It Is Not True That the Strongest Man in the World Was Killed By a Vaccine
The claim that the vaccine killed Dane George Olesen is a manipulation. Yes, he was vaccinated, but in the post, it is omitted to say that he has been facing other health problems for many years. Also, Olesen is not current, but the former strongest man in the world. He was 60 when he died, and became the Danish super heavyweight champion in 1983
A Facebook post claims that supposedly the strongest man in the world, George Olesen from Denmark, has died from a Covid-19 vaccine. The information shared in this way, which lacks a proper context, is disinformation.
THE STRONGEST MAN IN THE WORLD KILLED BY A VACCINE
The strongest man in the world, Mr. George Olesen, died months after receiving the experimental mRNA gene therapy vaccines.
The Danish citizen Mr. George Olesen made 199 Guinness World Records – 37 of them remain records.
Mr. Olesen died of a blood clot in his heart.
Such disinformation is highlighted in the post, which is written in both Macedonian and English, and a media article in Danish is linked to it.
However, the text, which is placed as evidence, does not state that George Olesen died as a result of the vaccine. Moreover, there is nothing in the article that could be linked to a vaccine. There is no evidence that the vaccine caused his death. The text neither says whether he was vaccinated or not nor the kind of vaccine he was vaccinated with.
Two photos from Olesen’s Instagram profile are attached to the Facebook post. In the first photo, published on 14 October, he informed that he was admitted to the hospital due to a blood clot. In the second photo, which was published on 26 June, he informs that he has received the second dose of the vaccine and because of that he can visit his mother.
However, from June to the end of October, when Olesen dies, three months have passed, which means that it cannot be claimed that the blood clot was caused by the vaccine. In addition, blood clots can occur because of many other reasons, and it cannot be easily claimed that the vaccine is to blame for his death. It can occur in adults, especially those over 65, people who have been sitting or lying down for a long time, those who are overweight or have a family history of blood clots, as well as those who are taking certain medications, are smokers, etc.
To give weight to the claim that vaccines are harmful and to act more convincingly to the audience, it is claimed that he was the strongest man in the world. And this is not true. Olesen is the former strongest man in the world, who has broken several records but is by no means the current strongest man in the world. When Olesen died he was 60 years old, and in 1983 he became the Danish champion in the super heavyweight category in weightlifting. Since then, he has set 199 Guinness World Records – 37 of which are still valid.
In 2007, his life changed dramatically when his car was hit by a young motorcyclist. In the accident, George Olesen, among other things, suffered many injuries and since 2009 he received a disability pension due to several health problems.
The claim that the vaccine killed Dane George Olesen is a manipulation. Yes, he was vaccinated, but in the post, it is omitted to say that he has been facing other health problems for many years. Also, Olesen is not current, but the former strongest man in the world.
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