In Italy, “at least 11” vacationers drop dead on beaches, while 10 in Britain have “died suddenly” while swimming

This first piece tells it like it is, while the second one, from the UK, obscures the truth by blaming all those swimmers’ sudden deaths on the “excessive heat.” But both of them, together, make it crystal-clear that something very, very wrong is going on.

‘Sudden and Unexpected’: At least 11 Vacationers Drop Dead on Italian Beaches in 24 hours

July 16, 2022

While Italians prepare for their fourth Covid “vaccine” injections, the count of sudden deaths continues to rise inexorably – 11 under 60 years old in just the last hours.

Now that beach season is upon us, a new heartbreaking phenomenon is taking place, healthy vacationers dropping dead from sudden and unexpected “medical emergencies.” Worldwide, beachgoers are collapsing while walking on the beach or swimming. Many of them suffer cardiac arrest and die. Blogger Tom Stahl reports, “At the beginning of July, in just 24 hours, at least 11 vacationers dropped dead on Italian beaches.” How many more cases occurred that have not been reported in the news?

As of July 2022, almost 48.7 million people in Italy have received two doses of the controversial Covid “vaccines,” roughly 90.1 percent of the total population over 12 years of age. Additionally, three out of four Italians have also received the booster shot.

While Stahl makes it clear that he does not want to automatically attribute the sudden and unexpected deaths to the experimental gene injections, the amounts of incidents seem worrying.

Boy, 16, dies in ‘absolute tragedy’ after getting into difficulty in a lake becoming the tenth to lose their life as Britain swelters in unprecedented heatwave

July 18, 2022

A 16-year-old boy has died after getting into difficulty in Bray Lake, near Maidenhead, Berkshire as the UK records its tenth death since the hot weather began on July 9 from dangerous swimming.

It comes after a 13-year-old boy and a 37-year-old man also perished after getting into trouble in bodies of water earlier today.

Thames Valley Police said officers were called at 11.45 am on Monday and a body was located at just after 1.30 pm when he was pronounced deceased at the scene.

Superintendent Michael Greenwood, the LPA Commander for Windsor and Maidenhead, said: ‘This is an absolute tragedy in which a young boy has died after getting into difficulty in the water of Bray Lake.

‘The boy’s next of kin have been notified and are being offered support at this extremely difficult and traumatic time.

‘My thoughts and the thoughts of all of us at Thames Valley Police are with the boy’s family and his friends, and we would ask that their privacy is respected.

An earlier 13-year-old boy has died after getting into difficulty in a river near Ovingham, Northumberland, as police confirm a 37-year-old man died after struggling in the water at Brighton beach.