Shane Warne dies of suspected heart attack, aged 52


Time to address the elephant in the room. I’m sure I’m not the only one who had some suspicions when the death of Cricket Legend Warne was announced. MH

Introduction – March 4, 2022

Having passed away from a suspected heart attack at the relatively youthful age of 52, Shane Warne’s death looks suspiciously like that of scores of other young sportsmen and women who also died of heart seizures following Covid vaccinations.

There’s a bitter irony in this because little more than a month ago Warne voiced his support for Australia’s decision to throw out tennis ace Noval Djokovic for refusing the Covid vaccine.

Call it Karma but as Warne says below: “I have apparently got the holy grail. I have been double vaccinated”.

So having put his trust in modern science Warne paid the price and suffered a suspected heart seizure, probably caused by the very vaccine he voiced his support for.

As they say: “ain’t Karma a bitch”.

Shane Warne dies of suspected heart attack, aged 52

Ben Rumsby – The Telegraph March 4, 2022

Shane Warne, the Australian cricket great, has died after suffering a suspected heart attack, aged 52.

A statement from his management team, issued on Friday afternoon, said that Warne had died suddenly while in Thailand.

It read: “Shane was found unresponsive in his villa and despite the best efforts of medical staff, he could not be revived.

“The family requests privacy at this time and will provide further details in due course.”

Warne had posted a message on Twitter just 12 hours before news of his death emerged, paying tribute to fellow Australian cricket great Rod Marsh, who died on Thursday at the age of 74.

It read: “Sad to hear the news that Rod Marsh has passed. He was a legend of our great game & an inspiration to so many young boys &  girls. Rod cared deeply about cricket & gave so much-especially to Australia & England players. Sending lots & lots of love to Ros & the family. RIP mate.”

Widely considered one of the greatest cricketers of all time, Warne’s 15-year international career saw him take 708 Test wickets, surpassed only by fellow spinner Muttiah Muralitharan.

He was also arguably the best player in Australia’s all-conquering side of the 1990s and early 2000s, winning multiple Ashes series and the 1999 World Cup.

Warne had been ill with coronavirus in August last year, after testing positive for the disease following his stint as coach of The Hundred franchise the London Spirit.

Revealing he had been put on “a special ventilator” to prevent him developing long Covid, he told The Herald Sun: “It wasn’t because I could not breathe, or anything like that. It was basically a special ventilator that I was trialling to make sure there were no longer-lasting effects that Covid would have on me.

“I have been fine, I have been able to run, I have been able to do everything. I have been absolutely fine.”

Describing his symptoms, he added: “It was a bit like a hangover, I had a pounding headache. The first couple of days, when I tested positive, I just had a thumping headache and I had one day where I had the shivers, but sweating, like when you have the flu.

“I lost a bit of sense of taste for a few days, but after three or four days I was fine. I have apparently got the holy grail. I have been double vaccinated and I have had Covid, so I am meant to be absolutely fine now.”

‘One of the greatest spinners… the man who made spin cool’

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3 thoughts on “Shane Warne dies of suspected heart attack, aged 52

  1. He would of died of the vaccine’s I believe, just how most of these famous sports stars are dying.

    1. Very sadly. Sure is. Like all the nearly other international 80+ sports athelets. If not more by now.
      Here is a great link of nearly 1 page of supported data:
      Nano World Order | Episode 7
      Mar 6, 2022
      COVIDLAND Infowars Original Series
      This also includes some of the evicence Martin had asked me weeks ago, regards Morgellons…except I forgot where it was, as there is so much info out there now…how do you keep your head clear from something this sinister evil, called “government” had in the pipeline for 10th of years!
      Somehow, we still need to find time to sleep & recharge, as we cannot all “pop” at the same time!!

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