July 1, 2022
SAN FRANCISCO — A 23-year-old semi-anonymous YouTube star is dead, after what appears to be another case of cancer exacerbated by the injections.
The subject of this article is known as “Technoblade” on YouTube. It was officially revealed in the last 24 hours that his real first name is Alex. No surname has been officially revealed. But a Technoblade fan and self-identified friend wrote us and said Technoblade’s full name is Alexander Marshall Gray-Spight.
He went to Carlmont High School in Belmont, California, about 25 miles south of downtown San Francisco. He said in a September 2019 video that he dropped out of college to be a full-time YouTuber. Technoblade is a self-described atheist.
He created his YouTube account on October 28, 2013, at age 14. Instead of his face, he uses an animated pig as a profile photo and for all branding.
His channels are huge, with over 11 million YouTube subscribers and 3.7 million Twitter followers. Technoblade’s content is mostly livestreams of a video game called Minecraft.
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This blogger is not going to pretend to know anything about Minecraft. But it is wildly popular among young people. There are no goals or concrete objects of the game. You basically do whatever you want for hours, months and years at a time. Minecraft has been around in some form since 2009. Microsoft purchased the game for $2.5 billion in 2014. Despite having no measurable key performance indicators, Technoblade is frequently recognized as the best or at least top five Minecraft player in the world.
His 987 YouTube videos have been viewed 1.3 billion times as of publishing. He also sells merchandise on his eponymous website, and is said to have a net worth of over $3 million.
Vaccine promotion and cancer
It is unclear when exactly Technoblade received his injections. But another fan wrote us and said the first time they heard Technoblade talk about the mRNA injections (“vaccines”) was in May 2021. That makes sense because he posted a video on June 6, 2021, but then disappeared for nearly three months. His next video was entitled “where I’ve been,” published on August 27, 2021.
Technoblade said that his right arm started to hurt really bad in late July. “I noticed my right shoulder was starting to swell. So on August 2, I went to the doctor and was told I have cancer,” he said, paraphrased. There was a large tumor in his arm. Technoblade announced that he underwent chemotherapy, which he ironically called “poison injected into [my] veins.”
“I was a healthy 22-year-old that never went to the doctor” prior to the sudden cancer diagnosis, he said. But it was his announcement around the 8:30 mark of the video that caught our attention.
“The one favor I do want to ask. If you guys can do one small favor for Technoblade, you know that coronavirus thing that you’ve been hearing in the news for the last couple of years? I want you guys to get rid of it. I want it gone, a couple days should be sufficient for you guys to do that. No, but seriously.
I’m kinda immuno-compromised right now, which means if a bacteria touches me, or like a virus touches me, I will explode. So yeah, get the vaccine is what I’m saying. I’m going to get cancelled by the anti-vaxxers for saying it. But it’s such a good vaccine, bro. Pfizer got full FDA approval this week for people age 16 and up. I think you can also get it if you’re 11-15. It got emergency approval or whatever.”
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Of course the whole “Pfizer is fully approved by the FDA” narrative was/is a complete lie and charade. The Biologics License Application (BLA) was approved for Comirnaty, a brand name for the Pfizer mRNA injections that are still to this day, not available in the United States. In other words, the FDA approved something that the U.S. has no access to. But it sure made for good propaganda in 2021.
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A user in the Technoblade sub-Reddit, which has 215,000 followers, posted this on the same day.
Despite the ominous prognosis, which from all accounts was officially soft tissue sarcoma, Technoblade sounded in good spirits. And his millions of fans, who are mostly kids, immediately obeyed his orders to get the injections and encourage others to do so.
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His condition progressively worsened. Technoblade reported in December 2021 that he almost had to get his right arm amputated. The chemotherapy and radiation caused the tumor to grow larger. Again, despite the situation, he announced it all while playing video games and joking about it. Ultimately several muscles were removed from his arm, which prevented amputation.
Death announcement by father
Late last night, a video was posted to Technoblade’s YouTube account. It was only his third video posted in 2022. Technoblade’s father, Mr. Marshall Spight, read a prepared message from Technoblade in a video entitled “so long nerds.”
“Hello everyone. Technoblade here. If you’re watching this, I’m dead,” the message said. He revealed that his real name is Alex, and not Dave, as he had told fans in 2016. Technoblade apologized for “selling out” in the last year. He thanked his fans for their support and said his time on YouTube was the happiest days of his life. A very emotional Mr. Spight spoke about Technoblade’s last days and how he contemplated doing a “face reveal” video. But he was ultimately too sick.
Technoblade wrote a few paragraphs that became the following video. He died eight hours after writing it, according to Mr. Spight. The video ends with a note from Technoblade’s mother. She revealed that he had “stage 4 cancer.”
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Numerous mainstream media outlets wrote about his death in the last few hours. But Technoblade, aka Alexander Marshall Gray-Spight, actually died on June 10 at his home, according to a now-deleted obituary published by the Redwood City Pulse. The outlet tweeted that they received all the reported information directly from Crippen & Flynn Funeral Chapels. But they deleted it after the family request it. The obituary was published elsewhere as well.
Technoblade also had a profile on Meritpages.com. He went to the University of Iowa and majored in English and Creative Writing. Technoblade made the Dean’s List in both 2018 and 2019. He is survived by his parents and four siblings.
The post-injection cancer chapter
Most of you know that The COVID Blog™ book is being written as we speak. We’re taking pre-orders for shipments starting on December 15, 2022. This blogger has ghostwritten books for other people. But this will be his first book. An inside-out approach is taken, meaning the most important and complex chapters are written first. Order and flow are done at the end of the process.
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We are creating a post-injection cancer category on The COVID Blog™. And judging from how things are going right now, at least two chapters in the book will be dedicated to this subject as well.
Technoblade’s condition sounds very similar to another one that we never reported because we couldn’t get more information. But a man named Mike Kopica tweeted a gruesome photo of his mother’s arm after her first mRNA injection. She still received the second injection, had a “seizure from hell,” and died.
Mr. Kopica didn’t specifically say it was cancer. But it sounds like Technoblade’s cancer originated from his injection site, similar to above.
This blogger can’t understand how someone can amass 10 million subscribers without ever revealing their face to their audience. Granted that’s how radio worked pre-1999. But even then, broadcasters made live appearances at malls and what not. Apparently a vast majority of Technoblade’s fans are seeing his face for the first time today. It just shows how this anonymous, detached world of social media and internet have changed the way people, particularly Generation Z, bond and interact with others.
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Credit must be given where it’s due. Technoblade was loved by millions, and turned a hobby into a career. Unfortunately thousands and perhaps millions of young people followed his lead and orders related to the lethal injections.
Technoblade faced “cancel culture” simply for calling the eight-minute video of George Floyd being killed “murder.” He said he’d stay apolitical thereafter. But that apparently did not include the injections, which are perhaps the most divisive political subject matter in history.
This young man said he enjoyed life and would do it all over again with the same ending. Good for him. But just like others celebrities and semi-celebrities, he chose to use his platform as an advertising arm (no pun intended) for Pfizer. For whatsoever a man soweth, that shall he also reap. Stay vigilant and protect your friends and loved ones.
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