Folks have requested why I used to be not running a blog concerning the Covid vaccines. To be sincere, I felt there was not sufficient info for me to be decisive, and I used to be ready for extra info to develop into accessible. Nevertheless, somebody known as me and advised me about numerous allergic reactions, together with one anaphylactic response, at a neighborhood hospital after 30 doses got. Employees had been instructed to maintain this quiet.
Then I watched a nine-minute Ben Swann video1 concerning the vaccines, during which he learn the “declination type” that have to be signed by EMTs in Maine who refuse the vaccine. It contained false and deceptive statements, and I spotted I ought to now not delay discussing what I do know concerning the vaccines.
1. Each the Moderna and Pfizer vaccines are made out of messenger RNA and lipid nanoparticles containing polyethylene glycol (PEG).
a. Messenger RNA (or any RNA) can probably be transformed to DNA within the presence of reverse transcriptase. That DNA probably, or bits of it, might develop into linked to your native DNA.
Whereas I do not know how possible that is, I started to take the chance critically solely after two members of FDA’s advisory committee (the Vaccines and Associated Organic Merchandise Advisory Committee, or VRBPAC) requested about it throughout their assembly to approve the Pfizer vaccine on December 10.2
I watched your entire assembly and took copious notes. Virologists inform us that a lot of our DNA is, actually, initially viral DNA that discovered its approach into ours.3 I now think about the potential for vaccine RNA to be transformed to DNA and completely inserted in my DNA a distant chance — however one which I would really like confirmed incorrect earlier than being vaccinated.
b. 70% of Individuals have pre-existing antibodies to PEG. FDA suspects that these PEG antibodies could also be the reason for anaphylaxis put up vaccination. The U.Okay. recommends in opposition to folks with extreme allergic circumstances receiving the mRNA vaccines.
The CDC, nonetheless, recommends folks obtain it no matter their allergy historical past, solely asking that these with extreme allergic reactions wait an extra quarter-hour (complete of half-hour) within the clinic in case they must be resuscitated.
Anaphylaxis is happening at about 1 in 45,000 doses,4 or 17 occasions the speed CDC has decided it happens after different vaccines (1.3 episodes per million vaccinations5). Due to this fact, getting the shot in a drugstore or anyplace that educated physicians should not shut by to carry out a resuscitation looks as if a foul thought.
In keeping with the American Faculty of Allergy, “The Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine ought to be administered in a well being care setting the place anaphylaxis may be handled.”6 California has briefly halted use of numerous Moderna’s vaccine because of a excessive fee of anaphylaxis.7
2. No vaccines made out of messenger RNA nor such a lipid nanoparticles have ever been utilized in people. We do not know about their long-term unwanted side effects. The scientific trials adopted topics for under two months after two doses of vaccine on the time the vaccines had been licensed to be used.
3. Neither the Moderna nor the Pfizer trial enrolled many frail aged topics. Since each vaccines entered basic use lower than one month in the past, we’ve heard tales of nursing residence residents catching Covid or dying in larger numbers after receiving the vaccines.
However we have no idea if this can be a random occasion or a response to vaccination, since dependable knowledge should not but accessible. The aged typically fail to mount an immune response to a vaccine; if that is so, they need to not obtain the vaccine, as a result of they are going to be topic to the unwanted side effects with out the profit.
UPDATE: Norway has recorded 23 deaths after the vaccinations. 13 have been investigated, autopsied and occurred within the frail aged. Norway has now determined to advocate the plain: “‘In case you are very frail, you must in all probability not be vaccinated,’ Steinar Madsen on the Norwegian Medicines Company mentioned at a webinar on corona vaccine for journalists …”8
On January 15 from Bloomberg, “Norway mentioned Covid-19 vaccines could also be too dangerous for the very outdated and terminally sick, probably the most cautious assertion but from a European well being authority as nations assess the real-world unwanted side effects of the primary photographs to achieve approval.”9
4. Public well being officers have mentioned again and again that they have no idea if the vaccines forestall unfold. Pfizer’s lead consultant to the VRBPAC assembly, Kathrin Jansen, Ph.D., mentioned that Pfizer didn’t check human topics to see if these vaccinated might get and unfold the an infection.
However Jansen admitted that Pfizer did check primates — and located that vaccinated monkeys did get Covid infections regardless of being vaccinated. Their period of an infection was shorter than within the unvaccinated monkeys.10
You’ll be able to watch Jansen first declare that primates didn’t get an infection within the lung however then admit they did get infections, of shorter period than unvaccinated primates — at 7 hours half-hour into the assembly.11 By the way in which, hydroxychloroquine and azithromycin do precisely the identical factor — scale back period of viral carriage — as proven in a brand new evaluation article by Didier Raoult.12
5. Are the information from the Pfizer and Moderna scientific trials dependable, particularly the declare that each yield 95% efficacy?
a. Members of the VRBPAC advisory committee needed extra info. Two of them requested to be given the outcomes between November 14 (the date the information assortment ended) and December 10 (the date of the assembly). Individually, at two totally different occasions, each FDA and Pfizer refused to supply this to the committee.
b. There have been comparatively few Covid-19 instances in Pfizer’s trial (below 200) regardless of 40,000 enrollees. Peter Doshi, running a blog for the British Medical journal,13 famous that 20 occasions as many topics had Covid-like signs as those that had been recognized constructive utilizing PCR checks, however the a lot bigger group had damaging PCR checks.
We now know there are giant numbers of false positives and negatives with PCR checks. Cycle threshold info was not equipped. No sequencing was executed to guarantee that PCR constructive people truly had Covid. I do not belief these knowledge.
c. Each Moderna and Pfizer offered rudimentary info to the FDA to use for Emergency Use Authorizations14 — a lot lower than is required to challenge a vaccine license, in keeping with US regulation15 — regardless of what Drs. Stephen Hahn and Peter Marks at FDA might have claimed to sooth the general public.
d. FDA made the incomprehensible resolution to NOT carry out inspections of the manufacturing services of the Covid vaccine producers.16 What did FDA not wish to discover? FDA misled its advisory committee by claiming to have reviewed all of the manufacturing paperwork equipped to it. That could be a far cry from inspecting the power.
6. Nobody is aware of how lengthy immunity lasts, if actually the vaccines do present some extent of immunity. (Ought to or not it’s known as immunity if you happen to can nonetheless catch and unfold the virus?)
For each identified vaccine, the immunity it offers is much less strong and long-lasting than the immunity obtained from having had the an infection. Individuals who have had Covid actually haven’t any enterprise getting vaccinated — they get all the chance and not one of the profit. It’s mentioned that Israelis who had Covid should not being vaccinated.17
The Maine EMT Declination Doc
It is a doc designed to drive EMTs to take the vaccine by utilizing false info and veiled threats. For instance, the doc claims with certainty that one can asymptomatically unfold Covid, even as much as 10 days. That has not been proven to be true.
Even Dr. Anthony Fauci was recorded18 as saying that asymptomatic unfold has by no means pushed an epidemic, though it’d happen hardly ever. We nonetheless do not know with certainty how a lot asymptomatic unfold contributes to instances, however in all probability little or no. CDC made a declare that asymptomatic unfold might contribute to 59% of instances.19
CDC, nonetheless, made this declare based mostly by itself researchers utilizing modelling and estimates alone. CDC likes to publish its fashions of sickness, instances and unfold, as a substitute of offering actual knowledge. Fashions may be simply manipulated to assist no matter narrative is desired, as we’ve seen with the Neil Ferguson and College of Washington/BMGF fashions of the pandemic.
The declination doc20 claims that the scientific trials had been rigorous. I doubt few who learn the trial paperwork would agree with that. The trials are nonetheless in progress. And FDA explicitly mentioned these two vaccines haven’t been authorised. They’ve as a substitute been “licensed.”
However probably the most pernicious factor concerning the EMT doc was that it was supposed to make the decliner really feel terrible for letting down the group and the neighborhood. Actually, based mostly on the monkey knowledge, the one knowledge we’ve, you’ll be able to in all probability nonetheless unfold the virus even after being vaccinated.
So the declination was constructed on a lie. And, mendacity doc that it’s, it isn’t signed. You do not know who wrote it. Why are EMTs being made to signal it, and preliminary each paragraph? Right here is only one of its passages:
“The implications of my refusal to be vaccinated might have life-threatening penalties for my well being and the well being of everybody with whom I’m involved, together with my co-workers, my household, and members of the neighborhood I serve.”
When a product is sweet for you, there isn’t any have to scare or threaten folks into taking it. In case you are being coerced to do one thing, that ought to be a powerful clue to keep away from it.
In the event you develop into injured by one among these experimental vaccines, the possibility of receiving any monetary profit is tiny.21 The U.S. authorities has waived the legal responsibility of everybody concerned, from producers to vaccinators. Fortunately, the medicine and nutritional vitamins/dietary supplements which might be efficient for Covid are protected and have been used for a lot of many years. See earlier weblog posts for particulars.
UPDATE: 1/13/21 from FiercePharma:22 “Except for J&J, coronavirus vaccines from Novavax and AstraZeneca are in late-stage trials, and a bunch of different firms are in numerous phases of analysis. At a Fierce JPM Week panel, consultants mentioned there might be loads of want for a “second wave” of coronavirus vaccines.”
UPDATE: 1/14/21 First, each mRNA vaccines are comprised of mRNA that codes for the spike proteins. Nevertheless, the spike itself might have inherent toxicity and trigger severe Covid signs, in keeping with a really considerate evaluation of the literature23 despatched to FDA by Dr. Patrick Whelan, Ph.D. at UCLA.
Second, an article printed by Kanduc and Shoenfeld in September 2020 termed “Molecular mimicry between SARS-CoV-2 spike glycoproteins and mammalian proteomes: implications for the vaccines”24 confirmed that “a large heptapeptide sharing exists between SARS-CoV-2 spike glycoprotein and human proteins.”
The sharing of peptides between SARS-CoV-2 and people additionally occurred with mice however no different animals, and different human coronaviruses lacked this commonality of peptide sequences with people. What does this imply?
“An enormous peptide commonality is current with people and mice, i.e, organisms that bear pathologic penalties following SARS-CoV-2 an infection.” The authors recommend molecular mimicry as a motive for the huge autoimmune phenomena that happen in late-stage Covid-19. The paper concludes:
“Lastly, this research as soon as extra reiterates the idea that solely vaccines based mostly on minimal immune determinants, distinctive to pathogens and absent within the human proteome, may provide the potential of protected and efficacious vaccines.”
In different phrases, vaccines have to remove the areas of the spike protein that mimic human proteins in an effort to keep away from triggering autoimmunity. Whether or not this paper offers proof that SARS-CoV-2 might have been grown in humanized mice, or designed to intentionally mimic human peptide sequences to induce autoimmunity in people, I go away to the creativeness.