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Saturday 23 March 2024

Get Checked, Now, For Cancer


I haven’t written about covid on my blog for some time, one reason is that I generally tend to prefer writing about what I am reading about, or things of general interest to me, and the other is that we live in a context where most people have made up their minds on this issue and it is rare to bring someone around now. The globalist elites have managed to get away with one of the greatest heists and greatest cons in the modern world, maybe not perfectly, but at least so far in large measure and most people just want to leave it behind them now.

But the aftermath of their worldwide medical experiment is becoming clearer to at least some of us. You cannot manipulate the human immune system so massively and not have massive down flow effects. One of those things that many people are noticing is how many people are now getting cancer, and how aggressively they are getting it. Many people are seeing previously healthy loved ones, or relatively healthy in the sense of being cancer free loved ones, going down to cancers very quickly, and it is hard not to draw a correlation from the not-vax that was given to people just a couple of years ago.

One of the things that people predicted would be increased cancer rates, rates that would make it hard for the authorities to continue to deny what was happening. Of course, they continue to point in other directions, while admitting that there is a massive observed and predicted increase in cancers,

“Global cancer cases are predicted to rise by more than 75% by 2050, according to the World Health Organization.

Latest figures from the WHO’s cancer arm, the International Agency for Research on Cancer, makes plain the growing burden of cancer, rising from 14.1 million new cases and 8.2 million deaths worldwide in 2012 to 20 million new cases and 9.7 million deaths a decade later. The IARC predicts there will be more than 35 million new cancer cases by 2050, an increase of 77% from 2022 levels, and that deaths will have nearly doubled since 2012 to more than 18 million.

The IARC said tobacco use, alcohol consumption and obesity were key factors behind the increasing incidence of cancer, as well as population ageing and growth.”[1]

Of course, all those things are known causes of cancer. But none of those things was invented and put into people in the last two years, out of the blue.

And it is not just unhealthy people who are coming down with cancers all of the sudden.


It is also healthy people with the best possible healthcare and health advice in the world who are getting unexpected cancers early in life. Something is up.

Official Australian data shows that cancer rates have increased in Australia, though they are mostly put down to increases in population over time, and an aging population,

“In 2000, there were around 88,000 cases of cancer diagnosed in Australia. By 2023, it is estimated there will be around 165,000 cases of cancer diagnosed in Australia. This 88% increase in the span of just over 20 years is mainly due to increases in population size and increasing numbers of people reaching older ages for which cancer rates are higher.

Had the cancer incidence rates from 2000 for the various age groups remained constant between 2000 and 2023 there would be around 154,000 cases of cancer diagnosed in Australia in 2023 – an increase of around 66,000 cases. This number is reflective of increases due to population size and the ageing population alone. The additional 11,000 cases to arrive at the estimated 165,000 cases is indicative of the increase due to increasing cancer rates. Overall, around 86% of the estimated increase of cancer incidence increase between 2000 and 2023 levels is attributable to population increase and the ageing population alone.”[2]

But it is also noted that there is an “increase due to increasing cancer rates.” Cancer is going up more than it should, “By 2033, with increasing population and estimated increasing rates of cancer, it is estimated there will be over 200,000 cases of cancer diagnosed in Australia.”[3]

There is more cancer, but it is also more survivable,

“The age-adjusted cancer incidence rate increased from 584 cases per 100,000 people in 2000 to an estimated 626 cases per 100,000 people in 2023. Over the corresponding period, age-adjusted cancer mortality rates decreased from 255 deaths per 100,000 people to an estimated 195 deaths per 100,000 people (Figure 1). Increasing cancer survival rates increase the gap between incidence and mortality rates.”[4]

So, even the official data, which seeks to explain much of the increase by noting increased population levels, admits that the rates of cancer per 100,000 people, that is per capita, are increasing. So, it is not just about population levels, or aging, though they are both factors. The good news is that there is now a 71% chance of surviving cancer, as opposed to a 51% chance in 2000.[5] Which is good motivation to get checked early.

Some of you may think it is in poor taste to mention Princess Middleton in this discussion. But she is a high-profile example of a disturbing new trend of increased cancer rates in the younger generations. She is not much older than myself, and much healthier than most people my age. But scientists are asking the question:

“Too young: why are Australians under 50 increasingly being diagnosed with cancer? Scientists think the rise in early-onset diagnoses may be the result of lifestyle changes and more exposure to risk factors – but questions remain.”[6]

“Doctors across the world are sounding the alarm over a surging epidemic of young people being diagnosed with cancers more commonly associated with the elderly.”[7]

“Nearly every continent is experiencing an increase of various types of cancer in people under 50 years old, which is particularly problematic as the disease tends to be caught in later stages in this population because most doctors aren't trained to look for it in young people.

The disparities of rates and types of the disease are puzzling scientists and have prompted some to kick off multi-decade research projects that will involve hundreds of thousands of people from around the world.”[8]

You may say 42 is not young, but it is in terms of certain types of cancer.

Admittedly the researchers are noting that these increases in cancer rates have been happening for some decades now. But they are increasing, and it has only come to the attention of many people in the last few years.

Are we right to see some correlation between the experimental vaccine and increased cancers? Well, consider this, though there is a current media narrative that cancer rates have been steadily increasing year on year for decades, not so long ago the opposite was noted:

“In 2020 there were 288,753 new cases of cancer diagnosed in England. Incidence rates (the number of new diagnoses adjusted for changes in the size and structure of the population) rose between 1995 and 2013 but have since fallen each year apart from 2018.

2020 saw a large fall in new cases and the rate of cancer relative to the population. However, it should be noted that the Covid-19 pandemic had an impact on cancer testing and diagnostic services throughout the year.”[9]

Up until 2020 cancer rates had begun a near decade long decline. In Britiain now? Well we read in the BMJ,

“Although four major sites influenced the overall pattern of cancer incidence and mortality, increases in rates among some of the less common sites do raise concerns. Four cancers showed substantial increases in incidence (more than 2% per annum) in both sexes: liver, melanoma skin, oral, and kidney cancers. All have strong associations with established risk factors: alcohol consumption, smoking, and HPV for oral cancer; overweight and obesity, smoking, alcohol, and hepatitis B and C for liver cancer; ultraviolet light for melanoma; and obesity and smoking for kidney cancer.”[10]

So, we see evidence of an uptick of some cancers, when we had evidence of a decline before-hand.

Of course, you may not find this convincing. But how many people have been thinking, “Wow, a lot of people are getting cancer right now.” Perhaps some more detailed research could bear out enough evidence to convince even the most ardent sceptic, but that is not my purview, or my concern. If you got the vaccine you want to be sure you are ok. Get checked. Get checked now. Maybe you have nothing to worry about. But you did take an experimental MRNA gene therapy, people predicted a possible result could be increased cancer rates, and we see these increased cancer rates. Correlation does not equal causation, but it shows us where to look.

Get checked, get checked now, and if you have already had cancer prior to this last couple of years get checked doubly quick.

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1 comment:

  1. Matt check out this old book "The Poisoned Needle". The data goes back to the beginning. There were high cancer rates from the start of Jenner's disgusting experiments.