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Posted in: AstraZeneca, Pfizer vaccines effective against Delta COVID-19 variants: study See in context

Treatment options are definitely discussed. Where have you been for the last 18 months?

Well, over the past year I have seen countless videos, facebook pages... being deleted. Including videos of experts like Pierre Kory testifying to a senate committee. People are afraid to even mention ivermectin or hydroxychloroquine on their podcasts.

Anyway, regarding the above article, I check a document from Public Health England:

SARS-CoV-2 variants of concern and variants under investigation in England, Technical briefing 16, 18 June 2021.

Apparently, among the 60,624 people that showed up in the emergency with a confirmed delta infection, 35,521 were unvaccinated and 4,087 were fully vaccinated (at least 14 days after 2nd dose). Interestingly, 34 out of the 35,521 unvaccinated died, while 26 out of the 4,087 fully vaccinated died.

Is it just because the fully vaccinated tend to be older? I hope they will look into that...

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Posted in: Moderna's president talks about COVID-19 and vaccine technology See in context

For those interested in the ongoing debate over other treatments, please see the new paper from Bryant A, Lawrie T, Dowsell T, et al, in the American Journal of Therapeutics.

Yes, excellent paper:

https://journals.lww.com/americantherapeutics/Abstract/9000/Ivermectin_for_Prevention_and_Treatment_of.98040.aspx

Also, good discussion of that paper here:

https://odysee.com/@DarkHorsePodcastClips:b/Can-you-reach-herd-immunity-with-ivermectin-:5

Speaking of scientific consensus only makes sense when discussing long researched, well known phenomena; when encountering novel phenomena, models will likely need constant updating. Just look at how the 'scientific consensus' has evolved over the risk of COVID-19 infection from surfaces.

Yeah, "scientific consensus" has basically turned into whatever narrative is approved by the powers that be. Many who express the "scientific consensus" publicly often express the opposite view in private discussion with trusted colleagues. The opposite view is often very common among experts, but through rigorous censorship these views are never heard, so the public gets the impression there is only one view, hence the "scientific consensus" is an illusion!

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Posted in: It is now known that age causes little difference in the efficacy or safety of the vaccine. See in context

What does DR Fauci say on this? He is, after all, the oracle.

What he says publicly, or what he says privately among colleagues (accomplices)?

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Posted in: AstraZeneca, Pfizer vaccines effective against Delta COVID-19 variants: study See in context

Hmmmm..... But there appears to be information that some vaccines cause severe side effects in certain age groups and gender groups. and those groups are currently considered very low risk of dying from Covid. As well as people who have already had Covid and therefore get no benefit from vaccines.

Not worth knowing and discussing?

Yeah, strange how there is a constant aggressive push to get everyone vaccinated but no honest and open discussion on the real pros and cons, and on the safe and effective treatment options.

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Posted in: It is now known that age causes little difference in the efficacy or safety of the vaccine. See in context

He is repeating what the inventor of the vaccine has said. I'd say that's a better source than a "fact check" by some pretend journalist at Reuters.

That would be wrong, in science it is not important who says anything but what evidence he has to say it,

Exactly, and the “proof” you use to refute the experts is a Reuters article. The article simply refers to a Meedan’s Healthdesk article that doesn’t offer any proof other than saying there is no proof that the spike protein is toxic. Looking into the Healthdesk, we see that it is funded by Google, Facebook, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (heavily invested in pharma),….

Imaginations are not valid arguments, you need to provide the data that proves what you are saying or accept it can simply be wrong.

Exactly, so when I write (based on official government data) that "there is no evidence of any child dying from Covid19 or suffering serious effects from covid in Japan" you can't just say this is wrong without providing any proof, otherwise it's just your imagination.

Fact is, there is no evidence of any child dying or suffering serious effects from the vaccine in Japan.

Brilliant! But, as I wrote, there have been over 83,000 confirmed infections among the below 20 year olds in Japan. Probably many more have been infected, but not confirmed. So zero deaths/serious effects out of   83,000.

Anyway, I found another version of the Reuters “fact check”. It says pretty much the same thing as the one you linked to, but this version still has the video of Robert Malone that I previously mentioned but which has been deleted by YouTube. So please check it out while you can (I highly recommend it):

https://www.reuters.com/article/factcheck-vaccine-cytotoxic-idUSL2N2O01XP

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Posted in: It is now known that age causes little difference in the efficacy or safety of the vaccine. See in context

But the mRNA vaccines have been shown to rapidly leave the injection site and spread throughout the body, with the lipid nanoparticles accumulating in various organs (brain, ovaries, spleen....).

Again, that is false, a product of a completely misrepresented document with data on mice being inoculated precisely to have this happening...

Certain things can only be tested in animals. But according to this mRNA technology, Robert Malone, the mRNA technology was being developed for applications that specifically took advantage of its ability to spread across the body and cross the brain blood barrier. It is not unexpected.

, something not observed on human vaccination

That is completely false. The report I linked to also discusses a peer-reviewed scientific paper of a study that followed 13 healthcare workers after receiving the Moderna vaccine (another mRNA vaccine). The spike protein could be found in the circulation in 3 out of the 13 people, while the portion of the spike protein that binds to ACE2 receptor could be found in the circulation in 11 out of the 13 people.

Ogata, A.F. et al. Circulating SARS-CoV-2 Vaccine Antigen Detected in the Plasma of mRNA-1273 Vaccine Recipients. Clinical Infectious Diseases (2021).

Others have posted about this study on JT before, you shouldn't automatically discount studies that do not agree with your narrative...

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Posted in: It is now known that age causes little difference in the efficacy or safety of the vaccine. See in context

It doesn't make any sense to vaccinate kids if they are healthy. So far, no children have yet died or suffered serious effects from Covid19, after over 83,000 confirmed infections.

In countries with much better collected data there are definitely children that have died because of the infection

Those countries were likely also countries where childhood obesity is a major problem and where hospitals have a huge financial incentive to label deaths as covid deaths.

Fact is, there is no evidence of any child dying from Covid19 or suffering serious effects from covid in Japan.

... and there are vulnerable children for whom the infection do mean extremely high risks of permanent problems and even death, for the parents of those children it makes perfect sense to protect them with a safe and effective vaccine

That’s why I always make sure to include “if they are healthy”. If they are not, then the parents might want to consider vaccination, but I still think there are better alternatives.

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Posted in: It is now known that age causes little difference in the efficacy or safety of the vaccine. See in context

It doesn't make any sense to vaccinate kids if they are healthy. So far, no children have yet died or suffered serious effects from Covid19, after over 83,000 confirmed infections.

But the mRNA vaccines have been shown to rapidly leave the injection site and spread throughout the body, with the lipid nanoparticles accumulating in various organs (brain, ovaries, spleen....).

Anyone considering getting the vaccine, or giving it to their kids, please check this out first:

https://www.canadiancovidcarealliance.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/2021-06-15-Children-and-COVID-19-Vaccines-full-guide_-FINAL.pdf

It contains some Pfizer data that was obtained by a freedom of information request from the Japanese regulators.

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Posted in: 'What planet' are they on? Judge blasts Republicans for downplaying attack on U.S. Capitol See in context

A U.S. federal judge on Wednesday harshly criticized Republican lawmakers for downplaying the deadly Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol, questioning "what planet" they are living on.

Yeah, deadly only because an unnamed cop shot an unarmed peaceful protestor.

"Watching the TV footage of those who entered the Capitol and walked through Statuary Hall showed people in an orderly fashion staying between the stanchions and ropes, taking videos and pictures," Clyde said. "If you didn’t know the TV footage was a video from January the 6th, you would actually think it was a normal tourist visit."

Yeah, and there is also video showing the police letting people in and telling them they have the right to enter and protest as long as they are peaceful.

Of course there were a number of agent provocateur that ruined it all, and these are the ones they show. I hope they go deeply into the FBI's involvement in the violence.

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Posted in: How to consume news while maintaining your sanity See in context

Best way to consume news is to first understand that it's main purpose is not to inform, but rather to push a narrative.

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Posted in: What's your situation concerning vaccination against the coronavirus? See in context

Unlike other vaccines, these mRNA vaccines do not stay at the injection site. Most of the injected vaccine rapidly leaves the arm and the lipid nanoparticles accumulate in the brain, ovaries, spleen and other organs. 

Repeating false information do not make it true, it only shows that you consider using disinformation a valid tool for your purposes. You have repeatedly failed to produce a source that say that most of the vaccine leaves the arm, that should be enough to let you understand it is not true.

I first gave you a link to a video where Robert Malone, the creator of this mRNA technology, described the above and other dangers. Then I gave you a link to the actual document that Pfizer provided to the Japanese regulators, which a Canadian researcher obtained by a freedom of information request. If you didn't watch the video and you can't interpret the data, that is your problem.

In reality even a healthy person without preexisting conditions is at more risk from the infection than from the vaccine, believing the opposite has no importance, it can be scientifically proved.

Repeating false information does not make it true. In a healthy person, the virus doesn't get very far; it is quickly eliminated by the innate and adaptive immune systems. But with the vaccine, all of these protections are bypassed; the spike protein and the lipid nanparticles rapidly spread throughout the body, regardless of how strong and healthy you are at the time of injection.

Now thanks!

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Posted in: What's your situation concerning vaccination against the coronavirus? See in context

The people who refuse to protect themselves and to protect others around them are just plain stupid. Why don't your morons start running red lights next.

Unlike other vaccines, these mRNA vaccines do not stay at the injection site. Most of the injected vaccine rapidly leaves the arm and the lipid nanoparticles accumulate in the brain, ovaries, spleen and other organs. The spike protein also spreads throughout the protein. There is nothing stupid or moronic for a healthy person to risk their health/life with these investigational vaccines whose long term effects of are not yet known.

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Posted in: Moderna's president talks about COVID-19 and vaccine technology See in context

The word "consensus" is used by politicians.

I've been surrounded by scientists since the late 1980's. Scientists never use the term "scientific consensus". It is indeed only used by politicians, as well as "journalists" and sales people. Pharma sales reps will of course ignore all negative effects of their vaccines, and say that they are perfectly fine even before the trials are completed.

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Posted in: What are some suggestions for avoiding bitter arguments with your conspiracy-loving friends or colleagues? See in context

Keep an open mind; do not assume the "conspiracy theorist" is wrong.

Ah yes, either believe doctors, scientists and journalists, or a guy on the internet named after the area between the anus and the scrotum.

You mean either believe doctors, scientists, and journalists approved by Big Pharma or the creator of the mRNA vaccine technology (Robert Malone), inverter of PCR (Kary Mullis), top epidemiologists (e.g., John Ioannidis), top infectious disease experts (e.g., Didier Raoult), and many other very qualified experts.

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Posted in: Moderna's president talks about COVID-19 and vaccine technology See in context

Which groups of people are refusing the vaccinations?

Healthy informed people.

The scientific consensus is clear, the vaccines are for the moment the best tool against the pandemic, safe and effective above anything that was expected last year and already demonstrated to protect people very efficiently around the world.

No, that is only the consensus in the MSM, and in certain people's imaginations. The real information is being covered. All regulators have access to certain test results, while telling the public the opposite.

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Posted in: U.S. employers wrestle with COVID vaccine requirements See in context

You never produced evidence that say the vaccines cause even a fraction of the accumulation of spike protein compared with the natural infection...

It's not just the spike protein, but also the lipid nanoparticles that accumulate at high concentrations. Natural infection does not produce such lipid nanoparticle.

I already gave you a link to a video that included Dr Robert Malone, the creator of the mRNA vaccine technology, discussing these safety issues.

This included information based on a Japanese biodistribution study which had been kept from the public. Dr. Byram Bridle, a viral immunologist, obtained the documents through a freedom of information request made to the Japanese government for Pfizer data.

The public was led to believe that the spike protein produced by the mRNA vaccines remained at the injection site and was not biologically active­, even though regulators worldwide had all of this data which shows the opposite is true.

If you bothered watching the video, you’d know all that, it was very clearly explained. But if you still want the actual data rather than rely on the creator of the mRNA technology explaining it, then here it is, knock yourself out:

https://www.docdroid.net/xq0Z8B0/pfizer-report-japanese-government-pdf#page=23

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Posted in: U.S. employers wrestle with COVID vaccine requirements See in context

The organization is not skeptical of vaccination efforts, it is a famous antivaxxer radical group that promotes all kinds of false information that endanger the public as long as they can oppose all and every kind of vaccines.

No, they try to uncover scientific data covered up by big pharma. Instead of relying on pharma funded hit pieces, people should make up their own minds:

childrenshealthdefense.org

Anyway, it doesn't make much sense to force people to take an investigational vaccine that has only been authorized for emergency use. It is clear that widespread deception has been used to get this authorization, including the dishonest vilification of very safe, effective, and cheap medications. We now know, though it is not widely talked about, that the spike protein and lipid nanoparticles from the mRNA vaccines quickly spread throughout the body and accumulate in the ovaries, brain, spleen, liver.... Considering this, the virus' very low fatality rate for healthy people, the availability of safe and effective medicines, and the fact that vulnerable people can get the vaccine if they want to, it makes no sense to force someone to take such a risky product whose longterm effects remain unknown.

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Posted in: How vaccines work against the COVID-19 Delta variant See in context

And obviously the huge difference with the vaccines is that getting infected comes with much greater risks in the first place. This would make previous infectious not efficient at preventing problems, even if they were more effective than the vaccines.

All attention has been placed on the negative effects of the infection, and the positive effects of the vaccines. A FOIA request was needed to get Pfizer data that showed that, unlike conventional vaccines, the mRNA vaccines quickly leave the injection site, with the lipid nanoparticles spreading throughout the body and accumulating in the ovaries, brain, spleen....

If you are healthy, the infection will have no or little effect; but we do not yet know the long-term effects of the vaccines.

Raoult has demonstrated to not be above fabricating or manipulating data so it fits with whatever he wants to say (as demonstrated with close to 100 papers with false data recently discovered), so the minimum necessary would be independent studies that show this.

Until his papers get retracted, these are just pharma-sponsored whining...unlike the numerous convictions of pharma companies for falsifying data, bribing officials,....

Raoult's group has tested thousands of people, and he found that those who recovered from Covid19 were more unlikely to get reinfected than a fully vaccinated person.

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Posted in: How vaccines work against the COVID-19 Delta variant See in context

Got it. The question is: so what? I still don't want to catch it, so the first option isn't one.

And you might never catch it. But if you are vulnerable, get the vaccine if that will put you at ease.

The Delta variant of the coronavirus, first identified in India, is a cause for global concern with studies showing it is more contagious and resistant to vaccines than other forms of COVID.

More contagious, but not more deadly to the infected:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TtOu7jx3snQ

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Posted in: How vaccines work against the COVID-19 Delta variant See in context

The vaccines retain some effectiveness against variants as some of the produced antibodies recognize conserved epitopes on the spike protein.

So far, the natural infection appears to be slightly more effective than vaccines (according to Didier Raoult and others), and I suspect this difference will only increase as more variants appear.

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Posted in: What's your situation concerning vaccination against the coronavirus? See in context

The more I read (and listen) about these investigational vaccines, the more I am certain that I will never get it.

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Posted in: A fifth of asymptomatic COVID patients develop long COVID: study See in context

...there are vulnerable people of all ages, for which the risk of death is much higher than 1%, and for which the vaccines represent a huge reduction of damage...

Yes, I agree that vaccination might be beneficial for certain vulnerable people if they are prohibited to get certain very safe and effective medicines.

These meds would practically wipe out the long covids, if only they were not vilified in order to get the vaccines authorized for emergency use.

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Posted in: A fifth of asymptomatic COVID patients develop long COVID: study See in context

...evidence an unusual high incidence, this do not require a comparison with the general population,

If you do not compare with the general population, how can anyone say it is "unusual high incidence"?!!!!

Having a bias against science is a much more likely explanation about why people insist on mischaracterizing a study and expect it to conclude something it is not designed to do.

Exactly!

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Posted in: A fifth of asymptomatic COVID patients develop long COVID: study See in context

The biggest drawback of the new study is it lacks a control group of people who never got COVID, which would help determine the extent to which COVID caused the conditions as opposed to being coincidental.

Completely pointless then

Exactly!

It is completely pointless if they don't compare it with the general population. You don't need a virus to feel pain, breathing difficulties, high cholesterol, general discomfort and fatigue, or high blood pressure.

Seems like one more article to try to convince people to take the risky investigational vaccine.

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Posted in: Ugandan Olympic team member tests positive for coronavirus upon arrival in Japan See in context

Ugandan Olympic team member tests positive for coronavirus upon arrival in Japan,

As well as about 1600 new cases daily among the Japanese population...

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Posted in: 97% of surveyed major Japanese firms plan workplace COVID vaccinations See in context

VAERS data released today by the CDC showed a total of 358,379 reports of adverse events from all age groups following COVID vaccines, including 5,993 deaths and 29,871 serious injuries between Dec. 14, 2020 and June 11, 2021.

One problem with VAERS is that traditionally only about 1% of adverse reactions are ever reported; i.e., the actual numbers are likely much higher.

Anyone still considering getting any of these vaccines should watch these clips from the Dark Horse podcast (one of the guests is Robert Malone, who created this mRNA technology):

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tb_7E12VDE4

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XMxuNvVgxlU

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sXApSn7t4yg

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Posted in: FDA faces mounting criticism over Alzheimer's drug approval See in context

Conspiracy believers are always saying how all the regulation agencies and every scientist are actually in a global conspiracy to sell worthless or dangerous drugs to the people just for profit, and that this is the reason why nobody complains ever about things that are supposedly bad for your health.

All regulation agencies and all scientists? I don't know any "conspiracy believer" that says that. What many of us do say is that pharmaceutical companies have too much influence on many regulation agencies, scientists, and journals. In fact, Pfizer and other pharmaceutical companies have been convicted several times for bribing officials, falsifying data, and more.

What these agencies should do is provide the best (most honest) information possible and then get out of the way and let doctors and patients decide. In many places, we had very safe medicines that were already prescribed for certain treatments or were available over the counter. And these meds were suddenly prohibited because the agencies did not want people to use it to treat covid19, despite studies showing they have very positive effects.

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Posted in: Gov't to begin issuing vaccine passports in July See in context

If the purpose is to show proof of immunity, they should also include those who recovered from an infection.

Knowing Japan these won’t be electronic. It will require a hanko and a trip to immigration

... and you'll also have to buy a stamp.

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Posted in: Why doesn't Father's Day carry the same importance as Mother's Day? Or does it? See in context

Perhaps because fathers don't throw a fit if father's day is ignored or not taken seriously.

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Posted in: Warning to athletes: Follow the rules at Tokyo Olympics, or else See in context

Already cases are falling dramatically in Japan, As we see the vaccine rollout will reduce these further. Covid is almost defeated and it’s the right time for the Olympics to be held. Most people realize this and understand the importance of the games to the world.

Indeed, perfect time for the Olympics.

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