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Ed Dowd is out with some more research on trends in disabilities – it s not good
As Ed says at around the 21 minute mark. To paraphrase “the Labour force is shrinking and the Fed is raising rates”.
Maybe the 7 million illegal immigrants will turn out to be a blessing, even if their ultimate employer is a global drug cartel.
80 minute Rumble video here:
“Former BlackRock analyst, Ed Dowd joins Seth Holehouse of Man in America with some alarming new numbers which show that the rates of death and disability in the US are accelerating after a period of going sideways for several months, with 850,000 Americans added last June to the rolls of those self-identifying as "disabled".
Ed sees a similar trend in other countries that mandated the COVID shot. Ed discusses his recent findings while investigating the UK Personal Independence Payment system (PIP), which is the UK's version of Social Security Disability Insurance.
He found that the rates of reported hematological (blood-related) illness was up 522% in 2022 over the trend that had been established since 2016. Below are the increases in excess reports of different kinds of illnesses:
UK PIP - Reported Disabilities
Endocrine, metabolic, and thermoregulation up 156%
Gastrointestinal up 145%
Genito-urinary up 143%
Dermatological up 138%
Psychiatric up 124%
Auditory up 121%
Cardiovascular up 121%
Immune up 115%
Neurological up 107%
Musculoskeletal up 93%
Respiratory up 93%
Visual up 80%
Oncology up 35%
The 522% increase in hematological claims equates to a 61 standard deviation. Ed says, "61 standard deviations is lights-out, Black Swan event, something's gone off the rails. It's so many zeros and so unlikely to happen by accident that it has to be explained. And that's why we’re calling on the medical community to explain this."
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