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Covid’s warped vaccines

Highly credentialled whiste-blowers sound a warning

19 June 2021

9:00 AM

19 June 2021

9:00 AM

Samuel Langley, the inventor of a catastrophically incompetent ‘flying’ machine is a striking example of governments picking losers.  When his 16-metre monster was catapulted into the air in 1903, it instantly plunged into the Potomac river like an obese Icarus. Langley was the beneficiary of the sort of government largesse and boosterism that has lately been lavished on Operation Warp Speed’s Covid vaccines but at least nobody died as a result of his incompetence. The same cannot be said of the Covid vaccines.

In the US, the official database for adverse reactions to all the Covid vaccines has now registered almost 6,000 deaths, just in the first five months. Compare this to 2019, when there were only 605 deathreported in the whole year, for all vaccines combined. That’s more than an order of magnitude increase. There were also almost 330,000 reports of vaccine injury including almost 2,200 heart attacks, more than 1500 reports of blood clots combined with low platelets and more than 15,000 reports of severe allergic reactions. Yes, correlation does not prove causation but adverse events on this scale have never before been seen, in the more than 200 years since the first vaccine was invented and need to be properly investigated and explained.

In the UK, Dr Tess Lawrie, a world-class evidence-based medical researcher and consultant to the World Health Organization wrote to the British Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency saying, ‘The MHRA has more than enough evidence on the Yellow Card system to declare C19 vaccines unsafe for use in humans’. In less than five months in the UK there were over 1,250 deaths and 888,000 adverse reactions including almost 14,000 bleeding, clotting and stroke events (856 fatal) occurring in almost every vein and artery and every organ — brain (152 fatalities), lungs (103 fatalities), heart (81 fatalities), spleen, kidneys, ovaries and liver. There were also almost 55,000 reports of infection and immune disorders, strongly suggesting vaccine-induced immune-compromise and re-activation of latent viruses resulting in shingles, Bell’s palsy and Guillain-Barré syndrome. And there were 4,771 reports of visual impairment including blindness. In the UN’s global database 6,500 deaths have been reported and over a million  injuries, most  among individuals aged 18 to 64 and 70 per cent women.


How could Covid vaccines inflict so much and such diverse harm? Perhaps because of two fatally flawed assumptions; that the spike protein is harmless and that it remains in the injection site. Recent research at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston shows that the spike protein circulates in the plasma of vaccine recipients for up to 28 days and researchers at the Salk Institute showed that the spike protein on its own, without the virus, damages the cells in the walls of blood vessels, triggering clotting and also attacking platelets, so that the blood can’t clot. Dr Stephanie Seneff, a senior research scientist at MIT, and Dr Greg Nigh reviewed possible unintended consequences of the mRNA vaccines including acute and long-term induced pathologies, such as blood disorders, neurodegenerative diseases and autoimmune diseases.

The credentials of those sounding an alarm are impressive. Mike Yeadon, the chief scientific officer running R&D at Pfizer over 17 years and a co-founder of Ziarco, a biotech company he sold to Novartis for $US1 billion, is deeply concerned about the failure to do proper safety trials and says attempts to foist the vaccines on those who don’t need them — healthy people aged 60 and under — is resulting in avoidable deaths and constitutes a crime against humanity.

Peter Doshi, one of the editors of the British Medical Journal, ANU’s Professor Peter Collignon and Professor Peter Gotzsche, co-founder of the Cochrane Collaboration, which pioneered evidenced-based medicine, are just three of 27 doctors, scientists and professors who have lodged a petition with the US Food and Drug Administration, asking the agency to ‘slow down and get the science right’ before granting full approval to the vaccines, which the manufacturers are already seeking. They think the existing evidence base is not mature enough to judge whether the clinical benefits outweigh the risks in all populations and only time—and better evidence—will tell.

Robert Malone is the inventor of mRNA vaccines so when he says there is a problem with mRNA vaccines, then Houston, there is a problem. He tweeted this week that he knows post-COVID genetic vaccine syndromes occur but he doesn’t know how severe they are or how frequent. He asks what will happen to trust in the US government and regulatory authorities ‘if ivermectin turns out to be safe and effective for COVID, and the genetic vaccines turn out to have significant safety issues?’ adding, ‘this looks like a very plausible scenario from where I sit’.

You know there is something desperately wrong with a life-saving medical treatment when you can’t give it away during a pandemic. Public health authorities have sunk to bribing members of the public with free junk food in exchange for a jab. Meanwhile, Facebook has become the Glavlit of the pandemic — the organisation in the former Soviet Union which censored all publications and broadcasting for state secrets. Recently, it has been deleting groups of up to 120,000 people sharing vaccine side-effects. Yet horrific stories are impossible to suppress, from Eric Clapton recounting how the vaccine severely exacerbated his peripheral neuropathy to Lisa Shaw, a healthy 44-year-old BBC broadcaster  who died after vaccination, like Simone Scott, a healthy 19-year-old girl who died of heart inflammation after being vaccinated.

Only nine days after Samuel Langley’s ignominious failure in 1903, the Wright brothers flew through the skies of North Carolina without a cent of government subsidy, backed by nothing but their inspiration and perspiration. Yet Langley’s backers refused to admit their humiliating defeat, re-engineering his flightless bird so that it could become airborne, claimed he had beaten the Wright brothers, and named a NASA centre, an Army airbase and the CIA headquarters after him. Perhaps this was prophetic; each of these organisations has at times engaged in deception and self-deception leading to ruinous calamities such as the Space Shuttle Challenger disaster, the Iraq War, and the Bay of Pigs invasion. It wasn’t until almost a year after Orville Wright died in 1948 that the brothers’ plane was hung in the Smithsonian with a sign acknowledging their world-changing achievement. Let’s hope it doesn’t take so long for the the truth to be told about Covid’s warped vaccines.

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