Astra Zeneca or Pfizer? Either way it will eventually kill you
Thank God not all Australians are stupid in spite of the biggest co-ordinated fear campaign ever mounted against humanity. TGA reports 41, 406 adverse reactions and 399 deaths from mRNA inoculations across Australia
A ﬁt and healthy father-of-four with no underlying medical conditions, was mysteriously struck down in late June.
Sam Briggs says her husband Mark is a broken man.
Twice his family thought they would lose him, but he fought back, doggedly clinging to life.
He remains in a medical ward in the Rockhampton Hospital and despite countless tests, doctors are unable to ﬁnd a cause for his life-threatening symptoms.
Just as some of those symptoms improve – the ﬂuid around his heart and in his abdomen is decreasing and his liver is less inﬂamed – others appear.
As well as deep vein thrombosis in his legs, Mark is developing clots in his left arm.
His fever continues to spike, and doctors now suspect he has a bleed in his stomach.
He is being fed through a nasal gastric tube because he cannot swallow and is unable to eat.
Sam said the tube had been dislodged three times in the past two days, which had caused Mark considerable distress.
“His throat is very sore and every time they have to put it back in, he gags and chokes,” she said.
“Yesterday when they said they had to do it, he just broke down and cried.
“He just balled his eyes out because it’s just so traumatic.
“He’s a broken man right now.”
Sam said that Mark tested positive to Epstein-Barr Virus on Wednesday, something doctors believe could provide some answers.
They now want to send him for a PET scan.
Sam said she was pushing for it to be done in Townsville rather than Brisbane, given the Covid situation in the capital and because Mark’s immune system was so severely compromised.
Sam said every day was a challenge, and the uncertainty was unbearable.
“We will have a good morning where he’s feeling not too bad and then the rest of the day, he just goes backwards,” she said.
“We’re still managing a lot of the same stuff and then there’s new stuff popping up all the time.
“I’m mostly doing okay, but every now and then I have to cry.”
With the lack of a clear diagnosis, the family is questioning whether the AstraZeneca vaccine could be responsible, and say they’ve been told his case has been referred to the TGA (Therapeutic Goods Administration) for investigation.
Mark had the ﬁrst of his vaccinations on June 15, and just over a week later started to experience symptoms, which included back and chest pain.
Discharge papers from Rockhampton list under the consultation notes: “COVID-19 Adverse Event Following Immunisation reporting completed”. – Courier Mail
Adverse reactions and deaths from Covid vaccine (gene therapy)
Typically the dodgy TGA mis-interprets the data on deaths and it is hard to extract the exact number caused by Pfizer and Astra Zeneca viral innoculations:
How many have gone on to die from reported side effects and those that are not reported?
This is one example their intentional misinformation:
“Since the beginning of the vaccine rollout to 18 July 2021, over 10.1 million doses of COVID-19 vaccines have been given. The TGA has received and reviewed 399 reports of deaths in people who have recently been vaccinated and found six that were linked to immunisation. These deaths were all related to the first dose of the AstraZeneca vaccine – five were TTS cases and one was a case of immune thrombocytopenia (ITP).“
How to report side effects and deaths from Covid vaccine:
Mareeba newspaper’s selective court reporting
from contributing editor Robert J Lee in Cairns
A reader has advised Cairns News the local newspaper at Mareeba in FNQ, the Tablelands Advertiser, owned by Rupert Murdoch has been selectively publishing court cases involving drivers caught driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs. We are advised as many as 10 or more DUI cases could be heard each week in the Mareeba Courthouse yet staff of the newspaper arbitrarily or otherwise select which case will be reported. Only a few of the full list of court cases have been published in recent editions.
This practice is contrary to the unwritten, long-standing rule of responsible regional publishers to either publish full details of every court case or not to disclose the name of the accused and selectively report on the merit of the case, or in many cases not to publish court news at all.
This small weekly newspaper that is supposedly reporting for the northern Tablelands communities, not dissimilar to most other News Ltd publications, is doing the community a disservice by discriminating against those whose name has been published.
There have been cases of suicide caused by indiscriminate publishing of DUI cases where the driver was charged while under the influence due to innumerable personal reasons some of which have been depression, family deaths and in a recent case the loss of a custody battle in the Family Court.
The ‘one size fits all’ .05 blood alcohol content limit in itself is woefully discriminatory. Those with a large body mass react much differently to those of smaller bodies or the ability of others to handle larger amounts of alcohol.
We advise readers affected by the Advertiser’s (or any other newspaper’s) selective reporting to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to get assistance for making a complaint to the Press Council or how to seek a legal remedy.
We should note the Press Council is largely a toothless tiger which has been accused of having News Ltd patronage.
A complaint can be sent to: http://www.presscouncil.org.au/making-a-complaint/
A local complaint can also be sent to the editor at email@example.com