ER Editor: Just recently we published an interview with UK funeral director John O’Looney, where he claimed that baby deaths had spiked and that funeral directors as a class were being sidelined in burying (or cremating) these children, that hospitals are taking care of this themselves. Why? See
Below is a very short, 2-minute video update on this topic from yesterday. Here is a summary:
- O’Looney goes to the UK government website during the video where he finds NHS-awarded contracts being given in certain cities and regions of the UK. These are contracts for tender for delivery of baby funerals.
- He’s been in contact with Australian gynaecologist Dr. Luke McLinden, who is a fertility services expert in south Brisbane, Queensland. McLindon has been the principal investigator for a series of random controlled trials; he’s the president of the Australian Institute for Restorative Reproductive Medicine. And he’s just been sacked (ER: a couple of links for him have evidently been altered in a google search). Why? Apparently for not getting vaccinated, but he was also trying to release data on miscarriage rates post-vaccination. He has one week to get out of his office. McLindon has been investigating miscarriages in couples post-vaccination. The normal miscarriage rate is anything from 5% to 16%, but since the rollout of the vaccination, his data are telling him that 74% (seventy four) of vaccinated women are having miscarriages. Which explains why hospitals want to deal directly with crematoria, bypassing funeral directors, when dealing with dead babies. According to O’Looney, vans are taking multiple babies directly to crematoria and the common thread is vaccinated mothers.
JOHN O’LOONEY 7-25-22 UPDATE ON CHILD AND INFANT DEATHS AND THEIR FUNERALS
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