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  • Writer's pictureGary Moller

A professional mountain biker's experience with the Jab

Updated: Mar 17

I've been rather quiet on the "jab" front lately, partly due to workloads.

The possible adverse effects on the hearts of fit people interest me. In only the last three days, I have urged two very fit men to get urgently checked medically, after they displayed unusual fatigue and excessive heart rates relative to effort. In the weeks prior I have been contacted by several fit people or their families, two of who have been hospitalised with heart problems. Of course, I can not say that these are, one or all, caused by the jab, but what can be said, is in 45 years working full-time in the health sector, I am experiencing an unusual cluster of rare heart problems in otherwise healthy people.

I won't say more, nor speculate about this, but have the following video interview by Dr John Campbell with professional mountain-biker, Kyle Warner. Kyle comes across as intelligent, well-informed and reasonable. The information you will garner from this interview is valuable.

Kyle's website:

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Paul Scott
Paul Scott
Oct 27, 2021

I am surprised John Campbell would even interview someone who had thrombotic syndrome or Myocarditis as expected from the spike protein action. Campbell is a paid-up stooge for Pfizer and Oxford University, his audience usually being soft Karens and the "listen and obey " hypnotised zombies.


Philip Hayward
Oct 27, 2021

Dr John Campbell's interview of Kyle Warner is also embedded in this posting on Maurice De Hond's interesting website.

Google translate does the job for me.

The last part of the article discusses a report from the Robert Koch Institute in Germany which regularly reports statistics from five Emergency Departments. De Hond points out that if these five Emergency Departments were representative of Germany's 1100 Emergency Departments, then from June 2021, admissions of people under 40 years of age will be higher than usual by 10,000 PER DAY; and Cardiovascular-related admissions 3,000 PER DAY. Of course not all hospitals are covered by reporting as transparent as the Robert Koch Institute's.

I have a further very serious concern that I…

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