(Sputnik News) In the wake of the COVID vaccine roll out in the Canadian province of New Brunswick, a “baffling” degenerative neurological illness appears to be affecting a growing number of young people, many of whom are health care workers and care givers, reported The Guardian:
An employee with Vitalité Health Network, one of the province’s two health authorities, who preferred to remain unnamed, is cited as warning that the disease has perplexed local medics and scientists for some time now.
However, he added, cases appear to be surging, affecting young adults without any prior health concerns. The symptoms include progressive and swift weight loss, insomnia, hallucinations, brain fog and limited mobility. The disease is believed to result in swift onset of cognitive decline among some of the afflicted.
According to the cited whistleblower, since spring of 2021 the official number of cases under investigation is 48. At the time, locals first learned of the disease after a leaked memo from the province’s public health agency alerted physicians to watch out for symptoms similar to Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease (CJD). The fatal brain disease is caused by misformed proteins.
“We are collaborating with different national groups and experts; however, no clear cause has been identified at this time,” said the leaked memo, cited by The Guardian. Subsequent screening produced no confirmed cases of CJD. “We have not seen over the last 20-plus years a cluster of diagnosis-resistant neurological disease like this one,” Michael Coulthart, head of Canada’s CJD surveillance network, was cited as saying at the time.
According to the Vitalité Health Network whistleblower and cited sources, due to a backlog of assessments, the disease may have affected as many as 150 people by now.
“I’m truly concerned about these cases because they seem to evolve so fast… I’m worried for them and we owe them some kind of explanation,” said the source. As scientists ponder the causes of the disease, speculations of environmental factors being at play have surfaced. Purportedly nine cases of the illness have been recorded, in which two people acting as caretakers but without genetic links developed the troubling symptoms. Thus, in one instance the wife/caretaker of a man who was developing symptoms of dementia and ataxia suddenly began experiencing trouble sleeping, muscle wasting, dementia and hallucinations. Her condition is believed to have deteriorated more than that of her husband. In another case, a nursing student in her twenties started to display neurological decline symptoms similar to those of her patient – a woman described as non-verbal and feeding with a tube.
The unnamed Vitalité employee claimed that he was motivated to speak out because of the speed with which the state of young people affected with the disease has deteriorated. “This is not a New Brunswick disease… We’re probably the area that is raising the flag because we’re mostly rural and in an area where people might have more exposure to environmental factors,” said the whistleblower.
In October, local officials, in a bid to allay concerns, reportedly suggested that eight fatal cases of the unknown disease were due to misdiagnosis. That same month, an epidemiological report suggested there was no evidence of food, behaviour or environmental factors likely to explain the illness.
However, in one study, high concentrations of β-Methylamino-L-alanine (BMAA) were found in lobster. The economy of the coastal communities in the region is largely driven by the harvesting of lobster. Documents obtained through a freedom of information request and cited by the Guardian revealed that the country’s public health agency was considering BMAA as a possible cause, but more testing was required. The toxin is produced by blue-green algae and has been linked to brain disorders such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s.
Sure, that’s the ticket — it’s caused by diseased lobsters — nothing to see here, folks.
The easiest way to disprove this “lobster theory” would be to simply ask the patients with the symptoms whether or not they ate lobster from the same source — that’s what epidemiologists do.
There’s no doubt, at the highest levels of the Health Ministry, they know exactly what is causing these symptoms — and why — but they need to protect the reputation of the killer vaccines at all costs.
Health care workers — and care givers — were the first to receive the dangerous, untested experimental vaccines in 2021 — the fact that patients have that in common should be a huge red flag for these “experts.”
Researches are well aware that the mRNA vaccines can interfere with normal protein synthesis — which can result in proteins not folding properly — and improper protein folding has been positively linked to Mad Cow Disease, Creuzfedt-Jacob Disease, Parkinson’s Disease, and Alzheimer’s.
The pesticide Roundup — glyphosate — also interrupts normal protein folding and has been linked to these degenerative neurological diseases, but given the timing of this outbreak in New Brunswick — coinciding with the vaccine roll out — it would seem less likely that Roundup is the culprit, though it shouldn’t be eliminated as a contributor.
Roundup has poisoned our entire food chain, and it’s quite possible that it may work synergistically with the mRNA vaccines to exacerbate these neurological diseases — an unintentionally benefit for those orchestrating this controlled genocide.
Either way, don’t expect the corrupt health officials in Canada — one of the most heavily vaccinated countries in the world — to ever even consider the role that the COVID vaccines are playing in this mysterious outbreak.