May 26, 2023
UPDATE June 23, 2023 – Mr. Green is losing his hair due to chemotherapy.
This video was posted today. He’s also now talking a lot (rationalizing) about five and 10-year survival rates for Hodgkin lymphoma. We’ll keep updating.
MISSOULA, MONTANA — “Cancer mystery as cases rise among younger people around the world.” That is the headline of a March 29, 2023 article published at NewScientist.com. Every #ABV excuse in the book is posited as the reason for this phenomenon. Other mainstream media articles about the cancer spikes (no pun intended) cite statistics only from 2000 to 2019, in order to deflect, distract and create subterfuges around what’s really happening since 2021.
We’re all going to die someday. We could get shot, stabbed, in a car accident, etc. tomorrow. If you’re obese, diabetic, and eat McDonald’s everyday, there’s an increased chance for spontaneous heart disease that kills you sooner than normal. But the mRNA and viral vector DNA injections cause people to drop dead or die in their sleep “suddenly and unexpectedly.” There’s no denying this fact.
The other common cause of death among vaxxed people since 2021 is hyper-aggressive, post-injection cancer. Social media influencers seem particularly prone to this paradox, especially when they use their platforms as marketing tools for Pfizer and Moderna.
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Mr. William Henry Green II, aka Hank Green, was born in Alabama, but raised in Orlando, Florida. He has a master’s degree in environmental studies from the University of Montana. He, his wife and son live in Missoula (Montana) today. Mainstream media gave him press in the early 2000s for some of his early websites. He wrote for several mainstream publications thereafter, including National Geographic, The Weather Channel and the New York Times. He is also the author of two books.
Mr. Green, 43, and his older brother John Green, 45, launched the YouTube channel VlogBrothers on January 1, 2007. The channel has 3.6 million subscribers and 940 million total views as of publishing. This blogger will not pretend to know everything about Mr. Green’s content. But the two brothers “celebrate nerdiness, education, science, and imagining others complexly,” according to the Christian Today blog.
The most-watched video on the channel (16 million views) was published on January 3, 2009 – and it’s about giraffe mating.
In fact, four of the top 8 most-watched videos on the channel are about giraffe mating.
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VlogBrothers spawned several other channels and millions more subscribers. Their fan base is called “Nerdfighters” and collectively “Nerdfighteria.” Mr. Green has a huge audience in addition to YouTube, with 1.3 million Instagram followers, 7.5 million TikTok followers, 1.5 million Twitter followers, and another 394,000 on Facebook.
Mr. Green’s vaxx zealotry and “trust the science” dispositions started before the mRNA and viral vector DNA injections were even available to the public. The following video, entitled “Would I Take a COVID Vaccine,” was published on November 20, 2020.
As you can imagine, things got Fauci-er from there.
Millions of “Nerdfighters” follow Green’s vaccine lead
Mr. Green is perhaps the most diehard vaxx zealot we’ve covered on The COVID Blog®. He was jonesing for the injections like a heroin addict’s first day of rehab in late 2020 and early 2021. He regurgitated all the common talking points related to the injections, and was/is essentially a marketing channel for Pfizer and Moderna.
Note that Orin is Mr. Green’s six-year-old son. There’s also some sad irony in the following tweets.
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Mr. Green finally got his most cherished wish, and received his first two injections, with the second one coming on April 14, 2021.
Mr. Green facilitated a de-facto “pizza john vaccine challenge” with his millions of followers thereafter. Pizza john is a meme embraced by Nerdfighters. Mr. John Green, the brother, grew a mustache in 2009. The fans turned it into a meme; and the Green brothers turned it into a t-shirt marketing campaign and an annual fundraiser for a nonprofit called Partners in Health. The following is the original art done by one of Green’s fans.
The Nerdfighters, in droves, started posting their “I got vaccinated” photos wearing pizza john t-shirts around the same time Mr. Green got his first two injections. There are literally thousands of these across TikTok and Twitter.
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If Nerdfighters wanted to be in the good graces of Mr. Green, then they needed to be “vaccinated.” He called the non-vaccinated “fucking infuriating.”
We know that Mr. Green is at least triple-vaxxed.
He encouraged all immunocompromised people to receive the injections in November 2021.
Mr. Green has ulcerative colitis and a “family history of colon cancer.”
Despite the foregoing, he got the injections anyway.
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The last time he mentioned the word “vaccine” on Twitter was in January, when he blamed #ABV for all the young people suddenly dying across the globe.
“I want to be goofy science guy, not struggling with cancer guy”
We mentioned how giraffe mating videos were four of the top-8 most-popular videos on the VlogBrothers YouTube channel. The average age of those videos is 13 years. But now the fifth-most watched video (as of publishing) on the channel is just one week old – May 19, 2023 publishing date to be exact.
Mr. Green, in the same nonchalant way YouTuber Technoblade announced his condition, told his fans that he was diagnosed with Hodgkin lymphoma (some call it Hodgkin’s lymphoma) – cancer of the white blood cells in laymen’s terms. White blood cells are the part of the immune system that fights off bacteria, viruses and other infections.
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Mr. Green admitted (at the 3:56 mark) that he had several risk factors for Hodgkin lymphoma, including “medications that I have taken.” He did not elaborate further.
Mr. Green also said that he feels zero symptoms whatsoever after the diagnosis. But he then admitted (at the 6:10 mark) that he will get sick and feel a lot of symptoms once the mustard gas therapy (which the medical industrial complex calls “chemotherapy”) commences. He also admitted that he is in fact poisoning himself with mustard gas therapy (at the 6:46 mark). Mr. Green conceded that he’s unlikely to produce regular content for the foreseeable future.
Here is the full video.
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He is now dealing with the mental gymnastics that come with somewhat admitting he’s poisoning himself with mustard gas therapy, but still trying to justify it.
The phenomenon of parasocial relationships
The COVID Blog® often points out how the two tribes in the United States (that make up 80-plus percent of the population) are controlled by their masters.
All the liberal tribe needs is homosexual culture. Give them drag clowns, transgender stuff and Bud Light, and they will quietly and happily follow all orders from the powers-that-be (“TPTB”). The MAGA/right-wing crowd needs idols. Donald Trump is their god incarnate right now. Tucker Carlson and Elon Musk are vying for Jesus status. Ron DeSantis also wants his face on the Last Supper portrait.
Regardless, the right wingers have a parasocial relationship with Trump. They love him unconditionally. He hates them (except for their votes and money). It’s idolatry on steroids and makes no sense to critical thinkers. It’s also human nature at the rawest levels.
Dominique Khonde is called “The Prophet” by millions of [sheepish] people in the Democratic Republic of Congo and surrounding countries. He’s made millions of dollars off his “miracle juice” that he claims cures AIDS, cancer and even brings dead kids back to life. People making $1 per day save their money for weeks and pool their funds to buy and split a $35 bottle of “The Juice,” which is literally lemon juice and gasoline.
The whole situation is quite disturbing and sad.
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The Congolese, due to conditions in the country, can be given the benefit of the doubt. But Mr. Green is said to have a net worth of over $12 million. He also has a master’s degree and thus, is “educated.” Still, he was sheepish enough not only to get the mRNA injections, but promote them to his fan base. And millions of Nerdfighters, presumably most being “semi-educated,” followed this blind person to their own demises. But at least Mr. Green and most vaxx zealots lead their death marches by example. Trump and Khonde manipulate their sheep, and laugh at them from atop their ivory towers.
We could literally do these post-injection cancer stories daily. These people publicly chronicle everything like that’s a normal thing to do. Note that the following woman, Debbie Alford of Brownsville, Texas, has a Ph.D in education.
Whether they drop dead, die in their sleep, or contract hyper-aggressive, post-injection cancers, vaxxed people have significantly shortened their lives because they “trusted the science” and the “science guys.”
This blogger will never wish ill-will on others (except for maybe Bill Gates, his minions and the mainstream media “journalists” who protect them). But Mr. Green has a lot of blood on his hands. If he reads this, and hasn’t started the mustard gas therapy yet, it’d be wise to cut his losses now. He also needs to apologize to his fan base and admit the truth as to why he has cancer. The mRNA injections have already done their thing on him. Exacerbating the situation with mustard gas therapy is unwise.
Stay vigilant and protect your friends and loved ones.
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