On today's show, we'll dive into the ABC's of Alaskapox with Bradley Perkins, MD. Dr. Perkins is the Chief Medical Officer at Karius.
In addition, he is a former top CDC official who led the anthrax bioterrorism investigation. He was also a leading expert in the more recent monkeypox, or mpox outbreak.
A healthy 40-year-old Japanese man suddenly experienced tachycardia and lost consciousness two days after vaccination. Continued resuscitation recovered the spontaneous heartbeat; however, the patient did not regain consciousness and died nine days later.
Electrocardiography after resuscitation showed marked ST-segment depression and incomplete right bundle branch block.
Influenza antigen and polymerase chain reaction tests for SARS-CoV-2 were negative.
The increase from one serious case every three to four years to the 28 hospital admissions Dr. Patterson reports for 2021 and 2022 represents a 47-fold increase in incidence.That is similar to:
For most of this time, the main focus of Twitter censorship has, of course, been supposed "Covid-19 disinformation." By now, almost all the most influential advocates of early treatment or critics of Covid-19 vaccines on Twitter have had their accounts suspended, and most have not made it back.For more on how that came about:
The list of the permanently suspended includes such prominent voices as Robert Malone, Steve Kirsch, Daniel Horowitz, Nick Hudson, Anthony Hinton, Jessica Rose, Naomi Wolf, and, most recently, Peter McCullough.
And myriad smaller accounts have met the same fate for committing such thought crimes as suggesting that the myocarditis risk of both mRNA vaccines (Moderna and BioNTech/Pfizer) outstrips any benefit or pointing to mRNA instability and its unknown consequences for safety and efficacy.
Unbeknownst to most Americans, this has in fact occurred and their 1st Amendment rights are being vitiated, namely, by the European Union. There is a financial gun pointed at Twitter. But it is not the Biden administration, but rather the European Commission, under the leadership of Commission president Ursula von der Leyen, that has its finger on the trigger.
The law in question is the EU's Digital Services Act (DSA), which was passed by the European Parliament last July 5 amidst almost total indifference - in Europe as much as in the United States - despite its momentous and disastrous implications for freedom of speech worldwide.
The DSA gives the European Commission the power to impose fines of up to 6% of global turnover on "very large online platforms or very large online search engines" that it finds to be non-compliant with its censorship requirements. "Very large" is defined as any platform or search engine that has over 45 million users in the EU. Note that while the size criterion is limited to users in the EU, the sanction is based precisely on the company's global turnover.
The DSA has been designed to function in combination with the EU's so-called Code of Practice on Disinformation: an ostensibly voluntary code for "combatting disinformation" - aka censoring - that was originally launched in 2018 and of which Twitter, Facebook/Meta and Google/YouTube are all signatories.
But with the passage of the DSA, the Code of Practice is evidently not so "voluntary" anymore. There is no need for complex legal analyses to show that the sanction provisions in the DSA are intended as the enforcement mechanism for the Code of Practice. The European Commission has said so itself - and in a tweet no less!
In fact, the Code has never really been all that voluntary. The Commission had already made its desire to "tame" the US tech giants known previously, and it had already flexed its muscles, imposing massive fines on Google and Facebook for other alleged offenses.
- deaths due to alcohol poisoning been falling for the past two decades in Russia and rising in the US
- birth defects falling faster in Russia than the US and is now even lower than ours?
- we literally dying faster and faster and the Russians slower and slower for twenty years now'