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FDA grants vaccine emergency use authorization for children age 5-11: 'We're never going to learn about how safe this vaccine is unless we start giving it'

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"I do think it's a relatively close call - it's really going to be a question of what the prevailing conditions are but we're never going to learn about how safe this vaccine is unless we start giving it."

In the end, it wasn't really a close call at all, and no one really thought it would be. After all, government health officials in the United States, the United Kingdom, Israel, and other countries have been talking about the "urgent need" to start vaccinating children as young as five for weeks now, if not longer. But the words above, spoken by FDA advisor Dr. Eric Rubin of Harvard University, succinctly and chillingly summarized the decision of the FDA to grant emergency use approval (EUA) to Pfizer BioNTech's coronavirus "vaccine" for children between the ages of five and eleven. "We're never going to learn about how safe it is until we give it."

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Covid-19: Researcher blows the whistle on data integrity issues in Pfizer's vaccine trial

Revelations of poor practices at a contract research company helping to carry out Pfizer's pivotal covid-19 vaccine trial raise questions about data integrity and regulatory oversight. Paul D Thacker reports.
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In autumn 2020 Pfizer's chairman and chief executive, Albert Bourla, released an open letter to the billions of people around the world who were investing their hopes in a safe and effective covid-19 vaccine to end the pandemic. "As I've said before, we are operating at the speed of science," Bourla wrote, explaining to the public when they could expect a Pfizer vaccine to be authorised in the United States.1

But, for researchers who were testing Pfizer's vaccine at several sites in Texas during that autumn, speed may have come at the cost of data integrity and patient safety. A regional director who was employed at the research organisation Ventavia Research Group has told The BMJ that the company falsified data, unblinded patients, employed inadequately trained vaccinators, and was slow to follow up on adverse events reported in Pfizer's pivotal phase III trial. Staff who conducted quality control checks were overwhelmed by the volume of problems they were finding. After repeatedly notifying Ventavia of these problems, the regional director, Brook Jackson, emailed a complaint to the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Ventavia fired her later the same day. Jackson has provided The BMJ with dozens of internal company documents, photos, audio recordings, and emails.

Biohazard

New tick-borne virus Yezo discovered in Japan

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Transmission electron microscopy of YEZV particles negatively stained with 2% phosphotungstic acid.
Orthonairoviruses are tick-borne viruses in the genus Orthonairovirus, the family Nairoviridae.

They cause sometimes fatal febrile illnesses in humans and other animals.

Of 15 species within the genus, four species comprise known human pathogens: Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever virus, Nairobi sheep disease virus, Dugbe virus, and Kasokero virus.

The newly-discovered orthonairovirus, named Yezo virus (YEZV), is the causative agent of an acute febrile illness characterized by thrombocytopenia, leukopenia, and elevation of liver enzymes and ferritin.

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Hammer

Let's play whack a mole: Even your trusted GP is not averse to wielding the club of doom

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The door is flung wide open to government-backed, bullying minions sent to divide people into opposing camps: the clean and socially responsible separated from the unclean and morally reprehensible who are to be bludgeoned into submission.

Vaccination AKA gene therapy is the holy grail, the path to purity, the hope of survival in a future living with Covid-19.

"Keep others safe" these supercharged Neanderthals screech at those refusing gene therapy. "Do the right thing or suffer the consequences!" Large clubs of doom swing wildly over the heads of those friends, family and colleagues rejecting gene therapy and ducking for cover.

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Winning the war against therapeutic nihilism

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The Nihilist, Paul Merwart (1855-1902)
Dr. Peter McCullough, an internist, cardiologist and trained epidemiologist, not only sees patients every week but is the editor of two medical journals and has published hundreds of peer-reviewed papers. Prior to the pandemic, he was involved in the interface between heart disease and kidney disease — but that all changed.

McCullough is now a "hunted doctor" who's been threatened with disciplinary actions, including suspension or revocation of his medical license, by the American Board of Internal Medicine for the "dissemination of misinformation."1 He stepped forward during the COVID-19 pandemic because he saw something very wrong was going on early in 2020, and he felt compelled to do something about it.

In the video above, you can view McCullough's October 2, 2021, presentation at the 78th Annual Meeting of the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons (AAPS) held in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.2 I urge you to set aside one hour to view it in its entirety, as it's packed with data that call into question the true motivations behind the mass injection campaign, which he believes should have been shut down in January.

Attention

Covid vaccinations 'not sufficient' in preventing Delta variant spread, almost equal to unvaccinated - UK study

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A new study has found that though Covid-19 vaccinations lower the chance of hospitalization and death in the case of infections, those inoculated can spread the Delta variant as easily as those not.

Researchers looked at over 600 people in the UK over the course of a year for the study, done by Imperial College London and the UK Health Security Agency (HSA) and published this week in The Lancet Infectious Diseases journal.

"Although vaccines remain highly effective at preventing severe disease and deaths from COVID-19, our findings suggest that vaccination is not sufficient to prevent transmission of the Delta variant in household settings with prolonged exposures," the study declares.

In their analysis of "densely sampled household contacts exposed to the Delta variant," researchers found 38% of those unvaccinated got Covid, while 25% of those vaccinated got it.

Comment: Question still remains, people aren't tested for variants, just whether they had covid or not. So how were they able to determine which variant is being spread? See also:


Syringe

FDA's own committee meeting to discuss EUA for Pfizer shots to 5-11 year olds proves there's NO case for jabbing kids

Figures and statements from the recent FDA advisory board meeting totally destroy any argument for jabbing kids.
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Findings from an FDA meeting are being used to raise alarms about the level of risk Covid poses for children, in order to push for the authorisation of the Pfizer vaccine for kids under eleven.

The real story of the statistics is that children face almost no danger from "Covid", and the experts at the meeting themselves admit the vaccines have unknown side effects, especially in the long term.

On October 26th, the Vaccines and Related Biological Products Advisory Committee held a meeting to vote on allowing Emergency Use Authorisation (EUA) of Pfizer's Covid "vaccine" for children aged 5-11.

Getting approved by the VRBPAC is a key step on the way to the FDA issuing an EUA, and with the vote passing the Pfizer vaccine is expected to be approved for use on children in November.

The entire meeting was live-streamed, and you can watch the whole eight hours of it below, if you really feel the need:


Radar

How foodborne diseases protect the gut's nervous system

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Macrophages (green) surrounding enteric neurons (red).
A simple stomach bug could do a lot of damage. There are 100 million neurons scattered along the gastrointestinal tract — directly in the line of fire — that can be stamped out by gut infections, potentially leading to long-term GI disease.

But there may be an upside to enteric infection. A new study finds that mice infected with bacteria or parasites develop a unique form of tolerance quite unlike the textbook immune response. The research, published in Cell, describes how gut macrophages respond to prior insult by shielding enteric neurons, preventing them from dying off when future pathogens strike. These findings may ultimately have clinical implications for conditions such as irritable bowel syndrome, which have been linked to the runaway death of intestinal neurons.

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Cookie

Study shows homes near wind turbines need airtight shut windows

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Welcome to your prison comrade


A new Taiwanese study investigated wind farm noise on people in homes made of sandstone, concrete, iron or bricks. And they measured the low frequency noise inside and out, and with windows open and closed. Given the health risks involved, they advised that governments ought to set limits on how close towers can be, and recommend airtight windows that nobody opens much.

Perhaps someone should have done more studies like this before the world installed 750GW of wind power?

The same people that panic about the effect of a hot weekend on your grandchildren a hundred years from now, don't seem so worried about whether the wind towers destroy your sleep or put you at risk of heart attacks today.

Thanks to MasterResource.
From the introduction of a new paper in Taiwan on the effects of wind turbine noise on people:

LFN [Low Frequency Noise] exposure has been found to cause a variety of health conditions. Exposure to LFN from wind turbines results in headaches, difficulty concentrating, irritability, fatigue, dizziness, tinnitus, aural pain sleep disturbances, and annoyance. Clinically, exposure to LFN from wind turbines may cause increased risk of epilepsy, cardiovascular effects, and coronary artery disease.

It was also found that exposure to noise (including LFN) may have an impact on heart rate variability (HRV).
HRV — The variability of our heartbeats — is a sign of how healthy we are, and how relaxed we feel. To brutally oversimplify — stressed people have a more robotic predictable pattern, but relaxed people's hearts beat with more flexibility. Slower heart rates usually have more variation. It's a vast topic. HRV predicts mortality after heart attacks. It's even been connected with concentration and decision making ability, depression and anxiety.

Attention

92 research studies affirm that naturally acquired immunity is equal to or superior to existing vaccines

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We should not force COVID vaccines on anyone when the evidence shows that naturally acquired immunity is equal to or more robust and superior to existing vaccines. Instead, we should respect the right of the bodily integrity of individuals to decide for themselves.

Public health officials and the medical establishment with the help of the politicized media are misleading the public with assertions that the COVID-19 shots provide greater protection than natural immunity. CDC Director Rochelle Walensky, for example, was deceptive in her October 2020 published LANCET statement that "there is no evidence for lasting protective immunity to SARS-CoV-2 following natural infection" and that "the consequence of waning immunity would present a risk to vulnerable populations for the indefinite future."

Immunology and virology 101 have taught us over a century that natural immunity confers protection against a respiratory virus's outer coat proteins, and not just one, e.g. the SARS-CoV-2 spike glycoprotein. There is even strong evidence for the persistence of antibodies. Even the CDC recognizes natural immunity for chicken-pox and measles, mumps, and rubella, but not for COVID-19.