The Cause of COVID Deaths No One Wants to Talk About | The Defender | ChildrensHealthDefense.org

Governments focused on the virus itself, fighting it with drugs and vaccines or avoiding it with quarantines and isolation, but ignored the toxic exposures that degrade immune systems, greatly increasing the risk of serious complications and death from COVID.

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“The response of governments worldwide to COVID-19 has been virology-based, disregarding toxicological issues.” This is a key pullout from a new paper that should change the narrative around the COVID-19 pandemic.

It argues that if we want to find the real culprit behind the pandemic, we must look beyond the coronavirus to the various factors that degrade our immune systems, which greatly increases the risk of dying or having serious complications from the virus. Strategies that target the virus — quarantine, repurposing old drugs, vaccines, etc. — address the most visible outcomes of the pandemic, but not the underlying causes that make many of us vulnerable to infection in the first place.

We know that the vast majority of deaths from COVID-19 are among the elderly with comorbidities such as hypertension, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, chronic respiratory disease, immune compromised status, cancer and obesity.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, there were comorbidities or other conditions listed on the death certificates of as many as 95% of all COVID-19 deaths. These chronic diseases have been linked to what the study authors call “toxic stressor exposures” (chemical, physical, biological, or psychological stressors) that inhibit the immune system’s ability to deal with viruses.

In short, it is the pervasive, constant exposure to toxic stressors in our environment, in combination with genetic factors, that cause us to develop diseases that impair our immune systems and make us susceptible to serious COVID-19 infection. These factors include:

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