Watch Dr Richard Fleming present on the eighteen pieces of misinformation you need to know about.
Why would the DoD knowingly continue to harm the service members that comprise the military? While we can’t answer that question for certain, we can offer a great deal of information which we have use to form our own opinion.
Dr Fraud is now saying that booster shots will work. Hello, the actual jab has not and does not prevent C19. How do boosters differ except to have oneself injected with another virus which will bring on the 5th wave.
Online survey finds that 54% of Likely U.S. voters are concerned about the potential of harmful side effects of the COVID-19 vaccine, including 27% who are Very Concerned
From 6 months to every 3 months, Good luck to those that survive.!
Overall, there were 37 subjects with suspected COVID-19 and 101 subjects with confirmed COVID-19 following one or both doses of the vaccine; 75 of the 101 cases were severe, resulting in hospitalisation, disability, life-threatening consequences or death
While authorities insist the COVID shots are “safe and effective,” mounting data tell a different story. Demonstrated by Israeli data, VAERS has also received more than 726,960 adverse events reports following the COVID shot, including 15,386 deaths and 66,642 hospitalizations, as of September 17, 2021.
As always, Dr. Tom Cowan and Dr. Andrew Kaufman (whom I have quoted extensively in previous articles such as this one and this one) shine light on the true state of affairs. According to them, no true isolation of a virus has EVER happened, either for SARS-CoV-2 or other viruses like HIV. In a recent discussion, they talk about the lack of scientific evidence for the proof of viruses alleged to cause disease in the context of a recently aired debate between Dr. Judy Mikovits and Kaufman. The discussion became a little tense as Kaufman prodded Mikovits to explain how she had ever isolated a virus (as she claims to have repeatedely done), when all she had done was show viruses budding out of the cell (not true isolation). Mikovits replied it had to be that way for retroviruses, because the human body would eat up loose RNA or DNA. Mikovits did however agree and explicitly state that SARS-CoV-2 had never been isolated. Mikovits did however agree and explicitly state that SARS-CoV-2 had never been isolated.
A woman who received her second Pfizer shot in April 2021 testifies in a hearing hosted by U.S. Ron Johnson on side effects people are experiencing from the shots.
Since January 2020, the value of Moderna’s stock — which had embarked on a steady decline since its IPO — grew from $18.89 per share to its current value of $339.57 per share, thanks to the success of its COVID-19 vaccine.
Dr. Richard Fleming’s Presentation on Covid-19, Its Vaccine, and the Legal Proceedings Before the ICC
Dr. Richard Fleming gave a PowerPoint presentation on Covid-19 and the vaccine-induced ADE on The Alex Jones Show. He also talked about the joint claim submitted to the International Criminal Court (ICC).
Here is the link to the show:
Dr. Fleming provided a sworn affidavit to the joint claim and authored the petition letter to ICC.
The letter is available here:
In a dramatic departure from medical ethics standards in place for decades, the CDC has been recommending that pregnant women get the new experimental COVID vaccines, even though pregnant women were excluded from all the clinical trials and we have no safety data for use in pregnancy. How does COVID affect pregnancy? Flu and whooping cough vaccines are used safely in pregnancy, but are there differences between the traditional vaccines and the experimental COVID vaccines? What are some of the risks for the mother and the baby with the COVID vaccines? Why is pregnancy a greater risk situation for the blood clotting risks with the COVID vaccines? What’s the difference between natural immunity from a COVID infection and the immunity after a COVID vaccine?
These questions and more are discussed with physician host, DrLee4America, and two highly specialist physician guests: Dr. Richard Blumrick and Dr. Raphael Stricker.
Dr. Richard Blumrick is a Duke fellowship-trained in Maternal-Fetal Medicine specialist who did his fellowship research on the use of lipid coatings to increase transport across the placenta, and is Chairman of Obstetrics at a major hospital in a large southwestern city. Dr. Blumrick specializes in treating women who have medical conditions which then become pregnant, and effects on the baby that can arise from the medical diseases or the drugs used to treat them, as well as healthy women who develop medical complications while pregnant.
Dr. Raphael Stricker is a specialist in Internal Medicine trained at Columbia University in New York, with subspecialty training in hematology, oncology, immunology, and immunotherapy from California Pacific Medical Center in San Francisco. He is currently the Medical Director of the Alan E. Beer Medical Center for Reproductive Immunology in Los Gatos, CA. He is past President of the International Lyme and Associated Diseases Society (ILADS) and a board member of LymeDisease.org. He has testified at Lyme disease hearings before the California State Senate and the United States Congress. He has authored and published over 200 medical journal articles, abstracts and letters. His research interests include immunologically-triggered miscarriages, tickborne diseases, and COVID-19. He is the recipient of the AMA Award for Physician Excellence and an Outstanding Reviewer Award from the Annals of Internal Medicine.
Listen to the podcast here.
by: Sara Middleton
It’s not uncommon to hear about major drug recalls due to concerns over contamination. Just three years ago we reported on a major recall by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) over a high blood pressure medication found to be tainted with a cancer-causing chemical called NDEA.
In breaking news, drug contamination is the reason for a recent Japan recall of a batch of COVID shots, although regulators in the European Union (EU) are still allowing production to continue at the plant where these shots originated from.
COVID SHOT CONTAMINATION: Japanese officials halt 1.6 million doses of Moderna shots due to presence of metal in product
On August 26, Japanese officials halted the use of 1.63 million doses of the Moderna COVID shot that were sent to over 860 jab centers across the nation. This suspension occurred more than a week after the Japanese distributor Takeda Pharmaceutical found evidence of metal contaminants within many of the shot vials.
NHK, in a report published late on Thursday, cited health ministry sources as saying the contaminant was believed to be a particle that reacted to magnets and was therefore suspected to be a metal. Moderna has described it as “particulate matter” that did not pose a safety or efficacy issue.
A Japanese health ministry official said the composition of the contaminant has not been confirmed. In a statement, Takeda said it asked Moderna to investigate the issue and that it would work with the ministry to replace the affected supply
According to Japanese health ministry officials, the contaminant found within the botched shots was shown to react to magnets – a finding which certainly calls into question the media’s blanket dismissal of numerous accounts of people showing that their bodies were unusually magnetized following their COVID jab.
Moderna, meanwhile, insists these metal contaminants are “particulate matter” from manufacturing or production, and do not pose any safety or efficacy issue.
The contaminated shots distributed across Japan originally came from a plant in Spain run by pharmaceutical firm Rovi. Interestingly, drug regulators from the European Union are not going to require the plant to halt production at this time, despite the fact that the investigation over the contamination is still ongoing.
Setting aside what shouldn’t be in Moderna jab – here’s at least one ingredient that comes with possible health concerns
Unknowingly putting metals into the body can have a variety of harmful health effects. But it’s not just what shouldn’t be in these drugs that are concerning some.
For example, information from Moderna reveals that their C19 jab – which is now called Spikevax in the EU – contains an ingredient called polyethylene glycol/macrogol (PEG).
According to the PEG Safety Data Sheet, there is no information available on this chemical’s carcinogenic effects, mutagenic effects, endocrine-disrupting effects, teratogenicity effects, reproductive effects, OR developmental effects. In other words, there isn’t enough evidence to prove that this chemical is safe for human consumption – yet it’s found in common household items including cleaners, baby wipes, and cosmetics.
There is some evidence pointing to PEG’s potential health hazards, however. According to MadeSafe.org, PEG is often produced using another chemical called ethylene oxide, which causes cancer. For this reason, it’s possible that PEG can be unintentionally contaminated with ethylene oxide. (Chemicals made with ethylene oxide can also be contaminated with another carcinogen called 1,4-dioxane.)
As a “penetration enhancer,” PEG also makes it easier for other substances – both toxic and non-toxic to pass through the skin and enter the body.
It’s an eye-opening experience to look up the Safety Data Sheet information of each COVID shot ingredient. For example, another compound found in the Moderna shot called Sodium Acetate Trihydrate has known mutagenic effects in animals (meaning it has shown to be able to mutate DNA).
Consider researching these ingredients yourself as you make informed decisions about your health.
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by: Sara Middleton, staff writer | October 11, 2021
In September, Denmark made headlines for dropping all of its domestic pandemic restrictions, including the COVID shot digital passport, which is no longer required to enter nightclubs, restaurants, and other public spaces. According to NPR, the Danish government no longer considers COVID-19 “a socially critical disease.”
Officials credit the high vaccination rate in Denmark – where reportedly 80% of people older than 12 have received 2 doses of a Pfizer or Moderna shot – as the reason for this significant shift. But recently, Denmark and another country from Europe suddenly paused the rollout of one of these Big Pharma jabs to younger populations due to the damaging health effects observed.
BREAKING: Two additional European countries say NO to Moderna COVID shot for younger age groups because jab causing heart inflammation
On October 6, Reuters announced that regulators from both Denmark and Sweden have decided to stop giving the Moderna COVID shot to younger people due to the increased risk of heart inflammation post-jab among young recipients. On October 8, we learned that Finland also suspended the use of Moderna’s COVID-19 injection for young men and boys.
According to the National Institute of Health, heart inflammation, including myocarditis and pericarditis, can lead to many severe consequences, including heart failure, shock, stroke, and lung problems in severe or untreated cases, among other complications.
Swedish public health officials stated that they are pausing Moderna’s mRNA vaccine administration to anyone born in 1991 or later due to the increasingly observed link between the shot and heart inflammation in younger males.
The Swedish health agency stated that “the connection is especially clear regarding Moderna’s vaccine … especially after the second dose.”
Officials in Denmark echoed these statements when they said that in “preliminary data … there is a suspicion of an increased risk of heart inflammation when vaccinated with Moderna.”
Are these officials doing their due diligence – or is this some veiled attempt to position Pfizer as the jab leader?
When U.S. officials temporarily paused the use of the Johnson & Johnson jab to investigate the risk of dangerous blood clots following their COVID-19, mainstream media used it as an example to praise the government for their due diligence to protect the public.
But some skeptics had a different perspective: that Johnson & Johnson was being sacrificed in public discourse to paint the mRNA shots from Pfizer and Moderna in a better light, even though VAERS data and research studies – including a July 2021 study from Spain – have indicated an increased risk of blood clots following the mRNA shots, too.
The same skepticism is arising now in Europe. After Denmark and Sweden said they are pausing Moderna shots for young people, they are instead recommending the Comirnaty® injection from Pfizer/BioNTech. Officials in Norway have also advised men under 30 to get Comirnaty® instead of other COVID shot options.
What do you think: Is there enough data to suggest the Pfizer shot is the “safest” option of the available COVID shots, especially for younger people? For young, healthy people who are unlikely to get seriously ill from COVID-19, do the potential “benefits” of getting a COVID shot really outweigh the potential risks?
And, finally, don’t you think it’s odd that the one drug that continues to come out ahead – in the media – is produced by the company that paid the highest criminal fine in U.S. history for healthcare fraud? Bottom line: whatever you decide, just make sure it’s an informed choice.
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STATEMENT FROM DR. PAUL ALEXANDER:
Paul E. Alexander, PhD Health Research Methodologist Evidence-Based Medicine, Clinical epidemiologist, Former WHO-PAHO and US Health and Human Services (HHS), consultant/senior COVID Pandemic advisor, Former McMaster A ProfessorEvidence-Based Medicine. Currently Director of Evidence-Based Medicine and Research Methodology for Truth for Health Foundation.
“Children do not readily acquire SARS-CoV-2 (very low risk), spread it to other children or teachers, or endanger parents or others at home. This is the settled science. In the rare cases where a child contracts Covid virus it is very unusual for the child to get severely ill or die. Masking can do positive harm to children – as it can to some adults. But the cost benefit analysis is entirely different for adults and children – particularly younger children. Whatever arguments there may be for consenting adults – children should not be required to wear masks to prevent the spread of Covid-19. Of course, zero risk is not attainable – with or without masks, vaccines, therapeutics, distancing or anything else medicine may develop or government agencies may impose. In this regard, given the near zero risk to children, and given the emerging risks of the vaccine, then why would parents consider vaccinating their children with these untested vaccines that could set their children up to a lifetime of disability or death. These COVID vaccines are contra-indicated for children and provide no benefit, just opportunity for harm. No parent should allow their child to be vaccinated with these vaccines especially given they do not need them, and we have no ‘excluded harms’ by the sub-optimal research that was conducted”.
by Judy George, Senior Staff Writer, MedPage Today August 20, 2021
Functional neurological disorders (FND) were found to be associated with COVID-19 vaccines, according to recent case reports.
Two cases of young women manifesting FND after COVID-19 vaccination were reported by Alfonso Fasano, MD, PhD, of the University of Toronto, and Antonio Daniele, MD, PhD, of Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore in Rome, in a letter to the Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery, and Psychiatry.
Two other published reports showed probable FND precipitated by COVID-19 vaccine administration, highlighting that FND should be considered when assessing post-vaccine neurologic symptoms, wrote Matthew Butler, MD, of Kings College London in England, and co-authors in the Journal of Neuropsychiatry and Clinical Neuroscience.
FND involves a disruption in normal brain mechanisms for controlling the body. It can be triggered by physical or emotional events including head injury, medical or surgical procedures, or vaccinations. People with FND may present with a range of neurological symptoms such as seizures, sensory abnormalities, gait or balance disturbance, or weakness. FND is distinct from feigning because patients perceive their symptoms as involuntary.
“We strongly encourage clinicians to be aware of the possibility for FND in response to SARS-CoV-2 vaccinations,” Butler told MedPage Today. “FND can be a serious and debilitating condition; however, it does not implicate any vaccine constituents and should not hamper ongoing vaccination efforts.”
“Making clinicians aware of this can benefit people with FND reactions to vaccines, as well as maintaining public confidence in the vaccine,” Butler added. “Rigorous causality assessments should occur when FND reactions are suspected.”
“Among the various adverse events which might be observed after COVID-19 vaccination, the occurrence of functional — once called psychogenic — neurological disorders might be a challenging issue for healthcare providers, media, and public opinion with a negative impact on vaccination campaigns,” noted Fasano and Daniele.
“In our view, FND following COVID-19 vaccination will not be a rare phenomenon and will be widely covered by the media, being interpreted as a direct consequence of the vaccine, as already seen in the past,” they wrote.
The first case from Fasano and Daniele involved a woman who presented with a short episode of generalized psychogenic non-epileptic seizures 20 minutes after receiving her second dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine. The event was followed by different episodes that included an inability to move her whole body. No post-ictal period followed these episodes, some of which were captured by video-electroencephalography and did not show any epileptic activity.
The second patient had persistent dizziness and reported loss of tactile sensitivity in her right arm and leg about 2 weeks after receiving the AstraZeneca vaccine. Her brain CT scan was unremarkable, and neurological examination did not show objective loss of tactile or pain sensitivity.
“In both patients, neurological symptoms were characterized by a sudden onset and overt inconsistency, as typically observed in patients with FND,” Fasano and Daniele wrote.
The cases reported by Butler and colleagues also involved previously healthy women, both in their 30s. One had probable FND after her first dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine; the other, after her first Moderna shot.
“The close development of functional motor symptoms after the vaccine does not implicate the vaccine as the cause of those symptoms,” observed Alberto Espay, MD, MSc, of the University of Cincinnati, who was not involved with the case reports.
“Correlation does not imply causation,” Espay told MedPage Today. “If neurological symptoms following vaccination are determined to be functional during a neurological exam, then the vaccination can only be considered a stressor or precipitant, much like any other stressor might, such as a motor vehicle accident or sleep deprivation.”
Earlier this year, a group led by David Perez, MD, MMSc, of Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, published a paper in JAMA Neurology that discussed videos that had emerged on Facebook, YouTube, and other channels showing people with severe neurological symptoms, such as convulsions and difficulty walking, after receiving a COVID-19 vaccine.
“The spread of these videos could fuel vaccine hesitancy by giving an overly simplistic impression of potential links between the vaccine and major neurological symptoms,” Perez told MedPage Today. “Instead, these are symptoms of a real, brain-based disorder that sits at the intersection of neurology and psychiatry.”
“It is recognized that physical events such as head injury, surgeries, or vaccinations in some individuals can precipitate the development of FND,” Perez continued. “In such instances, one of the important mechanisms is the attention drawn to the body.”
Neurologists and other healthcare professionals have an obligation to explain FND to the public, he added.
While health experts have tried to stress that in most cases, there is no direct link between COVID-19 vaccines and various media-covered adverse events, more needs to be done, Fasano and Daniele noted.
This is especially true in light of misinformation and conspiracy beliefs about the COVID-19 pandemic, which are “now enriched by the theories of anti-vaccine movements,” they wrote. “We suggest that the medical community should be more vocal in informing the media and public opinion about FND, thus making a further step towards the establishment of ‘eHealth literacy.’” Last Updated August 20, 2021
- Judy George covers neurology and neuroscience news for MedPage Today, writing about brain aging, Alzheimer’s, dementia, MS, rare diseases, epilepsy, autism, headache, stroke, Parkinson’s, ALS, concussion, CTE, sleep, pain, and more.
The study by Fasano and Daniele was funded by the University of Toronto and the University Health Network Chair in Neuromodulation and Multidisciplinary Care.
Fasano and Daniele reported no competing interests.
Butler and co-authors reported relationships with the National Institutes of Health Research, the NIH National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, the United Kingdom Research and Innovation/Medical Research Council, and the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation program ZikaPLAN.
Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery, and Psychiatry
Journal of Neuropsychiatry and Clinical Neuroscience
Source Reference: Butler M, et al “Functional neurological disorder after SARS-CoV-2 vaccines: two case reports and discussion of potential public health implications” J Neuropsychiatry Clin Neurosci 2021; DOI: 10.1176/appi.neuropsych.21050116.
“How about doing a story about my uncle who was in fine shape until he got vaccinated. Or my boss’s uncle who was healthy and in his 50s, then died suddenly a week after getting vaccinated.”