Minimizing Vaccine Side Effects

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  • Sun, Sep 12, 2021 - 10:24am

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    RockyMcTavish

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As a federal contractor, I will be required to get vaccinated or lose my job. What medications can I take to minimize long term vaccine side effects (even if the medicine makes the vaccine ineffective)?

Which vaccine has the least risk for long term side effects?

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    Ision

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I would seek other means of income, as I would never be forced into taking a dangerous and harmful and useless mRNA serum, under ANY circumstances.

There is no treatment available to save you from any negative effects of the mRNA serums, which have both short-term and long-term harmful effects.  However, it is estimated that about 30% of the clot-shots are placebo and inert, so as to buffer the active serum’s harmful nature from being readily apparent.

In addition, the exact formulation of the serum they inject into you is not knowable.  The recent obvious different formulations, of the serums sent to Japan, are a good example.  It is why Japan has gone to Ivermectin.

How much poison are you willing to take for your job?   If you take any, you simply have selected against yourself, when other options are available.

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This guy has a protocol for if you have to get the vaccine.

https://covidcandy.net/chronicle/

vax-prophylaxis-and-autoimmunity-lecture-adam-gaertner/

 

get rid of the return between/ and vax

Of course the issue with all of this is what will be next?  Remember when it was just two weeks, then it was just wear the mask now it is just get a vaccine.  We are not going back to “normal,” and this is not about health.

  • Sun, Sep 12, 2021 - 11:05am

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    One Jab To Rule Them All...

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Treat the jab as covid – simple as.

I personally would avoid mRNA, too experimental, even lab rats refuse to take them until after the human trials…

I’ve always had a small income – but I have a paid-up house & no debts, plus low overheads – so I don’t need to work for anyone at the moment. It makes sense to consider that kind of frugal lifestyle.

  • Sun, Sep 12, 2021 - 01:48pm

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I read in the magazine ‘What Doctors Don’t Tell You’ in their latest issue, that ivermectin use is being investigated for minimizing vaccine side effects.

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I’m a federal contractor too. I took the J&J back in April before I had all the info I have now where I might have made another choice. Thankfully that still counts as jabbed for now. If I’m possibly going to be forced into a 2 shot vax, I’ll first try for a medical exemption from my employer as I’ve had Bell’s Palsy 4 years ago that I never fully recovered from and don’t plan to get it again.  If that doesn’t work and I’m forced into a 2 shot vax and choose my job instead of dying on this hill, I’ll use the FLCCC I-recover to manage the potential fallout. https://covid19criticalcare.com/covid-19-protocols/i-recover-protocol. Best of luck! Here’s hoping the narrative changes again before this is fully implemented.

  • Sun, Sep 12, 2021 - 02:48pm   (Reply to #2)

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Ision,

You wrote “However, it is estimated that about 30% of the clot-shots are placebo and inert, so as to buffer the active serum’s harmful nature from being readily apparent.”

Do you have a source for that? If true it would be a valuable data point.

  • Sun, Sep 12, 2021 - 03:18pm   (Reply to #6)

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Thanks to you and the other responders!

  • Sun, Sep 12, 2021 - 03:54pm

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Since you’ve avoided the vaccine for this long, why not wait to see how things unfold, just in case these mandates might, at the least, be modified to include a testing option for federal contractors, and then only get vaccinated when you are 100% certain you must in order to keep your job? Remember that the mandates might very well be a scare tactic exactly intended to get millions of people like you to “jump the gun”, even if they end up never officially going into effect for whatever reason, or end up offering a testing option.

We do know Moderna is worse than Pfizer based on VAERS death rates and the 3.33x higher vaccine dose with Moderna than Pfizer. Most interestingly, you can see that the US has all but curtailed administration of Moderna since around May based on this graph here: https://ourworldindata.org/grapher/covid-vaccine-doses-by-manufacturer?country=~USA . To not mince words, it seems they realized it’s killing people significantly more than Pfizer. So I think it’s very easy to rule out Moderna.

As for J&J vs. Pfizer, it’s hard to say for sure. Pfizer is the only company to release 6 month data from their clinical trial so far, and these data proved the Pfizer vaccine slightly INCREASES the overall risk of death (15 deaths vaccine vs. 14 deaths placebo), rather than saving lives. See Pfizer’s preprint article here https://www.medrxiv.org/content/10.1101/2021.07.28.21261159v1 . Remember that there is a major widespread bias against the J&J vaccine, for many possible reasons. So last time I checked, the VAERS death rate for J&J was a bit higher than Pfizer (but better than Moderna), although certainly there is a bias towards more VAERS reporting for J&J because even doctors and other health care workers may be genuinely suspicious of it since they’ve heard many negative things in the media etc. AstraZeneca is a similar vaccine to J&J, but it seems to have a worse safety record than J&J, and some European data comparing Pfizer and AstraZeneca deaths are equivocal (not clear which is worse). So it may well be that J&J is safer than Pfizer (and certainly Moderna), but we don’t have adequate data right now, J&J’s 6-month clinical trial data should give us an answer. Based on the 2-month clinical trial data, J&J showed the best risk-benefit ratio out of the three U.S. vaccines, but of course the media gave the opposite impression.

The blood clotting certainly does occur with mRNA vaccines, not only adenovirus vector vaccines, it’s just that there is favoritism to hide this about the mRNA vaccines. See article here: https://www.marketwatch.com/story/blood-clots-as-prevalent-with-pfizer-and-moderna-vaccine-as-with-astrazenecas-report-2021-04-15 . I even know personally because I have a previously healthy relative who ended up with serious blood clots a few months after Moderna, was found unresponsive after his usual exercise, and had to get 3 stents placed on an emergency basis.

Would getting a WHO-approved inactivated virus vaccine like Sinopharm or Sinovac be an option for you (if you are willing to travel to Mexico or somewhere else for that), as all data currently available show that these vaccines DO NOT cause excess deaths unlike the mRNA vaccines. Covaxin from India has shown that it actually saves lives overall in its clinical trial (5 deaths vaccine vs. 10 deaths placebo), but it’s not WHO-approved yet, I heard it might be soon. https://www.medrxiv.org/content/10.1101/2021.06.30.21259439v1 . If I have to get one, I will very strongly consider going to Mexico for one of the inactivated virus vaccines, if it would satisfy these insane requirements and mandates. If not, I would lean towards J&J but look into it more.

Again, I strongly suggest waiting as long as you can in case a testing option or other concession becomes available, and then only get a vaccine when you are 100% certain you will lose your job if you do not.

  • Sun, Sep 12, 2021 - 03:56pm

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    Bradford

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This is something that you might want to investigate and to speak with your physician about, if you can find one who has not been captured by Big Pharma.

https://www.cardiacdietguide.com/benefits-of-shikimic-acid-spike-protein-antidote/

https://www.brighteon.com/e3107d3e-f759-4ed5-bafb-777a8f717378

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