Spanish star suffers heart attack after Covid-19

Spanish star suffers heart attack after Covid-19


norman lebrecht

September 11, 2021

Spanish media are reporting that the soprano Ainhoa ​​Arteta has undergone surgery after suffering a major heart attack. The newspapers say she has had several fingers amputated.

Ainhoa ​​Arteta, who is 56, was put in a coma last month with a kidney infection. Before that she suffered from Covid-19.



  • TruthSeeker says:

    Was she vaccinated? These symptoms suggest that she had the blood clot issues that are afflicting so many people who have taken this shot. We have a right to know if she was vaccinated. This is an issue of life and death, especially for those who have already taken this shot.

  • Elizabeth Owen says:

    How very sad. She has a lovely voice and our thoughts are with her.

  • PK says:

    This is so sad, such a big loss for the arts. Regarding the never ending vaccine debate, I totally agree with Norman, we don’t have the right to know if she was vaccinated or not. That’s personal. Also, I see a lot of people say that Covid cases and deaths are mainly among the unvaccinated. Well here is something to think about. You are considered vaccinated only after the second week after your second shot. If you die, get hospitalized during the vaccination process (that lasts 4 weeks) you are still counted as unvaccinated. Great for statistic isn’t it? And I see many people using CDC as a source. Please don’t, if I am collecting royalties on medications and treatment, wouldn’t I make sure to find company that will present all the statistics in my favor? But all independent sources, medical professionals and scientists who come out to warn people about the fact that vaccines are failing are discredited. Every science which is not allowed to be questioned is not science- it is propaganda.

    • Brettermeier says:

      “Every science which is not allowed to be questioned is not science- it is propaganda.”

      No, that’s your propaganda right there. Science doesn’t have to listen to (stupid) questions from amateurs. You have a right to pretty much say what you want. But don’t mistake that for a right to be heard.

      “But all independent sources, medical professionals and scientists who come out to warn people about the fact that vaccines are failing are discredited.”

      Yes, because they are not failing. Ergo the “professionals and scientists” who say so are. Sometimes the crazy underdogs are just that: crazy. But that’s not for you and me to decide but for PROFESSIONALS. Is it really that hard to grasp?

      I mean, really, what’s next? Maybe the earth is flat because Dr. (Graz) Dr. (Graz) Wackadoodle realized at some point in his career that he simply gets more money and attention if he sells BS?

      Yes, less romantic than your conspiracy theories. But I’m no romantic.

      PS: I just recently heard that gravity may come to end and the MSM doesn’t want you to know! Better buy ropes that keep you from floating to space:

  • PK says:

    Brettermeier, so you are deciding which scientists are underdogs just based on if they go against the narrative or not? Seriously? If that’s what you are saying you are one of the most narrow minded people I have came accros. So you are saying that dr. Robert Malone and the thousands of brilliant scientists who came out to warn people about the dangers of this treatment are underdogs. By the way, it seems that you are not a doctor but have you tried to question your doctor about vaccines? Do you know what their curriculum consists? They have about 4h total on vaccines!!! 4 hours and it’s mostly about schedules, not what’s in them. How do I know? Read a 500+ page book on how their curriculum came to life. You should try reading sometime too, I know you get uncomfortable when something goes against what you are told by TV but it’s healthy. And don’t get me wrong, I am not a conspiracy theorist and I don’t say all mainstream medicine is bad but I can recognize BS when I see or hear one. I have lots of doctors in my family, in fact my grandfather was one of the top European surgeons but even after a couple medical degrees he would consult with resources outside of the mainstream narrative and think what makes and doesn’t make sense. If we don’t question and look beyond, we don’t grow. Good luck to you, no hard feelings. I have respect for everyone no matter their opinions.

    • Brettermeier says:

      “Brettermeier, so you are deciding which scientists are underdogs just based on if they go against the narrative or not?”

      Something tells me you didn’t read what I’ve written. I think I made it quite clear (probably even EMPHASIZED it) who should do that.

      ” If that’s what you are saying”

      I stopped reading here, because I’m not interested in your if-scenarios, which you wouldn’t have to fantasize about if you’d just read what I’ve written.

      “I have respect for everyone no matter their opinions.”

      How gracious of you. I don’t.

      • PK says:

        Ha! Seems you read till the end after all but you can’t address some of the other points I bring so you say I stopped reading there to dismiss my statements 🙂 you are saying that the professionals who go against the narrative are the crazy underdogs and we should only listen to the professionals who are going with the mainstream beliefs? Isn’t that what you are saying? I think you are not even willing to HEAR another point of view and this is very limiting. And yes, if I eat something or inject something in my body, I want to know what it is in it and what the dangers are. Have you ever read the papers you sign when you receive vaccines? If they are so “safe and effective” why you can’t sue or search accountability form the manufacturers. That’s for all vaccines by the way, you heard it right, you can’t sue vaccine manufacturer. They created a fund where they are the judges of the cases against them…I was big proponent of vaccines coming from a medical family until my daughter suffered vaccine injury. We went through very difficult years and she has almost recovered now only thanks to natural medicines (these are not covered by insurance and extremely expensive but you will do everything for your kid)…we tried all the mainstream medicine and NOTHING worked if something they made things worse. I really don’t wish that to anyone to experience but also consider that until you have a reason to look beyond (in our case to save our child) you probably won’t. What this whole pandemic has brought is division. I don’t like division of people and if you can’t clearly see that this is what happening I can’t help it. Whenever the signs of us vs them appear, it’s a recipe for disaster. Listen to Biden’s speech when mandating vaccines, he condemns the people who are not vaccinated, he makes them the enemy. That’s disgraceful and dangerous in my opinion. Happened many times in history and it didn’t end well. Also a letter from the medical board just went out to doctors saying that if they speak against the mainstream narrative they will be discredited and unable to practice their profession. Why no one talks about it? Very democratic right. In any case, wishing you all the best and hopefully you get to at least look into other people’s opinions even if you disagree with them. Peace

        • Brettermeier says:

          “Ha! Seems you read till the end after all ”

          Exactly: It just SEEMS that way. I skipped to the end. Like I’m doing now. See ya.

          • PK says:

            Oh I see, the moment the conversation gets uncomfortable for you, you run away. I believe what I believe and don’t want to hear anything else! Very brave, congratulations. And one last thing: good that there were “conspiracy theorists” who questioned the spraying of children with DDT in the 40s in the US. They went against all the “acclaimed scientific community”. It was banned as a very harmful chemical but years later. See ya, still wishing you all the best 🙂

  • Jane says:

    According to her social media she got the clot shot.

    • Tiredofitall says:

      WTF? Are you playing cutsey with one of the worst health crises of our time? Back in your hole.

      • Hayne says:

        No, this is playing “cutesy.”

        CDC’s evolving definition of “vaccination”

        Vaccination (pre 2016): Injection of a killed or weakened infectious organism in order to PREVENT the disease.

        Vaccination (2016-2021): The act of introducing a vaccine into the body to produce IMMUNITY to a specific disease.

        Vaccination (September 2021): The act of introducing a vaccine into the body to produce PROTECTION from a specific disease.