Best Article I Have Seen on Vaccine – Please Read

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  • Thu, Apr 15, 2021 - 07:36pm

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    Quercus bicolor

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    Keep them coming!

These stories are very helpful.

It would be great to include information on reporting of these cases to VAERS (or the equivalent outside the US).  A yes, no, or don’t know.

The real gold mine will be stories show increased incidence of events (clotting/stroke and neurological seem to be the biggies) from people in the system who see lots of patients.

Background:  My 18 year old daughter is considering getting vaccinated so she can work at a particular summer camp.  This would happen in mid to late May.  I’m hoping to have enough data to convince her otherwise by then.

  • Thu, Apr 15, 2021 - 10:04pm   (Reply to #32)

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    QB: A potential concern for your daughter getting the vaccine

Hi Quercus bicolor-

Have you seen articles based on Dr. Yeadon’s concerns about the mRNA vaccines? He’s a former VP and Chief Scientist for Allergy & Respiratory Disease at Pfizer.  One of his concerns is that the vaccines could cause sterility in women.  I know that’s why my brother doesn’t want his daughter to get the vaccine, even though he is considering getting one of the vaccines himself.  Here’s an extract about it from one paper I found, towards the bottom of the article:

“– The vaccinations are expected to produce antibodies against spike proteins of SARS-CoV-2. However, spike proteins also contain syncytin-homologous proteins, which are essential for the formation of the placenta in mammals such as humans. It must be ruled out that a vaccine against SARS-CoV-2 could trigger an immune reaction against syncytin-1, as it may otherwise result in infertility of indefinite duration in vaccinated women.” (Reference: https://stateofthenation.co/?p=40424 )

I don’t know how credible this concern is, but I wanted to at least make you aware of it if you weren’t already, in case you wanted to look into it more yourself.

Interestingly, when I did my search looking for this article, I got back TONS of articles vigorously debunking Yeadon’s vaccine concerns.  I don’t know about you, but that almost makes me take whatever’s getting so virulently bad-mouthed more seriously anymore.  In fact, here’s one of the articles calling Yeadon’s claims fake: https://www.ibtimes.sg/fact-check-did-pharma-research-head-say-pfizer-covid-19-vaccine-causes-female-sterilization-53921 

Check out the author; his name looked familiar to me.  Is he the guy Chris called out in one of his videos for being on a bunch of bogus papers?  And check out the comments!

  • Fri, Apr 16, 2021 - 03:40am

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    Simon & Aliza

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    Anecdotal data point, mechanism unclear…

Another concerning incident, relayed to me on a farm visit:

Wife of a dairy farmer, mother of 2, late 20s, very healthy, runner, nursing student, very pro-vax…. has an IUD so they don’t have to worry about her getting pregnant while in school, hasn’t had a period in a year & a half, gets her second shot of Pfizer vax with the whole nursing program & a few days later has a very intense period. Talking about it with a classmate, discovers that she’s experiencing the same thing (on an IUD, etc…)

Not sure of the mechanics of this data point, but concerning enough.

As many have said here, thinking of some of brushhog’s comments in particular, I think this will be a hard line for our family for the foreseeable future. As the data changes, we may change, but with all of these stories, we’ll fight tooth & nail to keep the jab out of our kids until they’re 18 anyway… then I guess we’ll have the same worries as Quercus Bicolor.

What a crazy world.

  • Fri, Apr 16, 2021 - 03:54am

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    VAERS reports

Sorry QB, forgot to include the VAERS status of the anecdotes I’ve shared. None of them were reported.

  • Fri, Apr 16, 2021 - 04:05am

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    A random VAERS Death report from J&J vax

Reading this report I am amazed at the lack of detail and data. We know the person was vaccinated and died on the same day. Why was the batch number and follow-up unavailable? If a death yields essentially no scientific followup, is it not reasonable to assume that most adverse events are under-reported and not investigated? What little we see through OpenVAERS is clearly the tip of the iceberg.
VAERS ID: 1157534 •
AGE: UNK SEX: F
death; this spontaneous report received from a consumer via a company representative concerned a female of unspecified age. the patient’s weight, height, and medical history were not reported. the patient received covid-19 vaccine ad26.cov2.s (suspension for injection, route of admin not reported, batch number: unknown, expiry date: unknown) dose, start therapy date were not reported for prophylactic vaccination. the company is unable to perform follow-up to request batch/lot numbers. no concomitant medications were reported. on 28-mar-2021, the patient received vaccine shot and she died on the same day. the action taken with covid-19 vaccine ad26.cov2.s was not applicable. this report was serious (death and other medically important condition).; sender’s comments: 20210356482 – covid-19 vaccine ad26.cov2.s – death. this event is considered unassessable. the event has a compatible/suggestive temporal relationship, is unlabeled, and has unknown scientific plausibility. there is no information on any other factors potentially associated with the event.

  • Fri, Apr 16, 2021 - 04:45am

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    Tell me I am wrong

From the FDA’s statement on the emergency use of Pfizer…

https://www.fda.gov/news-events/press-announcements/fda-takes-key-action-fight-against-covid-19-issuing-emergency-use-authorization-first-covid-19

The effectiveness data to support the EUA include an analysis of 36,523 participants in the ongoing randomized, placebo-controlled international study, the majority of whom are U.S. participants, who did not have evidence of SARS-CoV-2 infection through seven days after the second dose. Among these participants, 18,198 received the vaccine and 18,325 received placebo. The vaccine was 95% effective in preventing COVID-19 disease among these clinical trial participants with eight COVID-19 cases in the vaccine group and 162 in the placebo group. Of these 170 COVID-19 cases, one in the vaccine group and three in the placebo group were classified as severe. At this time, data are not available to make a determination about how long the vaccine will provide protection, nor is there evidence that the vaccine prevents transmission of SARS-CoV-2 from person to person.

So two things:

1) no evidence that vaccine prevents transmission (which I think we all know)

2) If you get Covid then you are more likely to have severe Covid if you take the vaccine, see below:

Placebo group: 162 people caught Covid, with 3 of those being a severe case: 3/162 = 1.85%

Vaccine group: 8 people caught Covid, with 1 of those being a severe case: 1/8 = 12.5%

Conclusion: If you have the Pfizer shot and catch Covid you are over 6 times likely to develop severe symptoms as opposed to those who haven’t had the shot. Is that your ADE in action? Genuine question, why does the Pfizer shot make Covid more dangerous?

  • Fri, Apr 16, 2021 - 04:57am

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    Mike from Jersey

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    Reply to “Tell me that I am wrong”

There also is really no proof of 95% effectiveness.

If you look at the control group (those who were not “protected by the vaccine”) only a little over 150 were infected. That means that of the almost 20,000 in the control group only about 4% were infected. That, in turn, means that there was little exposure of the control group (or the non-control group) to a highly contagious virus.

Imagine a study of the effectiveness of Ivermectin with only 150 participants in the control group. The study would be disregarded as being too small to be reliable.  Nonetheless, the MSM repeats the mantra of “95% effectiveness.”

  • Fri, Apr 16, 2021 - 04:58am   (Reply to #34)

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    menstruation after vaccine survey +anecdotes & reproduction

https://mobile.twitter.com/KateClancy/status/1379847815636135941

Dr Kate Clancy is doing a survey on menstruation after the vaccine,  it’s still available to fill out. They have over ten thousand women so far. The link is in the twitter feed.

Reading the twitter comments, women who have iud, are menopausal, trans men, getting periods after the vaccine. Some refer to no changes, others the worst cycle they’ve had, ongoing for weeks.

Is this a step in showing more evidence of why the miscarriages are happening?  I can’t find the post that had the information about the vaccine and protein that allowed placental attachment.

By the same token, how are the vaccines effecting men? The only information I can find says that short term sperm production may be possible with fever, long term no one knows yet.

 

 

  • Fri, Apr 16, 2021 - 05:28am   (Reply to #34)

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    Best Article I Have Seen on Vaccine – Please Read




  • Fri, Apr 16, 2021 - 05:50am   (Reply to #34)

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    Best Article I Have Seen on Vaccine – Please Read

The money shot. You can’t make this stuff up.

 

“People think that the side effects of vaccines are harmful, and they get worried when they look at it and read into it, but it’s actually a good thing,” Abisola Olulade, MD, a San Diego-based physician, tells Refinery29. “It tells us that your immune system is working, and it’s responding in the way that we want it to.”

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