A Dutch undertaker asks an innocent question:

A Dutch undertaker asks an innocent question: Why do the bodies look so strange lately?


Frontnews and Robert Gorter, MD, PhD.

October 15th, 2021


“A single naive question is sometimes enough to collapse an entire system,” a Colombian philosopher named Gómez Dávila once said.

And lately, a lot of people are starting to ask a lot of innocent questions, because they come across things that just don’t seem to make sense, as long as you don’t ask the kinds of questions we’re supposed not to ask, writes Rintrah.nl.

As we said before, too many people are dying in the Netherlands lately and demographers are starting to notice that. Funeral directors are also beginning to notice strange patterns.

The advantage of being part of a real community is that when things get sour, you hear the kinds of things that the institutions of power are trying to obscure. Atrocities that made it into the history books were usually dismissed as rumors when they happened. A Dutch woman came across such a “rumor” in her extensive network and decided to record it for the sake of transparency. A Dutch funeral director asked his colleagues for help so that the bodies he treated would look better.

So; there you have it. A Dutch undertaker notes that the bodies he treats have strange capillary hemorrhages known as petechiae. What could cause such a thing? There is a long list of conditions that can cause these symptoms, but there is one that stands out: Thrombocytopenia. When a person has abnormally low platelets, bleeding can easily occur because the blood does not clot properly. One of the symptoms a woman may notice from this is heavy menstrual bleeding (which many women report lately). In men, it is rarer to notice symptoms superficially.

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Independently, it has been documented multiple times that there is a link between the COVID-19 vaccine and the development of autoimmune thrombocytopenia (ITP). What is more difficult to determine is how many cases go unreported. This is the kind of indicator you would expect if we miss many cases of people whose deaths are simply interpreted as an “unexpected tragedy”.

I will also take the trouble to document some of the responses.


Another funeral director also shares something interesting:

“This is also worth checking out. The medical term for a buildup of fluid in the abdomen is Ascites. While the most common cause is cirrhosis, another possible explanation for such a fluid buildup is heart failure. If we are dealing with far more cases of spontaneous heart failure (as the statistics from England suggest) in people who were otherwise relatively healthy, what this lady described is the sort of thing you would expect funeral directors to notice.”

We can apply some simple math to see if these reports pass the smell test. An average undertaker embalms about two people a day. Mortality in the Netherlands is currently about ten percent above normal. So, an undertaker who would embalm ten people a week would now embalm eleven. If any excess deaths occurring now are exhibiting these kinds of phenomena, then it is fitting that an undertaker can report seeing two of those cases a week.

In the long run, there are other questions to be answered: is this transient? We’re still not really sure how the vaccines cause myocarditis and blood clots. Scientists are unsure about the underlying mechanism. The spike protein itself is toxic, but the immune response to the spike protein can also cause problems. We only know that this is the case because we see many more cases in a given period after the administration of the vaccine than would be expected on the basis of random chance. If the problem is the antibody response to the spike protein, then we would expect these antibodies to be boosted when people are re-exposed to the virus.

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These are the kinds of questions that people would have liked to have answered before the government decided that every person over the age of 12 should be injected with these vaccines.

The statistics: the average age of people dying of COVID-19 is 83; and all had significant co-morbidity, like diabetes, cancer, COPD, and heart & vessel disease. In the Netherlands, in 2020 there were 280.000 teenagers and two died of COVID-19: one 16 years old who was being treated with chemotherapy for leukemia and the other lived with Down’s syndrome (all known to have immunodeficiencies).

Why vaccinate 280.000 teenagers with an experimental vaccine and multiples severe toxicities being reported in this age group, like cardio myelitis and life-long neurologic damages, to save two teenagers of which one would have likely died anyway?

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