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Former BlackRock Fund Manager Edward Dowd Says the COVID ‘Vaccines’ Caused 26.6 Million Injuries, 1.36 Million Disabilities, and 300K Deaths in the U.S. in 2022 Alone


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In this interview with lawyers David Freiheit and Robert Barnes, former BlackRock fund manager Edward Dowd says that he and his colleagues believe the COVID-19 “vaccines” caused 26.6 million injuries, 1.36 million disabilities, and 300,000 deaths in the U.S. in 2022 alone. Dowd also says COVID is being used as “an excuse to usher in a control system” that will include central bank digital currencies and vaccine IDs.


In a new interview with Canadian “lawyer-turned-YouTuber” David Freiheit (VivaFrei) and American civil rights attorney Robert Barnes, former BlackRock fund manager Edward Dowd describes how U.S. monetary policy has been implemented in a way to “artificially manufacture inflation,” and how America has likely suffered from $147.8 billion in damages due to the injuries and deaths caused by the wildly dangerous and utterly ineffective COVID-19 injections.

After describing his upbringing and career experience for the first ten minutes (approximately), Dowd expounds his thoughts on the COVID-19 narrative, noting that “whether COVID was planned or not planned, it was certainly used as an excuse to usher in a control system, a grid so to speak, that would prevent people from traveling, keep them in their homes, issue vaccines, then issue vaccine passports, digital IDs, which would lead to a central bank digital currency.”

“For me, COVID became a very convenient excuse to manage… a global sovereign debt collapse,” Dowd says. He notes that this sovereign debt collapse—which involves individual countries’ own reserve banks—is due to the fact that America, et al. use a “credit-debt fiat system” that, in the end, is a “multi-generational Ponzi scheme.” That is, an investment fraud that pays existing investors with funds collected from new investors.

More to the point, Dowd says “every fiat system that’s based upon debt fails.” Furthermore, he notes it necessarily creates wars every 30-50 years.

At this point in the Ponzi scheme, Dowd says there’s now going to be “currency wars” as “The release valve for all this debt is currency.” Meaning, it seems, that it’s time in the generations-long fraud for currencies (due to immense debt) to become inflated (i.e. enormously diluted).

“To get rid of the debt problem, you [can do one of] two things: You can either default, which bankers don’t like, or you can inflate the debt away,” Dowd says. However, he says that “a war narrative” is required to cover for that inflation, as that’s the only way Americans would accept the extreme dilution of the currency.

After discussing the financial aspects of current events, Dowd describes the research he and his team at Phinance Technologies have done in regard to estimating the amount of deaths, injuries, and impact to GDP caused by the endlessly harmful COVID-19 injections.

In the U.S. alone—and in 2022 alone—Dowd claims the COVID “vaccines” caused 26.6 million injuries, 1.36 million disabilities, and at least 300,000 deaths. The total economic impact he and his team estimate is approximately $147.8 billion.

Note that 300,000 deaths in the U.S. aligns well with the 278,000 deaths estimated by Michigan State University professor Mark Skidmore in his study published in the peer-reviewed journal BMC Infectious Diseases. Read more about that via the post embedded immediately below.

As for how Dowd and his colleagues arrived at their numbers, Dowd says he pulled the disabilities number right from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. For the dead, the team used “[their] own methodology,” which takes into account positive or negative population growth. And for the injury figure, it was “imputed from the Pfizer clinical trials” and applied to the U.S. population as a whole. (For those who want to take a closer look at Pfizer’s post-authorization data, Canadian ER physician Dr. Daniel Nagase goes over it in detail in a video that can be watched via the post embedded immediately below.)

“We believe their [those who’ve taken the COVID injections] immune system has been compromised and they’re chronically sick and missing lots of work,” Dowd says. For 2022, he says the number is “off the charts” for days missed; a 13 standard deviation change versus the 20-year trend line.

Backing up Dowd and his colleagues’ conclusions, he says, is the fact that life insurance companies have seen excess deaths and losses since the rollout of the COVID injections, and funeral homes have seen business boom.

Previously, Dowd has also shown  a publicly available actuarial report from the Society of Actuaries Research Institute sponsored by the Group Life Insurance Experience Committee, which evinces a massive increase in all-cause mortality (ACM) amongst the age groups spanning 25 through 64 in Q3 of 2021. More specifically, a 78% increase in ages 25-34; a 100% increase in ages 35-44; an 80% increase in ages 45-54; and an increase of 53% in ages 55-64. Perhaps not incidentally, there was also a 31% increase for ages 65-74, and a 19% increase for ages 75-84.

Image: Society of Actuaries via Edward Dowd on GETTR

Young, healthy people “tend not to drop dead,” Dowd told an interviewer in December of 2022. He added that “the rate of change [in the ACM for working age Americans] was off the chart.”

Dowd also mentions OneAmerican CEO Scott Davidson, who said in a statement in January of 2022 that his insurance company had seen a 40% rise in mortality in its group life business—a fact, he frames at one point, as a loss of $100 million to OneAmerica. Watch Davidson’s statement in the video immediately below. (A 10% rise in mortality only occurs once every 200 years, Davidson says.)

Dowd also notes the spike in Millennial deaths in Q3 of 2021 exhibits a very fast rate of change (i.e. it spikes upward quickly). He notes this temporal factor also necessarily excludes explanations like suicides and missed drug screenings as it would be nonsensical to say that this cohort of people all suddenly decided to participate in the same destructive behavior at the same exact time.

As for the severity of the recession the world now finds itself in (or at least rapidly entering), Dowd says it may be “systemic” and that “the underlying economy is… slowing down dramatically.” He adds that those in charge of the global economy (presumably those at the central banks and the Bank of International Settlements) are aiming for a “controlled implosion.” He adds if the implosion “gains speed and there’s knock-on effects [however], that’s not good for anybody. That’s a real panic.”


Feature image: Anthony Crider

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