Letter to the Editor
The unvaccinated will be pariahs subject to persecution.
On April 1, LA Times Columnist Harry Litman tweeted: “Vaccine passports are a good idea. Among other things, it will single out the still large contingent of people who refuse vaccines, who will be foreclosed from doing a lot of things their peers can do. That should help break the resistance down.” He got 21,000 “likes.”
They are already treating adverse reactions as masochist tests of devotion. Satanism is a Death Wish. “The family of a British lawyer who died of a blood clot after an AstraZeneca COVID-19 jab has insisted he was “just extraordinarily unlucky” — and wants people to keep getting the vaccine.”
As David Spangler (US theosophist) said, “No one will enter the New World Order unless he takes a Luciferian initiation.”
The COVID vaccine is that initiation.
The conflict boils down to accepting or resisting enslavement.
from Kev Crisscross
Independent Member for Hughes, Craig Kelly has today again called on Government health officials to follow the lead of Europe and immediately suspend AstraZeneca’s Covid vaccine for use in Australia, for all under 65-year-olds – at the very minimum.
“Overnight Spain and Italy (for under 60’s) and Belgium (for under 56’s) have suspended AstraZeneca’s Covid vaccine following the latest data released by the European Medicines Agency (EMA) on the risk of potential serious harms from the vaccine for different age groups,” former Liberal MP Craig Kelly said.
“Spain, Italy and Belgium have now joined Canada, France, Germany, Holland, Denmark, Luxemburg, Norway, Sweden, Latvia and Iceland that already have their own various suspensions in place.
“Further, even on AstraZeneca’s home turf of the UK, health regulators moved swiftly yesterday to suspend AstraZeneca’s Covid Vaccine for under 30-year-olds, it is inconceivable that the Australian Government health officials would ignore the advice from Europe, and sit on their hands as more Australians are jabbed.
“Just because the Australian government may have put most of their eggs in the AstraZeneca basket, this is no reason to continue jabbing Australians with this vaccine when so many health regulators in Europe have suspended on safety concerns.
“The data released overnight by the EMA on the Potential serious harms v. Potential benefits for various age groups, together with Australia’s low rate of Covid infections, clearly demonstrates that for Australia the potential risk of serious harm far OUTWEIGHS the potential benefits.
“Australian health officials must follow the evidence and act now !”
Masks and travel restrictions will stay – PM
One month after each Liberal and Labor politician in federal parliament and in every state has a Pfizer or AstraZeneca vaccine shot then Australians can decide if they want one or not.
From New York to Norway many hundreds of victims of Pfizer Covid vaccine have died, some in agonising deaths.
Australian Health Minister Greg Hunt is a liar and in step with the Therapeutic Goods Administration, the Australian medical regulatory authority which is the hitman for the Australian Medical Association and the federal government.
Hunt says the vaccines are not dangerous. He is not a good liar. Many epidemiologists of standing from around the world say the vaccine doesn’t work and is a threat to humanity.
The TGA has been infiltrated for decades by pharmaceutical companies which spend hundreds of millions of dollars world-wide bribing doctors, politicians and bureaucrats to prescribe or support their toxic products in a multi-billion dollar industry which has nothing to do with health.
The Therapeutic Goods Administration says Australia’s first COVID-19 vaccine will prevent symptomatic COVID-19 in 95 per cent of recipients, but more than half will experience side effects such as headaches and fatigue.
On Monday – exactly a year after Australia confirmed its first case of the virus – the TGA gave provisional approval for the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine for use in Australia.
But the long-awaited vaccine comes with some side effects which are spelt out in summary documents published by the medical regulator.
According to the TGA, more than 60 per cent of people who get the Pfizer jab will experience fatigue, more than half will get a headache, more than 30 per cent will suffer muscle pain or chills and more than one in five will experience joint pain.
“We know, when you have the vaccine, there is a good chance it’s going to make you feel pretty crook,” said Professor Bruce Thompson, dean of the school of health sciences at Swinburne University.
The side effects dissipate after a few days and set against them is the authority’s finding that the Pfizer vaccine prevents symptomatic COVID-19 in 95 per cent of patients.
The regulator said it was confident the vaccine had an acceptable safety profile – but the short-term side effects are significantly greater than that of the flu shot many Australians get each year.
“These side effects are more common than with say, the influenza vaccine, so people should be mentally prepared for that, particularly after the second dose,” said Professor Julie Leask, a reseacher focussed on vaccine uptake at the University of Sydney.
Importantly, scientists say these side-effects are evidence the vaccine is working, generating a powerful immune response to an invader, just like a cold or the flu.
Two people in Britain suffered anaphylactic shock after the vaccine but both had a history of severe allergic reactions, and both have since recovered.
24 died in a New York nursing home after getting Covid shot.
Data from the vaccine rollout suggests about 11.1 people in every million given the vaccine will experience anaphylaxis. In light of that, the TGA is asking health professionals to closely watch people for at least 15 minutes after injection.
So far, the vaccine trials have tracked participants for only two months. However, the TGA believes nearly all serious vaccine side-effects should show up after four weeks, so they are confident the vaccine has an acceptable level of safety.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on Monday morning that the green light was a formal approval under the normal processes of the TGA and not an emergency measure, but warned that the coronavirus crisis was far from over.
“I have a simple message to Australia, thank you Australia,” he said. “Thank you that you have put us in a situation that is the envy of most countries in the world today. We intend to keep it that way. We intend to remain vigilant.
“Once the vaccines start, that doesn’t mean you can jump on a plane to Bali the next day, that the masks or the quarantine arrangements disappear … this will build, it will start at a small scale but it is not a silver bullet.”
The provisional approval is for individuals over 16 years of age, with two doses required at least 21 days apart. It is a temporary approval to meet public need, where the benefits of early approval outweigh the risks.
For the very frail – people aged over 85 – the TGA recommends doctors and nurses vaccinate on a “case-by-case basis”, as the potential benefits of the vaccine must be weighed against the risks of exposing a very frail person to the vaccine’s side-effects.
About 80,000 doses will be administered every week from late February and the rate will increase once the doses of AstraZeneca’s vaccine to be manufactured in Australia – which will peak at 1 million doses a week – can be distributed. The rollout is expected to be completed by October.
“Around August last year we took the decision that we didn’t want to be in a situation where we were completely reliant on the production of vaccines overseas,” Mr Morrison said. “We put the arrangements in place to ensure we would be able to produce our own vaccine here in Australia and that is happening now.”
He said Australia “paid a premium” for the capabilities and that the federal government was involved more broadly in the development of vaccine production facilities in Melbourne.
“That was the right decision for Australia because, as much as you can, you want to be able to control as many things as you can in this country when dealing with COVID-19.”
Mr Morrison said the logistical challenge of distributing the vaccine in a country as large as Australia would be significant.
“There will be swings and roundabouts in the process,” he said. “You can also expect for us to explain those as they occur.”
Foreign Affairs Minister Marise Payne has started working with Australia’s Pacific island neighbours on preparations to administer the COVID-19 vaccine in the region.
“I have had some fantastic messages back from Pacific leaders over the course of the last week,” Mr Morrison said. “They are appreciative of the proactive role that Australia has taken to ensure that they will be in a position to administer that vaccine.”
Letter to the Editor
COVID vaccine revelation sinks like a stone; disappears
by Jon Rappoport
“………..A few weeks ago, I ran a one-off. The analysis and commentary were mine, but the story was an opinion piece in the New York Times. The Times called it an opinion piece to soften its blow. I suspected it would disappear, and it did.
Its meaning and implication were too strong. It would be a vast embarrassment for the White House, the Warp Speed COVID vaccine program, the vaccine manufacturers, the coronavirus task force, and vaccine researchers.
And embarrassment would be just the beginning of their problem.
So…here it is again. The vanished one-off, back in business:
COVID vaccine clinical trials doomed to fail; fatal design flaw; NY Times opinion piece exposes all three major clinical trials.
Peter Doshi, associate editor of the medical journal BMJ, and Eric Topol, Scripps Research professor of molecular medicine, have written a devastating NY Times opinion piece about the ongoing COVID vaccine clinical trials.
They expose the fatal flaw in the large Pfizer, AstraZeneca, and Moderna trials.
September 22, the Times: “These Coronavirus Trials Don’t Answer the One Question We Need to Know”:
“If you were to approve a coronavirus vaccine, would you approve one that you only knew protected people only from the most mild form of Covid-19, or one that would prevent its serious complications?”
“The answer is obvious. You would want to protect against the worst cases.”
“But that’s not how the companies testing three of the leading coronavirus vaccine candidates, Moderna, Pfizer and AstraZeneca, whose U.S. trial is on hold, are approaching the problem.”
“According to the protocols for their studies, which they released late last week, a vaccine could meet the companies’ benchmark for success if it lowered the risk of mild Covid-19, but was never shown to reduce moderate or severe forms of the disease, or the risk of hospitalization, admissions to the intensive care unit or death.”
“To say a vaccine works should mean that most people no longer run the risk of getting seriously sick. That’s not what these trials will determine.”
This means these clinical trials are dead in the water.
The trials are designed to show effectiveness in preventing mild cases of COVID, which nobody should care about, because mild cases naturally run their course and cause no harm. THERE IS NO NEED FOR A VACCINE THAT PREVENTS MILD CASES.
There. That’s the NY Times one-off. My piece analyzing it went on much longer, but you get the main thrust: ………….