covid vaccines and army troopsmandate vaccines then suppress bad outcomes for those who take them?el gato malo6 hr ago 12959this is an army doctor. she saw pilots. when they started coming in with heart issues and other serious complaints from the covid vaccines, complaints so serious they could not fly or function normally, she reported this up the chain. (video playable)Twitter avatar for @disclosetvDisclose.tv @disclosetvNOW - U.S. Army Brigade Surgeon says "in one morning I had to ground 3 out of 3 pilots due to vaccine injuries" at a panel discussion hosted by U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson.November 2nd 2021410 Retweets689 Likestheir response: you don’t get to see any more patients with vaccine issues.these vaccines are being mandated for troops, but the negative effects they cause (in at least some cases) are being suppressed. care to wager this is not widespread? i wouldn’t.and roughly 20% of the US military remains unvaccinated.they are being called “vaccine hesitant” and threatened with dishonorable discharges.but ask yourself this: who wouldn’t be hesitant when they saw behavior like this?covid vaccines were sold as the way to stop the pandemic.they are manifest failures in this regard. yet the pushing has only intensified.covid vaccines were sold as safe.yet CDC officials, army brass, and medical boards are doing everything they can to suppress and minimize adverse event reporting.that’s not the action of someone with the science on their side, it’s the prevarication of someone with something to hide.then they ask why people won’t trust them?seriously?
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Old people are the best to vaxicide because nobody questions deaths in the aging populations, and they save helluva money in medical costs.
IndiGo Pilot Dies At Nagpur Airport's Boarding Gate Moments Before Flying PlaneThe death of the IndiGo pilot at Nagpur Airport is the second such incident involving an Indian pilot in two days after a Qatar Airways pilot suffered heart attack onboard a flight yesterday. Aug 17, 2023An IndiGo pilot died moments before flying an aircraft from the Nagpur Airport on Thursday, officials said. The 40-year-old pilot collapsed near a boarding gate at the Nagpur airport and was going to operate the airline's Nagpur-Pune flight. Prima facie, he died due to "sudden cardiac arrest", said KIMS-Kingsway Hospital where he was rushed, reported PTI. Aejaz Shami, spokesperson of the hospital, said the emergency team of the hospital gave him CPR but he did not respond.
Crisis in the Cockpit: Three Airline Pilots 'Die Suddenly' in a Week!Five cases of cardiac arrest among pilots this month! Four of them mid-flight.
STUDENT AT FORT NOVOSEL GOES INTO CARDIAC ARREST IN THE COCKPIT | INVESTIGATION WON’T TAKE PLACEA student in flight school at Fort Novosel (formerly Fort Rucker) went into cardiac arrest while he was behind the controls in midflight, and the various messages I’m getting from students, instructors and other senior members within the chain of command paint the same picture with different conclusions. ...I think we all have the same suspicions. If you’ve been living on planet earth in the last two years and aren’t aware of the abnormal amount of young Americans dropping dead, then you’re one of the fortunate ones who’s managed to insulate themselves from literally every external media source available. You may still be in denial about it being attributed to the COVID vaccine, and you may even be stupid enough to pin it on climate change, but you’re aware that deaths are increasing nonetheless.
"Pilots collecting disability benefits from the government, but flying for major airlines ???? - Shocking"
So the airlines lost most of their pilots to vaccine injuries and deaths.
🛩️ This will shock you, but last week Salon ran a story headlined, “Thanks to staffing troubles at the FAA, an aviation catastrophe is just waiting to happen.”The gist is there is a sudden and unexpected nationwide shortage of at least 3,000 air traffic controllers (ATC). Salon blamed Ronald Reagan (I am not kidding), but the truth seems to be much more difficult for the narrative. ...Coincidentally, along with the shortage of air traffic controllers, there is also a pilot shortage. The Senate is currently debating how many flight hours are required to quality as a new pilot, which is holding up the FAA’s reauthorization in the Senate.What I found when I drilled into the fog of manufactured confusion over the causes, which the various papers claim goes back years and years (such as Salon’s dumb excuse that Ronald Reagan did it), even though we never heard about the problem until now, bottom line is there seems to have been a huge shedding of airline controllers and pilots over the last two years.For some reason. ...What remains universally unsaid is what we all know: there is a perfectly obvious reason that a lot of pilots and controllers took early retirement over the last couple years: because they refused to comply with the jab mandates. Buh bye.Thanks, experts! Gosh, those experts have managed to do a lot of damage, haven’t they? We’re still finding out how much.What is unknown, but intriguing, is how many more pilots and controllers have been lost due to sudden and unexpected medical reasons. Both jobs often cause bolts of adrenaline, which is a bad indication for subclinical myocarditis. And pilots and controllers are a very small but critical community. Even losing a few to medical problems could make a big difference.What will President Peters and his awesome transportation secretary Peter Buttigieg do about it? President Reagan fired all the air traffic controllers and still managed to keep the nation’s air system functioning. I don’t mean to be negative, but I somehow doubt we’ll see anything like that from Mr. Buttigeig.
https://drpanda.substack.com/p/crisis-in-the-cockpit-three-airline Crisis in the Cockpit: Three Airline Pilots 'Die Suddenly' in a Week!Five cases of cardiac arrest among pilots this month! Four of them mid-flight.
💉 It’s extremely rare! On September 23rd, Alaska Airlines pilot Eric MacRae died suddenly and unexpectedly in his sleep in his HOTEL ROOM during a layover. As far as I can tell, there’s a complete news blackout on Eric’s death, except for a small note on Alaska Airlines’ website.Thanks to the pilot death news embargo, I couldn’t determine Eric’s age, but he looks young and the other available facts seem to confirm that. Presumably, Eric would have gotten behind the stick the next morning when he could have had his heart attack during flight.Update: commenters reported that Freedom Flyers says Eric was 37.Eric leaves behind two young children and his wife Chael, an Alaska Airlines Flight Attendant.
WookieMan says"There's a shortage of military pilots. You're talking out of your ass dude. https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/restoring-america/patriotism-unity/with-war-potentially-approaching-a-pilot-shortage-looms-over-the-us-air-force "Heh... The link you provided WookieMan contradicts you! It says:"The Air Force’s array of 48 fighter squadrons and nine attack squadrons are today being asked to do the work of 60 squadrons, the head of Air Combat Command said recently."In other words the number of pilots and planes needs to increase to meet the needs of today's military and has not increased because the Globalist traitors are too busy stealing the money needed for such an expansion! Or did they send the money to Ukraine? Have a nice day!
"There's a shortage of pilots that has nothing to do with the vaccine."
The Nazi Globalist Reich was planning to have all of us get a health passport in order to fly and that went out the window with the very severe pilot shortage. During the weekend of July 4 2022 we had over 29,000 flights cancelled! And the vaccine is still killing pilots today!
Vaccine illness is "maybe" less than 1% of the problem.
WookieMan saysVaccine illness is "maybe" less than 1% of the problem.Link? Or did you just make that up?
There is a huge number of pilots getting disability payments from the military, but still flying for civilian airlines.That would tend to up the number of pilots suffering health problems.https://rotormedia.com/va-disability-probe-snags-military-veteran-pilots/
Young men and women don't want to get into the military or aviation in general.
WookieMan saysYoung men and women don't want to get into the military or aviation in general.Well!Our government better lie us into another obvious bullshit war that has nothing to do with the health of this nation then!
"Deplorable insinuates that 29,000 planes were grounded because of a vaccine."
"That's probably one of the most hyperbolic statements I've read on Patnet and I'd think you'd agree. Vaccine bad, yes. Vaccine stops 29,000 flight, nope."
💉 And … another “super-rare,” mysterious pilot collapse. They’re dropping like jab-injured flies lately. Aero Inside ran the story yesterday headlined, “Austrian A320 near Vienna on Sep. 24th 2023, captain temporarily incapacitated.”According to the report, Austrian Airlines flight OS-188 was enroute from Stuttgart to Vienna when the captain “started to feel unwell.” Then terrifyingly, he suddenly “became incapacitated” during descent and the first officer leapt to take over. Moments later, the captain recovered, shook it off, resumed his duties, and the plane, fortunately, landed safely.It’s a mystery. The captain was unidentified, as was the nature of his “brief illness.” There was no word on his post-flight diagnosis. But the news comes on the heels of the death of Alaska Airlines pilot Eric MacRae, 37, who tragically died in his sleep on a layover on September 23rd.But it happens all the time! You know. Lately.
If the vaccine is bad then stop right there because "you cannot be a little bit pregnant." If it is bad then it caused the severe pilot shortage we see today.
💉 The New York Post ran another curious story yesterday headlined, Alaska Airlines pilot who tried to shut off engines mid-flight had a ‘mental breakdown’: passenger. This one is admittedly pretty strange.Off-duty Alaska Airlines pilot Joseph Emerson, 44, was “riding along” in the cockpit’s jump seat on a flight from Everette to San Fransisco on Sunday, cruising at around 35,000 feet, when he suddenly and unexpectedly had some kind of inexplicable “mental breakdown” and leapt for the controls, apparently trying to shut down the engines in mid-flight.Engines play an important role in safely completing most types of air travel.In what must have been several very exciting moments in the cockpit, the captain and first officer wrestled with Joe and finally subdued him, then made an emergency landing in Portland, Oregon, where the flight crew finally told the 83 shocked passengers what had happened.Joe is a married father of two who lives in San Fransisco. He was headed home. When they heard, Joe’s neighbors were shocked and appalled at the news. Joe’s next-door neighbor Karen Yee told the Daily Mail, “It is just really shocking, disturbing news.” She added that “They are excellent neighbors. He is a fantastic father. He plays with the kids all the time. He’s very friendly. He’s just a great guy.”But now Joe is sitting in jail, charged with a whole bunch of counts of attempted murder, reckless endangerment, and special airplane crimes. Meanwhile, nobody has explained anything or even commented on the fact that nobody has explained anything. It’s a mystery.It’s not like nobody’s asked the question, though:
Air Canada Pilot Maurice PatenaudeIt is with profound sadness that we announce the death of Maurice Patenaude, at the age of 54, on September 26, 2023.An Air Canada captain, he flew his last flight in December 2022 following a diagnosis of terminal renal cell carcinoma. He fought this dreadful illness valiantly and tenaciously, characteristic of his indomitable spirit. ...Pilot incapacitations & deaths in Aug-Sep 2023Sep.24, 2023 - Austrian Airlines Flight OS-188 (STR-VIE) Stuttgart to Vienna The captain became incapacitated, first officer took control of aircraftSep.23, 2023 - Alaska Airlines Pilot - 37 year old Captain Eric McRae died suddenly in his hotel room during layover, was to fly that morningSep.22, 2023 - Delta Flight DL-291 (CDG-LAX) Paris to Los Angeles - Pilot became incapacitated, was taken to cabin for care, plane diverted to Minneapolis, pilot taken to hospitalAug.27, 2023 - Air Canada Flight AC348 (YVR-YOW) Vancouver to Ottawa, one of the pilots felt ill and became incapacitated 50 min before landing in Ottawa.Aug.17, 2023 - IndiGo Flight (NAG-PNQ) Nagpur to Pune, India, pilot 40 year old Manoj Subramanium died after collapsing at the boarding gate, about to board.Aug.16, 2023 - Qatar Airways Flight QR579 (DEL-DOH) Delhi to Doha, Qatar, 51 year old pilot collapsed as a passenger inflight and died, plane diverted to Dubai.Aug.14, 2023 - LATAM Flight LA505 (MIA-SCL) Miami to Santiago, Chile - 2 hours into 8hr flight, 56 year old Captain Ivan Andaur collapsed and died in the lavatory - plane diverted to Panama City!Aug.9, 2023 - United Airlines UAL1309 (SRQ-EWR) Sarasota to Newark, pilot had a heart attack and lost consciousness in flightAug.7, 2023 - TigerAIR Flight IT237 (CTS-TPE) Sapporo to Taipei, copilot had a medical emergency after landing plane in TaipeiPilot incapacitations & deaths Jan-July 2023:July 19, 2023 - Eurowings Discover Flight 4Y-1205 (HER-FRA) Heraklion to Frankfurt, pilot incapacitated, first officer took control, landed safelyJun.7, 2023 - Air Canada Flight ACA692 (YYZ-YYT) Toronto to St.John’s, First Officer became incapacitated, deadheading Captain assumed dutiesJun.4, 2023 - Cessna Citation N611VG flying Tennessee to Long Island, fighter jets spotted pilot slumped over in cockpit unconscious, plane crashed and all onboard diedMay 11, 2023 - HiSKy Flight H4474 (DUB-KIV) Dublin to Chisinau (Moldova), 20 min after liftoff pilot became “unable to act”, plane diverted to ManchesterMay 4, 2023 - British Charter TUI Airways Flight BY-1424 (NCL-LPA) Newcastle to Las Palmas Spain pilot became ill, plane diverted back to NCL.April 21, 2023 - Easyjet Flight U2-6469 (LGW-AGA) London Gatwick to Agadir, Morocco, first offer became incapacitated, diverted to Faro, Portugal.April 4, 2023 - United Airlines Flight 2102 (BOI-SFO) - captain was incapacitated, first officer was only one in control of the aircraft.March 25, 2023 - TAROM Flight RO-7673 TSR-HRG diverted to Bucharest as 30 yo pilot had chest pain, then collapsedMarch 22, 2023 - Southwest Flight WN6013 LAS-CMH diverted as pilot collapsed shortly after take-off, replaced by non-Southwest pilotMarch 18, 2023 - Air Transat Flight TS739 FDF-YUL first officer was incapacitated about 200NM south of MontrealMarch 13, 2023 - Emirates Flight EK205 MXP-JFK diverted due to pilot illness hour and a half after take-offMarch 11, 2023 - United Airlines Flight UA2007 GUA-ORD diverted due to “incapacitated pilot” who had chest painsMarch, 3, 2023 - Virgin Australia Flight VA-717 ADL-PER Adelaide to Perth flight was forced to make an emergency landing after First Officer suffered heart attack 30 min after departure.Military Pilot Incapacitations:Aug.18, 2023 - US Army Aviation Center (Alabama) student pilot went into cardiac arrest behind the controls midflight (Aug.18, 2023), Instructor landed plane - pilot was dead for 18 minutes!Recent Pilot deaths:Pilot death July 16, 2023 - 2006 Piper Meridian, flying from Westchester NY, crashed at Martha’s Vineyard Airport after pilot had medical emergency upon final approach and passenger took control of the plane and attempted a landing. Pilot, 79 year old Randolph Bonnist, died later in hospital.Pilot death - May 2023 - 4 Singapore Airlines pilots died suddenly in May 2023Pilot death - May 9, 2023 - United Airlines and US Air Force Pilot Lt. Col. Michael Fugett, age 46, died unexpectedly at his homePilot death - May 3, 2023 - Air Transat and Air Canada Pilot Eddy Vorperian, age 48, died suddenly during layover in CroatiaPilot death - April 13, 2023 - Phil Thomas, graduate of Flight Training Pilot academy in Cadiz, Spain (FTEJerez) died suddenly.Pilot death - March 17, 2023 - 39 year old Westjet Pilot Benjamin Paul Vige died suddenly in CalgaryPilot death - March 11, 2023 - British Airways (CAI-LHR) pilot died of heart attack in crew hotel in Cairo before a Cairo to London flight (name & age not released)’
Between 2021 and 2022, the UK Civil Aviation Authority’s (CAA) ‘unfit to fly’ numbers showed a 75 per cent increase, while the RAF said that 27 per cent of their pilots were medically downgraded. All pilots need to demonstrate a less than one per cent chance of developing serious illness to pass their annual medical, which makes these numbers unusual.Recent freedom of information (FOI) requests to the CAA and the RAF show an alarming increase in the number of commercial and armed forces pilots registered unfit to fly post the vaccination rollout.Here are the CAA’s numbers from the last five years of all medically grounded commercial and private pilots:· 2018 – 1,550 – normal year· 2019 – 1,663 – first covid cases reported in December 2019· 2020 – 851 – air travel restricted because of lockdowns, covid infections at their worst, no vaccine until December· 2021 – 1,594 – vaccine widely available from January and mandated for US and Australian pilots in November but not for British, the majority of whom would have taken the vaccine or faced restrictions flying to countries with vaccine mandates· 2022 – 2,784 – post vaccination, huge increase in failed medicals – 75 per cent.
Pilot of Packed Passenger Jet Becomes ‘Incapacitated,’ Plane Makes Emergency LandingThe Jet2 Boeing 737-800, registration G-GDFP, was performing flight LS-1711 from Manchester, England to Dalaman, Turkey with 161 passengers and 6 crew on board.The plane was enroute at FL370 about 80nm south-southwest of Budapest, Hungary when the crew put out an emergency call.The co-pilot then diverted the aircraft to Budapest after the pilot reportedly became incapacitated.The aircraft turned north toward Budapest and subsequently landed safely on the runway.The jet was taxied to the gate where medical services were awaiting the aircraft.
CAPTAIN Shane Murdock says the air industry is ‘poised on the precipice of disaster’. A pilot for more than 40 years and a qualified air accident investigator, he has found official data that back up his claim of impending global catastrophe. He adds: ‘When correlated, the data indicate there is an enormous problem that is having, and will have, a significant impact on aviation safety worldwide. There is enough evidence to be sending out red flags.’There have been many tragedies this year. Phil Thomas, a young graduate of the Cadiz, Spain, flight training academy, fell ill and died suddenly in April. There were five pilot incapacitations in March including a British Airways pilot who collapsed and died in Cairo, Egypt not long before he was due to fly.Pilots are super-fit, so why are so many dying suddenly or collapsing? Cpt Murdock concludes they are suffering severe adverse reactions to the Covid-19 vaccinations, which has myocarditis (heart inflammation), brain fog, insomnia, blood clots and anaphylaxis as side effects.He thinks some pilots are ticking timebombs and claims many are not declaring ill-health. He said: ‘They are not reporting brain fog, heart flutters and dizzy spells because they don’t want to lose their jobs.’
"Between 2018, and 2019, the mayday average was 29.1 per cent of all distress calls. During 2022, mayday calls increased by 272 per cent. In the first three months of 2023, the increase was 386 per cent. The graph shows there was an instant, steep increase when the vaccines were mandated to pilots."
They are not reporting brain fog, heart flutters and dizzy spells because they don’t want to lose their jobs.’
Patrick says They are not reporting brain fog, heart flutters and dizzy spells because they don’t want to lose their jobs.’Don't they submit to regular physical, mental and health tests? How could they hide health issues? Sounds a little fake to me.
💉 Since the end of September, at least eight commercial airline pilots were either incapacitated in the air or died.November 26th, 2023. One of two pilots on Ryanair Flight FR-3472 from London to Rzeszow, Poland became “incapacitated.” You’ll see that “incapacitated” is the latest euphemism. The plane was diverted to Krakow and landed safely. The only news sources, translated from Polish, described the pilot as being “weakened” and having “malaise,” but also requiring “urgent medical care.” So.November 20th, 2023. Around 3 hours into the flight, a pilot became “incapacitated” — even the National Post used skeptical scare quotes around “incapacitated” — on Air Transat Flight TS-186 from Toronto to Punta Cana, Dominican Republic. The “incapacitated” pilot was replaced by one of the 299 passengers, who fortunately was a Transat-qualified pilot.November 16th, 2023. Air India Pilot Captain Himanil Kumar, 37, had a sudden, unexpected, and fatal heart attack at Delhi's Indira Gandhi International Airport while he was taking a training session. He was rushed to a hospital at the airport, but died despite heroic efforts to revive him. An airline official said Kumar was declared fit in his August medicals. “All his past medical assessments were fine with no detected underlying medical conditions,” the official added. Baffling.October 30th, 2023. On Jet2 Flight LS-1711 from Manchester to Dalaman, Turkey, the first officer also “became incapacitated,” and following procedure, the other pilot diverted to Budapest and landed safely. This time. No further information was available on the nature of the pilot’s “incapacitation,” which as noted appears to be the newest euphemism for “medical emergency,” which was the prior euphemism for “stroke” or “heart attack.”October 18th, 2023. Austrian Airlines Pilot and member of Dorfgastein mountain rescue team Christian Zimmerebner, 43, died suddenly after a brief "serious illness.” That’s it. That’s all we know.September 24th, 2023. On Austrian Airlines Flight OS-188 from Stuttgart to Vienna, the captain reported feeling “unwell,” then became “incapacitated,” forcing the first officer to take over. Later during the descent, the pilot recovered and was able to resume his duties. That’s all we get.September 23rd, 2023. Alaska Airlines Pilot Captain Eric McRae, 37, died suddenly and unexpectedly in his hotel room during a layover. He was scheduled to fly that morning. Eric left his wife — an Alaskan flight attendant — and two small children (a toddler and a newborn). Eric is only the latest pilot to die in his sleep on a layover.September 22nd, 2023. Last but not least, somewhere over Canada during Delta’s Flight DL-291 from Paris to Los Angeles, the pilot became “medically incapacitated,” was evacuated to the cabin for emergency care, while a standby pilot took over. The plane diverted to Minneapolis, landing safely, and the unidentified pilot was rushed to the hospital. Since then we have no further information about him or his condition.
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