Stew Peters warned people around the world about the dangers of flying as pilots are now being subjected to vaccine mandates
that require them to get vaccinated against the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) to keep their jobs.
"We do know that it [COVID-19 vaccine] causes unprecedented amounts of adverse reactions and deaths. That is happening and that is proven in open source information." Peters said during his program "The Stew Peters Show."
He was joined on the program by Dr. Jane Ruby, who delivered the sad – and at the same time unnerving – news of a pilot dying after suffering from cardiac arrest mid-flight.
Captain Nawshad Ataul Quaiyum passed away on Aug. 30, three days after the Dhaka-bound Biman Bangladesh Airlines flight that he was piloting from Muscat was forced to make an emergency landing at Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar International Airport in Nagpur, India.
His co-pilot landed the plane carrying 122 passengers and five crew members after Quaiyum collapsed at the cockpit. He was put on life support after being admitted at the Kingsway Hospital in Nagpur soon after landing on Aug. 27.
Dead pilot saved lives of 149 passengers and 7 crew members in 2016
Quaiyum was survived by his wife and three children. His sudden heart attack and unfortunate demise at the age of 45, while he was away from his family performing his duties, has moved many hearts across the globe.
After his death, the story of how he saved the lives of 149 passengers and seven crew members on Dec. 22, 2016
has resurfaced. On that day, a tire of a Muscat-Chattogram flight at the Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport (HSIA) in Dhaka burst moments before takeoff.
The situation could have become serious, but Quaiyum used his skills, technical expertise and bravery to first fly in circles to burn fuel and reduce weight before conducting an emergency landing.
Authorities at HSIA had to keep its lone runway shut for over two hours, during which three international and three domestic flights had to be diverted to Kolkata, Mandalay in Myanmar, Chattogram and Jashore. Several fire trucks and ambulances were kept ready at the airport while buses were kept on standby near the runway at the time. Cold air was blown on the damaged tire after the aircraft fully stopped.
The International Federation of Air Line Pilots' Associations, the global body of professional pilots, gave Quaiyum a letter of appreciation after the incident.
Pilots dying at an alarming rate after COVID-19 vaccination
While it wasn't clear whether Quaiyum had been vaccinated or not, it was known that he was in perfect health condition before his flight.
"Remember, four [vaccinated] British Airways pilots died in one week recently. Then we have the three Delta pilots who died in a very short time, and the Air India pilot who died, and a Canadian pilot who collapsed on the runway before he could takeoff. This is really getting concerning," Ruby said. (Related: British Airways confirms four vaccinated pilots have recently died, claims no link to vaccines.
She also shared a post by a pilot's daughter named Elise Rochette, who wrote: "So, my father is a pilot for Air Canada, and three days after he got the Pfizer shot, he was flying from Montreal to Vancouver and some blood vessels in his arm burst. Now he's at the hospital and Air Canada don't want to pay his salary. All of this because of a damn vaccine."
"This is just absolutely outrageous. I don't know when it's going to happen again. We have no warning when these kinds of things are going to happen. Luckily the co-pilot was able to land the plane singularly," Ruby said, referring to Quaiyum's co-pilot.
Peters noted that smaller planes normally have only one person on board who is qualified to fly the aircraft. "I've been told by pilots from major airlines that that is where the big problems are going to take place," he said.
Fighter pilots resigned rather than get vaccinated
With the Pentagon issuing a vaccine mandate for all military personnel
, Peters also expressed concerns on the health of pilots serving the Air Force.
"They've been flying around with these billion dollar planes carrying lots of explosives. What if something happened that can affect their judgment?" he asked.
In line with that, Ruby shared the information she got from an unnamed source that about 28 fighter pilots chose to walk away from their jobs rather than get vaccinated against COVID-19. "That's going to get the attention of the Department of Defense
. This thing has to be stopped across the board for all of our pilots and all of our citizens," Ruby said.
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