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Why are rugby players (and other young people) collapsing and dying?

Recent Herald articles detail a number of medical ‘incidents’ relating to rugby players.  The articles are somewhat confusing and lacking in medical detail but there has been enough reported to be concerned about and for us to have questions.  At least four players have been mentioned as experiencing medical events or needing medical care in the last month.  

Piecing together the details from several articles it is possible to glean the following information.

1) Suburbs Rugby Club’s Premier Development side and Manukau Rovers Rugby Football Club. The player collapsed moments after the final whistle.  The player is believed to have suffered a seizure and stopped breathing.  Paramedics performed life-saving CPR. He was transported to Auckland Hospital to receive treatment.

2) On June 17 Adrian Lole was seen stumbling back to the try line before collapsing.  Lole was rushed into surgery, where he had a blood clot removed from his brain. Auckland Rugby Union are still unaware of the cause.

3) Bay of Plenty rugby league player Tere Livingstone suffered a critical brain injury while playing and died in hospital days after the incident.  After receiving a scan and surgery he had been putting up a fight for the past few days.

4) The events come after a Bay of Plenty rugby league player (Tere Livingstone) and a rugby union player from Ruatōria both died after on-field incidents. 

That is four incidents in a short space of time.  The reporting is ambiguous and refers to “a tragic incident”,  “a major brain injury”, “severely injured”, “on-field incidents”.  However, it is not clear whether the players were injured in the course of play or whether they suffered an injury to their brain due to a medical event. Certainly in at least two of these cases it would seem to be the latter.  The players have collapsed or had a seizure rather than experiencing a blow to the head.

Surgery has been needed – to remove blood clots in one case.  

There have been previous reports in 2021 and 2022 involving young rugby players dying suddenly from medical events.

Rugby player Taniela Moa (36) suddenly dead following a medical event in Dec 2021.

Sulamai Lavea (48) a rugby league player passed away from a heart attack on Saturday 11 Dec 2021 in Brisbane.  He had walked up the ‘death stairs’ during fitness training and collapsed on the second level.

Mike Salase (39) was a rugby league player.  He died on 10 Jul 2021 having suffered a medical event while playing league in Broadwood, Northland.

A rugby player died during an East Coast Centennial celebration match.

Rising star, Maori All Black Sean Wainui (26) died mysteriously, without the proper post-mortem needed, especially since he was reportedly unwell since his first jab. 

What is going on?  Has anyone asked the obvious question?  Were these players injected with a covid 19 ‘vaccine’ and have they experienced one of the many potential adverse effects that could cause a person to suffer a seizure, collapse, heart attack, have a brain bleed or need clot removal?

Of course, as we have stated repeatedly, it is not just rugby players who are suffering so-called sudden unexpected injuries and death. All age groups and walks of life are suffering unexplained elevated death rates.

Something is killing us off and we have to do something. 

It is becoming increasingly known that the injection of synthetic genetic material along with lipid nanoparticles and possible contaminants, as well as the subsequent production of spike protein (and perhaps other proteins) by multiple cells in the body, is associated with a number of serious medical conditions showing up in many people. 

Once injected, the mRNA ends up in the circulation where it can be taken up by any body cells.  It seems the heart muscle, brain and lining of blood vessels are common sites for production of spike protein.  When human cells produce a foreign protein they become a target of the immune system.  Inflammation occurs as the body tries to remove the foreign protein.

Inflammation in the heart muscle is known as myocarditis.  If it affects electrical pathways in the heart, heart-stopping rhythm disturbances can occur.  This can cause a sudden collapse and/or death.  Post-mRNA vaccine myocarditis affects young men particularly and seems to be exacerbated by physical exertion.

Inflammation in brain tissue can cause seizures, in addition to a multitude of other symptoms.

Inflammation in blood vessels can weaken the walls and cause them to swell (aneurysm), split (dissection) or burst.  Inflamed blood vessels may also contribute to blood clots forming inside them causing damage to tissues downstream.

The reason for bringing this up is because if possible adverse reactions from a novel injection are not considered in the possible diagnoses in these cases and then ruled out, the potential for treatment may be missed.  In addition, damage is cumulative and the more injections a person has, the more likely adverse effects are to occur. It is looking like there really are deadlier batches and placebos out there, according to published studies

We keep mentioning such situations because until there is acknowledgement that the vaccine can cause serious and significant harm in some people and open discussion and debate is allowed, there won’t be any research about how to treat people potentially affected.  Nor will there be discussion about how to prevent further damage which could affect other rugby players and other Kiwis.  

We and others have written on some of the hundreds of post-vaccine deaths by name – Divya Simon, Isabella Alexander, Rory Nairn, Louis AmosLiam O’Sullivan, Sarah Barnes, and we have referred to numerous children, suddenly dead, as a group. Using their actual names this time will hopefully help stimulate a call for a proper enquiry so we can move to protect ourselves, in the absence of any public officials acting on massive ‘safety signals’, to put it mildly. 

So here is a roll-call of some suspicious deaths in children and young people, with huge respect, compassion and sorrow for the families’ losses, whatever the cause may be:

Felix (13), Ethan (12), Max (12), Tiare (16), Isabella (17), Faith (14), Aramea (12), Ropiha (17), Layk (18), Declan (17), Celia (13), Sai (12), Te Kahui (14, another gifted rugby player), Luke (19), Louis (19), Catelyn (17), Liam (19), Hannah (15), ​​​​​​​Leila (13), Riley (14), Asher (17), Shya (17), Eliana (4 days old – mum Nishi died suddenly in pregnancy, and Eliana born by emergency Caesarean section).

Most of these children were definitely jabbed, one or two may not have been. People who report these deaths are not always 100% certain of the exact details.

Such sudden deaths DO happen very rarely in normal times but not in these numbers, nor paralleled with thousands of serious jab injuries, that could be described themselves as ‘near miss’ deaths. Remember too that acknowledged under-reporting means the actual numbers will be even higher. 

It is not our intention to distress or upset friends and family, rather to bring awareness to issues that are being censored, and to prevent further deaths and harm among New Zealanders.  

NZDSOS accept the possibility of errors, apologises for any distress caused, and are always open to correction if these deaths are not related.  

Over to the government to disprove everything we have said above. 

We must stop the jabs, and have an enquiry to let the full facts emerge. 


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