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Honoring Those Who Died Suddenly: A Conversation with Kathleen Brown
One Canadian citizen's quest for justice.
This story is an interview with Kathleen Brown, a retired dental hygienist in Nova Scotia, Canada. Kathleen is on a mission to look into the obituaries of the people who passed suddenly, unexpectedly, or after a brief illness in Nova Scotia—and to demand an investigation from authorities on why there is an increase of sudden deaths in people 65 and younger.
The reason I interviewed Kathleen is because I believe that it is important to honor the dead. And if some, or most of these people passed away because they had been lied to or mistreated, it is important to establish the truth and honor their sacrifice—perhaps an unwitting sacrifice but a sacrifice none the less.
Nobody knows the absolute truth, nobody has the absolute and final answers—but there’s been lots of shoddy things going on, and we owe it to our souls to do our best at establishing the truth so that the dead can be honored properly, and we can moved forward, healed. The purpose, to me, is always healing—but in order to heal for real and to stand on our feet with a clear conscience and a happy heart, we need to be spiritually honest. And that requires great courage of facing reality as it is, and pedaling toward our truth at all times, even when it feels ridiculous.
Kathleen found herself on this journey as she was trying to figure out what was happening in her province in terms of mortality. She was looking to get an exemption for her elderly mother—who is currently in a nursing home and has dementia—and she needed to discuss it with her eleven brothers and sisters, half of whom are pro COVID injections, and half are not enthused. So she wanted to understand what was going on.
When Kathleen started looking into what was going on in her province, she saw that the number of COVID deaths in Nova Scotia, even by the official counts, was small comparing to the number of total deaths. (The population of Nova Scotia is just under one million people; the total number of people who officially died with / from COVID since the beginning of the pandemic is around 200; the number for the annual all-cause mortality is over 9000; the stats section with sources is included later in the article.)
What Kathleen also saw, as she was looking at obituaries, was that in 2021, there seemed to be an elevated number of people in Nova Scotia who had passed “suddenly, unexpectedly, or under a brief illness” under the age of 66. Their obituaries often asked to donate to heart and stroke. She saw obituaries for young children and even babies, which made her alarmed.
Currently her list has 249 people (this is for about ten months.) At the time we did the interview, which was about a month ago, her list had just over 200 people. She is only counting the obituaries of the people who were no older than 65 when they passed. The average age is about 51 years old.
Some of the obituaries she saw had striking stories, and Kathleen felt like those people’s voices were effectively silenced, with nobody looking into what led to their deaths—a big contrast to how every “COVID” passing was treated by the media and the authorities.
So Kathleen started writing letters to various officials with the names and brief stories of people who had passed “suddenly and unexpectedly.” Based on the responses she has been getting, the authorities are either entirely disinterested in the topic, or terrified to touch it. I think, it’s more of the latter—as most people aren’t monsters when left to their own devices, and under normal circumstances, they would probably at least look. But pharma-sponsored bullies have terrified a lot of people out of their souls.
[On a side note, I think that it’s on all of us to awaken each other’s souls in the kindest way, so that the world can finally start healing. A very difficult task that requires even-headedness and humility! A wrote about it in “The Great Self-Betrayal and the Great Reset.”]
Below is the letter Kathleen is sending to officials. This one was addressed to the Chief Coroner of Nova Scotia (the stats section is below but for context, the total population of Nova Scotia is just under a million):
Dear Matthew Bowes,
As Chief Coroner of Nova Scotia I call on you to please investigate the people that I have listed in Exhibit A as to why there are so many unexplained deaths of young individuals in Nova Scotia since May 22,2021. I have been collecting names of people who are on average are 51.77 years old and have died suddenly, unexpected, untimely or after a brief illness. Within that group there are four babies listed and the oldest was eight weeks and the youngest was one day.
These 249 deaths in Nova Scotia within ten months out number the death count of deaths with or because of Covid for the last two years of the Pandemic. Since the roll out of these Covid injections there is an obvious increase in deaths of people between the ages of 1 day old to 65. There is also an obvious increase in all cause mortality in all age groups.
An investigation into this significant increase of the younger generation of suddenly, untimely, unexpectedly or after a brief illness death in Nova Scotia is direly needed and has to be summoned now. Your job as Chief Coroner is to do investigations in any suspicious deaths. There are many deaths that need to be questioned and pathology needs to be done.
I would like a response to my letter indicating that action will be taken in the near future. Sincerely,
A few days ago, the Chief Coroner of Nova Scotia did respond to her inquiry, and he said the following:
A related story: Seeing the Face of the Machine: Medical Edition
Without further ado, here is the interview. I thank Kathleen for doing what she does!
The current population of Nova Scotia is reported to be 998,832. In 2021, it was 992,055. In 2020, it was 981,889. In 2019, it was 971,395.
As a side thought, I was checking out population trends for 2014 to see if the sudden upshoot was not specific to Nova Scotia, and I found that in 2014, the U.S. Census said the following:
”The U.S. population is projected to grow more slowly in future decades than in the recent past, as these projections assume that fertility rates will continue to decline and that there will be a modest decline in the overall rate of net international migration.”
Number of people who passed in Nova Scotia every year from all causes
The information about the number of people who passed in Canada each year from 2000 to 2020 from all causes is here.
Number of people who have officially passed from COVID since the beginning of the pandemic
The official number at the time of writing this article is 232. When we did the interview, which was about a month ago, it was just below or around 200 if I remember correctly.
A related story for context: Seeing the Face of the Machine: Medical Edition
PS. I initially included a lot of philosophy and angst in this article but then I realized that I don’t want to take the focus away from Kathleen, who is doing a very brave job. So I will send a follow-up article with angst and philosophy shortly. Also, I think I have worked myself into exhaustion, so I’ve been down with a cold, among other things, so I apologize for unresponded messages and being less prolific lately. Thank you for being beautiful.
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