November 15, 2021
BOOTLE, MERSEYSIDE — It took seven months for a British inquest to conclude what most critical thinkers already knew. But the decedent died in vain as his family encourages others to suffer the same fate.
The inquest was conducted by the Sefton, Knowsley and St. Helens Coroner’s Office at Bootle Town Hall last Tuesday. Mr. Neil Astles received his first AstraZeneva viral vector DNA injection on March 15 at the St. Helens Rugby Club, according to the International Business Times. He suffered from debilitating “thunderclap headaches” 11 day later. Mr. Astles, 59, started vomiting uncontrollably on April 2 while the headaches worsened.
He was admitted to Warrington Hospital that day and diagnosed with several blood clots in his brain, including a central venous sinus thrombosis. The latter prevents blood from draining away from the brain. Thus at least one blood vessel burst, causing massive bleeding in the back of his brain. Mr. Astles was transferred to the Royal Liverpool University Hospital intensive care unit upon the discovery.
Doctors contemplated surgery to relieve the pressure built up in Mr. Astles’ head. But they decided against it because the damage was already too extensive. Mr. Astles died on April 4.
Disturbing comments from the family
Mrs. Carole Astles, Neil’s widow, seemed both confused and shaken by his death. She said at the inquest:
“The vaccine never even entered our minds because it was nine days after that he developed headaches. It wasn’t evident he was in a race against time at that point. It’s just not fair.”
But Mr. Peter Astles, Neil’s brother, appeared to dismiss his brother’s death as collateral damage:
”I think everybody in this country should have the vaccine. I had the vaccine even after Neil died.”
She said there’s nothing to be furious about because her brother was just “extraordinarily unlucky.” Dr. Astles answered, “every medicine we take is a balance of risk and benefits” when asked by the BBC if she wished her brother didn’t get the AstraZeneca injection. She also encouraged everyone to get both the first and second AstraZeneca injections despite the known risks and personal impact on her family
“If we all have the vaccine, a few of us might have a blood clot but the evidence is that fewer people will die. We trust the process, we trust the regulator, and despite what has happened to our family we don’t want people to be scared off. That’s the message we want to get across.”
The inquest judge said that Mr. Astles suffered an “extremely rare” adverse reaction, and said the benefits of the injections outweigh the risks.
Julie Goulding, the senior coroner in charge of the case, said that the family showed “dignity” by supporting the injections despite their loved one’s death. She also repeated both the “very rare” and “benefits outweigh the risks” fallacies.
The inquest concluded that Mr. Astles died from “intracerebral hemorrhage, central venous sinus thrombosis, and the COVID-19 vaccine.”
U.K. expands booster eligibility
The Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI) announced today that all Britons over age 40 are now eligible for booster shots. Boosters were only available to people over age 50 prior to today. The JCVI also cleared the way for kids ages 16 and 17 to receive second doses of Pfizer mRNA. That age groups was only eligible for one dose prior to today.
U.K. mainstream media tools have been loudly promoting the booster shots for weeks. Piers Morgan gloated about his third injection last Thursday, and told so-called “anti-vaxxers” to “f*** off.”
Meanwhile “vaccine passports” are now required to enter most public places in Scotland and Wales. Northern Ireland and England are still technically “free” since passports aren’t required in most settings, according to the BBC. The Republic of Ireland requires vaccine passports to travel abroad.
You have to wonder if the Astles family is even close-knit. They literally sound completely indifferent as to the death of their brother. Perhaps they are being paid. The sister is a doctor and obviously loyal to big pharma. Either way, there are many families like this now, broken because of injections. It’s yet another cog in the depopulation agenda – breaking up families by any means necessary.
Many of us are making new friends, new connections in 2021 both out of necessity and desire. Unfortunately we can no longer cling to old ways. Adapt or perish. That’s where we’re at. Stay vigilant and protect your friends and loved ones.
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