Midazolam is not normally lethal to healthy people. However, given intravenously in large doses continuously, often with opioids, to the elderly with comorbidities, particularly those who are terminally ill, it could be lethal. According to the US National Library of Medicine: ‘Midazolam injection may cause serious or life-threatening breathing problems such as shallow, slowed, or temporarily stopped breathing that may lead to permanent brain injury or death.’”

However, despite its potentially lethal side effects, Midazolam was widely used in the UK,  leading to “a visually remarkable correlation with excess deaths”, the report went on.

In particular, the report illustrated the “time series relationship between Midazolam injections and excess deaths in England”, before pointing out that the “misclassification of COVID deaths” in the UK was “possibly deliberate” and was highly correlated “with Midazolam injections”.

Former Australian Member of Parliament Craig Kelly lambasted the conclusions of this report, posting on X (formerly Twitter):

“If the data is correct, the only conclusion is that tens of thousands of elderly English were murdered with an injection of the end of life drug Midazolam. These deaths were then falsely blamed on Covid, which was the basis of the public fear campaigns used to justify the lockdowns and mass mandated injections of the public (including children) with an experimental medical intervention that had zero long term safety data. And along the way, a small group pushing the need for mass mandated injections made billions.”

Likewise, another X user called Rustler penned the following:

“Monthly Midazolam doses V
Monthly Deaths (Age 75+)
England 2019-2021 

→ 32,000 #ExcessDeaths in April 2020 +112% above 5-year average 

→ Midazolam doses up +131% in April 2020

Our elderly weren’t dying from COVID- they were systemically assaulted with End-Of-Life protocols.”Escess Deaths UK

Previously, I wrote another article about the predatory nature of euthanasia, euphemistically described in some countries like Canada as “medical assistance in dying” (MAID).

Couched in nice-sounding terms like “compassionate dying” allegedly to “end a patient’s suffering” the pervasive practice of euthanasia is nonetheless a degradation of the dignity and sanctity of human life.

That physically healthy people like Zoraya ter Beek have been encouraged to end their lives by doctors, people who are meant to preserve lives, as well as state-sanctioned healthcare systems, is utterly reprehensible.

Countries like the Netherlands and Canada that regress further into the “culture of death” are simply implementing the eugenics ideologies of the Nazis as well as anti-life advocate and Planned Parenthood Founder Margaret Sanger. Nowadays, as in the case of the Midazolam murders in the UK, the COVID-19 cult has taken over, with thousands of vulnerable elderly getting exterminated to fit yet another Machiaveillian agenda.

Zoraya, who reportedly was euthanized on May 22 this year, could have been advised to seek help in other ways, such as finding solace in God, instead of choosing to die. While Zoraya had a part to play in her decision to die, the Catholic Herald rightfully lamented that her death “was influenced by a trusted medical professional” nevertheless.

Even more alarmingly, euthanasia is not just being promoted in certain countries for those who are willing to get euthanized.

Rather, as the aforementioned Midazolam case study showed, the insidious practice of involuntary euthanasia has been underway for years (not to mention the atrocious euthanasia and mass murders committed by Nazi Germany during the Second World War).

Also, legalizing euthanasia for young children (who probably have no full understanding of the implications of euthanasia, albeit voluntary, is an unconscionable act.

If people suffering from “unbearable diseases and illness” can legally opt to be euthanized, who will follow next?

Unfortunately, the writing is on the wall already, as more and more people suffering from “mental illnesses” can opt to end their lives, as did Zoraya.

Evidently, countries like the Netherlands and Canada that regress further into the “culture of death” are simply implementing the eugenics ideologies of the Nazis as well as anti-life advocate and Planned Parenthood Founder Margaret Sanger. Nowadays, as in the case of the Midazolam murders in the UK, the COVID-19 cult has taken over, with thousands of vulnerable elderly getting exterminated to fit yet another Machiavellian agenda.

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Angeline Tan | Remnant Columnist, Singapore

Angeline is a Catholic writer who enjoys Catholic history and architecture. Her favorite saints include Saint Joseph, Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, Saint Philomena and the Blessed Virgin Mary, Queen of all Saints.